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30-40 Boat Required for World Sailing Adventures.

Started Mar 22, 2015 0 Replies

Matthew 7:7"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you"Well, if we don't ask we can't receive.I would LOVE to have a 60- 80' topsail Gaff…Continue

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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Fleur de Lys, Newfoundland Canada (East Coast) Atlantic Ocean
About Me:
Some times I don't know what to write for I can put soon much.

Current status:
Living in Northern Canada and waiting for the 20th snowstorm to blow through. So I have been thinking about this being my last winter to live in full time (For a bit) and to start a sailing adventure.

Ex Navy 10 years (Canada 6, Australia 4)
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Electronic Tech tradesman, yet Jack of Trades in many.
Down to earth, simple life
Love nature and the ideas around sustainability, and alternative energies
Current location:
Between Fleur de Lys, and St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Destinations visited:
Across all of Canad, most of Australia, some of the USA, Puerto Rico, Bahama, Kong Kong, Norway, Baku,
Looking to:
I really want to be sailing. To make my way around the world. Be it with another boat and crew or to find a boat and crew it up for an adventure of a life time.

Being that I'm single, and I know that it's a great life at sea for singles. I would like to find a lady friend with whom I can sail with.

Seeing the world is great, but helping others while traveling is one of the best things anyone can do.

My long term plan is to get a 60-80 schooner that will be used for paid charters and for charitable deliveries of donated item.


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High Sea Barter

Posted on March 16, 2015 at 11:00am 2 Comments

I have been wanting to get back to the sea for a few years now. But life circumstances has not allow this to happen. Now that I have a little FREEDOM, I can't afford to get my 80 schooner (Dream) or even my 30-40' sailboat for sailing the world. 

Being Jack-of-Trades guy, I know that I can work and survive, yet in most places (countries) I'm told that you can not work…

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