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David Sheriff
Board Administrator
Username: admin

Post Number: 136
Registered: 01-2004
Posted on Friday, July 18, 2008 - 04:15 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

This is only a testD & J Avalon 802
 

Ted Lavino
Senior Member
Username: Tlavino

Post Number: 440
Registered: 01-2004
Posted on Friday, October 20, 2006 - 08:28 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Greetings folks, my friend and Club Nautique Master Instructore has a couple of crew opportunities available with him. If you're looking for some coastal passage experience or experience with larger vessels this would be a great opportunity. Arnstein is Club Nautique's top instructor and I guarantee a wealth of training opportunities on these trips.

Crew Needed for Seattle & La Paz Passages
Posted by: "Arnstein Mustad" amustad@yahoo.com amustad
Thu Oct 19, 2006 6:48 am (PST)
SF to Seattle
Tayana 52, total of 3 crew
Shoving off on or about Nov. 1st (one position open),
Passage length about 6-7 days
1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear (as per skipper's
recommendations)
2) Skipper pays airfare & ground travel
3) Skipper pays for on-board provisioning
5) Shore side meals at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not
assume best case scenario

La Paz, Mex to San Francisco (stand-by crew positions open)
Tayana 48, total of 3 crew
Depart end of November
Passage length about 16 days
1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear (as per skipper's
recommendations)
2) Skipper pays airfare to La Paz & ground transpo
3) Skipper pays for on-board provisioning
5) Shore side meals at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not
assume best case scenario

* Please DO NOT underestimate sea sickness. I'd much rather have
crew that have had experience with sea sickness and know their
limitations. There are two types of people; get sick and stay sick
and get sick and get back up. Which are you?

* All vessel's I submit for crew availability are or will be properly
outfitted for ocean passages.

* I am a licensed and experienced skipper and would be happy to
provide my sailing resume and references to you upon request.
Insurance is provided by the owner's policy, which allows for
professional skipper delivery.

Arnstein Mustad
amustad@yahoo.com
 

Ted Lavino
Senior Member
Username: Tlavino

Post Number: 417
Registered: 01-2004
Posted on Friday, May 12, 2006 - 09:20 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Greetings Folks, from my good friend Arnstein Mustad:

Ahoy thar matey,

Please let me know if you're interested in any of the passages below. Please don't commit to anything unless you're 100% sure you can afford the time, etc.

SF to Oahu, Depart May 15th (Positions filled)
Jeanneau 40, total of 3 crew
Passage length less than 3-weeks
1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear (as per skipper's recommendations)
2) Crew pays airfare (ground travel paid)
3) Skipper pays 1/2 share for on-board provisioning
5) Shore side meals at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not assume best case scenario

SF to Oahu, Depart June 12th to 15th (2 positions open)
Hunter 36, total of 3 crew
Passage length about 3-weeks
1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear (as per skipper's recommendations)
2) Crew pays airfare (ground travel paid)
3) Skipper pays 1/2 share for on-board provisioning
5) Shore side meals at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not assume best case scenario

Oahu to SF, Travel July 22nd (standby crew only)
Schumacher IMS 39, total of 4 crew
Depart on or about 7/28, passage length about 3-weeks
1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear (as per skipper's recommendations)
2) Crew pays airfare (ground travel paid)
3) Skipper pays 1/2 share for on-board provisioning
5) Shore side meals at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not assume best case scenario

San Francisco to Oahu, Depart TBD (2 positions open)
Cape Dory 28, total of 2 or 3 crew
Depart August, passage length about 3-weeks
1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear (as per skipper's recommendations)
2) Crew pays airfare (ground tranpo paid)
3) Skipper pays 1/2 share for on-board provisioning
5) Shore side meals at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not assume best case scenario

* Please DO NOT underestimate sea sickness. I'd much rather have crew that have had experience with sea sickness and know their limitations. There are two types of people; get sick and stay sick and get sick and get back up. Which are you?

* All vessel's I submit for crew availability are or will be properly outfitted for ocean passages.

* I am a licensed and experienced skipper and would be happy to provide my sailing resume and references to you upon request. Insurance is provided by the owner's policy, which allows for professional skipper delivery.

PS I may not respond until early June. If you're interested in the June passage, please provide your phone number(s) via email so that I may contact you as soon as I arrive. Also, you may leave a message on my cell phone 510-325-9892.


Be jolly,
Arnstein Mustad
100T USCG Master Near Coastal, Yachtmaster Ocean, STCW-95,
US Sailing Passage Making Instructor and USCG License Instructor
Delivery Captain, Club Nautique, Maritime Institute
Tayana 48, s/v Jolly Tar
Founder of "San Francisco Sailing Yahoo Group" (est. 1999)
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sanfranciscosailing/
 

Ted Lavino
Senior Member
Username: Tlavino

Post Number: 376
Registered: 01-2004
Posted on Thursday, March 30, 2006 - 08:17 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Greetings folks, another opportunity with my good friend Arnstein. He's one of the top instructors at Club Nautique in San Francisco, and is VERY sharp. You will gain an enormous wealth of knowledge on any of his deliveries...

Ted

Hello, there's been a change to the planned delivery between SD and SF. The plan now is to delivery a boat from Cabo San Lucas to SF. This is a longer passage and the details have changed. ARRANGING CREW NOW.

DELIVERY CHANGED: Cabo San Lucas to San Francisco, April 16th Travel

Schumacher IMS 39, total of 4 crew (need two)
Depart on or about 4/18, passage length about 17 to 20 days with several port visits.

1) Crew will be expected to bring personal gear as per skipper's recommendations
2) Owner pays airfare
3) Skipper pays for on board provisioning, slip fees, fuel, etc.
5) Shore side meals and entertainment at crew's expense
6) WX and mechanical delays are always an uncertainty, please to not assume best case scenario

* Please DO NOT underestimate sea sickness. I'd much rather have crew that have had experience with sea sickness and know their limitations. There are two types of people: get sick and stay sick and get sick and get back up. Which are you?

* All vessel's I submit for crew availability are or will be properly outfitted for ocean passages.

* I am a licensed and experienced skipper and would be happy to provide my sailing resume and references to you upon request. Insurance is provided by the owner's policy, which allows for professional skipper delivery.


Be jolly,
Arnstein Mustad
Yachtmaster Ocean, USCG Master, STCW-95 &
US Sailing Passage Making Instructor
Tayana 48, s/v Jolly Tar
Founder of "San Francisco Sailing Yahoo Group" (est. 1999), click here
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sanfranciscosailing/
 

Ted Lavino
Senior Member
Username: Tlavino

Post Number: 274
Registered: 01-2004
Posted on Friday, December 09, 2005 - 08:33 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Greetings Folks, this from my good friend and fellow US Sailing CPM graduate. Arnstein is currently the top instructor at Club Nautique in San Francico Bay. I guarantee you will get a lot out of this-he is VERY sharp!

> Ahoy! I may have two deliveries this month from So Cal to Alameda and
> need crew for each. The vessels are 46' Spindrift and 45'
> Hunter.
>
> Transpo and on-board provisions are provided. Each trip should take
> about 5 to 6 days (WX permitting) and will include at least a couple
> of stops along the coast.
>
> Details and logistics will be provided soon.
>
> Email me if you're interested: amustad@yahoo.com
>
> Be jolly,
> Arnstein Mustad
 

Susie Campbell
Senior Member
Username: Susie

Post Number: 134
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2005 - 11:04 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Women Racers;

Campbell's Sloop will be participating in the Thirsty Thursday races. We meet on the Sloop at 5:15 and leave the slip at 5:30. This is a great opportunity for you to practice those sailing skills you've been learning in class. If interested, e-mail me at sailorsusie@cox.net and I'll put you on the list.

Manana is a Catalina 36 skippered by Carol and Dixe. They will also be participating in this race and would be happy have you along. Let's fill up both these boats this summmr and have some fun on the water!
 

Benedikt Kayhan
Member
Username: Ben_kayhan

Post Number: 9
Registered: 01-2005
Posted on Thursday, March 03, 2005 - 02:16 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

wow susie, youre a real morning person...i have to fight myself to wake up at 8:30 let alone be somewhere then!

if you post a night before you wanna go sailing, fueling or whatever, id most likely be able to go (if i dont have plans to go to my office, which i dont most of the time). just fyi if your dying to take a person with you!


always a phone call away to help someone!
(916)212-5196
Ben
 

Susie Campbell
Senior Member
Username: Susie

Post Number: 125
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Thursday, March 03, 2005 - 07:02 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Thursday Morning:

Anybody interested in helping me take the Sloop to the fuel dock this morning? I'm leaving the slip at 8:30. I'll buy you a cup of coffee!!!!

LM Dock
East/Cove side
8744819
 

Susie Campbell
Senior Member
Username: Susie

Post Number: 119
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Monday, February 14, 2005 - 04:41 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Ben,Bob and Evan;

Trip back from Ensenada dates are:
Sat. April 23- 29th

Mark your calendar!
 

John Fellner
Member
Username: John_fellner

Post Number: 8
Registered: 07-2004
Posted on Monday, February 14, 2005 - 02:18 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Ben
Are planning on going on the Catalina trip? If so I will get you on list of what you will be responsible for.
John
 

Susie Campbell
Senior Member
Username: Susie

Post Number: 117
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Monday, February 14, 2005 - 12:08 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

I'll let you know just how much you suck, after our Feb. trip...how's that? If you suck too much we'll just keep working hard, until you don't suck. Can you cook and clean?
 

Benedikt Kayhan
Junior Member
Username: Ben_kayhan

Post Number: 5
Registered: 01-2005
Posted on Monday, February 14, 2005 - 11:28 am:   Edit Post Print Post

hey! i might be able to go if you dont think i suck too much, but what day is it. if you dont think its a good idea because lack of experience, its no problem.

-Ben
 

BOB BRUNSON
Intermediate Member
Username: Bob_brunson

Post Number: 17
Registered: 01-2005
Posted on Saturday, February 12, 2005 - 09:07 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Hi all,
I'm ready to crew 24 hrs a day rain,snow, sleet.

Retired pilot loves the wind

Bob Brunson e-mail=fly-1sail-2 at cox.net
 

Susie Campbell
Senior Member
Username: Susie

Post Number: 113
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Thursday, February 10, 2005 - 07:32 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Saddleback MST Sailors!

I'll be doing the Ensenada race again this year on my Catalina 34 and then plan to take my time coming home. This is my plan. I'll stay in Ensenada with the girls on my team Sat.and Sun. night. On Monday I'm hoping to get a slip at the Hotel Coral (that's in Ensenada but different marina). Tuesday, I'd like to sail to San Diego and spend at least 2 days there, exploring the area and then sail home on Friday or Sat. Don (my husband) can bring you down to Ensenada Sat. morning with him. If interested, send me an e-mail.

sailorsusie@cox.net
 

EvanDCarroll (Unregistered Guest)
Unregistered guest
Posted on Saturday, July 31, 2004 - 09:46 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Hi there all, I'm a former Saddleback MST student looking to expand my experience sailing the open waters. Allow me to contribute what I know, keep watch, navigate, photograph/video, et cetera ad nauseum;) I live in Big Bear right now, but I can make it to Dana Point anytime. Best regards, Evan

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