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  1. The aardvark's brother and sil are now seriously looking for their next keeler. Specification wish list includes: approx 30-32ft. They are moving up from a Raven 26, so Lotus 9.2 or similar is their mark, could go a bit bigger. Probably not a Townson or Stewart. Cruising focus walk-on - do-ups are not in the mix, but regular maintenance is expected accommodation for 4 plus, separate head with handbasin fridge and reasonable galley configuration. Pressure water preferred, hot and cold would be great but not essential single handed operation - the sil is not
  2. Experienced skipper looking for one or two reasonably fit and mature crew members. (eg : no gung-ho people) Depart Tauranga NZ sometime in May 2019, bound for South Queensland, clearing customs in Brisbane. Cruising up the Great Barrier Reef, visiting many places, returning to Gold Coast City or possibly back to New Zealand around November '19. This is not a race, but a cruise, so you need to have plenty time on your hands. *I don't accept Crew who just want to cross The Tasman.* Preferably you have some overnight sailing experience at sea, If not, tuition will be given in most facets o
  3. Wanted: a person(or a couple) to join our experienced crew for the passage from Auckland to Rarotonga leaving mid May 2018. And another (or the same) person to join us for the 6-10 week loop through the northern Cooks to follow. See https://nzmargarita.wordpress.com/ for more details. Preference given to those with mulithull and offshore experience. Please rely to the address/phone below. Bruce Idoine 021 289 5098 bruce.idoine@gmail.com
  4. If anyone is interested I have started a sailing blog . We have a Catalina 7 trailer sailer and have just started out, as you will see I am pretty new to sailing but keen to get out and have some fun. Please feel free to comment and offer any helpful tips, I'm learning as I go and I'm not scared to share my mistakes. When I was reading up on sailing I couldn't find enough of this type of thing so hopefully others find it interesting and possibly useful. The site puts the newest blog at the top which is annoying if you want to read in chronological order, so If you want to start from th
  5. With it being Easter, some of you must be out around the gulf. Myself and a few mates are out tomorrow (Saturday) in Euphoria for a blast around, does anyone fancy meeting up for a lunch somewhere? We're planning to leave northcote around 1030. Will go wherever the mood takes us. If you're headin' out, leave a note on here. Aaron.
  6. Hi. Seeking crew for a 50 ft catamaran sailing from Grenada ( early Feb) towards Puerto Rico ( etc late June) . Can be for a week or two or whole voyage. Easy cruis'n with stops along the way, to smell the coffee. Younger crew seeking experience considered to. PM for more info. Chris
  7. Anyone cruised around Belize / Panama? Looking at a bareboat charter over Xmas time to get away from the Canadian winter... Would be great to hear of any experiences/thoughts/ideas for this area
  8. 'Tamara' -design & built by Denis Brown in the 1990's. Draft -4'7" Beam -just under 9' Head room -6' Double bunk in forward cabin, 2 quarter berths in main cabin. Constructed -Kaihikitea using the West System. The hull and superstructure all covered with fiberglass. Tamara, often admired, is ocean capable and has been at least once to the United States. She has a very easy sea action and does not 'slam'. She is well balanced and has good windward ability. She has a wind vane steering system that really works. The cockpit is very comfortable. Powered by a Saab ten horse power marine d
  9. Hi all, Day or overnight trips out of Westhaven at weekends. Cruising, not racing. I'm looking for one or two crew members. I have my boat master and VHS certificates and have done Penny Whitings course. I have had Zinkwazi for 10 years and have have done many miles coastal cruising on her but mainly in a crew role. Some experience would be good. If you are interested email me - m_chrystall@hotmail.com or txt 0212408639 Maureen
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