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Sailor, Crew, Cruiser


Dublin, CA
Hometown: Dublin

Member since:

June 20, 2009

How would you describe your sailing experience? At the end of your description include a title for yourself (look at other profiles, or the about page for ideas)

Almost all my experience has been in the bay, but I've been out a lot. I have my basic keelboat 1&2 certifications. I have to admit that while I do want to learn more, I want it to come naturally - in other words, I'm really more interested in being crew than skipper. I just like being out there.

What type boats have you sailed on - or dream of sailing on? What sort of sailing do you do? Cruising, racing, beercans, YRA . . . Transpac??

I've mostly been on boats in the 27-42 ft range. Never been on a really small boat. Mostly cruising. What I really want to do is go on a sailing trip - the Greek Isles, the Caribbean, or the South Pacific. Ideally, I'd like to combine that with scuba diving, or at least some land excursions.

If you are a private boat owner -- please describe your vessel in as much detail as you can.


Do you have any US sailing or ASA certificates? Do you bareboat charter?

Basic Keelboat 1 & 2. Don't remember any of my knots, but I picked up my man-overboard on the first pass!

Are you disabled or have limited mobility? You'll be welcomed, but it's very important for skippers to know ahead of time to keep everyone safe while sailing (you included).

No. An old knee injury means I'm probably not the best person to do dock lines but other than that, no issues.


Because I love being in, on, or near water. Would also like to hone/learn my sailing skills in a fun environment.

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I've never had a bad time with anyone on this group. I mean, c'mon, there's wind, there's water...

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