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Name: Craig Kravetz
Preferred Position: Sail Trim and foredeck
Sailing Experience: I've been Racing & Cruising for the past 20 or so years. Much of my experience has been in the Long Island sound, with several blue water cruises in the Caribbean, Pacific northwest, etc. I have an ASA 104 certification. On-board I'm competent at most disciplines (navigation, sail handling, itinerary planning, mechanical, cooking, etc.). As a skipper, I'm pretty cool and calm, no yelling or snarking; and I help teach whatever I know. If I'm handling the sails, I work well with the skipper or captain.
Posted: 2018-09-17 at 21:26:43
Name: Terra Berlinski
Preferred Position: Bow, bow support, mast, pit, sewer
Sailing Experience: An active racer on dinghy, keel and tall ships. Most recently won 1st place at Thistle Nationals. I have been part of a team that placed at Block Island Race Week on a J111, Log Island Race Week on a J105, SanDiego to Ensenada on a Flying Tiger, St Petersburg to Isla Mujeres on a Tayana 55, Bacardi Cup on a VX1 and more. Currently located in New England area. 120lbs of positive attitude. Also available as delivery crew and shore support.
Posted: 2018-08-13 at 18:05:40
Name: Katie Barlow
Preferred Position: Anything
Sailing Experience: Active C420 racer (skipper and crew), have also raced J105’s. I’m a 15 year old girl with 7 years dinghy sailing experience. I’m an instructor in training at Nantucket Community Sailing (mornings) and race 420s every afternoon, with off-island weekend regattas. I’d love and appreciate any OHC experience!
Posted: 2018-08-09 at 22:18:01
Name: Dale Wolfield
Preferred Position: Trim,bow,pit,mast,spin
Sailing Experience: S&S 48, bene first 51, bene 36.7, j88, J105, 130lbs, safety at sea cert. Able to work any spot needed on board. Avail. For Newport classics as well. One design/distance racing Amiable and on time
Posted: 2018-08-05 at 17:09:48
Name: Langdon Allen
Preferred Position: Main trim or anywhere
Sailing Experience: Experienced and active racer, 4 Marion-Bermuda races, 3 as skipper, formerly owned and raced C&C 40, crewed on several Figawi races, experienced delivery captain.
Posted: 2018-08-05 at 09:20:29
Name: Bob Chapin
Preferred Position: anything
Sailing Experience: Grew up racing small boats in the Southeast. Currently daysail a catboat and volunteer on 60' schooner Brilliant. Am energetic and gung-ho, and would love to help you win.
Posted: 2018-07-25 at 11:04:08
Name: Philip Brown (Australian)
Preferred Position: anywhere on the boat
Sailing Experience: I am a keen classic boat sailor from Sydney (Aust.) and will be sailing in various Northern Hemisphere Panerai Classic Regattas this summer, including Cowes Classic Week (IOW) in July and Corinthian at Marblehead just before the Opera House. For the past 23 years I have campaigned my 38ft classic yacht Anitra V (1956) which is kept in Sydney Harbour and which we race in a classic fleet on Sydney Harbour but also sail her in the ocean around the east coast including down to Tasmania and out to Lord Howe Island. I have been sailing since a small boy, starting as a dinghy for'ard hand aged 10, and have experienced a variety of boats and sailed in many parts of the globe including on square riggers (trans Atlantic, trans Tasman), Gaffers, classic ocean racing yachts and one design racing boats (8 Metre, 6 Metre and Dragons). This year I competed in the Trillian Trust Classic Regatta in Auckland crewing on the 1890's Logan gaff cutters, and the Prince Philip Cup in Victoria (Dragon National Championships). Last Year I sailed a 6 Metre (1934 Fife) in the Cowes Classsic Week and attended the 8 Metre Worlds Championship at Hanko, Norway. I would very much appreciate being able to join the crew of one of your classic boats for the Opera House Regatta. I am an active member of the Classic Yacht Association of Australia, the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club and the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron. Yours sincerely Philip Brown
Posted: 2018-05-28 at 07:43:34