Crewing Opportunities January 2020. Here are some of the crewing opportunities that have been posted on the site from the Lovesail members. If you would like to find out more about a particular post just log into your Lovesail account and click on the Crewing Section tab. If you haven’t heard of Lovesail then come and take a look. We are a friendly sailing community of single sailing friends meeting up for sailing dates and events. Continue reading
Here are just some of the crewing opportunities winter 2019 that have been posted by the Lovesail members recently. If you would like more details then just log into your Lovesail account and click on the Sailing and Crewing Events page. If you are not a member of Lovesail yet then come and take a look at our friendly sailing community. Continue reading
Here a just a few of the Crewing Events posted by some of the Lovesail members for the Autumn. If you are looking to crew just login to your Lovesail account and click on the Sailing and Crewing Events section at the top. If you are not a member of Lovesail then join our friendly sailing community for dating, companionship and crewing opportunities.
Member Crewing Events in July 2019
Here are a few of the crewing posts that have been posted by the Lovesail members. Click on the title to view crewing events in July 2019 or visit the crewing section of the site for more details and other posts. If you are not a member of Lovesail yet then why not join and have a look around.
Crewing Events May 2019
There has been a bit of a flurry of new crewing events and opportunities posted over the last week, so here is a run down of just a few crewing events may 2019 the Lovesail members have added. For more opportunities then log into your Lovesail account and visit the crewing section:
Here a just a few of the crewing events that have been posted on the Lovesail crewing section. To find out more details of these and other events then log into your account and click on the Crewing and Sailing Events section. If you are not a member of Lovesail then do come and have a look at our friendly sailing community. Continue reading
Crewing Events Spring 2019 – From Lovesail Members
Here are a few of the crewing events that have been posted on Lovesail. To view these and more log into your account and go to the Crewing and Sailing Events section. If you are not a member you can still view these events by visiting our home page and clicking on the link at the top of the page.
Winter Crewing Posts 2018
Here are a few of the winter crewing posts 2018 that have been submitted by the Lovesail members. To find out more about an individual crewing post just log into your Lovesail account and click on the crewing section. If you are not a member yet, come and have a look at our friendly sailing community.
Crewing Posts Autumn 2018
Here are just some of the crewing posts that Lovesail members have posted, crewing posts Autumn 2018 If you are interested in the post just log into your Lovesail account and visit the Crewing Groups Section. If you are not a member of Lovesail yet then why not take a look.
Sailing South – Maine to Bahamas
LeComte Fastnet 45′ yawl well outfitted for offshore sailing. Have 7,500+ miles experience. Looking 1 or 2 crew for passage(s). Likely sail from Maine to Beaufort, NC and then from Beaufort to Bahamas. Must be OK with cat as she is my First Mate.
Portugal-Madeira- GC – possible circumnavigation
Looking for crew member for my circumnavigation . Since I am seeking on lovesail.com-preferable female crew. You would like to / love to sail on my beautiful HR 38. But its important to feel good so why don’t try a shorter leg first. Leaving Algarve coast in Portugal about 18 October heading for Madeira. Send me a message and we can chat more about it. Skipper/owner is from Norway
Colombia and the San Blas Panama
I am currently looking for crew to sails from the Colon, Panama to Cartagena, Colombia, the San Blas Island in Panama and onward to the Bocas de Toro in Panama. Looking at leaving towards the end of October, 2018. Expected duration about 6 to 8 weeks. Possible option to continue sailing further north up to Belize and other points north.
Columbia River 1-5 day outings
Make new friends with other sailors in this area. Play in gentle waters around Portland/Vancouver and short trips out of Astoria.
San Diego to the Sea of Cortez
I own a beautiful Hunter 49, fully equipped sailing yacht (generator, sat phone, water maker, washer and dryer, etc). I am looking for crew members for a three month sail from San Diego to the Sea of Cortez mid October, 2018. I have dive tanks and two sets of scuba gear on board (large and medium size). Sailing experience is not a requirement but a plus. Ports of call: San Diego, Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Loreto and Rocky Point. I’m looking forward to hear from you.
Alaska Inside Passage
I am wanting to sail the inside passage anywhere in there for several years over the spring, summer and autumn months. I have a 5 year visa for USA but live in Tasmania Australia. If you would love to have me on board as cook and handy person, general duties but good at fixing, mending and relaxation massage, photography and art of all kinds, please give me a cooeeeee! I woild love to return the pleasure to sail around Tasmania with you and /or land drive you to all important amazing places. Teach you to say, Goodah Mate! Aussie Aussie Aussie!
Picture Credit: SailorVolante
Greenland Crewing Post – September 2018
One of the Lovesail members “Sgiud” is a true sailing traveller. He has just added a greenland crewing post to his profile and is looking for crew for a trip to the East Coast of Greenland. If you are interested in this then log into your Lovesail account and visit either the Crewing Group section or Sguid’s profile for more details. If you are not a member of Lovesail then do come and take a look at our friendly community. We are a global dating and social networking site for sailing enthusiasts.
East Groenland Coast Exploration Sailing – Kangerdlussuak Area
The Green Land, as described by the Icelandic Vikings who reached the SW Coast around 1000 AC, is only fertile in this area.
The East Coast we will explore is instead mostly covered by Ice, and the Icecap and its Glaciers reach the shore in between huge and deep fjords.
The pack ice allows the ships to reach the shore only few months per year, making this part of the country one of the most remote area of the planet.
In July, we will leave Isafjordur and check if the drifting pack ice has cleared the way to the Blosseville coast, only 200 Nm away from Iceland.
If not, we will spend few days exploring the Vestfirdir area, and the Hornstrandir Peninsula, under the clear arctic summer and its permanent daylight.
In August, the days will be shortened by some night, but the pack and the fasten ice will have well moved away and it will be easier to sail into the fjords.
Leaving from Ammassalik, we will stay three weeks deepening our knowledge of the area, exploring furthermore the hidden gems of the fjords, going north as far as we can.
Then we will return to Reykjavik, leaving this iced and pure universe to its original condition.
We will live two to three weeks in complete autonomy, enjoying the fabulous lanscapes, the drifting icebergs, surrounded by whales, seals.
We will use our dingies to reach the shore, the more experienced will take the folding kayaks to approach smoothly the animals, and sail towards another fjord, leaving the iced peaks of the coast behing us in a goldy mirage.
This is a place of total wilderness, kingdom of walruses, polar bear and many species or marine mammals, feeding into the rich waters, before the long winter.
There are no harbours, no roads, no villages, and we will experience the intimate feeling of being “into the wild”.