Crewing Events Autumn 2019

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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.

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Crewing Posts Autumn 2018

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 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!

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Singles Sailing Charters in the Grenadines

Singles Sailing Charters in the Grenadines

Sanctuary Yacht Charters September for Singles Sailing Charters

Singles Welcome! Take the wheel of our Island Spirit 37 Catamaran as we enjoy the moderate trade winds during September and travel from St. Vincent and the Grenadines to Grenada. Currently offering weekly or longer charters on a per cabin—single or double occupancy—basis, for as low as $135US/person/night.  Here is your chance to sail a four-cabin/two head catamaran, with all the modern conveniences you would expect of a luxury catamaran, at a fraction of the private charter cost.  So why not hang out with like-minded singles on an exciting singles sailing charters adventure in the Caribbean.

Sanctuary is an experienced singles sailing charters yacht that will introduce you to the beautiful Tobago Cays, Mayreau, Mustique, Bequia and other romantic Caribbean islands in water so blue you can’t wait to jump in and snorkel with the turtles and tropical fish!  Let us know which one of the two-week sections between September 12-29, 2014 you would be interested in.  Depending on your feedback regarding flight schedules, we can pick up and drop off out of St. Vincent the first week and/or South Grenada later in the month.

Want more offshore sailing? Then meet us in Dominica in early September and sail the channels to Martinique, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. Or come along for the return trip in early October from St. Vincent to St. Lucia to Martinique to Dominica…or any part thereof!

If you would like more information about these singles sailing charters then visit Ocean Breeze Tours.  Alternatively, you can email Captain Mark or telephone him on 767 295 1323 in Dominica.


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Sailing tips for single sailors to ensure a smooth voyage!

A light-hearted look at sailing tips to snag your dream sailor

Sailors are renowned for being free-spirited, exciting and adventurous people – all those qualities that make for a great relationship.  But if you’re a newbie sailor you’ll need a few sailing tips to understand those nautical terms and etiquette, just to make sure it’s pretty much plain sailing.  Let’s be honest you’ll be much happier knowing that port is the left of the boat – rather than the place you wish you’d never left!

One of the first sailing tips for dating a sailor is communication.  If you’re looking to sail off into the clear blue yonder with the potential person of your dreams you need to be able to communicate in a vertical position – as well as a horizontal position!

You don’t need to be expert but at least learn some basic sailing tips and add words like “tacking” and “gybing” to your vocabulary – even better if you know what they mean!   And learn what the boom is – and not just for the sound it makes when it hits your head on its way across the boat!

Sailing tip two.  If you fancy sipping champagne, lounging around on the deck while cruising around Caribbean, that’s all well and good.  But you have to remember it’s not all idyllic calm in those waters.  If you think all you need is a string bikini, floppy hat, designer sunglasses and Factor 30 – then think again. Those winds can change in an instant – so be prepared with the appropriate waterproof clothing for your trip – and leave the hairdryer at home!

Sailing tips regarding the vagaries of the on-board toilet are a must!  Always important after the copious glasses of champagne or whatever  your particular tipple is.  Don’t be embarrassed about asking how it works, especially if it uses a manual pump.  You must know when to wet pump and when to dry pump – it will be far less embarrassing in the long run I can assure you!

And of course one of the final sailing tips for singles is where to meet that wonderful sun-kissed sailor.  You can of course go for the local option at your sailing or yacht club.  But for the more adventurous and definitely for more choice, you can log onto Lovesail  and meet your dream sailor.  Check out Love on the High Seas.  See….. it does work!

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