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    • 38ft Dudley Dix Pilot House
    • United States
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Cruising in Maine from mid August to early-mid September.

I'm looking for crew to share the magic of the Maine coast from mid-August to early to mid September. Exact dates are negotiable. As of this writing I'm in Penobscot Bay, but I anticipate to be in or near Bar Harbor in mid August. My hope is that we meet near Bar Harbor and then explore the Maine coast up to Canadian border. If the border will be open by then, it would be great to sail to the Grand Manan Island or go further into Canada. Otherwise, we would sail east to west along the Maine coast, anchoring or mooring in various islands and small towns along the way. I hope to be back in Kittery Point, Maine around the middle of September, but my schedule is relatively flexible. We would split the cost of food and fuel. The boat has everything else and is more than well prepared for coastal Maine.

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  • Crew positionCompetent Crew

  • Availability 15 Aug 2020 until 15 Sep 2020

  • Expenses to/from vesselPaid by crew

  • Expenses onboardContribution on a shared basis

  • Team / SoloNot important

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  • TypeSailing Yacht

  • Make/modelDudley Dix Pilot House

  • Length38 feet

  • Berth3

  • Sailing from United States , Bar Harbor, Maine

  • Sailing to Local sailing , Kittery Point, Maine

  • Language spoke aboardEnglish

  • Boat descriptionThis an 2007 expedition-grade steel sailboat, built in Cape Town, SA and has done a number of trips in the high latitudes -- including the Drake passage (Cape Horn), several passages to Antarctica and has recently returned from a trip to South Georgia Island. I bought the boat in June of 2020 and currently I'm cruising in Maine. She was heavily refit from 2017-2019. She's equipped with: * Beta Marine 38HP engine with ~1000 hours (2018) * B&G Radar (2017) * B&G Autopilot controller with Type 2 Raymarine linear drive (2017) * B&G Vulcan 7 Chartplotter (2019) * Vesper AIS (2017) * Sails: 130% Genoa, staysail, mainsail (3-reefs), Code Zero, asymmetrical spinnaker. ( * Carries: 165 gallons of diesel fuel (with daytank and fuel polishing system) and 100 gallons of water. * Ground tackle is oversized: 72 lb Rocna with 300 feet of 3/8 chain. Motorized windlass. Extra 27lb Fortress anchor and chain rode. * Autoprop with propspeed * New head system (2020) * Cell signal booster (2020) * All Andersen winches. * Standing rig all replaced for oversized Dyform and mechanical (staylock) terminals between 2017-2019. * Dickinson diesel heater * Firefly battery bank - 570 Ah. * Charging: 120 Amp alternator, 120 W solar panels and wind generator. * 10 foot AB aluminum bottom inflatable (2016) with Tohatsu 6HP outboard (2020). * Many, many spares for all systems on the boat. * Happy to send a full inventory Regarding safety equipment aboard: * 6 person life-raft with EPIRB * 'Ocean signal' E100G 406 GPS EPIRB, new battery (2020) * Jacklines * Lifejacket, with harness and tether * Flares * Fire extinguishers, with a fire blanket * 2 ditch bags: GPS, VHF * Personal flotation devices * Vapor detectors (gas and carbon-monoxide) * Jordan series drogue

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  • NationalityUnited States

  • Age40

  • GenderMale

  • Fluent languages English

  • Basic knowledge of Russian
    Spanish

  • Sea Miles 500 - 2,500

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