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ashkaylor

 

Age: 29
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1176 days ago

ashkaylor Good afternoon For the past 5 years I've been working as the Vice President of Matchmaking for an upscale boutique matchmaking service. Although this may not seem relevant to your available position, I promise that my learned skills have proven that I'm extremely well rounded in many facets of business. On top of being a matchmaker, I'm also the Event Planner/Hostess for hundreds of events both regionally and nationally. My clientele mirrors that of your guests, so please rest assured that my professionalism and accuracy will always be 100%. I'm extremely versatile; therefore I would love to take my learned skills and professionalism into a new venture. This has been a long term dream of mine, and I'm finally in the position to move forward! I'm a quick learner and extremely focused; and I'm always eager to take on a new challenge. I take pride in everything that I do, therefore my work is always completed on time, and to the best of my ability. I've attached my professional resume for your review. Please let me know if you need anything else. I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks! Ashley Kaylor

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jdewaard

 

Age: 34
Gender: Male
Last logged in: 1176 days ago

jdewaard I am 34 and have currently retired from my profession as a Journeyman Electrician in Canada(english). I'm at a stage in my life that I need to explore the world and discover who I am as I have lost my way. I feel drawn to the ocean and would like to start my quest there. I'm hard working, persevere at becoming skillful and efficient with the work that I'm doing, work well with and without supervision. I am very physically fit, 6 ft and strong and can handle large loads.

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jillsaf

 

Age: 28
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1176 days ago

jillsaf I am a born adventurer, travelling is my passion in life and being a lover of the ocean I would love to combine these two things as a crew member. I have a lot of skills to offer, my background is primarily in customer service roles which would make me an ideal candidate for taking care of guests. I can cook very well and as a beginner on-board ship I would be more than happy to undertake a cleaning role. I am degree educated, well-travelled and can pretty much turn my hand to anything! I hope you will see potential in me and allow me the chance to become a valuable member of the crew!

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Gabriel

 

Age: 64
Gender: Male
Last logged in: 1177 days ago

Gabriel Sailing all my life as amateur. I start as Skiper in charter boats in Mayorca in 1982 op to this days. I have cooperate in circunnavigate a sailing.boat for the last 3 years I want to work in a boat in transoceanic sail or transport

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jessielrusso@gmail.com

 

Age: 30
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1178 days ago

jessielrusso@gmail.com I come from a commercial fishing background with 18 years invested. I am currently seeking a position that will allow me to use and advance my skills as a mariner.

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saurabh2911

 

Age: 26
Gender: Male
Last logged in: 1179 days ago

saurabh2911 Hello sir i have an experience of 34 months on big ships as deckhand. I would like to work on your boat,if you give me a chance.

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sunseeker

 

Age: 46
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1181 days ago

sunseeker Hi we are a Kiwi married couple and I are looking for a job in the Med as Stew and Captain on the same boat. Im a registered nurse and have been the the yachting scene all my life. I have been been organizing private charters on our yacht this season in Asia and have the highest standards. Grant has been working in the super yacht industry around the world for the last 25 years doing painting and maintenance,as well as watch captain. We have sailed our Farr 53 sailing yacht from NZ to Asia and are looking for a change scene for the off season. April to Sept or longer if suits We are positive and hardworking couple with good communication and people skills.

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evan

 

Age: 25
Gender: Male
Last logged in: 1181 days ago

evan Evan Miller [removed] Adventure Recreation Experiences: I worked as first mate on private boats in Costa Rica (Aug.2012-May 2013) where I recruited clients and worked on board, on shore and even in and under water. Trips included sunset tours to secluded beaches and islands where I prepared and served food and beverages. I guided snorkel trips, teaching beginners how to snorkel safely and comfortably. I informed clients of the areas native folklore, geography, geology, and marine ecology. I taught and guided beginning spear-fishing trips. I tended to rods and other fishing equipment while trolling and bottom fishing as well as cleaning, filleting, and cooking the fish we caught. Other duties included preparing and cleaning the boat and equipment before and after each trip. Setting and clearing the anchor and motoring the boat when needed. White Water Voyages June – July 2009 River Guide May – July 2010 Phone Number: 800-400-7238 May – July 2011 www.whitewatervoyages.com May – July 2012 5225 San Pablo Dam Rd. El Sobrante, California Supervisors: Brian, Will, Jake River miles: Over 300 Rivers and sections: Lower Kern, Upper Kern, South/Middle Forks of the American, Kings River Types of raft: NRS, Sotar, Hyside Class: III/IV Primary responsibilities: Group awareness and risk management, guiding, customer rapport, skill instruction, area flora and fauna narration. Gear maintenance. General facility upkeep at company headquarters. Food preparation and cooking three meals a day for groups sometimes exceeding fifty clients. Mother Lode River Center Educational Leader/ High Ropes Maintenance/ River Guide May – July 2012 Phone number: 530-626-4187 Supervisor: Scotty Chuy Rivers and sections: South/Middle Forks of the American River Types of raft: NRS, Sotar, Hyside, Avon Class: III/IV www.malode.com Duties include leading outdoor education lessons containing content regarding but not limited to natural history and native culture, riparian studies and hydrology. Leading teambuilding activities both in low risk and high ropes challenge courses as well as maintaining safe infrastructure on high ropes elements. Group awareness and risk management, guiding rafts in hazardous rivers, customer rapport, skill instruction, area flora and fauna narration. Gear maintenance. General facility upkeep at company headquarters. Food preparation and cooking three meals a day for groups often exceeding fifty clients. Training other river guides in safe and effective practices for rowing both clients as well as gear boats. IRIE Rafting Company River Guide Phone number: 530.582.4900 May – Jul 2012 www.raftirie.com Supervisor: Frank Wolfheart Mail: PO Box 6602, Tahoe City, CA 96145 Rivers an sections: Truckee River, Floriston to Verdi and Middle Fork, American River Types of rafts: Arie, Avon, Sotar Class: III/IV Primary responsibilities: Group awareness and risk management, guiding, customer rapport, skill instruction, area flora and fauna narration. Gear maintenance. General facility upkeep at company headquarters. Wallowa Alpine Huts January- March 2009 Intern / Assistant Host Supervisor: Conelley Brown, Morgan Jenkings Phone Number:541-426-4887 www.wallowahuts.com 500 N. River St. Enterprise, OR 97828 Primary responsibilities: My primary responsibilities included; trip planning and food shopping, daily recording of weather and avalanche observations as well as weather mapping and forecasting. As an intern I was also required to porter loads, prepare meals and participate in camp chores. I managed small groups of skiers in hazardous terrain while accommodated differing levels of skiers within a larger group. I conducted research to inspire more interpretive guiding at Wallowa Alpine Huts and also was present on behalf of Wallowa Alpine Huts for the Winter Recreation counsel meeting. Wet Planet May – August 2008 River Guide Phone Number: 509-493-8989 www.wetplanetwhitewater.com 860 Highway 141 Husum, WA 98672 Supervisor: Jacco Klinkenberg River miles: 329 Rivers and sections: White Salmon, Klickitat Types of rafts: Aire, Sotar Class: III/IV Primary responsibilities: Group awareness and risk management, guiding, customer rapport, skill instruction, area flora and fauna narration. Gear maintenance. General facility upkeep at company headquarters. American Adventures Expeditions May – August 2007 River Guide www.americanadventure.com Phone Number: 866-927-7238 41746 W. US Hwy 50 Canyon City, CO 81212 Supervisor: Mike Kissack Rivers and sections: Arkansas: Brown’s Canyon, Big Horn Sheep Canyon Primary responsibilities: Group awareness and risk management, guiding, customer rapport, skill instruction, area flora and fauna narration. Gear maintenance. General facility upkeep at company headquarters. River miles: 279 Class II/III Certifications: Bachelors degree from Prescott College in Adventure Education / Education Swift Water Rescue 3 International – level 1 exp. 2015 American Heart Association: Heartsaver First Aid exp. 6/10/15 Wilderness First Responder recertification 24 hrs. course work – exp. 2015 Avalanche Certification I/II – American Avalanche Association/ AIARE ASI Snowboard Instructor Training 2011 Search and Rescue course – Prescott College (180 instructional hours) PADI dive certified Unique skills: Bilingual in Spanish/ knows ASL/ studied Swahili Food Service Experiences: Cascade Bar and Grille, Costanoa Resort July – September 11 Prep/Line Cook, Grill, Sauté, Desserts, Catering 2001 Rossi Road at Hwy 1 Pescadero, CA 94060 Supervisor: Chef Jeff Smith Primary responsibilities: I am a prep cook a line cook and sometimes work the sauté station. I work on large catering events. I checked in food orders and sometimes was asked to help translate requests for the chef and kitchen staff whom are not bilingual. Alpine Meadows Ski Resort: The Chalet Café Dec – April 10- 11 Prep/Line Cook, Grill, Bar, Server April-May 2012 2600 Alpine Meadows Road, Tahoe City, CA 96145 Supervisor: Nick Costa Primary responsibilities: The Chalet Café is a fast paced ski-in-ski-out café and is self-supported. This means that because it is on slope at a ski resort we had to do it all. I worked every task from checking food orders, prepping breakfast and lunch to working in the bar mixing and serving drinks, serving food and ensuring customer comfort and satisfaction. With only a few select employees working at this café we had to work hard, work fast, be reliable, friendly, and adaptive as well as flexible. Prescott College/Crossroads Café August – May 06- 07 Prep Cook, Kitchen assistant 07-08 220 Grove Avenue 08-09 Prescott, AZ 86301 09-10 Supervisor: Molly Beverly 928-350-1400 Primary responsibilities: General kitchen support including line and meal service prep for organic and vegetarian student meal service. Catering support for large events (food service and serving). Solstice Wood fire Café May – August 2008 Dishwasher/Line Cook 415 W. Steuben St., Bingen, WA 98605 Supervisor: Aaron Baumhackl 509-493-4006 Primary responsibilities: General kitchen support including panini grill, salad bar, soup and pizza prep. Catering support for large events (food service and serving). Noodlin’ (Restaurant closed) November 2005 – May 2006 Dishwasher 3400 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, OR Supervisor: Travis Claremont Primary responsibilities: Dishwasher and prep/cross train for line support. The Old Spaghetti Factory August 2004 – Jan. 2005 Pasta prep cook/dish washer 0715 SW Bancroft Street Portland, OR 97239 Supervisor: David Britt 503-225-0433 Primary responsibilities: Dishwasher, pasta cook and portion control. Education Experiences: Country Day School Guanacaste Dorm Counselor Education Specialist August- May 2012/13 Supervisor Andrea Esquivel and Sarah Haun Phone number: (506) 2654-5042 200 Metros Sur del Malia Conchal, Santa Cruz, Guanacaste [removed] http://www.cdsgte.com Duties include creating bi-weekly newsletters, performing teacher check-ins for dorm students, creating lesson plans for and planning weekend activities and excursions. Drive and chaperone trips both during weekends as well as mid week. Connect the dormitory excursions with the upper school Environmental Science and Marine Biology curriculums. Shop and cook for dorm students and for dorm functions. Monitor and support students during study hall and with projects and homework on an as needed basis. Discipline students as needed and develop both behavior and personalized education plans. Create and maintain a dormitory library including texts and materials which could be useful on excursions. Create a dorm display board where students can find information on upcoming trips as well as view photos and information gathered from past trips. http://www.cdsgte.com The Freshwater Trust Education Assistant August-January 2010/11 Supervisor: Sarah Oakley *Program eliminated 1/11 Phone number: 503-222-9091 65 SW Yamhill Suite 200 Portland, OR 97204 Primary responsibilities: Plan, organize and teach grades 6th-12th in an outdoor environment. Create and lead classroom discussions and presentations. Implement environmental education in areas including fish biology/salmon ecology, water quality/ hydrology, riparian studies/ field biology, macro invertebrates/ entomology. Co-lead tours of local watersheds. Assist in ongoing restoration projects with high school students. Recruit volunteers. General equipment upkeep and inventory. S.O.S. Outreach Resort Program Coordinator December –February 2010 Supervisor: Chase Courington Phone number: 970-926-9292(ext. 110) Primary responsibilities: Develop and manage a new sector of an existing NPO. Plan, organize and implement daily character development curriculum for underprivileged teens from Flagstaff AZ. Assist in on-slope instruction for beginning snowboarders. Sunnyside Environmental School January-May 2009 Farm Based Education and School Garden Assistant Supervisor: Sarah Taylor Phone Number: 503- 916-6226 3421 SE Salmon Portland, OR 97214 Primary responsibilities: Create working lesson plans. Work within the standards of student’s grade content and material. Use every teachable moment available. Facilitate environmental sciences and ecology/agricultural based curricula while creating a food producing farm. Sharing information about the areas native plant systems, regional farming practices through the use of Place Based teaching while growing food for a community supported agriculture, food share program and teaching urban farming skills to 1st –8th graders. Educational Recreation Adventures January-June 2009 Assistant Leader Supervisor: Jeff Gottfried Phone Number: 503-750-2416 7040 SW 84th Ave Portland, OR 97210 http://www.edurecadv.org/Welcome.html Primary responsibilities: Plan, organize and run day and overnight trips with underprivileged high school teens in Portland. While on trips, responsibilities include teaching environmental education and natural history. Small group management, cooking and entertaining as many as fifteen high school students 24 hours a day. Other Educational Experiences: AVID (Advancement via Educational Determination) Tutor Spring 2009 Portland Public Schools This program is designed to inspire the average student to choose a college-preparatory path. I was a guide and facilitator of students’ learning through questioning, writing, and thinking and discussing. Breckenridge Outdoor Adaptive Education Center Volunteer Fall 2008 As a volunteer at the Breckenridge Outdoor Adaptive Education Center I assisted in the instruction of snowboard lessons for the disabled. Breckenridge Outdoor Adaptive Education Center offers an adaptive ski and snowboard program for the disabled. CHILL program Volunteer Winter 2007 The Portland CHILL program is designed to engage at-risk youth in outdoor activities as an alternative to engaging in socially disruptive behaviors or harmful environments. As a volunteer my objective was to teach the CHILL participants how to snowboard.

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digit

 

Age: 20
Gender: Male
Last logged in: 1182 days ago

digit Keen racing sailor but also happy to cruise

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aleksandra.siwecka

 

Age: 25
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1184 days ago

aleksandra.siwecka Hi, I'm a 25-year-old female looking to get out in the sea and get some stewarding or any boat-related paid experience. I'm a good cook and a very hard-working and organised person. I'm currently in Valencia, Spain but I'm happy to get out of here asap. If interested, please e-mail: [removed]

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Sadia2014

 

Age: 21
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1184 days ago

Sadia2014 Very passionate about travel and want to leave home!!

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Tina

 

Age: 44
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1184 days ago

Tina I'm leaving Canada end of April 2014 for an undetermined length of time and looking for a spot to help crew. I was a synchronized swimmer for over 12 yrs with 2 national gold medals. Am PADI OW certified, have crewed on a sloop along the Great Barrier R. Have traveled solo in Tanzania, Kenya, Zaire, Rwanda, South Korea, Australia, N.Z., and more! Am an avid learner (scholar with 4 yrs post grad, self taught & hands on), open minded, good team player, flexible and having grown up in the water am a water baby! Despite what all that may come across as I am also very much a kid at heart

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Andrada

 

Age: 30
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1186 days ago

Andrada I`m working an cruise ships for the lat 7 years,as Assistant Safety and OOW ,i would like to get a job on yacht for a change.I find it very challenging and an opportunity to develop my knowledge and skills.I`m serious person and i like at all times to complete my jobs on time paying attention to all details

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cstrawder

 

Age: 24
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1186 days ago

cstrawder I am a recently graduated University of Florida student. I enjoy sailing and am looking to both make some money after school and get some more experience in at sea. I'm also trying to get to Colombia.

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Ana Gómez-Pallete

 

Age: 39
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1187 days ago

Ana Gómez-Pallete I kindly ask you to view my Resumé at LinkedIn: Ana Gómez-Pallete http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=28742707&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile

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climbersuz

 

Age: 47
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1188 days ago

climbersuz Registered so that I can peruse the listings. Will join if this site turns out to have the right type of opportunities.

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clairemichaud18

 

Age: 18
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1191 days ago

clairemichaud18 My name is Claire. I am a Level 1 certified US sailing instructor, i have been sailing for 13 years. I have sailed 420s, Rhode 19s, lasers, Optis, O'days and Sunfish. I sailed on my high school sailing team and i've been a sailing instructor for 4 years. I took a gap year after high school so i could explore the world but i have yet to make it out of my small town. To contact me about a opportunity email: [removed].

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markvantilborgh

 

Age: 38
Gender: Male
Last logged in: 1191 days ago

markvantilborgh Hello! In the past i was entrpeneur, manaer at a big company and owner of some bars and a restaurant. Now i'm looking for a new challenge and an amazing journey.

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kapryor

 

Age: 49
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1192 days ago

kapryor US Sailing Bareboat certified after sailing intensively for four year; on a wide variety of sailing vessels - CV available upon request - competent crew at skipper level w/ mostly coastal but some off-shore experience; looking to expand my skill set and experience level by assisting w/ sailboat deliveries, charters, transits, adventures; currently on east coast of USA; willing to travel to some locations; will request travel assistance if too distant/costly; great galleymate as well as non-smoking/no drugs/no drinking underway energetic, enthusiastic crew; contact me via email at [removed] or text/ph: 410 207 6425

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clelia

 

Age: 20
Gender: Female
Last logged in: 1192 days ago

clelia I am a 20-year-old girl. I have always practiced sailing. I used to live by the sea and I have been assistant sailing instructor for two summer seasons. I love traveling, I love the sea and I love languages. My mothertongue is Italian. I speak a pretty good English. My French level is intermediate. I also have a basic knowledge of Turkish. My dream is to work on a sailing yacht as a sailor or a stewardess. At the moment I am attending my third year of university. I study Development and International Cooperation (Political Science). I have sailed with my parents on our sailing boat several times. We went to Greece and to Sicily. I have lived abroad twice. Once in France, in 2009, for three months. The second time as an Erasmus student, in Istanbul, Turkey, for 10 months, in the academic year 2012/2013. I really hope to find an employment on a yacht.

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