I'm pretty much a noob and sailing addict. I followed this advice. I was there early, grabbed the biggest of the bags, went for the mainsail covers and lines before my frothy beverage, brought plenty of beer for others and myself, kept my mouth shut, asked questions when I needed help, didn't talk shit, and never over stated my sailing prowess, help stowe equipment, towed the dolly back off the dock to the lot. Gave the capt solid yes and no answers as to availability. The capt and crew were great sailors and very welcoming of a joey on board, and they gave me some great tips about my sailing and how to become more efficient Got asked back for next tues. thanks for the advice.
Hi I'm Drew (foredeck, trim, pit if experience isn't an issue. I raced last year out if EGYC on a boat called Escape Plan, a Catalina 345. Good boat and skipper but looking for a little more.... Well more. I have tons of energy and some all be it limited racing experience. I have a v15 of my own and have performance cruising experience in a ranger 34, cats and a custom mumm 30 out of Boston. I'm 5'8" 185lbs in great shape and looking to gain some more experience but with a fun and competitive boat. Great attitude and extremely reliable. I have a rotating schedule with ample time off, I always bring enough beer and im never late. I have my own equipment and not afriad of the bow. So if this long winded message isn't to terrible let me know. I'm ready to go if there's a match.