looking to crew

I am anticipating buying a second hand BCC, but would like to get some
hands on experience with both the boat and blue water conditions. I
have bare boated for a week in both the San Juans and the Abacos with
my wife on 30 plus foot somethings and although fun, didn’t really
give me the experience I wanted. I am a very young 62, exercise daily,
no medical problems, no smoking, drinking or drugs. I am a part-time
physical therapist and can get off with fairly short notice.
I have visited the shop in Costa Mesa and was very impressed with the
BCC. I just can’t afford a new one. If you have need of a crew or know
of someone with a BCC that needs crew, please get in touch. Thanks.
Jon

Jon,

There is a new BCC that just arrived in Hawaii looking for a delivery to
Penage, Malaysia. I am trying to find a delivery skipper and you could
possibly crew. It is a distance of just over 6,000 miles or three to four
months. Let me know if this would interest you. Do you get seasick?

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: jon@bigsky.net [mailto:jon@bigsky.net ]
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 1:28 PM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: [bcc] looking to crew

I am anticipating buying a second hand BCC, but would like to get some
hands on experience with both the boat and blue water conditions. I
have bare boated for a week in both the San Juans and the Abacos with
my wife on 30 plus foot somethings and although fun, didn’t really
give me the experience I wanted. I am a very young 62, exercise daily,
no medical problems, no smoking, drinking or drugs. I am a part-time
physical therapist and can get off with fairly short notice.
I have visited the shop in Costa Mesa and was very impressed with the
BCC. I just can’t afford a new one. If you have need of a crew or know
of someone with a BCC that needs crew, please get in touch. Thanks.
Jon

Roger,

How many crew are you looking for and what are the terms of crewing?
I might be interested in participating.

Steve Osborne
steven.j.osborne@worldnet.att.net

----- Original Message -----
From: “Roger Olson & Sumio Oya” <info@samlmorse.com >
To: <bcc@egroups.com >
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 9:12 AM
Subject: RE: [bcc] looking to crew

Jon,

There is a new BCC that just arrived in Hawaii looking for a delivery to
Penage, Malaysia. I am trying to find a delivery skipper and you could
possibly crew. It is a distance of just over 6,000 miles or three to four
months. Let me know if this would interest you. Do you get seasick?

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: jon@bigsky.net [mailto:jon@bigsky.net ]
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 1:28 PM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: [bcc] looking to crew

I am anticipating buying a second hand BCC, but would like to get some
hands on experience with both the boat and blue water conditions. I
have bare boated for a week in both the San Juans and the Abacos with
my wife on 30 plus foot somethings and although fun, didn’t really
give me the experience I wanted. I am a very young 62, exercise daily,
no medical problems, no smoking, drinking or drugs. I am a part-time
physical therapist and can get off with fairly short notice.
I have visited the shop in Costa Mesa and was very impressed with the
BCC. I just can’t afford a new one. If you have need of a crew or know
of someone with a BCC that needs crew, please get in touch. Thanks.
Jon

Hi Steve,

Don’t know the answers to your questions right now. This is a new BCC with
ALL the bells and whistles. They left here for Penang late and now that
they are in Hawaii they have run out of time. I seriously think they will
ship the boat because it is 6,500 miles and the delivery cost is between $2
and $3 per mile. Shipping will be between $10,000 and $15,000. If he
decides he wants to deliver I will let you know the details and cost…

Take care of your self and hope your New Year will be the best ever.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Osborne [mailto:steven.j.osborne@worldnet.att.net ]
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 10:10 AM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: Re: [bcc] looking to crew

Roger,

How many crew are you looking for and what are the terms of crewing?
I might be interested in participating.

Steve Osborne
steven.j.osborne@worldnet.att.net

----- Original Message -----
From: “Roger Olson & Sumio Oya” <info@samlmorse.com >
To: <bcc@egroups.com >
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 9:12 AM
Subject: RE: [bcc] looking to crew

Jon,

There is a new BCC that just arrived in Hawaii looking for a delivery to
Penage, Malaysia. I am trying to find a delivery skipper and you could
possibly crew. It is a distance of just over 6,000 miles or three to four
months. Let me know if this would interest you. Do you get seasick?

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: jon@bigsky.net [mailto:jon@bigsky.net ]
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 1:28 PM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: [bcc] looking to crew

I am anticipating buying a second hand BCC, but would like to get some
hands on experience with both the boat and blue water conditions. I
have bare boated for a week in both the San Juans and the Abacos with
my wife on 30 plus foot somethings and although fun, didn’t really
give me the experience I wanted. I am a very young 62, exercise daily,
no medical problems, no smoking, drinking or drugs. I am a part-time
physical therapist and can get off with fairly short notice.
I have visited the shop in Costa Mesa and was very impressed with the
BCC. I just can’t afford a new one. If you have need of a crew or know
of someone with a BCC that needs crew, please get in touch. Thanks.
Jon

Roger,

Thank you, keep me informed.

Steve Osborne
----- Original Message -----
From: “Roger Olson & Sumio Oya” <info@samlmorse.com >
To: <bcc@egroups.com >
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 12:27 PM
Subject: RE: [bcc] looking to crew

Hi Steve,

Don’t know the answers to your questions right now. This is a new BCC
with
ALL the bells and whistles. They left here for Penang late and now that
they are in Hawaii they have run out of time. I seriously think they will
ship the boat because it is 6,500 miles and the delivery cost is between
$2
and $3 per mile. Shipping will be between $10,000 and $15,000. If he
decides he wants to deliver I will let you know the details and cost…

Take care of your self and hope your New Year will be the best ever.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Osborne [mailto:steven.j.osborne@worldnet.att.net ]
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 10:10 AM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: Re: [bcc] looking to crew

Roger,

How many crew are you looking for and what are the terms of crewing?
I might be interested in participating.

Steve Osborne
steven.j.osborne@worldnet.att.net

----- Original Message -----
From: “Roger Olson & Sumio Oya” <info@samlmorse.com >
To: <bcc@egroups.com >
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 9:12 AM
Subject: RE: [bcc] looking to crew

Jon,

There is a new BCC that just arrived in Hawaii looking for a delivery to
Penage, Malaysia. I am trying to find a delivery skipper and you could
possibly crew. It is a distance of just over 6,000 miles or three to
four
months. Let me know if this would interest you. Do you get seasick?

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: jon@bigsky.net [mailto:jon@bigsky.net ]
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 1:28 PM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: [bcc] looking to crew

I am anticipating buying a second hand BCC, but would like to get some
hands on experience with both the boat and blue water conditions. I
have bare boated for a week in both the San Juans and the Abacos with
my wife on 30 plus foot somethings and although fun, didn’t really
give me the experience I wanted. I am a very young 62, exercise daily,
no medical problems, no smoking, drinking or drugs. I am a part-time
physical therapist and can get off with fairly short notice.
I have visited the shop in Costa Mesa and was very impressed with the
BCC. I just can’t afford a new one. If you have need of a crew or know
of someone with a BCC that needs crew, please get in touch. Thanks.
Jon

Roger,
I do professional deliveries and have for over 20
years since I started cruising on Waxwing, BCC hull
#22 in the late '70’s. Coincidentally I haven’t
anything planned for the coming months and might be
able to help out the situation with the Sumio Oya.
No, I couldn’t do it free, but I could certainly
knock a chunk off those figures and times.
We just completed another 1,600 mile passage from
South America to the Gulf Coast in 12 days. I love
these boats and would and do take them anywhere.
Please let me know if I can be of help.
Be well,
Stan Roeder
e-mail: waxwingers@yahoo.com

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Stan, I will forward you email to the owner in Hawaii.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: stanley sroeder [mailto:waxwingers@yahoo.com ]
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 1:05 PM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: RE: [bcc] looking to crew

Roger,
I do professional deliveries and have for over 20
years since I started cruising on Waxwing, BCC hull
#22 in the late '70’s. Coincidentally I haven’t
anything planned for the coming months and might be
able to help out the situation with the Sumio Oya.
No, I couldn’t do it free, but I could certainly
knock a chunk off those figures and times.
We just completed another 1,600 mile passage from
South America to the Gulf Coast in 12 days. I love
these boats and would and do take them anywhere.
Please let me know if I can be of help.
Be well,
Stan Roeder
e-mail: waxwingers@yahoo.com

====Stan Roeder & Barbara Wall


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Yahoo! Photos - Share your holiday photos online!
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Thanks very much for the offer and it hurts to have to tell you it is too
long for me to take off from work. I was thinking like 1-2 weeks. But please
keep me in mind if something else comes along. Good luke. Jon

Roger Olson & Sumio Oya wrote:

Jon,

There is a new BCC that just arrived in Hawaii looking for a delivery to
Penage, Malaysia. I am trying to find a delivery skipper and you could
possibly crew. It is a distance of just over 6,000 miles or three to four
months. Let me know if this would interest you. Do you get seasick?

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: jon@bigsky.net [mailto:jon@bigsky.net ]
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 1:28 PM
To: bcc@egroups.com
Subject: [bcc] looking to crew

I am anticipating buying a second hand BCC, but would like to get some
hands on experience with both the boat and blue water conditions. I
have bare boated for a week in both the San Juans and the Abacos with
my wife on 30 plus foot somethings and although fun, didn’t really
give me the experience I wanted. I am a very young 62, exercise daily,
no medical problems, no smoking, drinking or drugs. I am a part-time
physical therapist and can get off with fairly short notice.
I have visited the shop in Costa Mesa and was very impressed with the
BCC. I just can’t afford a new one. If you have need of a crew or know
of someone with a BCC that needs crew, please get in touch. Thanks.
Jon