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Guidance to find Jet Drive Mangusta Captain France

Discussion in 'Yacht Crews' started by Slab777, Feb 13, 2013.

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  1. Slab777

    Slab777 New Member

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    Hi.

    I have friend if mine who is at a bit of a loss to find a reliable Captain for his Mangusta 130 based in Cannes. As much as I would love to give up my day job to help, my marine qualifications are about 70 feet too short!

    The boat is a private boat, never chartered, used for family and close friends.The boat is also jet drive and the insurance company are quite particular about having someone who has plenty of jet drive expierience.

    We need someone for ASAP so any assistance would be great.

    Many thanks
  2. rodsteel

    rodsteel Member

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  3. Slab777

    Slab777 New Member

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    Thank you, will give him a try
  4. lynall

    lynall New Member

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    Hi Slab,

    I am starting to look for a long term position on a Med based yacht, last position being Captain of a 67m World cruising Feadship. I have a lot of experience on smaller jet drives but not the larger ones ( it's not rocket science but the insurers may not feel that way ).

    If interested I'll send you my CV.

    Best,

    Captain Neil Lynall
  5. Slab777

    Slab777 New Member

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    Hi Neil

    Thank you for your email. We would be happy to have a look at your cv so please send it over to ak5343@aol.com. Once we have that we can look at where the insurance stands and take it from there. Where are you based at the moment ?
    Thanks
    Nigel