Atlantic crossing

Annonce référence n°43200, déposée le 31/12/2023 à 21h07

Hey everyone,

I am in Gran Canaria right now looking for an Atlantic crossing but I am also interested in sailing around the Islands.

My name is Yvonne, I am 34 years old and have been traveling full-time since December 2021. I started of with 6 months in Mexico but came again to Europe for a wedding. After I would like to go back to Central America and always admired travelers who aren't flying I wanted to see how I do on boats. So last year from July to December I was in Greece first on a Bavaria 40 for five days, after on a Genzel Phantom 38 for a week and then spent a little over a week in Athens on a Dufour 43 classic ashore helping to reinstall seacocks. From August till December I was back on the Genzel sailing around Greek and in the end having some marina time.

Then headed by ferry to Italy and Barcelona hoping I would still find a boat for the Canaries and then an Atlantic crossing but after i was a bit late I postponed it to this season. Instead I made a two week volunteering at the Götheborg, while she was in Barcelona, spent some time at costa Brava, hitchhiked back to Germany, where I was from April till August. Now I am back at the Med where I have been four days on a Neel 47 from Varazze to Cannes, 2 days on a Dehler 43 from Eze to Cannes, then two boat deliveries. A Oceanis 54 from Cannes to Genova and a First 53 from Cannes to Barcelona. Around Mallorca I joined a 40 feet racing boat, which won the Sydney Hobart Race in 1973 and after a RM1270. From Mallorca to Ibiza I joined my first steel boat and then spent 3 weeks on another Steel boat. From roquetas de mar to lanzerote I came with a family in their Oceanis Clipper and then to Gran Canaria on a Concord 55.

Some other "important" info. I don't smoke, I am a decent cook and I am totally ok with watching kids.

Poste souhaité : Équipier

Niveau : Confirmé

Type de navigation : Peu importe

Dates : à définir avant le dimanche 31 mars 2024

Zone(s) géographique(s) : Océan Atlantique, Tour du monde

Yvonne Gimperlein