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33rd Annual Lakewood Yacht Club Harvest Moon Regatta® : Lakewood Yacht Club

October 10-14, 2019
       
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Christopher Curran Posted on Sep 30, 2019 14:00 EST
S/V Adelaide has had a crew member drop out. Looking for a 5th member of the crew who is also prepared to sail back with us. Last year we finished second in class, and also won the TMCA trophy. But our primary goal is to enjoy the journey and arrive safely. Please contact me if interested.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 30, 2019 14:00 EST
Sterling West Posted on Jul 30, 2019 17:00 EST
Well oiled and seasoned 2 man crew interested in crewing a boat(slope,cutter, ketch, yawl, multihull, etc.) in the HMR. We have the skills and experience to make the HMR fun, competitive and most importantly safe. Call or email.

This Post Was Modified: Aug 01, 2019 11:11 EST

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Mark Barbaric Posted on Oct 08, 2019 18:13 EST
Looking for anyone who wants to join a crew of three 40 something guys on a free boat ride back to Galveston or Seabrook after the race. One of our crew members needs to return to work and can’t make the trip back with us. Boat is a Hunter 285. All we are looking for is someone easy going and not afraid of helping out with night watch. Call for quicker response!

This Post Was Modified: Oct 08, 2019 18:13 EST
bernard J Murphy Posted on Sep 20, 2019 18:42 EST
Hello I am Bernard Murphy. I had a boat in Kemah for seven years and participated in the HMR several times. I recently helped a buddy sail back from Florida, through the ditch and Gulf. I am in the duffer class but I can work wonders in the galley, rustling up fodder suited to rough offshore conditions. I am an engineer, mechanically adept, physically fit, and easy going. If you need a steady hand for a trip down or back give me a call at 832 971 6423 or Bernard.Murphy2016@Gmail.com If you want to keep me in mind as an alternate in case one of your crew drops out at the last minute, that\'s fine. I can skip work at short notice. I live in Houston. There was a lot of new info at the Safety Meeting yesterday. A new finish line and construction at the Brazos River/ICC junction. Lots of discussion about the rapidly evolving field of AIS and VHF radios which I am trying to keep up with.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 22, 2019 10:39 EST
RC Wiemer Posted on Sep 15, 2019 20:06 EST
Been sailing the CC bay for three years. I’m looking forward to join your crew this year.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 15, 2019 20:06 EST
Russell Vest Posted on Sep 12, 2019 18:26 EST
Experienced round the buoys and offshore distance racing crew member looking for a boat. 4 Marblehead-Halifax races, 7 Chicago-Mac\'s and more racing & deliveries in the NE. Austin, TX based now. Boats: B36.7, Farr 39.5 & 40, Baltic 44, Friers 30 & 41, .... Mast, Nav, Trim, Pit strengths. I have heard a lot about this race and would envoy the experience. Sailing resume available. For ease of contact M+312.505.7659, E: rnvest@ieee.org. I'll see you on the water (Pesto) and the Bacardi Party!

This Post Was Modified: Sep 27, 2019 11:41 EST
Jim Rester Posted on Sep 12, 2019 13:19 EST
Can captain or crew on return from Port A. Inside or outside. Very experienced. Educated and Trained.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 12, 2019 13:19 EST
Mark Zimmerman Posted on Sep 11, 2019 21:14 EST
Have raced harvest moon several times. I enjoy being on the water. I can crew or captain of a crew.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 11, 2019 21:14 EST
Grant (Rusty) Slayton Posted on Sep 11, 2019 10:38 EST
New to racing, and I need to strengthen my skills with an experience skipper. I can and will sail both ways. I am a Flight Paramedic of 24 years, and I'm used to working in stressfull situations ( I thrive in them). I can patch, plug, bandage or splint anything. Very mechanically minded and willing to work. I do (recently) own a small 25' sailboat, but I'm not an experienced saltwater sailor. Keep me in mind when you're choosing a crew. 45 years old, married. Willing to learn any job.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 11, 2019 10:38 EST
Rita Wolfe Posted on Sep 05, 2019 18:51 EST
Available to crew, race, etc. Both ways. Many years offshore racing. Since 2001. Night watchman, navigator, trimmer, helmsman. Do not cook but will contribute to high protein Snack bars and drinks. Not looking for unseasoned owners.

This Post Was Modified: Sep 05, 2019 18:51 EST
Andrew Kilpatrick Posted on Aug 31, 2019 17:26 EST
My wife and I are looking for a crew opportunity. We have a broad range of experience in regatta sailing on a variety of large cruising sail boats and willing to pitch in wherever needed. We are hard working but laid back enough that we might be a better fit for an easy going crew that doesn't take things too seriously.

This Post Was Modified: Aug 31, 2019 17:26 EST
Jeremy T. Brayfield Posted on Aug 29, 2019 15:07 EST
Turning 40 this year and HMR has been on my bucket list for a while. I would love to crew with anyone who is looking for some help. Easy going and hard worker. Been racing in the bay last couple years in the Ice Cycle, Rum Race and Clear Lake Wednesday night races very often. Please feel free to contact me via phone or email if I can join you. 41 days till the race =)

This Post Was Modified: Aug 29, 2019 15:07 EST
Asa Potter Posted on Aug 28, 2019 15:02 EST
Looking to crew on a boat for Harvest Moon. I was assistant race captain for Grapevine Sailing Club and have been wanting to participate in this race for a while now. I have experience working foredeck on smaller boats (Wave Length 24) and have been skippering our O'Day 27 in club races. I'm a fit 6'1" 210lbs and am willing to do anything from rail meat to grind. Just eager to get some racing experience in salt water.

This Post Was Modified: Aug 28, 2019 15:02 EST
Lee Caepenter Posted on Aug 23, 2019 12:53 EST
I have crewed on 4 different sailboats on 4 different Harvest Moon races. I am a former commodore for TASS , help sail a 41' Formosa with the owner from Brunswick , Georgia to Waterford Marina. Have done the rum races, icicle races, won the Commodore 's Cup in TASS. I would like to join a crew to do another Harvest Moon Race. Looking forward to you response.

This Post Was Modified: Aug 23, 2019 12:53 EST
Jeff Uthe Posted on Aug 17, 2019 13:11 EST
I am a 49 yr old learning sailor looking to crew for HMR to gain more Gulf experience. Sailed my own boat, a CAL 46, Galveston to Port A. this summer with my family. I would like to win the race and enjoy the experience with good folks. I can get back from Port A myself or help sail back.

This Post Was Modified: Aug 17, 2019 13:11 EST
Josh DuBoise Posted on Aug 12, 2019 20:13 EST
My wife and I would like to crew along with someone if anyone is looking for more folks. No previous race experience. Experience on multiple types of boats and open water. Some sailing in the bay and Bahamas. Looking to learn, gain experience, and have fun along the way.

This Post Was Modified: Aug 12, 2019 20:13 EST
Roy Evans Posted on Aug 08, 2019 22:43 EST
Hello, hard working mild mannered eager sailor looking for a boat. I’m 38 y/o white male in good physical shape. Married father of three. Very active sailor at my local club here in Dallas. Experience racing smaller boats particularly flying Scots and lasers. For many years I was our racing/regatta chair for our club and have organized a few regattas. I have the ASA 101,103 and 104 certs and have multi day charter experience as skipper on hunters 34 and hunter 36. Also hunter 42. I also belong to a sailing club in Maine on casco bay where I sail a J22 when we visit family up there. Altogether I’ve been sailing for about 20 years. I’ve been wanting to get in on this regatta for years. Please ask me to join your crew!

This Post Was Modified: Aug 08, 2019 22:51 EST
David Ferreira Posted on Aug 05, 2019 20:50 EST
Hi. I am a seeking a crew opportunity in the 2019 Harvest Moon Regatta. I live up in the Austin area and would like to gain some offshore experience racing.

Despite being very new to sailing, I am very "gung ho" and have done 7 races this year with the Austin Yacht Club, mostly on a J/29, a couple on a J/22. Additionally, have done several solo outings on a Capri 18. I've learned a TON and never had a problem keeping up with what was going on. I'm attentive, diligent, respectful, with an eye toward professionalism at all times.

If you have space for a hand on your boat for this race or know of someone who needs a hand, please let me know.

Sailing resume and references available upon request.

Thank you.



This Post Was Modified: Aug 05, 2019 20:56 EST
Michael Rouse Posted on Aug 05, 2019 19:44 EST
Available Crew Member for HMR. I've just completed the Chicago to Mackinac Race, Port Huron to Mackinac Race and the Ugotta Regatta in Harbor Springs on a Farr 53 as part of the Warrior Sailing Program. I also compete in the Galveston Bay Rum Races on a Hunter 34. My initial training started with Warrior Sailing completing their basic course as well as the ASA 101 course. I also completed the International Hands On Safety at Sea Course. I'm versed in sail trimming and as a helmsman. I would really like to be part of someone's crew for this event!

This Post Was Modified: Aug 05, 2019 19:44 EST
Peter Crabbe Posted on Jul 20, 2019 11:18 EST
I would love to crew for this event. I'm certified for ASA 101, 103, and 104. I need to gain sailing experience and would make a good crew member for your boat. Please contact me and take me along.

This Post Was Modified: Jul 20, 2019 11:18 EST
Kent Sick Posted on Jul 15, 2019 15:47 EST
I would love to do this as crew if anyone has a need for the race, the return, or both. I have been sailing since 1994, fairly extensively until a couple of years ago. I skippered a Hunter 38 during the 2014 HMR, and have a great deal of other charter experience in various places such as Galveston Bay, the Chesapeake, San Francisco Bay, Marina Del Rey (to Catalina), Corpus, and Tampa Bay (to Sarasota). I hold ASA 101, 103 and 104. Feel free to reach me by phone or text.

This Post Was Modified: Jul 15, 2019 15:47 EST

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