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I am a Dentist who likes to sail and likes to travel. At 53, I am in the process of trying to retire and take advantage of whatever time God gives me to sail, live healthy, and travel the world helping others when possible. My wife and I hope to circumnavigate starting in 2017. While sailing in the Abacos we recognized a need for supportive dental care for cruising folks. My thought is if I can offering my skills in exchange for my own needs such as fuel, food and upkeep of the ship, we could retire anywhere and everywhere... Healthy happy and suntanned. Obviously this has a fairly high initial price to buy the perfect boat and outfit it with solid yet portable equipment and supplies. I have my captains license so one option is to offer crewed charters, or even dental education CE credits to sailing Dentists. Realizing that I can't be the only Dentist who likes to sail, I've created a business model to provide options in hopes of eventually creating a fleet or dental office catamarans. Ideally, as an associate or partner, your could choose to staff one of a choice of vessels located around the globe and sail for as long as you want where you want and maybe even do a little dentistry. I will do this myself if necessary, but it is always nice to make new friends and grow personally as well as financially. If you are a Dentist or a Doctor, write me and let's see if we can create World Wide Smiles
Last Updated : 4/10/2015 9:06:58 AM
We are offering 2 new shares for the upcoming year for Bluefin, a Ericson 34x racer/cruiser, which has been converted to electric propulsion. Details of the boat layout/design can be found here: http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=1876. Outfitted with a propane heater, stove and BBQ, along with an electric generator as a backup for the primary battery pack, and all the necessary equipment for cruising throughout the summer months. The boat is currently raced on Thursday Summer Shorts series, and achieved 3rd place overall in last years series. Contact us for additional details.
Last Updated : 3/31/2015 3:59:38 PM
I am looking for additional sailing partners on my Ericson 27' sailboat. She is a very sweet sailing 27 foot sailboat. Dues are paid quarterly and are $199 per month with $1000 down. This is a non-equity position! Think sailing membership! No long term commitments needed. Compare to Club Nautique which you'll have to take $1000 worth of classes to sail their boats, plus the membership (minimum $750 for the year) plus the $400+ a day charter. Chemistry is everything here. I am looking for a good fit for the boat. We are using www.NauticalMonkey.com as a way to manage the membership times. There is no lack of sailing time to be had! We all get 15 sailing "slots" a month. There are 3 slots per day. A morning sail from 6am - 2pm, an afternoon sail from 2pm - 10pm, then there is an overnight slot from 10pm - 6am. If you want to sail all day and stay overnight you use 3 slots for that. There are at least 15 days per month that she never leaves the dock! She's had a lot of work in the last year and is in perfect sailing condition. She is VERY clean inside and well maintained! In April 2013 she got brand new sails fully battened mainsail and 135% furling Genoa on a Harken furler setup, new 90% furling Jib from North Sails July 2016, new sink pumps, batteries (late 2012), battery switch, auto bilge pump, and new head, fresh bottom paint (2 coats) April 7, 2015. EXTRAS: Wheel steering!! Very nice self tailing Harken winches. Spacious headroom/galley/head/v-berth for her size. Inboard Yanmar single cylinder diesel (the motor is so clean you can eat off of it). New Windex. New carpet. New masthead/anchor light. Great sounding stereo inside and out with ipod jack and bluetooth. 15 gallon freshwater tank. Spreader lights for greater nighttime visibility. Plenty of cup/beer holders! Everything about this boat says BIG. She is set to sail single handed and does so VERY easily! Most 27 foot boats don't have wheel steering, a built in head with black water tank, self tailing winches, and furling sails!!! You must know how to sail!!! I would prefer someone that can assist with maintenance as well! Docked upwind on S dock Emery Cove Marina in Emeryville. Contact me via email for more details.
Last Updated : 1/23/2018 1:23:47 PM
What is the cost? An initial payment of $15,000 to cover initial cost of the boat and gear. $200/month to cover all mantainance, taxes, fees, storage, etc. Fuel for each use is an additional charge. Where will the boat reside? The boat will be placed in the dry stack storage at Daniel Island Marina. Why? Big time convenience. With just an hour’s notice the marina will have your boat waiting in the water for you to throw in your cooler and go. Upon returning, the marina will take care of flushing the engine and washing the outside of the boat prior to placing it back in the dry stack storage. So much time will be saved not having to prep the boat and do the post boating maintenance work. So who gets the boat on which days? The boat will rotate each day such that each partner has rights to the boat every third day. If you want to go out but it is not your boat day, just check with your partner to see if it is available. There are plenty of details I can go over if you reach out and express your interest. If you would like to know more, please send me an email and leave your contact information and a good time to reach you.
Last Updated : 8/20/2014 3:12:19 PM
Sea Ray Sundancer 260 has only 196 freshwater hours. Just moved from Michigan. This is an awesome family boat! Great for dinner cruises to Shem Creek, tubing on the Wando River, or for overnight trips to Georgetown via the inter-coastal waterway. Officially sleeps four down below but can sleep more up top with camper canvas top on. Completely self sufficient with full head/shower, 28 gallons of freshwater, fridge, microwave, stove and sink. Looking to share this boat with others so my wife can be a stay at home mom to our three children. Boat is currently stored on a trailer but I'm looking at moving to Daniel Island Marina where it would be dry-docked so you would just call ahead and they drop in the water for you.
Last Updated : 5/27/2014 8:20:55 AM