Have you just finished your navigation course and want to try out your skills, or perhaps you fancy the delights of cruiser racing. Perhaps you have had enough of being dunked in the water and needing a wet suit, be warned cruiser racing isn’t always warm and dry!
Skippers are frequently looking for crews.
If you wish to crew please send an email to the secretary firstname.lastname@example.org with information you wish put on this page. Information will be cut and pasted from the body of the email and displayed until the end of the season or until requested to remove it.
Skippers, if you are looking for crew contact the secretary email@example.com with details of what you require displayed on this page.
PYRA do not warrant the competence of skippers or seaworthiness of their yachts.
Crews should satisfy themselves of the competence of skippers and seaworthiness of their yachts
My name is Sarah & I am available to crew. I live in Whitecliff.
I race on a Monday night from Parkstone in the cruiser class.
I have Day Skipper & am aiming to complete my coastal skipper this year.
I am a medic & work shifts this means I can sail both mid week & weekends.
I am an advanced windsurfer.
I would like to do some of the PYRA race weekends.
Currently based in Woking, on placement year from Bournemouth University.
Looking for crewing opportunities throughout 2019. Have experience helming J80s and two consecutive years crewing J70s in all positions in the Warsash Spring Series. 12+ years experience sailing a wide range of dinghies at a high level including more recently Laser, RS200 and 29er. Qualified day skipper. ”