Sailing Resume

The skipper of a Bareboat Charter accepts many responsibilities; the most important is the safety of the crew and vessel. Harbor Sailboats must confirm the capabilities of the bareboat charterer on paper and on the water.

Charterer should have recent and appropriate experience as skipper of vessels in the same size and class as the proposed charter. For the purpose of this resume, the skipper of the vessel is defined as the person solely responsible for the complete operation and command of the vessel. This is likely to have only taken place if you were either the owner of the vessel, or the contracted charterer.

Harbor Sailboats reserves the right to require an on-site qualification demonstration and to place a USCG Licensed Master aboard the vessel at the charterer’s expense if deemed necessary.

Please fill out the resume with as much detail as possible as it will be used to determine your qualification level.

You can also download this form as a .pdf and send it to us as an attachment or via fax.[/vc_column_text]

Incomplete resumes will not be considered, please fill in its entirety.

Skippers Name

Date of Birth

Skippers Address

Skippers Phone Number

Skippers Email

Proposed Date of Charter (choose from calendar)

Propsed Vessel

What certification do you have and at what school did you get them? Please provide date and ASA, US Sailing, or USCG number.

Please list your three most recent bareboat charters as skipper of record with date, location, and size boat.

What sailboats have you owner? When and where?

How many years have you been actively sailing?

How many days a year do you sail as skipper?

Have you sailed in San Diego before as skipper? What about as crew? If so, please list dates and boat types.

On a scale from 1-10 please rate your proficiency level.



MOB Recovery

Fog Signals

Heavy Weather Sailing

Navigation and Electronics

Use of Furling Mainsail

Night Sailing

What is the last boat you have been skipper of record of? Where and when?

What is the float plan for proposed charter?

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