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May 2014

Seeking to re-train in boatbuilding
Date posted: 2 May 2014
Closing date: 2 April 2016
Type: permanent
Location: South East
Teacher, currently based in New Zealand. Looking to return to UK in early 2016. Would like to re-train in boat building and hopefully work in the trade as a 3rd career, before retirement (ex Royal Navy).

February 2014

Seeking opportunity to join crew of an historic ship
Date posted: 27 February 2014
Closing date: 19 February 2016
Type: temporary
Location: East
Position required on either a paid or unpaid basis, in order to further develop sailing skills. I am a prospective archaeology student with an interest in experimental and marine archaeology, and I am looking to take a year out to sail before I begin university. I am available from August 2014 onwards.
Seeking a boatbuilding apprenticeship
Date posted: 27 February 2014
Closing date: 27 February 2016
Type: placement
Location: East
I am seeking a boat building apprenticeship in the East Anglia Region, preferably in the Norfolk/Suffolk area.

November 2013

Small ship command
Date posted: 12 November 2013
Closing date: 12 November 2015
Type: voluntary
Location: South West
I am an RYA Ocean Yachtmaster (motor), commercially endorsed but restricted to 20 miles from a safe haven, and I am looking to command a small ship, between 100 and 200 tons displacement, either on a paid or voluntary basis.



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