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sailing resume

John Herrigel – Age 28

Sailing Experience: 15 years  

            - Crew aboard Revolution II – Farr 43– 2006 Season GMORA Series 

                        Duties: Helm, Mainsail, Cockpit, Deliveries

            - Cruised aboard Bristol 43 New England Waters. 2006-2007
            - 6 weeks on SSV Corwith Cramer Tall Ship 134 LOA – Key West, Bermuda, St. Croix

                        Duties: Navigation, Helm, Watch. Active in all operations of the boat

-  Owner and racing a 20 foot Small Point One Design for past 10 years

- Small Boat dingy sailing and racing as a child in Phippsburg, ME
            - Sailing instructor for 7 years in Phippsburg, ME 1995-2002



 - US Sailing Level One Instructor – Expired

 - 6 College Credits – Nautical Science – Navigation, Engines, Rules of the Way,


Jordi St. John – Age 26

Sailing Experience: 13 years

- Captain of a 40 foot Catalina for a week in Whitsunday Islands Australia 2003               

- Cruising the New England coast on a Hood 38 for past 10 years, 2 weeks/summer.

- Racing as foredeck crew on a Tartan 41 – 2007

- Racing twice a week on a 20ft Small Point One Design for past 10 years.

-Teaching junior sailboat racing at Masons Island Yacht Club 1994-1999

- Launch Tender Boat operator  2002-2007 Sebasco Harbor Resort                              



            - USCG Inland Captains License

- USCG Approved Limited Masters License

-US Sailing Level One Instructor – Expired

- Certified PADI Open Water Diver


Steve St. Jean – Age 38

Sailing Experience: 5 years

- Crew on Revolution II  2004-2007 seasons; 1985 (1985 Concordia / Farr 43)
                        Duties: Bow, mast, cockpit, navigation and helm.

Class A champions 2006
- Performed many race related deliveries all over the coast from Maine to Mass.   



 - USCG Boater Safety Course April 2005.


3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 A great step forward for team Audax // Oct 19, 2007 at 4:17 pm

    [...] as BoatUS after review of the survey and corresponding documents we prepared, a work list and a sailing resume, the green light was given. No trip to Rockland this week but plans for multiple next week as we [...]

  • 2 Jillian // Nov 24, 2007 at 7:59 pm

    Love reading your sites – both Johns and Steves – so cool that you are doing this – love that you are wearing the harnesses etc! don’t really know whyyou are doing this, John (your philosophical question-) but don’t think this could be less than a major “life enhancing experience” and it seems a lot more pertinent than alot of the “stuff” people do!- love you guys! we have walked over Morse Mt to the beach the last few evenings – the ocean is so compelling and hugely powerful – just don’t forget that! Is this where you are supposed to write your comments?? or what!

  • 3 Hunt Herrigel // Dec 27, 2007 at 12:16 pm

    I have enjoyed following your trip south on the website. You’ve done a great job!! Have a safe and enjoyable crossing to the Bahamas. I will be cruising the BVI’s in late February – I’ll keep my eyes open for Audax. Hopefully, one of these years, Susan & I will be following your path down the coast on our Catalina.

    I noticed that Jordi taught sailing at MIYC. Is he Morgan St John’s son?

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