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SV - Sailing Vessel (Motor Sailor), 14 m (46 ft), sail, catamaran, Lagoon 46 F
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 Boarding location
Grenada - Saint George - visible to Crew members only
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 Destination planned to take the vessel next
Puerto Rico - visible to Crew members only
this destination is around 807 km from the boarding location
 My current location where I'm in person
Grenada - same as boarding location
 Home Port of Registry (registered vessel)
Puerto Rico - visible to Premium Crew

Itineraries (New)

An itinerary is a route divided into legs showing the planned locations and dates of the main stopovers from the start (initial departure) to the very end (final arrival), which is the destination of the vessel's journey (also called voyage, trip, torn, or expedition).

Each leg has a departure and an arrival date and location. It may also have additional waypoints in between, which might be stopping points or course change points.

Itineraries for vessels at sea are never precise! We use three accuracy levels for the planning status to avoid confusion about what is likely to happen or not:

  • Pending (not accurate) – initial idea, possibilities
  • Preliminary (kinda accurate) – changes may still apply
  • Planned (fairly accurate) – this is what's meant to happen

The duration of an itinerary is counted in days (start to end date) and the leg in nights (departure to arrival date). That is because you may arrive on a Monday and leave on a Tuesday. Therefore, there can be confusion if you were there for one or two days, but it would strictly count as one night without any confusion.

Therefore, you would say you went on a 14-day holiday or trip (the itinerary) and spent 13 nights on all your legs combined, for example.

There is also an important distinction between planning (what's the intention) and estimating (what's calculated). A time of arrival is always an estimate as a calculation is required; that's why it is called ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival).

You can't plan to leave San Francisco and arrive in Hawaii 10 minutes later, regardless of how desperate your intention is. If you intend to arrive in Hawaii by a certain date and estimate 10 days for the journey, then you can plan to leave San Francisco 12 to 15 days before. Therefore, your departure date is planned (what's the intention), and the arrival is still an estimate (what's calculated based on season, winds, currents, and many other factors). Plans can change due to weather, government requirements, breakdowns, delays, etc.

The following tips are worth noting to manage your itinerary and maintain an excellent overview:

  • 1) Name your itinerary with a short and clear title, such as 2024 Antarctic Expedition or 2024 Italy Family Torn, that is descriptive, easy to remember, and simple to refer to in conversations.
  • 2) You can set your itinerary's visibility to private while planning it, share it with only those you contact, or share it with anyone who views your profile.
  • 3) Next, add each leg of the significant stopovers by date and location.
  • 4) Then, keep updating each leg as required.

Be realistic and mindful when planning an itinerary. People will arrange their timing and life around it, taking time off work, booking flights, arranging accommodation, etc. It's crucial to let the crew know how accurate they can expect the itinerary to be.

Grenada to Puerto Rico

Preliminary (kinda accurate)

7 Legs
3,694 nm
56 days
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Start2024 Nov 9
End2025 Jan 4

Leg 1

848 nm2 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
Arrive 2024 Nov 11 Mon
VC Union Island 2 Waypoints
Stopover -2 nights

Leg 2

820 nm4 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
VC Union Island
Arrive 2024 Nov 13 Wed
MQ Sainte-Anne 5 Waypoints
Stopover -4 nights

Leg 3

444 nm9 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
MQ Sainte-Anne
Arrive 2024 Nov 18 Mon
DM Pointe Michel 5 Waypoints
Stopover -9 nights

Leg 4

49 nm27 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
DM Pointe Michel
Arrive 2024 Dec 6 Fri
AG English Harbour 12 Waypoints
Stopover -27 nights

Leg 5

221 nm21 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
AG English Harbour
Arrive 2024 Nov 30 Sat
BL Nikki Beach 8 Waypoints
Stopover -21 nights

Leg 6

476 nm24 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
BL Nikki Beach
Arrive 2024 Dec 3 Tue
MF Grand Case 9 Waypoints
Stopover -24 nights

Leg 7

836 nm56 nights
Available: 2 of 2 Cabins
Depart 2024 Nov 9 Sat
MF Grand Case
Arrive 2025 Jan 4 Sat
PR Humacao 4 Waypoints
End of Itinerary


L5   native
speaking natively like a local without a noticeable foreign accent
L4   fluent
speaking fluently with an extensive vocabulary, but with a foreign accent
L3   competent
speaking competently with a solid vocabulary on almost any topic
L2   elementary
speaking enough to get by, but may get lost in a conversation
L1   learning
not speaking the language, but learned enough to say simple sentences
L0   not proficient
may know a few words, but cannot form sentences or ask questions
Languages spoken aboard
native English
competent Spanish
Vessel type, make and model
SV Sailing Vessel (Motor Sailor), Lagoon 46 F
Vessel year
2023 built
Vessel main propulsion
Vessel hull type
Vessel length
14 metres (46 ft)
Vessel weight (displacement)
16 tonnes (34,619 lb)
Crew & guests aboard
usually 3 people aboard
cruising: Coastal, day/weekend trips or fishing (recreational)


Team request
position for individuals or teams
Nationality of crew
Gender of crew
Age of crew
preferably between 18 to 45 years of age
Height of crew
Weight of crew


Anyone and aboard a specific diet is preferred
Preferably non-drinkers and aboard any or no drinking is fine
Anyone and aboard any or no smoking is fine


Coastal/Ocean sea time
none required
Coastal/Ocean sea miles
none required


Recreational    generally unpaid positions, or contributing towards some agreed expenses

positions available
preferably for
 Galleyhand   any experience
 Cook   any experience
 Deckhand   any experience
 Competent Crew   any experience
 Engineer / Mechanic   any experience
crew is not expecting to be paid

Dear Shipmates


4 bedroom 4 bath catamaran currently looking for crew assist in Caribbean. No financial contribution required.

About the boat, the plans, and current crew

comfortableluxuriousimmaculatevessel is survey certifiedvery spacioushave a holidayvisit remote placesseek adventurelearn a languagelive off the gridmulticultural

I will be sailing from Grenada to Martinique in July, then back again in August. The plan is to explore the grenadines, find surf and lobster, and avoid hurricanes. I'm looking for help with cooking, cleaning and sail/anchor watches. Lets discuss!

What is expected of the crew

clean & tidydiligenteasy-goingenthusiasticfit & healthyfriendlyorganisedrespectfulskilledtrustworthyconfident swimmergood listenergood communicatortravel light (little luggage)eager to learn & workpolitepositive outlookopen mindedsense of humorenjoy cookingdon't mind cleaningcan follow orderswill not bring a petharmony


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