Informal sailing instructions
Crew take the twin cabin, but will move upon request.
Number of Crew:2
**TEMP CREW WILL BE ABOARD UNTIL JANUARY 20TH**
Joe grew up in Auckland, New Zealand where his family had a small powerboat that he used to spend as much time as possible out on the ocean, primarily water skiing and fishing.
While completing a Civil Engineering degree Joe went on a sailing holiday to Croatia and accidently ended up with a job for the rest of the season. He spent the next few years trying to juggle a ‘normal’ job with getting away to sail as much as possible, before committing to sailing full time in 2018.
Since then he has worked extensively in Greece, Croatia, Spain and the Caribbean, along with delivering yachts all over Europe and completing four trans-Atlantic crossings. Joe has over 30,000 sailing miles, and holds his Yachtmaster Ocean certification.
After sailing, Joe’s other love is endurance sport and he has completed a number of marathons and Ironman triathlons. He also loves whipping up cocktails and enjoys helping out in the kitchen and running the BBQ.
Georgie was raised in the UK and grew up sailing on her family yacht, accompanied by dinghy sailing. She eventually ended up as an assistant dinghy instructor and spent a summer in Cape Cod as a camp sailing counsellor.
Since then Georgie has worked a summer as a flotilla host (where her and Joe met), a winter as a chalet sous chef, and the last two years on Anna Pink as the chef/mate.
Georgie has been steadily developing her love of cooking over the past few years, and has recently completed a two month Chef Academy course. She particularly loves serving fresh, summery meals, and is very partial to an indulgent dessert.
Alongside food and sailing, Georgie is a keen photographer and will hopefully be able to send you some lovely memories of your holiday.