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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Details of HOT BuOYS Sailing Vessel and Crew

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Vessel and crew specifics:
  • You can also get independent confirmation at US Coast Guard Documentation. Enter vessel name Hot Buoys and notice it has been owned many years by Philip Maise.  
  • Another good indication is the website FindACrew.net.  His profile, # 149158, has been active since October 2009.   

On the sea, size matters. 

Specifications of HOT BuOYS SV
  • Length: 22 meter (65ft)
  • Width: 12 meters (40ft)
  • Gross registered tonnage: 70 ton
  • Anchor: 70 kilos
  • Engine: 150 HP


So what do the numbers above mean? More room for you, and a more pleasant ride. We can even put a pool on deck and have a party.



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The pilot house and salon down below comfortably protect the maximum 8 guests that we allow per trip. Two king size bunks and 4 single bunks. Every bunk has a cooling fan as well as reading light. We have 900 watts of solar to power the watermaker and your laptops.



If the winds are low, please be assured there is an adequately sized engine to power us to our destination. The engine is kept in top notch condition with a full set of spares.



The crew:
Captain Philip purchased HOT BuOYS SV in 2009 and has sailed her 1/2 across the Pacific as well as to and from Thailand several times. He knows every square inch of the vessel and would be happy to teach you as much of the vessel operation as you would like to know. Take the wheel if you like and experiment trimming the sails. 

 


Noli is obviously the guy who isn't wearing the Filipino hat. Captain Philip and Noli have been sailing together for the past four years and look forward to welcoming you to their floating home on the sea.

Crew member Miquel is from Spain and owns his own vessel in Mallorca. Miquel is an underwater archaelogist as well as a professional piano player.

Crew member Igor is a mere 21 years old, however, has years of travel under his belt. He has picked up several languages along the way including Russian, French, Italian, and Chinese.


Meals aboard:
Hot Buoys has a full size kitchen and large oven to bake bread (both wheat and gluten free).

We can accommodate many dietary needs. Typically, we begin lunch and dinner with GOG. GOG is what we call garlic onion and ginger. We stir fry these together while the rice is cooking. When the GOG is ready, we add fresh vegetables, and then stir fry until the vegetables are cooked al dente. If you are a vegetarian, this becomes your main course with the freshly cooked rice. For non-vegetarians, we may add fish or beef to this healthy vegetable dish.

We can accommodate many common diets without advance notice:
  • Vegetarians
  • Vegans
  • Gluten free
  • Lactose intolerant
  • Pork and shell fish free
  • Nut allergies
  • Low carb
  • Intermittent fasting 

If you want to try your hand and prepare a meal, by all means, tell us so we can shop for the ingredients. 


Minimum health requirement:
Hot Buoys has hosted a wide range of crew with disabilities. This said, it is important that you be in nominally good health. At a minimum you should be able to pull yourself from a seated position into a standing position using your arms.

Please note the large steps with hand rail. We had a guest with
one leg that had no problem with these steps.
One disability which we cannot tolerate is getting drunk, fighting with other crew, or any illegal drugs of any nature. Make sure any prescriptions you have are kept in their original bottles from the drug store. Bring a doctor’s prescription especially if it is a pain killer.

If you are not a good swimmer, wear a life jacket when going to shore.

If your disability is one of experience, then you are in luck. Captain Philip has found over the years that inexperienced crew members make the best crew members. Why? They tend to ask questions, they don’t assume something is supposed to work the way they are used to it, and are interested in learning.


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