Tom Lohre, male, 68

Ref 48518

Nationality: United States
Currently based in: Cincinnati, United States
Looking for: Worldwide opportunities
Experience: 10000 ocean miles / 10000 coastal miles
Normal foul weather attire, Tom always has his straw hat held tightly by a slip knot even with a rain hood. It keeps the rain hood from moving around. The hat works like cats whiskers and keeps him from getting into places he cannot get out of. Tom is an old river rat whose first job was on a converted Ohio River towboat turned into a restaurant. He went on to become a rigger on a river salvage operation. His father introduced the family to houseboats and they navigated up and down the Ohio at least three times. Later helping him sailed his Morgan 36' from Miami to Lake Erie. Years later while living for twenty years in NYC, he sailed out of East Hampton for ten years culminating with helping the captain sail his refurbished 1980 Pearson 36' to Baltimore, Ireland. Upcoming voyages on a restored 32' Bayfield that he is the chief engineer and captain on. 2022 July 10 to August 10: Great Lakes 24/7 2600nm 2023 May 15 to August 15: Lake Erie to Russia 4143nm 2024 July to August: Finland to Falmouth, England 1330nm 2025 June to July: Falmouth, England to Lake Erie 3718nm
Smoking: non-smoker
Relationship status: married
Dietary requirements: None
Languages: English;
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Tom’s Sailing Experience

Number of years sailing: 10+
Sea miles sailed: Ocean: 10000 / Coastal: 10000
Nights at sea: 50+
I have experience as: Captain (Offshore)
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Steer a compass course x
Keep lookout/watch-keeping x
Trimming sails – mainsail and foresail/jib x
Reefing x
Working the foredeck – setting sails including spinnakers and cruising chutes x
Navigating with GPS and paper charts at sea x
Anchoring and handling anchors x
Cooking at sea x
Using dinghies with outboard motors x
Heaving-to and other heavy weather tactics x

Other nautical or cruising skills

Using a sextant for astro-navigationx
Using VHF radiox
Diesel engine maintenancex
Outboard engine maintenancex
Repairing or making sailsx
Using radarx
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