The Big Atlantic Ocean Crew & Captain Sailing Survey
Hello Atlantic Ocean Sailors!

Thank you for taking your time to check this out! If you have sailed across the Atlantic as crew (or attempted) or captain, I'd love to hear from you!

The survey is meant to get a better idea about the current state and recent experiences on crewing, crew finding, the weather, and the environment. I did this survey two years ago and collected data from 90 Captains and Crew on their lessons learned. Now I'm updating and expanding the data. Your input will help (aspiring) crew and captains to be well informed and prepared for an Atlantic Crossing. Additionally, the survey helps to get some insights on the current state of ocean awareness and how sailors are making a difference for a healthier ocean.

The data will be published in the second edition of Ocean Nomad: The Complete Atlantic Sailing Crew Guide - How to Catch a Ride & Contribute to a Healthier Ocean.

Would you like to help and answer a few questions?
If there are questions you rather not answer or don't remember, no worries, skip it. If you don't remember certain details, skip the question. If you have done more crossings, include the details on the latest. Your answers will stay fully anonymous unless you indicate otherwise.

THANK YOU for your contribution!

As a thank you for your efforts, you go in the bucket to win a hardcopy and Ebook copy of the book!
And you get 25% off Ebook & Colour Copies with code: DIDTHESURVEY ( - Valid until May 15 - 2019)

Ahoy! Suzanne
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