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Crew Wanted - Sailing the farm - Sailing across atlantic.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Flo S Feb 1. 7 Replies

Newsletter January 2017Dear all,As we enter 2017 sailing the farm wants to wish all our friends asincerely happy new year.2016 was a big change for our project- it was the year of sailing, notjust…Continue

Crew Wanted - Sailing the farm is going south

Started Aug 21, 2016 0 Replies

Hi allsailing the farm is heading south after 8 years of building our boat. We need crew from Norway to Scotland in early september, then onwards along coast of Scotland/IUK in september. Coast of…Continue

Crew Wanted - sailng the farm maiden voyage! From oslo to UK.

Started Jul 6, 2016 0 Replies

after 8 years of hard work we are heading to the sea. We look for cew on first leg from oslo to UK as a start. leaving oslo 24th.Please contact us if you are interested.zeyang@laowai.noLove sailing…Continue

Crew Wanted - sailing the farm update

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jared Couch Jun 2, 2016. 2 Replies

HISailing the farm has been working on our boat since 2009, and we are happy to announce that we are close to finish. Will go south this year, if you are interested to join please contact us: …Continue

 

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Profile Information

I am a
Skipper
Name/number of boat
Sailing the Farm
Type of boat
Colin Archer rescue boat
Position(s) seeking
Fellow sailors, Crew, Captain, Deckhand, Carpenter, Deck Engineer, Stew / Cook, 2nd Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electronic Engineer
About me
Interested in self-sufficiency? Want to help build a community? Love the sea? Our collective, on an organic farm a few hours north of Oslo, is for anyone who wants to learn and work hard. We grow food, boats and ideas, so if you have a knowledge or interest in permaculture, farming, boat building, or sailing, come and help us create a home that is sustainable both on land AND out at sea!

We are building a sailboat (the first of many), with the hope that when she sets sail (july 2016) we will visit other eco-villages around the world, collecting knowledge and travelling in the most eco-friendly way possible. Anyone who helps will have the chance to join our crew, a tribe of floating sea-gypsies! We also need help on the farm, as we build up the infrastructure to form a stable base for our community. This project is relatively new; we began in 2009 so there is still a lot to be done. We live with two dogs, the farm cat and some (very) free-range chickens. We keep bees and make jam; this year we harvested our first crop of potatoes and planted next seasons raspberries. Eventually we hope to grow all our food. We want to create a place that will flourish as our boats start sailing, a place where crops, thoughts, adventures, and of course boats, can grow!

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i'm a novice
I prefer to
Sail
Smoker?
No

Sailing the farm's Blog

SAILING THE FARM - A SEA GYPSY TRIBE OF TOMORROW

Posted on June 9, 2013 at 20:28 3 Comments

Interested in self-sufficiency? Want to help build a community? Love the sea? Our collective, on an organic farm a few hours north of Oslo, is for anyone who wants to learn and work hard. We grow food, boats and ideas, so if you have a knowledge or interest in permaculture, farming, boat building, or sailing, come and help us create a home that is sustainable both on land AND out at sea!



We are building a sailboat (the first of many), with the hope that when she sets sail…

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