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									Jim Krause Sailing Resume
Updated 12/2/10

        Phone: (812) 332-1005
        Email: jkrause@ttop.com
        1109 South Longwood Drive
        Bloomington, IN 47401

Sailboats Owned:

        Catalina 27’(6/26/2000- Present)
        Catalina 22’(Summer 1996 - June 2000)
        Hobie 14’(1993 – 1996)

Boat Instruction & Chartering Experience
(All charters skippered by Jim Krause)

July 23 – August 6, 2010 (two weeks!)
Destination: Desolation Sound & Discovery Islands, BC. via San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands, the
Sunshine Coast and back again.
Boat: 34’ Bavaria “Firefly”
From: San Juan Sailing, Bellingham, WA
Sailing with: my wife, Anne Hurley and friend Mark Longacre
Notes: Had to stop in Lund to change the fuel filter (and then bleed engine). We experienced light breezes
most of the trip, but had a beautiful sail rounding Sarah’s Point and up the Toba Inlet (to the waterfall). Some
nice stops/sights included: Sydney Harbour, Silva Bay, Pender Harbour, Grace Harbour, the Wildernest
Resort, Squirrel Cove, Gibson’s Harbour, Porlier Pass, Clam Bay, Friday Harbor and Cypress Island.

July 17 – August 1, 2009 (two weeks!)
Destination: Desolation Sound, BC. via San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands, the Sunshine Coast and back
again.
Boat: 34’ Bavaria “Firefly”
From: San Juan Sailing, Bellingham, WA
Sailing with: my wife, Anne Hurley
Notes: We covered a total of around 500 miles. Cruised up into the Toba Inlet. Beautiful!!!! Took lots of
pictures.

July 20-26, 2008
Destination: Baie Fine, Ontario via the Benjamin & Fox Islands. Also visited Clapperton Island.
Boat: Hunter 356 “Bay Sprit”
From: Canadian Yacht Charters, Gore Bay, Ontario
Sailing with: Anne Hurley, Madeline Krause & Mark Longacre
Notes: Great kayaking & sights in Baie Fine. N Western storm 5th day

July 21 – August 3, 2007 (two weeks!)
Destination: Desolation Sound, BC. via San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands, the Sunshine Coast and back
again.
Boat: 34’ Bavaria “Firefly”
From: San Juan Sailing, Bellingham, WA
Sailing with: my wife, Anne Hurley
Notes: On this trip we traveled approximately 400 miles. The winds were fickle providing some great days of
sailing and others most suitable for motoring. Fortunately the two times we had to cross the Strait of Georgia
we had excellent winds. Putting out of Bellingham, we stopped at Stuart Island for the first night. We cleared
customs in Sydney the next day and sailed onto Montague Harbor in the Gulf Islands. We timed our
approach for slack tide to sail through Dodd Narrow to Nanaimo. Then it was over to Pender Harbor for a
night and then onto Lund for the next night. We had three days in Desolation Sound before heading back
south. With little to no wind, we motored an entire day, going from Desolation Sound to the delightful town of
Gibson’s Landing. That day we covered approximately 100 statute miles in about 12 hours. We time saved
from the long day provided us with three final days in the San Juan Islands.

July 28 – August 4, 2006
Destination: Lake Michigan, Leelanau Peninsula, Lake Charlevoix, & Petoskey
Boat: 34’ Catalina “Splash Dance”
From: Bay Breeze Yacht Charters, Traverse City, MI
Sailing with: my wife, Anne Hurley & Mark Longacre
Notes: Good cruising grounds. We had a chance to explore Lake Charlevoix, which scenic and a delight to
sail on. Anchoring off of the State Park beach gave us a chance to hike the shore, swim and get a break
from the heat. We had nice sailing conditions with the exception of Tuesday & Wednesday, when a series of
sever storms blew through. We were safely tucked into Petoskey harbor and enjoyed the view from there.

July 24 – 31, 2005
Destination: Coastal Maine. Departed from Rockland, sailed to North Haven, Eggemoggin Reach, Center
Harbor, Isla au Haut & Vinalhaven.
Boat: Hunter 295 “Exit”
From: Johanson Boatworks, Rockland ME
Sailing with: my wife, Anne Hurley
Notes: Incredible cruising grounds with many wonderful anchorages. Notable stops include: Holbrook Island,
Eggemoggin Reach, the Wooden Boat School, Isle Au Haut & North Haven. Beware the lobster pots when
motoring. There are literally millions. When sailing our keel slid right over them.

July 25 - 30, 2004
Destination: Tour the Apostle Islands in SW Lake Superior. (Nice anchorages in Oak, Sand & Strawberry
Islands)
Boat: 32’ Benetau “Water Music”
From: Superior Sailing, Bayfield WI
Sailing with: David Shaw
Notes: Excellent winds & anchorages. Had to repair traveler track, which came off mounts.

July 27 – August 1, 2003
Destination: Tour of San Juan Islands including Sucia, Johns, San Juan, Orcas & Cypress
Boat: Lord Nelson 36’ “Magic”
From: San Juan Sailing, Bellingham, WA
Sailing with: Mark Longacre
Notes: Clear & mild with steady winds all week. This was the nicest boat I ever sailed, complete with marble
counters and many other fine amenities.

June 23 - 29, 2002
Destination: Northport, Charlevoix, Leland, Manitou Island, Northport, Traverse City
Boat: Catalina 28’
From: Bay Breeze Yacht Charters, Traverse City, MI
Sailing with: Mark Longacre
Notes: Heavy fog out of Charlevoix

2001 – This is the year I didn’t go a sailing trip. (But was enjoying my new Catalina 27’)

August 13-19, 2000
Destination: Manitoulin Island & N Channel Whaleback Channel - Spanish - Fox Island
Boat: Pearson 34’
From: Canadian Yacht Charters, Gore Bay, Ontario
Sailing with: Mark Longacre & Bob Woodling
Notes: N Western gales 2nd & 3rd day
August 29 - September 4, 1999
Destination: Manitoulin Island - N Lake Huron - Whaleback Channel - Eagle Island
Boat: Pearson 34’
From: Canadian Yacht Charters, Gore Bay, Ontario
Sailing with: Mark Longacre & Bob Woodling
Notes: Clear & mild all week

August 1998
Destination: Sturgeon Bay, WI - Green Bay - Fayette, UP MI
Boat: Chris Craft 38’ Tomahawk
From: Classic Yachts, Sturgeon Bay, WI
Sailing with: Mark Longacre, Tom Brandt & Bob Woodling
Note: Moderate to Rough. Strong N Wind & 6 foot swells 3rd-4th day

September 1997
Destination: Sturgeon Bay, WI - Green Bay - Fayette, UP MI
Boat: 30’ Sea Sprite
From: Classic Yachts, Sturgeon Bay, WI
Sailing with: Mark Longacre & Tom Brandt
Notes: Experienced gales fourth day. Sought shelter in the bay at Horseshoe Island

August 1996
Destination: Sturgeon Bay, WI - Green Bay
Boat: 28’ Sea Sprite
From: Classic Yachts, Sturgeon Bay, WI
Sailing with: Mark Longacre
Notes: Beat to windward first two days with 4-6 foot swells.

September 10, 1995
Sailing Course: ASA Bareboat Chartering
Boat: Pearson 38’
From: San Juan Sailing
Bellingham, WA

July 1995
Charter Destination: Great South Bay - Fire Island
Boat: Hunter 27
From: Cook Yachts, Bay Shore, NY
Sailing with: Marty Hedler & Suzanne Kirk
Notes: This was a brand new boat and unfortunately not fully equipped. (Not even a compass!)

August 31, 1994
Charter Destination: Great South Bay - Fire Island
Boat: Hunter 30
From: Cook Yachts, Bay Shore, NY
Sailing with: Hurley family

August 17, 1993
Sailing Course: ASA Basic Coastal Cruising
Boat: 30 Catalina
From: Bay Breeze Yacht Charters
Traverse City, MI

								
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