Location (Residence): Clearwater Beach, United States Citizenship:United States
English United States Other:
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Work Authorization & Relocation:
High School in General Studies Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States Present Location: USA, Tampa Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
To secure a long term, challenging and rewarding positionas captain, where prior experience, personal ability, and a
commitment to professionalism are valuable assets.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
May 05 – present ABLE BODY LABOR, 82’ Lazzarra + manage 4 sportfish boats
Operational Captain on 82’ Lazzarra
Managing Captain four sport fishing vessels, three captains and crew plus two tenders
Also responsible for overseeing the operations of two of the owner’s homes, miscellaneous
vehicles. Responsible for all aspects of management including budgeting, itineraries,
maintenance schedules, etc.
Cruising areas include Gulf of Mexico, South Florida, and New England.
Jun 98 – Dec 02 M/Y MYSTIQUE, 70’ Hatteras
Captain. Private yacht with busy cruising schedule, traveling throughout the entire
Caribbean all the way down to Venezuela.
Aug 96 – Sept 97 M/Y LAST MONEY, 98’ Broward
Captain. Delivery from Venezuela to Fort Lauderdale. Managed refit, including re-plating
of hull. Acted as owner’s agent in the planning and preparation for the shipping of the
yacht to SE Asia. Received the yacht in Singapore. Delivery to Thailand, via Indonesia
July 95 – June 96 M/Y UNFORGETTABLE, 80’ Versil M/Y BLUE EYES, 92’ Falcon
Captain. Cruising with Unforgettable during summer 95 in New England.
Took delivery of Blue Eyes, and managed extensive refit including installation of Atlas
ShorPower™ unit. Winter 96, managed replacement of main engines due to factory
defects. In between yard periods traveled the Keys and Bahamas.
Oct 94 – June 95 BROWARD MARINE, INC.
Yard Captain. Deliveries, sea trials, and trips with new owners and guests in Florida
and the Bahamas on various vessels 88’ to 105’.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
2007 – 2008 MARITIME PROFESSIONAL TRAINING, Fort Lauderdale, FL
All schooling and classes necessary to upgrade to 1600 ton USCG license
-Medical Person in Charge
-Life Boatman/Rescue Boat
-Bridge Resource Management
-Deck Officer/Terrestrial Navigation
1988 USCG BOATSWAINS MATE CLASS “A” SCHOOL, Restracen, Yorktown, VA
#1 Class Graduate
USCG Outstanding Seaman Award
1986 USCG RECRUIT BASIC TRAINING, Rectracen, Cape May, NJ
US Naval League Outstanding Recruit Award Winner
1984 – 1986 SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS UNIVERSITY, North Dartmouth, MA
1983 – 1984 KENTS HILL PREP SCHOOL, Post graduate year, Augusta, ME
1979 – 1983 SCITUATE HIGH SCHOOL, Scituate, MA
• USCG Master 1600/3000 ton ITC Oceans • GMDSS Certified
• Advanced Shipboard Fire Fighting • Medical Person in Charge
• Advanced Radar Observer with ARPA • STCW 95
• Celestial Navigation • Merchant Mariner’s Card
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]