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Master Oceans 3000 tons ITC, Port Captain, Marine Supervisor


To obtain a stable long term Master’s position with a technically advanced, dynamic, and growing company which offers me the opportunity to fully utilize my vast marine experience, knowledge, and skills within a challenging and dynamic environment, and offers the opportunity and supports my strong desire to continue to develop and advance my professional knowledge and skill sets, and the ability to stay on top of the rapidly changing technological advances within the marine industry.


Master/Port Captain, Southern States Offshore 1996- Present

Master of DP-1 equipped 205’offshore supply vessel operating in the U. S. Gulf of Mexico. Port Captain/Project Manager for various new vessel construction, conversion and repair projects.

Owner, Ocean Marine Services 1997- 2009

Marine survey and inspection services, vessel repair and construction project management services and consulting services.

Master, Sealcraft Operators, Inc. 1991- 1996

Master of various seismic survey vessels including multi-streamer, single streamer, source, and bottom cable vessels operating in both U.S. and foreign waters.

Owner, Marine Resource Consultants 1990- 1991

Marine employment placement services, vessel deliveries, yacht maintenance, inspection, and management services.

Master, General Electric Government Services 1987- 1990

Master of sea based aerostat radar surveillance vessel contracted to the U. S. Government engaged in law enforcement and national security intelligence gathering operations.

Master, Tag Fleet, Inc. 1984- 1987

Mate/Master of various offshore supply vessels operating in the U. S. Gulf of Mexico.

Non-Commissioned Officer, U. S. Coast Guard 1979- 1983

Law Enforcement Boarding Officer and Navigator U. S. Coast Guard. Graduate National Maritime Law Enforcement School, U.S. Navy QM “A” and SM “A” Schools. Engaged in drug/migration interdiction operations, fisheries enforcement, and other various maritime law enforcement operations, search and rescue, and pollution response operations in U.S. and foreign waters



? 3000 ton (ITC) Master, All Oceans, Radar Observer Unlimited and ARPA

? DPO Basic and Advanced Course completion certifications (Nautical Institute)

? STCW 95 Endorsement and GMDSS Radio Operators License

? 100 ton Master Sail Auxiliary, All Oceans

? Vessel Security Officer (VSO)

? On-Board Assessor Master/Mate

? Valid TWIC and U.S. Passport

? Safe Gulf, CPR, and First Aid


As a licensed Master since 1984 and former Marine Surveyor I have amassed a great deal of experience in the operation, repair, and construction of a variety of vessel types. These include seismic research vessels, aerostat, small container, RO/RO, and OSV’s, in the 165’ to 285’ length range and sailing vessels. I have served as a Master both on domestic and international voyages and on vessels under U.S. Government charter. Additionally I have over 6 years experience as Master of DP-1 equipped vessels.

U. S. Coast Guard experience offers me an excellent back ground in maritime law and vessel inspection, vessel and operational safety, pollution response, navigation, search and rescue, and heavy weather operations.

I have also held the status of Accredited Marine Surveyor with the Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors for ten years and I am a former member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the American Boat and Yacht Council.


Pensacola, FL,
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