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Objective


To seek employment in the maritime industry in a responsible position that offers opportunity for further growth as a professional licensed mariner.


Experience


April 2004 to Present

Delta Queen Steamboat Company, New Orleans, Louisiana

Pilot

• Responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel at all times and in a timely manner.

• Responsible for all Federal, State and Local regulations.

• Responsible for the safety of all persons on board the vessel.



November 2002 to Present

DNC Delta Queen Steamboat Company, New Orleans, Louisiana

Second Mate/Chief Mate

• Responsibilities include the safety of passengers and crew, supervising ten deckhands on assigned duties and daily maintenance of the vessel.

• Also assisted in preparing the vessel for its quarterly and annual United States Coast Guard Inspections.

• Responsible for responding to medical emergencies of passengers as well as crewmembers.

• Standing Pilothouse watch while vessel is underway and assist Pilot as a member of the vessel’s bridge team.

• Responsible for training all new crew members in all Subchapter W topics and also security policies of the company.



April 2002 to Present – part time

Spirit of Newport, Newport, Rhode Island

Master m/v Spirit of Newport

• Responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel

• Responsible for daily maintenance of vessel and supervision of 3 crewmembers on board vessel.

• Preparing the vessel for United States Coast Guard inspections.

• Prepared purchasing requisitions for vessel supplies and managed vessel budget.



October 2001 to April 2002

Seaboats Inc., Fall River, Massachusetts

Ordinary Seaman / Deckhand

• Performed routine duties as deckhand aboard coastwise towing vessel regularly sailing between West Palm Beach, FL and ports along US eastern seaboard.

• Also assisted engineers with routine maintenance in engine room.



March 1998 to October 2001

AMCV - Delta Queen Steamboat Company, New Orleans, Louisiana

Second Mate / 3-01 to 10-01

• Responsibilities include the safety of passengers and crew, supervising ten deckhands on assigned duties and daily maintenance of the vessel.

• Also assisted in preparing the vessel for its quarterly and annual United States Coast Guard Inspections.

• Responsible for responding to medical emergencies of passengers as well as crewmembers.

• Standing Pilothouse watch while vessel is underway and assist Pilot as a member of the vessel’s bridge team.



March 1995 to March 1998

Bay Queen Cruises, Warren, Rhode Island

Lead Deckhand / Engineer

• Responsible for the safety of the passengers and crew, mooring of the vessel, assigning and supervising daily duties, general maintenance of the vessel such as painting and cleaning, up keep of navigational equipment.

• Responsible for the inspection of all safety and fire safety equipment.


Education


1993 Graduate of Bristol High School Bristol, RI

1998 Delgado Community College New Orleans, LA

Training for Advanced Fire Fighting

1999 Delgado Community College New Orleans, LA

Training for Radar Observer (Unlimited)

2000 The River School Memphis, TN

Prep course for USCG licensing

2006 American Maritime Officers Ft.Lauderdale,FL

Star Center


Certification


United States Coast Guard Merchant Mariner’s License and Documents

• Master of Great Lakes and Inland Waters, Any Gross Tons / First Class Pilotage LMR New Orleans, LA Mile 95.8 to Baton Rouge, LA Mile 234.0

• United States Coast Guard Merchant Mariner’s Document / MMD

• Rated as Able Body Seamen Unlimited

• Basic Safety Training, 24hr Medical Provider, 40hr Medical Person in Charge, Drug and Alcohol Awareness in a Workplace, Proficiency in Survival Craft ( Lifeboat )


Skils

 


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