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Summer 2006 Training Ship GOLDEN BEAR, Deck Cadet

• Performed watchstanding duties as watch officer, navigator, and bridge team manager

Summer 2006 Training Ship GOLDEN BEAR, Engineering Cadet

• Performed watchstanding duties as fireman, oiler, and wiper

Summer 2004 Training Ship GOLDEN BEAR, Deck Cadet

• Performed watchstanding duties as helmsmen, lookout, and security

Spring 2004 Japanese Training Ship HOKUTO MARU, English speaking Deck Cadet

• Performed watchstanding duties as English instructor in Standard Maritime Communications Procedure (SMCP)


2007-2008 Royal Caribbean Cruises International, Second Officer Miami, FL

• The Second Officer is a Watch Keeping Officer in charge of a Navigational Watch or is assisting a First Officer during such watch. The Second Officer is also assigned some of the following tasks: Keeps maintenance records for all navigational equipment. Corrections to charts, pilot books, light lists and other emergency signaling equipment. Supervises the maintenance of ship's lifeboats, rescue boats, tenders. Supervision of inspections and maintenance of the ships' portable fire-fighting equipment. Ensures operation and inspection of watertight doors. Supervises testing of fire screen doors. In conjunction with Safety and Security Officers and other marine officers, trains the crew in safety.

2007-2008 Star of Honolulu Cruises & Events, Captain Honolulu, HI

• Master for the MV Star of Honolulu

• Vessel Security Officer

• Managed day to day operations of vessel

2003-2006 California Maritime Academy, Student employment Vallejo, CA

• Assisted on campus student as student tutor

• Coordinated campus tours for Admission Department

2005 Hawaii Tug and Barge, Commercial Cruise Honolulu, HI

• Performed the duties of deck cadet, standing underway watches and assisting on deck operations

• Directed the overhaul of navigational equipment and publications for all vessels

2005 U.S. Navy, USS PELELIU LHA-5, Navy Training Cruise San Diego, CA

• Coordinated the arrival, training and departure of 150 midshipmen during the course of training cruise

• Performed the duties of a divisional officer, operations department.

• Assisted in several maintenance and operational overhauls

2002-2003 Paradise Cruises, LTD. (Star of Honolulu) Honolulu, HI

• Managed small restaurant staff

• Supervised and organized overhaul of training and advancement program


California Maritime Academy, CSU, Vallejo, CA

Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation, April 2007,

with all accompanying certifications

U.S Coast Guard Third Mate License

STCW 1995 compliant



• Qualified Member of the Engineering Department (QMED)

• Fast Rescue Boat Certified (FRB)

• Company/Vessel/Facility Security Officer Certificate

• Basic/Advance Marine Firefighter Certified

• Maritime Security Awareness Certificate

• USCG Person in charge of Medical Certificate

• WMD Awareness Certificate



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United States Naval Reserve – Individual Ready Reserve Officer (O-1)

Waipahu, HI,
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