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Experience & Qualifications
Job Categories: Offshore Vessels
Position(s): Master/Mate, 1600 Ton, Master/Mate, 500 Ton, Mate, OSV
Nationality: United States
Gulf of Mexico Experience: Previously worked in the GOM? Yes
Currently working in the GOM? Yes
Twic Card? Yes
Safe Gulf Card? Yes
BOSIET Card? No
Huet Card? No
US Coast Guard Endorsements: NC
BRM
BST
PSC
GMDSS
Radar
Towing
OSV
Domestic, NC
Last Medical Exam: 2010-10-15

Resume
MARITIME QUALIFICATIONS

USCG 500 3000 ITC OSV-Ton Master Near Coastal, DPO Basic Radar, Sailing, Towing, STCW-95, MORP, GMDSS, Advance Firefighting, Medical Provider, Bridge Resource Management MMD/AB Special, TWIC, Safe gulf

MARITIME EXPERIENCE

Sailed from the Florida Keys to Maine and the Gulf of Mexico with some Caribbean. Extensive knowledge of the ICW, all the waters of New England, New York Harbor to Albany, including Long Island Sound, Chesapeake and Delaware Bays.


Legacy Offshore
Fill in Mate November 2012-Present
DVS Sun River
Stand an navigational watch
Daily vessel and safety paperwork
Conduct daily safety meetings
Conduct weekly drills


MadCon Diving
Two-week trip job July 2012
AB
Stand navigational watch
Sanitary deities

Yacht Starship Cruise
January 2012-May 2012
Senior Captain
• Captain on 130 & 180 foot Dinning Yachts
• Over saw the marine dept.
• Managed all maritime crew and created working schedules
• Helped create and manage working vessel budgets
• Oversaw all USCG inspections


American Cruise Lines
April 2011-December 2011
First Mate on a dual watch vessel-Captain/First Mate
• 230 Foot Overnight passenger cruise ship that travels along the inland and coastal waterways of the East Coast.
• Maintain the safety of the passengers, crew and vessel
• Operate safe navigation of vessel
• Responsible for supervision and training of Deckhands
• Ensure vessel is maintained in safe operating condition and kept in compliance with all applicable Coast Guard regulations
• Tasked with all administrative functions including logs and reports



Spirit of Philadelphia, Entertainment Cruises Inc, Philadelphia, Pa.
March 2007- July 2010
Captain / Dir. Of Marine Operations
• Safely operate 200 ft/600 Passenger dinner vessel.
• Directly supervises the Captains, Mates, Deckhands, and other Crewmembers in all areas of Marine Transportation Safety, Security, General Maintenance and Training.
• Responsible for managing and maintaining financial budgets in adherence to the    company’s fiscal plan.
• Responsible for the Vessel Safety and Security Plans to insure compliance with the US Coast Guard Office of Homeland Security Rules and Regulations.
• Coordinate weekly schedules for all maritime crew and oversee crew and daily    maintenance of the vessel.
• Routinely schedules, conducts and evaluate, Watch Quarter Station Bill Emergency Drills in accordance with US Coast Guard regulations, and conducts Safety Meetings in conformance with Entertainment Cruises policy, to ensure a routinely efficient and safe operation of the vessel at all times and the proper use of equipment during any possible onboard emergency.


Sebago Watersports, Key West, FL
April 2006-Dec 2006
Captain / Operations Manager
• Supervised daily operations.
• Supervised maintenance of fleet: 3 catamarans (55ft, 65ft and 75ft), 2 parasail boats, and 7 smaller vessels.
• Oversaw and prepared vessels for all USCG inspections.
• Coordinated weekly schedules for more than 40 employees and 7 daily trips.
• Managed all maritime employees.


Palm Breeze Charters, Boca Raton, FL
Dec 2005-April 2006
Captain
• Performed daily operations.
• Interacted with charter guests to ensure their satisfaction.
• Maintained all aspects of the vessels.

C&G Marine and Trico, Gulf of Mexico
2004-2005
AB Special Deckhand
• Stand 12 hour navigational watch.
• Securing the vessel to and from the dock and the oil platform.
• Daily maintenance including painting and basic engine maintenance

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