Captain Charles Sade – Charles has nearly 30 years of inland, near coastal and offshore sailing experience. Charles is a 25 Ton USCG Licensed Captain with Auxiliary Sail and Commercial Assisted Towing Endorsements. Charles is also a RYA/MCA Offshore Yachtmaster for commercial sailing vessels up to 200 tons. Charles provides charter captain services at Lake of the Ozarks during the summer and spends his winters providing captain services in Anitgua and other Caribbean islands. He holds ASA 101, 103, 104 and 118 certificates, as well as the IPC.
Captain Matthew Hahn – Matthew has over 30 years experience in operating marine vessels. He has been a licensed captain since 2007 and has over 2000 documented sea days. He holds a USCG 100 Ton Master Captain with Commercial Assistance Towing Endorsement. He holds an ASA Bareboat Cruising Certificate.
Matthew provides USCG authorized training for persons seeking OUPV (6 Pack), Master of Vessel and Towing Endorsements as defined by 46 CFR 10.205(I) and 46 CFR 10.209(c)(iii) and is a senior instructor with World Wide Marine Training of Oriental, NC.
Captain Karl Weber – Karl became a professional mariner in 2010. He started out driving boats to take people scuba diving and snorkeling. Karl has been a licensed captain since 2010, holding a 100 Ton Master Captain with Sail Endorsement. Karl offers on board training for new owners on boat sailing and power vessels.
Captain J. Stefany Coulter – Stefany holds a USCG 50 Ton Master Captain. She has over 10,000 miles of inland, coastal and offshore water experience. Stefany has experience with deliveries from the Atlantic northeast to Florida, Bermuda to St. Thomas, Gulf of Mexico, Long Island Sound and on the Hudson River.
Joseph “Nikko” Lorenczi – Nikko has over 40 years of sailing experience and is a Master Shipwright, specializing in wooden boat restoration. Nikko has over 50,000 documented sea miles and a circumnavigation.
Captain Tony Stone – Tony has been a licensed USCG Captain since 1987. Tony holds a 100 Ton Master License as well as clearance to run government vessels. In his over 30 years experience, he has delivered boats up and down the eastern seaboard; Tampa to Key West to Conneticut. New York to Albany along the Hudson River to Erie Canal, west to Oswego Canal, Lake Ontario, Niagra – Welland Canal from St. Cathryns to Port Colbourn and on into the Great Lakes. Offshore deliveries, Jacksonville to Bermuda, TransAtlantic crossings from Canary Islands to Virgin Islands, Miami to Jamaica, Miami to Bahamas Including Bimini, Abacos, Exumas, Miami to Cancun Mexico, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic. Tony speacializes in power driven vessels 50 to 150 ft range, having extensive familiarization with multiple propulsion systems ie. IPS, ZEUS, XENTA, CAT, JET DRIVES and quad outboard rigs.
Captain Blaine Parks – Blaine is a USCG 50 Ton Master since 2006. His background includes Open-Ocean yacht deliveries for corporate & private yacht owners. Yacht management, instruction and skill-building training for owners. Adventure opportunities for people wanting to cross oceans aboard sailing vessels. As a former military special ops, corporate manager and ocean-crossing yacht delivery captain/entrepreneur, Blaine now has the pleasure of helping create life-changing adventures and team building experiences for his clients.
Captain Martin Parr – Martin holds RYA/MCA Yachtmaster Offshore/Boat Captain, including auxiliary engines and CEVNI. He is a former member of the Royal Navy with full certification as a Coxswain, Navigator for motor and sailing vessels up to 110’. Martin started sailing in 1954 and solo sailing since 1963 with over 80,000 sea miles. Martin’s passion for ocean sailing and routing and meteorology is well known, including a gold medal presented to him by both the French and Canadian authorities in 2008 for undertaking this work (free of charge), in taking 60 yachts in both directions from La Rochelle – Quebec – La Rochelle. Known as the Grande Traversée de l’Atlantique, this was part of the festivities celebrating the 400th anniversary of the founding of Quebec. This included taking a number of yachts through the eye of massive hurricane Bertha in real time. Martin lives in Scotland and provides deliveries worldwide.
Captain Ray McCormack – Ray is a USCG 100 Ton Master with over 40 years of experience in vessels of up to 150′. Ray is a US Sailing ans ASA instructor and is actively involved in Go-Sailing.org, a non-profit sailing organization providing sailing opportunities for those who do not have access. Ray is one of the US Sailing Principle Race Officers for the Pacific Northwest.