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Andrew Knott

Andrew's love of the sea began when he started coming to the Keys in his teenage years and through college summers to serve as crew on board the Boy Scout's Florida National High Adventure Sea Base.  Andrew knew that captaining was the life for him, but first completed his bachelors degrees in finance and in entrepreneurship.  With those degrees in hand,he moved to the Keys, qualified as a USCG 50 ton captain, and you would never know that he wasn't a Key West native.  He is a master of local waters and is an accomplished fishing charter captain as well as private sailing charters.

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Gregg Billman

Grew up on St Croix, USVI in the 1970s and 80s.  Sailing since 14 years old….from small Hobies to 45’+ monos to 46’+ cats.  Retired USAF: flew F-111s and F-15s.  Retired defense industry VP (and corporate pilot): national security space industry.  Currently living in Stock Island Village Marina with his wife on their 2006 Leopard 40 which they have owned since new, and have done extensive modifications to for eventual worldwide cruising.  100 ton master certified with sailing and towing endorsements.

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Jules Owen

Sea or sky, Jules does it all.  She first moved to Key West 10 years ago to earn her 100 ton captain's license.  She has owned and lived on her own sailboat while captaining different catamarans and then spent 6 years sailing the Carribbean.  For her next challenge, Jules received her pilot's license and became a skydiving instructor.  Jules also offers e-foiling lessons if you want to add on to your charter booking!

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Jordy Gardiner

Born in Key West and raised in Florida, where he grew up racing 16' hobie cats.  Jordy graduated from the College of the FL Keys in marine diesel engine mechanics.  He has captained and crewed on many types of vessels, including fishing boats, catamarans, and the Yankee Freedom ferry.  Jordy has a 100 ton master's license with sailing endorsement.  In his free time, he enjoys spear fishing and scuba diving.

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Steve Anderson

 Originally from a cattle ranch in Texas, he grew up in Tampa and has been living in the Florida keys on and off since 2009. Steve attended Eckerd College, at which time he worked as a dive master. After graduating, he set out to Kodiak, Alaska to commercially fish. He earned his 100 ton license and began working on a live aboard diving boat, taking multi-day excursions to the Tortugas. Steve captained schooners, catamarans in Key West as large as 70ft, as well as private yacht charters. He has operated tow boats through some of Florida's hairiest inlets. He loves fishing, wakeboarding and pretty much anything having to do with the ocean. 

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Nathalie Meyers

Nathalie has sailed all of her life and has always had the passion to be a captain. Recently returning to Key West from sailing down the the Dominican Republic, she is ready captain again! She has a Bachelors in Journalism and Photography, a USCG 50 ton captain's license with towing and sailing endorsements, and currently holds the International Underwater Spearfishing Assoc world record in the womens' pole spear category.  Nathalie is a talented underwater photographer, and her photography services can be added on to any charter upon request.

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Britt Baker

Britt carries a USCG 25 Ton Master Captain’s License with Sailing and Towing Endorsement.  For more than 30 years, Britt has sailed extensively through the Carribbean, Florida Keys, and up and down the east coast of the United States.  Britt is an experienced delivery captain, sailboat racer, avid diver, and wind surfer.