of our crew.
We welcome fully registered and licensed USCG captains to list here, as a resource for owners looking for captains.
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Are you already a captain? Looking to join a yacht in Nantucket? We would like to welcome you to list your name here, for selection by one of our owners in Nantucket and other fine ports.
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Please include the types of vessels you wish to captain, when and where you are available, your experience and credentials.
Not a captain, but want to be part of our crew? We welcome everyone who loves yachts and the sea. Tell us a little but about yourself, and what you would like to do!
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We look forward to answering your questions.
Meet our captains
Captain Joe Shea
I have been on boats my whole life. I’ve captained and crewed boats up and down the inter coastal in good weather and bad, I’ve run a downeast lobster boat, Whalers, and sport yachts around Nantucket Sound for years, and do fishing tournaments when I can. I always have a great time on the water. Looking forward to taking the helm for your next trip!
– Captain Joe
Home Port: Falmouth, MA
License: USCG Master, 100 ton
Favorite Boat to Run: Trawler or Sport Fisher
Fun Fact: My summer job was lobstering, starting when I was ten years old.
Captain Justin Burr
I grew up on the Cape and Islands and have been on the water my whole life. Over the last 20 years as a Captain on vessels 30 to 90 feet. I have Captained both Private and charter vessels all over the East Coast, Caribbean, Pacific NW and even some time in the Med. I always come back to New England, I love spending the day on the water and meeting new people and showing them a great day exploring the Cape and Islands
– Justin Burr
Home Port: Nantucket/Cape Cod, MA
License: USCG Master 100 ton
Favorite Boat to Run: Cruisers, Hinckley, downcast boats and trawlers
Fun Fact: Made my first boat
I have over fifteen years of experience, and have captained 100’s of yachts and Commercial vessels, from Maine to Grenada, Southern California to Mexico.
– John Baum
Home Port: New York
License: Master 200GRT Motor/Sail Near Coastal
Favorite Boat to Run: Too many to list
Fun Fact: I train sailing instructors for ASA