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MMC Driver

— Ned Bancroft, Sunday 19-May-2024

Old Greenwich Yacht Club looking for drivers summer 2024.

Boat Captain

— Cardinal Point Captains, Thursday 16-May-2024

(CPC) is seeking USCG licensed (100-ton) captain to provide vessel support to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Sanctuaries West Coast Region Office (WCRO) in Monterey, CA. WCRO operates two small research vessels, R/V Fulmar, a 67-foot aluminum catamaran, and R/V Tegula, a 22-foot fiberglass Radon boat. The vessels support research, resource protection, and education and outreach missions.



Tasks

Serve as the operator in charge (OIC) during vessels missions; ensure the safe navigation and mechanical operation of the vessels, as indicated by the NOAA small vessel policy guidelines, vessel operation manual, and vessels standing orders

Perform regular vessel maintenance and light repairs such as boat checks, fueling, vessel logs, fluid changes, cleaning and more

Diagnose marine engine malfunctions and effect repairs to restore equipment to an operating condition

Conduct regular safety drills and training for crewmember and cruise leader/participants as appropriate. Adhere to all NOAA safety requirements, trainings, and administration.



Qualifications

At least 2 years of experience working on small boats performing scientific/oceanographic missions, or similar

Ability to work collegially with scientists, natural resources managers, and educators

Experience directing and overseeing complex at-sea operations

Experience operating overhead load handling equipment such as winches, cranes, A-Frames, and small cranes

Experience performing routine maintenance tasks on marine engine and systems

Working knowledge of current U.S. Coast Guard inland and International navigation rules

Working knowledge of FCC marine radio licensing requirements and operations procedures, including marine distress communications

Physically able to lift and carry 75 pounds to assist with mission mobilization and maintenance

Physically able to work in confined machinery spaces and in remote and rugged offshore environments

Possess an active USCG license (100 tons or above)

Current Frist Aid, CPR and AED certifications

Have a valid US state issued drivers license

Note: WCRO vessels are non-smoking vessels



AAP/EEO Statement

CPC is an EEO employer. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.



Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Small Boat Captain - Savannah, GA

— Cardinal Point Captains, Tuesday 14-May-2024

Job Type

Full-time

Description



(CPC) is seeking an experienced and well-qualified boat captain to provide vessel support to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Grays Reef National Marine Sanctuary (GRNMS), homeported at the University of Georgias Skidaway Institute of Oceanography (SkIO) at Skidaway Island, Savannah, GA. GRNMS operates and maintains a newly built 52 aluminum catamaran research vessel, R5202, and a 36 rigid hull inflatable boat, R3601, to support scientific research and long-term monitoring activities, resource protection activities (e.g., mapping, habitat characterization, marine debris, invasive species, response), education and outreach activities, and assistance with local emergency response situations. The vessels support activities such as scuba diving, glider and ROV deployment, and deploying and retrieving instruments from the sanctuary and along the South Atlantic Bight. Missions may require extended transit and temporary mooring from Cape Hatteras, NC, to Cape Canaveral, FL.



CPC is looking for a boat captain with experience with missions in the field of marine sciences. Our ideal candidate will not only be a capable boat handler but also experienced in the maintenance of small boats.



Tasks



- Ensure the safe navigation and mechanical operation of the vessel in which assigned, at all times, in accordance with all NOAA, National Ocean Service (NOS), Office National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS) policy guidelines, vessel operations manuals, vessel standing orders, and specifically NOAA Small Boat Standards and Procedures Manual (NSBSPM), NOA 209-125, MARPOL, and COLREGS.

- Exercise prudent judgment at all times. Be willing, able, and capable of responding to shipboard emergencies and actively participate in drills. Conduct periodic fire, man overboard and abandon ship drills on shore or when underway.

- Help maintain vessels and marine facilities on an as-needed basis. Ensure vessels are maintained in accordance with the NOAA Small Boat Program requirements. - Document all work completed in an online vessel maintenance log and update the preventative maintenance database.

- Help develop and refine sanctuary management documents, including marine standard operating, maintenance procedures for all vessels, guidance documents for partner organizations, and education and outreach materials.

- Assist the Vessel Operations Coordinator with logistical details including arranging for fuel, pier space, and delivery of repair parts, galley stores, and supplies in harbors as required.

- Conduct an Operational Risk Assessment with crew members prior to getting underway. This includes assessing weather and sea-state forecasts for the mission area.

- Coordinate and support emergent repairs to small boat assets as required. Provide oversight during shipyard and repair periods. Help coordinate engineering work requiring certified technician assistance from engineering contractors, naval architects, electricians, and marine surveyors if required.

- Verify cruise and float plans and communicate with the shore-side point of contact frequently when underway.

- Conduct the vessel pre-departure checklist, hold a safety briefing for all embarked personnel at the start of every cruise day, and ensure that all safety procedures are understood and adhered to while underway.

- Help coordinate, prepare for, and participate in annual inspection of vessels, including an annual review risk assessment for each vessel.

- Help maintain the GRNMS warehouse and vessel equipment lockers in a clean and orderly manner, including the inventory and control of supplies and equipment.

- Attend required training on an as-needed basis.

- Document all vessel-related activities in the ships Log.



Requirements



- Possess an active USCG license (100 tons or above). No candidates will be considered for this position without a 100-ton license.

- Current Frist Aid, CPR and AED certifications.

- At least 2 years of experience working on NOAA vessels, or similar research or law enforcement vessels embarked with scientific personnel.

- Ability to work collegially with scientists, natural resources managers, and educators.

- Experience operating overhead load handling equipment such as winches, cranes, A-Frames, and small cranes.

- Experience operating small boats to support scuba dive operations, including operations at anchor and live boating.

- Experience with deployment and recovery of scientific equipment and divers.

- Experience performing maintenance and troubleshooting tasks on marine systems.

- Physically able to lift and carry 75 pounds to assist with mission mobilization and maintenance.



Other Duties



Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.



AAP/EEO Statement



CPC is an EEO employer. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.



Salary Description

$18-$34/hour

Seeking NC Boat Captains for Video Project - Around Pamlico

— Bri Barnum, Thursday 02-May-2024

Hello,



My production company, Bright Bay Creative LLC, is working on a video project that is shooting in the Pamlico Sound. We are looking to hire a handful of captains to operate our boats and/or their personal boats. This would be for 2-3 days of work currently scheduled for sometime between 5/8 - 5/12. Would love to connect with anyone interested and available to go over more details.



Thank you!

Job Opportunity: Boat Captain (Seasonal)

— Vannessa R, Tuesday 30-Apr-2024

We are seeking a dedicated and skilled Boat Captain for a full-time seasonal position in Sag Harbor, NY, overseeing our 52' Flybridge. This role involves coordinating all aspects of boat operations, from maintenance to transportation, stocking, liaising with the dock master as needed, and ensuring adherence to safety protocols. Expectations include 3-4 working days per week, with some downtime.

Requirements:
- Valid boating license
- Minimum 3 years of experience with a similar sized vessel
- In-depth knowledge of boating, safety protocols, and related regulations
- Strong communication Skills
- Ability to adapt to changing schedules
- Flexibility in work hours
- Team player mindset for working closely with Chief of Staff as needed
- Self-driven with a proactive, can-do attitude
- References required

This role also offers the potential to return for future seasons. If you meet these qualifications and are passionate about boating, we'd love to hear from you. Please submit your resume and cover letter highlighting your relevant experience.

Summer Sailing Captains Wanted in the Keys

— Harry Fink, Monday 29-Apr-2024

Looking for Sailing Captains for 2-12 weeks in Islamorada. FL. Easy three day charters teaching Boy Scouts a little about sailing, knot tying, navigation and life on the water. $1500/week. 41' Morgan and 44' CSY 727-692-8921

Boat Pilot

— Capital Sand Company, Monday 22-Apr-2024

Company is currently recruiting a River Pilot for our Cement Towing Division based in the Mid-Missouri area. The pilot is responsible for the overall safety of the crew, vessel, tow, and cargo during their watch. The pilot must be able to relocate to the Jefferson City, MO area.



Work Schedule: Trips typically are for 8-10 days at a time, time in between travel can vary. Once barges are unloaded Pilot and crew must be ready to leave on the next trip. Please see the description for downtime expectations when not traveling.



RESPONSIBILITIES

Safely navigate the barges in tow while assuring the remainder of the crew performs their daily functions

Operate in strict compliance with all company policies and USCG compliance regulations pertaining to drug, alcohol, pollution, safety, and vessel compliance.

Ensure vessel navigation equipment, VHF Radios, machinery, rigging, and all related equipment are in operating order.

Maintain an accurate and current vessel log.

Conducts drills and safety meetings in accordance with USCG regulations and company policies.

Timely investigate all accidents occurring during their shift involving boat and crew and make reports to the main office.

When not towing, the Pilot and crew are responsible for keeping busy with basic maintenance of the boat and helping where needed.

REQUIREMENTS

Must possess a valid U.S. Coast Guard-issued Merchant Mariner Credential: Master of Towing Vessels Upon Western Rivers.

Must have a valid TWIC card, Radar Observer Certificate, and Radiotelephone Operator Permit.

Experience in dredging operations and operating on the Missouri River is a plus.



Apply online:



This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position. We offer competitive wages and great employee benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, life insurance, and short and long-term disability.

Spend your summer and fall captaining our historic, USCG-certified passenger vessel, the Chief Uncas!

— Susquehanna Heritage, Thursday 18-Apr-2024

Spend your summer and fall giving SNHAs River Discovery Boat Tours on our historic, USCG-certified passenger vessel, the Chief Uncas! Captain must be a United States Coast Guard (USCG) Licensed Master Captain to operate SNHAs 55 long, classic 1912 electric-powered boat. This gorgeous mahogany and white oak boat cruises with up to 24 passengers, a Tour Guide/Crew Member, and a Captain on 1-hour public tours of the Susquehanna River. SNHA also offers longer private cruises and specialty trips. Tours will be offered Thursdays through Sundays between late May and early-November, with private experiences offered on weekends and other weekdays. All tours depart from the Zimmerman Center for Heritage.

Boat Mechanic and Boat Rigger

— ORLANDO CAPRIO, Saturday 13-Apr-2024

Clarks Landing in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ is looking to hire a boat mechanic and a boat rigger. Clarks has an excellent reputation and offers all of the benefits and pay of a typical large scale operation. If interested, please contact Michael .

Captain 6 pack or Master for Sight Seeing Tours

— Melissa Hale, Tuesday 02-Apr-2024

We are looking for captains, 6 pack or master, for a 43' sailboat out of Jersey City for tours in New York Harbor and occasional overnight trips. Full, part time and as emergency substitutes. The boat is very well equipped with all the bells and whistles.
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