The crew

Rick Rodriguez

Captain

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Rick was born in West Palm Beach, FL and grew up in the Florida Keys where his passion for sailing began. Growing up between The Bahamas and Florida Keys is what lead him on an inevitable path to the yachting industry.

 

After graduating from college with a Bachelors degree in Finance Rick spent a year working for his fathers export company. He felt that he didn't want to spend the prime years of his life glued to one place and job so he decided to make the transition to the yachting industry where he would be able to travel and make money at the same time.

 

Rick has been working on yachts for 5 years now as captain and first mate / engineer on larger superyachts. He's crossed the Atlantic and Pacific ocean and sailed almost everywhere inbetween. ​Spending time cruising the Out Islands of The Bahamas in his 33 CSY Rick has come to know all the best spots in the different island groups. He has a USCG 200 Ton Masters License along with many other maritime certifications.

His passions include photography, freediving, spearfishing, hiking, and all things adventure.

Susie Weaver

Chef / First Mate

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Susie grew up in Santa Barbara, California with a father who was a yacht captain / engineer for 40 years and a mother who was a yacht chef. She spent most of her childhood holidays sailing around the Caribbean and the South Pacific, experiencing at a young age what the yachting lifestyle had to offer.

Following her time spent in London for university she returned to her passion of sailing and has been working on sailing yachts for the past 4 years.

Throughout her time in yachting Susie has managed to move through almost all departments working as a stewardess, mate, engineer, and a cook. She holds a USCG 200 Ton Masters License along with many other maritime qualifications.

"Our job as yacht crew is to make your charter experience as carefree and memorable as possible. Our service philosophy is based on our own skills, experience, and preparation. We encourage charter guests to give us as much information about their food preferences, goals, and expectations for the trip so that we can best prepare to make your Bahamas yacht charter unique".