Trusted Yacht Delivery Blog
Yacht Delivery from Gulfport, MS to Kemah, TX. While on boat delivery from Boston, MA to Middle River on the Chesapeake Bay, on a 41 Cruisers, I received a call from my new client. Tommy had been looking for a captain to help him and a friend move his ‘new to him’ 41DS Hunter from Gulfport, MS to Kemah, TX in the Houston area. After agreeing on a price and date, we were all set to meet in Gulfport to start the delivery.
If your insurance company requested an evaluation and/or training, you can get either (or both) from Captain Dave Subers.
New boat owners as well as experienced yachters with new policies are often requested to have a United States Coast Guard Licensed Captain sign off on the yacht owner’s vessel familiarity and operation before the new boat’s insurance policy goes into effect.
Trusted Yacht Delivery is a Florida-based vessel relocation business specializing in navigating the waters of the United Stated and the Caribbean. Whether it’s a motor vessel, powerboat, or commercial vessel, our qualified and credentialed Captains and Crew can safely deliver or relocate different types of vessels to a location that is most convenient to you.
Are you a seasoned boater who loves taking friends and family out on the water? Or perhaps while growing up, you spent a lot of time out on the water and being around people who love boating? Do you daydream about nautical charts and make plans for the fun of it? If yes is your answer to any of these, then becoming a charter boat captain may be a suitable profession for you.
The process all started when the yacht broker contacted Trusted Yacht Delivery to help with a delivery of a 2017 51’ SeaRay Flybridge that needed to go Miami to Freeport Bahamas to be loaded on the ship shipping ship called the Happy Dragon.
I was recently contacted by a new boat owner to help him move his boat from Sanibel Island on the West Coast of Florida to Jacksonville. In my planning we were going to travel through Fort Myers, and then proceed through the lock system of the Okeechobee waterway. Our trip was planned to go through Lake Okeechobee and then on to Stuart Florida. Unfortunately as we approached the Port Myaca lock, the starboard side engine started to overheat.
Though not a requirement for recreational boaters, having a captain’s license is a great way to boost your resume and show others that you possess expert-level knowledge of maritime rules and regulations. The license only becomes necessary if you get hired to navigate an auxiliary powered boat in USCG-patrolled waters.
Florida-based Captain Dave Subers has a great deal of experience in relocating and delivering vessels in and around ports, canals, rivers, marinas, homes, and ICWs along Florida’s navigable waterways. He also has done vessel reposition voyages in all of Florida’s inlets, ports, and intercostal waterways. If you are looking for a Florida captain who has done and is capable of doing just about everything, then you want to hire someone like Captain Dave Subers.