Captain Scott Redlhammer has been around the water from birth. Born in Hollywood, Florida, Scott started his love of the sea fishing with his father and brother. Coming from a family that has been in the shipping business for over forty years, all based in South Florida, one might say that the sea was in his blood. In 1985, Scott joined the US Navy, and went to Hospital Corps School, (in the icy Great Lakes of Illinois), and then to the Naval Undersea Medical Institute in Groton, CT. As senior medical representative aboard USS Texas (CGN-39), Scott has the additional professional qualifications to treat just about any medical problems that can arise in the maritime environment, and has completed the STCW Medical Person In Charge qualification. Captain Scott received his Baccalaureate in Health Physics from Perdue University, (Magna cum Laude), and served as the Assistant Radiation Health Officer for the US Navy’s NW Region until 1996. He retired in April, 2005. Captain Scott has been running several vessels since 2005, including dozens of charters and Panama Canal crossings, and as a Captain at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. He is an avid SCUBA diver and a tournament fishing Captain; an angler, who specializes in light tackle and fly fishing, Captain Scott strives toward excellence in service, safety, and enjoyment on, under, and off the water.
MCA Yacht Master Offshore • Private Pilot – Instrument Rated (Completing Commercial Multi-Engine Nov 2016) • GMDSS • ISPS Officer (International Ship and Port Facility Security) • ARPA • RADAR OBSERVER UNLIMITED • STCW95 • Extensive experience with diesel engines and yacht systems • STCW Medical Person in Charge • Celestial Navigation • Private Pilot, Instrument Rated
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