Captain Scott

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About Captain Scott

“ABOUT SCOTT Capt. Scott Sedlak grew up in Michigan, graduated Bangor High School. He grew up boating on inland lakes and the Great Lakes. Worked as a meat cutter for four years then joined the US Navy, boot camp at Great Lakes Naval Base. He went to Philadelphia Naval Base to train at HT "A" School for fire fighting. He then transferred to Norfolk Naval Base Norfolk Virginia, and worked at SIMA R1Division, Ship fitters shop and worked in many of the Shipyards up and down the east coast. Scott went to Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Weld "C" School two NEC 4954 (Plate Welder) NEC 4955 (High pressure Pipe welder) transferred to SIMA Weld shop and worked on all of the ships stationed in Norfolk Naval Base welding on level 1 high pressure main steam lines. During his time in the Navy he joined NASF (Naval Auxiliary Security Force) His duty was to stand watch for the admiral of Norfolk Naval Base and the Colonel of the Marines during Operation Desert Storm. After the Navy Capt. Scott opened his first scuba shop located on Lake Michigan in South Haven Michigan. Sold dive gear, serviced dive gear, taught scuba classes, he was one of the first to teach NITROX diving and mixed gases. He ran dive charters to the many shipwrecks on Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes and ran dive travel vacations all over the Caribbean. He became an instructor evaluator for the training agency IDEA (internal Diving Education Association) as well as trained several fire department search and rescue dive teams. Capt. Scott became Property Manager and personal Captain for Mr. Aubrey McClendon from 2000 to present. Capt. Scott started working for Mr Aubrey McClendon and his family at his property located in St. Joseph Michigan in 2000. His duties include full responsibility of 4 properties, 2 houses, pool, tennis court, etc in Saint Joe Michigan as well as as 350 acres of property, 3 houses in Saugatuck. He cared for and maintained all houses year round, hire and supervise tradesmen as needed for major home improvements projects and/or repairs, maintain all Michigan water crafts (14 total) and vehicles (8 total). Capt. Scott was on call 24/7 as a personal assist to Mr Aubrey McClendon and family during their time in Michigan. He also completed the requirements for a 100 (GRT) Merchant Mariner License. He Piloted a 56' commuter vessel from Midland Canada to its new home in Saint Joseph Michigan. He would make sure all of his vessels would be ready to go anywhere at anytime, on a moments notice and would travel with his boats to different locations around the country. He would plan and make arrangements for dockage for vessels, planing and charting courses around the Great Lakes, Mississippi River and Intercoastal. He also took family members and VIP's out for boat rides and enjoys being in the boating industry and working with people. ABOUT SCOTT Capt. Scott Sedlak grew up in Michigan, graduated Bangor High School. He grew up boating on inland lakes and the Great Lakes. Worked as a meat cutter for four years then joined the US Navy, boot camp at Great Lakes Naval Base. He went to Philadelphia Naval Base to train at HT "A" School for fire fighting. He then transferred to Norfolk Naval Base Norfolk Virginia, and worked at SIMA R1Division, Ship fitters shop and worked in many of the Shipyards up and down the east coast. Scott went to Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Weld "C" School two NEC 4954 (Plate Welder) NEC 4955 (High pressure Pipe welder) transferred to SIMA Weld shop and worked on all of the ships stationed in Norfolk Naval Base welding on level 1 high pressure main steam lines. During his time in the Navy he joined NASF (Naval Auxiliary Security Force) His duty was to stand watch for the admiral of Norfolk Naval Base and the Colonel of the Marines during Operation Desert Storm. After the Navy Capt. Scott opened his first scuba shop located on Lake Michigan in South Haven Michigan. Sold dive gear, serviced dive gear, taught scuba classes, he was one of the first to teach NITROX diving and mixed gases. He ran dive charters to the many shipwrecks on Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes and ran dive travel vacations all over the Caribbean. He became an instructor evaluator for the training agency IDEA (internal Diving Education Association) as well as trained several fire department search and rescue dive teams. Capt. Scott became Property Manager and personal Captain for Mr. Aubrey McClendon from 2000 to present. Capt. Scott started working for Mr Aubrey McClendon and his family at his property located in St. Joseph Michigan in 2000. His duties include full responsibility of 4 properties, 2 houses, pool, tennis court, etc in Saint Joe Michigan as well as as 350 acres of property, 3 houses in Saugatuck. He cared for and maintained all houses year round, hire and supervise tradesmen as needed for major home improvements projects and/or repairs, maintain all Michigan water crafts (14 total) and vehicles (8 total). Capt. Scott was on call 24/7 as a personal assist to Mr Aubrey McClendon and family during their time in Michigan. He also completed the requirements for a 100 (GRT) Merchant Mariner License. He Piloted a 56' commuter vessel from Midland Canada to its new home in Saint Joseph Michigan. He would make sure all of his vessels would be ready to go anywhere at anytime, on a moments notice and would travel with his boats to different locations around the country. He would plan and make arrangements for dockage for vessels, planing and charting courses around the Great Lakes, Mississippi River and Intercoastal. He also took family members and VIP's out for boat rides and enjoys being in the boating industry and working with people. ”


Aboard since 2017

From Fort Lauderdale, FL