Meet our crew. Boating and yachting has been a way of life for the past 4 generations of the Wilson family. With the demands of todays society of educational awareness each generation has received continuing education and still are being drawn back to life on the water while being mentored by the previous generation. This allows us to integrate professional and technical expertise with real world boating experiences. We can provide a full crew for vessel deliveries, captain for hire excursions, marine surveys and vessel arrests.
Mark P. Wilson
Captain, USCG Master 100t / Marine Surveyor, SAMS-SA, ABYC, IAMI, FMIU, PMP, Six Sigma Green Belt
Mark is a Full time Marine surveyor and a 20+ year veteran USCG Merchant Mariner with a capacity rating of Master, 100-ton, 200 mile near coastal, seaman and assistance towing endorsement. Mark has delivered vessels from the Great Lakes to the Bahamas. Marks experiences are complimented by 30+ years of working in parallel on Dept of Defense (DoD) programs culminating as Sr. Director of Engineering across multiple divisions with expertise in Mechanical Design, Materials, Failure Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, Systems and Process engineering while earning mechanical design patents, manufacturing awards and developing strong leadership skills. Click below for a more detailed list of credentials.
Jessie K. Wilson
Captain, USCG Master 50 Ton / Marine Surveyor, SAMS-SA, ABYC, UF Bachelor of Science Zoology
Jessie is graduate of Adams Mariner School, Chapmans School of Seamanship, a SAMS-SA marine surveyor and a graduate of University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology. As a steward of the marine environment Jessie grew up boating and fishing the backwaters of Florida inshore estuaries and developed a passion for boating and culinary arts. Click below for a more detailed list of credentials
Samantha D. Wilson
Captain, USCG Master 50 Ton / Naturalist, UCF Bachelor of Science Environmental Studies
Samantha is a graduate of University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and a graduate of Sea School. She earned her USCG Masters license while working in Juneau Alaska and Hawaii working as a Whale guide naturalist and deckhand. Sami is now captaining ferry boats on Lake Jenny in Tetons Nation Park. Her previous experience includes a full time environmental kayak tour guide with Day Away Charters within the Indian River Lagoon system and deckhand for Wilson Yacht deliveries.