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Job alert! Good Times Key West is looking for a captain. I do have housing available for the right person. Looking for full time OUPV captain to run trips with our growing KW charter business. Applicant must be responsible, reliable, and must focused on safety, cleanliness, and overall guest experience. Duties will include running private charters on our fleet of three vessels, and helping the team keep our fleet/ equipment in like new condition. Experience is a plus, but willing to train the right person. Trips include eco tours, sandbar trips, and light tackle fishing. Applicant must have flexible schedule, work ethic, and a positive attitude. Pay includes competitive trip pay, tips, and commission. Email resume and/ or cover letter to;goodtimeskeywest@gmail.com(305)923-3635 ... See MoreSee Less
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www.cbsnews.com/miami/news/several-people-rescued-after-airboat-flips-over-in-the-everglades/?fta...The operator of an airboat was arrested Friday afternoon after his vessel flipped over while carrying 9 people in the Everglades in western Miami-Dade. ... See MoreSee Less
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Wise Words "Tomorrow is not promised!! I love you all!" ... See MoreSee Less
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Cole Brauer, the 29-year-old skipper from New York, has made history as the first American woman to race solo around the globe. After over 130 days at sea, Brauer arrived in A Coruña, Spain aboard her Class 40, First Light. Brauer finished second overall in the race.📸 Cole Brauer Ocean Racing#SailIntoHistory #ColeBrauer #GlobalSoloChallenge #womenempoweringwomen #sailing #Unstoppable ... See MoreSee Less
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Please report any sightings of Fish, Sawfish, Rays, or any wildlife behaving strangely by using the resources listed below. This will help determine what is happening during this crisis and what can be done. We are working with FWC to test Brown Pelicans and other birds that may be affected. A Brown Pelican that was rescued in the target area and died from toxicity complications has been sent for testing. ... See MoreSee Less
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Coast Guard Sector Key West issued Captain of the Port Orders today requiring the owner and operator of a sailing vessel to immediately cease commercial operations after law enforcement officers identified the vessel carrying passengers without a credentialed master.The vessel was chartered by out-of-town tourists as a short-term rental lodging and excursion vessel for three nights, operating out of the Key West Bight Marina. When the vessel was boarded underway in Key West Harbor by a Coast Guard Station Key West crew on Wednesday, the passengers stated that they were all friends of the operator. However, during the continued investigation and subsequent interviews, the passengers stated that they had been coached by the operator of the vessel to lie to federal officers to avoid termination of the voyage.Both the owner and the operator of the vessel were issued Captain of the Port Orders and are subject to Civil Penalties for numerous safety violations which include the following:● 46 CFR 15.60, Failure to have an uninspected passenger vessel under the control of a properly licensed individual; and● 46 CFR 16.201 Failure of a marine employer to comply with the requirements concerning chemical testing of personnel.Owners and operators of illegal passenger vessels can face maximum civil penalties of $56,147 or more for illegal passenger for hire operations. Violators of a Captain of the Port Order can face a penalty of over $111,031. “My top priority is to ensure vessels carrying passengers on our waterways are operating safely and in accordance with the law,” said Cmdr. Stanley Fields, deputy sector commander at U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West. “Vessels that do not adhere to federal regulations pose serious risks to the public, the environment, and the livelihoods of legitimate operators who do comply with the law. Partnering with federal and state agencies, we are working to eliminate unsafe vessels and unlicensed operators who do not comply with the law from operating on our shared waterways.” ... See MoreSee Less
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AHA Heartsaver CPR/1ST AID/AED class. Monday December 18th at noon. To signup: captainschoolkeywest.com/store/aha-heartsaver-cpr-1st-aid-aed-meets-aha-and-stcw-requirements-key... ... See MoreSee Less
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