Operating in the Bahamas, Caribbean and the North America
Aerial View of Flybridge
Aerial View of Aft
Study next to Master
Captain at Helm
Service in Jacuzzi
Sun Pads on Bow
View from Bow
Brent’s love for the sea started at a very early age as a young sailor racing sailboats at the neighborhood yacht club in Miami, Florida.
His grandfather was a Miami restauranteur and avid fisherman in the Florida Keys and passed his skills on to Brent. As the years passed and Brent was growing up he always enjoyed working and hanging around shipyards and marinas cleaning boats while learning about the trade. His grandmother was a yacht broker and her fleet always needed maintenance, washing down, polishing, varnishing and fueling. Eventually he started docking, fueling and moving boats around the marina.
His father was also a restauranteur as well as a captain and taught him the skills to run a boat. From there he was to sail around the world on a 45 foot ketch. It was here that Brent began mastering the fundamentals of seamanship and navigation. He was to realize the special demands of the sea, cruising, outfitting and maintaining yachts.
After a year of great experiences and lessons exploring charted and uncharted waters of the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Leeward and Windward Islands of the Caribbean in and out of ports and anchorages, the trip abruptly came to an end. He was to come home and go to college and help out in the family business, where he became a noted and very successful gourmet chef and restaurateur whose training took him all over North America and Europe. His life as a captain at sea would have to take second place for a time.
He kept his skills honed thru the next years by owning and bareboat chartering power and sailing vessels in the 40-50 foot range. Then in late 2001 Brent was to put his interest for the sea back in first place, he retired from the restaurant business and has reestablished himself as a captain in the yachting industry. He tested and received the official 200 ton MCA/RYA Yachtmaster license for all oceans with a power driven craft endorsement and USCG 200 ton Master Merchant Marine Officer with sailing and assisted towing endorsements and STCW 95. He is a Certified Diver and has logged many thousands of nautical miles over the East Coast Of the United States, Bahamas, Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Today Brent is the captain on Cedar Island and maintaining her to the highest standards, while cruising the oceans finding great friends, quaint ports and anchorages.
Tyler was born in South Georgia and raised on the large body of fresh water called Lake Seminole. From a very young age he helped his father with their boats and other aquatic toys throughout each summer. Each year gaining the experience needed to help make any great charter even better. After college, he quickly found his passion for the hospitality industry, taking a position dealing directly with guests of a 5 star lodge and resort in South Georgia.
Longing for adventure and sites unseen, Tyler combined the knowledge he’d acquired in both walks of life and joined the yachting industry. Today he is the First Mate on Motor Yacht Cedar Island and is always willing to go the extra mile to ensure any charter guest receives the 5 star treatment they deserve.
Tyler’s great personality coupled with southern hospitality and charm adds volumes to providing a fun and enjoyable experience.
I was born and raised in Russia, on the beautiful Black Sea coast in a seaman’s family. I became a seaman of 7th generation to continue family traditions. I received a Master’s Engineering degree diploma in 2008. I have worked onboard large crude oil tankers crossing all over the world passing over 150,000 nautical miles.
I decided to join yachting industry in 2012 to manage superyacht refits in major European shipyards.
After relocation to US Vladislav joined our crew of m/y Cedar Island to keep her in top shape and always running.
I can fix almost everything onboard…even your iPhone