My career began in the United States Coast Guard. After completing boot camp in Cape May, NJ I was immediately sent to Machinery Technician training in Virginia. After four months I graduated as a Petty Officer and was assigned to a base in the Military Ocean Terminal of NY and NJ. I spent the next five years supervising a team that performed repairs and maintenance on several Coast Guard vessels.
After my first tour I decided to pursue a career in the private sector, at which point I was given an honorable discharge for my time served. I began work the very next week at Oyster Bay Marine Center. I have been at the same there ever since. For the first few years I continued to expand my knowledge of marine engines, and eventually became the head mechanic at the marina.
During my 14 years at Oyster Bay Marine Center I have learned everything I can about marine service and repair. I have spent a good portion of time performing rigging work, fiberglass repair, electrical work, and electronics installation and troubleshooting.
Three years ago I took over as the position of General Manager. I have been fulfilling that role, in addition to still operating as the head mechanic and rigger. I have also attained a Captains License for 25 ton vessels. I have used all of this knowledge and experience to serve hundreds of satisfied customers. Call or e-mail today!