I am looking to charter “like-minded” people and believe we can offer a unique charter designed to the individuals’ preferences. I envision 3 groups:

Those who are looking to purchase a boat: By using this charter as a “shake down cruise” the experience can help determine if the boating lifestyle is truly for you. I have you covered! I can go into maintenance and systems as much or as little in details as you’d like; learn about engines, props, outdrives, solar, batteries charging systems, navigation instruments…I could pretty much go on to list almost every part of this boat, as I have done work and repairs on almost every inch of BlackSheep.

Family fun! I encourage families with kids: I offer discount for children under 5 and have plenty to keep everyone busy and make the boating experience fun for the whole family. Kids can learn how wax the boat, do trash runs, dishes, and even bottom scrubbing! Beyond that, I have paddle boards, snorkel gear, shell hunting on the beaches and a 14′ tender equipped with a 25hp outboard. My goal here is to keep EVERYONE entertained!!

The final group I envision: People whose single purpose for traveling is to explore the sandy beaches, island hopping, enjoy tiki bars and island adventures. Again, each will customize their own vacation based on their wants!


This has been my dream since 2002. This dream became reality through lots of hard work and dedication. I never take for granted how truly blessed I am. 20 years in the Military has afforded me opportunities to travel and meet people whom has become life-long friends. I always look towards the bright side of life and keep our optimistic strength going!


BlackSheep is a Captain only service. I keep the boat in great shape and running perfect for your trip.



I hold a OUPV with Sailing, towing and 100 ton near coastal Captains License. With around 25,000 miles under the bow on several different boats I am drawn to the water. I have completed the Great Loop and look forward to a future circumnavigation.



I picked up Kodi in South Carolina after I lost my Boston Koko. She adapted well to the boat right away. She is truly a remarkable four-legged family member; the friendliest dog I’ve ever owned, and I think she also loves boating! While she is still a puppy she has adapted to this lifestyle very well.