Previously named AZULIA
CREW PROFILES

TitleNameNationBornLicenses
CaptainGraham Coffee American 1959 USCG 100 Ton
Pamela Coffee American 1961 USCG 100 Ton
Number of Crew: 2Languages: English & Spanish (limited)

Crew Profiles:
Crew on Azulia since 2015:

Capt Graham Qualifications:
USCG 100 Ton Masters with Sail & Towing Endorsement
BVI Boat Masters License
STCW 10 (Safety at Sea, including CPR/First Aid)
PYA Yacht Hospitality Diploma, including Food Safety
American Sailing Association 101-114 Instructor
PADI Open Water Diver Certified
Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
Areas sailed: US & British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Leeward & Windward Caribbean Islands, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Turks & Caicos, Florida & Southeast US Coast, Chesapeake Bay, California, Marshall Islands.

Pamela Qualifications:
USCG 100 Ton Masters with Sail Endorsement
BVI Boat Masters License
STCW 10 (Safety at Sea, including CPR/First Aid)
PYA Yacht Hospitality Diploma
PYA Food Safety Certificate
Gourmet Cooking Classes with Truffles & Trifles
Biltmore Culinary Institute Bootcamp Levels I & II
Island Eats Yacht Chef Workshop
American Sailing Association 101-104 Instructor
NAUI Open Water Diver Certified
Bachelor of Science Computer Science
Areas sailed: US & British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Leeward & Windward Caribbean Islands, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Turks & Caicos, Florida & Southeast US Coast, Chesapeake Bay, Guatemala, Mexico.

Comments: Graham & Pam�s passion for sailing and watersports, good food, and their love of nature, will lead you to a memorable sailing vacation in the Virgin Islands. Graham�s easy going attitude, sailing knowledge and professionalism will ensure a pleasant holiday experience. Pam�s culinary skills with a tropical touch are sure to please your palate.

Non smoking crew.

Bio:
Graham is a lifelong sailor, growing up sailing with his parents on several different cruising yachts. His sailing experience is long and diverse, in addition to cruising sailboats and luxury catamarans he has also sailed, and raced, Hobie cats, sailing dinghies, iceboats and sand sailers. Graham is also an experienced scuba diver, avid windsurfer and enjoyable guitar player.

Pam is a Florida native, enjoying many types of watersports since childhood, including skiing, snorkeling, surfing and fishing. Raised with the influence of Southern Hospitality, Pam has made cooking a hobby since her teen years and especially enjoys using fresh local ingredients in her meals. After sailing with a friend, Pam took sailing classes in 1999 and has been hooked ever since.

Their attention turned to their Engineering careers, and they met while working for a fast-paced high tech firm and married in 2002. Realizing they had a common dream of sailing the Caribbean, their goal soon became to live a sailing lifestyle. In 2007, they quit their jobs, sold their house and moved aboard their 40� sailboat, bound for the Caribbean. Over the next 3 years they sailed between the Eastern Caribbean, Bahamas and Southeast US Coast. Knowing they wanted to work in the sailing industry, they acquired their Captains licenses in 2009. During 2010 & 2011, they both worked in Florida as charter captains and ASA sailing instructors. Pam�s love of nature led her to captain an eco-tour boat as well. Involved in the local yacht club, Pam was Rear Commodore, responsible for hospitality, event and menu planning and Graham served as dockmaster. But, the beautiful Caribbean was calling them back. In early 2012, they moved to the island of Vieques, PR to manage a small resort where Pam often cooked arrival dinners for guests and special event catering for large groups. The desire to sail again led them to work with Sail Caribe in 2013, where they are currently sailing in the Spanish, US and British Virgin Islands.

Come enjoy a luxurious vacation cruise on Azulia II in these beautiful islands!