Captain Scott has sailed the Salish Sea for over 40 years, with beautiful Bainbridge Island as his home port for the past 23 years. With experience sailing in the Caribbean and crewing in the 2005 Transpac race to Hawaii, he still considers his home waters the best in North America for their stunning beauty, complex coastlines, and abundant wildlife. A daysail in Puget Sound provides all this and more, and there is a reason the San Juan Islands to the north are one of the most desirable charter destinations in the entire world.
After raising a family and a career spent mostly indoors, Captain Scott decided to spend this next phase of his life working as a charter captain. He is a licensed U.S. Coast Guard captain for boats up to 50 gross tons, with endorsements for sail and assistance towing. He has taught sailing professionally (as well as to his wife and three daughters) and enjoys sharing time on the water with locals and visitors alike.
S/V Rumbera is a 1990 Catalina 34 sailboat, specially chosen by Captain Scott as the ideal vessel for teaching sailing and comfortable cruising with charter guests. She has a large cockpit which seats up to six and sails extremely well in all conditions. Down below, she features two private cabins and a large “head” (bathroom in mariner lingo). S/V Rumbera is a U.S. Coast Guard documented vessel fully equipped for your comfort aboard.