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Captain John G. Jacobsen

Miami, Florida
Maritime, Accident Reconstruction - Admiralty Law, Marine & Maritime Incident Analysis & Accident Reconstruction, AZIPOD Ships, Podded Ships, Commercial Vessel, Passenger, Cruise Ship, Tug, Barge, Towing, Pilot, Piloting, Navigation, Seamanship, Rules of the Road, Boating Safety, Boating Accident, Yacht, Pleasure Craft, Container Ship
After attending the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Captain Jacobsen served as an officer in the U.S. Merchant Marine for nine years. He sailed in many positions, attained his master’s license, and has been a Port of Miami harbor pilot since 1994, including serving as Chairman. He has piloted yachts, tugs & barges, and ships of all types and sizes including Azipod ships, podded ships, freighters, tankers, container ships, ferries, cruise ships, passenger vessels, naval vessels, research vessels, and tall ships. Active in boating and yachting all of his life, Captain Jacobsen is a member of a yacht club in Miami where he serves on various committees. Captain Jacobsen remains an active pilot and avid boater to this day. Harbor Pilot: actively providing State & Federal licensed pilotage services to all types of ships, including Azipod ships, cruise ships, NeoPanamax container ships, tugs & barges, yachts, and other vessels of unlimited size and tonnage in Port of Miami. Have co...
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Captain Sam Stephenson, J.D. Stephenson Maritime International

Boca Raton, Florida
Maritime, Accident Reconstruction - Admiralty Law, Personal Injury, Rules of the Road, Allision, Piloting, Shiphandling (conventional and azipod), Boating Accidents, Sailing, Tug & Tows, Gangways, Bridge Resource Management, Seamanship.
Captain Sam Stephenson, J.D. is an unlimited Master Mariner who sailed as captain for over six years on various ships of unlimited tonnage prior to becoming a Port Everglades Harbor Pilot in 2006. Captain Stephenson has over 6,000 transits in and out of Port Everglades on ships including tankers, cargo ships, yachts, tugs & barges, ships of war, and the largest cruise ships in the world. He is a lead lecturer at Resolve Maritime Academy where he has taught Colregs, BRM, shiphandling, Legal and Regulatory Issues of Piloting, BRM-Pilots, and podded propulsion courses to captains, senior level officers, and pilots. He taught as a Senior Lecturer from 1996-1999 at Texas A&M at Galveston's Maritime Academy where he taught: Colregs, Seamanship, Marine Orientation & Lifesaving. From 2001 through 2005, Captain Stephenson was Commandant of Cadets of the Texas A&M Maritime Academy and Captain on the United States Training Ship Texas Clipper II. As captain he was responsible for the tr...
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Captain Sam Stephenson, J.D. Stephenson Maritime International

Louisiana
Maritime, Accident Reconstruction - Admiralty Law, Personal Injury, Rules of the Road, Allision, Piloting, Shiphandling (conventional and azipod), Boating Accidents, Sailing, Tug & Tows, Gangways, Bridge Resource Management, Seamanship.
Captain Sam Stephenson, J.D. is an unlimited Master Mariner who sailed as captain for over six years on various ships of unlimited tonnage prior to becoming a Port Everglades Harbor Pilot in 2006. Captain Stephenson has over 6,000 transits in and out of Port Everglades on ships including tankers, cargo ships, yachts, tugs & barges, ships of war, and the largest cruise ships in the world. He is a lead lecturer at Resolve Maritime Academy where he has taught Colregs, BRM, shiphandling, Legal and Regulatory Issues of Piloting, BRM-Pilots, and podded propulsion courses to captains, senior level officers, and pilots. He taught as a Senior Lecturer from 1996-1999 at Texas A&M at Galveston's Maritime Academy where he taught: Colregs, Seamanship, Marine Orientation & Lifesaving. From 2001 through 2005, Captain Stephenson was Commandant of Cadets of the Texas A&M Maritime Academy and Captain on the United States Training Ship Texas Clipper II. As captain he was responsible for the tr...
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Captain Sam Stephenson, J.D. Stephenson Maritime International

Texas
Maritime, Accident Reconstruction - Admiralty Law, Personal Injury, Rules of the Road, Allision, Piloting, Shiphandling (conventional and azipod), Boating Accidents, Sailing, Tug & Tows, Gangways, Bridge Resource Management, Seamanship.
Captain Sam Stephenson, J.D. is an unlimited Master Mariner who sailed as captain for over six years on various ships of unlimited tonnage prior to becoming a Port Everglades Harbor Pilot in 2006. Captain Stephenson has over 6,000 transits in and out of Port Everglades on ships including tankers, cargo ships, yachts, tugs & barges, ships of war, and the largest cruise ships in the world. He is a lead lecturer at Resolve Maritime Academy where he has taught Colregs, BRM, shiphandling, Legal and Regulatory Issues of Piloting, BRM-Pilots, and podded propulsion courses to captains, senior level officers, and pilots. He taught as a Senior Lecturer from 1996-1999 at Texas A&M at Galveston's Maritime Academy where he taught: Colregs, Seamanship, Marine Orientation & Lifesaving. From 2001 through 2005, Captain Stephenson was Commandant of Cadets of the Texas A&M Maritime Academy and Captain on the United States Training Ship Texas Clipper II. As captain he was responsible for the tr...
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