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Capt. Jeffrey Stone is an accredited marine surveyor with 30 years experience in the marine field, surveying yachts in Narraganset Bay Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, California, Hawaii and Maine.
Accredited Marine Surveyor (y,sc) #845 with:
USCG License:
1600 Gross tons - Oceans, w/ sail endorsement
STCW to 3,000 gross tons -international
Advanced shipboard firefighting
Radar Observer Unlimited
I have worked in all aspects of the marine field for 25 plus years. My roles have been as project manager, marine superintendent and captain on a variety of sailing yachts and ships, built of both wood and steel. I have sailed to Antarctica as engineer on a small(103') research vessel and led the restoration of a Herreshoff classic. I worked in the commercial maritime world of tugs, freighters and tankers, in my youth.
I have loved the sea and sailing my entire life and have been fortunate in being able to make it my career. I remain an active sailor, participating in the Newport Bermuda race 7 times, the Marblehead Halifax race 5 times and sail actively in New England and the Pacific.
Sailing and life at sea is one of the few arenas where vocation and avocation meet. I have been surveying full time for more than 10 years and regard it as a natural progression from what has gone before.I bring my life's experience at sea to every vessel I survey and feel that this experience brings great depth and a practical eye to marine surveying. 
Contact info:
Capt. Jeffrey Stone
(401) 851-2041


"There is nothing half so pleasureable as simply messing about in boats" Wind in the Willows