Meet the Sea Senora Staff!
Location: West End, Tortola
Hello and welcome to the Sea Señora blog, where we will be sharing our journey with you. We would like to share some information about the staff that will be sailing with the incoming shipmates.
We are so excited to welcome our new shipmates on board and begin sharing our love of the Caribbean Sea and the beautiful BVI with them! Our incredible team has been working hard to ensure all the necessary equipment has been tested and is properly prepped for our trip. Fuel, water, food, educational materials, and other gear have been reloaded onboard our vessels. Sea Señora, a 51-foot monohull, will house students working towards earning their Basic and Advanced Sailing certifications along with a PADI Advanced Scuba Diver certification.
We are looking forward to many days of learning, new friendships, and fantastic adventures!
So here are the staff for Sea Señora…
Krisztian started to sail when he was 12 years old, and it was instant love. Being out at sea meant absolute freedom for him, so he kept looking for every possibility to improve his knowledge and to spend more time on the water. As he turned 18, he got his first skipper qualification “C” category skipper license in Croatia. During this time, he also started to dive and got his open water diver qualification. It did not take long to realize that being at sea is his true calling, and he has to follow that path in life. The next step was to gain his RYA Yachtmaster Offshore qualification in the UK, which was an amazing experience and gave him the chance to learn yet another style of sailing and extension of his knowledge and understanding of this amazing art form.
Hannah: Dive Instructor/Mate
Motto: “I am excited.”
Hannah started at ActionQuest as a shipmate in 2015. After three summers in the BVI, she went on to become a PADI instructor, with the goal of certifying her younger sister when she is old enough. Hannah’s love of the ocean has driven not only her passion for diving but also her interest in conservation and sustainable development. She just graduated (the day before coming down the BVI) from Cornell with her Master’s in Civil Engineering and also ran the scuba program at the school. When she is not diving, Hannah loves skiing, snowboarding, crocheting, reading, and surfing.
Carlie is one cool cat.