Meet Your Captains

Captain Steve Coffman

Steve Coffman

Broker, Charters, Deliveries. A life long Chesapeake Bay waterman holding a USCG Masters 25T captains license. Growing up on the bay Steve has an intimate knowledge of the Chesapeake and it's tributaries, always able to find the right spot for any occasion. You may hear him say "everything is better on the bay". Blue water experience in the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Pacific on both power and sailing vessels from kayaks to the big cats. Contact him directly at 301-509-4376 for all your boating needs and questions.


Shawn Owen

As well as being the charter director, Shawn holds a USCG 50 Ton Master License with sailing endorsement. Shawn has captained regularly on the Chesapeake Bay for the past 2 years as well as crewed multiple deliveries in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. He is also a professional local musician so inquire about having him perform a few songs aboard your cruise!

Captain Adam Yearwood

Adam Yearwood

Captain Yearwood is a licensed United States Coast Guard captain with extensive experience operating sail and power vessels of all sizes including harbor tugs and large ships.  He holds a 1,600 ton Master’s license and a second mate unlimited tonnage license.  Having grown up on power boats and competitively raced on small and medium size sailboats, including historic Chesapeake log canoes, he is an expert boat handler with exceptional seamanship skills.  Captain Yearwood has sailed across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, China Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and North Sea, and the East Coast of the U.S. including the Chesapeake Bay.  As a charter boat captain, he enjoys meeting new people and providing clients with a fantastic experience on the water.  With a passion for sharing knowledge, he lectures on maritime topics, provides private hands-on vessel operation instruction and delivery services, and is member of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary instructing boater education courses including the Maryland state course.

Rob Wagner

Captain Wagner built his first sailboat when he was 12 in Tampa, FL. He bought his first Hobie Cat in 1981. Soon he was competing in regattas on Hobie Cats and J-24s, which led to acting as a race office and organizing regattas. In 2010, he decided to settle down and bought his Lagoon (Alana McCree) in Tortola and brought her to Delaware. He now keeps her located in Liberty Marina and charters all through the season.

Alberto Matias