Meet The Crew

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Captain Dulcey

Captain Dulcey was born and raised in California.  In 2008 she went on vacation to the Virgin Islands and immediately fell in love with the people, the weather, the way of life and the natural beauty. She has been working on boats since 2011 and a Captain since 2013. Her dream to own and operate a charter boat here has been a long time in the making. Captain Dulcey looks forward to sharing the magic of her world with you.

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First Mate Romany is a free-spirited rambling soul from the Great Lakes state of Michigan. After spending nearly 10 years traveling around the U.S. for musical events, she hopped a plane to the Virgin Islands in 2015 and fell in love with the culture and warm weather. This wanderer decided to make these tropical islands her new home base, and bought land on lovely St. John to finally put down some roots. Making a change from her many talents, including yoga and various health interests, she jumped into boat work to make a lifelong career change and looks forward to spreading her good vibes and cheer with all of her future guests!


Kenzie is California grown and a pet groomer since 2014.  She needed a change of pace and left the corporate life for the sweet life.   Upon returning to the Caribbean waters, Kenzie along with her dog Turbo, joined Dulcey aboard Vita.  She is ready to help your worries slip away and share the joy of island life.

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In 2016 Abbie moved to the USVI and found her home on St. John. Working at Cinnamon Bay Water Sports, she fell in love with the ocean and found a new passion for sailing. Abbie has spent seasons on term charters in both in the USVI and the BVI in various roles:  Deckhand on the world's largest chartable sailing trimaran, first mate on a 100ft yacht & chef on a 51ft Neel Trimaran.  Abbie has her 100 ton masters license, is an advanced diver AND she is known as one of the world's jaguar specialists. Abbie is a zoologist who has spent 9 years studying wild jaguars in the Brazilian Pantanal!   In 2015 she created a non-profit called the Jaguar Identification Project.  She adores being outdoors and talking about the marvels of the natural world.