Nigel Hodge and his son Jack have been working together at sea for many years, and offer a first class friendly service to all of there customers.
Nigel has been fishing at Falmouth since he was a boy with his father and has been running dive, survey & fishing trips in the area for over 30 years.
He has extensive knowledge of the Cornish coast from above and below the water.
Having worked in the commercial sector for many years he has a great understanding of the high demands for crew safety, comfort, combined vessel stability & speed, these are some of the key priorities within his business today.
With the recent addition of Seawatch, a Catamaran with a walk around wheelhouse he is delighted to further add to the customers experience of comfort and safety. The vessel is twin engined and has plenty of deck space and seating both inside (Heated) and out for up to 10 Passengers plus 2 crew members.
Nigel has successfully worked with the BBC, Channel 4, Paramount Pictures, ZDF Productions, IFCA, Natural England, Historic England, Wessex Archaeology, Lloyds insurance, 10994 Marine Discovery, Waterproof Media, Dive solutions, Seaways Diving, Dive Newquay and the Royal Navy.
He is currently working with several marine conservation groups, covering aspects such as UK Shark data collection and the new Bluefin Tuna catch & release campaign www.bluefintuna.co.uk
Nigel Hodge (Skipper) RYA Commercial Skipper & Yacht Master. Son Jack Hodge RYA SKipper (&Crew) hold BASC and PADI Diving Qualifications, First aid, Sea Survival & Dive Rescue qualifications. Deborah works in the office and keeps account of bookings.
The vessel & crew are one of the very few locally to be licensed to operate within the Isles of Scilly.
And retain licenses to dive historic wreck sites.
Currently working with the Kuzma MInin recently re-named Energy Annabelle (Russian Cargo Ship) in Falmouth Bay.