Captain Ron and the “Miss Devin”

CAPTAIN RON Ron was born on the central coast of California, 50 miles, northwest of Santa Barbara. He has been a diver for 35 years, and a fisherman from childhood. He’s a licensed Captain, and has operated boats for 30 years. Ron is also a certified PADI dive instructor, teaching all levels of PADI’s diving adventures. Re also has a dive shop in Lompoc, which allows him full dive gear rental program for those out of town visitors wanting to dive the channel islands and the central coast. Ron, also a former commercial fisherman knows many of the spots that produce a fishermans catch. Ron has operated the vessel “Miss Devin” since 1992. Captain Ron has fish stories, that at times question belief. CAPTAIN RON Ron was born on the central coast of California, 50 miles, northwest of Santa Barbara. He has been a diver for 35 years, and a fisherman from childhood. He’s a licensed Captain, and has operated boats for 30 years. Ron is also a certified PADI dive instructor, teaching all levels of PADI’s diving adventures. Re also has a dive shop in Lompoc, which allows him full dive gear rental program for those out of town visitors wanting to dive the channel islands and the central coast. Ron, also a former commercial fisherman knows many of the spots that produce a fishermans catch. Ron has operated the vessel “Miss Devin” since 1992. Captain Ron has fish stories, that at times question belief.

THE BOAT,”MISS DEVIN” Named after his daughter, the vessel is 42 feet long and 14 feet wide, she drafts 2 1/2 feet with a 8 gross ton limit. She is powered by a caterpeller 3306, 6 cylinder diesel engine. She has a twenty foot open back deck, also a eight by ten foot sun deck on the bow. The boat is of New England design, it’s design and width make it one of the most comfortable riding and safest boats in the ocean. Electronic equipment include VHF radio’s, fishfinders commerial gradc, auto pilot, radar, cell phone, GPS navigation and loran. Safety equipment includes 406 EPIB Satellite Alert System, one 8 man life boat with 5O mile SOLS Pack and 16 life preservers Coast Guard appoved, with attached lights. The U.S. Coast Guard’s Zero Tolerance law is strictly enforced. The galley is equipped with a two burner range, microwave, coffee maker, large refrigerator and seating for four with additional seating in the wheel house for six. A TV and VCR for entertainment and training. Head facilities also on board. On deck hot shower is also availible. Cold fish storge box and live bait as well.