Marine Surveys by Ocean Way Technology, Inc., Timothy J. Pitts, SAMS® AMS®,  East Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA Ocean Way Technology, Inc.

East Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA
Serving The US East Coast

Timothy J. Pitts, SAMS® AMS®

Principal Marine Surveyor
508-564-8680



About Timothy J. Pitts
Marine Surveys by Ocean Way Technology, Inc., Timothy J. Pitts, SAMS® AMS®,  East Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA EXPERIENCE

Present

  • President/Principal Surveyor
    Ocean Way Technology, Inc.
    E. Falmouth, Massachusetts
Other Experience

  • U. S. Coast Guard Master Chief Machinery Technician (E-9) (Ret)
  • United States Coast Guard - Master Chief Machinery Technician (E-9). (Retired from active duty 1 February 2002.)
  • United States Coast Guard - Port Engineer Technical Services.
  • Conducted Vessel Survey and Infrastructure Assessment for the Country of Azerbaijan Border Patrol, United States Department of State, United States Coast Guard.
  • Conducted Vessel Survey and Site Assessment for the Country of Costa Rica Coast Guard, United States Department of State, United States Coast Guard.
  • Engineering advisor/member, USCG 47' Motor Life Boat (MLB) Acceptance Trials Team.
  • Technical advisor to USCG Port Security Unit, (harbor defense boat procurement) configuration and performance of Boston Whaler 25' Guardian.
  • Senior Engineering Instructor, U. S. Navy Fleet Training Group Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (U. S. Coast Guard Liaison Office.
  • Depot level technical advisor, intermediate level overhaul manager for Paxman Valenta RP 1600, 3800 HP propulsion diesel engine overhaul program, installed in USCG 110' Island (A & B) Class Coastal Patrol Boat.
  • Engineering Instructor Machinery Technician School, U. S. Coast Guard Engineering School, Yorktown, Virginia.
  • Various shipboard assignments in engineering department, USCG Eagle (WIX-295), USCG Campbell (WHEC-32), USCG Iris (WLB-395), USCG Escanaba (WMEC-907).
EDUCATION

  • Completed Yacht Insurance Claims Conference, 16-hour seminar by, Knox Marine. 2002
  • Currently enrolled Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology, Yacht Design LITE.
  • ABYC Electrical Marine Technician Certified, November 2000 - November 2005
  • Completed Albravco Drydock/Dockmaster Training Course 50-hour course by, Albravco Drydock Consultants.
  • Completed Accident Investigation Seminar, 13 hour seminar by, American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC)
  • Completed The Business of Marine Surveying, 8-hour seminar by, Knox Marine. 1997
  • Completed Yacht Insurance Claims Seminar, 16-hour seminar by, Knox Marine. 1997
  • Completed Marine Surveying for Professionals, 40 hour seminar by, Mr. Paul Coble, CMS.
  • U. S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Academy, Petaluma California.
  • Certified Marine Analyst Caterpillar Diesels, (December 1990-April 1998).
  • Volvo Penta Certified Technician Program, (February 1991-June 1992).
  • Marine Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, U. S. Coast Guard Engineering School, Yorktown Virginia.
  • Industrial and Marine Hydraulics, U. S. Coast Guard Engineering School, Yorktown Virginia.
  • Damage Repair Party Locker Leader, U. S. Navy, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard.
  • St. Leo College A. S. 1981.
PUBLICATIONS & TEACHINGS

  • Click here for an article published in Power & Motoryacht Magazine in the April 2007 Issue.
  • Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Department of Continuing Education, Guest Lecturer, Marina Management Course, Introduction to Marine Surveying. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
  • Co-Authored; Costa Rica, Maritime Assessment & Engineering Survey
  • Conducted seminar; Carbon Monoxide Awareness in the Marine Environment various locations Southeastern Massachusetts.
  • Published; U. S. Coast Guard Engineers Digest, Winter 1981, Preventive Maintenance Recording and Reporting Procedures.
  • Course instructor at U.S. Coast Guard Engineering School, Machinery Technician School, Yorktown, VA.
    1. Intro to Machinery Technician School and Basic Damage Control Procedures, First Aid and Safety.
    2. Basic, hand tools, machine shop procedures and measuring instruments.
    3. Basic internal combustion engines.
    4. Clutches and reduction gears.

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