Captain Sam Fuller

Sam is a native Cape Codder who grew up sailing and fishing with his family in Cape waters. As a teenager he began summer work in Chatham's commercial fishing fleet, something he continues to this day. He is an avid surfer and has pursued this passion both here and in Nicaragua.

Sam has been a registered EMT since 2011 and has enjoyed 15 winters in the ski industry where he has been a snow-maker, ski patroller and EMT. These skills have seen him employed in the mountains of New England, Colorado and South Island, New Zealand.


Captain Bob rice

Bob first came to the Cape in the 1950's on family vacation. His first sail was on Cape Cod Bay and he went on to captain the 42" sail training vessel Syriene for the Quebec-Labrador Foundation. After running the sailing school at Arey's Pond Boat Yard in Orleans he founded Cape Sail in 1983. He also crewed one summer on a tuna boat out of Provincetown and since his retirement from teaching in 2007 has sailed extensively in the Caribbean. He has held a USCG license for more than 30 years.