Brad Reynolds lives in Cordova, Alaska with his wife, Julie, and their two children. He arrived in 2004 to work on research programs along the Copper River Delta and Prince William Sound.
He has since diversified his experience to include commercial seining and gillnetting, and providing vessel support to marine science operations. He has worked for the Florida Program for Shark Research, the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, and the Prince William Sound Science Center.
Brad holds a US Coast Guard 100 Ton Master's License and a Master’s degree in Marine Science.
US Coast Guard
1600 Ton Master Upon Oceans
Additional crew members are available as necessary, including additional deck hands, chefs, etc.
The maximum number of occupants the Montague can accommodate is 8.