Captain Graham Humphrey
Graham Humphrey recently moved to Seattle from Baltimore, MD where he worked at a US Sailing/US Powerboating school teaching Basic Keelboat, Safe Powerboat Handling, kayaking and First Aid classes. Prior to that, he was at a Jewish museum, a maritime museum and served as a Park Ranger at several national park sites across the country. Graham learned to sail in Rhode Island on sunfish and 420s. He has also worked as a deckhand on several tall ships, ferries and harbor sightseeing boats. Graham is a USCG licensed Master 100 GRT inland, endorsed Auxiliary Sailing. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, biking and traveling and is looking forward to beginning a new chapter of his life in the Pacific Northwest!
Graham is kind, thoughtful, patient and has an extensive amount of sailing knowledge and teaching experience that he generously shared throughout our two day lesson. He created a great learning environment and allowed our crew of 4 to work together harmoniously by making sure everyone tried each part of the “sail” and we then shared our knowledge with each other. We had an amazing 2 days together and I’m left ready to schedule my 103! Thank you Graham and Seattle Sailing Club for a safe, fun and excellent learning opportunity! C.S, ASA 101