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Our Approach

We are not your cookie cutter operation.  We provide exceptioanl service to anyone that books with us.  After your booking you will receive a phone call from your Captain to ensure we have everything you want on board and to get the Family dynamics.

Our Story

Starting out as a Sail charter company we got tired of not being able to take our guest to the back country where calmer water during the winter times tend to be easier on the guest.  Capt. James retired from the US Navy and retired 4 years ago as a Chief.  Now he owns and operates Sail Florida Adventures and Nomad Charters.

Meet the Team

Nothing great happens without a great team!

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Brooke West

First Mate

Born and Breed in Southern Georgia Brooke moved to the keys to fish and explore the beautiful waters of Key West.  While here she has been working on the water and obtained her 50 Ton Captains license.  Brooke has worked within the marine industry for years working with the state of Georgia cataloging Sturgeons and logger head turtles.

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James Blagg

Owner / Captain

Capt. James was trained by the US Navy as a Navigator on ships and has crossed the Atlantic twice. James has served most of his time in the Navy in and out of the Caribbean from Florida to Venezuela learning the waters. While stationed in Italy James became a Master Scuba Dive Instructor for PADI while working with NATO forces. James love of the Ocean has inspired hundreds of his prior students to continue diving and some are now fellow Instructors and work in the Marine industry. Always pushing the envelope learning and inspiring!

James last duty station took him to Key West were he currently resides. While stationed in Key West he learned the local waters in his sailboat and became a 100 Ton Captain after retiring from the US Navy in 2013. James worked as a Captain on M/V Spree a research and Dive vessel that frequents Dry Tortugas for 5 day trips and has supported the functions of NOAA, FWC and several Marine University while researching Pulley Ridge in the Dry Tortugas National park. James last assignment took him on a 6 week Reef baseline survey of Reef system from Bimini to The Turks and Caicos Islands with Catlin Survey team. James always is always pushing to learn and recently became a Instructor for American Sailing Association.