Profile of Gale Browning
Gale on a reconnaissance trip to Cape Horn aboard the expedition yacht, Pelagic Australis.

Gale Browning, a native of Ogden, Utah, started her career in the marine field in 1978 as a deck hand in Hawaii and quickly gained the experience to be a Charter Captain in the British Virgin Islands and then a Delivery Skipper on the East Coast of the United States, the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands.

Gale holds a 100 Ton Captain’s License and has operated power boats and sail boats up to 77 feet carrying up to 300 passengers.

In 1988, Gale began a two-year apprenticeship to become a marine surveyor, including attending several workshops, seminars and lectures and working in the field with other surveyors before joining Hartoft Marine Survey, Ltd. in 1990.

Gale became a member of the National Association of Marine Surveyors in 1994, the membership with the highest standards for the marine survey industry.

Gale is also a long-distance ocean racer. See her website to learn more.

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