Our goal is to provide useful and clear marine weather knowledge for safety and strategy.
Our values reflect a culture of sustainability, a focus on education, and a commitment to personal integrity.
Communicating useful advice clearly and concisely
Prioritizing education over presenting complicated facts
Commitment to personal integrity and excellence;
A wise man once said, “Be excellent to one another.”
Doing our part to offset environmental harm however possible, especially focusing on marine health.
the short version
Favorite part of Meteorology: Clouds!
Hometown: Sarasota, FL
First offshore sailing trip: Researching ocean plastics in the "Pacific garbage patch" from Honolulu to San Francisco on a tall ship - via Sea Education Association
Alumnus of: University of Miami
Most interesting place to work: Forecasting on a natural gas pipe-lay barge offshore Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Hobbies: Practicing & teaching yoga, concert-going, traveling, and outdoor pursuits with Kira the adventure dog
Favorite race to navigate: Annapolis to Newport
the long version
Chelsea is a meteorologist and sailor who provides weather knowledge to captains and other sailors, allowing them to make better decisions.
Being on the water so often herself, Chelsea understands the importance of not just forecasting the weather, but educating mariners about how weather phenomena works, and how to capitalize on it.
Chelsea has worked with mariners ranging from offshore oil and gas companies, retired cruisers leisurely sailing around the world, to high-performance racing teams. Including, most notably, the US Olympic Sailing Team.
In addition to her years forecasting marine weather, Chelsea is also a lifelong sailor who has sailed across the Pacific, raced in various distance and day races, and is passionate about protecting our environment and oceans.
Chelsea holds a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of Miami.
1% FOR THE PLANET
We pledge to donate 1% of all annual gross sales to nonprofits specifically working to conserve the world’s oceans - our home and playground.
Visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org for more information.
DO LESS HARM
Starting in 2020, we pledge to purchase carbon credits to offset all of our airline miles traveled.
Air travel accounts for about 2.5% of global carbon emissions
in 2020, global international aviation emissions are predicted to be 70% higher than in 2005.