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Meet Our Crew

Captain Thomas McGinn

Tom purchased the PRBC in 2005 from Captain Joe Dempsey, after obtaining his Coast Guard Full Master's License. He has 30+ years of sailing, power boating and scuba diving experience, first learning the fundamentals of water sports from his grandfather on the shores of Bullocks Cove in Riverside, and later at Camp Fuller and the University of Rhode Island.  Captain Tom is happiest when on the water and plans to expand the company to operate year-round.  He and Kristin live in Providence with their two children.

General Manager Kristin Stone

Kristin joined the PRBC staff in 2011 after owning her own small business in downtown Providence for eighteen years.  She loves interacting with our passengers, whether it's booking a reservation, recommending the perfect restaurant, or a romantic after-boat ride cocktail spot, and looks forward to meeting them on the rare occasion that she can sneak out of the office and work from the docks.  During our off-season, Kristin enjoys her work as an EMT-Paramedic.

Crew Member Don Fleck

"Fleck" joined our crew in 2010 and is now a seasoned veteran of the Providence waterways.  He grew up boating along the shores of southern Rhode Island and studied at the University of Rhode Island before finding his way to our docks.  Don is a weather enthusiast, which comes in very handy when you're dealing with the elements all season, and he's usually more accurate than the newscasters.  He's always ready to greet our guests with a warm smile and a bad joke, and we wouldn't have it any other way.     

MV Proud Mary

Our vessel is a 28' Sylvan pontoon boat. We are dedicated to providing our customers with the safest, most comfortable ride possible, and continuously update our equipment each season.  We are thrilled to announce that we have a second 28' pontoon boat in service for our 2015 season! We will now be able to accommodate larger groups, with a capacity of 28-30 between the two vessels.