Hornblower Cruises Hires Special Projects Manager

By George Backwell
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Scott Keever

Hornblower Cruises & Events says it has hired Scott Keever as Manager, Special Projects; details as follows:

After graduating from the California Maritime Academy with a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Transportation, Scott began a sea-going career with Chevron Shipping.  He continued with Chevron in various at-sea positions until July of this year when he joined Hornblower Cruises & Events.

In his new position, Scott will work on a number of special projects ranging from feasibility studies, energy and cost savings, risk management, regulatory concerns, procurement projects, business process improvement, SAFECRUISE efforts and Respect our Planet Programs.

About the company
Hornblower Cruises & Events has been a leading charter yacht and public dining cruise company in California for over 33 years. It operates 32 vessels, including the 3 largest dining yachts on the West Coast, in Marina del Rey, San Francisco, Berkeley, Sacramento, Long Beach, Newport Beach and San Diego, and New York City.

Two Hornblower subsidiary businesses, Alcatraz Cruises and Statue Cruises, are National Park Service ferry concessioners to Alcatraz Island and the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, respectively.  Hornblower began operating the third subsidiary, Hornblower Niagara Cruises, out of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada this year.

www.hornblower.com/
 

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