Adrian Croft is a very experienced seafarer having served as master on both private and commercial operated yachts, cruising extensively in the Mediterranean, USA East Coast, West Indies, South Pacific and Indian Ocean for over two decades before which, he served in his formative years as a deck officer on general cargo vessels and large passenger carrying tall ships.

Adrian Croft currently holds a Marshall Islands Unlimited Tonnage CoC (Yachts-Passenger Yachts), MBA in Shipping & Logistics (issued with Merit) Middlesex University/Lloyds Maritime Academy, Certificate in Naval Architecture Lloyds Maritime Academy, Lead Auditor ISM Lloyds Register, Project Management Registered Practitioner Prince2®, and a FAA pilot's license for general aviation aircraft, helicopter, seaplane and glider.

Adrian is also a current elected council member of the highly regarded Nautical Institute.

Adrian has attended a series of leading industry working groups. In particular, he attended the new Red Ensign Group Yacht Code (LY3/ Passenger Yacht Code combined) workgroup, that incorporated industry best practices and "goal-based" standards. This code delivers for the future and is an internationally-recognised form of regulations. Innovation and flexibility are at its core in the design, construction and safe operations of yachts.