Capt. Grant Livingstone

Grant Livingstone graduated from the California Maritime Academy 1980, Unlimited Third Mate, with a B.S. in Nautical Industrial Technology and an emphasis in Naval Architecture. Capt. Livingstone has 30 years of continuous sea experience with an emphasis on piloting. Capt. Livingstone has been a pilot in the ports of Los Angeles and Long beach for 20 years. Professional engagements have included working with Marine Safety International as a Pilot/Tug Master training facilitator on various projects including Costa Azul, Mexico LNG marine terminal and Lake Charles, Louisiana LNG marine terminal.


Professional Endorsements and certifications

  • S.N.A.M.E. Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers
  • Emergency Ship Handling Certificate Marine Safety International
  • Advanced Tractor Tug Use MSI LPG tanker certification Marine Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies 1981


  • Member Nautical Institute

Capt. George Livingstone

Capt. George Livingstone graduated from The California Maritime Academy in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Nautical Industrial Technology. Capt. Livingstone has 30 years of continuous sea experience sailing a variety of vessels with an emphasis on tugboats. Capt. Livingstone holds licenses as Master of Towing Vessels, Oceans; 1st Class Pilot endorsement for the Ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach Harbors and 1st Class Pilot endorsement for San Francisco Bay and Tributaries. He is presently a San Francisco Bar Pilot following 15 years as master for Sause Brothers Ocean Towing, Inc.


Professional endorsements

  • United States Coast Guard “Designated Examiner” for towing vessels
  • Certified “instructor for basic tug/barge simulation” Pacific Maritime Institute


  • Nautical Institute, London
  • American Pilots Association (APA)
  • International Maritime Pilots Association (IMPA)
  • International Tug & Salvage Association
  • International Tugmasters Association
  • Master of Towing Vessels Association