Oceanfoil appoint Captain Jonathan R Stoneley

27th July 2015

Oceanfoil has today appointed Captain Jonathan R Stoneley as the Company’s Marine Consultant.

Captain Stoneley has spent 37 years in the marine industry, initially at sea where he was in command of large merchant vessels. Thereafter he spent over 20 years working for large global trading houses as technical lead and global operations manager looking after fleets of up to 450 vessels. In these roles Captain Stoneley was tasked with the development and application of industry leading environmental technologies and practices. Captain Stoneley is Fellow of The Nautical Institute, a Younger Brother of Trinity House and a director of The Sailors Society.



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