Spanish nationality. Manager of Recreational Craft. Holds a training qualification in Security and First Aid. She has previous professional experience with sailing boats, motorboats and luxury yachts, as well as navigation around the Mediterranean Sea, the Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands. Currently she is the administrator of Alieva Yachting, and ship operator of the Alieva. Languages: English, French, Spanish and Catalan.
Alberto V. G.
Spanish nationality. Captain of the yacht and Manager of Recreational Craft. He has professional experience with sailing boats, luxury yachts, and nautical charters. He has sailed around Greece, the Mediterranean Sea, the Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands. Currently he is the operator of the Alieva. Languages: English, Spanish and Catalan.
Alfonso Morera Gómez
Spanish nationality. Manager of Coastal Navigation (1990 Merchant Shipping). He has professional experience with cargo boats, voyages, motor operated yachts and luxury charter. He is also a teacher in Nautical Schools, and manages practical vessels in the port of Barcelona. He has sailed around the Mediterranean Sea, the Cantabrian Sea, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, and the North of Africa. Language: English, Spanish and Catalan.
Henry Raúl Bonilla Vergara
Born in 1946, Colombian nationality. Captain m / n industrial fishing. Minor ship skipper and holder of the Basic Safety Training certificate. Experience in shrimp and prawn fishing and capture boats, and yachts. He has sailed the waters of the Caribbean, Atlantic Sea, Pacific Sea and Mediterranean Sea.
Spanish nationality. Higher Technician in Navigation, Fishing and Maritime Transport. Port Pattern. Professional Recreation Skipper. He has sailed the Mediterranean coast of Spain and France, the western Mediterranean Islands, the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Director of the Cara Al Vent Nautical School. He currently combines the captaincy of the Alieva with nautical teaching, in addition to being linked to traditional sailing, he is the skipper of the Sant Ramon boat built in 1904 and paired with lateen sail.