Professional Bio Evan has provided sound mind and rudder within the maritime industry and marine insurance sector for over 20 years. He has worked as a commercial marine underwriter for Marine MGA, Inc. (holding the pen for NAS / Swiss Re), Senior Yacht Underwriter for CHUBB and Director of Boat Underwriting for regional insurance companies. Evan's marine portfolio includes a great diversity of commercial and recreational risks: boats, yachts, charter vessels, marinas, boat builders, marine contractors, cargo, stevedoring as well as inland marine exposures. He is a graduate of Navtech and is an Accredited Master Marine Surveyor (AMMS), recognized by the American Institute of Marine Underwriters (AIMU). Evan is trained in USCG and ABYC standards for inspection of vessels. He also attended Swiss Re Academy's Marine program in Zurich and earned certificates in yacht insurance, cargo inspection, hull underwriting as well as P&I coverage and maritime law. Evan is an accredited yacht & small craft surveyor through the United States Surveyors Association (USSA) in Fort Myers, FL and International Institute of Marine Surveying (IIMS) in London. Evan currently serves as an advisor to corporate insurance clients on marine underwriting best practice. In addition to his marine experience, Evan has held other roles within corporate America for insurance companies such as Liberty Mutual and American Family.
Personal Bio Nowadays, Evan remains an avid waterman who enjoys sailing, surfing and coastal sea kayaking. He and his wife cruise on their J-24 out of southern Maine and are members of the Kittery Point Yacht Club. Evan is a longtime resident of Portsmouth, NH with roots dating 4 generations to Portland Maine's waterfront. He has logged thousands of nautical miles, crewing aboard a diverse fleet in both regattas and deliveries. As a New Englander of Greek shipping heritage he does not allow the change of seasons or adverse weather to prevent good times on the water. It is quite common to see Evan campaigning a Cape Cod Frosty sailing dinghy throughout the Winter months.