My name is Doug Jackson. I am the ambition and drive behind SV Seeker, but my success comes from knowing a lot of brilliant and skilled people who are drawn together around the sailboat Seeker.
SV Seeker is not just a sailboat nor a yacht. SV Seeker is a work boat and a dream and a tool for making dreams come true. I’ve always wanted to do something grand and daring. Something that filled my passions, not just the hours of my day or a bank account. It started with building submarines, and with confidence it became building Seeker. When completed I will have every skill I need to keep her in shape, and she will have the strength to take us to the wonders and treasures of the world’s oceans.
Seeker will cater to adventurers, explorers, oceanographers, divers, wreck hunters, marine biologists and archaeologist and we will do it free of charge whenever possible. If you want to be a part, then allow me to welcome you aboard.
Our crew is forming now. You can join the volunteers that are helping to build Seeker. Sharpen your skills, pass your skills onto others, learn new skills, build friendships and earn your passage onto Seeker when she is plying the waters off some sandy beaches in search of sunken treasure.
Cell: (918) 630-4050 (Note: I prefer emails. I seldom use my phone or text)
SnailMail: 2128 E. Ute St. Tulsa OK 74110 USA
SV Seeker will look for the truth in life, whether in science, society, or ourselves. We will value caring for ourselves, taking time to understand our planet and the people on it, working together and supporting each other. The objective is to complete the work at hand while living full lives and inspiring others to do the same. We will have fun. If the people around you are laughing, you’re doing it right. We embrace flexibility, change, learning, love, compassion, and acceptance. When there is no pressing work at hand our pleasure will be to serve and improve the lives of others. Fear is our only enemy. The thought of doing something is always more frightening than actually doing it. LIVE.