Jan's FeLion
Crew profile

Captain: Kirk Robinson (Antigua)
Chef/Mate: Nia Mora (USA)
Stewardess: Susanna Rice (UK)

Captain: Kirk Robinson
Kirk has always been a very active person. His love of the water began in his early 20s but it all started on land for Kirk as a professional soccer player where he spent his younger years representing his country Antigua in America, England and South America. He’s also a keen fisherman, so when sailing with Kirk you’ll notice he’ll be on the lookout for a fresh dinner from the sea!

Kirk started his sailing career as an Engineer with Sunsail working in Antigua and BVI. He is Yachtmaster Certified and has been a professional charter captain in the Caribbean for the past 12 years. He knows the intricate islands of the Caribbean with great depth and nuance. Most recently he was captain of the successful charter yacht Amazing. He’s clearly a well-liked captain, with 90% being repeat guests or special requests by referral. Kirk is a very kid-friendly captain, welcoming families and friends to have a great time on Jan’s FeLion.

Chef/Mate: Nia Mora
Nia Mora is a versatile chef and photographer. Her work began in New York City, where she specialised in product photography and portraiture. After which she began a campaign of sailing across the Pacific from Hawaii to Australia, photographing the landscapes and people of many of the Pacific islands.

In 2013 Nia settled in Australia for a year where she developed work based on food, wine, and travel. After attaining a position as an assistant chef in some of Brisbane’s trendiest restaurants, she acquired an eye for food styling and combined this with her photography. She now focuses her commercial work towards her passions of food, wine, and travel.

Stewardess: Susanna Rice
Susanna was born in England, went sailing on a 90′ luxury yacht in the Med and did a transatlantic flight to her new home in Tortola – all before she was six weeks old! Susanna considers herself privileged to be a true island girl. She enjoys sailing, archery, swimming, wakeboarding, snorkeling, diving, cooking, hiking, snowboarding, and traveling.

Susanna grew up around yachts. Her parents owned and operated an Irwin 65 called Endless Summer II, and she would be down on the docks helping prep for charter and eventually moved on to work on the yacht as stewardess and cook. She loves interacting with people from many parts of the world – yachting and hospitality flow in her blood! She has worked on many boats ranging from 40’ to 100’ both in the BVI and in the Mediterranean.

Susanna enjoys giving people a vacation of a lifetime, whether it is by tantalizing your taste buds with a special cocktail, giving you an island tour, or simply by telling you stories about the British Virgin Islands.