Meet the Driscoll Team

Familiar faces, dependable and expert service, and friendly advice. These qualities keep customers coming back, and have made Driscoll the most renowned name in boating for 55 years.

Tom Driscoll, President –

Tom-DriscollWorking at Driscoll’s since high school, Tom has seen the company evolve and change into what it is today. His vision has helped guide him into many long range planning and developments around the waterfront. His projects include Point Loma Marina, LLC and the redevelopment of the historic Kettenburg Yard. He is a founding partner of Yachtfest, and member of the Port Tenants Association Board and Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. Tom can be found with his children at many of the local junior sailing events.

Chuck Driscoll, Sales –

Chuck-DriscollChuck is a native San Diegan and part of the Driscoll family organization.  He is our most recognizable figure in the San Diego Boating Community.  A graduate of the University of San Diego Chuck was a local Marine Surveyor for twenty one years.  He returned to the family business in 1998 to operate Driscoll’s Kettenburg facility.  His boating knowledge, personalized customer service and general demeanor make him a natural leader for the Driscoll team.  Chuck can be found sailing in the Southern California Star class and J-105 regattas as well as cruising in Catalina on “Endymion” the family sailboat.

Keith Dodson, Sales –

Keith-DodsonKeith has been with Driscoll Boat Works for 16 years, after moving to San Diego from Seattle, Washington.

Keith got his start in the boating industry when he enlisted in the Navy. He was in the Navy for six years, where he completed his Electrician Mate A School in the Navy’s Nuclear Power Program. He served as Nuclear Electrician on two Submarines, the USS Alexander Hamilton and the USS Daniel Webster.

After the Navy, Keith settled in Seattle where he worked for Delta Marine as an electrician for twelve years. He was the lead electrician and project manager for the repair division until his relocation to San Diego and his employment with Driscoll Boat Works.

Keith was the lead electrician and project manager at Driscoll Boat Works until recently, when he gladly accepted the new role of Salesperson. Keith has managed many large, complicated jobs on boats over the years and brings a wealth of information and knowledge with him to the sales team.