Carl 'Rocky' Mason
Carl ‘Rocky’ Mason (45) left school at sixteen and, after completing his training aged just seventeen, he served with the commando units of Royal Marines -
After receiving an exemplary discharge, Rocky acted as military advisor to Mearsk Shipping during the First Gulf War and served on many ships in the war zone.
At the end of the conflict he took part in a variety of privately run missions in Africa and the Far East and worked as a close protection, surveillance and undercover operative in the UK.
After a mission on Africa’s Ivory Coast went wrong, Rocky decided to spend some time in England with his newly born son. He appeared in many films as a military stuntman before starting a specialist company providing security for a number of film and television companies.
Rocky was drawn back out into a life on the open water as the threat of piracy emerged and he was asked to help re-
Since then Rocky has worked to protect ships in the most dangerous, pirate-
Despite the dangers, Rocky still currently works guarding ships from pirates in the most dangerous waters in the world.