|Looks like the Ship Owner to us.|
A CAPTAINA Captain is said to be a [person] who knows a great deal about very little and goes on knowing more and more about less and less until finally he knows practically everything about nothing.
AN ENGINEERAn Engineer, on the other hand, is a [person] who knows very little about a great deal and goes on knowing less and less about more and more until he knows practically nothing about everything.
AN AGENTAn Agent starts out knowing practically everything about everything and ends up knowing nothing about everything, due mainly to his association with the Captain and the Engineer.
A SHIP OWNERIn order to stay in business, the Owner must employ the Captain, the Engineer and the Agent. These three characters do their best and finally succeed in putting the Owner out of business.
Author unknown. The Sea Chest. Quarterly membership journal. Puget Sound Maritime. September 1986.