A lifelong Long Island resident, Professor Kreuter’s early career involved Radio and Television Repair while working for a major military electronics contractor helping to design various military defense systems. After his discharge from the US Army he resumed his career in the electronics industry as a member of the engineering team responsible for the design of the first CRT computer terminals.

After leaving engineering, Professor Kreuter moved to microelectronic components sales for the world’s largest supplier of microcomputer components with increasing responsibility as District Sales Manager and finally as General Manager of a large electronic component distributor.

Never far from the water, had Professor Kreuter’s interest in things nautical begun at an early age. After owning various boats, he now owns and operates a Marina and Boat and Motor sales operation on eastern Long Island.


MT-43, Marina Management, 3 credit, 4 hours

MT-50 Introduction to Outboards, 3 credits, 3 hours

MT-54, Low Voltage, 2 credits, 3 hours

MT-54, Refrigeration, Hydraulic and Fiberglass Technology, 3 credit, 4 hours

MT-56, Advanced Outboards, 3 credits, 4 hours

MT-57, Vessel Systems, 3 credits, 4 hours


1978, Bachelors of Science, Computer Science, NY Institute of Technology

1983, Master of Business Administration, Marketing, NY Institute of Technology

Selected Publications and/or Other Resources

Co-author of a monthly column “Boat Talk”, Long Island Boating World

Co-author of various technical articles for “Boating Magazine”

Research Interests

Developing classroom simulators for boat systems

Institutional Affiliations / Professional Societies

Association of Marine Industries, Past President, Member of the Board

Empire State Marine Trades Association, Past President, Member of the Executive Board

Marine Industry Training and Education Council, Member of the Executive Board

Association of Marine Technicians, Member of the Board