If it sounds to good to be true, it must be one of Captain David’s crazy schemes that somehow always seem to work out.
Author: David Ryan
Introducing the First Three Montauk Catamaran Company Post-Apocalypse Freedom and Creativity Fellowship Awardees
An Artist Colony Meets the Algonquin Round Table Meets Water World
Need some time to unplug, relax, and recharge your creativity? Here’s your chance!
Tomorrow is moving day for Mon Tiki Largo, and Capt. David has some thoughts he can’t seem to write down.
It’s the end of the first week and I’ve already spent half of the money I made last summer. If you think offshore sailing is a thrill, try running a small business…!
Looking for something more interesting to do with your life? The Montauk Catamaran Company is hiring!
Property values, property rights, success, failure, and forging ahead.
Learning a trade may or may not be a good way to realize one’s individuality, but either way, a trade can be a good way to keep yourself and your family fed, clothed, and sheltered.
Risk, rewarding and unrewarding, considered again: Passenger safety edition
A comparison of airline pilot flight-time requirements vs charter boat captain sea-time requirements.
Weather and holiday obligations slowed, but didn’t stop work at the Montauk Catamaran Company Boat-works.
The days will start getting longer, but colder too, so we’re working to get the last two beams finished so we can move indoors!
Surge-pricing, cake icing, ambition as soul craft, and other ways to pass the time while doing repetitive work.
I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil: and thou hast tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and hast found them liars.
A short photo tour of a typical day in the Montauk Catamaran Company Boat Shop
Nutcracker madness is over, so it’s back to the boat shop!
For Hanneke Boon, messing about in boats isn’t a life-philosophy, it’s a life.