A short photo tour of a typical day in the Montauk Catamaran Company Boat Shop
Author: David Ryan
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.
The postman brings something important to the Montauk Catamaran Company boat shop, and the captain meditates on creativity and procrastination.
The more people you might kill, the more interested the Coast Guard is in what you’re doing.
How to make boat-bulding glue.
The first post in the ongoing chronicle of the construction of Mon Tiki Largo, a 63 foot ocean voyaging catamaran.
A lot to be thankful for, and something to look forward to!
Today we crossed a small milestone in the Montauk Catamaran Company boat shop.
A windfall of clamps offers a new way to work.
My wife says she’d much rather have me spend the winter building a boat in the driveway than picking fights on the internet.
I don’t know what woke me up this morning. But something did, and whatever that something was got me down to Mon Tiki just in time to see her break free.
I have some thoughts I’d like to share with you about the Dropbox dudebros, and medical missionaries, and privilege, and courage. But not just yet.
The season isn’t over, but it is winding down.
Sunset over Block Island Sound near the Montauk Inlet sea buoy, as seen from the deck of the Catamaran Mon Tiki
August 29, 2014. Best ever.
“Yes, I know. I don’t want to go back either. But there are some nice people I promised to take out on the next trip so they can experience what we’re experiencing now, so we have to turn around. But it is breaking my heart a little, because this is perfect and I never want it to end.”