Category Archives: Captain’s Log

Back in the Shipyard

It’s been a long season, full of crazy weather, technical difficulties, a stream of skilled relief captains (so yours truly could run off and get married), and of course, thousands of students. And now, as winter approaches (quicker than many … Continue reading

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Let the games begin…

There are times when there are so many things going on it’s difficult to focus on any one thing and drastic steps need to be taken, like posting a 24×36 inch whiteboard in my office writing out six category headings, … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring and a million little things…

Here is a quick log to get everyone up to speed on how things are going up at the boat.  This time of year is always hectic, and with the wrap-up of our bow restoration, this year has proven no … Continue reading

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A great Shutter Day Bash and more great stuff in store.

A beautiful day was the setting for our shutter day celebration. We were joined by friends and newcomers to watch the final two planks go in! Over 150 people came down to Lynch’s Marina in Saugerties with enthusiasm, praise and … Continue reading

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Some boatbuilding basics…

Hi all you landlubbers, armchair sailors and wooden boat enthusiasts!  I wanted to shoot a quick log out there for a little restoration wrap-up review; just a few words and photos about some of the processes used in this monumental … Continue reading

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