Randall and Noah, with the million dollar view from the crows nest!
Noah created a wonderful coil of Manila rope, and is shown here working on the rigging. Some views of the deadeyes and pin rails on Matthew Turner. Dan Shugrue enjoying his workday aboard the vessel, with the Army Corps of Engineer vessel, Raccoon, in the background.
Our team has been busy completing Matthew Turner's deck and spars. Thank you for your support in helping us launch the ship and reach the final stages of construction! I am particularly excited about rigging the ship for sail. Imagine the flurry of activity as sails are set and we head out on a voyage,
At the Sausalito Art Festival in 2013, Jim was fascinated by the big white tent and a huge pile of lumber. By 2014 Matthew Turner's frames were being erected, and Jim signed on as a volunteer. At first he was planing lumber and pushing logs around. When Alan learned that Jim was a Professional Engineer