My crew mate and I replacing blocks at the top of the masts. We had to be hoisted up by other crew members with nothing but a climbing harness.
Enjoying one of the many beautiful sunsets over the Sound on the bowsprit.
The main cabin of our ship.
The Captain and First Mate giving me some valuable steering lessons.
The galley, or kitchen, of the SoundWaters ship.
Some of the best crew I could ask for!
The jib sail is the smallest sail at the forfront of the ship, therefore the nickname was bestowed upon me, for the littlest sailor.
Posing for a quick photo while working on our line handling skills. They were naturals!
Some of our "fan" mail from previous students. Proudly hung on the bulkhead (wall) of the cabin.
Crewmate Rohan and I in knots class with some of our visiting students.
Working at the bow before the end of the season.
Another perspective of me working on the center mast. It was very intimidating being that high with only one rope holding you in place!
An example of some of the rubbish we salvage from the Sound. Doing our part to keep it beautiful!
Taking some time to sand blocks on solid ground. In the work space of the SoundWaters home office.
Tying down the sails for docking. Another beautiful day on the Long Island Sound!