Brendan's hand drawn lettering up for placement.
Oliver works on installing the bow cleats.
The product of my work on the main sheet winch, blocks, and cleat.
On Tuesday afternoon, the main mast arrives from Orleans.
A detail of the Main Mast.
"STARRY NIGHT" gold leaf lettering by Brendan.
Alfie spends a couple weeks with us teaching us how to install the mast hardware. Here he installs the head with the LED lights.
Stepping the Mizzen mast, an easy task for 2 people.
Readying the Main Mast for stepping.
Alfie's fancy feathering two blade prop.
Baxter brings in a crane to lift up the main mast...though it only weighs roughly 130lbs.
Stepping the Main.
The main in and secured with temporary line stays.
Alfie works on splicing in the thimbles in the wire stays for the main mast.
She is now a yawl.
With the booms rigged, Alfie shows Oliver the placement for the centerboard pennant blocks.
On Friday, Alfie installs the Tiller and the rain washes the deck down.
Saturday afternoon, September 12, the crew of PBW, designers of the MC-30 for a photograph.
She touches salt water for the first time.
And rests safely at the dock at Pease Boat Works, with the boatyard in the background.
On Monday, I help Alfie tow the STARRY NIGHT to Nantucket.
Rounding Brant Point.
The Last Shot Of The Week. After a year of building, she rests at Old North Wharf in Nantucket.