The house and boatyard are SOLD! And it’s taken weeks but Francis and I have emptied out two attics, a shed, a storage room and two 20 foot shipping containers. What we think we might need is inventoried, boxed and waiting to be stuffed into Seeker. Paul Nosak gave us a big hand moving the shipping containers and the gantry … Read More
Thank you to everyone for coming out. I had a blast. It was fantastic to meet so many followers from all across the US! I love that we have built something that brings people together in such a positive way. Wish we could have had the boat in the water, and I hope we get to make that up to … Read More
My larger than expected 15 hp motor on our 12 ft dinghy came close to ripping the transom off and making Chris Pilling wade back to shore. I’m glad it held together as he’d still be bitching about that. So Dave showed up and welded in a much improved over new transom. And without any plywood to rot out in … Read More
I had a great bunch of crew in and Seeker went back together much faster than expected without any major hitches. Now it’s just a matter of patience and perseverance and we’ll figure out some insurance so we can get her in the water. Until then it’s all about selling off everything that is not going to sea.
The Boat the Internet Built is on the move, and the can do attitude that built this boat and frankly this country and it’s industry is also moving her down the road. We salute the men and women that put their minds and muscles to to job of building, fabricating, and creating the world we take for granted.