Mr. EOS hails from a long rich history of whaling captains, and a still intact whaling captain log that the family treasures. Some of those family whaling captain heirlooms sit proudly in the Whaling Museum in New Bedford, a great visit if you’re ever in the area.
The tradition continues. While not mighty enough to spear a whale, the Captain of this new skiff will haul in lobsters and reel in bass and blues to feed his waiting family!
First the trailer needs to be registered, a pain because it never had a title but Mr. EOS said there’s a legal workaround for such problems but it’ll require going to a regional DMV, if one can even do that today! Probably by appointment only.
He’s a happy whaling captain today with a new toy to deck out. It needs a new seat and a new Garmin that has a screen big enough for old eyes to see.
She’s not named or christened yet so perhaps we can help Mr. EOS come up with a clever moniker. He didn’t like my suggestion of Queen Mary 3. 😬