Everyone onboard participates in our daily routines.
We asked Gus- one of our feline crew members- to share a typical day aboard his new home...
|Huh?... Was that 7 bells already? Time to get ready for my watch...|
|This is a candid shot of me during the ongoing course of my duties- which I take very seriously by-the-way...|
|A furtive glance through the pilothouse window reveals the next watch is preparing to relieve me. |
Times sure flies when I'm working...
|You're a good relief, Sir, er, Dad...|
|Now for a little down time with some of the off-watch on this sunny afternoon...|
|Then some serious Z's before my next duty...|
Advice for others?
If I have learned anything, its how important it is to find a way to take space; to develop a reliable method for achieving some alone time when living in confined quarters. It is also imperative that one find a way to relax, to decompress from the day-to-day stresses of life at sea.
As you can see, I'm still experimenting... [Sorry about the muffled echo...]
Here are some answers to other questions I'm often asked: