Chuck, our cook. In this tiny galley, he cooked up some superb meals.
The engine room, my venue. I don't remember the horsepower, but the pistons in these two engines were 8 inches in diameter and traveled a 9 inch stroke. The slow-turning screws were ideal for pulling fishing and pleasure boats off the beach, a frequent task for this cutter.
Painting--the perennial task aboard ship.
A crew member changing the light bulbs in a navigation buoy.
Seldom out of sight of land, the executive officer didn't need his sextant much, but he practiced just the same.
Chief engineer at work, filling a gasoline can from our main tanks.