Our workshop is footsteps from the Mystic River and an awesome view of the drawbridge. We see so many boats going up and down the river it's a non stop movie! You can sit on the benches at the edge of the Mystic River Park, along the boardwalk. A great pastime while in between shopping and dining in downtown Mystic.
Many of us are seen running out of the shop with our cameras to capture some rarely seen ships and yachts that are cruising by or waiting for the bridge to open, especially Jill. She has so many photos that we decided to get them all in one place to share.
We also photograph lots of our knotty products with the river and bridge in the background. Very nautical!
Enjoy this collection or better yet come to Mystic and see for yourself.
The Roseway heading upriver to the Mystic Seaport
Aphrodite, usually docked in Watch Hill. Look up her history she was involved in the war and has been rebuilt a few times.
Novelty of Mystic River Cruises and the Brilliant
We often photograph our products on the bridge or with the bridge in the background
The popular wreath ornament
Great day for a photo session
Basket of bracelets
Draken, a Viking Ship docked at the boardwalk.
Sailing class coming through!
Busy day at the bridge
The Pilot out front and another old boat cruising through
Unicorn waiting for the bridge to go up
Unicorn still waiting
A little celebratory fire boat action
Watching the antique boat parade
Antique boat parade
The tour boat Sabino
A kayaker's view and our snowman ornament
The Liberator from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in New York
Jill with the newly completed 7 foot wreath for the Mystic Bridge House
Matt and company will decorate the wreath for holidays and seasons
The giant shamrock and a tour boat going through
Nicely converted lobster boat
The Mayflower after it's 3 year restoration
Bridge is up, 2020 Floatchella kayakers in foreground