Tour boat captain reflects on 70 years of sailing | The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times| Mon Sep 25 11:24:56 EDT 2017
RYE, N.H. (AP) — Retired last week, after 21 years as captain of the Uncle Oscar tour boat, Sue Reynolds climbed aboard her first boat about 70 years ago. She was summering with family at a Hampton cottage, about 3-years-old at the time and was friends with the daughter of a lobster fisherman next door. “He put us in a tethered rowboat and pulled us back and forth,” Reynolds said. “I’ve always liked boats.” For the last two decades, Reynolds has motored passengers to and from the Isles of Shoals, while sharing tales of its salty history. She founded a nonprofit to restore an offshore lighthouse, showed visitors how lobsters are caught and mentored young mariners. On Sunday, Reynolds watched ..

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