As an owner/operator, you can't always afford to hire a mechanic, and you end up fixing a lot of stuff on the boat yourself. All the years of working on things on other people's boats and I kept thinking, Gee, I wish they hadn't put that air-conditioner pump in the corner, where it's so hard to reach. You learn a lot about potential optimizations. The other good thing about Oregon Inlet is that it's so tightknit that when someone has a problem, everybody tries to help. I eventually started asking a few people if there was any interest in building a boat, and three or four said yes right away. So in 2002, we drew up a couple of contracts, broke ground on a shop, and that's how we started. I did not see it coming at all. But guys like Mark [Willis], Roy Merritt, Michael Rybovich, Paul [Spencer] and others were massively helpful, encouraging me to go forward with it.