Bree Capt. Kyle Liane echoes Ringhaver's sentiments, mentioning that a large crew can be an asset, as well as a challenge. "Large crews can certainly lead to personality conflicts," he says. "But fortunately, that's not a problem in our case. In fact, having the yacht crew takes a tremendous amount of pressure off the fishing-boat crew. That's probably the best thing about having the mothership around. When we get up early, fish all day and arrive back late, the yacht crew more or less takes over for the remainder of the evening. We're all working toward the same goal, which is keeping the owner and guests happy, so it's a big relief. It lets us catch our breath. In fact, if anything, it improves our ability to fish. We have time to get everything ready for the next day and get a good night's sleep."