I spent four days last week documenting the Chebeague Transportation Company, a non-profit organization owned by the people of Maine’s Chebeague Island. The company owns three ships; their main ferry is The Islander, the charter and back-up ferry is called The Pied Piper, and they also own a barge which takes trips twice a week to transport vehicles and freight. Chebeague Island is Maine’s newest town, after having seceded from the mainland town of Cumberland back in 2007. The island has only 350 year-round residents, but many families have been summering here for generations. I chose to document the a few days on board the CTC’s ships as a part of a workshop I took at The Salt Institute of Documentary Studies.