The Traveler was the dream of a man named Art Crimmins. He began designing her while serving in the Coast Guard during WWII. He chose to have her hull built in Man-O-War Cay, Bahamas, by William H. Albury and his men.
She was born in the Islands and finished in the States. As the first charter vessel licensed to cross the Gulfstream from Miami. She crossed the Stream countless times and has many stories to tell. She's a vessel with a rich history and right now, needs some help.
See a photo and how to help.