Meet the Mariner's Mirror Crew! Our crew is made up of completely fictional personages we created. Our crew members may be at different stages of their lives; however they capture the lifestyle and attitude we raise our glass to! Do any of our characters remind you of someone you know?
AGE: Late 20s
Favorite Shirt: Mayday
Danny is the novice of our Mariners. A seasoned party-goer with a good head on his shoulders; who still justifies the Koozies stuffed under the back seat of his new vehicle by attending a top of the line Graduate program (nights of course). He is our city go-er by week, Jimmy Buffet front man by weekend. His use of tanning oil qualifies his dedication to having the ultimate post beach three-button shirt look. He thinks women like this, but ultimately doesn’t care because this is his time to shine. This Mariner isn’t looking for love; he is looking to hit the beach with a bucket of coronas and live life to the fullest.
AGE: 30s...ish (he's an energetic dad and he doesn't feel a day older than Danny.)
Favorite Shirt: Weekend Parking Spot
Mariner Mike has hung up his “Weekend Warrior” status to join the “Super Dad” brigade. Not to worry though, it is simply hanging in the cellar next to his Fraternity paddle (out of sight, out of mind does not apply to this Mariner). Though there may be floral curtains in his bedroom and his weekends now include coaching his kid’s soccer game, he still has a wet bar in the basement, ‘toys’ in the garage, and a fridge full of beers for the casual man-fest on a Saturday afternoon.
AGE: Old enough to know better
Favorite Shirt: Slow No Wake
Master Mariner at heart and sea. This is our ultimate ‘been there - done that’ veteran. He has traded in the 18’ footer (trailer included) for a ‘big boy boat’ and everyone knows it. He has taken years of Mariner experience and cultivated his back yard into his dream marina, with him as Dock Master of course. Whether on the shores of the Northeast in the summer or the gulf of the Southeast in the winter, our Mariner can be found mingling with the local folk or dining at the yacht club. As Master Mariner he has lived the possibilities, but is still excited of what’s ahead. He continues to live in the moment knowing he has accomplished a lifetime of ideal days...
He has seen his Mariner’s Mirror.