Joyce Johnson WOMR "Sands of Time" interview with Flyer Santos on June 14, 2002. Aged 86 at the time of this interview, is the grandson of a Whaler/Schooner fisherman, and the son a Schooner Man. Heâ€™s built boats for decades at "Flyerâ€™s" Boatyard, now owned by his son, Francis John ("Grassy"), located on the former site of the Provincetown Wharf Theatre (home of Eugene Oâ€™Neillâ€™s first plays). He started the West End Racing Club, mainly to teach kids to swim and sail, since "not one in a hundred" fishermen knew how to swim. He is the lead builder of the half-scale model of the Rose Dorothea fishing schooner in the (former Chrysler / Heritage Museum) current Provincetown Library. The schooner took 10-11 unpaid years to build, using second-hand materials. "Flyer" credits the sail to Matt McGuire, Nova Scotian sail maker, and the scroll work to Ernie Enos, Graphic Artist who used a special paint heâ€™d mixed 10 years before.