If you're thinking that this is one of those glass-bottom boats that you might find near a southern resort hotel, well you might want to look closer. The aqua color is about as close to the Caribbean as you will get. In reality, it's skiff tied up along Fish Beach on Monhegan. If you're looking to join the island working community, one of the most challenging jobs is making your living directly from the sea. Heck, when that wet, fog breeze blew across the island Saturday, it was cold enough for me. If you are lining up to put your lobster traps in on Trap Day (January 1), you wouldn't find me in the next boat. Look for me in the wimp line, probably sampling a lobster roll with a cup of clam chowder at the Barnacle. Later, if I had a TV on the island (water and electricity are precious items), I'd just kick back and watch the latest installment of "The Deadliest Catch". That's as close as I'd venture most cold days out here. The beauty seen covering this island, often disguises the hardships and danger of making a living on the water out here. Maybe the newly opened brewery needs a hand or two sampling their pale ales. I could do that!