Miles Marine is a division of Timestream Pictures.For more information contact Robert D. Miles at 423-453-4911
Robert and his family shark fishing in Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington
The "Tanya" a 44' gaft-rigged Ketch, salvaged and rebuilt by Robert and partners, in Portland, Oregon in the 1960s. The ship was constructed of wood, but dry rot damaged the wood hull, which was later replaced entirely with steel. When completed, the Tanya was featured in "Sail" Magazine.
An early attempt to build the largest trimaran in the world. Construction took place in Sausalito, near San Francisco, California. This project failed and the ship project was never competed.
Here the Fairweather One 67' Catamaran Sailing Vessel is shown while under construction. Only one hull is show as it awaits transport to Long Beach, California for assembly. It was at that time one of the largest vessels of its type in the world. Fairweather One was designed by Robert and built by a large number of partners in one year,
The "Reel Adventure" 27' dory designed and built for fishing in Alaska .
The Safespace One Prototype Vessel Designated (SS-1-P)
The Safespace One Prototype Vessel designated (SS-1-P) while still a concept ship, is currently under construction in the virtual universe. We invite you to assist us to make this dream become a reality.
Once actual construction begins our plans are to also use the SS-1-P in as a movie set. Construction will begin immediately once funding, and personnel have been secured.
Experienced ship builder and sea captain, Robert D. Miles has been working diligently to develop plans for a shipyard construction area as well as working out construction details and personnel requirements for building the ship.
Anyone interested in being a part of the special ship construction team should email us their pertinent biographical information as soon as possible.
The actual vessel, the SS-1-P, will be approximately 130 feet long and 80 feet wide, with five decks. The vessel will have approximately 25,000 sq. ft. of living and working area and wilh accommodations for twenty crew members and their families as well as spacious accommodations for up to ten guests.
While different locations are being considered for the actual construction of the ship, Chattnnooga, Tennessee USA currently tops the list of possible locations. Located on the Tennessee river Chattanooga and its surrounding communities have numerous connecting waterways which can easily support an ultra-modern shipyard with local support and skilled craftsmen available to assist the special Safespace construction team to rapidly assemble the ship.
Upon completion of the film the SS-1-P will begin a tour of East coast rivers, and cities and then head on a tour of virtually every major port on planet Earth.
Major media will be involved and film, video, motion picture, radio show host, and public relations, product placement, and people of all talents and abilites are invited to apply
The "Fairweather One" a 67 ft. Catamaran Sailing Vessel was designed and built by Robert D. Miles and his working partners. It had 3,000 sq. ft. of working and living space. The mast is 80 ft. off the water. The ship carried 3,000 sq. ft. of sails, had twin diesel engines, and a cruising speed of 18 knots.