The collections include devices for catching seagulls and crows, axes for chopping ice, fishing boots, nets, wools, lines and reels for ropes, without which it was impossible to sail out to sea. Other than getting acquainted with the everyday utilities, there are also presentations of interesting and colourful fishing stories, the history of voyages into the dark depths of the sea and Kashubian legends. Mr. Juliusz is the personal guide to the museum. He has an excellent way of demonstrating the application of certain objects from his collection. The more interesting exhibitions include a bench for carving wooden shoes, a beam used to hunt seals, suspenders for pulling in nets, and a wave pacifier. The museum is located on the first floor of the fisherman’s hut, the ground floor of which is occupied by a stucco workshop. In compliance with the family tradition, the workshop has been making traditional sailboats from oak and larch wood for three generations. The “Under the Thatch” Museum is a perfect place to learn about the tradition of the lives of sea fishermen.