The fundamental motive for this thesis project was the European Directive 6.1.10, which was about the permanent pause of the fishing activities in the Aegean Sea and the destruction of the fishing boats. The main goal is to acknowledge the importance of the preservation of the wooden boats on the sea waters of the country, and to mention the impact that comes from their presence in each local society. Moreover, it is crucial to maintain the traditional dockyard of Koufonissi, which is now under the supervision of the local fishermen, who are doing their boat maintenances by themselves. To achieve these goals, we suggest the creation of workshops, which will be counting on the crafting skills that those fishermen have developed the past years, changing, also, the use of the boat accordingly. The case study that we examine here as workshops is the collection of plastic waste from the islands of Naxos and Lesser Cyclades Municipality, aiming to recycle them in the specifically formed spaces of the site. Thus, through this procedure, we witness the change of the use of the traditional boats and, also, of the fishermen. However, what stand still are the dockyard and the sea network.