From a young age, they worked in the family fishing boat while while studying to become professionals. At the age of twenty-one, they bought their first boat, launching them into artisan fishing for twenty years.
In 2002, when the Fishing Museum of Palamós opened, Ramón and Félix joined as collaborators with workshops, guided tours, and marine crafts, which were then sold to visitors in the museum’s shop. In 2006, they started working on a trawler belonging to their family and opened up another fishing system: gamba roja (red shrimp) in the Mediterranean, an iconic product from the port of Palamós.
In 2010, they diversified their work lives: Fèlix began work with another trawler while Ramón followed his passion for cooking. After working in various restaurants, Ramón joined the Promediterranean Foundation (which also manages the Fishing Museum) as the captain of the Espai del Peix, a gastronomic space that hosts demonstrations and workshops of traditional marine cuisine.
Other than being a professional fisherman, Félix works at the Fishing Museum and at the Espai del Peix as an expert of fishing ranxos, a marine knots workshop facilitator, and a tour guide. Both brothers are experts and skilled lecturers on marine craft and traditional cuisine.