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Gabby L. Miller is only three years old.

Built right here in the sixth boro,

she just might grow into  . . . something larger than her 25′ loa x 13  and 660 hp.

Notice the crew quarters under the house?  Gabby first appeared on this blog last Labor Day.

Below, Mark Miller, a utility boat I’ve never seen closer than this, has dimensions of 65′ x 18 with 185 hp.

Sorensen is Miller’s largest crewboat:  110′ x 25 with 2040 hp.

It’s Miller’s Launch time.

Fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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