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I’ve always found that parts of New York remind me of New England.  Which parts you might wonder?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATry . . . the North Fork  . . . Greenport, NY, where many vessels were built during most of the first half of the 20th century.  I don’t know the story of this very lobsterboat type vessel . . .  other than that it could convince me to check if the Department of Health is hiring.  Check these boats from Cape Ann, Ma and parts downeast.

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This blue skiff, appearing to float on a wave of nets and floats, reminds me of vessels built along coastal NJ.  Check here for a 30′ Baykeeper vessel, built in Keyport, NJ.

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I love this blue skiff.

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