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Thanks to Tillerman for this exquisitely beautiful combination of surfing and sailing; check the story at Proper Course. I haven’t seen a sail on the harbor in months. Maybe one or another has been there and I missed it. I do miss seeing sailing craft though. So here’s some from last summer to compensate. Rosemary Ruth!

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Shearwater, below, heading up toward the Buttermilk Channel, started life in Maine. Check here for a fantastic update on the disappearance of the Revere sugar mill, just aft the mainmast of Shearwater.

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About 30 years senior, Richard Robbins, below, started life in South Jersey.

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Then there are mystery craft like this one with its tug sidekick passing the Winter Garden,

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Or this one with hull painted to resemble gun ports. Anyone identify these?

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Seth Tane American Painting

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