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Schooner rig on a cat?  Anyone know this cat named Peace?  Thanks to David, check Wharram.

Here’s a closer shot at stern, where an inflatable tender hangs.

In fall the prevailing sail traffic around the boro is south.  Registry on this ketch was Naples, FL, I think.  That line trailing might cause troubles.

Pioneer – here motoring off the dock – works for another month or so, as

does Shearwater.  Both had a respectable paying load Sunday afternoon.

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