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Click here for previous posts on SAILing cargo.  You may recall the vessel Ceres, which moved cargo from Vermont to NYC two years ago and which this summer suspended those efforts.

The sailing vessel below–credit to Stefan Edick– is the venerable schooner Adventure.  Built in 1926 in Essex MA, she doryfished for three decades before times forced several re-invention.  Recently, she got back into moving food, transporting $70,000 of Maine farm and sea bounty from Commercial Wharf  in Portland to Boston’s Long Wharf.

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Here she passes Spring Point Ledge Light, with Fort Gorges in the distance.  All the photos that follow are used with credit to Mark Hartman via Jessica Suda.

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She’s prepared for the cargo and

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loaded.

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Here’s Adventure arrived in Boston, where

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Metro Pedal Power takes over to move the goods to market.

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Click here for the Maine Sail Freight Flickr page.

 

 

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