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Thanks to my sister for sending these photos along from Nassau.  Amber Jack and fleet mates look to be in need of some work, but I am out of my depth here;  I’ve been unable to find little out about these boats.  I thought the rendering was unusual as well.

Snapper sports a different version of bow pudding.


If I’m not mistaken, that’s Atlantis in the distance.

From l to r here, they are Lady Holley, Tiki, and Turbot.  Is that upper platform of Turbot used for pilot transfers?

Maybe someone can help identify the age and provenance of these tugs that seem somewhat down at the heels.

Thanks, sister.


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