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I can’t understand why, but I instantly recognized this schooner . . . which I saw a year and a half ago here

It was anchored in Gravesend Bay.

I still know nothing more about her I know a bit more about her . . . check the comments.  That looks like a pinked stern, which could make it a downrigged  65′ Tom Colvin design.  Rosemary Ruth was Colvin.  And I have an update on Rosemary Ruth, which I’ll post one of these days.

Ambergris, from SW Harbor ME.

All photos, WVD, who wonders if anyone knows the boat.

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