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A schooner named Adventurer meets a tugboat called Charles D. McAllister over by Stapleton.  I’m sure this is not the 1925 schooner Adventurer.  It could be this one.

Triple Net sails out of Bridgeport CT in summers.

Nine Lives has a name used elsewhere . . .

Sea Duck II is likely powered by a diesel, but it’s not a diesel duck . . ., which would be a larger vessel. 

I believe this is this Grand Eagle.

Salty Dogs . . . has to be another widely used name for a yacht. 

All photos in different types of weather, WVD.

 

Hats off to all the sailboats that SAIL in, like Knotta Yachta here and Serenity in the distance. 

I know there are reasons that sometimes require motoring in, as the beautiful ketch Bellina was here. 

. . . or in drizzle, Adventurer.

But this cutter (?) came in the other day and impressed me.

This boat had four sails set and a fair tide

 

and through the Narrows they came,

 

and sailed in as far as I followed them.  Merry crew, hats off. 

All photos and any errors, WVD.

The two headsails make that a cutter rig, right?

 

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