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CB, you might recall, is “Chicago bound,” and we have now arrived, lingered, and turned back.  In a few days, another series will start, keyed to that journey.

Below . . .I guess we could have a contest to “name that boat or situation below.”

Then there’s Jim Ratcliffe‘s Hamilton I . . . 17 crew for 12 passengers and the smaller of his yachts.

Summer is winding down also, so this post is mostly devoted to recreational boats.  Sweet Evelyn offers an interesting niche not occupied in NYC.

Skyline Queen gets the prize for unusual paint job.

The small USCG boats train throwing a monkey’s fist.

A charming Chris Craft Sea Skiff comes and

goes.

Kayaks go out to surround Big Eagle, 

and Lacey Kay heads down bound from Detroit.

Happy Labor Day weekend if you’re not laboring.

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

 

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