More from Cuttyhunk – treats in the harbor

One nice thing about knocking around Cuttyhunk is that there are usually a modest number of boats worth ogling. Here are a few choice ones from the trip:

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Bill McKay

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Hi,
Thanks for all your work on your blog; I have learned quite a bit reading it; I too revere Cuttyhunk In the boat photos; I laughed at the Frog Pond Marine green workboat… anchored because Jim …
Hi,
Thanks for all your work on your blog; I have learned quite a bit reading it; I too revere Cuttyhunk In the boat photos; I laughed at the Frog Pond Marine green workboat… anchored because Jim NEVER keeps his engines running. I have known the Barry;s for about 40 years and have a million funny stories about them (mostly Jimbo!!!!) I also have a 110 year old catboat (which I noticed you label ‘sloop’ – good! as that one leaving the harbor has a jib. Mine is yawl rigged so people refer to me as a real bastard. Anyway, look for a weird catboat – with leeboards- next time you are around.

Sincerely,
Bill McKay

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