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Not Columbia, not Yankee, but at least we're getting away from the mainstream.
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Tartan 30 ?
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Ahhhh. I don't know why this took me so long. I've seen more than a few of them here on the Chesapeake, where they were originally built if I'm not mistaken:

Lippincot 30.

If I'm right, a new post will have to wait until tomorrow as I'm signing off (or someone can take my turn, alright with me).
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John's got it.. and I'm sure we can wait for you, JR.

I found that picture researching a question by "Marinesniper" earlier. 'night all.
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Hey, I got it! Sorry about the delay in posting another --- not much time for Sailnet today.

Not the best photo, but that will just make it a bit more challenging....




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Cheribuni schooner?
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Cheribuni schooner?
Even if it were (and I'm not saying it is), that's too vague.

Won't be able to check other answers for a while, apologies...
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ok As if I was confused enough before now I'm really lost hard enough trying to figure out well know hulls great post fer learnin tho......
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Dudley Dix Shearwater 45?

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Dudley Dix Shearwater 45?
And she is for sale too.
Great Looking Schooner.

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If a man is to be obsessed by something, I suppose a boat is as good as anything, perhaps a bit better than most - E.B. White
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