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Yes .. also known as a Spirt 23..
The maker was Glastron in Austin Texas.. The designer Bob Finch. They also made a 21 and a 28. Not particulary well made I must confess.. lots of plastic parts. All said tho I loved mine. I owned an 1980 which I purchased in 1987 and sold in 1999.

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Beautiful boat...

Wianno Senior perhaps? Something in that era, but the cockpit doesn't quite look like a Captain Nat design. Although perhaps this thread is already deceased...
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Neat thread concept.

Some kind of gaff rigged skipjack?
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I don't know what sort of boat this is, but does it happen to be the one they hauled out of the chesapeak?

CanalSide... Chesapeake City, Maryland: Sunken Schooner "Heron"Lifted from C & D Canal
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Believe you're a bit confused... the Heron in the photo only has a single mast...and by definition can't be a schooner...also, don't believe it was sunk recently.
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Believe you're a bit confused... the Heron in the photo only has a single mast...and by definition can't be a schooner...also, don't believe it was sunk recently.
Oh that's true! I didn't put those together.

Is it a Dark Harbor 17?

Edit: Yes/No/Maybe/Close?!@?

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