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Is that a 1KSB?

.... she may not go to weather but crack the sheets and I reckon she'll do a bit better than that ....
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Beautiful rig. I guess you two deserve some nice peaceful sailing.
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Looks like a traditional Dutch "flat bottom" boat I used to see on the shallow waters of the Waddenzee and IJsselmeer. A Lemsteraak perhaps?
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not Canal Boats as such but close relatives .....




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Looks like a traditional Dutch "flat bottom" boat I used to see on the shallow waters of the Waddenzee and IJsselmeer. A Lemsteraak perhaps?
Naa, een Groningse Tjalk.
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Naa, een Groningse Tjalk.
Well, I was close--only one province over

My uncle had a Vollenhovense Bol, a beautiful boat on which I got my first taste of sailing.

Good luck with your next adventure!
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