Category Archives: Great Boats

Quissett Harbor, a little slice of heaven

The last few days have consisted of a large dosing of sunshine, cape sand, and salt water. All courtesy of a spot called Quissett harbor, and “The Knob” in Falmouth. Just up the coast from the Buzzards Bay side of … Continue reading

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The Invaders

No they aren’t Mongolian, but they have spanned most of the known world. I’m talking about the iconic Invader class tugs built by Crowley in the mid seventies. 136′ of ocean going power, 25 of these tugs have conducted ocean … Continue reading

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Change of Scenery

Well as it happens I’m currently on loan to the Philadelphia office while a couple of the boats I am normally on under go shipyard periods. As luck would have it they needed some extra help down here so last … Continue reading

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Buy my boat!

Safari is still for sale folks! I will be taking the winter cover off soon and cleaning her up for those interested in seeing her! Check out her page on here or look at a few of the photos below. … Continue reading

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Safari can be yours!

Edey & Duff Stonehorse hull #3 Safari is a great example of the timeless pocket cruiser and daysailer built in fiberglass by Edey & Duff. Well mannered under sail and easily handled by one she has given me some great … Continue reading

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Cohasset Harbor

Took a drive today and took a couple shots at Cohasset harbor. One lobster boat, the Ida Jean, really caught my eye. In a town of million dollar homes, soccer moms in Range Rovers, and very good high school lacrosse. … Continue reading

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More Toy Boats

Ran some of the RC fleet today and worked on the new boat a bit. It was a little too rough in the one cove I could run in, I had to avoid seemingly every retired man in Plymouth who … Continue reading

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