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    “Fastnet Rock” Both Lighthouses before the smaller one was moved to shore. Larger stone lighthouse first light 1904. Schooner "Pegleg" port of call Imagination
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  3. TimTab
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    Beautiful.
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    Melusine is very slippery looking indeed. It is a shame we have mostly lost the art of hot molded wooden boat construction. I own a Hot moled International 14' Jet class designed by: (Howard...
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    My 63' tri is still working as expected. I have started thinking about a new onecarabao_cropped by boatgm2 posted Mar 20, 2012 at 3:38 PM
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