An Evening with the Highlander Sea

2006-03-29 19:03
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Location:
Essex, MA

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The ASA received notice of the following event. It sounds extremely interesting, and I'm planning on going. I hope to see many of you there!
Alex Rhinelander
Commodore, ASA
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AN EVENING WITH THE SCHOONER HIGHLANDER SEA
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 2006
7:30 PM
ESSEX SHIPBUILDING MUSEUM
REAR 66 MAIN STREET
ESSEX, MA
978.768.7541
www.essexshipbuildingmuseum.org

Caulker Wanted

Schooner Adventure is looking for an experienced caulker to finish caulking the port and starboard sides of Schooner Adventure. She is at drydock at Rose's Marine in Gloucester, MA. 3 to 4 weeks worth of work.
Please contact Joanne Souza, 978-281-8079, or jsouza@schooner-adventure.org

all set

Think this is around 1922

Any one recognise this boat? I'm in love. Phin

Endangered Schooners List

Although the catalyst for the creation of the Save Our Schooners Committee was the current plight of the schooner Ernestina, the committee's charge includes endangered schooners nationwide. To that end, a first task for the committee is to create a list of such vessels and to prioritize it in terms of their significance and state of peril.

We would welcome nominations to our list. Candidates can be submitted to me at sos@amschooner.org.

Mary Anne McQuillan

Save Our Schooners Committee

At this year's Annual Meeting it was voted that the ASA establish a committee charged with working to help preserve schooners of historic significance. Those interested in the topic held an informal meeting following the Annual Meeting. The following volunteered to be members of this committee.

Committee Membership
Mary Anne McQuillan (chair)
Jim Cassidy
Carl Herzog
Sam Hoyt
Alex Rhinelander (ex-officio)
Jeffrey Richmond
Mike Santos
Fred Sterner
Laurie Weizen

Any other members who wish to become involved in this project should contact Mary Anne at sos@amschooner.org

Alex Rhinelander
Commodore, ASA

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