Charles W Morgan Restoration Photos

Discussion in 'Sailing Talk' started by Soundbounder, Mar 6, 2009.

  1. Soundbounder

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    Wavedancer Upside down? Staff Member

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    Thanks! That's an impressive project; hope to see it sometime.
     
  3. mackconsult

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    I used to live in Gayles Ferry, CT in fact I learned to sail on the Thames river out of the Navy base.

    Several times when I was a kid my dad would take us to Mystic Seaport, even on the Balboa 20 :D

    Its great to see she is being restored. I look forward to visiting her in the future with my kids.
     
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    I grew up sailing in Mystic... acutally... I still have a 32' Cape Dory there.I spent my childhood on that ship with my grandfather. Is she still part of the attactions at Mystic Seaport while she is undergoing renovations? I think that would be insanely interesting to watch the progress.
     
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    They have constructed a viewing platform, so visitors will be able to look at some of the work taking place.
    I don't know how limited or restrictive it will be.
     
  6. sheissmeister67

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    i was just there this past week you can still go inside and watch them work on it its really neat
     
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    wow... that must be interesting as hell. I can't wait to go see it being done!!!
     
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