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October 15th 2018 - 12:52

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by: saltydog62
June 2nd, 2004
Hello! Intro and a couple questions.
Just found this site and I like it! Sailed schooners in Maine back in the 80īs and miss it. Crewed on the Victory Chimes, Angelique, Mary Day, Mercantile, and Roseway. Is it alright to post stories/pictures not related to SALTS? If so where would be the right forum? Was also wondering if anyone might know where to look for information on a Sq. Topsl. schooner built in 1985/86 in Rockland Maine that sank the next year. She was called Dayspring. Must be some info on her somewhere.

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by: sbaker
June 21st, 2004
Re: Hello! Intro and a couple questions.

Please feel free to post any stories/photos you have - weīd love to see them. There is a stories topic in the General Sailing forum that is probably the most approperiate and also a Tall Ships category in the photo gallery.

I donīt know anything about the Dayspring myself - but perhaps someone will have some info.

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Scott W. Baker

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