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New W&W Available


The Spring 2011 issue of Wing and Wing is at the printers and will be mailed out soon. In the meantime, those of you who have (1) registered on this website and (2) let me know what your user names are so I can grant you access to the Member-Only areas can get a jump on things and have an early read! If you are not an ASA Member and would like to gain access, please click here and consider joining us!

Peter Phillipps Memorial

A memorial for Peter Phillipps will be held in Rockland on Saturday, May 21. Jeanette Phillipps has creaated a wonderful memorial website which can be seen at http://1000memories.com/peter-phillipps/family-and-friends

Pete's famaily and many of his schooner friends are sure to be there.

Dogwatch

New W&W Available

The Winter 2010 issue of Wing and Wing is at the printers and will be mailed out soon. In the meantime, those of you who have (1) registered on this website and (2) let me know what your user names are so I can grant you access to the Member-Only areas can get a jump on things and have an early read! If you are not an ASA Member and would like to gain access, please click here and consider joining us!

Peter Phillipps

The schooner world, and many of our friends and fellow sailors, will be saddened to learned that Pete Phillipps died Sunday, December 19, in Maine.

Our most sincere condolonces go out to Jeanette and Pete's family.

Sail on, Voyager!!

Dogwatch

[corrected 24 January 2011]

Schooner THE NYMPH ERRANT

I received the following request for information:

Years ago I chartered a schooner out of Maine called The Nymph Errant. I am inquiring if your association or members are aware of her current status.
Thanks you for any info you can provide on this subject.
Cheers
John Bathurst
jbathurs@shaw.ca

Schooner THOMAS H. LAWRENCE

I received the following request for information about the schooner THOMAS H. LAWRENCE:

John Milner Associates, Inc. is seeking any information concerning the 3-masted schooner Thomas H. Lawrence. The Lawrence was built by Crosbie & Son of East Boston in 1891. She was abandoned in New Bedford, Massachusetts sometime after 1939 and burned in New Bedford on July 4, 1941. We would be especially interested in locating original vessel plans and photos. We would also be interested in information on other 3-masters of similar age and size that may still exist.

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