North Carolina's 400th anniversary

by David Flagler
(Wilmington, NC)

Under the tutelage of master builder Geoff Schofield, this boat was built as part of North Carolina's 400th anniversary in 1986 at the NC Maritime Museum.

English explorers would have used a similar vessel to explore the shallows while the mother ship wisely stayed anchored offshore.

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Welcome aboard
by: Alan DeForest

Welcome aboard, Dave! You gotta come over and take a look at my boat and have a cup of coffee. And bring a steam box...

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