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Wednesday June 10, 2015

June 10, 2015 in Uncategorized

FREE SAILING & ROWING PROGRAM SET TO RETURN

Courses also available in July/August

Our newest listing: a SeaBird Loon, 21 ft, 1953:
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SeaBird Utility, 21 ft, 1953
This 1953 Seabird is the Loon Edition. The  “Bird” is 21 feet long and makes for a wonderful touring boat. It is beautifully upholstered (new) and seats 7 comfortably. 100hp flathead 6 cylinder Buchanan engine runs great. The bottom of the Bird was scraped and repainted approx. 6-7 years ago. Price: $15,900.  For contact information please see ad number pb642 on the Antique/Classic Boats page,  or click on the link. pb642
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Also:  free sailing/rowing classes from the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton New York:  (Please see text below)

CLAYTON, New York (June 9, 2015) – The Antique Boat Museum (ABM), North America’s premier freshwater nautical museum based in Clayton, New York, announced today its free summer sailing and rowing opportunities for 2015.

Beginning on Tuesday, June 23, the ABM will kick-off its popular Tuesday Night Sailing & Rowing program. This free weekly event takes place June 23 through August 11 and begins each week at 5:30 p.m.

This program is open to the public and to those of all ages. No sailing experience is required. The ABM staff are the boat with visitors teaching you and guiding you through basic sailing technique.

Not interested in sailing, then give skiff rowing a try. St. Lawrence Skiff rowing is free daily at the Museum with paid admission, in addition to the Tuesday evening events.

Also, the ABM will again host a wide-range of sailing courses throughout the summer including adult, junior, teen, and advanced courses. Courses run throughout July and August. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information or to check availability, contact Julie Broadbent at 315-686-4104 ext 235.

The ABM, now open daily 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., is home to North America’s largest antique boat collection with more than 300 boats and over 1,000 boating artifacts. For more information, please visit the Museum’s website at abm.org.

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