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December/JanuaryOn the cover: The 65' (20m) schooner Adirondack, hauled at the Scarano yard in Port Albany, New York, for maintenance. She's one of a nine-vessel fleet the company designed, built, owns, and operates in running day excursions from Manhattan, Key West, Boston, and Newport, Rhode Island, to supplement revenues from boat constructio...


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