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M L T Issue #27

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IN WOOD WE TRUST
The Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle, WA, has become a Mecca for small-boat lovers - a lively place in which to meet unusual characters, hear unexpected stories and above all, build, rebuild, row or sail a variety of traditional craft from across the US.

THE BREMEN COG: A PORTRAIT OF A SHIP'S TYPE
In 1962 the wreck of a late-fourteenth-century cog was discovered neat Bremen, Germany.

THE PHILANTHROPIC PRIVATEERS. THE STORY OF SAILOR'S SNUG HARBOR
For nearly two centruries the legacy of one man has cared for, housed, and supported retired seaman in thier final years of life. The Sailor's Snug Harbor may have relocated from New York to North Carolina, but its mission has remained constant.

CAPTAIN JAMES DUNN; EIGHTEETH-CENTURY SMUGGLER
Cornwall and smuggling have long been linked in popular imagination, but there are few published facts. The recent discovery of documents in the National Archives and elsewhere sheds lioght on the exploits of one James Dunn - a known supporter of religious reform and a noted suggler.

WORKING THE INDIAN COASTS
Throughout the Indian region fishermen continue to work with traditional craft and traditional methods. Today, however, there is much to threaten their way of life - on south and east coasts nothing more than the catistrophic effects of the tsunami of Dec. 2004.

RAID FINLAND
The first 'raid' for small sail-and-oar craft was organized in Portugal in 1997.Since then there have been more then ten such events in five European countries, among them the annual Raid Finland - First held in 2002 - welcoming up to twnety-five boats from all over Europe.

 

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