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Started by Charles Barns (Barney) Davis Jun 12.
Started by Peter A. Mello. Last reply by Peter A. Mello Dec 15, 2008.
A collaborative storytelling / living history project about the tall ship Tabor Boy by Sea-Changes Foundation and Sea-Fever Consulting LLC.
June 6th, in an email from Bob Thompson, Director of Capital Giving:
“It was announced this morning in our last Chapel that Holly Francis ’14 of Marion, MA will be next year’s Executive Officer.
As the first female XO, Holly is an extremely competent individual who will lead the schooner in…Continue
The schooner is headed to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in June. We will be stopping in Portland, ME for a reception on the 16th before heading back to Marion for the Alumni cruises. Definitely stop by and see her in Maine!
SSV Tabor Boy
**Plans changed due to a nasty front, and we ended up going to Maine. Still an awesome trip -- maybe next year for NS.
Posted by Holly Francis on June 3, 2013 at 10:30am
Posted by dino avgerinos on January 7, 2013 at 4:38pm
“No. 6” was built of steel by the shipyard Piet Smit Jr. in Rotterdam, yard number: 299. Her construction was contracted at the 5th of September 1917, her keel laid in the same year.
She was launched on the 23rd of September 1920 and put into service on the 1st of March 1921 as “Nederlandse Loodsschoener”, a…Continue
Posted by James Hutton on September 1, 2012 at 6:42pm
Tabor Boy ’73-’74 XO Jon Barrett manages multiple mega-yachts around the world and found pictures of one of the TABOR BOY’s sister ships while working with a yacht yard. Here is an article of the Sail Yacht No. 6 Texel
Historic Vessel Set For Round-the-World…Continue