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"Hey Jamie, Hope this finds you well. Been a long time since i was on here last... Let's catch up!  504-495-9750     jmleagl@gmail.com Jonathan Lincoln"
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When did you sail aboard Tabor Boy?
1980 - 1984
How many years did you sail aboard Tabor Boy?
4
Were you a member of the Schooner Crew?
Yes
Were you an Officer?
Yes
If yes, please provide position (s) and years(s)
1984 - XO
1983 - Engineer
Did you make any extended voyages? (i.e. Caribbean, Bermuda, etc.)
Bermuda, Maine, Other
If "Other", please advise.
Summer employment
Did you participate in "Orientation at Sea" program for new students?
No
Tabor graduation year:
1984
College attended and year graduated:
Maine Maritime Academy 1988
Do you currently work in the maritime field?
Yes
Current Occupation:
MEBA Retired
Website:
http://mebaunion.org
Last time you sailed on Tabor Boy?
2014
Do you own currently own a boat?
No boat, Go figure!
Favorite Tabor Boy moment
Sailing to Bermuda and looking at the Northern Lights

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At 7:59am on June 12, 2013, James Hutton said…

Hey John!

I'm heading up to Castine next month. Five of my classmates, two middies and I are taking an ocean racer out for the Marblehead to Halifax Race. I doubt that I will make it up in the fall.

Are you headed up for the Tabor Reunion? I'm afraid that I can't make it.

R,

Jamie

At 11:47am on April 29, 2012, James Hutton said…

John,

Great hearing from you. I've thought about you often while watching the news reports of the Texas drought. It sure is a terrible thing.

Hey when all else fails, head on down to N'orl'ns - what a fun town! I can think of a million worse things to become than a River Rat. 

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”  

Kenneth Grahame had it figured out long before us. 

Speaking of messing about in boats, I went to the first spring Annapolis Boat Show last friday and looked at a few boats. There's one that I have my heart set on but the price is a bit high for Mary's liking:

http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1988/Mason-Ta-Shing-44-Cutter--2278128/Annapolis/MD/United-States

I'm only at the dreaming stage but man it's a fun think to dream about. Small world story - I saw a gorgeous Sparkman & Stephens 1962 named Windalier and mentioned Matt Twomey's recent S&S acquisition and project Blue Heron, to the rep and he know all about the project and Matt. Take a look at this blog - http://sparkmanstephens.blogspot.com/2012/03/more-about-design-25-bosun-bird.html?showComment=1335713990905#c7458797060908864373

I hope all is well and hope to see you in the not too distant future.

Jamie

At 8:06am on April 29, 2012, James Hutton said…

Hey big wig, I saw you post on Bov G Lover's page. You da man!

How are you doing? I'm buring out on NOAA and lookng to sail again. Been looking at tugs as they have a good short time for time rotation.

Very best,

Jamie

At 7:30am on September 9, 2009, Jason Bland said…
Hey Jon good to hear from you, 137,500m3 LNG Carrier, cargo at -260 F, Containment- Membrane GTT NO. 96, Steam propulsion, 19.5kts with an additional 19% sea margin, LOA 942', Draft 38', Beam 141", gas burning is standard 2x LD Compressors, no Reliq, you only see that on the Q-Flex and up starting at 217,000m3 capacity, they they are twin slow speed (MAN B&W 6S70MC-C's if i remember correctly)
At 9:24am on August 28, 2009, James Hutton said…
Hey Dude! Just got in from trials this morning and I'm heading back home on an 1100 flight this morning. There's a good chance that I'll be around in September. Also, please send me your mailing address - I need to send you something. I take it that you are back home from sea?
At 2:52pm on March 28, 2009, James Hutton said…
John,
We finally had a successful sea trial aboard the next fisheries ship. The acceptance sea trial is going to be in a few weeks and may be during your time up here. I should find out early next week. Also, I have something that I’ve been meaning to ship to you but will wait if our time overlaps. Bummer about the reunion.
I’ll get back to you shortly,
Jamie
At 6:13pm on March 8, 2009, James Hutton said…
Hey Dirt Ball, you better get your tail up for the reunion!
At 11:38am on December 10, 2008, Kip Files said…
Hey
great to hear from you. I do think of those days aboard Tabor Boy and my time at Tabor. It was fun for the most part.
I have a home @ Sugarloaf. had one since 75. Used to run up there with Wiley on weekends when I was at Tabor. Now I spend a lot more time. Got 60 days in of skiing last season 7 so far this year.
kip
At 1:42pm on December 6, 2008, James Hutton said…
Hey John,
You're a dirt ball! Sorry, I saw the picture of Cap and the phrase came to mind. From him, I think it was a term of endearment.

I’m presently in that town that I like to refer to my little slice of heaven, Pascagoula, MS at the yard doing some catch up work on our three ships in various stages of construction. Whent over to New Orleans last Thursday to see the Work Boat Show. I ran into Tim Leach and Paul Mercer at the MMA booth and had some good laughs with them.

Happy holidays and give me holler some time: 703-728-6949.
Jamie
At 6:47am on August 30, 2008, R.C.Glover III said…
John,

Awesome Pictures!!! Thanks for posting them!
U Da Engineer!!!! not that I really like any engineer! only when my engines won't start.
signed, Dirtbag
 
 
 

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