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Vent d'Ete and her Captain en route to Ocean City, MD from Cape May, NJ, while the Captain keeps a close eye on a passing container ship close off the starboard beam. October 1987.
Vent d'Ete in Jupiter, FL. April 2023. After 3 months of daily restoration to hull and topsides.
CD 22D Brochure. Circa 1983
CD 22D Interior Layout & Hull Profile Sketch
CD 22D - Fully Rigged Profile Sketch & Interior Layout
Vent d'Ete, her Captain (John), with newly rescued Jack Russell (Shelly), now one of 4 "First Mates"! October 11, 2014. World Photo Walk Day 2014. Courtesy of Flavio Martins. FXM Photography.
Captain John with First Mate 4th Class, Shelly. October 11, 2014. World Photo Walk Day 2014.. Courtesy of Flavio Martins. FXM Photography..
VENT d'ETE's First Mate, 3rd Class, POLLY, on the foredeck at Lake Park Marina, Lake Park, FL. March 2014, during TrawlerFest. SPECIAL NOTE! This photo was taken by the famous yachting photographer Billy Black.
VENT d'ETE's First Mate, 1st Class, SCHOONER, keeping a close watch on the foredeck at Lake Park Marina, Lake Park, FL. March 2014, during TrawlerFest. SPECIAL NOTE: This photo was taken by the famous yachting photographer, Billy Black.
VENT d'ETE's First Mate, 1st Class, SCHOONER. On target on the foredeck at Lake Park Marina, Lake Park, FL. March 2014, during TrawlerFest. SPECIAL NOTE: This photo was taken by the famous yachting photographer, Billy Black.
Vent d'Ete and her Captain, with First Mate, 2nd Class, BLITZEN in the left foreground and First Mate, 1st Class SCHOONER, just going off foredeck watch to seek some shade. Lake Park Marina, Lake Park, FL. March 2014, during TrawlerFest. SPECIAL NOTE: This photo was taken by the famous yachting photographer Billy Black.
One of my two former Co-captains. Daughter Ruth (18 years old here), with First Mate, 3rd Class, POLLY. Lake Park Marina. Lake Park, FL. March 2014, during TrawlerFest. SPECIAL NOTE: This photo was taken by the famous yachting photographer, Billy Black.
VENT d"ETE on the Cover of Yachting Magazine's "Fitting Out" issue (April 1996), while on the hard in North Palm Beach, FL, the final destination of a long trip from Cape May, NJ, and a diversion cruise of 7 weeks through the Bahamas, 2 years earlier (late December - February 4, 1994). The course was from West Palm Beach, across the Gulf Stream to West End, Grand Bahama, then south through the Abacos to Eleuthera, then returning with a stop in Nassau, before sailing up the "Tongue of the Ocean" and across the Gulf Stream, back to North Palm Beach in early February 1994. Yachting Magazine. April 1996.
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