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hy upon your first voyage did you yourself feel such mystical vibrations when first told you and your ship were now out of sight Of land." Herman Melville, MOBY DICK

At Harbor Place and Overlooking Historic Baltimore Harbor

The Black Pearl An Intimate Tavern andan Elegant 19TH Century Dining Room

ENTERTAINMENT LUNCHEON SERVED DAILY FROM 11:30 AM DINNER FROM 6 PM

The Shenandoah Pride of Marthas Vineyard. This magnificent schooner scudding before a Cape Cod breeze is a breathtaking reminder of New Englands seafaring heritage. Now an official 18K gold replica is available to you in a special limited edition. Priced at $2,200.00 this is jewelry for the serious collectorI investor. Only twenty- five pieces will be struck, each will be hand-finished, dated, numbered and signed by the artist-one of New Englands finest goldsmiths-Mark S. Lender.

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Superb French Cuisine Presented in the Warmth and Friendly Atmosphere ofa Deepwater Sailorman's Tavern

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Mr. Lender will also execute an edition of 100 sterling silver pieces, to sell at $200.00 each. TELEPHONE: 301-962-5050

The Black PearlBaltimore Company PROPRIETORS James W. Ballard J . M. Dryden Hall, Jr. Barclay H. Warburton, III

SEA HISTORY, WINTER 1980-81

To reserve your copy of this unique nautical sculpture and a free Shenandoah brochure write to:

SHENANDOAH Box 751 Vineyard Haven, Mass. 02568 Tele: 617-693-3363 3

Sea History 019 - Winter 1980-1981  

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Sea History 019 - Winter 1980-1981  

8 WA VERTREE TO WINDWARD, Peter Stanford • 13 WAVERTREE MEMORIES, Captain James E. Roberts • 17 THE SHIP SAVERS: THE SHIP TRUST MOVEMENT • 1...

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