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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE . .. between a CLARK SAIL and all the rest? CLARK sa i ls are made exp ressly fo r cruising. so eve ry de ta i l is aimed at ma k ing o ur sa il s s t ronger, lo nger las t ing and easie r to hand le. We use o nl y soft , easi ly m anaged sai lc loth . All fin ish det ai ls suc h as bo lt rope, ra tt ai ls, tack, c lew, lu ff, foot and reef eyes are han d· sewn in the best t ime- ho nored and prove n fashion. In th e long ha ul , wouldn't you really be be t ter off w i th C LA RK sails? Th ere really is a big di ff erence'

SHIP MODELS SOLD • APPRAISED • PURCHASED • RESTORED

America's most fabulous selection-largest inventory in country (over 350 models-all types). Firm has had no less than ten national write-ups. Half current prices due to warehouse-type operation (shipping arranged).

LANNAN NAUTIQUES 259 Harvard St., Quincy, Mass. 02170 Tel : 617-479-5091

06426

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Call or write anytime day or night. Conveniently located 7 miles south of Boston.

On April 23, 1838, the wooden-hulled paddle steamer SIRIUS arrived at New York, responsible for starting the first North Atlantic steamship service, heralding a new era.

On April 25, 1981 , we, the men and women comprising the SIRIUS crew of today, moved across the East River and settled into our own and permanent berth alongside this historic shore. Please note our new address and communications numbers below.

DIRECT OFFICE

STAFF Capt. Wolf Spille, President

212-330-1817

TANKER CHARTERING: 212-330-1810

Theo Theocharides, V.P.

SIRIUS HOUSE - 76 Montague Street Brooklyn Heights, New York 11201 Telephone: (212) 330-1800 Cable: "SIRIUS NEWYORK"" Int"! Telex: TRT 177881 /I TT 422871 / RCA 225111 Domestic Telex: WU 126758/645934 / TWX 710-584-2207

Chris Lesauvage

212-330-1808

Ed Willis

212-330-1812

OPERATIONS ANO RESEARCH: Capt. George Giouzepis, V.P.

212-330-1830

Phil Romano

212-330-1834

FINANCE ANO ADMINISTRATION : Jose Fiorenzano, V.P.

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212-330-1835

SEA HISTORY, FALL 1981

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7 THE WAWONA IS WAITING: PART II, Captain Harold D. Huycke • 18 SAILING IN THE LAST PACIFIC LUMBER SCHOONERS, Robert Burmeister Hope • 23 FR...

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