_& MUSEUM NEWS William G. Thomas, once a volunteer ever-memorable role. For booklet on this aboard the square rigger Balclutha in project send $10 to Kent Maritime Trust, San Francisco, has been named supervi- Royal Harbour, Ramsgate, Kent CTI 1 sor of the Maritime National Historical 8LS England; 44 0843 587765. Park, successor to the National Maritime Small boats and their aficionados have Michael Naab, former director of the Museum, San Francisco CA 94109. come together for the past six years at the Columbia River Maritime Museum, and most lately assistant manager of the Perhaps the most gallant of all small ChesapeakeBayMaritimeMuseumMidNational Maritime Museum, San Fran- craft, Commander Charles Herbert Atlantic Small Craft Festival at St. ci sco has been appointed Maritime Di- Lightoller's motor yacht Sundowner, is Michaels, Maryland. The Festival is a rector of the National Trust for Historic under restoration to lead the small craft heady mix of workshops, races and Preservation, 1785 Massachusetts Ave. fleet next spring honoring the 50th anni- miscellaneous' entertainments culminatNW, Washington DC 20036; 202 673- versary of the evacuation of Dunkirk in ing in a Saturday night crab feast. SunWorld War II, in which she played an day offers a free-for-all in which partici4127. pants try out each other's boats and vow to gather again next year. This year' s festival will be Friday through Sunday, Oc"HOW FAR FROM THE SEA tober 6-8. CBMM, PO Box 636, St. MiMD 21663; 301 745-2916. w chael CAN A SAILOR EVER BE••••• "
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