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The sloop Clearwater was launched three years later on May 17, 1969 in South Bristol, Maine. In the years since, Clearwater has traveled to towns and cities along the Hudson, New York Harbor, and Long Island Sound.

The sloop Clearwater was launched three years later on May 1969 in South Bristol, Maine. In the years since, Clearwater has traveled to towns and cities along the Hudson, New York Harbor, and Long Island Sound.

Sail the Sloop Clearwater

Sloop Clearwater sail and it and help the Hudson River - Volunteer vacations

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Name: Clearwater Builder: Harvey Gamage Shipyard, South Bristol, Maine Laid down: October, 1968 Launched: May 1969 General characteristics Type: gaff sloop Length: 106 ft m) overall Beam: 25 ft m) Draft: 8 ft m) Propulsion: sails;

Being able to identify and even anticipate local wind conditions can only improve your boating enjoyment.

Experienced boaters know their local winds. Some of these winds are so reliable and predictable that they have their own names.

Pic of the Day...#HudsonRiver Sloop Clearwater sailing under the #Mid-Hudson Bridge, by Kate Schoonmaker Photography.

Sloop Clearwater sailing under the Bridge, by Kate Schoonmaker Photography.

From our photo gallery: A John Brooks-designed 12-foot sailing skiff ELLEN built in 2011 by the Saginaw Bay Community Sailing Association boatbuilding class and now a deck boat on APPLEDORE IV, Bay City, Michigan.

From our photo gallery: A John Brooks-designed sailing skiff ELLEN built in 2011 by the Saginaw Bay Community Sailing Association boatbuilding class and now a deck boat on APPLEDORE IV, Bay City, Michigan.

Clearwater B&W

Pete Seeger and the Hudson River sloop Clearwater - Classic Boat Magazine

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Sloop Clearwater - Growing up, our tiny school used to have educational programs on the Clearwater every year. I am so thankful for that opportunity, especially now that I have my own children.

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Dry Dock, Portsmouth Navy Yard, circa 1910 From the Herbert S.

Tall Ship "Windy" from Chicago, IL

Tall Ship "Windy" from Chicago, IL

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