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AAHS PHOTO GALLERIES

Sailing and Shipbuilding

 

Light and Peace at the Cove

 Road Bay. 'Hurricane" anchor shows Anguilla's maritime ways.

Saga Girl at Sandy Ground.  

Additional information provided by Lawrence Brooks of Blowing Point, an avid race enthusiast : Saga Girl was built in St. Kitts in the early 80’s. This picture was probably taken around the mid-80’s -  The gentlemen aboard may be: Buddy, James and Collins (they were crew members at that time). The others are unknown. They may have been moving the boat prior to race start with non-crew aboard.

Saga Girl at Mead's Bay

Saga Girl at Mead's Bay

Stay-Up at Sandy Ground

Last minute preparations for August Monday boat races at Sandy Ground

Speed and Comfort in a boat race

The Warspite. Anguilla's most famous wooden ship with the first steel hull ship, the Oöster Diep, visible in the background, located at Road Bay

The Warspite, Anguilla's most famous ship. 75 feet long, built in 1902.

Interisland trading ship under sail off St.Maarten.

"Lady Maureen" interisland ferry, owned by the late David Hodge.

Building a schooner in the Forest.



 
 
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