1. kohler:

    Explore the Eastern Mist kitchen.

    AH that is a lovely color.

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  2. mindbodysea:

    Dat aft tho

    So far out.

    (Source: rcsailing)

     
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  4. FLUIDS!

    (Source: hocr)

     
  5. That C & C covestripe….

    (via mindbodysea)

     
  6. Hey I know this probably doesn’t mean too much to you but when I lived on Cape Cod I lived on this boat a lot of the time. 

    I also did a lot of the varnish and topside paint and was generally useless when it came to engine-related things on board.

    (Source: navalarchitecture)

     
  7. northsails:

    Kestrel, one of 14 famous Fishers Island 31s designed by Sidney Herreshoff, is a successful adaptation of Nat Herrshoff’s Newport 29 (1912). 

    “The design started out in 1912 as the model for Nat Herreshoff’s centerboard daysailer Alerion, and that model, with ends extended on the mold loft floor, is what Sidney Herreshoff used in creating these wonderful boats. It was the work of great ingenuity, and there have been few all-around better designs ever produced.” From The Wizard of Bristol, by L. Francis Herreshoff, 1953.

    GO KESTREL GO KESTREL GO KESTREL

     
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  9. thunderbird26:

    Look at that paint job!

    http://threesheetsnw.com/blog/2012/05/a-half-century-later-thunderbird-2-to-relaunch-where-it-was-built/

    You can never go wrong with Nathanael green topsides.

     
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  11. foresail:

    Boat.

    That rudder is incredible.

    (Source: jakobjorgensen)

     
  12. Ahem you mean #Rugosa #Herreshoff #Bristol #Halsey #RhodeIsland #boatporn #You’reNotAllowedOnHalsey’sBoats #HalseyThinksAllWomenAreTerribleSailors

    (Source: navalarchitecture)

     
  13. discoverlavish:

    CLICK TO DOWNLOAD LIVE LIKE THE RICH ULTIMATE GUIDE

    CLICK TO VIEW LIVE LAVISH APPAREL

    NO THANKS I’D RATHER NOT HAVE APPAREL OR THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO LIVING RICHLY.

    (via navalarchitecture)

     
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  15. Wheeeeeee

    (Source: rcsailing, via thepackardgoose)