Power & Motoryacht

Throw the Line, Chuck

As you may know, I used to own a 32-foot Grand Banks trawler called , the precursor to the . The first was a fabulous little beauty. Once I’d purchased her, I resolved to deliver her myself from where she lay on the Sassafras River, southwest of Philadelphia, to her new home in Florida. I say ‘myself’ advisedly. At the time I figured I needed an

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