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Old Mar 01, 2004, 11:06 AM
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Hey Fred...

The Emma C. Berry is now owned by (and was last restored around 1970 by) the Mystic Seaport nautical museum. They have plans for her... check out the Ship Chandler's at their site. It's a three sheet plan at about $12 a sheet. one thing, though: they've restored her to original and the plans theyt offer are for her original configuration -- and she was originally a single-masted fishing smack. If that's OK, they're the place to go.

Otherwise, for info on the Emma C. as a two-masted schooner, the following link has a great info including history, lines, links, a [b]Paint chart[b/], and more! ...
http://www.windjam.com/emmacberry/

Pictures from her 1930's restoration you gotta see are located at...
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/V...mmaCBerry.html

Pictures of her now... with some super detail items are at...
http://204.119.244.226/World/Mystic%...erry/index.htm
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