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  1. Emily

    Hi Classic Sailboats,

    I help operate a blog for Mystic Seaport, and after seeing your site, I thought you might be interested in our newest video, “150 Years of Fishing History: Emma C. Berry at Mystic Seaport.” A National Historic Landmark, Mystic Seaport’s Emma C. Berry is a Noank well smack, a New England coastal fishing vessel designed with holes in the hull to keep her catch alive. Now 150, she is one of the oldest surviving commercial vessels in America.

    Here is a link to the video:

    We also have a new infographic for you today, about the Charles W. Morgan which is the last wooden whaleship in the world. Here is the link to the inforgraphic:

    All the videos are share-able and embeddable so that you can post them on your own website if desired. Each week we launch new videos on the blog. If you would like to receive an email update when a new video is posted, please let me know and I will add you to my alert list.

    Hope you enjoy the video!
    Thank you,

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