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Onrust Docks at the Connecticut River Museum

The Onrust, a historic reproduction of a boat from 1614, has docked at the Connecticut River Museum for the summer and sets sail three times a day, Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Crew Roald Sovorne gets a hand from Doug Montgomery setting the main sail, as the Onrust heads up the Connecticut River.

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Southern New England Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society held its annual "Mahogany Memories" show at the Connecticut River Museum .

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Captain Rebecca Pskowski, and crew, Roald Sovorne and Kate Farrell head the Onrust out through the channel.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Setting the main sail, with the help of Paul Tranchell, Elizabeth Normen, Crew - Kate Farrell, Paul Eddy and Ed Markunas.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Crew, Roald Sovorne waits for the Captain's call to set the main sail, with the help of Paul Tranchell, Paul Eddy and Ed Markunas.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Crew Roald Sovorne gets a hand from Doug Montgomery setting the main sail, as the Onrust heads up the Connecticut River. Lynne Maser watches the sheet open.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Setting the main sail, with the help of Paul Tranchell, Elizabeth Normen, Crew - Kate Farrell, Paul Eddy and Ed Markunas.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Crew Roald Sovorne tells the passengers stories about the Conneticut River, and fun facts about the area. Kathy Harris, Judy Shanley, Dori Hutchinson, Capt. Rebecca Pskowski, Paul Tranchell, and Lynn Maser and Doug Montgomery.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays. Crew Roald Sovorne gets ready to pull the main in with the help of Paul Tranchell, Crew Kate Farell, Paul Eddy, and seated are Dana Hopper and Nancy Normen.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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The Onrust, a historic reproduction a boat from 1614 docked at the Connecticut River Museum, for the summer, sets sail three times a day from Thursdays through Sundays.

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