If I see it correctly on these pictures, then I recognise two things: the harbour these pictures are taken: Middelharnis in the Netherlands
and the ship on our Facebook page: https://nl-nl.facebook.com/museumdedelft
The same “Morningtown” ?!!
Am I correct?
I am not sure from the partial photos on the Facebook page, but it looks like the same boat to me. The boat on our website looks like an S&S 34 but the coach roof and also the transom are not quite typical. If it was a wooden prototype that might account for it. Do you have a history on the one on the Facebook page?
S&S 34 Assoc webmaster.
Dear mister Torvaldsen,
The Morningtown has been our family boat 1975 – 2012 and it is not a 34-foot boat but a 36-foot boat. The Morningtown has won a lot of races in it’s younger years and that is why the former owner (before us) has used this yacht as a protype for the 34-series.
Thanks very much Liselot,
I thought that was the case but wasn’t 100% sure. As Morningtown is the prototype for the 34, we are very happy to include you on our website. I am happy to update your web page whenever required, just email me.
Dear S&S fans, I ám the new owner of the MorningTown and rebuiding her.
You can follow the project on facebook. https://www.facebook.com/Sparkman-Stephens-one-ton-class-prototype-MorningTown-434491596757349/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
Regards, Robert Koerts
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