April 17 - 19 - 2009
Bill Whalen, Ron Hoddinott, Steve Kingery, and Richard Anderson on the docks. Bill Fite Photo
Dennis Bradley's Egret by Commodore Munroe - Bill Fite Photo
Whisper as seen from MoonShadow - Bill Fite Photo
Bob Wood sailing his O'Day Mariner - Bill Fite Photo
Ron Hoddinott - hands on a work of art. (photo by Bill Dolan)
Quiet docks on Friday.
Bill Dolan's Sea Bird - Marshall Cat with Dennis Bradley aboard.
Fiberglass Beetle Cat - built by my old friend Don Peterson -
Roger Allen - Museum Curator sailing Miss Kate
Bill Dolan with a "Dark and Stormy"
Nadine - a restored Coquina Cat - recovered from the bottom!
Strip Planked canoe.
Whisper in cruising trim
Bill Whalen's My Little Chick-a-Dee (Peep Hen)
Another strip planked wonder
Now that's some varnish!
Sallie Adams of Cortez, Florida.
The Highland Lass
Mac McCarthy - father of modern strip planked canoes made it to the festival!
Esperanza - A Cuban refugee boat restored by the museum.
Larry Paige's Swampscott Dory in center
Steve Kingery's Princess Canoe
Lovely Marsh Cat by Joel White.
David Turner's Maya - SeaPearl 21
Bill Fite's MoonShadow on Sunday
Checking out a future site for a WCTSS Cruise!
Crossing southern Tampa Bay
Crossing Egmont Channel towards Fort DeSoto - photo by Bill Fite