On Wednesday, April 23 At Bahrs Landing Restaurant
For over thirty years NJ Friends of Clearwater’s the Adam Hyler has been the mainstay of the summer Environmental Sail Program jointly run with The Navesink Maritime Heritage Association on the Navesink.
On Sunday, March 30, 2014, this wooden boat, well past its prime, was donated to the Tuckerton Museum.
A NEW garvey is being designed and built jointly by NJ Friends and NMHA. Work started in the fall of 2013 and is progressing well, and it is hoped that it will be launched in time for renewing the Environmental Sail Program.
Tom Gibson, a long-time member of NJ Friends of Clearwater and NMHA and an Adam Hyler skipper, will describe the Environmental sail program, the Adam Hyler, and the design and build process for the new garvey.
7:30 PM – Light refreshments. 8:00 PM – Meeting starts
Note: Bahrs is open for dinner, bar snacks before and
after the presentation
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Posted: April 22nd, 2014 | Author: Lynn Humphrey | Filed under: BizEturtle | Tags: bizeturtle, boat, garvey, lynnhumphrey, navesink heritage maritime association, new jersey friends of clearwater | Comments Off