ID this Cape Cod Harbor

stumpstalker

Lieutenant Commander
Joined
Aug 13, 2018
Posts
158
Likes
164
Age
71
Location
Pepperell, Massachusetts
Boat Make
22-ft. Tripp Angler inboard
Would anyone care to ID this Cape Cod harbor?

1960s photo, taken during a cruise on the Alden-designed sport-fisherman-motor-sailer, LAZY LADY.

As for Down East qualifications, at least she was built at Robert Rich's Bass Harbor boat shop, Bernard, Maine. bass.river.approach.jpg lazy.lady.mast.deck.house - Copy.jpg
 

Sleepwalker

Lieutenant Commander
Joined
Dec 2, 2014
Posts
223
Likes
95
Second Falmouth. Harbor master's bldg on the left and you can see the A&P sign on the left also (now Windfall Market). Shot appears a bit North of the Flying Bridge restaurant.
 

slow troller

Lieutenant Commander
Joined
Jul 9, 2019
Posts
197
Likes
331
Location
Cape Cod
Boat Make
Fortier 26
No room for any stores. Just new docks and a couple of 78 ft Rybovitch fishing yachts. One of em sea trialed at 50
 

stumpstalker

Lieutenant Commander
Joined
Aug 13, 2018
Posts
158
Likes
164
Age
71
Location
Pepperell, Massachusetts
Boat Make
22-ft. Tripp Angler inboard
These are from the photo files of Bob Enos (1912-1996), the last of the old-time Gloucester sail-makers. He was an avid outdoorsman and a buddy of my father's. Very skilled with his hands, built his house; a couple boats; rifles; recurve bows; signal cannon; a fighting chair for my father; tied Salmon flies; and so on.

He made the sails and advised on the rig of the LAZY LADY, was a friend of the owner of the boat, Ed Berndt, and took these photos on a "lazy" fishing trip with the boys on "the South Side".
 

Latest Posts

Top Bottom