Tuesday, April 21, 2009
The Good Luck Ship
A friend of ours pointed out the site of the 1871 schooner, Stephen Taber. The ship is the oldest US documented vessel in continuous service. It is engineless, but has a fairly large tender to help them out of tight spots on windless days.
The ship hails from Rockland, Maine.
They offer cruises and famous New England cuisine. The cook has published a book called A Taste of Taber.
As Bridget Jones might say, "Sounds like a minibreak".