Easterns are 'old school' built, using hand-laid, open-mold construction
Bob Bourdeau has a photo of his five grandchildren clad in their orange Grundens foul weather gear. Like Bourdeau, his gaggle of grandkids — all boys — love lobstering.
“I run a 31-foot Eastern,” says Bourdeau, 57, the president and owner of Eastern Boats, who bought the Milton, New Hampshire, company from founder Carmen Carbone in 1993.
Oil on canvas by J.M.W. Turner
James Lenox, the Scottish-born philanthropist and art collector, eagerly awaited his latest acquisition, a painting from the studio of the renowned British artist Joseph Mallord William Turner. At age 70, Turner was hailed by critics as a genius and stood unquestionably as Britain’s master of marine art.
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July 2014 issue
President of the American Boat and Yacht Council
Rough conditions on Chesapeake Bay won’t keep John Adey and his family from a day of sailing their 1976 42-foot Irwin ketch. “There’s something about being able to bury the rail on a 42-footer,” says Adey, who has been president of the American Boat and Yacht Council for two years.
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