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Conveniently, Peter, a veteran racer with the Twin Cities club, already had crewing an A-scow on his bucket list.
These incentives have spawned a meandering armada of live-aboard cabin cruisers, barges, narrowboats, and other gaily painted scows now afloat on Britain’s inland waterways, some just barely.
UC Berkeley freshmen Will Edgar, Gevorg Mailyan and Isaias Marroquin also showed up along Hyde Street, hoping to get a close look at the historic schooners, scows and tugs docked at the famous pier.
That number is a long way from the heyday of San Francisco’s working waterfront, when the Mission Creek channel was crowded with lumber schooners, hay scows and ocean-going sailing vessels.
WITHIN DAYS, 150 freight and passenger boats, 30 scows and 14 log rafts had passed through the locks.
Sledge got the tools and learned the techniques when Maness bought Nunivak, a power scow built for World War II use, from the same company that built Dolphin.
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