We were delighted to discover a genuine Chesapeake Bay skipjack at our marina on Saturday… Dee of St. Mary’s was hauled on the marine railway for maintenance and we could get as close as we liked.
I like the cage around the propeller shaft.
I did, too. What about the extra thickness on the starboard side of the rudder? I guess that's to offset the lack of a prop on that side.
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