NH Gundalow to Hold Tours

Capt. Edward H. Adams. Photo courtesy Gundalow Company/Ralph Morang.

SeacoastOnline: After a 4-hour trip from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the Captain Edward H. Adams replica gundalow finally was able to dock at the Agamenticus Yacht Club in York Harbor on Monday afternoon, July 25.

A gundalow, which is a cargo barge, was once common in the rivers and estuaries of the Gulf of Maine. They could sometimes measure over 70-feet long and 19-feet wide.

Dockside Tours today from 4-6:30 p.m.

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Seacoast Online

About Gundalows:

From the Gundalow Company websit: By linking our region’s past with the need to protect it for the future, the non-profit Gundalow Company inspires individuals to take responsibility and become better stewards of our maritime region. Our message is to appreciate the river systems, and to understand the need for protection and action. And all this through the wondrous experience of a humble, single-masted wooden boat.

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Gundalow Company

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