Watch Hill Catboat Charters to Benefit Mystic Seaport

photo courtesy Trim Agaain/Jack Spratt Here’s a way to sail aboard a classic catboat while helping Mystic Seaport. Jack Spratt, the owner of Trim Again, will run day and evening charters on Little Narragansett Bay and Fishers Island Sound with proceeds benefitting the museum. The boat is based out of Watch Hill.

“Trim Again is a very special boat and we are pleased that she will be acting as an ambassador for the Museum in the nearby waters of Rhode Island,” Mystic Seaport president Stephen C. White said in statement. “She is the epitome of what a classic, vintage yacht should be, and we appreciate that her owner wants to share the experience of sailing her for the benefit of Mystic Seaport.”

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