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The Pledge of Yachts (POY) – Is a new registry of power and sailing craft that have joined us in our initiative, if your vessel is in (POY) you are a certified member and we ask our pledgees to (REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - RECYCLE) disposable plastic products whenever and wherever possible, and to join us in our mission for zero waste, the protection of our precious oceans, waterways and wildlife, and for clean water access to those in need.
We are in essence “Sailing for Water,” a environmentally centric movement, exemplifying responsible sustainable stewardship.
Please view this wonderful video by Zoe & Ella researching Plastic pollution for a 3rd grade school project in Los Angeles.
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- (Level One) Type: International 225 - Class: Grand Prix - In 1936 Raymond Hunt along with engineers Bror Tamm and Gordon Munro decided to build a 36’0″ prototype at the Lawley Yard in Neponset, Masachusetts. Although there were doubts about her potential sailing abilities, she quickly proved doubters wrong. But, at the time, no one seemed to like the prototype, she was too peculiar, and slab-sided for her size. The prototype was further evolved and improved by C. Raymond Hunt and Frank C. Paine, “Egeria” was the first of the 225 class boats, known as 225/1. “Egeria” proved to be very fast, beating most of the class boats in Marblehead except the 30-Square-Metres. - LOA: 35’6″ / 10.85m * LOD: 35’6″ / 10.85m * LWL: 26′ 0″ * Beam: 5’11 / 1.55m * Draft: 5′ 00 / 1.52m * Ballast: 1,000 lbs * Displacement: * Original Sail Area: 225 * Yard Number: Prototype * Hull material: Weldwood Construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: C. Raymond Hunt * Built by: George Lawley & Son, Neponset, Massachusetts * Year First Built: 1936