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Stored but not forgotten, a family treasure is revived

Written by Jack Sherwood http://www.soundingsonline.com/columns-blogs/bay-tripper/289724-stored-but-not-forgotten-a-family-treasure-is-revived


Surf Bird

Article by Gencer Emiroglu, about our cruise on Surf Bird on the Chesapeake last October.


A Chesapeake Tradition : Cutts and Case Shipyard

Fran Severn Eddie and Ronnie Cutts follow in their father’s footsteps   It was almost inevitable that Eddie and Ronnie Cutts would be boat builders. Their father built more than 70 handcrafted, wooden-hulled boats, from yachts to dinghies. Their grandfather … View


Classic Boat No. 74 August 1994 “A Better Wooden Boat?”

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Waterkampioen #6, 2003 Edmund Cutts: Man Met Een Hart Van Hout

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from Waterkampioen magazine Volume 6, 2003


Rosenfeld’s Foto Restored

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from The Yacht magazine, December 1989


A Lineage of Craftsmanship

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From Wooden Boat Magazine / Sept-Oct 1987 “Clean lines, durability, ease of handling, and impeccable craftsmanship are the unwavering principles of Edmund A. Cutts, a 60-year old former Long Islander who operates the Cutts & Case boatyard in Oxford, Maryland.”…


Brigadoon with Crabcakes / ChesapeakeBoating.net

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Side streets in Oxford are made for pleasant strolling or for pedaling bicycles rented from Mears Yacht Haven. Few places of special interest are to be found down these leafy lanes, but there are exceptions. The small marine mu-seum beside … View








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