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ISAAC H. EVANS (Schooner)

Rockland, Maine
County of Knox.
Rockland Harbor
National Register Number: 91002061
Resource type: Structure.
Property type: Maritime: Vessel.
Congressional District: ME-1 Certified Local Government: NO
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Current use/information: Windjammer cruises available: www.midcoast.com/~evans.
Web Site: www.midcoast.com/~schooner/vessels.html.

Statement of Significance (as of designation - December 4, 1992):
Built in 1886, ISAAC H. EVANS is the oldest surviving oyster schooner, a type whose rig and centerboard made it easier to handle in shallow inlets and bays, and whose wide decks provided stability and space for freight. EVANS spent most of her active career fishing and freighting on Delaware Bay; currently, she serves as a Maine windjammer.

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