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SS 96 Fiji: A Historic Boat With A Storied Past

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SS96 "Fiji"

SS96

SS96 "Fiji"

SS96

SS96 "Fiji"

Ian Connett, left, and Abby Connett bring in Fiji following the SS Class Championships on Saturday.

Ian Connett, left, and Abby Connett bring in Fiji following the SS Class Championships on Saturday.

SS 96 rejoining the fleet at Shinnecock Yacht Club.

SS 96 rejoining the fleet at Shinnecock Yacht Club.

SS 96 rejoining the fleet at Shinnecock Yacht Club.

SS 96 rejoining the fleet at Shinnecock Yacht Club.

Fred Scopinich Jr. also attended the recommissioning ceremony.

Fred Scopinich Jr. also attended the recommissioning ceremony.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 14, 2019
If there’s one thing that stands out the most about the antique, wooden, gaff rigged SS sailboats, it’s the history behind each and every one of them.Of the 150 or... more

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