Summertime  launched in 1986, the pinky Summertime was built on the Maine coast using traditional methods. The pinky, which originated in Europe in the 1600’s, receives its name from its uplifted or “pinked” stern. The pink-sterned hull with schooner rig were most popular for fishing in New England between 1800 and 1950. Summertime was probably designed around 1830.

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