CHESAPEAKE BAY BUGEYE
The bugeye was also part of the great oyster fleet of the early 1900s and for the next 50 years. The first bugye was built of logs and later built the framing method, not changing much in apperance. There are very few bugeyes left, but they were something to see in thier hayday sailing down the bay. The models are about 34" long and 29" high.
THREE MAST SCHOONER
BUGEYE MARY ANNIE, BUILT IN1880 AT
ROCK HALL, MD BY W. STEVENS
BUGEYE "LEMUEL KIRWAN", BUILT IN 1901 AT CHESTER, MD.
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