C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner: 3m) records, February-April, July, and October 2004, (SAFR 23002, HDC 1632) is a compilation
of printed emails including color images regarding updates for the discovery (dismantling) phase of the restoration of the
Vessel History: The C.A. Thayer is a wooden-hulled, three-masted schooner, designed for carrying lumber. She was built in
1895 in Northern California at Hans D. Bendixsen's shipyard in Fairhaven, CA. The original hull was made of dense, old-growth
Douglas fir carefully chosen for shipbuilding. She sailed with a small crew consisting of four seamen, two mates, a cook,
and the captain.
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