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Governor Stone (schooner)

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Tonnage  14.6 GRT 12 NRT
Depth of hold  3.3 ft (1.0 m)
NRHP Reference #  91002063
Length  20 m
Year built  1877
Draft  3.9 ft (1.2 m)
Sail plan  Schooner
Launched  1877
Beam  3.85 m
Added to NRHP  4 December 1991
Governor Stone (schooner) Schooner Governor Stone Historic Wooden Vessel
Location  Panama City, Florida, USA

Governor Stone is a historic schooner, built in 1877, in Pascagoula, Mississippi as a cargo freighter, United States. On 4 December 1991, she was added to the US National Register of Historic Places. One year later, the schooner was designated a US National Historic Landmark. She became part of Eden Gardens State Park in 2003. However, the water in Tucker Bayou next to the park was too shallow for the boat to dock there. She was in Sandestin for a short time, then moved to Bay County. In 2007, the schooner was towed to a marina in Fort Walton Beach. In 2014, it was moved again to Panama City.

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References

Governor Stone (schooner) Wikipedia


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