I'm very glad to see a couple of new Pathfinders on the water. Above and below you see Seth's Pathfinder, launched somewhere around Rock Hall while I was not too far away during he fall sail. I had hoped to meet up with him to see the new boat - really like that colors he used - but wind and the forecast for coming bad weather conspired against me. I'll catch up with him later on the Bay.
And below you will see a finely crafted Pathfinder by Thomas down in the Florida keys.
I really envy the craftsmanship, not to mention the cruising grounds of the keys. You can read more about his boat, called "First Light" I think, here on the Wooden Boat forum.
And for the Pathfinders not-so-new on the water, below are a couple of photographs of Spartina doubled-reefed at St. Michaels, courtesy of Jessica (who has sailed with her family a few times around the world).
Spartina, proud owner of a work boat finish, is showing her age. Ten years old now with a lot of miles under the hull, a lot of sun wearing on the brightwork. I can see some painting and varnishing in my future.