Looking out

Left to right, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000181" title="Ronnie Anderson" href="/topic/sports/ronnie-anderson-PESPT000181.topic">Ronnie Anderson</a>, program assistant, and Joe Persinger, captain, look out from a window cut in the protective cover over Sigsbee. They are on the skipjack that will soon be returned to the water after winter repairs. The 1901 boat was once used for oyster dredging, but has been owned by Living Classrooms since 1992. Educational programs will resume on the Sigsbee in April.

( Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun / February 28, 2013 )

Left to right, Ronnie Anderson, program assistant, and Joe Persinger, captain, look out from a window cut in the protective cover over Sigsbee. They are on the skipjack that will soon be returned to the water after winter repairs. The 1901 boat was once used for oyster dredging, but has been owned by Living Classrooms since 1992. Educational programs will resume on the Sigsbee in April.

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