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Thank you, a most comprehensive account!

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I took this picture in the Bay of Islands in New Zealand. I found the found the following on the web:
Built from 1970-1985, the R. Tucker Thompson’s design is based on the halibut schooners of the North West American coast. With a lofty rig of varnished oregon spars, Kwila decks and bulwarks and brasswork features, she looks the part of a 19th century working ship: purposeful and square-shouldered, but fast enough to out-run the law!

The R. Tucker Thompson is operated by a not-for-profit trust which is a registered charity. All income derived from tourism sailing activities is used for her maintenance, as well as providing a contribution to help Northland youth access sail training voyages.

You can learn more about the R. Tucker Thompson at tucker.co.nz

Length Overall: 26 metres / 85 ft
Beam: 4.9 metres / 16 ft
Length on Deck: 18.3 metres / 60 ft
Draft: 2.6 metres / 8 ft 6"
Displacement: 60 tonnes
Engine: 180 horsepower John Deere diesel
Total Sail area: 179 sq metres / 3000 sq ft
Day Charter Capacity: 47 passengers

Pretty hull. Looks English. Can you tell us about it?