Nada restored to former glory, used to teach Boy Scouts about joys of sailing

Computer technologist Roger Nokes and his son discovered

Computer technologist Roger Nokes and his son discovered the ship and decided the 47-foot vessel still had a bright future. (June 19, 2014 6:21 PM)

An old, abandoned ship has been restored to her former glory, and is being used to teach a new generation about the joys of sailing.

The Nada once belonged to British author Nigel Calder and his family, and eventually wound up rotting in a boat yard in Port Jefferson.

Computer technologist Roger Nokes and his son discovered the ship and decided the 47-foot vessel still had a bright future.

Nokes,...

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