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The New Haven sharpie was built in two sizes for the oyster fishery.
This is made according to the Sharpie type, but the lines are changed to give the boat a more graceful appearance.
BOYS' BOOK OF MODEL BOATSRAYMOND FRANCIS YATES
One of the prettiest and most convenient rigs for a small boat is known as the "leg-of-mutton sharpie rig" (Fig. 144).
BOAT-BUILDING AND BOATINGDANIEL CARTER BEARD
A man who knocks about a sandy land in a sharpie should always carry a shovel with him.
He was one of a party of four who were cruising along the gulf coast in a sharpie.
DAYS IN THE OPENLATHAN A. CRANDALL
The three best rigs for single-man handling are the ketch, yawl or sharpie, or double cat, as it is sometimes called.
Captain Joe shook his head, and the sharpie plunged on and rounded the point into the perfect calm of the protecting shore.
CALEB WEST, MASTER DIVERF. HOPKINSON SMITH
The photog in the purple shirt is really a sharpie at lepping.
THE GALAXY PRIMESEDWARD ELMER SMITH
Later, because of its speed, the sharpie became popular for racing and yachting.
The sharpie's stern was composed of two horizontal oak frames, one at chine and one at sheer; each was about 1½ inches thick.

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