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Offshore 160 Singlehanded Race

This was my first Offshore 160 out of Newport Yacht Club.  The race is a qualifier for the Bermuda 1-2 and the longest single-handed race in New England.  Twenty Two boats signed up and were divided into three classes.  Kincora … Continue reading

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Wonderful Wickford Art Festival

The weekend weather was perfect.  The crowds were big, smiles big, and everyone was enjoying the wonderful art festival. I had a fantastic spot (#144) right next to my friend and neighbor, Jillian Barber.  If you have not visited Jillian’s … Continue reading

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Paul in the Jamestown Press

There is a lot going on at Paul Cronin Studios. This week I made the Jamestown Press our local paper.  Couple of weeks ago when my show started at the Jamestown Library for my fine art prints, I was interviewed … Continue reading

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Jamestown Library Show

Fun times having my first private show.  Today with the help of my neighbor Jillian Barber, one of the top artist in the area, we hung the show at the Jamestown, Library.  This show is run by the Conanicut Island … Continue reading

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Framed Prints, Galleries & Shows

Well the exciting news I mentioned in the last blog is here.  I am expanding my business  back into selling framed prints.  Thirty five years ago I sold framed prints, then sailing, and video slowly pulled me away.  I never … Continue reading

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Episode 40 Winter Overview

Spring has finally sprung in Rhode Island.  Warmer days, water temp is up to 47 F, which sounds cold but feels warm after paddling in 30 F in January. Kincora did not have a long list this winter, which worked … Continue reading

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How I choose my singlehanded boats, episode 39

Welcome to Episode 39 How I choose my single-handed boats This episode is a request and a great subject.  Having owned a very wide variety of singlehanded boats over the last 40 years, I have narrowed down my requirements.  And … Continue reading

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