The Yachting Ensign, which graced many of the boats the Warrington family voyaged on during their years on the water.
Some examples of that can be seen below, on our yachts and others.
Our yacht, at anchor in the harbour at Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas, shortly before its fateful encounter
Below: our first boat, the Pem-Don I, a 36′ Chris Craft, docked at Bimini in 1963. My father opted for the same naming convention his dad used for his airplanes. Since we were living in Chattanooga, TN at the time, it had TN registration. It cruised both the Tennessee River and and the waters of Florida and the Bahamas.
The Cavalla, Chet’s last “major” yacht. Another Chris Craft, It was 48′ long, 13′ beam and 3′ 6″ draught. It was the flagship of the Chicago Yacht Club when Chet was Commodore in 1950.