My wife and I just watched an old movie favorite of ours, "The Four Seasons", that Alan Alda made in the early 1980s. In one of the sections of the movie the couples are sailing around, (badly - they have no idea how to sail), St. Thomas in a gorgeous wooden boat that looks like it could have been built anytime around the 1950s. It is a yawl, maybe around 50 to 55 feet, loots of wood, but with somewhat crude aluminum sticks and spars. The rigging is new to me - I have sailed a number of ketch rigs, lots of sloops, but never a yawl, and I have never sailed one with a jib on the mizzen. Interesting. Can anyone identify this boat? I would like to know more about it. Any idea who built it, whose design it is? Thanks!