www.yachttallyho.com also www.albertstrange.org Toward the end of January the Albert Strange Association (ASA) was notified that all "deadwood" had to be out of the Port of Brookings, Oregon, yard by February 13. After appeal to the board of commissioners the deadline changed to the end of June. Launched as Betty in 1910 as a cruising boat from which the fishing fleet owner could fish, as Tally Ho she won the 1927 Fastnet race in storm conditions with a new Alden schooner the only other finisher. With the exception of the 1927 Fastnet Race she was a sailing cruiser through the late 1960s when she landed on a Polynesian reef. Rebuilt in the islands, she became a motor fishing boat out of Brookings until abandoned in the 1990s. The ASA has owned her now for 4 years seeking someone with interest and finances to restore her. Now this. As an English yacht with solid heritage and build we think her best chance is to return to the UK. We now have an offer of free storage for 5 years in England at Barton on Humber. Tally Ho!