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Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe
The Mayflower II is being restored at the Fairhaven Shipyard.
Peter Arenstam, manager of the maritime artisans department at Plimouth Plantation, looked at the new planks from inside the ship.
The Mayflower ll is awaiting more white oak timber to finish the restoration work.
John Tarvers worked to replace planks on the stern.
Some Plymouth shops have seen a decline in business as a result of the missing ship.
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