Sparred length: 34’
Sail area: 343 s.f.
w/genoa approx. 546 sq ft
Built 1976 by McKie (Nick) Roth, Westport, Maine
White cedar over white oak, mahogany brightwork, bronze fastened, lead keel.
Reinforced 1998 with Cutts & Case’s patented method which laces the planking below the waterline with thin Kevlar cord, resulting in an exceptionally safe and strong hull. See WoodenBoat #78.
Original Volvo-Penta MD7A diesel is well cared for, runs beautifully.
Sails made by the legendary Stuart Hopkins at Dabbler Sails, who crafted them from Dacron to look like vintage cotton: half-width panels (18″) sewn with brown thread to catch the eye (and the camera), both jibs mitered to complete the vintage appearance. Sails are well maintained: main, mizzen, genoa, staysail. Includes a masthead drifter. Previous suit of sails are usable and are included.
SAILBOAT SPECS :
||Long keel w/trans. hung rudder
||26.94 ft / 8.21 m
||22.81 ft / 6.95 m
||454.00 ft² / 42.18 m²
||8.00 ft / 2.44 m
||10,500.00 lb / 4,763 kg
||2,800.00 lb / 1,270 kg
||3.50 ft / 1.07 m
||L. Francis Herreshoff
Barnegat Bay Yacht Brokerage
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