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Marion Jean

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

This is a 20.5′ Bartender which is traditionally built as plywood on frame. The hull frame construction is nearing completion and includes the frames, building jig, stem, sternpost, keelson, breasthooks, chine logs, and sheer clamp. The next step is to permanently glue and fasten all components, fair the frame structure, then plank the sides and bottom with marine plywood panels.

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Festina Lente

In Festival Boats 2018

This is a striking example of taking a classic boat design and applying custom features to keep the weight quite manageable yet balancing the variety of complementing woods to produce a very efficient and beautiful boat. While a relatively new construction, this boat can be seen frequently being rowed in the Port Townsend Bay, home of the owner/builder. This is …

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Seven Bells

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

A classic pilot-house cruiser, this 1929 Stephens Brothers boat was built in Stockton, CA, one of eight or nine boats using the same blueprints. Seven Bells has won the top restoration awards at classic wooden boat shows across the Pacific Northwest, from Victoria to Seattle. The boat was originally a private yacht, then served as an anti-submarine net tender in …

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Epic

In Festival Boats 2018

Epic is the latest is a constant refining of the perfect youth Voyaging boat. Stable, easy to row, fast under sail or oars, beachable, with water-tight integrity. It was designed by Ed Louchard with input from the CBP captains. It is a true community boat.

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Martha

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Originally gaff rigged and now staysail rigged, she is 68’ on deck; 84’ sparred, 16’ beam, 8’ draft. Her planking is fir and silver bali on oak frames, and her interior is Honduran mahogany, graced with leaded glass cabinetry below decks. James Cagney owned her from 1934-1943. Edgar Kaiser purchased her in 1968 and brought her to Washington; he later …

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Carpenter II

In Festival Boats 2018

Built in Maine in 2007, she has plied Maine’s coastal waters and primarily Penobscot Bay, until she was brought here last June, where she resides in Port Hadlock. She was a mainstay vessel at the annual TSCA Small Reach Regatta in the Eggemoggin Reach area of Maine. With a small canvas area for her ketch rig, an 18 ft. length …

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Willets Brothers canoe

In Festival Boats 2018

1956 Willets Brothers canoe purchased brand new by my father. All original, never restored, almost every original accessory with some never used still in Willets hand made bags.. Stunning boat that gathers crowds.

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Seafarer

In Festival Boats 2018

The Seafarer was built in 1926 for a Seattle businessman at Lake Washington Shipyard. This yard was known for building many commercial boats in those days, and so Seafarer was constructed heavy and strong to stand the test of time. Her hull is Alaskan cedar, with the transom, house and decks all being teak. Bronze cleats, stanchions and anchor winch …

Gikumi

In Festival Boats 2018

A classic coastal work boat that has work continuously since its launch on labour day 1954. It delivered freight and towed logs and scows out of Telegraph cove on Vancouver Island and became BC’s first whale watching vessel in the early eighties.

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Grace

In Festival Boats 2018

Purchased from George and Wilma Calkins Oct. 2008, in Nordland, WA. Grace was built at Winchester Bay Marina, Inc. Oregon. Mr. Calkins traded a 19 foot Bartender for this 22 footer. He then added a hoist to pull up Crab Pots. During our ownership we offered for use to the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Grace has received orders for Patrol …