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Saravan

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Saravan was built in 1938 as a harbour tug, did wartime service in Victoria harbour during WWII. The Saravan tug boat was built in 1938 for Harry Van Froome and named for his wife, Sara. The wooden tug boat worked in local waters for fifty years. During wartime, the Saravan patrolled the waters to protect the naval base at Esquimalt, …

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Min Dejlige Pika

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Caledonia Yawl 19′ 10″ long with a 6’4″ beam designed by Iain Oughtred. After sailing in his uncle’s homebuilt trimaran, Daren Lindley had a life long dream to build a boat. 50 years later, Daren and his son in law, Nick Luchterhand bought the plans and started bulding. After planking the hull we could not imagine painting her. Iain Oughtred …

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Mojo

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019, Festival Boats 2021

The PT Skiff was designed by Bieker Boats in Seattle to be a lightweight, easily driven center console skiff for use in bigger inland waters like Puget Sound and the Columbia River. She incorporates a fine entry, extremely efficient hull shape, and lightweight for a very efficient package. The boat is exceptionally competent for its size in challenging conditions. The …

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Pia

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019, Festival Boats 2021

Pia is one of six Klasse Spidsgatters imported into Victoria by the same man in the late fifties. Four of those boats including DaCapo, Cito, Eio and Pia sail Washington waters today. I found Pia in near derelict condition in Cortez Bay, BC in 1992 and spent 19 months repairing her including a new cockpit, interior, decks, rails, rudder and …

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Indian

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Beautifully built and maintained William Garden design Cutter; Built on Bainbridge Island by Andy Goodwin; bright mast, boom, wood decks, bright trim with some contrasting painted cabins, nice wood interior. Purchased by Sam & Pam Fry 2017