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Nevermore

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Nevermore began her life as a dream of then young Canadian shipwright Ralph Eastland. A sensible man of frugal means, Ralph ordered a set of ship plans for $5 from the Smithsonian Institute of Howard Chapelle’s Chesapeake Bay schooner “Little Cod.” With the help of his wife Debbie, the two then set to work constructing a pole shed with a …

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Glencannon

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Artenders are known throughout the PNW and other regions of the world with rough waters for their able sea keeping abilities. I spent 8 years converting Glencannon from a rough and ready fish boat to a sweet and able little pocket cruiser. She just as happy on the rough river bars of the Oregon Coast as cruising on the Canadian …

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Wind Spirit

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

This pirate ship was built in 1985. She was home ported in Olympia washington for 20 years. A retired naval architect created the ship from a cold molded hull. She was modified to carry square rigged sails. The vessel is a 1/3rd scale model of Christopher Columbus’s Santa Maria. She sat for 20 years outdoors before she was completely restored …

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Josephine

In Festival Boats 2018, Festival Boats 2019

Josephine is a converted Salmon Troller and is celebrating her 85 th birthday at the show this year. She was converted from a working fishing boat to a cruiser by Devlin Boat Co. of Olympia. Her power is a John Deere diesel engine. Converted from a Salmon Troller to a power cruiser by Devlin Boat Co. of Olympia, Wa. Josephine …