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Tophat

In Festival Boats 2019

TOP HAT traces her heritage to the vee bottom boats designed by William. Hand in the early 1900s. Her lines, construction and propulsion have be updated, but the essential virtues remain – seaworthy and seakindly performance, good speeds with modest horsepower, handsome looks and ease of construction.

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Orca

In Festival Boats 2019

A heavy workboat of traditional construction, ideal as a yard launch or small towboat. The horseshoe stern adds an element of interest that will appeal to the builder looking for a challenge. It also makes a very pretty hull. -Paul Gartside

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New Moon

In Festival Boats 2019, Festival Boats 2021

New Moon is a Devlin Black Crown 29′ built in the style of a Northwest fishing hull of the 1920s with a sedan topside that provides an interior steering station and cruising accommodations. The hull is v-shaped providing a cruising speed of 18 kts with a diesel engine. The boat has made the trip to Alaska six times during her …

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Caine

In Festival Boats 2019

Caine returns once again to PT for its annual pickling. Built in 1975, carvel planked cedar on steam bent white oak frames – lives in the Willamette River and sails often, only coming out of the water for its annual maintenance and trip to fest!

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Wind Gypsy

In Festival Boats 2019

Wind Gypsy is a Brandlmayr 41 schooner. (48’LOA) She is one of a kind in many ways. She is the only schooner, we know of, of this design, built by John Brandlmayr. Mr. Brandlmayr designed many boats. We were told, Wind Gypsy is the culmination of all his best ideas for a Trade Winds clipper, from his years of experience. …

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Lady Jane

In Festival Boats 2019, Festival Boats 2021, Festival Boats 2022

The lady Jane was originally built to race in lighting fleet 132, on Lake Washington. The boat slowly fell into neglect before ending up stored in a barn in Silverdale for 25 years. After a three year refit, she has been reconfigured and updated with a more modern downwind sail plan, a cabin, extra flotation and a robust electrical system. …

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Kari-San

In Festival Boats 2019

Lee modified the design and added ballast, a centerboard ,decks and flotation making Kari-San a safe boat to sail in the Puget Sound waters, even in strong winds. I am unable to stand up, making the sprit rig difficult to handle without crew. With the help of Sean Rankin of Northwest Sails and Canvas, Kari-San has been changed to a …

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Community Boat Project

In Festival Boats 2019

This is a Youth Exploring Ship built by students and mentors at the Community Boat Project. It is especially designed for watertight integrity, fast rowing, fast sailing, easy handling, beachability, and safety.