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Camas Moon

In Festival Boats 2022, Festival Boats 2023

Camas Moon is the first boat built to Tad Roberts’ new CoPogy 18 design. She is 18’ LOD, 24’ LOA, 6’6” beam, and 9” draft. She is rigged as a gaff yawl, with an off-center pivoting centerboard, and has a 6 HP outboard motor in a well. Designed as a trailerable mini-motorsailer for one or two people, she will be …

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Discovery

In Festival Boats 2021, Festival Boats 2022, Festival Boats 2024

Jim McCurdy had Bill Garden Design Discovery for his 40th Birthday. She was built to Yacht standards by the Vic Franck yard on Lake Union in Seattle in 1963. She is strongly built of 1 3/8″ Yellow Cedar Planking on 2 1/8′ x 2 1/8″ steamed white oak frames on 12″ centers. She still has her original 100 HP Perkins …

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WOODY

In Festival Boats 2022

Sam Devlin’s Surf Scoter design is readily recognized in the Northwest and they have migrated far beyond their home habitat. In a world of plastic boats they are distinctive and lovely and truly a species apart. While the original design was conceived two decades ago, with many boats subsequently built, this late-model Surf Scoter 23 enjoys many evolutionary advantages, including …

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Deception

In Festival Boats 2022

This boat is an original example with no major rebuild other than a power change in 1985. She is a single screw powered by a lugger 668 with a range of nearly 1500 miles.

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Bruno

In Festival Boats 2022

1963 Egg Harbor Express Cruiser was designed by Ted Haggas and built in Egg Harbor, NJ., modeled after the famous Maine lobster boats to be fast and extremely seaworthy. I purchased Bruno from Inger McGinnis’s estate 3 years ago who had been 2nd owner since delivered new in San Diego. It is only one of 3 known to not have …

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Roopa

In Festival Boats 2022

This little wooden boat’s story is one of devotion, dedication, family, companionship, artistry, tragedy and triumph. Her story begins over a century ago, as Sewall Southard Sr. infused his passion for sailing and everything nautical, a gift from his father, down to his son Clarke. All are the descendants of the famous Southard shipbuilders whose work is still showcased in …

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Harpoon

In Festival Boats 2022

A Ted Coates designed and built cedar plank lapstrake, outboard, utility runabout powered by a 1940 Johnson, 22 HP outboard. Outboard and boat restored by Denny Johnson.

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Alca i

In Festival Boats 2022, Festival Boats 2023, Festival Boats 2024

Alca i was inspired by Colin Archer and designed by George Buehler (from Whidbey Island). She was constructed in 2003 to subarctic exploration vessel standards with 2″ thick oak plank on frame construction and then encapsulated with two to four layers of fiberglass/epoxy resin for the purpose of conducting research in the Northwest Atlantic on behalf of the Smithsonian Institution. …

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New Penny

In Festival Boats 2022

Built to the Devlin Marsh Wren design “New Penny” was a many year long building project, started at Woodenboat School in Brooklin, Maine and then carrying on a the Devlin Yard in Olympia. She is a daysailer very much like a larger H-12.5 and capable of handling two couples for a sail without getting in each others way. She is …