Scott Sprague designed and built TUMBLEHOME in a Bainbridge Island boat shop in the 1980’s, with the help of many others in the yard when they had time to help out. The hull is a slippery canoe stern shape with a modern fin keel and deep bustled skeg aft. A sculptured teak wheelhouse allows inside steering in addition to the outside station. The rig is a fractional sloop with a varnished spruce rotating wing mast. The interior is Alaskan yellow cedar with Honduras mahogany, and many other woods, with warm live-aboard accommodations.