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Oyster Bay Boats

After having some uneasy rows on the Strait of Georgia, I decided that a self-bailing sliding seat boat was required. I volunteered at the Coastal Rowing championships in 2018 and decided the coastal rowboat would be perfect.


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PACIFIC LOON is a classic express cruiser with a carvel planked red and yellow cedar hull and solid mahogany transom and cabin sides, finished bright. The cockpit hardtop has been extended to the transom, matching the existing roof and sides.


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Tim & Renee Cormier

Cedar strips canoe of the Gil Gilpatrick 16′ Laker design. Modifications to the design includes ash stem guards and scuppered inner gunwals. Hull materials include Western Red Cedar, Eastern White Cedar, and Alaskan Pine accent strips. Stems, gunwals, seats and yoke are ash.


1941 Arrow wood sailboat, 18' with trailer

NIMBUS was raced out of Sheridan Shores Yacht Club (Wilmette Harbor, IL) in the 1940s by her original owner, Dr. Earl Lux. About 65 years later, his grandson commissioned a full restoration at West Bay Boat Works in Traverse City, MI.


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HOLIDAY was recently sailed from Mattapoisett, MA to her new homeport of Portland, ME. At 24 years young, I am beyond excited for the opportunity to be steward of such a beautiful vessel so early on in life.


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Kea Custom Boats

This Didi 23 was built over the course of 2 years and 4 months. She was launched in October of 2022. She has a couple of modifications from the original design. First, I added a sugar scoop transom, extending her length by 20 inches.


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KORU is a Didi 23 designed by Dudley Dix and built by Kea Custom Boats. Koru was built over the course of 2 years and 4 months and was launched in October of 2022. Her auxiliary power is a retractable 1kw electric pod drive.


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THE SHEIK is a beautiful mahogany cold molded speed boat. It was built in 1985 as a replica of a 1920s Gold Cup racer. The builder is Harvard Forden and he consulted with famed naval architect C. Douglas Van Patten on the hull shape and design. Mr.