Adirondack Guideboat 15
This ocean rowing rig is versatile, seaworthy, stable has great performance and perfect for fitness!
Length: 15′ 9″
Beam: 37″ at shear, 18″ at waterline
Draft: 4 inches
Hull Weight: 70 lbs
Capacity: 550 lbs
Ro-Wing Rowing Unit Weight: 18 lbs
Hand Laid Hull with Cloth and Roving in Isothalic Resin
Varnished Mahogany gunnels and nose pieces
Positive flotation located in the bow and stern compartments.
Current Price: $3,850
Please contact Jordi St. John at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-761-8225 for more information!
17’4” Herreshoff pulling boat
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Featured in Building Classic Small Craft Vol 2, by John Gardner.
Skin on Frame building technique with solid pine bottom, steam bent ash ribs and stringers
Interior set up for single fixed seat rower with foot braces and single set of oar locks.
Covered with heat shrink ballistic 8oz nylon and coated with a flexible filler to allow a translucent
Aluminum fixed skeg provides excellent tracking.
Material is amazingly tough and condition is excellent.
Asking $500 to cover materials, but a happy home and interested new owner more important
Lunenburg Fortune Bay Dory
- Year: 1999
- Length: 23′
- Engine/Fuel Type: Single/Gas/Petrol
- Located In: Rockport, ME
- Hull Material: Wood
- Current Price: $12,000
“The most popular model among our larger dories, the Fortune Bay makes a great sail and/or motor boat while still providing lots of room for family and friends. Built-in seats, which also function as lockers, are popular additions at the bow and stern, as shown in this model, which also has a false sole to provide a more level footing atop the boat’s frames.” – The Dory Shop, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
A portion of proceeds from the sale will benefit MITA.
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