Beautiful redwood mahogany boat that my father and I built from a kit between 2000-2002. I no longer have the space for it nor do I have the means to give it the little bit of TLC it needs and deserves.
The stitch & glue kit was based on a Northern Light Skiff pattern from John Gardner's "Building Classic Small Craft". She is long and narrow at the waterline, and is a fast rower. She has served my dad and I well as a row trolling boat. Though not intended for open sea conditions or especially rough conditions, handles waves and chop well for her size.…NY…USA…More Info
Hand made, Arch Davis design. Mint condition, "like a beautiful piece of furniture". Always stored indoors.
Lug sail with pivot center board.
Includes custom made oars, cover, trailer, and life vests. …WI…USA…More Info
La Volpe is a classic, cutter-rigged Colin Archer ketch built in Norway in 1962. You will not find another boat like this: the entire hull, as well as the deck, is built from old-growth Burmese teak. The structural members are white oak. Structural fastenings are copper rivets and silicon bronze bolts bedded in tar. Tons of traditional bronze fittings. Built with the best materials, she will last many lifetimes. Sleeps 5. Well-equipped for cruising the west coast and beyond. For a full description, including additional photos and video, visit La Volpe’s website at lavolpe.…British Columbia…Canada…More Info