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  2. Custom Carriacou Schooner

    Custom Carriacou Schooner

    Grenada, Grenada

    Me OH my OH! You are gonna have some fun on this classic Carriacou Schooner! Jambalaya is a 73’ traditional wooden Caribbean Schooner built by Alwen Enoe on the island of Carriacou in 2002. A rare opportunity to own one of the only Carriacou schooners built as a cruising yacht/passenger vessel. (Usually built for transportation of cargo.) a true representative of the Caribbean—its culture, this was the last Carriacou schooner ever built. Key Points: A traditional schooner which has been recently built; a true representative of the Caribbean—its culture, its (Carriacou’s) tradition of building sloops and schooners  It’s styling that blends in with Island living and local ports of call  A well-constructed vessel which is spacious, bright and airy, and yet fast A beautiful boat that has been well maintained reflecting the owner’s attention to detail and pride of ownership - resent survey available to serious buyers A vessel of a size and lay-out that can easily be used as a private yacht or a sought after charter boat. Major refit when her current and second owners purchased her in 2020.  Nov. 2017 hauled out and painted. October/November of 2020, she was hauled out for some hull plank restoration work. For this work, the original boat builder was enlisted to do the repairs. Any and all soft wood was replaced. A four time winner of the Concours d'Elegance at the Antigua Classics Regatta and line honors on day 3 in 2017. She is offered for sale due to the owner’s change of plans during the Corona virus restrictions. Also offered is the associated charter business, making her a ready to go charter operation.  Don't miss out on your chance to own a piece of living Caribbean history!  

    Seller TMC
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  4. Custom Lunenburg Schooner

    Custom Lunenburg Schooner

    Tusket, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Celebrated schooner-man and master shipwright David Westergard has been carrying on the Canadian schooner building tradition for many years.  His shop in the Big Boat Shed of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia previously housed the Smith and Rhuland Shipyard, in operation since 1900.  More than 270 boats have been built on the site including prominent vessels such as the Bounty, Rose, and Bluenose II.   Of the 10 schooners designed and built by Westergard over the years, one of the most successful was the spectacularly fast Tancook Whaler, SON OF A GUN, featured in the February 2006 issue of WoodenBoat Magazine.  So, in 2018 when the time came for his most recent speculative project, the plan to build on that success and do a new boat of nearly identical dimensions was clear. Westergard designed THE SHOW in collaboration with esteemed Canadian yacht designer Laurie McGowan and he describes her as "a Lunenburg inshore fishing schooner, a family boat, a traditional racing schooner, or even a workboat.  A real beauty from any angle - as boats should be."  The layout consists of a large, 14-foot-long self-bailing open cockpit divided by structural thwarts and the mainmast partners, ahead of which the companionway leads down to the cabin or “cud” which houses a simple wrap-around settee, small wood stove, and a table over the centerboard trunk.  Hammocks are the preferred means for sleeping, but there's plenty of space for a v-berth and some shelves up forward if more overnight comfort is desired.   Cabin headroom is 5'. You can almost smell the faint aroma of pine tar mixing with that of strong coffee percolating on the wood stove...  brewed between chapters of some great seafaring novel read by the warm glow of paraffin lamplight.   Throw in a sky full of stars and waves lapping against the hull - you get the picture. Built over an 18-month period and launched in 2019, THE SHOW is “built like they built them when they built them all the time.”  Constructed with the finest materials and integrity, yet the anthesis of a "yacht".  Her workboat finish is simple, traditional, and pure.   THE SHOW represents the epitome of 19th Century small working schooner evolution. Gaff rigged, with an enchanting sheer, spoon bow, and a curved raking transom.  With her centerboard and shallow draft, she is wickedly fast, can handle large groups of friends and family, would be great for fishing or could be used for day charters.   When the wind dies, THE SHOW continues to glide along noiselessly with her auxiliary electric motor. Top speed under power is about 8 knots, which can be maintained for about 1 hour when fully charged.   At 3/4 throttle (cruising speed) duration is closer to three hours. INVENTORY:       Herreshoff fisherman anchor with 200' ¾” rode and chain leader.      6" constellation compass       Required safety gear: Lifejackets, flares, fog horn, etc.       Small cast iron “Gift” wood stove       HULL:      Yellow cedar topside planking       Hackmatack garboards and sheer plank      White pine bottom (no sap wood)       White oak bent frames in between double-sawn hackmatack frames      Fastened with bronze screws, copper rivets and trunnels throughout      Walnut and yellow cedar finish below    DECK:       Old growth vertical grain Doug fir       White oak covering boards       Fastened with stainless steel screws    SPARS:       Black spruce, hollow birds mouth construction    RIG:       Dynema standing rigging set up with dead eyes and lanyards      All blocks custom made by Lunenburg’s Arthur Dauphinee.           Walnut shells with bronze sheaves    SAILS:       Custom made by RB Stevens of Lunenburg:  Oceanus, 3 lowers    PROPULSION      Lynch 48V electric motor        4, 8D AGM batteries with charger       Two-blade prop.  18" dia.    HARDWARE:      Stainless steel centerboard with bronze worm screw lifting winch       Bronze 2 speed foresail winches   

    Seller Artisan Boatworks Inc.
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