This traditional day sailer was designed by Pete Culler as a practical, good looking, and well performing boat. This was his most popular design, and the Concordia Company built 21 of these. This one, however, was built at Ken's Boat Shop in Seaford, New York, in 1984. She is a well built and maintained traditional gaff-rigged sloop and comes with her trailer.
This sloop was built by Ken Steinmetz of Ken's Boat Shop, Seaford, New York, in 1984. Oak frames and toe rail. Mahogany keel, stem, transom, thwarts and stern seat. Cedar shear strakes, planking, and centerboard trunk. Cherry transom knee and apple breast hook quarter knees. Teak floor boards. Bronze fastened.
Gaff main, jib, short fore deck, white cedar side decks and oak coaming.
Varnished mast, boom, and gaff.
Main sail and jib, both with sheets.
Two sets of oars, Boom crutch.
254 Main Street
Southwest Harbor, ME 04679