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Boat Reviews By Owners

1938 -- 26' 0" HOME BUILT

Model: Sea Bird Yawl

Cockpit: It's26 ft stem to sturn copit big enouph for fishing and or picnining

Cabin: The cabin is low but can sleep two comfortable.I did it with three. Has a head .A cooler stove .A little storage space.I always made do.I sailed her alone most of the time.

Construction: Yes She's made of white pine over green oak Fastemd with hot gelv screws.Led balest keel .Draws 4 ft water.Full keel.Her mast are spruce.and she gaff rig.

Handling: She handles great in calm and heavy seas.Under sail. Under Power very good. She is a 6 kt boat.For seaworthy She great.

Engine Room: I powered the boat with a 9.9 yamaha 4 stroke outboard.And she can make 6 kt's As for cons in heavy sea's she's slow. Very good on gas.

General Comments: I ues her mosteley for day sailing. And crusing . I raced her a few times.I am at the American Yacht club in Newburyport Ma. Oh I had her for 35 yr's Been in water ever since.

Email Address: arthurberube@netzero.com


Date Submitted: 2004-12-19

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