Stern Steerer Needs Ice (and a Home)

This boat spent most of it’s life on lakes in the Augusta, Maine, area. Most recently she’s called Cobbosseecontee home. As a matter of fact, the same day we were sailing that lake two years ago from the south end she was ripping it up on the north end.

The owner’s father bought it for ten bucks in the early thirties and has been in the family ever since. It dates from around the turn of the century and still sets the original sails.

The owner has no interest in making a profit on the sale, but does ask that the boat be well stored, sailed and cared for. Call Everett at 207-395-4221

Meanwhile, in the frozen lake department, the small ponds are skimming over. No word on Plymouth, but the hunch is that it is still open due to the tremendous amount of wind over the past few days. Snow is coming tonight followed by deep cold next week. The snow will seed the water, super cooling it, so there’s a very good chance we could be sailing next week. Got gear sorted?

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3 Responses to Stern Steerer Needs Ice (and a Home)

  1. Don says:

    Find gear!

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  2. David Jones says:

    Bill Thought I would come to your shop when you are there to sharpen my runners. Thanks David

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  3. Ben Fuller says:

    This is where we need a big barn. Anyone know of one for sale?

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