Canvasback has emerged from the forests and mountains of Juneau. Isn’t that in Alaska! Her beautiful sails were built by the legendary sailmaker, Carol Hasse who recently retired after running her sail loft in Port Townsend for forty years.
Canvasback in her Pacific northwest home.
Comfortable saloon with proper, keel stepped mast!
Isn’t this the finest seagoing stove you ever saw! A genuine Shipmate Skippy.
Canvasback is named after one of the more celebrated local duck species…….not a common name in sailing circles.
- Laurent Giles design No: 832 (Baillargen)
- Builder: Unknown
- Launch Date: 1991 Pt. Townsend WA
- Hull Material: Douglas fir on white oak
- Deck: Teak on ply
- Engine: Honda 8 hp Outboard
- Ballast keel material: Lead
- Doghouse: Low, short coachroof
- Cockpit: Short
- Berths: Two
- Rig: Gaff Cutter
- Mast: Douglas fir
- Heads'ls: Jibs & stays'l
- Backstay arrangement: Runners
- Home Port: Juneau, Alaska
- Current Owner: Sarah Gering
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- Other comments: Classic Gaff cutter but with fairly snug rig. Nice short, low coachroof.