Hull Material: Wood
Location of Unit: Carver, MA
MeadowLark was ketch-rigged, 33 feet long and instead
of a keel or centerboard, had leeboards
like the Dutch Boier yachts, wing like things that
are alternately dropped and lifted when tacking. The
draft of the boat was 15 inches, a wondrous fact in
a 33-foot sailboat and a statistic which opened a
world of cruising grounds that seldom see a sailboat.
This classic example of a 33 MeadowLark needs some
TLC to bring her back to her glory. She has recently
used and has not been neglected to the point
of no return. This should be on the must see list
of anyone who is looking for a rewarding project that
will surely cause a stir in any harbor sailed.
It is reported
by the owner that the headroom, sitting, as he remembers
Herreshoff's plan, is 4'8". The deck is plywood
over white oak frames with fiberglass cloth covering.
The deck is tight. The boat needs to be caulked (slick
seam, not cotton or oakum). It needs to be sanded
and painted, inside and out, and the interior needs
to be cleaned and painted, as does the engine. The
boat is made of the very best materials, white oak
framing, hard yellow pine bottom, cedar sides with
white oak top board for the leeboards. Sitka spruce
masts and new sails with a jib furler. The interior
contains two forward bunks and one large bunk on the
port side and a porta-potti. There is a compass that
is in the boat on the bunk. There is a 2 burner alcohol
stove that is not in the boat presently. The boat
is covered. The sails and stove are in storage. The
details of its construction are available to be seen
in "Sensible cruising designs", by L. Frances
in this sale.
transportation is available through www.CertifiedMarineTransport.com
Custom Cradles and shipment to port for overseas transport
also supplied. Call Robert or Brian at (508) 478-0200
for logistics and quotes.
No statement of condition can
be made regarding motors, engines or machinery, whatsoever.
A photo may appear of the engine compartment and machinery,
but it is entirely the buyers responsibility to inspect
and determine their actual condition.
* On occasion
we receive unverified information regarding mechanical
is reported by the owner: "That the engine runs
very well, despite the fact that it needs paint."
vessel will be sold by open bid.
Mike Costa @ (401) 732-6300.
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