Other photos: Timberwind at anchor, Full compliment of sails, Bird's Eye View of Deck, Transom, Forward View, View forward starboard quarter plank work, View of aft port quarter plank work, Upper area of starboard quarter. Note new frames, Looking aft lower section of aft starboard quarter, Layout, Yawl boat.
The schooner TIMBERWIND was built in 1931 by Victor Cole at Union Wharf in Portland, Maine. She was launched as PORTLAND PILOT and served as a pilot vessel in Casco Bay, Portland until 1969 when a new pilot boat was built. TIMBERWIND is registered as a national historic landmark in recognition of her service and design in an era that has long past. In 1970 her owners began the process of getting her ready for her second career in the local windjammer fleet. She was moved to Rockport, Maine and the interior was stripped out of the vessel, including her engines; a new interior was built with a large galley and overnight cabins. TIMBERWIND is now USCG certified to carry passengers and has been operating in that service ever since.
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