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- Located In:
- San Diego, CA
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- Current Price:
- US$ 7,800
Great opportunity to own a surf & sail dory from Lowell's Boat Shop located in Massachusetts. Built custom in 2010 and shipped to the west coast, the dory has only been used on two occasions and is like new stored in a garage. This classic 14' shows the traditional craftsmanship that you find only from the northeast part of the country. Perfect knock around boat for summer with trailer included.
For more information please call Dan Van Zanten 760-815-6456 email@example.com
Please contact Sail San Diego Yachts at 619.535.9773
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Lowell's Boat Shop & Museum | How we build
As the sole survivor of the Amesbury’s renowned dory manufacturing indus time-honored tradition and continues to build its full line of dories and skiff paired with the highest level of craftsmanship, ensure that Lowell’s dories a longevity. Competitors cannot surpass the authenticity, craftsmanship and i
The planking: cedar, white pine, or Honduran mahogany, per customer sp Air-dried at the customers specifications. Shop to insure proper moisture content for flexibility, str Stem, rails, knees, and hand-sawn frames white oak
Transom, seats and breast hook Honduran mahogany.
Fastenings & Hardware: silicone bronze ring nails and screws; copper rivets
Laps fastened with copper rivets, hand peened to provide a tight and lasti
Bronze hardware includes: bow eye, bow and stern cleats, drain plug, oar hardware etc. Frighteningly traditional ‘thole pins’ instead of oarlocks.
To avoid the swelling issues inherent in wooden boats, bottoms encapsulated in West System epoxy and fiberglass.
Custom-finishing: top quality marine enamels and varnishes for the two a or yacht quality. Please inquire for additional details on building and deliver.
Dory to include the following specifications: Hull:
Barelmann Surf Dory 12.28.09
Cedar planked with sawn white oak timbers & hand-peened copper rivet fastenings Mahogany transom and breasthook
Cedar planked bottom; traditionally caulked with cotton
White oak double rail with blocking & oar lock pads for two rowing stations
Two cedar thwarts & sternsheet
Silicon bronze screws & ring nails; copper rivets & burrs
Fitted with bow eye, bow cleat on interior of stem, drain plug & one set bronze oar lock
sockets & horns
Standard finish of three coats of quality marine enamel on hull, rails & interior
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.