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Rushton Nomad design sailing canoe
The hull was constructed at the WCTVI boatbuilding school on Quoddy Head in South Lubec Me. in the early 70s. She was finished in N.H. and at Lake Tahoe, Ca. by the owner. An excellent sailer! Lots of fun. Beautyful on the water and rows very well to boot. All sails and rigging included.
17' circa 1911, SN7780, Model A: recanvassed, painted and varnished. Mahogany closed gunwales. Mahogany framed, caned seats and thwarts. Includes floor grate, but is not installed in canoe. Excellent condition.