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Baltic Trader
WB No. 158
WITH NEW OWNERS


SARA, a ketch-rigged Baltic Trader (WB No. 158), is being used as a floating home in Portland, Oregon.





49′ Herreshoff Bar Harbor 31 sloop
WB No. 156
BEING RESTORED


After being listed in WB No. 156, this 49′ Herreshoff Bar Harbor 31 sloop was shipped via England to Belgium where she’s being restored.





57′ Logan 10-Rater cutter
WB No. 154
RESTORED


THELMA under full power. Photographer Fiona Blake.

This 57′ Logan 10-Rater cutter, seen in WB No. 154, was purchased from California, moved back home to New Zealand, restored, and is sailing under ownership of Classic Yacht Charitable Trust.





56′ Nevins sloop
WB No. 188
BEING RESTORED


For reasons that we find hard to understand, this classic nearly came to grief after she changed hands due to her appearance in “Save a Classic.” She was within days of being cut up and salvaged for hardware and ballast keel when, responding to Craigslist and Matt Murphy’s editorial in WB No. 218, Peter Gallant took the plunge, acquired POLLY, and moved her inside Steve Carpenter’s shop in Rye, New Hampshire, where restoration has commenced.





34′ Rhodes 33-class sloop
WB No. 191
BEING RESTORED


Gus Konitzky at Pemaquid Beach Boat Works and a group of altruistic partners bought LOKI and trucked her to Gus’s shop in Maine for a speculative restoration. She’s nearing completion to the point where an owner could step in and make choices as to final outfit and color. With new frames, deck and cabin, LOKI has had new life breathed into her and is set up to last many more years. Rhodes’s designs are always a joy to behold, and LOKI is as lovely as any. You can check out the class on the Internet at www.rhodes33.com.





55′ Reuel Parker c/b schooner
WB No. 208
WITH NEW OWNERS


WILD HARE, Reuel Parker schooner

Reuel Parker designed and built this 55′ centerboard schooner, shown in WB No. 208. She was sold, refurbished, and now sails as IRONY on Florida’s St. Johns River.





67′ William Hand motorsailer
WB No. 184
STILL AVAILABLE


VIAJERO, William Hand motorsailer

This 67′ William Hand-designed motorsailer was built by Wilmington Boat Works, California in 1935. WB No. 184.





38′ Lawley power cruiser
WB No. 215
WITH NEW OWNERS


TAMASESE, profile view

Structurally sound, but in need of a new caretaker when we presented her in WB No. 215, the 38′ Lawley power cruiser has been sold.





33′ International One-Design
WB No. 180
SEEKING INFORMATION


SCRUMMAGE, an International One-Design

This 33′ International One-Design sloop was built by Bjarne Aas in Norway, 1959. Her location when she appeared in "Save A Classic" (WB No. 180) was Montauk, New York.





40′ Arthur Robb motorsailer
WB No. 202
WITH NEW OWNERS


SCIMITAR, Arthur Robb motorsailer

This 40′ Arthur Robb–designed motorsailer appeared in WB No. 202. She was sold and moved to Indiana where her new owner plans to restore her and use her on the Great Lakes.





43′ Alden schooner
WB No. 193
WITH NEW OWNERS


SARA L, 43′ Alden schooner

A 43′ Alden schooner, shown in WB No. 193,  SARA L changed hands, was put back into service, and now sails from Philadelphia as KATIE D.





24′ Aage Nielsen pocket cruiser
WB No. 198
AGAIN AVAILABLE


SABRINA, pocket cruiser

Listed in WB No. 198, this 24′ Aage Nielsen pocket cruiser was sold and moved to New Hampshire. She still needs some work and is currently for sale again.

SABRINA is listed on Coes Smallcraft's website (Oct. 2012): www.coessmallcraft.com/for-sale.html.





52′ converted sardine carrier
WB No. 224
WITH NEW OWNERS


RUTH ANNE II, converted sardine carrier

A 52′ converted sardine carrier shown in WB No. 224, RUTH ANN II has been sold and is now a floating home for her new owners in Mystic, Connecticut.

The owners, Nick and Becky,  have sent an update:





39′ Arthur Robb cruising sloop
WB No. 202
STILL AVAILABLE


PRINCEZA, Robb cruising sloop

This 39′ Arthur Robb-designed sloop was launched as a yawl in 1951 by Lymington Slipway & Engine Co., Lymington, England; WB No. 202.





30′ 1939 Chaisson motorsailer
WB No. 213
WITH NEW OWNERS


MORNING STAR, Chaisson motorsailer

This 30′, 1939 Chaisson motorsailer, shown in WB No. 213, has been sold and is now being restored by Pemaquid Marine in New Harbor, Maine.





34′ Danish trawler
WB No. 185
WITH NEW OWNERS


KØRK, Danish trawler

Her new owner, Bo Moller, is restoring this 34′ Danish trawler, seen in WB No. 185, in Canada and
is documenting the process on the web: www.vikingboatlift.com/daneboat/index.html.





61′ William Hand schooner
WB No. 184
WITH NEW OWNERS


HINDU, sail plan view

A 61′ William Hand schooner that changed hands partly due to “Save a Classic” (WB No. 184), HINDU has been made operational twice since, and spent the summer in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where she first took passengers for hire back in 1945. She will head to Key West this fall, where the owners plan to take passengers for hire.





38′ Arthur C. Robb keel-centerboarder yawl
WB No. 201
WITH NEW OWNERS


GREY DAWN, Robb yawl

A 38′ Arthur Robb-designed yawl whose sale was finalized because of “Save a Classic” (WB No. 204), GREY DAWN now sails again as SOPHIA from Center Harbor in Brooklin, Maine—nicely refurbished and painted black.





37′ Peter Culler ketch
WB No. 208
STILL AVAILABLE


FLYING LADY, 37' Culler ketch

37′ Pete Culler keel ketch, an adaptation of an 1840 British cutter; WB No. 208.





33′ Spirit-class sloop
WB No. 180
WITH NEW OWNERS


BLACK SPIRIT, Spirit class sloop

The new owners of this 33′ Sparkman & Stephens Spirit class sloop, listed in WB No. 180, had her trucked from Maine to Tennessee, then later moved with the boat to Florida, where restoration is progressing.



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