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Sailboats

WOODEN BLUENOSE 23, B-15, ORIGINAL BUILD 1946, RESTORED IN 2022

The original Bluenose 23 was designed by one of maritime Canada’s most accomplished naval architects, William J. Roue, in the mid-1940s, with production starting in 1946. The first 77 were built of wood, pine on oak frames. So popular were they that his first, B-1, is displayed at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. This boat was restored by Matt Durnford of Riverport, NS. Jibs-2; Genoa and Blade. Mainsails-2; one is new. Spins-2. Spinnaker pole. Trailer included, refurbished and roadworthy. New gear for jib and main sheeting.

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