DUFFY

DUFFY was commissioned by Dr. William Kidd and Elaine Kidd and built on Seattle’s Lake Union by the Adams Boat Company. Built to an Edwin Monk Sr. design penned in 1947, she was launched in 1950 and has been serving her intended purpose as a Pacific Northwest cruiser for a family of four ever since. We are the third family to take her helm and raise our kids onboard, where she makes a perfect part-time home.

She is built of Alaskan yellow cedar planking below the waterline, and Port Orford cedar above, on oak frames, with Honduran mahogany house, cabin interior, and brightwork. Originally powered by a Chrysler Crown 6, DUFFY was re-powered during her first restoration in the mid-1990s. Since we took ownership in 2017, we have been treating her to a second round of structural, systems, and cosmetic restoration work in between family trips around the Puget Sound and Salish Sea.

Design Specs

LOA:
35′ 
10″
Beam:
10′ 
6″
LWL:
33′ 
Draft:
5′ 
Home Port: 
Tacoma, WA
Designer: 
Edwin Monk Sr.
Boat Type: 
Bridgedeck cruiser
Gross Displacement: 
13
Number of Engines: 
1
Engine Model: 
Marine Power 4.3L V6
Total Engine Horsepower: 
210
Fuel Type: 
Gas
Builder Name: 
Adams Boat Company
Location Built: 
Seattle, WA
Year Built: 
1949-50
Hull or Design No.: 
1335
Documentation or State Reg. No.: 
259435
Owner Name: 
Evan & Sara Bailly
Owner Country: 
USA
Yacht Club: 
Classic Yacht Association
Posted on:
Sat, 02/16/2019 - 5:22pm
Last modified on:
Mon, 02/18/2019 - 12:22pm