NOOTKA

NOOTKA was built at Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, B.C., in 1957 by Barney Williams, a shipwright and fisherman of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nation. As AVE MARIA, she served the Christie (Kakawis) Indian Residential School for almost 30 years. The boat was resurrected in the late 1980s by Doug Johnston of Tofino, who rebuilt the hard-working mission boat turning her into a unique Pacific Northwest cruiser. She remained in Canadian registry until 2007.

Listing under previous owner.

Design Specs

LOA:
38′ 
0″
Beam:
11′ 
6″
LWL:
Draft:
4′ 
Design or Class: 
Former British Columbia Mission boat
Former Name: 
AVE MARIA
AVE'
AVE MARIA
Home Port: 
Seattle, Washington
Designer: 
Barney Williams
Boat Type: 
Power cruiser
Gross Displacement: 
28,000 pounds
Number of Engines: 
1
Engine Model: 
John Deere Lugger
Total Engine Horsepower: 
96
Fuel Type: 
Diesel
Builder Name: 
Barney Williams
Location Built: 
Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia
Year Built: 
1957
Owner Name: 
Tim Robison
Owner Country: 
United States
Posted on:
Tue, 02/12/2019 - 10:17pm
Last modified on:
Thu, 02/14/2019 - 1:09pm