Whistler’s Daughter is a classic carvel planked mahogany centreboard sloop, fractional rigged, with bright sitka spruce spars and a club foot jib. In 2005, she was fitted with a new teak deck. She features an oak wheel, dual ground tackle, 4 sails, a new dodger, electric windlass, below deck hydraulic autopilot, radar and GPS trackplotter and chartplotter, in addition to compass, depthsounder and knotmeter. Amenities include pressurized water, a macerator, cast iron wood burning stove and Optimus kerosene cooker. Records include original plans and photos, as well as all repairs and upgrades. Commissioned and originally sailed in Lake Ontario, she is now on the West Coast and sails between Victoria and Desolation Sound.