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This Jonesport Peapod was built by Tyler Proctor, Jr. in Bar Harbor, Maine in 1980. Her design came from Howard Chapelle's American Small Sailing Craft plans. She has been stored inside since new, and launched several summers. She comes with varnished spruce spars, sail, boards, and rudder-tiller assembly. She sails and rows well, so if you're looking for a classic Maine peapod, she is one to consider!
This peapod was built by Tyler Procter, Jr. in Bar Harbor, Maine in 1980. She is cedar over oak, and her design came from Howard Chapelle's American Small Sailing Craft plans. She has 3 rowing positions, 5 seats, 2 lee boards, and a 5" keel.
Varnished spruce mast, boom, and sprit
Dark green sail
Rudder with push-pull tiller
1 pair of oars
Various lines for sailing, docking, and towing
The boat comes with oars, sail, lee boards, and a trailer. She is a classic Maine peapod that is known for her seaworthiness through various conditions.