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Pete Culler - Fantail launch.

Murray Peterson - Launching a Murray Peterson schooner.
L. F. Herreshoff Ketch - 33' ketch under sail on her sea trials. L. F. Herreshoff Ketch - Planking finished and faired.
L. F. Herreshoff Ketch - Completed hull and deck. L. F. Herreshoff Ketch - Set up and beginning the double planking.
Building A New Mast - Building the new mast for the famous 1935 Sparkman & Stephens yawl STORMY WEATHER. The spar is a hollow box section built of aircraft grade sitka spruce. N. G. Herreshoff - Columbia Lifeboat Tender originally designed for the "J" class sloop COLUMBIA. This one was built as a lifeboat tender for a schooner. She is copper riveted southern cedar over oak with mahogany joinerwork. Her water tight bulkheads fore and aft make her a true life boat.
L. Francis Herreshoff Pram - Built designed as a yacht tender stored on deck. She is of English copper rivet lapstrake construction with southern cedar planking, mahogany transoms and thwarts, and oak back bone. A 9' 4" Cannell Tender
Cutter Laying up the frame
Turning over a 45' double-ended cutter Whitehawk tender

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Wm. Cannell Boatbuilding Co., Inc.
American Boat House
15 Atlantic Avenue, P.O. Box 900
Camden, Maine 04843
Tel: 208-720-3312 or 207-236-2383
Fax: 207-236-2711
Email: wbc@cannellclassicboats.com