The closest she resembles is a Maytime, but has a aft cabin. Viewed her today. Some pretty extensive rot here and there, so may have to walk away unless the current owner will take a very low ball offer and I can summon the courage to take on the project that she will be. The sails are in excellent shape, engine appears strong, all the rigging is great and the fiberglass hull appears sound, but the teak will have to go along with some extensive repairs within the cabin. Going to have a good long think about it. The vessel has some of the nicest lines I have ever seen.
Currently residing in Squamish, but I move with the seasons... I agree, not reason to rush.
--- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, stu <stuart.weibel@...> wrote:
> Hi, Trevor,
> Welcome to the Monkey House.
> You don't say which particular design you're looking at. Is it the
> Maytime? A double ender cutter?
> I'm no expert, but I would guess that design is solid and seaworthy... and
> yeah, slow. But compared to what?
> She won't be as slow as my Atkins Gary Thomas (Ripple), I'd wager. But why
> rush by and deprive admirers of the pleasure of her great lines and
> estimable heritage?
> I have no experience with the Teak-on-glass decks. Sounds like it could
> be an issue, yeah. Get a boat cover!
> Where abouts in the PNW are you? Hope to see you on the water.
> good luck
> Master and slave to s/v Ripple