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Ketch Rigged Motor Sailor

Ketch Rigged Motor Sailor
This ketch-rigged motor sailor is typical of those built in the late 1920's. Artist Lee M. Buchanan did this painting based on boat plans with colors appropriate to the time.

Clipper Bowed Cruising Ketch

Clipper Bowed Cruising Ketch
The Clipper Bowed Cruising Ketch was built in the late 1920's and designed by L. Francis Herreshoff. From an original painting by Lee M. Buchanan, based on boat plans and colors.

Cape Cod Catboat

Cape Cod Catboat
The Sea Hound Cape Cod Catboat was built by the Crosbys of Ostervilloe, Massachusetts. The Sea Hound was built for the owners and had a sheared cockpit platform, making it more of a pleasure boat.

Cruising Racing Sloop

Cruising Racing Sloop
The Cruising Racing Sloop is typical of those built in the 1930's and was designed by Henry J. Gielow. Artist Lee M. Buchanan based his painting on the boat plans and traditional colors.

Maine Sloop

Gaff Cruising Sloop

Gaff Cruising Sloop
The Gaff Cruising Sloop was built by Fenwick E. Williams in 1933 His design increased the interior space near the mast. Lee M. Buchanan's watercolor was based on boat plans and colors of the period.

Nonak Well Smack

Nonak Well Smack
The Noank Well Smack, built as a Gaff sloop in the 1860's by Latham & Palmer, had a wet-well open compartment for fish built into the hull amidships. Artist Lee M. Buchanan used boat plans and colors.

Noank Sloop

Noank Sloop
The Noank Sloop was built in 1898 by Morgan, a boat designer and builder. It is similar in style to the working Catboats of Newport and Cape Cod. Artist Lee M. Buchanan used boat plans and colors.

Diesel Tugboat

Diesel Tugboat
The Diesel Tugboat features classic tugboat style and is a reproduction of a watercolor painting by Lee M. Buchanan.

Diesel Tugboat of 1926

Diesel Tugboat of 1926
This Harbor Tug was a work boat, or day boat, with few accommodations for passengers. From a watercolor by Lee M. Buchanan.



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