After a two-year build and summer on the water, Roy Morford is selling his beautiful Argie 15.
Designed by Dudley Dix and is built with a hull of marine ply (supplied by West Wind) and lots of walnut and holly. She sails very well according to Roy and would be a good, stable family boat!
Asking $7,500 which includes a new, unused set of oars, a custom made aluminum launch dolly and a new boat cover.
Contact Roy if interested.
Paul Gartside Design – 14 ft Lapstrake Sailing Daysailer
Silva Bay Shipyard School Built
J. Nielsen of West Wind Hardwood Owned and Loved
Western Red Cedar Planking – Traditional clinker planking over bent frames.
Honduras Mahogany Trim
Gunter Jib and Main – Leitch and McBride Sales
Vintage 5.5 HP Johnson Outboard
We have some talented customers! This is someone’s layup of there next project…
Poetic Justice – an innovative idea by Bruce Obee of North Saanich, BC
The dreaded miracle moulding has made a comeback as something useful—a drying rack for oiled fir.
Sailboat by Roy Morford after selling his Acorn 15 he built this next (with meranti ply from us). He’s starting to build a new sailboat, an Argie 15.
This boat is now FOR SALE – Roy is asking $5000, please contact him directly if interested!
Won at a boat in a raffle from Cowichan Maritime Museum last October, this boat has only been in the water once. It’s a beautiful 10 ft Lapstrake Acorn Dinghy with 9 ft Oars. The value placed on the boat by the builder was $8000.00. The owners already store an 18ft Tracker boat and only have a single car garage, so sadly it needs to go.
THIS BOAT HAS BEEN SOLD
- Vessel design by A. Mason, Model Sedan Flybridge
- Built in 1957 by Chivers Boatworks of Victoria, B.C.
- Carvel planked red cedar on oak frames
- 55hp, Chrysler Nissan diesel 4-cyl engine installed new in 1977
Boat purchased on December 31, 1965 out of Canoe Cove by current owner. It was used during summer months out of Qualicum Beach between 1966 and 1982. It has been well maintained and kept dry in boatshed during winter months. Has been in storage in covered boatshed since 1982. Have copies of all three surveys performed since 1965. The last one dated April 1982.
Open to any reasonable offers to the right home! For more information contact Bill Seymour at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 250-474-0548.
Another busy week here after the holidays. Look at these pretty cool milling jobs we completed:
Red Oak Church Pews made into T&G flooring
2.5″ x 12″ x 42″ Black Walnut Treads to Thunder Bay
RED OAK TREADS 3.75″ x 11″ x 38″ to Nanaimo
3″ x 5′ DIAMETER ROUND CEDAR TABLE to Gabriola Island