This 100’ Two-Masted Sailing Vessel was built in 1967 as the last timber-framed Canadian-built fishing vessel. She was lovingly restored to be a gaff topsail schooner by a prominent shipyard and a cabinet and furniture maker.
She is a fine traditional sailing vessel and is very popular at public events and for film work. She could also be put to work in sail training or day charter work. Her exterior mirrors the days of wooden schooners working under sail. She makes an excellent impression both under sail and at the dock.