Looking for a traditional North Carolina fishing boat? This is it. These boats were used extensively from the 1880s to the 1950s for oystering, crabbing, fishing and cargo transport. Originally under sail and later with gas engines.
Fannie Salter started her adventures in 2015 at Spruce Island, Maine and New Hampshire’s Lake Sunapee. She then migrated South with her owner and now sails the rivers, sounds and outer banks of North Carolina where she won best of sail 2018 and 2019 at the wooden boat show in Beaufort, NC.
Fannie is looking for a home that will be able to keep up with her adventurous spirit.
She is happy sailing or leave the sail rig at home for a day fishing or crabbing. She is a great cast netting platform..
Here are the details:
2015 Cedar Keys Sharpie based on Reuel Parker design
Traditionally built cat ketch rig
LOA: 23 ½ ft
Beam: 6 ½ ft
Min. draft 13”
Hull: white pine on white oak
Total Sail area: 172 sq ft
Two pair 10 ½ ft oars
Sunbrella cockpit cover
Sunforger cockpit camping tent
Honda 5hp long shaft outboard
Dual axle steel trailer with highway radials and hinged tongue.
Asking $7500 or best offer
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Don Dill (603)-369-9877, firstname.lastname@example.org