"Along the Waterfront" piece about boatbuilder David Nutt of Southport Island, w
"Along the Waterfront" piece about boatbuilder David Nutt of Southport Island, who has come up with a traditional Maine lobsterboat built with modern wood-epoxy techniques and finished off as a handsome recreational runabout--an open lobster yacht. Nutt launched his first such boat, "Waade Point" last July, just in time to show her stuff at the WoodenBoat Show in Southwest Harbor. The "Waade Point" was build for a South Bristol Maine. In profile she looks like a working lobsterboat, but she has been given the added look of an elegant runabout with her varnished Honduras mahogany rails, coaming, seats, and engine box and teak sole. The boat's 210 Cummins will deliver 22 knots.
Boatbuilding, Nutt, David
Brown, James P., ""Along the Waterfront" piece about boatbuilder David Nutt of Southport Island, w" (1995). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2167.
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