‘Nettie’ is a 24’ gaff rigged cutter designed by Fenwick Williams. She is a sister ship of the famous ‘Annie’. She was built in 1997 by owner Paul McKinney and French and Webb of Belfast, ME. She is carvel planked with cedar over white oak frames. Her decks are Dynel covered fiberglassed marine ply, spars are spruce and cap rails are mahogany. Her 405 sq ft sails (main, staysail, jib) are in excellent condition, made by Gambell & Hunter of Oceanus cloth. She is powered by 16hp Yanmar 2gm20f diesel. She has 2 sleeping berths amidship, a head forward, a chart plotter, VHF, and a depth finder. She has a folding table between berths, excellent storage, 6 electric lights, a gimballed oil lamp, brass water pump, and mahogany companion doors with summer screens. She has a 6’ bowsprit, displaces 5 tons and feels like a 30 footer. She is in extremely good condition with a recent 2023 survey available for review. Always stored indoors, first in the water and last out. Currently located at White’s Marina in New Hamburg, NY. Her longtime owner was forced to sell due to health reasons, and she was donated to the Wooden Boat School at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. Her sale will benefit the youth boat building programs.
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