Toledo, Oregon is the navel of the Teak Lady universe; headquarters of the Teak Ladies Society, and home to the very first Teak Lady built, Yuan Mun; #11, Che Hon; and the last Teak Lady built, #21, MaZu (nee Mai Ling).
The 17’3″ Teak Lady was designed by Fenton Kilkenny of San Francisco in the mid-1930s. The design was sent to his uncle, Ted Kilkenny, who worked for Ah King Shipbuilders in Hong Kong. The boat resembled the 23-foot San Francisco Bay Bear Boat, but 6 feet shorter and proportionately heavier, with a deeper full keel and a taller rig.
The Teak Ladies in Toledo are owned by the Port of Toledo and maintained by the Retired Old Guys Sailing Club and other volunteers.
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