Herman Lund Boatworks of Erie, PA
Charles D. Mower
United States of America
14.25 mtr. (46' 9")
3.88 mtr. (12" 9")
1.40 / 2.45 mtr. (4' 7" up / 8' down)
US Marine Power Corp.
181-F (!40 Hp)
4 x AGM
New shore cord
New shore cord socket with dedicated breaker
All new systems breaker panels
Polished fuel tank
New barrier coat
2 Coats of bottom paint
Chantey is a 1927 auxiliary ketch built by Herman Lund of Erie, PA. The hull is Carvel planked mahogany, however, in 2003 her previous owner had the hull, deck, and cabintop covered in fiberglass. The boat spent most of its early life cruising and racing extensively all over the great lakes. We have a stack of regatta flags from the 20’s up till WWII. The boat comes with a couple full sets of sails. The boat spent most of this summer cruising Fishers Island sound and beyond and in preparation for that we put a lot of work into her to insure safety and reliability including-
The boat is currently being stored at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic Connecticut as a part of our Yachts on Exhibit program, proceeds of the sale will go towards museum operations. More/specific photos are available upon request and feel free to ask any questions.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith
but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this
information nor warrant the condition of the vessel.
A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors,
to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change,
or withdrawal without notice.
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