This boat has been my baby for over 15 years now, but I just can't get her refurbishment project done. In 2016 I pulled the masts down and moved her into a boathouse, so she's dry and protected from the elements. The mast has a spot of rot right at the masthead, but it should be an easy repair because it's all above the masthead loops. I've begun stripping the decks back - they had paint on them but I always preferred the look of them unpainted. I have removed the varnished fittings to refinish them. Deck and masts are fir, planks are yellow cedar, ribs are oak.
Sea Lark has competed in the Captain Reynaud International Schooner Race several times and done well, but she's really a classic cruising yacht rather than a racer. She's traditionally rigged with a gaff foresail and a bermuda main. She has a reliable Yanmar 3GM30F diesel. Please see the website below for all the details!
(the astute will notice an American flag in the pictures below. She is a USCG documented vessel, but is also legally imported into Canada and has a BC pleasure craft license.)
I still love this boat and will need to find the right next owner for her.
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