Historical and Wooden Boats
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HollyBough

The HollyBough, seen here on her maiden voyage, was launched on Loch Morgan in April 2003. Ed Frey, Ship's Carpenter, instructed Harvey II in the construction of this boat.

Length 12 ft
Beam 4 ft
Two thwarts, two rowing stations

More photos of HollyBough

Laura Dodd, bow; Harvey II, rowing; Holly Harvey waves farewell. Photo courtesy Bonnie Von Braun.

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 The Cutter

The Cutter is the newest member of the Siren's "fleet." She was salvaged by Tony Smithers and restored from a rotting hull to her current and lovely state. Launched on Loch Morgan in July 2003.

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 The Jolly Boat

The Jolly Boat is a pulling boat and the first and foremost member of the fleet. The bow is outfitted for a small howitzer and two swivel guns on her quarters. Built by Ed Frey, Ship's Carpenter.

Length 12 ft
Beam 4 ft
Two thwarts, two rowing station

More photos of The Jolly Boat

Harvey II and John Jaques apply "boat goo" (waterproofing) to the Jolly Boat at Willits Celtic Faire in 2001 while a Faire-goer looks on. A gaff-rigged sail belonging to another boat can be seen behind the Jolly Boat .

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