A classic cutter-rigged pocket cruiser, can take you safely far afield.
New Hull Paint
Fresh Varnished Wood all Around
Sam Crocker designed the Stone Horse 23 in 1931 in the tradition of the small working vessels that evolved along the New England coast during the days of sail. In 1968, Edey & Duff adapted it to fiberglass but retained both the performance and beauty of the original.
Technically a sloop with two headsails, the Stone Horse, with its large mainsail, moves in the merest whisper of a breeze while the long keel holds it on course and facilitates self-steering. The boat is safe, kicky, and a sheer delight even in high-wind conditions that leave other boats at their moorings. The 8-foot cockpit welcomes guests and stays dry.
The mahogany-trimmed cabin has sitting headroom and enough space for an afternoon nap, or even for several days of cruising. Accommodations include two molded "easy chairs," a roomy V-berth, a portapotty, an icebox, a butane stove, a sink, and a wood-burning stove with a Charlie Noble.
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