Sailing Canoe for Sale

Malcolm Soderston

Sailing Canoe
As I'm 82 and widowed, an 18ft sailing canoe is more than I can handle.
Any advise on how I can sell for the best price and to someone who will appreciate it.

Old Town 1929 -- 18ft Sponson Sailing Canoe
Canoe Number--100431
Old town order number-- 5584
Built--January 1929 to June 10,1929
Shipped --June 15,1929
Shipped To--Bither & Finger
Canaan, New York

Includes ( All Original 1929)
Mast and booms for Lateen sail (sail cloth not included)
Leeboards (function as a centerboard )
All harware for above items
Other items
3 Paddles (one not 1929 )
1 set of Oars
Brass Oarlocks
Rowing seat with foot brace

You could join the WCHA and would then be entitled to post your canoe for sale on this website in the "member classifieds" section and would be entitled to a free classified in the Wooden Canoe Journal. If you don't wish to join, you could contact the editor of the Wooden Canoe Journal and put in a paid add. The Journal is likely one of the very best places to find an interested buyer.

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