|Owners: ||Perry Munson and Marilynn Fairfax|
|LOA: ||27' 0''|
|LOD: ||23' 0''|
|Beam: ||7' 0''|
|Draft: ||3' 6''|
|Sail Area: ||300 sq ft|
|Power: ||Westerbeke 7 hp. Diesel|
|Make: ||Stone Horse|
|Rig: ||Cutter Rigged Sloop|
|Designed by: ||Samuel Crocker|
|Built by: ||John Burgess Landing School|
Kennebunkport, ME Circa 1934
|Construction: ||Atlantic white cedar planking, on White Oak Frames.|
Mahogany and Teak trim and shearstrakes.
|Electronics: ||GPS, Raytheon 2000 autopilot, depth, VHF, stereo.|
|Other Info.: ||
Brought boat to MI from Salem, MA in 1991.|
Minor restoration and repair and removed all of galley and replaced it with seating and storage lockers.
Rebuilt cockpit in 2002 after fire and recovered deck in 2005.
Perry Munson is a school teacher and professional boatbuilder. He built his first boat in 1982 and ran a Chris Craft restoration shop in Denver from 1985 to 1989. He also worked independently on the waterfront in Seattle from 1989 to 1991.
Marilynn Fairfax is a pathologist at Detroit Medical Center and lifelong sailor who, at age 15, competetively raced a Bluejay and taught sailing at the local yacht club in Pelham, NY.