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For Sale:  Harry Cates-built Florida design Classic Moth Boat, Nr 2496.  Wood hull, wood blades and boom; aluminum mast.  Located in Wilmot, New Hampshire.  Asking $1200.00.  Contact Bill Herrick <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>

 

OR SALE

John Shelley design Moth built by W. McCutcheon Boatbuilder, Wooten, Isle of Wight, England. Approximate year built- late 60’s.

Wood hull, wood blades and aluminum mast and boom. Sail in good shape. Located on Edisto Island, south Carolina. Price: $900.

Contact Woody Kapp, wkapp@meyerkappassociates.com or 843-696-9700.

 

For Sale: 

My Ventnor Moth "Tweety" HAS FOUND A HOME

 

She was built in Ventnor, NJ in the late 1940’s, was discovered in a North Carolina barn in the 1990’s and restored by Erky 
Gregory.  “Tweety” needed a home after Erky’s passing so I bought her, did some minor work and sailed 
her at several Moth regattas.  “Tweety” placed second behind Gary Gowan’s hotrod “Tennis Bracelet” in 
the Vintage Division of the 2019 Nationals.

This boat has a beautiful mahogany rudder with the original wishbone tiller, the floorboards are made of 
some kind of fir or spruce and have a creamy golden glow.  There is a wooden mast, boom and two sets 
of sails and she is legal for racing in the Vintage Class.