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1939 Kunston 26

Francestown, New Hampshire, United States
$18,750 USD

Beautiful classic wooden/glass sailboat on Lake Winnipesaukee, NH.

The Miriam Elizabeth has been featured in Sailing magazines about her re-birth and custom finish. It was built in C1939, the second owner had two shipwrights rebuild it over a two-period by sealing the hull in five layers of fiberglass and customer making all of the brightwork Honduras mahogany.

She is a forgiving boat for how well she sails and handles in all weather. She has been clocked at 6.7 knots and is extremely stable in 25k winds. The ease of sailing comes from not having to leave the cockpit because she is fitted with a roller furling.

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