The Sea Spray is the largest of the line of boats made by the JACRIM Company under the Seaworthy label. Carved from solid redwood and hollowed out for fast sailing, this hull carries a tall mast and Marconi sail. The deep keel and heavy lead weight ensured speed in a good wind. Made in the late1920s, this hull lost all of the original paint, some decals, spars and sails. The hull paint has been completely restored in original colors and a gold cove stripe and reproduction decal added to the topsides. On the deck, a weather Seaworthy decal remains. The rudder is also a reproduction. The sails are made of natural cotton muslin with reinforced corners and battens. With a display height of 60” ( 5 feet), this boat is dramatic in a large area.
Seaworthy Sea Spray, Model 166, 36" Pond Boat, Item 2021-11
The Sea Spray’s hull is 35 ½” long and 7 ½” wide with a deck to keel base. The mast is 46” off the deck and made in two pieces with a brass coupler and a brass spreader. The boom is 21 ½” long and the overall height of the boat, including stand is 60”. The keel is very heavy and the hull weighs about 20 pounds.
Note: This boat hull is at least 100 years old. Because of its age, I do not recommend placing it in the water for any length of time. I cannot accept returns for damage to hull or sails from water. Display out of direct sun. Damage from water and sun is the reason that these old boats to do not have original sails.