CASSIOPEIA is a newly built two station rowing wherry. She rows wonderfully and has the classic wherry shape. She has just been finished to a very high standard by long-time small boat builder Robert Matey. She is constructed for ease of maintenance and durability using glued okume ply lapstrake with ash structural pieces and mahogany trim. Two sets of Shaw & Tenney hardwood-tipped spoon blade oars are included.
Offered at $7,200.
CASSIOPEIA is currently located in Corea, Maine.
Designer: Walter Simmons
Builder: Robert I. Matey
LOA: 14' 5"
Beam: 4' 8"
Displacement: approx. 140 lbs.
Planking: West System glued lapstrake Shelmarine okoume plywood
Sheer plank: Mahogony
Breast hook: Mahogony
Stem: Laminated ash
Transom knee and thwart knees: Laminated ash
Interprime Sealer, Pre-Kote Primer, Z-Spar 101 semi-gloss white
System Three Clear Coat, Z-Spar 101 semi-gloss white
Interprime Sealer, Pre-Kote Primer, Easypoxy sandtone
Anti skid brown
Seats, knees, breasthook, inwales:
Interprime Sealer, SparUrethane gloss
Fasteners: Bronze, stainless steel
Oarlocks, bow eye: Bronze
Bow and keel rub strips: Brass
For additional information on CASSIOPEIA or other small rowing or sail boats, please contact Justin McAnaney directly at 207-593-6767 or firstname.lastname@example.org.