Here's a link to a myriad of photo's of a lifelong dream. Since my retirement in 1999 I have suffered a number of health problems, such as a heart attack, the big C, and debilitating arthritis in the lower spine causing me severe mobility problems. Through it all, I have desperately attempted to complete a project I started many years ago. I'm pleased to report I've succeeded.
Google this link ... https://plus.google.com/ and then search for "MACUSHLA" by Corveric ... enjoy.
The boat was professionally surveyed for insurance purposes and valued at $185K replacement cost. It is a Passage 24 ... inspired by Tom Gillmer's "Blue Moon". It is 24'-6" lod plus a Bowsprit & a Boom-kin which gives her a 30' loa. She is Cutter rigged for ease of sail handling by older crew. She has a 30' stick on her w/11' boom. All running rigging blocks are Lewmar as are the winches. She'll make an excellent coastal cruiser. Here's the link: https://plus.google.com/