"The Sakonnet 23 is a great boat. I love to go fast. I love a beautiful boat. I admire Joel White’s beautiful designs and professional quality drawings. A bonus is that a boat of under two feet draft that weighs only a ton can be trailered to those saltwater bays and those shallow Maine lakes..." Art Paine for Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors
Cafe de Prins is a beautiful example of the Marshall Marine built Sakonnet 23. With her bright work renewed in 2019 and used as a daysailer during the short Canadian Maritime season, she presents beautifully and is ready to sail this season.
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"Formerly built by Edey & Duff out of Mattapoisett, Marshall Marine acquired the molds and building rights to the Sakonnet 23 in 2010. This is a classic Joel White designed daysailer, with a shoal draft similar to our catboats. Her unique double ended design and graceful shear will surely be the envy of any harbor. She sails effortlessly in virtually any breeze, barely leaving a wake. There are over 100 Sakonnets spread out across the United States, being enjoyed for family daysailing, singlehanding and racing." - Marshall Marine Website
Hull, with integral centerboard trunk, deck and cockpit liner are one piece molded fiberglass. Hull and deck are reinforced with closed cell foam.
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