S/V Carlyn

This is the S/V CARLYN docked at Shilshole Bay Marina in Seattle. I am working on this boat for the spring of 2019 as Mate/Nautical Educator for Salish Sea Expeditions, a boat-based, scientific inquiry forum for youths.


Displacement: 42,000lbs
Construction: Wood-strip plank with epoxy overlay; built 1995 by Scarano Boat Building; Albany, NY
Length Overall (LOA): 62ft
Length at Waterline (LWL): 52ft
Sail Area: 1,450 sq ft.
Auxiliary Engine: 75 horsepower Westerbeke diesel
Crew: 6 persons
Area of Operation: Salish Sea
Rig: Yawl

Gross Ton 28 Ton
Net Ton 25 Ton
Length 61 ft.
Breadth 14 ft
Depth 6.8 ft


6 Comments on “S/V CARLYN

  1. How is it going, when do you start? Are you still working at the store?  big mast, long boat,  looks unweildly, not a one person gig, and made in Albany, cool. Tay safe

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    • We started with 5th graders this week locally. I will be on the boat from tomorrow night through Sunday night. There is a 6 person crew. I thought you would get a kick out of Albany.


  2. Josh, Is this larger than the one you crewed on in the race ?    It’s cool that it was made in Albany .   Was it trucked or sailed to Seattle ?   Are you excited to be working on a larger vessel ?   Wishing you good sailing on this new adventure . Dad


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