The double-ended hull design or ‘pinked stern’ made this weatherly and sea-worthy schooner a successful Mackerel fisheries design from the 1720’s through 1910. This small Yarmouth, Nova Scotia built schooner had a length overall of 38’. The model demonstrates the original deck arrangement with open side rails, two fish hatches and a forward companionway to the crew’s quarters. It is appropriately rigged with lowered gaffs and a small jib-club hanging off its halyard. Research & Plans: by Charles G. Davis, based on a survey of the hulk by Irving R. Wiles in 1919.