Description: Skipjack sailboats first appeared on the Chesapeake in the late 1800’s. Most Skipjacks are 40’ to 55’ in length and well-suited for oyster harvesting. At one time, there were hundreds of these vessels on the Bay. A decline in oyster harvests has resulted in a very limited number of these boats remaining today. The Skipjack was officially designated "Maryland State Boat" in 1985. Our half hull Skipjack shows the lines of the historic Skipjack Rosie Parks. Cast polyresin, hand painted and mounted on a mahogany-stained hardwood display board, she is a great nautical display piece. Please note - last photo shows all three of our small half hulls, including the Skipjack (other two are available elsewhere on our website).
Dimensions: Boat is 4.25” long. Display board is 5” long X 2.25” high.
Part Number: HHSK-S