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Mycia, Sailing Excursions

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MyciaThe Mycia is a hand-made, wooden, gaff-rigged, American sailing-fishing schooner, approximately 73 feet from bowsprit to stern with a 16 foot beam and 9.5 foot draft.

Built entirely by hand in the Pacific Northwest, the Mycia was designed and lofted in Port Townsend, Washington, by Jim Franken and Robert Prothero at the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building in 1981. Assembly began in the Maher Family’s backyard after ten years of stockpiling materials.