Bermuda Sloops could be recognized by a long bowsprit
on a relatively short hulled boat. As pond racers they were
popular in the 1930's. A weighted keel, a relatively waterproof
hull and hardware to trim sails and masts. A rudder quadrant
controls steering to some extent.
All wood, walnut finished, brass antique hardware, stained sails, complete with stand and cast-iron original issue keel weight.
Models are shipped with the sails unassembled.
Step-by-step instructions are included. All
rigging, lines and stays have brass hooks attached,
which easily hook into eyelets on mast, boom, sprit or
deck. Assembly takes less than 15 minutes.