Teak Lady Society Photos

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Kermath Sea Pup
Kermath Sea Pup

Although the Teak Lady sailboats were shipped to San Francisco without engines many of their owners installed small motors to help cross the bay. One of those was the Kermath Sea Pup pictured here. The old one is a recent donation to that Teak Lady Society with a couple pictures of a fully restored Sea Pup.

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Kermath Sea Pup
Kermath Sea Pup
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Kermath Sea Pup
Kermath Sea Pup
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Kermath Sea Pup
Kermath Sea Pup
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Michael and Kat
Michael and Kat

This is Michael and Kat at Deer Harbor Boat works, showing us another Teak Lady project. She's not in bad shape for an abandoned boat. Name and number unknown.

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Unknown Teak Lady, Michael and Kat's restoration project
Unknown Teak Lady, Michael and Kat's restoration project

Michael and Kat's restoration project. At Deer Harbor Boat works, showing us their Teak Lady project.

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Michael and Kat's restoration project
Michael and Kat's restoration project

Michael and Kat's restoration project. At Deer Harbor Boat works, showing us their Teak Lady project.

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Michael and Kat's restoration project
Michael and Kat's restoration project

Michael and Kat's restoration project. At Deer Harbor Boat works, showing us their Teak Lady project.

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Michael and Kat's restoration project
Michael and Kat's restoration project

Michael and Kat's restoration project. At Deer Harbor Boat works, showing us their Teak Lady project.

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