AWARDS.....


CLASSIC YACHT CLUB OF AMERICA


1981-----FIRST PLACE, CLASS 3

1981-----BEST IN FLEET

1982-----BEST IN FLEET

1983-----VOYGERAWARD

1983-----BEST IN FLEET

1983-----PERFECT SCORE

1987-----FIRST PLACE, CLASS 3

1987-----BEST IN FLEET

1990-----FIRST PLACE, CLASS 3

1990-----BEST IN FLEET

1990----- PERFECT SCORE

1996 -----FIRST PLASS, CLASS 3

1996-----BEST IN DIVISION 1

2003-----BEST IN DIVISION 1

2003-----FIRST PLACE, CLASS 3

2003-----JUDGES CHOICE

2003-----MEMBERS CHOICE

2003-----BEST IN FLEET

2011-----BEST IN CLASS, WOOD, 40' AND OVER

2011-----BEST IN FLEET


TOMS RIVER SEAPORT SOCIETY WOODEN BOAT FESTIVAL COMPETITION


1997-----FIRST PLACE IN CLASS

1997-----BEST IN SHOW


ANTIQUE CLASSIC BOAT SOCIETY COMPETITION, ST.MICHAELS, MD.


2003-----HERBERT L. ZOIN MEMORIAL CRAFTMANSHIP AWARD

2003-----BEST CRUISER

2007-----BEST AMATEUR RESTORATION AWARD


 **RETIRED FROM COMPETITION IN 2011**



MAGAZINE ARTIClES......


1991-----January, ANNAPOLITAN MAGAZINE

1997----July, CHESAPEAKE BAY MAGAZINE, "BEST IN THE BAY"

                      


ACCORDING TO MR.CHARLES WILEY, MASTER MARINE SURVEYOR, "THE SUBJECT VESSEL IS IN REMARKABLY GOOD CONDITION ESPECIALLY CONSIDERING HER AGE." ..."THE PRESENT OWNER HAD THE BOAT PROFESSIONALLY REBUILT BY CUTTS AND CASE BOAT YARD IN OXFORD, MARYLAND IN 1996. THIS WAS A VERY EXPENSIVE REPAIR AND REBUILD BUT THE EVIDENCE OF QUALITY IS STILL VISIBLE TODAY. THE SUBJECT VESSEL REPRESENTS ONE OF THE NICEST VINTAGE YACHTS THAT I HAVE SURVEYED."


WIDGEON IS IN REALITY A ONE OF A KIND YACHT AND IS IRREPLACEABLE IN VALUE. SHE HAS BEEN METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED OVER THE PAST 40 YEARS BY THE SAME OWNER. DUE TO FAILING HEALTH OF THE PRESENT OWNER, WIDGEON IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SALE.


PRICE-----$249,000.


CONTACT-----JOSEPH MURRAY

                         443-939-5218

                         jmurray@deckandhome.com




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