Kent Island Tuck Stern

 The tuck stern workboat was believed to have originated in Shadyside MD. It was designed to move faster in the water   using a smaller engine. The stern shape is close to that of a sail boat, which has less drag. This design caught on over here   on the Eastern shores of the Chesapeake Bay, and the Kent Island version was popular in the 1960's. This model represents   a boat built by the late Sonny Nash on Kent Island, MD.

 Kit Contains:
 Basswod & Cedar
 Mounting Base
 Plans & Instructions

 24in Long
 7in Wide
 Model done in 3/4in scale

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