Commissioned by Dorothy C Rogers, the original price in 1929 was $1,100.

Featured in a ‘Wooden Boat’ article on maintenance in the early 80’s.

Bill Detert acquired her from Mr Beetle through Dion’s Boatyard in Kittery and owned her for about 15-18 years.   He sailed her to Newcastle, ME and eventually sold her for use on the Hudson.

Owned from 1995 – 2013 by Ugo Baravalle of Torino, Italy.

A Milanese Lawyer bought her  in 2013.   He had her restored by the Sanremo based shipbuilder, Rik Warner.   Soon to be reverted to her original name of Whitecap.


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