Shot from Hermit Island on the eastern shore of Casco Bay, this series reflects the surrounding land and waters of coastal Maine, and the beauty of small boat racing strategy and seamanship skills.
The Small Point-One Design is a 19 1/2 ft Knockabout with an integral keel and keel-mounted rudder. The design originated over 70 years ago; a total of 35 craft have been built in this style by eight different builders, with the most recent completed in 2004. All but one still exist, though not all are seaworthy; many of the older boats have been repaired and modified over the years.*
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