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Edey & Duff Stone Horse

Find a copy of Good Old Boat Jan/Feb 2002 which has an outstanding article on the Stonehorse cutter.
As the former owner of hull no.75, I can attest to the virtues of this pretty boat.
Well built,good sailor though a little tender,and without doubt, the prettiest boat in any harbour.
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2009 Edey & Duff Builder's Cup & 40th Anniversary

07-18-09 Aucoot Cove, Mattapoisett, MA

"On Saturday, Edey & Duff featured the Builders Cup Race for boats built by E & D and sailed by those who know Good Boats.The day was foggy to begin ,but by the time the race started at 1300 hours the sun broke through the fog and the the SW wind piped up to make for typical Buzzards Bay sailing conditions.The scene was awesome, Edey & Duff boats,Five Stone Horses,five Beetle Whale Boats rowed by club members from Buzzards Bay Rowing Club and from New Bedford Rowing Club, two 28 foot Shearwaters under yawl rig, a Dough Dish, a Stuart Knockabout and a new cat boat, Hull #1 recently built and launched this day, all sailing about. Also bobbing on moorings were Fatty Knees which seemed to be waiting contently for their passengers to finish the race.

The Stone Horse race was competitive and at times the scene of all these good boats in view was a special sight to behold.The winner ,Hull #3, Young America crossed the finish line only a few seconds before Windfall and the rest of the boats. After all the boats were moored and crews rowed ashore,all were treated to a Boatyard Cookout. Afterwards Dave Davignon gave a talk about the past and future of Edey & Duff. The guest numbered 60 or 70 and all appeared to be having a fun time. All the Edey & Duff workers were present with their families and friends, plus boat lovers and owners from Texas to New Jersey to the New England states. The day was as good as they get for boat lovers." says Bill McBrine, owner of Stone Horse hull # 001.

Photos of the race are available from Spectrum Photo.

A video slide show is viewable on the Cruising World web site.

Race Results are as follows:
Stone Horse
1st.............Bob Sarchetti..............Young America
2nd............Tom Kenney................Windfall
3rd.............Vern Tisdale.................Butterfly
4th.............Dane Rowe..................Pegasus
Great Chase Race
1st............George Moffatt..........Swan Song.........Doughdish
2nd...........Bob Sarchetti............Young America....Stone Horse
3rd............Tom Kenney..............Windfall.............Stone Horse
4th............Scott Davignon.........Grey Ghost.........StuartKnockabout
5th............Vern Tisdale..............Butterfly............Stone Horse
6th............Harry Mote...............Ardea................Shearwater
7th............Dan Rowe................Pegasus.............Stone Horse
Beetle Whale Boats
Buzzards Bay Rowing................Flying Cloud
Buzzards Bay Rowing................Kanaha
Whaling City Rowing.................Skylark
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Stonehorse 23 for sale

Have Stonehorse sailboat for sale! Call 1519-9660750. Boat is on trailer! Windsor Ontario Gerald
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Stone horse 23

How do you find ser# on this boat , might have been removed ,do not know the year , can not find any number at all.
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BoatUS.com: Boat Reviews by Jack Hornor, N.A. - Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 26.2
Nice little write up above.

Very similar to the columbia challenger except that you can get the challenger for 500 to a 1000 normally and it may sail slightly faster as well as all glass and keel does not extend the full length of the boat but almost.
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Maybe the stonehorse would take harsher weather better would be the biggest difference.

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