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Built1930BuilderBoeing of Canada LTD
Length125 FeetNumber Of Guests10
State Rooms5Crew6


Taconite, a yacht with a long history in the Pacific Northwest, is now available for charter. She was launched in Coal Harbour, Vancouver on June 11, 1930 as a wedding gift from Mr. William E. Boeing, Sr. to his wife Bertha. Built primarily of Burmese teak, she was designed with comfort and seaworthiness in mind. For most of her seventy-four years Taconite served as a home for the Boeings, regularly cruising up the BC coast as far north as Alaska. A unique vacation awaits you as you join Taconite on her return to familiar waters off the spectacular coast of British Columbia and Alaska. Accommodations: Two full width staterooms with king beds & en suite heads Two twin berth staterooms with en suite heads and shared shower One Queen berth stateroom with en suite head

Sports Equipment:

300hp 18' Mahogany Runabout 75hp Outrage Whaler 25hp Boston Whaler Two 2-Man Inflatable Kayaks One 2-Man Inflatable Canoe Water Skis

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  • 4918 North Harbor Drive #102
    San Diego, CA 92106

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