Fishing & Racing Schooner Bluenose

About this Boat


  • L.O.A.: 160’9″
  • Beam: 26’3″
  • Draft: 16’5″
  • Displacement 258 ton

Bluenose was designed by William Roué and built for fishing and racing in 1921 by Smith and Rhuland in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Bluenose dominated the International Fisherman’s Trophy Cup and retired undefeated after 18 years.  The vessel was lost in 1946 on a Haitian reef. In 1955, both Bluenose and Captain J. Angus Walters were inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame for their achievements.

For more information:


Wikipedia-Bluenose

History of the Bluenose

Available Models

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BL-18-C-1

  • Model length: 18″
  • Board length: 21″
  • Model material: Laminated basswood with mahogany waterline and gloss finish
  • Board: Mahogany with matte finish
  • Price:$375.00(includes shipping in US)
  • Please contact us for availability.

BL-18-C-2

  • Model length: 18″
  • Board length: 21″
  • Model material: Laminated walnut/basswood/Spanish cedar with gloss finish
  • Board: Maple with matte finish
  • Price:$375.00(includes shipping in US)
  • Please contact us for availability.