Godfrey Stephens' Junk-Rigged Snookwis

…An ancient Nitnat canoe (carved from one cedar tree), which Godfrey rebuilt in the ’70s. It’s sheathed in copper, with an underwater Nautilus window and a tiny stainless steel wood stove; there’s room for two. Tilikum (Godfrey’s daughter) is now the caretaker of the boat and keeps it in Port Townsend, Washington…

One Response to Godfrey Stephens' Junk-Rigged Snookwis

  1. Martin says:

    Used to see this now & then at the Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival a few years back – always wondered who owned/built it.

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