Buck is based on the Cape Cod Catboat.

Narrower and rigged either as a Cat Yawl or as a Gaff Sloop.


A Winter Rig was common for working boats. Not only is winter stormy, cold air is denser than warm, summer air. A snug rig gives plenty of power.

There’s also a little wheelhouse that fits over the companionway and bridge deck. From there we can steer under cover. Either under sail or power.



  • LBP:   20′-3/4″
  • LWL: 19′- 5/8″
  • Beam: 8′-6″
  • Draft: 1′-8 1/2″/3′ – 8 1/2″

Sail Area: Cat Yawl (Winter Rig)

  • Main            106 sq. ft.
  • Mizzen 28 sq. ft.
  • Total 134 sq. ft.

Sail Area: Cat Yawl

  • Main            160 sq. ft.
  • Jib 58 sq. ft.
  • Mizzen 28 sq. ft.
  • Total 246 sq. ft.

Sail Area: Noank Sloop

  • Main            196 sq. ft.
  • Jib 75.5 sq. ft.
  • Total 271.5 sq. ft.

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