Bermuda Sloop Model Boat with Antique Finish
Bermuda Sloops could be recognized by a long bowsprit on a relatively short hulled boat. As pond racers they were popular in the 1930's. A weighted keel, a relatively waterproof hull and hardware to trim sails and masts. A rudder quadrant controls steering to some extent. All wood, walnut finished, brass antique hardware, stained sails, complete with stand and cast-iron original issue keel weight. L: 39", H: 34.75".