Legends Video Summary
GRAYLING is an impeccably maintained 65’ power vessel that began life as a purse-seiner in 1915, later worked as a sardine carrier, and was converted to a yacht in 1997. She was built in 1915 in East Boothbay, Maine, and worked for more than six decades before falling idle in the early 1980s. Her history and restoration are detailed in this video, with stunning archival photographs of her working life provided by Penobscot Marine Museum, and recent video footage shot by Alison Langley—who edited this presentation. This video is open for public viewing. If you’d like to see more videos like this, click here to join Mastering Skills.
You may also read Maynard Bray’s article, “Aboard: GRAYLING” in the May/June issue of WoodenBoat (WB No. 292). Learn more and subscribe to the magazine here: www.woodenboat.com