Swallow's Nest

This magnificent boathouse, still standing today, recalls a long passed era of gracious living. Built to house the private steam-powered yacht Swallow, it includes three story high doors to accommodate its occupant's masts. The 75' vessel's exquisite lines incorporate a fantail stern deck with wicker furniture, a curved front pilothouse, and culminate in a schooner-type bowsprit. This hints at her seagoing origin along the New England coast where she was built at Four Rivers in 1890. Joining in this snapshot of life on Lake Winnipesaukee in the 1920's is a sleek and graceful 1908 locally-built laker and the 'Model A" of family boating, a 22' Chris Craft Cadet.

18" x 24" • $45.00