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2013Model, Bunker & Ellis "Serendipity".
  • Object, Model
  • Recreation, Boating
  • Recreation, Yachting
  • Muzzy - Duane Muzzy
  • 2013
Description:
Model of 1962 Bunker & Ellis lobsteryacht "Serendipity," built by Duane Muzzy in 2013. The actual boat was constructed by Bunker & Ellis of Manset, Maine, and measured 39 feet long and was constructed in 1962 for John Simonds, a summer resident of Northeast Harbor.
2012.XX.XXModel, Controversy 36', "Constellation"
  • Object, Model
  • Vessels, Boat, Sailboat, Yawl
  • Muzzy - Duane Muzzy
  • 2012
Description:
Model of Controversy 36' Constellation built by Duane Muzzy in 2012. A pram, called "Little Dipper" was added to this model by Duane Muzzy as a bit of a whimsy, playing off the name of the boat, but was never on the original boat. The original Constellation was built by Mount Desert Yacht Yard and was owned yard owner, E. Farnham Butler.
[blank]Model, International Class sloop, Auriga
  • Object, Model
  • Recreation, Sailing
  • Vessels, Boat, Sailboat
  • Muzzy - Duane Muzzy
  • 2010
Description:
Scale model of International Class (also called International One Design) sloop AURIGA. Auriga was among the original Internationals to arrive in the Great Harbor, in 1938. Model made by Duane Muzzy in 2010
2012.XX.XXBoat Model, Luders 16 Sturgis R. Haskins
  • Object, Model
  • Vessels, Boat, Sailboat
  • Muzzy - Duane Muzzy
  • 2012
Description:
Luders 16 model in 1:16 scale made by Duane Muzzy, 2012. Boat is named in honor of Sturgis R. Haskins, a longtime board member of the Great Harbor Maritime Museum, who was very involved in the revitalization of the Mount Desert Island fleet of Luders 16 sloops.
2020-WG-PVAMaddy Sue boat model
  • Object, Model
  • Duane Muzzy
  • 2015
Description:
Boat model of Maddy Sue, 2015. Original boat built in 1932 by Chester E. Clement, Southwest Harbor, called Trailaway and built for Francis Spurling. Later sold to Marvin Harris and renamed Maddy Sue.