The Split Crow was successfully launched on May 6th, 2009 at Killbear Marina. It was a bit of a concern however, since we weren’t actually sure if she would float – for all we knew, she could have ended up at the bottom of Georgian Bay! But, with the expert help of Ed and Will (owners of the marina), the boat made it safely into the Bay. Bonus – the engine started too!
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