History of CROD


History of Aeolus

History of Terry, later Mamook

Astoria, OR

Astoria Marine Const. Co.

The ERRIA Fire, 1951

Columbia River Maritime Museum

The Dyer Legacy

Gallery 1 Aeolus

Gallery 2 Aeolus

Gallery 3 Old CRODs

Gallery 4 Phantom

Gallery 5 Merrimac

Gallery 6 Mine Sweepers

Crods Cruise to Bonneville

My Little Austin Seven


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     Drawings and Specifications

These are photos of original drawings currently on file at the Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria, OR.

Below is a sail plan for CROD Hull #3


1934 28 Columbia River One Design Wooden Sailboat 
40' Spruce Mast 
Universal Utility 4 cylinder gas engine 
Stainless steel fuel tank 
Cast Iron Keel 
Swing Centerboard 
2 12v Batteries w/switch 
New (2001) Dacron Mainsail 
New (2001) Dacron Jib 
New (2002) Mainsail cover 
Shore Power plug-in and wiring for 100v AC 
Three bunks (2 in V-berth forward with cushions) 
Built in Head 
Depth/Fish Finder 
Diesel stove w/stainless steel surround 
Stainless steel sink and drainboard 
Anchor with chain locker 

Fir planking on sawed Oak frames 
Stainless steel screws 
House and decks covered with Dynel cloth and araball 
Exterior and interior trim: Greenheart, Purpleheart and Mahogany 
All Greenheart guards 
Self bailing cockpit

Displacement:  7000 lbs.