When Ed Monk, Sr. and George McQueen collaborated on the design and build of the the Monk McQueen Coho, their unique talents combined to create an exceptional Northwest Trawler.. There are many great examples of Monk designs and McQueen builds, but none finer than this 1966 Monk McQueen Coho Pilothouse. Her beautifully faired hull is carvel planked out of Alaskan Yellow and Western Red Cedar over White Oak Frames. Down below, she is roomy and dry, featuring 2 cabins 2 heads and numerous features not typically found on modern boats.
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