Boat Pages

  • Fleet: Canadian

    The motor vessel Alondra was buiilt in 1940 but was not launched until the following year, 1941. This delay was the result of the Second World War, which caused certain items to be rationed and slowed the final completion of the boat.

    She was designed and constructed by David E. "Ted" Cook and his son Edward, who was my father. Ted Cook was a master shipwright who spent the second quarter of the 20th century in various shipyards in the Vancouver Coal Harbour area

    Boat Name: Alondra
    Builder: David Edward
    Length: 36'
    Year: 1941
    Owner: David & Patricia Cook
    Alondra-Alondra [Rick Etsell photo]