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The Schooner Margaret Todd replaces her predecessor the Natalie Todd, which sailed from Bar Harbor for so many years. This unique 151’ four-masted schooner was conceived and designed by her owner, Captain Steven Pagels. Named after Capt. Pagels’ grandmother, the Margaret Todd was built over a two year period by the Schreiber Boatyard in St. Augustine, Florida, and was launched on April 11, 1998.
topmasts, gaffs and booms are made of native Maine spruce by Elk Spars of Bar Harbor. Almost all the woodwork was custom made in Southwest Harbor, Maine. Her windlass, which is used to hoist the anchor, comes from a Delaware Bay oyster schooner, and the standing rigging was made by the Hamilton Seine Loft. The four masted schooner rig, steel hull construction, and double centerboard design make the Margaret Todd unique on the east coast.

The Margaret Todd carries nine sails on her four masts. The large sails are called, from front to back, the foresail, mainsail, mizzensail, and spankersail. (These sails are named after the mast which carries it). The five smaller sails are the jib topsail, inner and outer jibs, staysail and the spanker topsail. In the spring of 2003, Captain Ed Zimmerman rigged up ratlines for the Margaret Todd. These rigging ladders enable the crew to climb aloft without using a Bosun’s chair.

Technical Information for the Margaret Todd:

Length overall — 151’ Hull length — 121’
Beam — 23’ Displacement — 150 tons
Draft with centerboards up — 5’9"
Draft with centerboards down — 12’
Sail area — 4,800 square feet
Information taken from Windjammer cruises

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Comments

  • WayoftheWarrior
    WayoftheWarriorover 5 years ago

    Awesome

  • Thanks so much Tony:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisover 5 years ago

    So beautiful, great capture, Kate!

  • Thanks for the lovely comments Barbara:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Daidalos
    Daidalosover 5 years ago

    Fabulous work Kate!

  • Many thanks Alex, appreciated:))

    – Kate Adams

  • RajeevKashyap
    RajeevKashyapover 5 years ago

    Fantastic work

  • Thank you very much Rajeev:))

    – Kate Adams

  • lefty1
    lefty1over 5 years ago

    wow, very impressive capture, super work Kate!

  • Thank you for the great comments John:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Mystic Raven 9
    Mystic Raven 9over 5 years ago

    OH WOW!!!! This is truly spectacular Kate!!! Breathtaking capture friend!!!
    I want to go for a sail!!! :)) xoxoxoxox

  • Thank you so much Shelly, I am honored with the fave – I love sailing too:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottover 5 years ago

    wow, red sails in the sunset, super image Kate

  • Now you have me singing Robert, thank you and for the fave so pleased you liked it:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersover 5 years ago

    This is beautiufl, Kate. I love the red sails. xo

  • Thank you so much Lori, the colour of the sails really grabbed my attention, she looked so graceful, thank you also for the fave so pleased you like it:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Brandie1
    Brandie1over 5 years ago

    Splendid work..

  • Thank you for the lovely comments and fave, I am honoured:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Jael
    Jaelover 5 years ago

    What a masterpiece for any wall! Just gorgeous, and all of the description really makes it come to life! Fantastic work!! :)

  • Thank you so much for the lovely comments:))

    – Kate Adams

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