Practice shell also known as a wherry, for competitive rowing boat built by Geo. Pocock, 1930
George Pocock apprenticed with his father, head boat builder at Eton on the River Thames, in England. He was enticed to Seattle by the first crew coach at the University of Washington where he set up a shop building boats. This practice shell is made of red Western Cedar..
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