At Left: Zebedee has a hull that has been made to simulate wooden planking. Difficult to see in such a small photograph, the final effect turned out to be very successful and adds considerably to the boat's appearance.
At Right: The inlaid mahogany and ash decking dresses up the boat to reinforce the wooden boat look. Augmented by solid brass and bronze hardware a pleasing look has been achieved
Below: Capt. John Nesset and daughter Lydia pose while dressed in full tourist appealing garments.
At Right: Port Townsend, Washington is her homeport. Here she steams past the century old town hall.
Above: Zebedee leaves port along side the harbor breakwater. Her sea worthy hull provides comfort and safety in the open water where she cruises.