Does anyone know anything about a wooden boat design called a Baby Bluenose (not to be confused with Bluenose II up in Halifax,NS)? I am trying to get specifications on the vessel. One sailed into a friend's harbor in Florida and the owner signed the boat over to a single mother of three who offered to give him (Denny Hill) a ride to the airport. My friend wants to help the lady sell the boat, but it would be helpful if he had some information on the boat's design. The vessel is very salty in appearance . . . wood construction . . . wooden mast and boom . . . appears to be a cutter rig . . . about 7.3 meters in length not including the 5' spar on the bow. The external hull appears to be wrapped in resin since there is no appearance of lapstrake construction (like you would see on a wooden kayak). The owner (Mr. Hill) built the boat and sailed/lived aboard for the past 10 years. Any insights or help that anyone might share on this vessel's lineage will be most appreciated. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and I can forward jpegs if it would be of any benefit.