Custom L Francis 34 2013 69 900,00 $ CAD *

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69 900,00 $ CAD *



Last surveyed May/2018

If ever there was a sailboat that truly shows expert craftsmanship and creative construction...this is it.

There are so many things that makes this vessel stand out from the others but here are just a few:

The Lark is a Ketch rigged sailboat based upon the 1956 WAGONBOX design #99 by L. Francis Herreshoff, built by owner and craftsman Zoltan (Zorro) Szabados commencing in 2006 and launched Oct 2013.  

Length 30.3’ but measuring in total 34 feet from rudder to tip of Anchor, beam 8’, draft 4’5” .   Full keel displacement canoe stern.  

Hull- cedar with cold moulded epoxy inside and outside hull, Honduras mahogany cabin sides Bow post laminated Fir Rudder is a solid laminated plywood with epoxy fibreglass covering and tiller constructed of a single piece of ancient yew wood. Keel 2 layer fir w/6800 lbs Keelson is cold moulded resin Deck beams mahogany 1.25” x 1.5”  

Sails - main,mizzenmast, staysail Jib, Yankee, mizzen staysail and currently set up with roller fuller Genoa added in 2019.  

Yanmar 3 YM20 heat exchanger for fresh cooled diesel, 3 blade prop.

70 L Aluminum fuel tank

2 12v G27RV Batteries 110 shore power

Uniden VHF radio, Saturn compass, am/fm/ tape player with speakers.  

Jabsco Head with holding tank and pump out and mini septic system installed.

180L fresh water tank with pressured water, separate 90L fresh water tank for toilet, and 10L hot water heater.  

2 burner propane primus kimball stove Propane Dickinson Heater and propane sniffer installed.  

196 feet 6mm 766 chain grade 40, 200 feet yacht braid rope. 25LB CQR Anchor.  

Last surveyed May/2018  

Lark Tribute “On November 19, 2013, the much-admired Lark was launched at Pender Harbour, BC. She is the proud accomplishment of master craftsman, Zoro Szabados. After retirement as professional plumber and sheet metal worker, Zoro single-handedly gave shape and form to the strikingly beautiful lines of this Herreshoff-designed, blue-water yacht. It took him ten years. The Lark was Zoro’s third wooden hull yacht and his proudest achievement. Into it he poured the skills, experience and thoroughness acquired over a lifetime of learning to make his hands patiently follow the dictates of his mind. There is nothing cheap about the Lark. It consists of the finest, hand-selected materials, hardware and most up-to-date methods. Every decision was carefully considered and deeply researched. Also, Zoro was a dedicated sailor. He knew what was needed. He understood the enormous strain of wind and waves on wood. The Lark is exceptionally well-built and it has beauty. Being a double-ender, she is like a whale, made for water. Her pleasing appearance always elicits heartfelt compliments. When superb functionality and beauty meet, the result is class, distinction, and joy. To Zoro, having crafted each piece with his own hands, seeing that it works well, each part answering the purpose for which it was made and the whole embodying his total energy, his utmost capability, the Lark was supreme satisfaction and joy.” Nick Loenen, author of Wooden Boat Building, How to Build a Dragon Class Sailboat. Friesen Press, 2012 Last surveyed May/2018 n aspects of wood construction and installation with great care and at- tention to detail throughout. Owner presents as mariner with many years experi- ence both as a sailor and as a shipwright, who’s fas- tidious and contentious abilities shine in his wood- work.”

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
The Lark

LOA: 34 ft 0 in
Beam: 8 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 5 in

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3 YM20
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller

Number of double berths: 1

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet


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