FOR SALE: USA 102 Jalina.

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Fiberglass Nordic Folkboat built by Svendsen’s Boatworks in 1976.

Well-maintained and fully rigged for racing including a new aluminum mast, boom, and rigging. New tiller. Hauled July 2017.

Nissan 4-stroke 3.5 hp outboard with less than 20 hours.

Jalina has been very competitive when sailed by various European visiting crews in the biennial SF Bay International Regatta.  “Beautiful and surprisingly fast.”

We want to find a new owner who will keep the boat actively racing on SF Bay.

Contact David or Evie

(510) 215-0542



For Sale: Folkboat US 109



Folkboat 109 Details:

USA 109, Elsie, is for sale. Elsie is a 1985 Svendsen built fiberglass Nordic Folkboat. The sale of this fine boat comes with 1 full set (main and jib) of racing sails, and 1 set of cruising sails. The boat comes with a new spruce mast, boom and extra whisker pole.

Elsie if fully fitted for the bay with extra durable and oversized hardware and completely race ready. Elsie is hauled out every year for maintenance and repairs in preparation of the racing season. The boat was just hauled out and a new bottom job was done in February 2017. Elsie comes with a motor mount, cushions, new deck organizer and numerous other racing upgrades.

This is a very fast boat with a history of success with many regatta victories. If you want a race ready boat for the bay with a proven track record, this is it.

Contact Mike:



For Sale US 76 Frihed

I am selling Frihed. She is a Brandt Moeller Folkboat from 1961
She was 3rd in the Folkboat international’s in San Francisco, held in Richmond in 2014.
She was completely refurbished by Fred Andersen Boat and Woodworks in 2013. I bought her for 10k and did 15k work on it.
She has a cracked frame which will need to be repaired. She will also need an over haul and bottom paint.  
I am selling her because I don’t use her enough and I feel it is a shame to leave her in the harbor all the time.
Sale price: $4,000
She is visible in Sausalito.
People interested should contact: or by phone +1 415 583 4270
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For Sale: Frejya



Freja – Women – Goddess of love – Nordic Folkboat

25 FT Pearson Folkboat – Built In Sweden 1958
30th Folkboat to be shipped to the USA

Price deduction – $1400   Quick Sale Now $8000 Due to family health problems

Total restoration – Please see all the restoration work on flicker site below . This was a four year restoration. With a lot of of the hull replaced. The superstructure totally rebuilt and the interior work totally rebuilt in new timbers. New Spar and Boom. New decks laid with new canvas. Total restoration to a very high standard. Top sides need paint as she has been sitting on a slip for six months due to our move back to New Zealand .

Flicker Site

She is in very safe harbor = on a slip – with the owners of the Marina looking after her at all times.  We have loads more photos if you would like to call me.


  •  Brand New 6 Horse Mercury outboard — Four hours running
  • 4 Fuel tanks
  • One set of sails in good condition — Looked over in October 2015 by local sail maker  — good for a few years. Canvas sail covers.
  • Full Navy Canvas Boat cover
  • Renovated Spar as photos attached — Local boat builder scalfted the head and we totally refinished with Epoxy and 16 coats of varnish
  • All new standing rigging — New turnbuckles and stainless fittings- All new wire and connections
  • Completely new lines and sheets
  • All new rigging gear
  • Whisker Pole
  • Fender Pole
  • 6 Newish Fenders
  • 6 New Dock Lines
  • Anchor and anchor box and 180 FT of rode
  •  New Battery
  • Safety ores
  • Two Winches — in good condition
  • Two bunk mattresses
  • 3 Dry boxes for storage

Freja had her bottom done six months ago and all of the bright work has been beautifully re varnished in October 2015. She needs a touch up to really shine now.  She is ready for 10 years of sailing. We have sailed her in the Puget sound and she handles a good sea. Actually very responsive and a great pleasure to sail. Reluctant sale as we have to return to New Zealand due to family health problems. She can be viewed on her slip in Port Orchard WA. Contact Craig:




  • LOA: 25’2” LWL: 19’8” Beam: 7’3” Draft: 3’11”
  • Year Built: 2017
  • Material: Douglas Fir, Oak, and Purple Heart
  • Engine: None

The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding is proud to offer a beautiful traditionally built wooden Folkboat, built to class standards, for $45,000.00. Started by the Traditional Large Craft class of 2016 and currently under construction by the class of 2017 under the guidance of instructor Jody Boyle, the hull and keel is built with Purple Heart, white oak, and Douglas fir using lapstrake construction. Paint and finishing will be chosen by owners. The vessel will be finished to sail ready condition with basic systems and interior to meet all requirements for immediate sailing. Sail and rig components per standard design plan are included and any additional equipment can be added individually by the owner(s) (not included in purchase price.)

For 36 years, the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding has been an accredited non-profit vocational school committed to providing a quality education where students learn confidence in working with their hands through traditional small, large, and contemporary wooden boatbuilding. We strive to provide experiential education to teach time-honored skills to new generations of craftspeople, preparing them for real-world employment and job placement in an increasingly digital world. By committing to this one-of-a-kind education, students are regenerating real-world craftsmanship, using their talents to bring new energy to a wide variety of industries and jobs. Located on the Olympic Peninsula in Port Hadlock, WA, the Boat School honors the boatbuilding traditions of the Pacific Northwest and Puget Sound with boat shops located on Port Townsend Bay. Programs in Traditional Large, Traditional Small, and Contemporary wooden boatbuilding begin in October each year. We are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), designated a Veteran Supportive Campus by the Washington State Department of Veteran Affairs, and licensed to accept Veteran Benefits and Federal Student Aid for those who qualify.

Additional pictures may be found at

If interested, please contact Richard Johanson at 360-385-4948×305 or





Folkboat Trailer: two axles; bilge pads are adjustable with long screw jacks for good adjustability; surge brakes to one set of wheels; tongue extension for use on launching ramp; crank tongue jack just aft of coupler.
Frame member dimensions:
Longitudinal Frame––1 5/8” x 5” channel steel
Cross Members––1 1/2” x 4” channel steel
Bilge Pad Stanchions––2” round steel
Diagonal Braces for Bilge Pad Supports (angled approximately 30°)––1 1/2” angle steel
Axles–– 2 1/2” diameter
A larger, stronger keel pad has been welded on by Svendsen’s; the new channel steel pad is 3” high X 12” wide X 8’ long X 3/8″-1/2” thick.
Coupler: Titan 7000#, for 2” Ball.
Two sets leaf springs each side on two axles.
Reason for selling:  The buyer of a Nordic Folkboat that was transported on this trailer did not want the trailer.  I purchased the trailer to move my International Folkboat, but a boat buyer is in the process of acquiring my boat.
Price: $3100.
Jon Hedlund, 707-834-2858

Boat Gear:

Looking for a new mast for your Folkboat?

Check out the new BM Folkboat mast from Kerteminde.



The most faithful alternative in aluminum alloy to the wooden mast.

It is flexible and bends similar to a top performing wooden mast.

It is slim, a delight to the eye, it works and it is easy to trim.

The 2017 Gold Cup was won by Per Buch, Hans Schultz and Per Puck from Kerteminde in DEN 926 “Geppeline” with the new mast from BM.

Approved by NFIA


Misc Folkboat items from Mark Schlichter:

  • Wooden folkboat boom.  stripped, no hardware.  but wood is in great shape.  $50
  • 2 sets of sails, midway between race and kleenex condition.  great cruising sails.  $100 per pair
  • 1 tiller $25

Contact Mark Schlicter:


 New Gooseneck Track

Our Fleet is TOO fast to help out a fellow Folkboater in need. FolkboatCentral Gmbh shipped one to me, and I had already found one with Eric Kaiser’s help. Now, I have a brand new one that I would like to sell at my cost. Cost was 80.58 EU w/ shipping which is $118.00 USD

Please Contact Sean Hellfritsch or Call (831) 531-7127



Get a Nice Drawing of YOUR Folkboat……You Can Order a Drawing of Your Boat, Your Sail Number, and Your Boats’ Color Scheme……

Contact Flemming Hansen or Call +4521242899



In search of a wooden Folkboat in good to excellent condition that
has maintained its traditional attributes.
Email :  Paul Rogé: