|FDR's Hawk, getting set up in the main room of the Wallace Center Visitors Center in Hyde Park.|
|The only actively sailed lateen-rigged ice yacht, Vixen. |
This boat belonged to FDR's uncle John A. Roosevelt.
|Pulling Whiff out of its home barn in Staatsburg.|
|Someday we'll have a longer truck...|
|Detail of the model "Mo-Wa-The"|
|Two ice yachts that were owned and sailed by John A. Roosevelt: (L-R):|
Kriss (built 1898) and Vixen (built 1885). Other boats on display include Greyhound and Whiff, as well as two "bow steerers, "a circa 1960 Arrow class design, and a DN..
|Whiff, built for the Philadelphia Centennial (1876) by Jacob Buckhout. |
One of the oldest ice yachts still sailing.
|FDR smiles down upon seeing ice yachts on the lawn in front of the Presidential Library, dedicated in 1941.|