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Welcome to the
Since 2003, a web site for those who know and love the Sande Ace runabout
built on the shores of Hood Canal near Belfair, Washington from 1956 to 1962.
If you own a Sande Ace or have any information about this boat, please call or e-mail.
Old or new photos of these boats in any condition would
be especially appreciated.
Ed Waali -- (360) 275-5684 or (406) 251-5410 -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Ned Hamlin -- (208) 726-4991 -- email@example.com
The Parks Family Ace
We always love to see old pictures of Sande Aces. Here's Bob Parks' only picture of his family's single-cockpit Ace which they used at their place in Nelson's Cove of Bald Point on Hood Canal.
Click here for movies of this great Ace.
2014 Sande Ace Rendezvous
It is hard to believe that the 10th annual Sande Ace Rendezvous happened on Hood Canal in August. We had outgrown Alderbrook Resort so we went back to lunch at the Waali place after an early launch at Twanoh State Park. We also exceeded the patience of the park rangers so next year we'll have to let them know we are coming.
Click here or on the photo to see the events of the day.
One of Helen's two great cakes!
Click the photos below for more good looks at these great boats and more on earlier Ace Days.
How Many Aces Are Running About Today?
Here are pictures of 13 Sande Aces, three recently-built Aces and two open cedar strip Sande boats taken 2005-2013, mostly at the Rendezvous. There are some more cedar strip boats out there and a few more Sande Aces perhaps along with several new Aces under construction. For another look at numbers, check the Sande Ace Registry.
Thanks to the Sande Ace fans who keep this meter rolling.
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