The Schooner "Zaca" by Paul McGehee. The
beautiful and sleek schooner "Zaca" was built in 1929. The 118" vessel
spent many years as a pleasure
yacht before being taken over by the U.S. Government during World War
II to be used as a West Coast radio ship. She is credited with
communicating positions of passing Japanese ships while off of the
California coast. During the 1950's she was a private yacht out of Port
Antonio, Jamaica. She fell into disrepair in the 1960's but
was recently restored, and the storied "Zaca" now sails again as a
charter yacht in the waters of Monaco.
|The Schooner "Zaca" by Paul McGehee
|Image Size: 7" x 12"
; Medium: Original Pencil Drawing (framed)