Designed by famed naval architect Ted Geary this boat was built by the Lake Union Dry Dock and Machine Works of Seattle, WA, in 1930. From John Gardner: The keel is a hollow part of the hull and is filled with a mixure of iron and epoxy on later boats, and in yours possibly scrap iron and cement.
From a CT34 owner: Our boat is also credited with being designed by Bob Perry but according to Bob it was CS Chen, one of the brothers that owned the Ta Chiao boat yard, who drew up the plans, and that the design was somewhat based on a Phillip Rhodes late 1920's design called "Dog Star". We designed and started to build the CT-34 from early 1970, and then stopped this line in 1987 after building 43 vessels. The Type B has a bridge deck in cockpit at the companionway, and an extra set of drawers in the galley plus outboard uppers and inboard lowers. 1976 - boat in Texas - wood spars - evidence of fluid within hull - exterior appearance of hull is good - work is ongoing. We own # 19 Morning Star She was also known originally as Alar she was renamed to Manguny again renamed to Osprey II. 1978 - Hull #21 {TAC340210378}- boat name TELOS - sold for $28,000 in 1987 and moved to Port Angeles, Washington.
1984 - Hull #41 - Type B - built in 1984 - upgraded in 1990 boat name FLYING CLOUD : Listing July 2003 - wood spars - "neglected" asking $15,000 - boat was sold around June 2003 - boat was in Oregon.
I spent too many years in Tiawan and watched every yard steal from each other or "borrow" molds for a month or two.


We purchased her in July of 2000 and renamed her Morning Star and began her refit, when we purchased her she had just had a new Volvo 2030 installed and only 4 hours on it the mast and boom both had rot at the ends added to the fact that the standing rig was due for replacement.
The boat has aluminum spars and the original teak deck which looks like it just came out of the factory - boat name SWEET CAROLINE : The original Volvo MD11C engine was replaced with a Beta Marine BD1005 diesel (June 2007) The boat is outfitted for cruising. Our vessels are located in private marinas and in most cases are only accessible by our brokers. I ran aground on the Tennesse Tom Bigby waterway many years ago and noticed that I was sitting lower on my lines than before, but with no water in the bilge.
After bringing her to Olympia WA her new hailing port we began her refit She has a new Lafeil Mast and boon with a double spreader rig as originally designed with the change of raising the boom one foot to enable a dodger and six foot of standing headroom at the helm. Rig remained same as Type A with the exception of relocating the lowers and the jumper stays (the equivlent of back stays for the staysail). I built a hatch turtle and combing for a dodger and then began work on the deck we removed the boom from the staysail and added a forestay release and built a custom traveler just behind the cockpit well this is also the boom gallows support. She was originally built and launched at their famous yard on the shores of Seattles Lake Union.
The original mold was sprung by CT to become the CT36 which went to Ta Yang and became the Tayana 37.
The rigging is set for safe single-handing due to a modest amount of weather-helm and the self-tacking club-footed staysail makes this full-keeled cutter as easy to sail as a simple sloop.


The Lake Unions were built by the outstanding Pacific Northwest craftsmen of the period to withstand the rigors of the northern waters and out of woods so fine that they are simply no longer available; in general, these boats tend to be more robust, and of heavier scantlings than most classics.
Spent a lot of time tapping and drilling, later filled all the holes and tryed to stay away from very hard bottoms.
We consider her to be an exceptional buy in an Antique Cruiser and a highly desirable yacht, as well as being a Pacific Northwest and West Coast Treasure. We replaced the winches to Lewmar all bronze 46s for the mains and 30s on the cabintop for the staysail and spinnaker tack downhaul. Chen did not believe the "CT 37" would be a success so he gave the design rights to Ta Yang in exchange for a 10 interest in the boat. Our upcoming projects include new bronze chainplates, autopilot, radar, and electric anchor windlass as the manual one is too slow and our all chain rode with 45 pound CQR is difficult to hand pull.



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