Joel White PeaPod
Joel White Peapods are traditionally built, double-ended rowing boats. Called peapods because they are shaped like a pod of peas with a stem at each end, they served as the first lobsterboats on the Maine coast because of their exceptional seaworthiness as well as their safe and easy handling ability. Even when carrying a load of traps or a big catch, a lone lobsterman could easily row a peapod.
Joel White Peapods can easily accommodate four adults and they row just as easily full loaded or light. These boats are built using traditional methods and materials.
Contact Barry Acker to learn more about this boat, book a test ride or to make an appointment to see one being built.