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Sireco II
42 FOOTER   -   Only 1 ever made !

Sireco II
Creighton, Saskatchewan
1967 History photo courtesy of P. Fraser
The "Lake of the Woods" is a massive lake encompassing two Canadian provinces and the state of Minnesota, boasting 65,000 miles of shoreline and 14,500 islands, and so George Narcisse Giguere built a larger boat to access his "Camp". It was a 25' closed canopy inboard, known as "Sireco" (circa 1949), named after Echo Bay, where his "Camp" was located.

He experimented with larger boats and in 1967 launched a 42' aluminum boat for his own use. It was named "Sireco 2".

History text courtesy of P. Fraser

Seen in Saskatoon July 2006

Denare Beach, Saskatoon - May 2014
Scott Bryson

Sireco II

i bought it in kenora ont in 2000 and have stripped it to bare metal..and redecked it with layers of treated plywood and fibreglass over top...rarest and only boat of its kind

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Video - test run

The "Pot of Gold" ....

Sireco II now owned and being modified by Scott Bryson. Home port - Denare Beach, Saskatoon.

Work has begun ...

testing ...

new cockpit May 2014 ...

Does anyone else have pictures from the 1970s or 1980s ?

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