The Enchanting Sea Witch
List of Articles About
"A Bewitching Witch," by Dorothy Doughlas
(Clipping from unknown magazine, circa early 1940s – See: Early Sea Witch Articles
Rudder Magazine, June 1945: "Comfortable
Cruising Ketch by Angleman"
Yachting Magazine, Sept., 1947: "SEA WITCH," A DEEP WATER CRUISING AUXILIARY
Rudder Treasury, Published in 1953 by Rudder
Publishing Co.: "SEA WITCH, A Pacific Offshore Cruiser, 35 Ft.,
Designed by Hugh Angelman
Sea Magazine, Nov., 1961: I've only got the cover image (above), but have never seen the article that must be within.
Sea Magazine, Feb., 1989: "A Seawitch Casts Is Spell," by Peter Bohr http://seamagazine.com/boattests/DM_article.asp?id=402
Cruising World, Feb., 1999: "An Unforgettable Year," by Robby Coleman
WoodenBoat, No. 147, Mar/Apr 1999: "The Grand Old Man of Pacific Yachting, the Enduring West Coast Legacy of Hugh Angleman" by Robby Coleman and Thomas G. Skahill – and "Pure SEA WITCH" sidebar by Robby Coleman
The movie Overboard, starring Angie Dickinson and Cliff Robertson co-stared the Sea Witch (Sea Forth and Southern Cross). This movie was not quite a celebration of the cruising life and had an atrociously bad ending, but it certainly showed plenty of Seawitch in all her splendor.
WoodenBoat, No. 193, Nov/Dec 2006: "South Coast Company – The life of a full-service yacht yard," by Thomas G. Skahill. Mention of Hugh Angelman, who joined South Coast's management team after leaving Wilmington Boatworks. Sea Witch is mentioned, and "Moonbeam," an Angelman-Davies successor design is pictured.