Euphemia was built in 1928 in Seattle, Washington by the Schertzer Brothers. The builders were involved in speed boat racing and had a boat shop on Lake Union for many years. The Schertzer Bros. built a significant number of boats, some as “stock” models and others as custom models.
Euphemia is one of the custom designs built for Frank J. Seidelhuber, owner of Seidelhuber Iron and Bronze works.
Some folks who are known to have contributed significantly to the vessel since its construction…
Constructed the helm.
John Bentzen owned the vessel for a short period. Sometime later the vessel partially sank and the owner hired the Bentzen Brothers at Maple Bay to do the restoration.
This outfit in Brentwood Bay have done a wide variety of work such as; replacing expired hull boards.