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  2. Rhodes Super 27 Sloop

    Rhodes Super 27 Sloop

    South Bristol, Maine, Verenigde Staten
    1948
    €59.927

    NEVA is a Philip Rhodes designed masthead sloop built by Ferdinand (Red) Nimphius in Milwaukee, WI.  The “Super” 27 is a post war update of the 1939 R27 design competition awarded by the Fishers Island Yacht Club. A fast, lovely example of her era with the shear, bow and doghouse her designer is known for.  The “Super” has more cutaway, is 11” longer, 3” more beam with a modernized cabin and other updates as Rhodes responded to the market with a better understanding from his design work during the war. NEVA was commissioned by a Chicago industrialist who worked with Philip Rhodes (when at Cox & Co. in NYC) and Red Nimphius, a leading custom builder located on the great lakes. Her materials and detail are top notch; Mahogany on oak, bronze fastened, lead ballast, bronze strapped, bronze hardware throughout. Laid teak decks, mahogany house, and joinery. NEVA has been in regular use, raced and has benefitted from good ownership throughout her life. She has been on the east coast since the 80’s in Mass., Chesapeake Bay and Maine. NEVA = Snow (feminine: Latin, Italian, Spanish…) She is a strong and healthy vessel.  Her interior is bright with the doghouse windows offering full water view from the galley.  comes with her lifelines/stanchions/pulpits as well as baby stay, fittings for carrying a staysail.   Her cockpit is spacious, with a practical bridge deck and the aft of coaming/pivoting tiller. She remains as original specification except an aluminum mast circa 1962. Significant efforts include; Rebuilt foredeck carlins and deck, garboard planks, toe rail, icebox, galley, Norpro/Isuzu diesel 2003 (~500hrs. 2021), rudder and bronze rudder castings, laminated frames at aft bulkhead (2020), holding tank and head (2021), new Fir/Spruce hollow boom (2020), custom German bronze traveler (2019), new marine high density foam cushions/custom covers (2017) and new sails (2020). Normal maintenance work includes brightwork, topsides, deck seams along with full interior repaint (2019). Specifications: LWL 27’1”          LOA 40’ 1”         Beam 9’9”          Draft 5’11”     Displ: 18000 lbs. Documented, hull # 1112143 Water tanks: 50 gal (25 each) in SS under salon berths Fuel tank: 20 gal (single) in SS in stbd locker with Racor 500 primary filter Holding tank: 14 gal poly (new 2021) Engine 35 Hp Norpro/Isuzu 1490-2: 3 cyl naturally aspirated  (brochure pasted below) Driveline: Hurst reverse gear with 1” SS shaft, 2 bladed prop. (new cutlass bearing 2020)     Hardware/Gear: Compass: Kelvin-White Constellation on bronze bracket Electronics: Ray Marine; depth, knot meter and masthead: direction, speed. VHF radio Ground tackle: 35 lb. Claw, 35 lb. Danforth, 200’ and 250’ of 5/8” three strand rode along with 20’ 3/8” chain. Pumps: two automatic bilge pumps, manual gusher pump and two manual pumps at galley and head sink. Head: Groco with 14-gallon poly holding tank. Deck access and Y valve for manual pump for thru hull Roller Furling: Furlex Sails (10): Main -full/half batten and 120 genoa (2020) Main, 120 genny, working jib, storm jib (circa 1998) Spinnaker – asymmetrical (circa 2000) with sock Main, and older hank on headsails Dorade vents (4) and cleats -chromed bronze, Samson post at bow Portlights -bronze, fixed wooden lights at doghouse. Origo two burner alcohol stove. Barient two speed self-tailing winches. Bronze reefing winch and blocks on boom. Mast winches (3). Running rigging (new sheets, blocks 2021), sail cover (new 2020), dock lines, fenders, snatch blocks, Dodger frame/white dodger, bimini and various gear. Folding mahogany swim ladder Boat stands: Eight Brownell. Also included: lifelines/stanchions/pulpits, baby stay, fittings for carrying a staysail.  Layout: Ventilated anchor locker with forward V berth, moving aft to head w/sink and cabinets to port and two hanging lockers/shelves to Stbd. Main salon with two single berths, lockers, and shelves. Galley with counter, sink, alcohol stove to port with SS deep icebox and counter to stbd. Full length cockpit with lockers port and stbd, and aft lazarette. Engine controls/panel to Stbd in footwell. Points: Neva is a delight to sail, points well, tracks well, spins on her keel when asked to, rides well at anchor. She is competitive in the classic series (Vintage class A). Neva holds her shape, smells good, and is not a project. Topsides painted 2021 (Epifanes #40), water-based antifouling on the bottom. Brightwork wooded ~5 years ago. Annual upkeep. She does need some brightwork effort on several spots currently. Isuzu engine starts instantly, runs well and has been on ~90% biodiesel since 2014 She has had four prior owners, the third and fourth spent significant sums on her. full body of data available: original Rhodes correspondence, builders instructions, original drawings (copies also in Rhodes collection at Mystic Seaport). 2015 survey available

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  3. Traditional Maine Windjammer Schooner

    Traditional Maine Windjammer Schooner

    Camden, Maine, Verenigde Staten
    1882
    €623.627

    Unquestionably the finest example of a 19th-century coasting schooner afloat today, the GRACE BAILEY was built in 1882 by Oliver Perry Smith at his boatyard on the Patchogue River, New York.  From the moment you step aboard her broad wooden decks, the GRACE BAILY’s rich history comes to life: this is the grand ship that sailed to the West Indies in the Fruit Trade, carried granite to New York City for Grand Central Station, and carried lumber, coal, oysters, and other commodities up and down the eastern seaboard. The GRACE BAILY came to Maine in 1920 and has continued to earn her keep carrying cargo throughout New England ever since.  A familiar sight in local ports for more than 100 years, she is listed on the register of National Landmarks and dear to the hearts of many.    In 1939 Frank Swift brought the GRACE BAILEY to Camden where she exchanged her cargo of lumber and granite for passengers in joining his original windjammer fleet offering weeklong overnight trips - a tradition she continues to this day.  The GRACE BAILEY is certified to carry 34 overnight passengers and 54 passengers on daysails with a captain and two deckhands. Over the years every effort has been made to preserve her historic integrity while offering maximum comfort to guests. The original cargo area was divided into twelve private double cabins with either a double bed or two single bunks; all have full standing headroom and a window or porthole for light and ventilation. There are also two private cabins, each with a single bed, and two Pullman berths. Each of GRACE BAILEY’s four passenger compartments feature their own head, and there is a freshwater hot water shower.   One of the GRACE BAILEY’s most unique and special features is her restored aft cabin, which would have been the only finished area on the vessel when she carried cargo going back to 1882. With its richly finished hand-carved paneling, this area remains almost entirely original to this day, serving as the guest’s lounge, library, music room (complete with piano), and private owners’ quarters.  The owner’s quarters contain a private cabin with double bed, kids cabin with two single berths, and a private head - Perfect for a family business.   And forward of the mast the crew will appreciate some privacy as well, in their private forecastle with four bunks.  The GRACE BAILEY’s spacious galley is the perfect place for relaxing and communal gathering.  Equipped with a vintage Shipmate wood burning stove, ample ice box space, and comfortable seating for all guests and crew. The GRACE BAILY underwent a full rebuild/restoration in 1990 and is Coast Guard inspected annually.  She is 123 feet overall, 81 feet on deck, and with her shoal-draft of just 6’ can explore secluded ports inaccessible to deeper vessels.  But sailing to windward lower the centerboard down to its impressive depth of 16’ and you’ll be amazed by some cutting-edge performance, even by today’s standards. The GRACE BAILEY well known for her exceptional speed.  A many times winner of Penobscot Bay’s Great Schooner Race, her sails were all new in 2021, and her Coast Guard stability letter would allow future owners to even add topsails and a flying jib – a rig with which she was originally built. The GRACE BAILEY will convey with a complete inventory of galley wares, linens, safety equipment, and everything necessary for continuing to ply the windjammer trade.  Her auxiliary propulsion is provided by a 14' cold-molded yawl boat with 75hp diesel engine (rebuilt in 2021).  Also included is a 14' rowing Whitehall in side-davits. The Schooner GRACE BAILEY represents several unique opportunities for her next owner:  She could be purchased and engaged independently in the lucrative Maine windjammer trade, she could be purchased in tandem with her sister ship MERCANTILE and continue operating from her current berth in Camden, ME; or she could embark on any number of new ventures.  One thing for sure, is whether carrying passengers for hire or some other cargo, The GRACE BAILEY promises to continue earning her keep for many years to come.  Offers are strongly encouraged, and considerable incentives are available for a buyer who keeps the GRACE BAILEY and MERCANTILE together in Camden – thus preserving the longest running and original Maine Windjammer Cruises with business dating back to the 1930’s. Please contact Alec today for more information about the GRACE BAILEY and all she has to offer. 

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  4. Traditional Maine Windjammer Schooner

    Traditional Maine Windjammer Schooner

    Camden, Maine, Verenigde Staten
    1916
    €467.720

    The well-loved MERCANTILE is a joy to behold and is often referred to as the “Prettiest coaster on the bay.” She was built by the Billings yard on Deer Isle, Maine in 1916 for hauling lumber and granite, and has continued to earn her keep in and around Penobscot Bay ever since.  A familiar sight in local ports for more than 100 years, she is listed on the register of National Landmarks and dear to the hearts of many. In 1945 Frank Swift brought the MERCANTILE to Camden where she joined his original Maine Windjammer Cruises fleet carrying passengers on weeklong overnight trips - a tradition she continues to this day.  MERCANTILE is Coast Guard certified to carry 29 overnight passengers and 54 passengers on daysails with a captain and two deckhands. Below decks the MERCANTILE’s spacious galley is the perfect place for relaxing and communal gathering.  Equipped with a vintage Shipmate wood burning stove, ample ice box space, and comfortable seating for all guests and crew. In four separate passenger areas the MERCANTILE has fourteen double cabins with either a double bed or two twin beds, one private single cabin, and separate crew quarters. All guest cabins have full standing headroom and a window or porthole for light and ventilation. There are three heads in passenger areas and a hot, freshwater shower below decks.   MERCANTILE will convey with a complete inventory of galley wares, linens, safety equipment, and everything necessary for continuing to ply the windjammer trade.   Her auxiliary propulsion is provided by a 14' cold-molded yawl boat with 75hp diesel engine (rebuilt in 2021).  Also included is a 14' rowing peapod on side-davits. Fully restored in 1989 and Coast Guard inspected annually, MERCANTILE is 115 feet overall, 80 feet on deck, and with her shoal-draft of just 5’ can explore secluded ports inaccessible to deeper vessels.  But drop the centerboard down to its impressive full depth of 12’ and be amazed by her sailing performance.  MERCANTILE’s sails were all new in 2021, and her Coast Guard stability letter would allow the addition of topsails and a flying jib.  The Schooner MERCANTILE represents several unique opportunities for her next owner:  She could be purchased and engaged independently in the lucrative Maine windjammer trade, she could be purchased in tandem with her sister ship GRACE BAILEY and continue operating from her current berth in Camden, ME; or she could embark on any number of new ventures.  One thing for sure, is whether carrying passengers for hire or some other cargo, MERCANTILE promises to continue earning her keep for many years to come.  Offers are strongly encouraged, and considerable incentives are available for a buyer who keeps the MERCANTILE and GRACE BAILEY together in Camden – thus preserving the longest running and original Maine Windjammer Cruises with business dating back to the 1930’s. Please contact Alec today for more information about the MERCANTILE and all she has to offer.    

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  7. Herreshoff Nereia

    Herreshoff Nereia

    Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Verenigde Staten
    1972
    €44.823

    PRUDENCE is 36-foot clipper-bowed “NEREIA” ketch, designed by L. Francis Herreshoff and built in 1972 by Roger Kelsey of Branford, CT.  This design is one in Herreshoff’s series of clipper-bowed, raked-masted ketches that include BOUNTY, MOHAWK, TIOGA, AND TICONDEROGA. She sailed for 20 years as the builder’s personal yacht for annual trips between Long Island Sound and Nova Scotia.  Her next owner maintained her with George Zacrone of Wickford, RI, where she continued to receive professional care and significant upgrades over the next 12 years.  In 2008-2009 PRUDENCE received an extensive refit that included construction of a new cabin house, interior, engine & systems, sails and rigging.  Currently she is based in New York, and each year makes the passage to and from Brooklin, Maine where she spends summers - often participating in classic yacht regattas along the way. In late fall and early spring PRUDENCE earns her keep offering daysails in Raritan Bay and New York Harbors; and in summers she works for The WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, Maine - offering sailing courses and private charters. Quick as her looks suggest, yet comfortable in a seaway - PRUDENCE is heavily built, dry, and a pleasure to sail.  Her low aspect rig and 2:1 ballast ratio mean she seldom requires reefing.  Prudence is mahogany planked on oak frames, bronze fastened with a mahogany laid deck.  Masts and spars are Sitka Spruce, sails are Dacron.  Standing rigging is stainless steel with eye splices into bronze turnbuckles on the lower end.  Running rigging is stainless wire rope and Dacron three strand.  The engine is a Yanmar 32hp diesel that turns a three bladed reversing propeller. Rudder is outboard with tiller steering. Below, Prudence sleeps six in five bunks, has a two-burner propane stove and a large icebox.  The head includes a composting toilet and hand washing sink. Length between perpendiculars:  36ft Length of the waterline: 31 ft 9 in Overall length including bowsprit: 43 ft Draft:  5 ft 3 in Sail area: 673 sq ft (plus jib tops’l and mizzen stays’l) Displacement: 24,000 lbs (including 12,000 lbs outside lead ballast) From “The Common Sense of Cruising Design”: “Nereia is a real little ship, one that can carry a figurehead gracefully…(she) is no chichi imitation of foreign yachts or a copy of those vessels which were developed to carry dead fish to market, but is a descendant of the purely American type of yacht that was developed for ladies and gentlemen to sail on before racing measurements spoiled the cruising yacht.” Please call or email for more information including a 2018 survey.

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  9. Classic Beals Island Lobster Boat

    Classic Beals Island Lobster Boat

    Seattle, Washington, Verenigde Staten
    1963
    €73.081

    Flying Eagle, a Maine Lobster Boat, was designed and built by Vinal Beal and launched on Beals Island in 1963 where she earned her keep lobstering until the mid 1990s.  These stunning vessels with their low freeboard and graceful sheer are often referred to as a “Beals Islanders” or “Jonesporters,” a classic workboat with distinct beauty of purpose - perfectly adapted to their local Downeast Maine fishing conditions - world renowned for their efficient, seaworthy hull form, good turn of speed, rich history and great looks! After many years of service, several owners and various name changes, FLYING EAGLE was purchased by the current owner in 2014.   Appreciating the rarity of finding a working boat in condition that could be saved and enjoyed, his aim was to restore and preserve her as authentically as possible. At Artisan Boatworks in Rockport, ME, FLYING EAGLE was repowered with a new 383 Mercruiser V8 stroker engine, water-cooled exhaust manifolds, and carefully insulated dry stacks in the classic tradition.    The forefoot was replaced, and the interior cabin fitted out with a double bunk, marine head, and partially open engine enclosure – all with tasteful tongue-in-groove Douglass Fir bead board in keeping with the look and feel of a classic Downeast working boat.  She was also returned to her fishing setup – with new electrical and plumbing systems, an electric pot hauler and even a set of wooden round-top traps with hand-carved wooden buoys. In 2015 FLYING EAGLE was trucked to the owner’s home on Orca’s Island in the San Juan Islands of the Pacific Northwest, where in 2017 she received extensive structural work at Emerald Marine in Anacortes.  This included refastening, reframing and new floors between the main bulkhead and transom, new garboard planks, and new planks at the turn of the bilge.    Since then, the cabin sides have been replaced and today she resides in a covered slip at Stimson Marine in Seattle, WA.  FLYING EAGLE is part classic picnic yacht, part authentic lobster boat, and part hot rod – perfect for day trips and the occasional overnight.  The throaty rumble of her 350hp V8 engine roaring to life on an otherwise quiet foggy morning will always turn heads and surely bring a smile to the faces those like myself who appreciate such things. You can read more about FLYING EAGLE by searching for the article, “A New England Eagle in the Pacific Northwest," and Emerald Marine's blog post (Jan. 2018), "Flying Eagle, Maine Lobster Boat, New Home on Orcas Island."  Upgrades 2021: -Serviced 4-man life raft & stowed in cockpit lobster car. -Added a custom AC circuit board. -Added (legal) 30A shore power inlet & power cord & isolation transformer. -Interfaced the two GARMIN GPS Map 741xs units (Radar/Plotter). -Installed GARMIN AIS 800 -Installed ICOM M506+ AIS VHF. -Replaced Co2 detector. -Insulated cooler disguised as bait barrel  

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  10. Concordia 39 Yawl

    Concordia 39 Yawl

    Cataumet, Massachusetts, Verenigde Staten
    1960
    €141.290

    WESTRAY is Concordia yawl #79, built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 1960 and featuring such critical improvements as laminated frames, a masthead rig, and no running backstays.  She has been maintained and continuously upgraded for over thirty years by Ballentine's Boat Shop in Cataumet, MA, and a recent survey and fastener inspection attests to her nearly perfect structural and cosmetic condition. For those unfamiliar with Ballantine's Boat Shop, there is "perfect condition" and then there is "Ballantine's Condition,"  which is better.    Steve, Amy, and their crew are as committed to WESTRAY's care and maintenance as her owner is, and that dedication is apparent over every square inch of WESTRY both inside and out.    Seeing is believing, and for anyone who loves Concordia Yawls, she is a testament to what's possible.  WESTRAY has been regularly raced and sailed offshore, including a transatlantic passage to Norway, a Halifax race, and most recently a Bermuda Race.  The demands of these regattas and passages are such that nothing short of 100% is acceptable when it comes to structural integrity and up to date equipment. The list of improvements and upgrades WESTRAY has received in recent years is long and nearly complete – and the cost of implementing these features is an important consideration for anyone who might be considering the purchase of a Concordia Yawl:             -Elongated metal composite mast step (being repainted 2021)             -Ballast keel removed and installation of new Monel keel bolts             -Hull fastener inspection 2020             -Rudder replaced, along with gudgeons and pintles.             -Decks and house-top recovered with Dynel/Epoxy             -New Beta Marine 38 HP engine and new engine beds.             -Access manhole/hatch in cockpit sole             -Custom removable cockpit locker for liferaft             -New wiring throughout, including 12v/110v panel with shore power and charger             -New standing and running rigging (2018)             -Complete racing and cruising sail wardrobe in great condition             -Compliant holding tank with macerator pump and Y-valve for head.             -Refrigeration              -Fully integrated and up to date electronics including autopilot and AIS             -Masthead wiring including wind instruments and offshore tri-color.             -All interior paint and varnish recently refinished.   WESTRAY is receiving her annual fresh paint and varnish and is presently in boat show condition. A very recent 2021 survey is available upon request.    Inventory / Upgrades   Tankage:             - Standard fuel tank under port cockpit settee (22 gallons)             - Holding tank behind cabinetry outboard of head             - 3 water tanks under salon settees and forward starboard bunk (50 gallons total)   Engine/mechanical             - Beta Marine 38 HP engine (2011)             - Fuel polisher (2019)   Electrical/Electronics             - Electric panel installed by Noreast Marine             -All LED lights, including deck (cargo)_ lights             -Garmin Radar and Plotter (2015)             -Raymarine wind, depth and speed, interfaced with plotter             -VHF and AIS             -Auto-pilot (Simrad.  tiller pilot)             -Shore power charger and inverter with A/C outlets             -2 large capacity batteries   Deck / Hardware             -Lofran electric windlass  (2017)             -Self tailing main halyard winch             -Strong Track for Mainsail             -Canvas cockpit awning -New dodger             -Pen Yang wood/canvas dinghy with storage chocks on coach house             -Fenders and docklines   Ground Tackle:             -Original Fisherman anchor             -Ultra anchor (2018)              -Secondary anchor (Fortress)              -Third anchor (Danforth)   Sails:  All in very good condition (12 bags)             -Cruising Main with Dutchman system              -Racing Main               -Jibs: #1, #2, #3 (with battens)               -Jib for jib-club (self-tacking jib club detachable)                -Storm trysail                -Storm Jib                -Cruising spinnaker                 -Light asymmetrical sapinnaker                  -Symmetrical spinnaker                   -Mizzen sail                    -Mizzen staysail                    -Mizzen spinnaker                    -New set of running rigging (2018)                     -Covers for main and mizzen   Safety:             -GaleRider drogue anchor              -Spare tiller             -Electric and manual bilge pumps              -Extra strong pump for offshore               -Lifesling                -PFDs                 -Jack-lines for offshore                  -Fire extinguiishers                  -EPIRB   Interior/Galley             -Concordia heating stove in main salon              -Concordia folding teak swim ladder.              -Folding cockpit table (teak)             -Pedigree of the boat and her accomplishment in bronze plaque             -New canvas beds in cabin and V-berths             -Manual toilet (Jabsco)             -Manual original sink pump             -Non pressurized alcohol stove              -Cushions and pillows (below deck and for cockpit)             -Portable swivel one burner propane cooker

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  11. Custom Boyd / McGruer Daysailer

    Custom Boyd / McGruer Daysailer

    Urbanna, Virginia, Verenigde Staten
    1980
    €17.540

    Built by McGruers of Scotland in 1980, This superb little daysailer was designed in 1977 by David Boyd, a draftsman in the office of William Fife III who went on to become one of Britain’s best known yacht designers in his own write throughout the 1950’s and 60’s.  Reportedly this was Boyd’s last design. Boyd’s racing yachts won some of the most prestigious competitions of his era. His 6-Metres won the Seawanhaka Cup three times, the equally high-profile One Ton Cup, more than half-a-dozen Solent Silver Medals and top-scoring individual yacht honors in the British America’s Cup.  David Boyd’s best-known work from the post-war era was that of three 12-Metre yachts he designed for the America’s Cup.  VICTORIOUS has been described as a miniature 12-Meter, and undoubtedly represents the culmination of David Boyd’s success with 6-Meters and other small racers.  Some have said she is a modernized Piper One Design; the dimensions are very similar. The Piper is now built as the Rustler 24 still with the full keel. Everybody knows Fife, but there were other fine builders in Scotland and McGruer was one of the best.   Construction of VICTORIOUS features double-planked mahogany with closely spaced steam bent frames, gleaming varnished topsides and a solid teak deck.  Her bottom was professionally sheathed in fiberglass in the 1990’s and remails fair and tight. The typically British deep narrow cockpit offers excellent protection, with a sole and helm seat of varnished teak grating and a contoured forward seat that is artfully laminated in 15 2mm layers. New Elvstrom sails in 2004, a low maintenance aluminum rig, full cockpit cover, and custom trailer allow for easy set-up and transport.   There are no running back-stays and all sheets and halyards are easily reached from the cockpit, so she would be easy to single-hand. Sail inventory: Elvstrom tri-radial Pentax main and Genoa 2004, Elvstrom asymmetric spinnaker 2004, older main, no 1, 2, 3 headsails, spinnaker, drifter. VICTORIOUS was brought to the US by her current owner in in 2004, and is currently on her trailer, under cover in Virginia.   The plan is to bring her to Maine in June – hopefully for racing at Camden Classics in July! Her name was given to her because she was built as birthday present by a father to his daughter, her name being Victoria Stewart.

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  12. Herreshoff Gaff Cutter

    Herreshoff Gaff Cutter

    East Blue Hill, Maine, Verenigde Staten
    1902
    €574.906

    Launched by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company in November of 1902, NELLIE falls in the sweet spot of classic sailing yachts… not too big, not too small.  She can be sailed by two for a sunset cruise or raced competitively with a crew of ten.  This combined with the intrinsic beauty of her classic Herreshoff sheer and cutter gaff rig have contributed to her remarkable longevity.  In 1902 and 03, the Herreshoff Mfg Co built three virtually identical full-keel yachts to the 35 foot waterline racer/cruiser class: AZOR for Malcolm Forbes, TRIVIA for Harold Vanderbilt, and NELLIE for Morton Plant (NELLIE was named after Plant’s wife, Nellie Capron.)  In his biography of his father, L. Francis Herreshoff wrote of the trio of 35 ft waterline sloops, “These three were among the nicest all-around sail boats of their size ever built.” From 2007 to 2010 NELLIE underwent a carefully researched, museum quality, keel-up restoration, and today is in “better than new” condition.  This restoration was featured in the 2010 Classic Yacht Symposium at the Herreshoff Marine Museum in Bristol, RI and is available in digital format for those who would like to see it.    NELLIE’s classical well-appointed interior provides a level of luxurious comfort not seen on pure racing yachts, and her spacious cockpit is equally suited to silver service dining as it is to sailing.   I could go on, but the photos speak for themselves. NELLIE is ready for immediate delivery.  To learn more please visit NELLIE's website at syNELLIE dot com or call to schedule a showing.    

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  13. Herreshoff Buzzards Bay 18

    Herreshoff Buzzards Bay 18

    Rockport, Maine, Verenigde Staten
    2013
    €170.523

    Only 5 Buzzards Bay 18s were built by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company during the winter of 1903/1904 for the Beverly Yacht Club where they were known as the K Class.  BESHERTE is the second of two full-keel Buzzards Bay 18 re-creations meticulously built by the craftsmen at Artisan Boatworks in Rockport, Maine, where she was launched in 2013.  BESHERTE features edge-glued cedar planking over steam-bent oak frames with a laminated mahogany backbone. She’s auxiliary powered by a Beta 14-hp inboard diesel, which is completely hidden from view within the cabin. GMT Composites of Rhode Island designed and built the carbon-fiber mast, which is faux painted to simulate Sitka spruce, of which the booms and gaff are constructed. The carbon mast allows BESHERTE to be sailed without running backstays. This feature, in combination with a full-length jib club, makes the entire rig easy to singlehand. BESHERTE is also fast; having recently won 1st place at the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta (Gaff & Schooner Division) in 2018 and 1st place in the Camden Classic Cup (Daysailer Division) in 2019. Maintained by her builders at Artisan Boatworks since new, BESHERTE remains in perfect condition.  2019/20 seasonal paint, varnish, and storage are included, as is spring delivery, launching, and rigging anywhere in the Northeast.      

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  14. Herreshoff New York 30

    Herreshoff New York 30

    Bristol, Rhode Island, Verenigde Staten
    1905
    €380.023

    Commissioned by members of the New York Yacht Club and designed and built by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, the New York 30’s were launched in 1905 and quickly became the most significant and beloved one-design class in the history of the New York Yacht Club. Their impact on the yachting world has been extensive and the individual histories of each yacht, remarkable. Today many continue their racing careers throughout New England and the Mediterranean. NY-30 #12 ROWDY was completely rebuilt in 2011-2014 in Bristol, RI to the highest yacht standard.  She has been faithfully restored to original Herreshoff specifications and configurations and is now as strong or stronger then when originally launched.    The restoration included the replacement of 95% of the frames and floor timbers, all deck beams and deck, a complete new cabin house, new hatches, a complete new interior to the layout of 1905, and new rig.  (gaff rig design of 1905 but with the improved spar design of 1917),  Further improvements include hollow spars and diesel engine installation. All fasteners in ROWDY are new Silicon Bronze. All wood used in the restoration is as specified in the original Herreshoff scantlings with the exception of adding ¼ Okoume Plywood to the decks for strength, water tightness and longevity. ROWDY is currently stored indoors and ready for commissioning.  A full survey and detailed description of the rebuild are available upon request.   Shipping to Europe available.  

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