Small Craft

15' Beach Pea

Designed by Doug Hylan. Two rowing stations. Sailing rig, rudder, tiller, mast, and sprit finished and ready to go. New custom made Doyle sail, oars, and oarlocks included. Rudder, CB, and mast need installation. $4,600.

Sailboats - Racing

WINWOOD/ODIN

Year Built
1936

Winwood Is a Thirty Square Meter racing yacht. She was Built in 1936 By Abeking & Rasmussen. She is hull number 3006 and was originally named Odin.

Sailboats

1956 39' Concordia Masthead Yawl $18,500

This vessel received a complete refit in 2007-2008 including re-powering, new decks, new standing rigging, new sails, and new winches. Original Bronze fittings are in sound condition and contribute to the classic feel of the vessel. The cabin top is canvas over mahogany.

Sailboats - Cruising

CADENZA

Year Built
2003

Cadenza was built in 2003 by Rockport Marine from a design by L. Frances Herreshoff. The design was modified slightly by Bruce Hylan to move the mizzen aft in order to make the steering more comfortable, effectively turning the original ketch sail plan into a yawl.

PRISCILLA C

Builder Name
Paul Kydd

PRISCILLA C is a small steam launch based on a Stuart Turner 5 A single cylinder engine of 2 1/4" bore and 2" stroke. It produces about 1/2 HP at 30 PSI from a water tube, wood fired boiler.

Power Boats

1958 LobsterYacht / Pinic Launch

Lobster Yacht / Picnic Launch made by Wharton Ship Yard now Jamestown Boat Yard in 1958, 28' L, 8.5' W, 4.5' D, a semi-displacement hull made of mahogany planking over white oak frames, in water last 30 years, good condition, $25,000.

CLC Oxford Shell II launched!

Builder Name
Jerome Alden

The boat kit was received as a large cardboard envelop filled with flat pieces of mostly 3mm Okoume plywood. The stitch and glue process on a 21 foot long boat forced me to be satisfied with slow incremental progress. Fortunately the well illustrated builders manual was excellent.

Power Boats

1993 Devlin "27' Black Crown

"Guillemot" is an ideal cruising boat for a couple with very solid construction (the Devlin "Stitch and Glue System) and updated reliable electronics. Currently on the Chesapeake but built for the Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Canadian Gulf Islands and even Alaska.