Free Boats

Classic Dragon

1959 Borrison built 29' Dragon with trailer. FREE!!

Sailboats - Daysailers


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15′ Wittholz designed traditional Cape Cod catboat built by Al Watts and Jim Wagner May 2021-May 2023. Beam = 7.5′; draft = 18″ centerboard up and 46″ centerboard down. Ash frames, fiberglassed Okoume marine plywood body and mahogany trim. Auxiliary power = 4 hp Torqueedo electric outboard.

Covid Boat

Builder Name:
David Pfeiffer

When Covid hit I realized I would have time to build a boat. So, I did, a Glen-L zip caught my eye and I got started. I wanted the look of the boat, but I also wanted to go fast so I over built and put on a bigger than suggested motor.


1914 Wianno Senior #7

Complete with spars and sails. Lying Cape Cod. Last restored c1970. Cockpit and deck are newer. Last sailed 2014. Asking $10,000. Best offer. Bought larger boat: must sell!

Sailboats - Cruising


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Sistership to Lin and Larry Pardey's TALEISIN which was meticulously built by Kenneth O. Minor. This sailboat is a beautiful seaworthy vessel and a one of a kind hand built art piece.

HONEY BEE , a 1957 Speedicraft runabout

Builder Name:
David M Jones and Morris A(Pete) Jones Jr

In the summer of 2008, David M Jones of Suwanee Georgia was given a 1957 Speedicraft designed by Otis Borum of Jacksonville Florida.  The Honey Bee’s deck, transom and 25 percent of her hull were rotten.  Dave approached his Father, Morris A.


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William McCullough

Honey was launched a few days before Christmas 2023. She is a stout 13 foot skiff designed and built for the Westport River. She's built of local materials. All of her hardware and fasteners are from C.E. Beckman's of New Bedford and all of her paint is from Kirby's.

Sailboats - Racing


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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 - Cruising


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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.