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Bob Fivehouse: Also designated TS Queen Mary II in 1935. The 252.5’ river passenger vessel was built by William Denny Brothers, at Dumbarton, Scotland and...

By: Marsom B. Pratt - Designed by Rod Johnstone and first built in 1983; Length: 22 ft. 6 in.; Racing Crew: 3 (605 lbs. max.);...

By: Scott Chambers - America’s Cup Challenger of 1895; keel cutter designed by George L. Watson, & built by D.& W. Henderson for the Earl...

By: Joaquim Maristany We are pleased to offer a very unique shadowbox by Jacquim Maristany. The United States Mail Steamship Company's U.S.S. Central America, today...

By: Capt. F.A. Gentzen - Antique shadowbox model of the 5 masted square rigged ship of 1902 Preussen largest sailing ship ever built. Length 407',...

By: Marcelo Ossó - A classic yacht model built in the style of late 19th century British builder’s mirror backed half hull models gives the...

By: Colin Gray - The Scottish Peterhead Whaleboat was an early British style whaleboat, which was used for hunting Bowhead whales as opposed to the...

By: Stephen W. Henninger Hatteras Company's 53' power yacht built in 1984. The model depicts all the general features of her bridge, deck gear and...

By: David Spy - 35’ yawl, designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by the Hinckley Yard, Southwest Harbor, ME. Model type: Half Hull, Sail...

By: William E. Hitchcock - PD 139 - This model of a typical British tramp coastal steamer is an effort to simulate the builder's style...

By: Scott Chambers - Sir Thomas Lipton’s J-Class, cutter yacht, America’s Cup challenger of 1930. Waterline lift hull construction, natural mahogany bottom, dk.green topsides, white...

By: Bobb Tomsett - This charming model depicts a cruising schooner of 38’ 8” in overall length. It was built for W. O’Sullivan Dimfel of...

By: William H. Eisele - Beautiful ivory model depicts this well designed British 12-gun ketch, built at Chatham Dockyard and launched on October 21, 1752...

By: Bobb Tomsett - British cutter yacht, built by George L. Watson in 1878 for James Coats, Jr. of the Coats and Clark family. She...

By: Roy O. Jenkins - Three-masted 185' schooner yacht, built 1903 at Shooter's Island, NY. In 1905 she set a record as a pleasure vessel...

By: William H. Eisele Chinese Junk - Luhu Rice Boat c. 1875 This rice boat junk is called after a town on the Tienshan Lake...

By: Stephen W. Henninger - 60’ Little Harbor Sloop. The model depicts all the general features of her deck, deck gear and hull lines; and...

By: Joaquim Maristany - Shadowbox presentation of the White Star Line'ss ill-fated liner built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast, and launched May 31, 1911,...

By: Scott Chambers - Famous schooner yacht which was built in New York in 1851. Being the first American yacht to sail to England and...

By: Pat Cummings - One of the earliest & largest one-design classes in the world, the Star was the only international one-design racing class. William...

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