20 PLEASANT STREET - PO BOX 6102, GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS, 01930

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Whitehall

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By: Roy O. Jenkins Boston Shipchanlers Whitehall c 1876; loa: 16'2", beam 4'2" Model type: Half Hull Scale: 1" = 1' Size: 20" x 6"...

By: Erford W. Burt Designed for the Martha's Vineyard Shipbuilding Company by Erford W. Burt in 1933, as a racing sloop that snapped through a...

Valkyrie III

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By: Scott Chambers America’s Cup challenger of 1895, keel cutter designed by G. L. Watson. Waterline lift hull construction with mast stub and bow sprit...

Unora

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By: Marsom B. Pratt Sibbic Ratter, designed by Charles Sibbic 1894/96; LOA 27’6”, LWL 19’6”, Beam 6’4”, Draft 4’9”. Model type: Half Hull Scale: 3/4"...

By: Roy O. Jenkins Alpha Beachcomber, designed and buildt by Wm H. Chamberlain, Marblehead, MA 1910. LOA 20' 9"; LQL 16' 1"; Beam 4' 11"...

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...

Shamrock I

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By: Peter Ward America's Cup challenger of 1899, designed by William Fife, Jr.. Waterline lift construction, natural bottom, green top, mast stubs. Stained mahogany backboard...

By: William E. Hitchcock Illustrious 20-gun Salem, Massachusetts privateer was constructed by maverick naval architect John Peck as a ‘miniature frigate’ at Plymouth between 1779...

Ranger

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By: Wilford H. Hooper J-boat, 1937, Cup Defender, Burgess & Stephens design Fully painted: white top, red bottom, cherry backboard Model type: America's Cup, Half...

Ranger

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By: Scott Chambers Successful defender of the 1937 America's Cup Race. She was designed by Starling Burgess and Olin Stephens, and built by Bath Iron...

Rainbow

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By: Scott Chambers - J-Class, America’s Cup Defender, 1934, owned and skippered by Harold Vanderbilt, racing for the New York Yacht Club, designed by, W....

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

Magic

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By: Roy O. Jenkins America's Cup Defender c. 1870, designed by R.F. Loper.  Green bottom, white topsides, natural finish deck & mast stubs, mahogany backboard...

K6

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By: David Spy, Nader Taheri Designed by Paul Handley 2002; Length: 19’; Beam: 6'; Weight: 616 lbs. The entire piece is solid wood including individually...

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

IOD

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By: Peter Ward IOD designed by Bjarne Aas; Waterline lift hull construction, red bottom, green boot, gold cove, natural mahogany top, stained mahogany backboard w/embellishments....

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

Hilda

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By: Peter Ward Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter, 1899. Waterline lift hull construction; black bottom, gold stripe, natural mahogany top; stained mahogany backboard with embellishments. Model...

By: Roy O. Jenkins Herreshoff's most successful design; first manufactured in 1914 Natural bottom, white topsides, natural finish deck & mast stub, mahogany backboard with...

By: Scott Chambers Doughdish, small sailing craft designed by Nathaniel Herreshoff in 1914 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co. in Bristol, Rhode Island. Approximately 360 of...

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