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

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Watch Hill 15

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By: George R. Bullitt Only a few months before the Herreshoff Mfg. Co. would be offered for sale at public auction they built eleven boats,...

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...

By: Wilford H. Hooper - Successful America’s Cup defender of 1893 defeated the British Challenger Valkyrie II. Vigilant was a centerboard sloop owned by C....

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

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"...

Trumpy Yacht

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By: Joaquim Maristany Custom made shadowbox of a classic restored Trumpy yacht off the coast of Maine. This artistic ship’s portrait is done in the...

Sylvie

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By: Mark C. Wilkins New York Yacht Club centerboard schooner America's Cup contender of 1870, owned by E. Dodge LOA: 129'; Mast: 84'; 106.2 Tons....

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

Spray

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By: Artist Unknown A near scale model of a small (30’) plumb stem harbor motor launch circa 1940’s era. All mahogany wood lapstrake hull construction...

By: John R. Haynes 46’ Jarvis Newman lobster boat, motor yacht Model type: Fishing, Power, Yachting Scale: 1/2" = 1' Class: A Code: CUS 1402

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: Marcelo C. Ossó - America’s Cup challenger of 1903, designed by William Fife, Jr. & built by William Denny & Bros., for Sir Thomas...

Sandbagger

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By: ANTIQUE Models, POND MODELS, Artist Unknown The Sandbaggers were small, flat, beamy centerboard sailing craft with enormous sail plans, to balance the crew of...

By: Stephen W. Henninger Royal Viking Star was built for Royal Viking Line in 1972. Royal Viking Star was the first of three sisterships, the...

Reliance

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By: Wilford H. Hooper The celebrated J-Class sloop, designed by Nathanial Herreshoff, successfully defended the America’s Cup in 1903. The largest single-masted vessel ever built,...

Rainbow II

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By: Marcelo C. Ossó This classic run-about is is constructed of a wooden hull with epoxy coating, the wood deck is of cedar and mahogany,...

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....

Puritan

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By: Joaquim Maristany Miniature shadowbox presentation of the New York Yacht Club’s America’s Cup Defender of 1885, PURITAN, which was designed by Edward Burgess and...

Puritan

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By: Raymond Langdon Centerboard sloop, built by a syndicate (General Charles J. Paine and J. Malcom Forbes), specifically for the defense of the America's Cup....

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