Search Results

So Far So Good

Sold Popular 

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

Nellie

Sold Popular 

By: Mark C. Wilkins 32’7" Oyster dredging sloop built 1891 in Smithtown, NY. Solid basswood hull with laid deck planking, built-up furniture and deckhouses of...

MS Ayer

Sold Popular 

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. Launched in 1882 at the Burnham Shipyard, Essex, Massachusetts, she was a ‘clipper’-bowed type fishing schooner from an original half...

Kate & Iris

Sold Popular 

By: Bobb Tomsett KATE & IRIS Typical British Maldon and Colchester oyster smacks, built in 1883 and 1902, respectively. Carved of agba, painted black topsides....

Ingomar

Sold Popular 

By: Alexander F. Bellinger Gloucester fishing schooner, designed by Tom McManus, 1904, built byu Tarr & James in Essex. She had a long, productive career...

Viola

Sold Popular 

By: William E. Hitchcock The Viola was built in 1910 by the Arthur D. Story Shipyard at Essex, Massachusetts. Her length was 125', beam 26.1',...

Little Hattie

Sold Popular 

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. This Friendship sloop, a fine example of the perfected design, was built by Wilbur Morse in Friendship, Maine c. 1900....

Sunbeam

Sold Popular 

By: Richard S. Glanville This classic whaling bark was built at Mattapoisett, MA in 1856. Between May 1856 and August 1908 she made 15 whaling...

Mako 18 & 19

Sold Popular 

By: John R. Haynes Early Mako design 181 & 19 - Center console outboard Model type: Fishing, Power, Yachting Scale: 5/8" = 1' Class: A...

By: William E. Hitchcock, Nader Taheri The largest 2-masted Gloucester fishing schooner, TATTLER, built in 1901 for D.B. Smith at the Arthur D. Story yard...

York Delaware Ducker

Sold Popular 

By: George R. Bullitt Whether known as Rail-Bird boats, rail gunning skiffs, reed bird skiffs, push skiffs or pole skiffs, Howard Chapelle has called these...

Hannah

Sold Popular 

By: Raymond Langdon This model depicts the 78-ton Marblehead schooner, probably originally owned by Colonel John Lee of Manchester. It is shown it its merchant...

LA Dunton

Sold Popular 

By: Gilbert Charbonneau Ship-in-bottle of the 123' McManus-designed Gloucester fishing schooner under sail. Built by Arthur D. Story and launched in 1921, L. A. Dunton...

Stiletto

Sold Popular 

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. Launched in 1910 at Gloucester, STILETTO was a semi-knockabout designed by Thomas McManus. She engaged in every branch of the...

Essex

Sold Popular 

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. The Essex pinky became popular c.1820, the design embodied sea-worthiness, comfort in heavy weather and good sailing qualities, combined with...

Maine Strike

Sold Popular 

By: Alfred (Fred) Huffman Model depicts a 50' 4" twin-screw custom-built sport fisherman designed by J. Kingdon in 1983. The hull design was engineered primarily...

Evelina M. Goulart

Sold Popular 

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr.  (1944 - ) Auxiliary powered Gloucester fishing schooner designed and built by Arthur D. Story, Essex, MA, 1927 for Capt....

Yarmouth Pinky

Sold Popular 

By: Erik Ronnberg Sr. The double-ended hull design or ‘pinked stern’ made this weatherly and sea-worthy schooner a successful Mackerel fisheries design from the 1720’s...

Mermaid

Sold Popular 

By: Bernd Braatz Waterline presentation shows this classic colonial fishing schooner or ‘heal tapper’ of the type built in Marblehead or Beverly, Massachusetts circa early...

Peterhead Whaleboat

Sold Popular 

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

Page 1 of 2
Scroll to Top