Crafted by Eric Dow’s Boat Shop (Brooklin, Maine) in 2003, MISS BAXTER is a Haven 12 ½ built using modern cold-molded / wood-epoxy construction techniques.
An especially handsome cutter designed by Winthrop Warner in 1934, UNICORN was well and heavily built in 1980 for a long-term yard operator.
KESTRAL is a 50-foot Jim Taylor-designed, racing / cruising sloop that draws its lineage directly from DREADNOUGHT and BLACKFISH.
NORTHERN ROSE is a handy double-ended sloop designed by Joel White. The hull was built by James Pearson and construction was completed by Brooklin Boat Yard.
OTTER is an excellent example of how a boat like the Sabre 38 ages well. Only three owners since first built, regular professional care, and timely upgrades.
SISYPHUS (Concordia Yawl # 41) is a fine example of the class and Concordia lineage. Over the course of this 44 year ownership SISYPHUS has continually benefitted from care at the best of boatyar...
NORTH WIND is a Joel White designed and Brooklin Boat Yard built 35' ketch that has only seen two owners since first built.
Designed by Nat Herreshoff in 1914 the SADIE design is an evolution of his earlier ALERION sloop but a design that incorporated more ballast weight, beam and flare.
The Ostkust design is obviously based on the traditional Swedish folkboats but in Mason’s interpretation with carvel planking, a slightly wider beam, generous sail plan and dramatically raked t...
VENINDE is a William Shaw / Jensen & Sons 24-foot keel-centerboard yawl built in Denmark in 1958.