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“Victory Chimes” – 172′ George K. Phillips Chesapeake Ram Schooner – 1900 – $1,200,000
VICTORY CHIMES, built as “EDWIN AND MAUD” being named for the two children of her first Captain, Robert E. Riggen, is the only surviving example of the Chesapeake Ram type schooner in existence today. She was optimized in her design for use on the mid Atlantic and Great Lakes where it was necessary for a [...]See full listing page »
“Halie and Matthew” – 118′ Fiberglass Schooner – 2006 – $1,400,000
The schooner HALIE AND MATTHEW represents a tremendous opportunity to acquire a classic two masted schooner in solid fiberglass construction. She took 6 years to build and is currently operated as a windjammer out of Eastport, Maine. This vessel is Coast Guard inspected and certified for 100 passengers on deck and 36 overnight. Vessel has passed the stability tests and has received her “All Oceans” certification for unrestricted use.
Offered at $1,400,000. The owner may also be interested in selling a half share in this vessel for $800,000.See full listing page »
“Aries” – 115′ Ketch 675000 €
Aries is a 115ft ketch, built and designed by the famous Camper and Nicholson shipyard in Gosport, United Kingdom. The framing of the keel was in 1939 but because of the 2nd World War and family circumstances Aries was first launched in 1952. Her first owner was the tobacco tycoon R.J. Reynolds. Designed for long North Atlantic and Arctic cruising, Aries was given her extremely seaworthy structure and volumous hull form, which gives her interior space and comforts that are normally not found in many (racing) classics of this size, giving Aries an exclusive elegance of style, solidity and reliability.See full listing page »
“Sunshine” – 104′ William Fife III Gaff Rig Schooner – 2004 – $2,500,000 EUR
Built at the Myanmar Shipyard in Yangon between 1999 and 2004, “Sunshine” is a beautiful replica of a schooner built to the design (no.468) drawn up by the legendary designer William Fife III in 1900. A stunning reproduction of a classic golden age of yachting, she exemplifies the idea of racing and excellent comfort of [...]See full listing page »
“Raja Laut” – 102′ Gaff-Topsail Schooner $1,300,000 INACTIVE
Raja… More images may be seen at www.rajalaut.com CLASSIC YACHT RAJA LAUT The Raja Laut is a magnificent gaff-topsail schooner built in the tradition of the 19th century Baltic traders. Behind the classic lines is a modern luxury sailing yacht, easily handled by a crew of 4, equipped with a 300hp engine, watermaker, and the [...]See full listing page »
“Aile Blanche” – 100′ Camper and Nicholson Marconi Rigged Ketch – 1939 – $250,000 SOLD
Aile Blanche is a magnificent vessel that should be saved. She will need approximately 2 years of restoration to be back to her original luster. She is currently sitting on the hard at the Gran Peninsula Shipyard in Ensenada, Mexico and was surveyed in July of 2006. Aile Blanche was built by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport. She was designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson for Rene? Cambastet and was first launched in 1939. The original name was Blanche Neige, hull #466. She is a gorgeous Marconi ketch that will be the perfect project for the right individual/syndicate looking to restore and return her to the racing fleet.See full listing page »
“Timberwind” – 96′ Schooner – 1931 – $650,000
The schooner TIMBERWIND was built in 1931 by Victor Cole at Union Wharf in Portland, Maine. She was launched as PORTLAND PILOT and served as a pilot vessel in Casco Bay, Portland until 1969 when a new pilot boat was built. TIMBERWIND is registered as a national historic landmark in recognition of her service and design in an era that has long past. In 1970 her owners began the process of getting her ready for her second career in the local windjammer fleet. She was moved to Rockport, Maine and the interior was stripped out of the vessel, including her engines; a new interior was built with a large galley and overnight cabins. TIMBERWIND is now USCG certified to carry passengers and has been operating in that service ever since.See full listing page »
“SINCERITY” (ex. MAUCIAU II ex. ESTER VII ex. JANUA) – 88′ Baglietto Ketch – 1928
SINCERITY (ex. MAUCIAU II ex. ESTER VII ex. JANUA) A fine Edwardian lady of elegance and distinction, SINCERITY was built in 1928 by the renowned Baglietto yard of Variazza, Italy, and like any lady with a distinguished pedigree, she is blessed with good bones and unquestionable grace. As evidenced by her lines, she was designed [...]See full listing page »
“Ada C Lore” 85′ Oyster Schooner Passenger Vessel – 1923 – $395000
ADA C. LORE is a United States Coast Guard Inspected passenger schooner rated to carry 49 passengers for day sailing business.
This classic 1923 oyster schooner is a living link to the era of working sail. Built to dredge oysters under sail on Delaware Bay, she underwent a complete rebuild between 1995 and 2000 to be a museum quality restoration. She has all new equipment and machinery and was considered to be in “like new” condition as of 2000.Recently Coast Guard approved for 88 day passengers.
“Lady Sail” – 1976 Sparkman & Stephens Ketch 84′ 990000 Euros
Lady Sail Technical Specifications Flag: Italian Type: Ketch motorsailer Built in: 1976 Builder: SANGERMANI (Italy) Designer: Sparkman & Stephens LOA: 25,60m (84′) Beam: 5,84m (19’2″) Draft: 3,50m (11’4″) Accommodation: For 8 guests in 3 cabins with ensuite heads Gross tonnage: 87 tons Hull: Mahogany, double planking Keel: Lead ballast (15 tons) Main deck: Teak Main [...]See full listing page »