viagra without prescription Ninety-year-old BERNICE came to Rockport Marine for a complete restoration. After many years of racing, then cruising, she needed some new frames, planking, deck and interior. She was restored for a family of four, and the focus was on classic good looks and comfort.
order now The Hodgdon yard of East Boothbay, Maine launched the 55-foot “P-class” gaff-rigged sloop in 1916. BERNICE was designed by George Owen, a contemporary of Nathaniel Herreshoff. Owen was known for producing consistently excellent racing yachts, and for his work developing rating systems.
buy now BERNICE is considered to be the last remaining Owen designed P-class boat. She sailed only a few years in the salt water of the east coast before moving to the Great Lakes. In the late 1920s or early 1930s she was re-rigged to a fractional marconi yawl and an engine was installed to facilitate cruising.