103 Concordia Yawls were built between 1938 and 1966. A dozen of these iconic boats entrust their annual care to Rockport Marine.
Designed for the Bahamas and built along Maine’s rocky coast, this boat is at once versatile and playful. The Albury is easy to move on a trailer, comfortable for up to 7 people and the perfect day boat for island hoping. The hull design allows for easy speed and a smooth, seaworthy ride. Rockport Marine offers this cold molded wood hull with custom configurations and finishes. The design is based...Read More
NASHUA is the fourth W.46 racing yacht to be built at Rockport Marine. Designed by Bob Stephens, the W.46s are one-design racing sloops that are competitive in the Spirit of Tradition class across many classic yacht regattas.
ADVENTURESS was designed and built by Fife and Son at the Fife Yard in Fairlie, Scotland in 1924.
ARABESQUE was designed by Fontaine Design Group for cruising New England and day sailing in Long Island Sound.
TRADE WIND was originally built in 1938 for a discerning owner who wanted an elegant floating home.
AYESHA is a centerboard yawl, originally built in 1932 for sailing in shoal waters. She was designed by Philip Rhodes.
The six-meter class, a group of one-design racers that compete to this day, attracted designers such as Herreshoff, Fife and Sparkman and Stephens.
The WILLIAM UNDERWOOD is a sardine carrier, built in 1941 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, at the Simms Brothers yard.
The 65-foot N.G. Herreshoff schooner MARY ROSE (1926) suffered damage to her hull topsides, rails, bow sprit, boomkin, and chain plates during a gale in the fall of 2006.
DRAGONERA arrived at Rockport Marine to receive a new teak deck and have some modifications made to the interior.
The Friendship 36, CARY ALI, is designed to specifications by a current Friendship 40 owner.
In October 2006, Rockport Marine welcomed BRILLIANT to the shop for a new teak deck and transom.
ADVENTURE is a 53-foot historic replica of a 16th century colonial trading vessel designed by the late William Baker.
Over the course of two winters, Rockport Marine replaced the bulwarks, caprails, sheer strakes, covering boards, and bottom planks of SAYONARA.
IMI LOA, designed by Melbourne Smith, is a 32-foot pulling boat used for adventure-based experiential education programs.
PENATES, a 43-foot, commuter-style power boat, was completely restored by Rockport Marine in 2003.
When ZANABE arrived at Rockport Marine, she had been totally gutted inside and out, with no spars or working propulsion.
Spirit of Bermuda
SPIRIT OF BERMUDA is an 112-foot, three-masted schooner based the traditional Bermudian schooners built between 1810 and 1840.
Launched in April 2006, GODSPEED is a replica of one of a three-boat flotilla that came from England to America in 1607.
Almost every aspect of PALMA, a plank-on frame, double-ended daysailer, is custom designed and built.
LYNX, a 76-foot topsail schooner, was designed by Melbourne Smith and is used to educate students about the War of 1812.