Eloise, hull #1 of our Islander design, blends the lineage of the Bahamian runabouts made famous by the Albury family and downeast lobster boats of Maine. While the design will feel right at home along our rocky coast, Eloise has been delivered to the Bahamas where her open transom will provide easy access in and out of the water. The design brief for Eloise was for a boat capable of occasional inter-island passages,...Read More
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.
REMBRANDT is a classic New England day boat designed by the Rockport Marine design office.
ARABESQUE was designed by Fontaine Design Group for cruising New England and day sailing in Long Island Sound.
The Friendship 36, CARY ALI, is designed to specifications by a current Friendship 40 owner.
ADVENTURE is a 53-foot historic replica of a 16th century colonial trading vessel designed by the late William Baker.
IMI LOA, designed by Melbourne Smith, is a 32-foot pulling boat used for adventure-based experiential education programs.
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.