Rockport Marine Yacht Brokerage
The Rockport Marine brokerage is designed to better serve the yard’s customers while encouraging wooden boat stewardship. Our goal is superior customer service throughout a client’s brokerage experience. We look forward to working with you and appreciate your interest in this firm.
Individuals interested in listing with the brokerage are required to submit a recent marine survey (boats over 19′), photos of the boat taken within the past 6 months that are at least 1280 pixels on the shortest side and a summary of known upcoming maintenance.
Honest presentation of a boat facilitates timely sales. Prospective buyers are more likely to travel for a viewing if they have reviewed a comprehensive survey and are familiar with a boats condition. This attention to detail makes us unique in the yacht sales industry. We’re happy to refer owners and buyers to knowledgeable surveyors for pre-listing or pre-purchase assessments.
About our broker, George Pilgrim
George grew up in Baltimore, Md and started sailing at summer camp in New Hampshire and on the Chesapeake Bay. After graduating from Colorado College, he moved back east to midcoast Maine to teach sailing with the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School and Ocean Classroom Foundation. After a few years teaching sailing on traditional boats, he followed his love of wooden boats into working on classic yachts. George spent time on Sumurun, Marilee and many others and plans to continue sailing on S&S design Sonny for the New England classic regattas. In his spare time George likes to ski, cycle and spend time on the water and he’s looking forward to starting the restoration on his 1947 Hai class sloop Whitewings.