Scots Miss: History in a Weatherhead Ketch
Posted on March 31st 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
The Scots Miss was built in 1932, and was converted for pleasure use in 1964.
Sea Ray Semi-Custom: Sundancer and Sunsport
Posted on March 22nd 2014 - Kim Kavin
Sea Ray isn't known for building boats over 60 feet, nor are they known for semi-custom models. The 630 Sundancer and Sunsport, however, offer some ...
Tommy Lee: A Thames Tug Goes Cruising
Posted on March 11th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
Planning to go cruising in the canals of England or France on your own boat? This converted tug is already in Europe and ready to ...
Sailing Superyacht Adela: Almighty Ride
Posted on March 2nd 2014 - Louay Habib
Adela is more than a century old, but thanks to a superb refit she is still a wild ride.
Hunter 456: Popular Coastal Cruiser or Liveaboard Sailboat
Posted on January 31st 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
If you’re looking for a coastal cruiser that is also the quintessential liveaboard, the Hunter 456 may suit your needs.
Unique Historic Yacht Opportunity: Minesweeper Tongham
Posted on January 25th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
You could be the first on your dock to own a historic minesweeper—and then nobody would mess with you.
Washingtonian: Classic Trumpy
Posted on January 9th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
This is one classic wooden boat that’s well-maintained, and in good shape.
Cal 30: Cruising a Sailboat’s Golden Years
Posted on December 19th 2013 - Zuzana Prochazka
This classic plastic shows us how to age with dignity, as many “antique” Cal 30 sailboats continue cruising today.
Acania: Steel Fantail Yacht with a Colorful Past
Posted on December 4th 2013 - Zuzana Prochazka
This fantail yacht, built in 1929 and now available for purchase, offers the chance to own a piece of history.
Elise of London: Schooner Restoration
Posted on November 6th 2013 - Zuzana Prochazka
This William Fife gaff-rigged schooner is ready for her next life.