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|Model||1760's Packet Schooner Replica|
|Class||Antique and Classic|
|Offered By||Artisan Boatworks Inc.|
Glory is a half-scale replica of the Marblehead-Class schooners employed by the British Royal Navy as packet and patrol vessels on the Atlantic seaboard back in the late 1760’s.
She was built by Dr. Allyn May of Vermont and launched at Rockport Marine in 2002. Dr. May’s lifelong dream was to build a wooden boat of his own, and utilizing the plans of legendary builder and designer Howard Chapelle, crafted a vessel of distinction and grace. The boat sailed on Lake Champlain as well as in Canada for several years and has taken part in several War of 1812 reenactments on the Great Lakes. She’s a proper Yankee privateer now with Old Glory flying proud. Huzzah!
Currently GLORY is operating as a six-passenger charter vessel in Portland, Maine. She remains in excellent condition and a recent survey is available.
|Length at Waterline||26.33ft|
|Fresh Water Tank|