Save a Classic

Take a look at these classic yachts of high pedigree that are currently in need of restoration and a renewed life.
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Q-Boat Robin

1928 Frank Paine Designed Q class sloop. 49’LOA, 31’LWL, 9’6” beam 7’6” draft. She was the fastest Q of her day four time winner of the Puritan Cup, the annual regatta at Marblehead’s Eastern Yacht Club. She needs a new deck, trunk cabin, cockpit and interior. Her hull can be fixed up rather easily. She has a Yanmar 3JH installed in 1999 with low hours. This sailing yacht is ripe for restoration.
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Two Into One

Two Cox & Stevens designed Seawanhaka Schooners, built side-by-side in 1925 at Bath Iron Works in Maine, are in very different stages of repair. We present a proposal for combining the best of each into one classic boat.
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The famous sailing yacht, was featured in a 2008 edition of Wooden Boat Magazine. This 73' yawl was one of the three great yachts of her time, along with "Bolero” and "Baruna". If you or someone you know, dreams of owning a classic yacht, this is a wonderful opportunity. With her centerboard and 8' draft, she is ideal for cruising. Her pedigree is second to none. Sail into nautical history and enjoy a spectacular yacht by restoring a slice of Americana. For more information, contact Paul Kaplan at (510) 307-7900, email Paul
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