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Sleeps up to 8 owners/guests in four all-ensuite double staterooms plus versatile crew/extra guest quarters for a total of 8-10 overnight berths; (5) enclosed heads with separate stall showers and 1 day head. LAYOUT FROM FORWARD: Chain locker is followed by the FORWARD 'VIP' GUEST STATEROOM featuring an island queen berth on centerline with storage below; twin opening overhead skylight hatches with screens and blackout shades; dual cedar lined hanging lockers; built-in 20-inch flat screen TV with SAT receiver; ove... read more
In 1923, a group of Columbia Yacht Club members formed a syndicate to build and race a boat to bring the Gold Cup home. She was designed by George Crouch and completed by Henry B. Nevins in 1924.
This faithful reproduction of the "Miss Columbia" hull was built by Bill Cooper & Son of Massachusetts and conforms perfectly to the lines of the original Gold Cup racer.
Commissioned by well-known race boat collector, Phillip Sharples, and used on the St. Lawrence River, the boat is taken directly from George Crouch's original drawings.
This quest for exacting standards is what drove the design... read more
Hull #1 of only five 48 foot Commuter models built by Chris Craft. One of two remaining. Inspired by the success of the 38 foot Commuter, the 48 foot model was Chris Craft's impressive flagship model of the motor yacht fleet.... read more
M/Y Nordstjernan (North Star) is unique and antique. One of the legendary C.G. Pettersson's first major constructions and likely the oldest Salon Boat still in use. Registered by the Motor Yacht Society and recipient of several prizes, including the Motor Yacht society Bollard prize in 2006, she was also displayed at the Everything for Sea Show in Stockholm in 2005 and has been written up in several boat and general publications.
The north star was one of the first yachts built completely of Honduran Mahogany for auto industry executive Emil Salmson in 1905. She was equipped with a... read more