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Category Archives: Boat Building & Launches

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Morris Yachts, Luxury Sailboat Builder, Poised for Act...

With 2008 & 2009 well behind it, Morris Yachts experienced a strong recovery in sales and service in 2010, and the company is poised for a strong 2011 with a “surprisingly large backlog of sail boat orders.”

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Vineyard Haven Harbor Deep in Winter, Yet Here Are Som...

The depths of winter are upon us and Vineyard Haven Harbor shows an empty canvas. Few boats are still at anchor, mostly those with wooden hulls. The twin masts of the Shenandoah are topped by Christmas trees for the holiday season and the docks of the inner harbor are quiet and vacant.

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Arctic Tern Project Glows at Completion, Awaits Spring...

That glow you see emanating from inside the saloon of the recently completed Arctic Tern is the sense of satisfaction that DIY Peter Gron is feeling from arriving at the end of his 6-year trek to the completion of his 23′ sloop Artic Tern.

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Day of Reckoning Approaches as Arctic Tern Project Edg...

The day of recokoning–launch day–is drawing closer for The Arctic Tern Project, a DIY boat building project begun in 2004 by Peter Gron of Gabriola Island, BC, Canada.

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Which Is the Real Vineyard Vixen? You Choose!

The times are getting confusing. If you’re into sailing, you may know what a Vineyard Vixen is. But if you are into wine, you’ll have another idea of what a true Vineyard Vixen looks like. Please see the photos below and decide for yourself.

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Photo Essay: Herreshoff Marine Museum Celebrates the G...

If you’ve ever been boatstruck by a beautiful boat, then the Herreshoff Marine Museum is your kind of place. Filled with boats of all shapes and sizes, mementos and photos, it’s enough to make you wish you had been alive back in the eighteen to nineteen hundreds during the golden age of sail design when….

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Gannon & Benjamin Celebrate Their 30th Business Y...

Gannon & Benjamin Marine Railway, otherwise simply known as G&B, celebrated its 30th year in the business of building beautiful wooden boats at its Vineyard Haven beachfront location on July 24th. Central to the festivities was the book signing on the new book Schooner, written by Tom Dunlop with photography by noted Vineyard shootist Alison Shaw.

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Ross Gannon Launches His Dream Boat at the G&B Bo...

The Gannon & Benjamin Marine Railway in Vineyard Haven, Mass, was the center of the local boating universe at noon on Saturday, July 10th, when co-owner Ross Gannon launched his dream boat, a 47- sloop named Elita.

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Sparkman & Stephens Offers a Beauty That’s ...

Tom Hill, the master of ultralight boatbuilding, wrote the book on the subject and now you can own one of his extraordinary creations. This canoe is a rare find because Hill is not currently building boats to order.

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Morris Yachts’ New M29 Comes to Cedar Point YC S...

Morris Yachts announces that the M29 will be available for Test Sail starting this coming weekend (April 17) and through Mid-May. Hosting the new yacht is the Cedar Point Yacht Club in Westport, Connecticut.

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