Gleam - 12 Meter Sloop, 14 Passengers
Built in 1937 and beautifully restored by her current owner, Gleam was used as a trial horse in the 1958 America's Cup. She has her original fully appointed interior, which offers comfort for all guests with ample seating, a galley and an enclosed private head. Her beauty and impeccable racing record make Gleam the perfect choice for leisurely cruising, corporate team building or yacht club regattas.
Mariner - 54' Yawl, 12 Passengers
Built in 1950 for Arthur Homer, president of Bethlehem Steel, Mariner was constructed with both racing and cruising in mind. Through the years she has won several prestigious awards including the coveted Marblehead-Halifax Trophy. Her large comfortable cockpit and stunning mahogany salon make Mariner the perfect choice for corporate entertaining, pleasure sailing and family outings.
Northern Light - 12 Meter Sloop, 15 Passengers
Built in 1938, Northern Light has participated in 3 America's Cup Defenses. After her Cup service she raced successfully on the Great Lakes for several years before eventually falling into disrepair and sinking to the bottom of Lake Michigan. Her current owner had her raised from the bottom and lovingly restored her over a two year period. Her spacious main salon and cockpit, in addition to her speed and grace, make Northern Light a delight to sail.
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Onawa - 12 Meter Sloop, 14 Passengers
Built in 1928, Onawa was one of six nearly identical twelve meter yachts built for prominent members of the New York Yacht Club. By 1991, and after a string of owners, she ended up at a boat yard on City Island, New York. Her present owner had her trucked to Newport, Rhode Island and eventually restored Onawa in 2000-2001. Since then, she has participated in the 2001 America's Cup Jubilee in Cowes, England and the 2001 Classic Yacht Series in the Mediterranean.