ASTRAPE is a rare and amazing late 1930’s ocean racer that has never been changed (above or below deck) nor ever had her name changed through the subsequent ownerships.
COMET was one of the early six metre yachts designed by Olin Stephens in 1929 for John P. Wilson and like many of his projects she was built at H.B. Nevins in City Island, New York.
ENCONTRO (ex-VALHALLA) was designed by the famous John G. Alden in 1949, to the Cruising Club of America Rule and was built by the great boatyard of Henry R. Hinckley & Co.
FOXHOUND is one of the most iconic of the British ocean racing yachts — the immediate design predecessor and close sister to the famous and royal, racing yawl BLOODHOUND.
The recreation of the legendary 1903 Nathaneal Herreshoff racing schooner by Ed Kastelein. She was the first of nine extraordinary successful racing schooners.