Lincolville Wherry (ca 1835-1925)
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Penobscot Bay salmon boat - Scale: 1”:1´ (1:12) - Length over all: 15 3/4” (40 cm)Built to an ancient design probably brought from Europe by the first settlers, these practical small boats were ideal for the in-shore salmon fishery that helped support Maine communities during the...
Grand banks dory (ca 1880-21th century)
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Classic work boat - Scale: 1” (1:12) - Length over all: 16” (41 cm).
Remember 'Captains Courageous?' On the tumultuous seas of the Grand Banks off northern New England, hardy cod fishermen set their handlines from these seemingly fragile cockleshells. Returning to the mother schooner each evening, the dories were designed to nest one inside another on deck...
Swampscott dory
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A New England tradition - Scale: 1” (1:12) - Length over all: 18” (46 cm)Swampscott dories were the most highly refined variant of the dory type ever built, making them the aristocrats of dories. Originally built for inshore fishing and lobstering along the coast of Massachusetts, their speed, ease of handling and low cost soon made them popular as recreational sailboats. Developed when...
New bedford whale boat (ca 1850-1970)
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New Bedford boat - Scale: 1/3” (1:36) - Length over all: 10” (26 cm)New Bedford boat builders were responsible for developing a nearly perfect design for a light, seaworthy, capacious boat to be used in the open ocean for the dangerous business of whaling. After the sinking of the whaleship...
Friendship sloop (ca 1900)
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Friendship sloop - Scale 1/2” (1:24) / 1” (1:12) - Length over all 16” (40 cm) / 31” (80 cm)The winning combination of seaworthiness, sailpower, and elegant lines was developed in a type of sloop built in Friendship, Maine. Originally used to fish offshore on the Georges Banks, these classics have found popularity as small yachts. Our Friendship sloops are based on a typical...
Spray (1895)
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First singlehanded circumnavigation - Scale: 3/8” (1:32) - Length over all: 25” (64 cm)Capt. Joshua Slocum’s account of his historic voyage in the SPRAY, Sailing Alone Around The World, is one of the greatest adventure stories of all times. Sailing for 3 years in his rebuilt 100 year old oyster smack, Capt. Slocum’s trip is regarded, even today...