Ernestina-Morrissey Restoration: Preserving a Vast History to be a Living Educational Tool
The Ernestina-Morrissey is once again going to hit the water and embark on a new journey. Serving as the State Ship of Massachusetts, she is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Recreation and Conservation in conjunction with the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. In 2014, the ship was approved to undergo an extensive restoration by Bristol Marine in Boothbay, Maine.
Owner Profile: Steve Eddleston and the 12-meter Weatherly
Weatherly was built by the Luders Marine Construction Company in 1958. Designed by famed naval architect Philllip Rhodes, this 12 Meter Class sloop was built for the purpose of defending the 1958 America’s Cup. Despite losing in 1958, Weatherly returned and became the victorious defender in the 1962 America’s Cup.
The Pure Nature of Sailing: The Herreshoff and IYRS Newport Classic Yacht Regattas
Photo by Jens Lange This August’s Herreshoff Classic Yacht Regatta and September’s IYRS Newport Classic Yacht Regatta served as the sendoff to Rhode Island’s abbreviated summer regatta season. With predominantly […]
The Eggemoggin Reach Regatta has served as the cornerstone of the series since its inception in 1985 successfully offering the opportunity for talented yachtsmen and women to display their athleticism and passion for wooden sailing vessels.
As the dawn of the second world war emerged in 1939, a man conceived a dream to sail around the world with his family. His name was Colonel George S. Patton, a recognized war general whose words, “When the war is over and if I return, Bea and I are going to sail the world,” would inspire the naming of his mighty vessel, thereafter known as the When and If.
The Herreshoff S Class Celebrates 100 Years in Style
Photo: @herreshoff_s_class Starting in the Fall of 1919, the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company built 94 Herreshoff S Class one-design keelboats. It is "guesstimated" that 45-50 of these sweet-sailing 28-footers are still in […]
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