Links & Contacts

Build a Boat

mjmyachts.com  Downeast style meets the future.

tiarayachts.com  Style and speed from one of America’s great builders.

southportboats.com  The center console at the next level.

alerionyachts.com  Simple, graceful sailing.

hansegroup.com  Fast cruising with euro flair.

hinckleyyachts.com  Building amazing boats for a long time.

jboats.com  If you sail you click.

dieselducks.com  Powerboats that go to sea by George Buehler. Read his book.

nordhavn.com  Powerboats and motorsailers that have gone everywhere.

sixrivermarine.com  A Maine boatbuilder and repairer you should know.

lowellbrothers.com  Great-grandsons of Pappy Frost, the Wizard of Beals. Some great videos of the lobster hull at speed.

krogenexpress.com  The Grand Compromise flagship.

Buy stuff for your boat

obersheimers.com  Obersheimer Sailor Supply. Just what it sounds like.

Learn stuff

bluewaterboats.org  A great place to start looking for your offshore sailboat.

sailboatdata.com  Name says it all

setsail.com  A fresh take on what makes a good offshore powerboat. The Dashews are a great resource.

boatus.com  This has a ton of stuff on it, including boat reviews.

powerboatguide.com  This has capsule descriptions of many boats, useful when starting a search.

yachtworld.com  The gold standard in yacht search Multiple Listing Services.

maineboats.com  The magazine that thought I could write.

soundingsonline.com  Another magazine with the same delusion.

milemarker0icw.blogspot.com  This is a local blog about happenings around our office location.

hmy.com/a-timeline-of-ships-boats-and-yachts  This is a link shared shared with me by a young boat enthusiast.

Contacts

Email me  Sometimes I take criticism well. Leave the subject line as is to get through.

northpointyachtsales.com  This is where I hang out. Additional contact info here.


marmac093 - Version 2

This is the twin screw Hinckley 42 foot powerboat Marmac built in 1938, later named Victoria III. I last saw her in the 1980's in Florida. I hope she is still afloat. The name Marmac is a combination of the names of the owner's two children, Martha and Macomber, both now deceased. Martha was my mother. Becoming a boat nut starts early.


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