“Madcap” a classic 1924 six meter designed by Frederick Hoyt lovingly restored at IYRS. She finished  second in her class in the North American Championships in 2009 in Newport, Rhode Island; and third in the World championships in her division a week later.
   Measurement certificate, ready to go. lying Newport, Rhode Island. Call Tom Rowe at NYM Yachts 401-683-1616


Coronet , began as a vision of Elizabeth Meyer, who should be credited with the restoration of the “J” boat Shamrock and Endeavour  as well the institution which is undertaking the restoration. Looking at the hulk, it takes real vision to see the light at the end of the tunnel.It took years to get to this point. 
If you are a shipwright, this project is already a dream come true; interesting work, that is liable to last awhile
TJ Perrotti drew the lines based on offsets taken from a model. Apparently he faired both the outside and inside of the frames, which will save a great deal of time on the long run.

Final Day of Racing Classic Yacht Parade

Sunday Morning started with a Parade of Classic Yachts both power and sail. Once again “Elenora” steals the limelight; even from Elvis. She conjures images of times gone by, Edwardian elegance at its best.

A little humor and a little tragedy; as a second Mizzen mast in as many days comes down due to contact between boats.
we raced around Conanicut Island in sunshine, blue skies and a shifty northwest breeze.