News from Brooklin Boat Yard

APHRODITE Video

 Video by Off Center Harbor featuring the restoration of APHRODITE at Brooklin Boat...

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PARDON ME PROJECT UNDERWAY

In mid July, PARDON ME was moved into the main shop to begin her restoration work. Since the first order of business is to replace the bottom, all machinery and interior components were removed, the boat was rolled upside down, placed on a specially constructed cradle...

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Brooklin Boat Yard to Build Custom Jim Taylor-Designed Sloop

Brooklin Boat Yard will begin construction of 49-foot cold-molded sailboat designed by Jim Taylor of Marblehead, Massachusetts, in June. The yacht is a lightweight, performance-oriented sloop with a traditional aesthetic above the waterline and a modern underbody...

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WHAT’S NEXT?

Brooklin Boat Yard is very pleased to announce that working in conjunction with designer Jim Taylor we will begin construction of a new 49' Spirit of Tradition Cruiser / Racer starting in early to mid-summer 2013. This is now the second time Brooklin Boat Yard has...

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Moving Day

A very active day here at Brooklin Boat Yard as the hull for SONNY (70' Dieter Empacher designed sloop) was first moved out of the Main Shop then picked up by the Travel Lift to be rotated right-side up, set on her keel and finally moved back...

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Maine Boatbuilders Show

Brooklin Boat Yard will be an exhibitor at the Maine Boat Builders Show (March 15-17) in Portland, Maine. On exhibit will be one of our newest boats DUCK SOUP which we launched in 2012. We hope you’ll stop by, have a look at DUCK SOUP and talk with us about any...

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Planking Begins on SONNY

Planking started today (December 19, 2012) on the 70' Dieter Empacher sloop SONNY currently under construction here at Brooklin Boat Yard and scheduled for launching late summer early fall of 2013. This first of 4 layers of planking is 3" toungue & groove Douglas...

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Bruce Johnson to Represent BBY

BELFAST, BROOKLIN, AND ROCKPORT, MAINE – June 4, 2012 –Three independent yacht yards in mid-coast Maine are appointing Bruce Johnson, formerly of Sparkman & Stephens, as their business development executive. Brooklin Boat Yard, Front Street Shipyard and Rockport...

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