Boats For Sale



Haven 12 1/2

(projected completion May 2024)

Price Negotiable (20-25k)

Located: Massachusetts

This Haven 12 1/2 is currently being built by our high school apprentices under the instruction of professional boat builders. Planking is cedar on oak with copper and bronze fasteners.  The boat is on schedule to be completed during the 2023-24 school year including hull and spars (possibly sails as well, we would prefer to have an owner prior to making sails).  Please get in touch for more information.

22′ Custom Amesbury Skiff “Tuckernut”

$34,900  $23,900

Located: Amesbury, MA

TUCKERNUT is a 21’10” Custom DownEast Skiff.  The hull is cedar lapstrake over oak and the cockpit is trimmed in teak and mahogany.  The cabin has two single berths and forward storage.  Finished “Herreshoff-style” with white ceiling and varnished wood work and detailed carved accents, the cabin feels larger than typical and is a pleasure to be in. She was the last boat of its type built by Lowell’s Boat Shop, Amesbury Massachusetts.  Over the past eighty years the Lowell Amesbury Skiff, the inspiration for the TUCKERNUT, has earned a reputation for being an exceptionally stable, seaworthy, and rugged boat.  An adaptation of the Surf Dory, it was initially developed for inboard power and is now modified to take advantage of today’s high-powered, lightweight outboard engines.  The hull is flat-bottomed with flared, rounded, lapstrake sides, making these boats surprisingly dry and easy to maneuver. An early slogan was, “She’ll get you home in weather you had no business going out in!” TUCKERNUT  is currently powered with a 90 HP Evinrude E-tech that has fewer than 10 hours since it was completely serviced. The engine sits forward of the transom in a well.  There are 4 permanently mounted and individually linked 9 gallon gas tanks. She cruises comfortably at 16-18 knots with a maximum speed of 30 knots.  She has a bimini top and a custom designed full canvas enclosure, comprised of 6 individual panels with isinglass and zippered screens, making her suitable for all manner of weather.   Auto-pilot and trim tabs make for easy cruising.


15′ Lowell Atlantic Skiff

(built in 2000)

Priced to Sell at


Located: Vermont

“The Lowell Atlantic is a light variation of Lowell’s Salisbury Point Rowing Skiff that was originally introduced for recreational use in the 1880’s.  The Atlantic is designed for use on the open ocean by the experienced sculler or by the beginning recreational rower who wants a fast, safe family boat.  Traditional lines, exhilarating speed, and excellent sea-keeping abilities make this beautiful boat a joy to row.  At 150 pounds, the Lowell Atlantic can be easily launched and recovered single-handedly.  The Lowell Atlantic can be rowed by one or two people from standard stationary seats using standard oars, or optionally, a third seat can be added for a passenger.  This boat can also be fitted with a removable sliding seat for solo use (not included).”

  Atlantic Skiff specifications:

Oar socket spans: 

  • Stern:  36 inches
  • Center:  40 inches
  • Bow:  39 inches

Length overall: 15 feet                              

Beam: 44 inches                                                  

Depth @ midships: 13 inches                                      

Weight (approx.): 150 pounds

Included with the the boat:

  • 4 Shaw and Tenney oars for the boat
  • 4 horn oarlocks
  • Canvas cover
  • New Loadrite trailer                    



15′ Lowell Sailboat


Located: Virginia

15′ Lowell Sailboat in like new condition, built in 2013. Hull is planked with cypress, with locust timbers and hand-peened copper rivet fastenings. Mahogany transom and seating (sapele) with bow and stern lockers, white oak inwale and outwale. Sprit rigged.  Interior is naturally finished

Included is one pair of oars, sail and sailing rig, rudder and tiller, and teak floorboards

Torqeedo Electric 1003 Long Shaft (It has been used 3 times and probably doesn’t have 3 hours on the motor) $1400

Trailer  $900


17′ Salisbury Point Rowing Skiff


Location: Midcoast Maine

17′ Salisbury Point Rowing Skiff built by Lowell’s Boat Shop in 2006.  She is cedar plank on oak frame with copper and bronze fasteners. The boat is traditionally built with caulked seams on the bottom which means it will not lend itself to dry sailing . Boat is painted inside and out (no varnish) and comes with floorboards, 2 pair Shaw & Tenney oars, trailer, and cover.


17′ Salisbury Point Rowing Skiff


Located: Jamestown  RI

17′ Mahogany on oak Salisbury point rowing skiff built in 1986.  It’s bee hardly used and kept up in perfect condition.  This is a perfect boat for tandem rowing.  No trailer but does come with the following:

  • Four pairs of 8-foot oars Shaw & Tenney. Two are longer/narrower blades.
  • Wilcox Crittenden oarlock hardware.
  • Painted blue bottom encapsulated in West System Epoxy and Fiberglass.
  • Mahogany and oak construction with no butt joints.
  • Varnish finish in excellent condition.
  • Custom cover by Seacoast Canvas.
  • Blue non-skid floor removable floorboards

16′ Long Point Skiff


Located in MA – South Shore

Recently refinished 10 year old, 16′ skiff built by Lowell Boat Shop. Okoume plywood hull fiberglassed in and out. 15-hp Mercury engine. Comes with oars, lines, fenders, and cushions.


18′ Lowell Surf Sport Dory

built 1986


Located: Wisconsin

The boat has always been stored in a climate controlled facility throughout its life. It comes complete with motor, life jackets, fuel tanks, oars, lines and  galvanized trailer.  Also included are all of the original documentation, advertising from the period and personal letters from Jim Odell.

The Honda BF75-100 4 stroke Outboard Motor has recently gone through a complete service. The boat is ready for the water for anyone to enjoy.


16′ Sport Dory

Asking $8,000

Located: Rochester NY

1987 16′ Sport Dory with a 1987 Yamaha 15 hp motor and a 1989 Lil Rider Trailer all in good condition. New lights and wiring done on the trailer this summer. Extras include motor stand, oars and boat cover.