Banks Dory The straight and high-sided Lowell Banks Dory was developed in the early nineteenth century to meet the needs of the Banks fishermen
Surf Dory The round-sided Surf Dory, often referred to as the Swampscott-type dory, was developed from the original dory designed by Simeon Lowell with the founding of his shop in 1793
Surf Dory Sail The round-sided Surf Dory, often referred to as the Swampscott-type dory, was developed from the original dory designed by Simeon Lowell with the founding of his shop in 1793.
Salisbury Point Skiff Inspired by the original Surf Dory, the Salisbury Point Rowing Skiff was developed by Lowell’s Boat Shop in the 1860s for recreational use on the river.
Atlantic Skiff The Lowell Atlantic is a light variation of our Salisbury Point Rowing Skiff that was originally introduced for recreational use in the 1860s
Amesbury Skiff Over the past eighty years, the Lowell Amesbury Skiff has earned a reputation for being an exceptionally stable, seaworthy, and rugged boat
Deer Island Skiff Derived from the time-tested Asa Thompson Skiff, the Deer Island Skiff is the newest edition of small rowing tenders that are built at Lowell’s Boat Shop
Merrimack Skiff The Lowell Merrimack Skiff is designed to be a pleasure to row and enjoy on the water. This variation of the Salisbury Point Skiff dates from the 1920’s when outboard motors were first being developed.
Lowell Tender The Lowell Tender is a delight to the discerning yachtsman who imagined that such craft only exist in nautical museums – to be seen but not owned.
Lowell Sailboat The Lowell Sailboat is the only model from Lowell’s Boat Shop that is designed with sailing performance as the primary consideration.