HOG PENNY is an impressive Downeast classic that we restored here at the yard. Check out the new article from Soundings Magazine online and read more about this beauty! Photos by Eric Roos
HOMARUS is a Stanley 28 built in 1988 and available through our brokerage for $129,000. She’s a great dayboat or weekend cruiser, with recently varnished teak cabinsides, trim, rails and transom. Ready for the upcoming boating season! Contact Jaime for more details.
TE VAKA is a beautiful 2005 Extended Pilothouse Picnic Boat. Her current owner has made some nice upgrades, including a stainless steel bow pulpit, Edson davits, and new Sunbrella cushions. She has been professionally maintained and kept to the highest standard. For more details, visit the full listing here. Visit our brokerage page for other … Continued
PEREGRINE III is a stunning Pettegrow 30. Her hard chines and semi-displacement hull gives her more speed and better handling than most Downeast boats her size. She is beautifully finished with varnished teak throughout, highlighted by a custom varnished teak, and bronze bow rail. Very well kept, she is ready for the remainder of the … Continued
Come along for a sea trial on MONHEGAN! Enjoy a taste of summer as this Stanley 28 shows off her smooth, quiet, brand new Yanmar 260 diesel engine, installed in early 2018. Take in the beauty of Somes Sound. As we pull into the boatyard, you’ll recognize a few of the beautiful yachts that we’re … Continued
The 2020 Boats of the Year issue of Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors magazine highlights last summer’s cruise by John Williams Boat Company’s founder, Jock Williams, aboard Hokulani, a Stanley 36 built here in 2000. To read the full article “Tips for Older Boaters Planning a Long Cruise: Octogenarian Jock Williams cruised the 2,700-mile Downeast … Continued
HOG PENNY is a well-built Downeast style boat built by Pemaquid Harbor Yachts in 1995. She has been meticulously maintained and cared for by her current owner. Many upgrades by John Williams Boat Co., including a new Yanmar diesel engine and new teak deck, and a recent price reduction! View more specs and details on … Continued
Originally published in Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine. Read the full article here. JOHN “JOCK” WILLIAMS worked at the Hinckley Company in 1971 when he met self-taught boatbuilder and designer Lyford Stanley, and the two talked about making a fiberglass version of Stanley’s 36′ lobster boat. Within the next two years, the pair had … Continued
New Brokerage Listing URSA, Stanley 36. Built in 2003. Listed at $385,000.