Tyrone was designed by S. Sturgis Crocker and built by Simms Brothers, Dorchester, Ma. in 1939, to be an offshore passage maker. She is very ruggedly built, with 1 and 5/8-inch Honduras mahogany screwed to 2 and ½ - inch double sawn oak frames, on 16 inch centers. Garboards are two inches thick. All bronze fastened, her decks are constructed of teak. She carries outside lead ballast. Power is a Cummins 210B diesel. Gross tonnage is 48 tons. Tyrone is 75 feet over all, 60 feet on the deck and 50 feet at the water line. Beam is 15 feet, depth 8’6”, and carries 1805 feet of sail. The schooner has made several trips to Ireland, has sailed to Hawaii, and cruised in Alaska. In 1994, she was awarded “Most Beautiful Boat” at Antigua Race Week.
Tyrone sleeps nine. For chartering we afford six berths in two separate cabins. The forward cabin has 4 single berths and a basin. The main saloon has two double berths. The toilet, aka the "head", has a shower with running water.
The stove has four burners and a double oven. There is a refrigerator and small freezer compartment, and running water.
Additional equipment: BBQ Grill. If requested, we can include a one person kayak.
This classic 28 footer was featured in the January 1967 issue of Yachting Magazine. Built of cold molded mahogany and powered with Volvo inboard/outboard, Cinzia was designed by renowned marine architect, Ray Hunt, who revolutionized the boating world with the deep-v "hydrolift" hull form made famous by the Bertram 28's and 31's. Cinzia shares hull form with these two legendary boats, providing an efficient, smooth ride. She's great for runs to Nantucket, exploring the island's big harbor, or nosing close to a Monomoy beach for a remote walk and a swim.
Cinzia sleeps two in a forward v berth. She also has a settee in the cabin located across the galley. There is a toilet and a sink.
Cinzia has a stove, an oven and a refrigerator. There is cold running water.
GPS and VHF
Additional equipment: BBQ Grill. If requested we can include a one-man kayak.