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FORMERLY BUILT BY CAPTAIN GEORGE JENNINGS OF NORTHPORT, MAINE, THIS HULL HAS BEEN DEVELOPED FROM THE LINES OF A 44′ PILOT CUTTER OF THE EARLY 1800’S WHEN BOATS WERE BUILT TO PERFORM.

OUR HULL IS HALF THE LENGTH BUT HAS COMPARABLE SPEED, COMFORT AND SEAKEEPING ABILITY OF HER HIGHLY RESPECTED PREDECESSOR.

REFERRED TO AS THE ROLLS ROYCE OF DAY SAILORS, THESE HANDSOME VESSELS WITH THEIR AMPLE BEAM AND RELATIVELY SHOAL DRAFT ARE IDEAL FOR THE WATERS ALONG THE MAINE AND MASSACHUSETTS COASTS, AS WELL AS THE BAHAMAS.

ONCE YOU TAKE THE TILLER IN HAND AND FEEL HOW SMARTLY SHE TAKES HOLD OF THE SLIGHTEST BREEZE . . . HOW SWIFTLY SHE GETS UNDER WAY . . . HOW STEADY AND DEPENDABLE SHE IS IN CHOPPY WATERS, EVEN IN HEAVY SEAS, YOU’LL BE PROUD TO OWN THE INHERITANCE CLASS CUTTER.

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LOA Beam Draft Lead Ballast Sail Area Headroom Auxiliary
22’2″ 7’9″ 2’3″ 1,100 lb. 307 sq. ft. 6’+ 12 HP Auxilliary Outboard Diesel or Electric