Lyra - 1980 Reliance 44 ketch

Sail a vessel that has made a full circumnavigation around the globe. Feel the freedom of wind and water aboard this lovely 44-foot ketch. Reward yourself by taking the helm of this seakindly and responsive vessel, or simply enjoy her fine sailing qualities with a tasty beverage in hand.

Lyra was built to the very highest standards and was launched in 1980. Her first owners sailed her around the world over an eleven-year period.

Lyra's second owner sailed her across the Atlantic Ocean twice. Captain Green bought her in the fall of 2008 and has done extensive work updating the vessel. During the winters of 2013/14 and 16/17 the Brett family cruised Lyra up the East Coast of the US and as far as the Bahamas.

The boat is ketch rigged, which allows a variety of sail combinations. Lyra is 44 feet long with a 6'4" draft and 11'8" beam, making her very seakindly and comfortable to sail. Her wide decks and large foredeck are the perfect place to laze away an afternoon, while her deep cockpit is comfortable and safe. Since she began sailing day trips in Newport, she has come to be an icon of the area.


Sailing Vessel Wren - 1969 Allied Seabreeze 35 yawl

Captain Sam acquired Wren in February of 2021. He chose her for her sweet lines and for the sterling reputation of the Allied built sailboats. She can comfortably seat four guests in the cockpit and six if the her deck space is used. There's lots of great space to spread out in for guests that opt to go on deck. He plans to day sail with On Watch in the summers and to take the boat south for the winters. We very much look forward to adding to her story. As of the spring of 2021, she is receiving a full refit by Captain Sam. Follow her journey on her personal Instagram account.