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America's Cup Reliance model imageIn addition to our gallery of exceptional nautical antiques, fine marine art, hard to find navigation instruments, vintage dive helmets and edged weapons, Land And Sea Collection also offers high quality, ready built contemporary boat and ship models, mainly of classic, American designs. These include a number of Herreshoff designs, the stunning J Class America ’s Cup racing boats of the 1930s, some beautiful schooners, classic motor yachts and much more. 

 

In more detail, our complete line includes completely finished full hull models of the Schooners    America, and two sizes of Bluenose, a Chesapeake Bay Skipjack, the much admired Herreshoff 12.5. Our catboats include the Marshall Sanderling, Crosby, and Beetle.  

 

The collection of J Class includes Endeavour, Rainbow, and Shamrock, offered as both full models and half hulls. Pictured at the left is Reliance which won the America's Cup in 1903. She  is the fourth defender from the famous designer Nat Herreshoff, and reportedly is the largest gaff-rigged cutter ever built. She preceded the J Class Era. Reliance may be purchased on this page, http://landandseacollection.com/id4.html

 

In motorboats, we offer Chris Craft's Barrel Back, the 1929 38' Express Commuter, 1942 Twin Cockpit runabout, a Triple Cockpit runabout, and the 17 foot Utility. In other motor vessels we have a classic 1920 motor yacht, and an authentically detailed lobster boat.

 

     Scroll down to find an extensive list of all of our models in alphabetical order. Just a “click” on the name alongside the picture will take you to a detailed listing of each item.

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Vessel's Name

Hull Size L.O.A. Top of Mast Beam
ADVENTURESS
The 1913 built schooner yacht and pilot boat Adventuress is a National Historic Vessel and an excellent example of the "fisherman profile" designs of Bowdoin B. Crowninshield, a noted early 20th century American naval architect.
30" 39" 35" 6"
AMERICA
On August 22, 1851, the low black schooner America sailed around the Isle of Wight in a race to win a silver pitcher from the Royal Yacht Squadron. Beating 14 other yachts to the finish, she gave birth to the America's Cup series over the years.
26" 37" 30.5" 6"
BEETLE CAT
The Beetle Cat is one of the most successful low cost day sailers around. This boating tradition was started by the Beetle family back in 1920, today is carried on by Beetle Inc. A neat little boat that many have learned how to sail in.
12.5" 16" 18" 6.5"
BLUENOSE REGULAR
Designed to meet the race rules set for competing for the William H. Dennis trophy, the Canadian, Bluenose was 141 feet overall and 111 feet on the waterline. Bluenose and launched with great fanfare on March 26, 1921.
27.5" 34" 29.5" 5.25"
BLUENOSE LARGE
Famous Canadian racing schooner of the 1920's comes in this larger size too.
37" 47" 40.5" 7.25"
BRILLIANT LARGE
A NEW, larger version of the Mystic Seaport sail training schooner which has trained thousands of children, and adults since 1953 in the lore of the sea and ships. This BRILLIANT is 50% larger, no more expensive than a smaller version and ships for less money.
22.75" 28" 32" 5.25"
CROSBY CAT
In operation since 1850, but boat building goes back more generations than that. Jesse and Daniel Crosby learned the trade in the late 1700s from their father.The first Crosby Catboat was introduced in 1798, and is the most recognizable name in cat boats
22" 25" 36" 9"
CHRIS CRAFT BARREL BACK
Just prior to WW II the "Barrel-Back" style was introduced. With its curved transom, created a sleek look took the market by storm. Post-war at Chris-Craft was felt in increasing sales and this became one of the most famous of all Chris Craft models.
22.5" 22.5" 8" 7.25"
CHRIS CRAFT COMMUTER
In 1929 the "Commuter" a racy Hudson River express style became the rage. Its foreword cockpit, low trunk cabin and flying bridge brought in a new day in speedy design. Chris-Craft lead the field in this rich man's Wall Street toy.
27.5" 27.5" 12.5" 5.5"
CHRIS CRAFT UTILITY
The Chris Craft Utility was a favorite for family fun on the water. They were built after the depression to offer runabouts with less features at more affordable prices.
21" 21" 7.5" 7.5"
CHRIS CRAFT 3 COCKPIT
A 1934 Chris Craft 28 foot Triple Cockpit speedboat that originally sold for what was then a very high price of $4975.00. The largest and most impressive of the Chris Craft speedboats.
27" 27" 8" 7.5"
CHRIS CRAFT 1942 2 COCKPIT
Another outstanding design of the 1940's by Chris Craft.
23" 23" 8" 7.25"
ENDEAVOUR 32"
Aircraft magnet, Thomas J. Sopwith's challenger for the 1934 America's Cup was Endeavour. She was designer Charles Nicholson's third J-Class and maybe his prettiest.
32" 32" 45.5" 5.5"
HALF HULL COLLECTION
The collection includes HALF HULL MODELS of Crosby Cat, Schooner AMERICA, J Class ENDEAVOUR, ENTERPRISE, RAINBOW, RANGER and SHAMROCK V, the Herreshoff 12.5 Dough dish, and larger Crosby cat. All are built to the same high standards of our other models.
30" 30"-39" 35" 6"
HERRESHOFF 12 1/2
Known variously as a "Buzzards Bay Boy Boat," or a "Dough dish," Nathaniel Green Herreshoff designed and built the first of these small and "one-design" sport sailers in 1914. Capable of seating several people, they measured only 12.5 feet at the waterline and originally sold for $420 vs. $28,000 today.
15" 15" 24.5" 6.25"
HERRESHOFF NEW YORK 30
The classically elegant Herreshoff designed and built, 43' sailing class, the NYYC 30. (New York Yacht Club 30). Just 18 were ever built starting in 1905. They are widely regarded as one of the most famous designs of the legendary yacht designer and builder, Nathanial Greene Herreshoff, the "Wizard of Bristol“.
21.5" 25.5" 28" 4.5"
INTERNATIONAL ONE DESIGN - IOD
The 1936 built one design racing sailboat conceived by Cornelius Shields changed the face of racing on Long Island Sound and continues as an active class today. The IOD Class has fleets in the U.S., Bermuda, and other countries.
25" 25" 37" 5.25"
LIGHTNING ONE DESIGN CLASS
The Lightning is one of the largest racing and day sailing classes in the world. This 19 foot classic was designed by Olin Stephens in 1938, and has grown to 15,000 boats in 500 Fleets worldwide. An outstanding boat in which many have learned how to sail and race.
19" 22" 34" 6.75"
LOBSTER BOAT
A classic style Maine lobster boat as can be seen running helter and skelter over the waters of New England laying and hauling lobster pots. These rugged boat are designed to brave the harsh conditions that may be encountered.
17" 17" 8.25" 5.25"
MARSHALL 18 SANDERLING
In 1962 Breck Marshall undertook an exhaustive study to recreate the best of the catboat designs. That same year saw the first Sanderling built, using fiberglass construction. For over 30 years, The Marshall Company's Sanderling has been a leader in the industry.
18.2" 18.2" 31.5" 8.5"
1930'S MOTOR YACHT
This model typifies the motor yachts that were popular during the period, 1920-1930 as built by American Car and Foundry, Consolidated, Chris Craft, Mathews, and Elco among others. Reportedly, she is of MISTRAL a West Coast boat
26" 26" 15" 6.5"
RAINBOW 32"
The 1934 match race was between Endeavour and the defender,Rainbow. Rainbow was a light weather boat and Endeavour came close to lifting the Cup, a vital tactical error by Sopwith lost them a "certain" 3rd race. (He did not cover the boat behind!
32" 32" 45.5" 5.5"
RELIANCE 50"
1903 America's Cup winner Reliance. Built by Herreshoff Mfg. to defend the cup in 1903. The Reliance was the largest cup boat ever built.Reliance had more than 16,000 sq. ft of sail area and was over 143' long.
36" 50.5" 50.5" 6.5"
SABINO"
The coastal steamer SABINO, was launched in East Boothbay, Maine in 1908. Most of he life was spent running the Damariscotta, Kebbebec rivers and Casco Bay. She is a major attraction at Mystic Seaport.
14.5" 14.5" 13.8" 5.4"
SHAMROCK V 30"
The most celebrated yachtsman ever to challenge for the America's Cup was the self-made millionaire Sir Thomas Lipton. Born to an Irish grocer in a Glasgow tenement, Lipton mounted the first of his five challenges under the auspices of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club in 1898.This was the 5th of his loosing challengers.
30" 30" 45" 5"
SKIPJACK MINNIE V
In the late 1800's and early 1900's, skipjacks were familiar sights in every port on the Chesapeake Bay. The captains and crews were hardy souls who earned a living in the harsh conditions of wintertime dredging for oysters under sail.
19" 29.5" 28" 6.5"


 


Vessel's Name Hull Size L.O.A. Top of Mast Beam
ADVENTURESS
The 1913 built schooner yacht and pilot boat Adventuress is a National Historic Vessel and an excellent example of the "fisherman profile" designs of Bowdoin B. Crowninshield, a noted early 20th century American naval architect.
30" 39" 35" 6"
AMISTAD
A replica of this slave trader was built at Mystic Seaport and is off on a cruise to Europe in 2007. The NEW AMISTAD tells the story of the life and conditions of those involved. The ship serves as a floating class room when in port, telling the story of capture, enslavement and trial.
21" 30.5" 25" 5.75"
AMERICA
On August 22, 1851, the low black schooner America sailed around the Isle of Wight in a race to win a silver pitcher from the Royal Yacht Squadron. Beating 14 other yachts to the finish, she gave birth to the America's Cup series over the years.
26" 37" 30.5" 6"
BEETLE CAT
The Beetle Cat is one of the most successful low cost daysailers around. This boating tradition was started by the Beetle family back in 1920, today is carried on by Beetle Inc. A neat little boat that many have learned how to sail in.
12.5" 16" 18" 6.5"
BLUENOSE REGULAR
Designed to meet the race rules set for competing for the William H. Dennis trophy, the Canadian, Bluenose was 141 feet overall and 111 feet on the waterline. Bluenose and launched with great fanfare on March 26, 1921.
27.5" 34" 29.5" 5.25"
BLUENOSE LARGE
Famous Canadian racing schooner of the 1920's comes in this larger size too.
37" 47" 40.5" 7.25"
CROSBY CAT
In operation since 1850, but boatbuilding goes back more generations than that. Jesse and Daniel Crosby learned the trade in the late 1700s from their father.The first Crosby Catboat was introduced in 1798, and is the most recognizable name in cat boats
22" 25" 36" 9"
CHRIS CRAFT BARREL BACK
Just prior to WW II the "Barrel-Back" style was introduced. With its curved transom, created a sleek look took the market by storm. Post-war at Chris-Craft was felt in increasing sales and this became one of the most famous of all Chris Craft models.
22.5" 22.5" 8" 7.25"
CHRIS CRAFT UTILITY
The Chris Craft Utility was a favorite for family fun on the water. They were built after the depression to offer runabouts with less features at more affordable prices.
21" 21" 7.5" 7.5"
CHRIS CRAFT 3 COCKPIT
A 1934 Chris Craft 28 foot Triple Cockpit speedboat that originally sold for what was then a very high price of $4975.00. The largest and most impressive of the Chris Craft speedboats.
27" 27" 8" 7.5"
CHRIS CRAFT 1942 2 COCKPIT
Another outstanding design of the 1940's by Chris Craft.
23" 23" 8" 7.25"
DORADE
One of the first yachts designed by young Olin Stephens, Dorade was a racing cruiser ordered by his father. Her design launched the careers of both Olin and his brother Rod, by winning the 1931 Trans Atlantic and Fastnet Races and launched a world renown firm of naval architects.
26" 26" 34.25" 5-1/8"
DREAMBOAT
The 1926 "Dreamboat" was designed by the Lake Union Drydock Company, just outside of Seattle, WA. and set the standard for raised deck cabin cruisers.
32" 32" 20.5" 8.5"
ENDEAVOUR 32"
Aircraft magnet, Thomas J. Sopwith's challenger for the 1934 America's Cup was Endeavour. She was designer Charles Nicholson's third J-Class and maybe his prettiest.
32" 32" 45.5" 5.5"
ENTERPRISE
Designed by W Starling Burgess, Enterprise was launched on 14 April 1930 and was chosen as the Cup defender, and winner of the series. At 80ft LWL she was shortest of the four US J's. After a 9 year silence, The Cup race was held in 1930 between Thomas Lipton's Shamrock V and the new Enterprise skippered by Harold Vanderbilt. Enterprise won the cup 4 races to none. DISCONTINUED 3/08. 
30.5" 30.5" 45" 5.5"
FRIENDSHIP SLOOP
The Friendship Sloop has no real birth, but was gradually developed starting in the 1800's from the fishing and lobstering needs of the men of Muscongus Bay on the Maine coast.
25" 37" 41.5" 8.5"
GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD
The impetus for Gertrude L. Thebaud was the prospect of capturing the International Fisherman's Trophy from the Nova Scotia fleet. She was named after the wife of a Gloucester, Massachusetts summer resident.
28" 29.5" 26.5" 5.25"
GARWOOD SPEEDSTER
Built as a water version of the popular European sports cars, Wood's answer was a high performance sixteen footer with 2 seats aft of the engine called the "Speedster". Its performance and appearance was similar to a cut-down Miss America racer.
31" 31" 8" 10.5"
HALF HULL COLLECTION
The collection includes HALF HULL MODELS of Schooner AMERICA, J Class ENDEAVOUR, ENTERPRISE, RAINBOW,  RANGER  and SHAMROCK V, the Herreshoff 12.5 Doughdish, and larger Crosby cat. All are built to the same high standards of our other models. 
30" 30"-39" 35" 6"
HERRESHOFF 12 1/2
Known variously as a "Buzzards Bay Boy Boat," or a "Doughdish," Nathaniel Green Herreshoff designed and built the first of these small and "one-design" sport sailers in 1914. Capable of seating several people, they measured only 12.5 feet at the waterline and originally sold for $420 vs. $28,000 today.
15" 15" 24.5" 6.25"
HERRESHOFF S-BOAT
The "S"-Class Boat is a displacement boat that is quick in light air, stiff in a breeze, and remarkably agile in response to her helm. Most were produced between 1919 and 1941 by the world famous Herreshoff Manufacturing Company in Bristol, RI.
27.5" 27.5" 48.5" 7"
HERRESHOFF NEW YORK 30
The classically elegant Herreshoff designed and built, 43' sailing class, the NYYC 30. (New York Yacht Club 30). Just  18 were ever built starting in 1905. They are widely regarded as one of the most famous designs of the legendary yacht designer and builder, Nathanial Greene Herreshoff, the "Wizard of Bristol“.
21.5" 25.5" 28" 4.5"
INTERNATIONAL ONE DESIGN - IOD
The 1936 built one design racing sailboat conceived by Cornelius Shields changed the face of racing on Long Island Sound and continues as an active class today. The IOD Class has fleets in the U.S., Bermuda, and other countries.
25" 25" 37" 5.25"
LOBSTER BOAT
A classic style Maine lobster boat as can be seen running helter and skelter over the waters of New England laying and hauling lobster pots. These rugged boat are designed to brave the harsh conditions that may be encountered.
27" 27" 13.75" 9"
MARSHALL 18 SANDERLING
In 1962 Breck Marshall undertook an exhaustive study to recreate the best of the catboat designs. That same year saw the first Sanderling built, using fiberglass construction. For over 30 years, The Marshall Company's Sanderling has been a leader in the industry. 
18.2" 18.2" 31.5" 8.5"
1930'S MOTOR YACHT
This model typifies the motor yachts that were popular during the period, 1920-1930 as built by American Car and Foundry, Consolidated, Chris Craft, Mathews, and Elco among others. Reportedly, she is of MISTRAL a West Coast boat
26" 26" 15" 6.5"
ODYSSEY
Two brothers, Olin J. and Roderick Stephens, Jr., began their careers as self-taught sailors on Barnstable Bay, Massachusetts. Both entered the marine industry at an early age. With his father's backing, young Olin entered into a partnership with the already successful yacht broker Drake Sparkman, and Sparkman & Stephens, Inc. was formed. Odyssey is one of many results of that effort.
27" 29.5" 36.25" 5.5"
RAINBOW 32"
The 1934 match race was between Endeavour and the defender, Rainbow. Rainbow was a light weather boat and Endeavour came close to lifting the Cup, a vital tactical error by Sopwith lost them a "certain" 3rd race. (He did not cover the boat behind !)
32" 32" 45.5" 5.5"
RELIANCE 50"
1903 America's Cup winner Reliance. Built by Herreshoff Mfg. to defend the cup in 1903. The Reliance was the largest cup boat ever built. Reliance had more than 16,000 sq. ft of sail area and was over 143' long.
36" 50.5" 50.5" 6.5"
SHAMROCK V 30"
The most celebrated yachtsman ever to challenge for the America's Cup was the self-made millionaire Sir Thomas Lipton. Born to an Irish grocer in a Glasgow tenement, Lipton mounted the first of his five challenges under the auspices of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club in 1898. This was the 5th of his loosing challengers.
30" 30" 45" 5"
SKIPJACK MINNIE V
In the late 1800's and early 1900's, skipjacks were familiar sights in every port on the Chesapeake Bay. The captains and crews were hardy souls who earned a living in the harsh conditions of wintertime dredging for oysters under sail.
19" 29.5" 28" 6.5"
WAWONA
Launched in 1897 at H. D. Bendixsen Ship Yard, Fairhaven, California Length: 165 feet Beam: 36 feet Draft: 11 feet 6" Displacement 468 tons On September 12th 1897, master shipbuilder Hans Bendixen launched the largest three masted schooner ever built on the west coast of North America, the Wawona. She still exists today as a National Historic Ship. DISCONTINUED 6/07
33.5" 41.5" 26" 6.75"