Mayflower is a 1960 Square-Topsail Ketch designed by Hugh Angleman and built by the American Marine shipyard almost entirely out of teak.  She flies up to six sails at a time inducing the gaff main and mizzen, stay sail, jib, square topsail, and course. Any salty old mariner will surely have a smile on their face as they take the helm either on her aft deck or inside the pilot house if the weather is not very warm.  Below decks she is appointed with a great cabin at the stern, which can be a large single cabin with a single bunk to port and a convertible double to starboard, or divided into two more private sleeping cabins that sleep a couple a piece.  Forward of the midships pilot house is the main cabin, which houses the galley and dinette, which also converts into a private sleeping cabin for two.  Both cabins have their own heads, reading lights and power outlets.

Mayflower is the perfect vessel for adventuring over to Catalina Island for the weekend, or more adventurous jaunts either circumnavigating Catalina or voyaging to the Channel Islands and beyond!

Mayflower Sailing into Newport Harbor with a strong wind at her back
Mayflower sailing past Pirate's Cove in Corona Del Mar
Sailing for adventure
Forward Deck
Pilot House where you can duck out of the wind if it gets chilly and still enjoy the view
Forward cabin skylight and Pilot House bench
Forward cabin skylight and Pilot House bench
Forward cabin skylight
Mayflower's Quarterdeck
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