Support Mystic Seaport Museum by Donating Your Vessel
As a 501(c)(3) organization, Mystic Seaport Museum is able to accept the donation of selected vessels. Historically significant vessels may be accepted into our permanent collection, and other vessels may be accepted into our Yachts on Exhibit Program.
The Yachts on Exhibit program utilizes donated vessels for the purposes of exhibition and underway activities. The intention of this program is to add a variety of vessels to our waterfront to present a changing and more contemporary view of America and the sea.
We continually refresh this display of vessels through new acquisitions and vessel sales.
As one of the leading maritime museums in the United States, Mystic Seaport Museum is uniquely positioned to accept donated vessels and to exhibit them to the visiting public along our waterfront. The mission of Mystic Seaport Museum is to inspire an enduring connection to the American maritime experience. That mission is furthered by the display of these more contemporary vessels.
Vessels in this program are available for use in Museum programs and may be available for charter with the understanding that the charter serves to promote the Museum and its programs to a wider audience. Yachts on Exhibit do not become a part of the permanent collection and after a period of time are sold with the proceeds used to support Museum operations. Vessels not suitable for the Yachts on Exhibit program may be accepted as donations for immediate sale with the proceeds supporting museum programs.
For more information on any of these vessels, please contact Chris Gasiorek: firstname.lastname@example.org or 860.572.0711, ext. 5061.
|Vessel Name||Year Built||Design/Build||LOA||Sail /Power|
|BREAKE OF DAY||2002||Pulsifer Hampton||22"||P|
|CHICANE||1926||Alfred Mylne Cutter||56'||S|
|ELIZABETH||1926||N. Herreshoff / S-Class||27'||S|
|HALF MOON||1926||Alden Schooner||43"||S|
|MARIANNE||1939||Herreshoff 12 ½||16'||S|
|MIDNIGHT WIND||1983||Sweden Yachts||38"||S|
|NANTUCKET SPLINTER||1989||Bruce King||38'||S|
|NOEL||2004||Ralph Stanley Friendship Sloop||38'||S|
|SOUTH SHORE||1989||Fenwick Williams/catboat||18'||S|