List of products by manufacturer Laughing Whale

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  • An elegant model of a type of speedboat popular in the 30's and 40's. Still in demand today, gleaming runabouts like this plied virtually every fashionable waterway.

    $287.95
  • Built in Bath, Maine, the Seguin spent her first 20 years towing wooden sailing vessels up and down the Kennebec River and towing cargo barges along the Atlantic coast, from Maine to Virginia.In the early 1900s

    $250.00
  • This is an accurate model of the personal boat of the owners of BlueJacket Shipcrafters. Fast, fun and agile among the rocky islands of Penobscot Bay, Scooter has become a familiar summer sight in the busy harbor of Camden, Maine

  • Built in East Boothbay, Maine, to Admiral Donald MacMillan's detailed specifications, Bowdoin has made nearly 30 voyages to the often ice-jammed waters of the Arctic.

    $194.95
  • An incredible sailing feat -- in 1895, the down-on-his-luck seafarer Captain Joshua Slocum sailed around the world alone in his rebuilt 100 year old oyster smack SPRAY. It took him three years, and the book he wrote about his adventures is a classic.

    $180.00
  • In the late 1800s, the declining coastal fishery forced Maine fishermen to the offshore Georges Banks...and they needed bigger, tougher boats than the small centerboard sloops they had been using.

    $149.95
  • Built for working the unpredictable waters of the Gulf of Maine, along an unforgiving coast, the Maine Lobster Boat with its high wave-cutting bow and long roomy cockpit is the seaworthy result of decades of design adjustments based on hard experience.

    $130.00
  • In 1851, this "low black schooner" was the only foreign entry to challenge the cream of British yachts and seamanship in a 53 mile race around the Isle of Wight.

    $110.00
  • In the late 1800s, the declining coastal fishery forced Maine fishermen to the offshore Georges Banks...and they needed bigger, tougher boats than the small centerboard sloops they had been using.

    $89.95
  • New Bedford boat builders were responsible for developing a nearly perfect design for a light, seaworthy, cpacious boat to be used in the open ocean for the dangerous business of whaling.

    $81.95
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