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Our Fleet

Our Fleet - Heritage

1970 America’s Cup Contender and Ocean Racing Champion

Skippered by Charley Morgan, Heritage sailed a close campaign for the 1970 Cup but was ultimately eliminated by Intrepid in the Defender’s series. Heritage’s 1970 Cup campaign was only the “first act” before hitting her stride as an offshore racer.

Our Fleet - Intrepid

1967 & 1970 winner of The America's Cup

Twice Winner of the America’s Cup, the incomparable  Intrepid is close to the hearts of many sailors. 12 US 22 is one of the most famous racing yachts of all time.

Our Fleet - Weatherly

1962 America's Cup Winner

The acclaimed yacht designer Philip Rhodes, designed only one 12 Meter in his career, the Cup winner Weatherly! One of only three surviving wooden America’s Cup Defenders in the world, Weatherly is a true legend in American sailing history.

Our Fleet - Gleam

1937 Vintage 12 - Trial horse in 1958 & 1962 Cups

 Built in 1937, the vintage 12 Meter Gleam was influential in the development of the longest running class of yachts used in the America’s Cup. The legendary lineup of helmsmen, Briggs Cunningham, Lee Loomis and Harold Vanderbilt, became so fond of Gleam that they built their own 12 Meters to join the class.

Our Fleet - Onawa

A Classic Beauty

Onawa was designed by the renowned naval architect and pioneering aircraft designer, W. Star-ling Burgess. She was number 6 of 6 nearly identical Twelve Meter Class yachts built for prominent members of the New York Yacht Club in 1928.

Scout

Tender to Intrepid

Scout is a 19 foot rigid hard bottom inflatable. Designed and built by RIBCRAFT in MA to be a luxury tender for use in all conditions. This rib provides unmatched performance for a boat of its size.

Our Fleet - Other Classics

America’s Cup Charters is a full-service yacht charter company. We represent distinctive classic sailing and power yachts available for charter out of Newport, RI and along the New England coast.