154' KETCH

The best technologies of the past and future were combined to create 154-foot (47 meter) Asolare (ex. Scheherazade). Every detail was carefully considered and flawlessly crafted. Designed by Bruce King Yacht Design without portholes so the exterior could exist as a continuous hull form, she’s a beautiful and highly powerful sailing yacht. Hundreds of hand-crafted carvings and details were blended with state-of-the-art construction and technology.

Every detail of the Winch Designs designed interior was carefully considered and flawlessly crafted. The furniture features harlequin bookmatched fiddle back sycamore panels cored for weight reduction and structural stability. All of the exquisite interior joinery was hand crafted by Hodgdon Yachts.


124' SLOOP

Antonisa, a 124-foot (37.8 meter) sloop designed by Bruce King Yacht Design, features highly detailed black cherry interior woodwork incorporated with modern engineering, systems, and technology.  Hodgdon’s passion for excellence is reflected in many details that may typically go unnoticed, including classic Bruce King designed joinery. Complex moldings sawn to shape from solid pieces of wood and various design elements are carried throughout the boat.



Designed by VPLP/Verdier and constructed in the largest marine oven in the United States in just 12 months, Superyacht Comanche is intended to be the fastest monohull ever built. She is constructed of pre-preg carbon fiber, resulting in an extremely light and strong hull and features a canting keel, daggerboards, water ballast and large sail area. Comanche features a wide, shallow hull and high power-to-weight ratio.


Comanche’s accomplishments include the following:

  • Setting the 24-hour monohull speed record of 618.01 miles (traveling at an average speed of 25.75 kts)

  • Line honors at the 2015, 2017, and 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

  • Setting a new race record in the 2017 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

  • Breaking the Newport Bermuda Race record by almost 5 hours

  • Setting the new Transatlantic monohull West East record of 5 days, 14 hours, 21 minutes, 25 seconds (over 27 hours faster than the previous record)




Designed by Fontaine Design Group with graceful overhangs and sweeping sheerline, 98-foot (29.9 meter) Delta House (ex. Windcrest) was designed for coastal cruising and offshore passages. Her impressive performance on the water is supported by a generous sail plan and one-touch sail control that includes in-boom furling. The exquisitely laid teak deck is enhanced by custom designed stainless steel and hydraulic winches. While traditional in appearance, Delta House (ex. Windcrest) is a sophisticated 21st century vessel.

Furniture panels are made of a flame crotch veneers and bulkhead panels are a flat-sawn cherry. Leather and fabrics complement the natural woods and selected upper panels are painted off-white. The entire interior was built by Hodgdon's in-house team.




Built by Hodgdon to the highest specifications of the day, Kizbel (ex. Yorel) was designed by Eldridge-McInnis with modifications by Russ Woodin. Traditionally built at her original owner’s request, this luxury motor yacht has a surprisingly simple layout. The cabin sole throughout is teak and holly and overhead beams are capped with teak beamcaps, adding to the boat’s traditional interior. Kizbel offers accommodation for up to six guests, a crew of three, and is powered by 2 Duetz diesel engines and propelled by twin screw propellers. Complete with a modern stabilization system to reduce roll motion, she comfortably cruises at over 10.5 knots. 



Reminiscent of 1920’s Wall Street commuter yachts, Liberty is constructed using Hodgdon’s proprietary cold molded wood boat building techniques and combines traditional design with state-of-the-art materials and innovative systems. This 80-foot motor yacht – designed by Bruce King Yacht Design with interior designed by the owner and Allan Walton Design – is powered by a pair of 1,100-hp MAN diesel engines and comfortably cruises at over 25 knots.

The mahogany interior features an inlaid star pattern forward of the gallery, a rosette motif aft, and book-matched panels. This structured geometric patterning and combination of elegance and boldness provide an “art deco” feel. Every piece of decorative hardware and the portlights on Liberty are custom-cast. Tapering in size as the ports run forward, the portlights are the most unique of these castings. Much of the exterior hardware emulates the “art deco” designed interior.



Ideal for racing and extended open water cruising, 65-foot (18.9 meter) custom performance sailing yacht Prevail was designed by Tripp Designs and built to CE standards in the USA. The boat is comfortable, competitive, and easily driven, thanks to the hull shape and powerful sail plan. Below deck, there are three modern and luxurious cabins.

The boat’s interior features Alaskan Yellow Cedar inner hull skin ceilings, which provide an elegant modern look. The layout includes three cabins with ensuite heads, galley, salon, and interior navigation and steering station. All joinery is cherry honeycombed veneer and white-painted composite panels to reduce weight.