, one of the first of the one-design types, was first adopted by the Stone Harbor Yacht Club in 1933. Hull number 7 is on exhibit at the Annex.
, designed by Robert Harris, was built by Deschamps Boat Yard in Stone Harbor.
A newly restored GP-14
(General Purpose, 14 foot) was added to the collection in the Summer of 2013. The GP-14 was designed in 1949 by Jack Holt as a two person competitive racing dinghy. Our GP-14 was originally constructed of wood and carried a spinnaker sail. This acquisition required extensive restoration. The restoration was done by students at the Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory
and was partially funded by a grant from the Cape May County Division of Culture and Heritage
The Comet, the Cheetah-Cat, and the GP-14 are well known world-wide in small boat racing circles.
, a Moth
, an Optimist
, and a Pram are also on display.