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Sail boat outside the IPC

Meet The Fleet

Founded in 1819 by Navy man, seafarer, and hometown hero Samuel Hambleton, the nautical heritage of Perry Cabin runs deep — a fact that is reflected in our esteemed fleet.  The breadth and beauty of the fleet is a matter of pride and careful cultivation. From the timelessness of the historic Stanley Norman Skipjack to our modern, sleek motoring vessels and everything in between, we have something for every salty dog and landlubber alike.


Stargazer, a Friendship 40

The Friendship 40 is gorgeously designed, fast, and built to an unmatched quality. Flawless fore and aft decks and a low-profile cabin top provide 360° views from the helm. The spacious cockpit with three deep settees provides a luxurious seating area. Teak coaming and detailing take you back in time to a more graceful era. The shallow draft allows for remote cruising and combined with the large sail plan, makes the boat extremely fast.

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Starbright, Alerion Sport 38

Starbright is equipped to accommodate a full weekend cruise. Her traditional topsides are coupled with an advanced underbody and rig. A fully roached mainsail on a carbon fiber mast is efficient and effective; a single-line reefing allows you to adjust on the fly when the wind pipes up. And, the self-tacking jib boom enables efficient use of the jib on all points of sail.

Starbright’s gracefully contoured cockpit comfortably seats as many as eight. Her separate rear cockpit provides complete control with electric winches and full control right at hand.

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Starlight, Alerion Express 33

Starlight turns heads with her sheer, classic overhangs, thoroughly modern underwater shape and low coach roof. She pairs purity of line with unsurpassed performance with an ability to single-hand, and the capability to sail easily in all kinds of wind and weather.

This is the perfect sailboat for those who do not want to wait for a narrow range of conditions to savor a weekend, a day, or even an hour of sailing. The easy set-up and put-away of this boat allows you to spend more time on the water and less time at the slip.

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Midnight Star, a Tadorne 26

Launched in 1991, and like a big sister to the Tofinou 7, this boat immediately aroused interest and admiration. The hull and deck are made of polyester with a teak and varnished mahogany finish. Eight meters strong, it comfortably welcomes up to six persons on-board. The self-draining cockpit is large and spacious. No need to come out for maneuvering: halyards, sheets, reefing, lines, engine handle and furling job are at an arm’s reach for the helmsman. Beneath the roof, the atmosphere in the cabin is warm and convivial. The fittings are very functional and constructed with care in satin-varnished mahogany by talented woodworkers. The Tadorne is a fast sailboat, stiff under sail.

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Harbor Star, an Andreyale 33 French Canal Commuter

Explore the most remote, pristine reaches of the Miles River and Chesapeake Bay aboard Harbor Star, an Andreyale 33. Boasting a roomy cockpit and elegantly appointed salon with large, beveled glass windows and satin-mahogany finish, she easily accommodates up to six passenger plus crew.

With a shallow draft and 100-hp diesel engine, Harbor Star reaches top speed at a whisper-quiet 18 knots, making her ideally suited for brisk two-hour cruises, half-day, or full-day charters.

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Five Star, a Hinckley Talaria 55'

Five Star is a unique and highly customized Talaria 55' Flybridge with an option Mann V-12 engine package that reaches a blistering 40 knot top speed. She boasts a full helm station in the flybridge and an inside steering section in the pilothouse. The interior is elegantly finished in gloss varnish with raised-panel custom detailing throughout.

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Stanley Norman Skipjack

We are thrilled to invite you to experience the stunning new addition to our fleet, the 1902 Stanley Norman Skipjack.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Stanley Norman Skipjack is one of the last skipjacks remaining of the thousands that had once dredged the Bay for oysters. 

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