19th Century Charm with Modern Amenities


The Mystic Whaler is a reproduction of a late 19th century coastal cargo schooner that was designed for the passenger trade by Chum Crockett of Camden, Maine.  She was built in 1967 in Tarpon Springs, Florida and was rebuilt in 1993 in Providence, Rhode Island.

The Mystic Whaler's warm interior features Italian oak floors and fir wainscoting with mahogany accents.  Her modern amenities include 6 bathrooms with hot showers ... 3 of which are private.

The schooner meets or exceeds all Coast Guard standards for safety with an auxiliary diesel engine and generator and a full array of navigational equipment.

  • Beam: 25 feet
  • Power: Detroit Diesel 6-71, 175 horsepower
  • Transmission: Twin Disc 508
  • Generator: Northern Lights, 30 kilowatt
  • Passenger capacity: 52 day and up t0 31 overnight
  • Water capacity: 900 gallons
  • Fuel capacity: 850 gallons
  • Weight: 107 tons
  • Length overall: 83 feet.  Sparred length: 110 feet
  • Draft: 7 ½ feet.  With centerboard down: 13 feet
  • Sail area: 3,000 square feet
  • Rig: schooner
  • Hull: steel
  • Decks: Clear, vertical grain Douglas Fir