Designed by Ted Brewer, the Rob Roy was inspired by the turn-of-the-century adventures of John MacGregor. First built in 1983, it was the only trailerable canoe-stern yawl in town. Its appeal, however, goes beyond novelty. This is a boat with character: She looks salty; sails well with working sails alone; and she provides accommodations for two. Simplicity, from a space-saving centerboard to a “hardened” kick-up rudder, from an unstayed mizzen mast to a tabernacle-mounted mainmast, is a watchword. The Rob Roy can be launched at a ramp and is easily beached due to its 1′ 6″ draft with the board up. Owners have cruised her for weeks at a time and routinely cross the Gulf Stream and other formidable chunks of open water.
“Misty Jade” has been expertly and lovingly restored to beyond original condition with no expense spared
Please call Marc Winder, on his mobile, to make an appointment to see this gem of a pocket cruiser: 617-750-4128.
Practical Sailor Review: https://www.practical-sailor.com/sailboat-reviews/rob-roy-23
Overview of refit: https://youtu.be/N-e78IqpnEE
Launching process: https://youtu.be/NKy0ie7utgI
Flying the Spinnaker: https://youtu.be/_FI91EY2TeA
Interior Tour: https://youtu.be/V6XgHEzG288
Exterior Clip: https://youtu.be/DtZT9InwBPM
Sailing Video: https://youtu.be/rqM-2GDxLTY
Rudder rebuild: https://youtu.be/B-LA1fFy3Gk
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