Adirondack II


USCG Certification

Passenger Vessel (Subchapter T)


The Schooner Adirondack II was launched in August of 1999. The near sister ship of the Adirondack joins the fleet of schooners known for their performance-oriented design/construction combined with classic traditional aesthetics. With its wide-open cockpit, Adirondack II can comfortably accommodate groups up to 65 trainees/passengers. While dockside, spacious cockpit doghouses double as serving space for food and beverages or classroom navigation paperwork. Adirondack II affirms that modern wood composite construction and 19th century elegance blend seamlessly to the benefit of all.


Flag: United States of America
Rig: Schooner
Homeport: Newport, RI
Sparred Length: 80'
LOA: 65'
LOD: 64'6
LWL: 58'
Draft: 8'
Beam: 16'
Rig height: 62'
Freeboard: 3'4
Sail Area: 1,850 square feet
Tons: 41 GRT
Hull: Wod


Who Sails? Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College
Normal cruising waters: Narragansett Bay
Season: May through September
Built: 1999
Crew: 3
Contact: Helen Vaughan
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