The Bella 10 could be considered the complete distillation of Sam Devlin’s design aesthetic. It’s small, rugged, efficient, and can serve multiple roles.
DIANA was built by Alvin Beal in the early 1950s on Beals Island, Maine. She incorporates the handsome low sheer and skeg construction that were a hallmark
of that era.
What do the Black Crown Sam Devlin designed and built boats Driftwood, Wood Duck and Moonglow all have in common? They have returned to the site of their birth for extensive refreshing and updating of already wonderful, compact, economical, and seaworthy cruisers ideal for 2 to 4 persons. Driftwood will cruise easily at 12 to 18 knots using only 3-5 gallons per hour yet can kick up to 22 knots when you need to make a tidal gate or quickly cross a shipping lane. She is fully equipped and ready to cruise today. Call or email Sam - 360-866-0164, email@example.com
After 15 years the original owners of the Dawson are offering her for sale. She is a truly wonderful cruising boat in absolutely ‘Bristol’ condition with all maintenance done by Devlin Boat.
The Marsh Wren is a refined synthesis of a long history of sailboat design in a form that is small enough for convenience and large enough for an entire family as a daysailer. In cabin form, she’s capable of longer cruises. In either form, the Marsh Wren is a well balanced and efficient sailboat, light on the helm and easy to handle alone.
With the Owl, you get a boat that properly combines history with modern design and technology. Modified by the team at Devlin Boats to incorporate modern diesel inboard power and enough cabin to shelter the skipper from the Northwest elements.
"Three Wood" is for sale! This is a chance to own a Cackler 14 Duckboat for fishing, duck hunting, or just as a wonderful tender on a large trawler. The previous owner used it to buzz around Bainbridge Island for fun and fishing. Great for on the water photo shoots! We've lowered the price $3,000 for the boat show.
$20,000 Price Reduction For December 2019.
Built by Devlin Boat in 1994, the WoodDuck is the perfect go to Alaska boat or wherever you want to cruise. Sleeping for 4, head to port and separate shower to starboard, cockpit and cruising speeds of 17 knots at a fuel burn of just under 5 gallons per hour.