Past Projects

Corinthian Sloop

Launched: Summer 2017

Designed by Philadelphian Thomas D. Bowes, Naval Architect, and built in Holland in 1951. One of eight built for the Corinthian Yacht Club of Essington, PA, for competitive sailing on the Delaware River. It is one of three still in existence. Construction was Mahogany on White Oak frames. It was restored for use in the water in hopes of revitalizing interest in the fleet. 



Cruiser Olympia Tables & Benches

Commenced: Fall 2016
Finished: Winter 2016

Period-authentic mess tables and benches were replicated for Cruiser Olympia. These benches closely match the original mess tables that would have been present on board during the ship's active service and serve to interpret the lives of the regular sailors aboard. These are also used for visitor convenience and Museum programming, which allow for better functionality of the ship in the modern world and a better sensory experience for visitors. 


LOA: 35''
Commenced: December 2012
Finished: May 2013

Suzy is a meadowlark that is in for repairs including updated interior, new head system, mast step, and re-caulking parts of the hull. She has a wood hull, was designed by L.F. Herreshoff and is owned by Mark Gallini.


LOA: 16''
Commenced: December 2012
Finished: February 2013
Obadiah is a Marsh Cat that came in for complete hull repair, which was just finished. The entire keel was just repaired, as well as all laminations in the hull. Obadiah is owned by TSCA member Dr. Pete Peters.


14' Whitehalls

LOA: 14''
Beam: 4'
Launched: 2012

As part of our ongoing volunteer program and partnerships with local schools, we are building two 14' Whitehalls as additions to our summer rowing program.
Finished: July 2012