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Mount Desert Yacht Yard

Mount Desert Yacht Yard began as a yacht storage and repair business, but became a design and building yard, particularly during the late 1940s and 1950s, as E. Farnham Butler and his associates, Ted Earl and Cy Hamlin, developed a line of light displacement, reverse sheer cruising boats from 22 to 36 feet. These include the Amphibicon, Amphibi-ette, Controversy 26, 27, 30, and 36.
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(Dates indicate when a boat was first built by ANY Builder)
NAME/TYPE       LOA First Built
English / Metric
AMPHIBI-CON 25.42' / 7.75m 1954
AMPHIBI-ETTE 24.00' / 7.32m 1960
CONTROVERSY 26 25.92' / 7.90m 1954
CONTROVERSY 27 27.50' / 8.38m 1960
CONTROVERSY 30 31.17' / 9.50m 1960
CONTROVERSY 31 31.00' / 9.45m 1960
CONTROVERSY 36 37.25' / 11.35m 1960
HUSTLER 18 (MASSACHUSETTS BAY) 18.00' / 5.49m 1924
MERMAID CLASS 23.00' / 7.01m 1947
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