Little Harbor Yachts

2000

Founded by Ted Hood, Litte Harbor Yachts were built in Japan as early as 1959 and later in Holland at Franz Maas of Hollard, and then Taiwan (Lien Hwa Industrial Corp.). Hood had close relationships with the yards that were building his designs and later began manufacturing them at his own yard located in Taiwan.
The company was sold in the late 1990's and the brand was retired not long afterward. It is thought that about 200 boats were built under the Little Harbor name from 35 to 100 feet.
Yachts of the Little Harbor brand were usually built on a semi-custom basis so details vary widely.

Sailboats Built By Little Harbor Yachts

(Dates indicate when boat was first built by any builder)

Model LOA First Built
LITTLE HARBOR 37 37.00 ft / 11.28 m 1965
LITTLE HARBOR 38 38.00 ft / 11.58 m 1982
LITTLE HARBOR 42 42.67 ft / 13.01 m 1987
LITTLE HARBOR 44 44.33 ft / 13.51 m 1983
LITTLE HARBOR 46 45.67 ft / 13.92 m 1986
LITTLE HARBOR 48 48.16 ft / 14.68 m 1990
LITTLE HARBOR 50 50.75 ft / 15.47 m 1982
LITTLE HARBOR 51 50.58 ft / 15.42 m 1990
LITTLE HARBOR 53 CC 52.67 ft / 16.05 m 1985
LITTLE HARBOR 54 54.00 ft / 16.46 m 1989
LITTLE HARBOR 57 56.67 ft / 17.27 m 1983
LITTLE HARBOR 58 58.00 ft / 17.68 m 1989
LITTLE HARBOR 60 60.42 ft / 18.42 m 1995
LITTLE HARBOR 62 62.00 ft / 18.90 m 1982
LITTLE HARBOR 63 63.83 ft / 19.46 m 1988


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