Cox & Stevens

1905 - 1947

Yacht design and brokerage firm founded by Daniel H. Cox, Irving Cox, and Colonel Edwin Augustus Stevens Jr. and located in New York City. During WW II, it was significantly engaged in work for the military with more than 500 in their employ. Philip L. Rhodes was the firm's designer from 1934 until 1947 when the business was renamed Philip L. Rhodes Naval Architects.
Additional information:
Cox & Stevens, Inc. Collection, Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport Museum.

Sailboats Designed By Cox & Stevens

Model LOA First Built
SEAWANHAKA SCHOONER 58.50 ft / 17.83 m 1925
TIMBER POINT ONE DESIGN 22.83 ft / 6.96 m 1925