Classic Vintage Jacrim "Seaworthy Transitional" Pond Yacht c.a. 1938 - 1940

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Here is a totally restored Jacrim Seaworthy Pond yacht which we just acquired from a collector in Florida.

This is a very unique and special Seaworthy pond boat because it was made during the 2 year transition period when the original founder, Mr. Rimmer had been producing these boats since the early 1920's.

In 1938, Rimmer changed the name of the company to "Seaworthy Boats" and acquired a partner to help him grow the business. The name "Keystone" did not exist anymore and their new line of boats were renamed " Seaworthy". For the first 2 or so years, they used the "Keystone" design but labeled all of their boats with the "Seaworthy" label.

We know this because if you look at the design of this particular boat it looks like a "keystone" but has the "Seaworthy label!!

Wow!..very unusual and rare. So, this is called a Seaworthy "Transitional" pond boat.

When we received it in our shop, we determined that the original color scheme was green and navy blue. We repainted the boat these two colors and added some original new pieces to the accent and design. If you look at the tiller and specifically the tiller control, you see an "elastic band". This was part of the original "Keystone" design and was transitioned to Seaworthy.

The elastic band is used to control the main sail and rutter while the boat "Tacks left and right" in the open water (Yes, you can sail this boat if you wish).

The sails are not original but were newly added earlier. We also added some brass accents to the boat and also added new rigging. This pond boat measures: 21"L X 38"H X 4"W ( In the stand). The stand is newly made in our shop and has a high quality felt bottom.

This is a very historic and unique pond boat, and it would be a great gift for the person who loves the ocean, history and nautical decor. A real conversation piece when displayed on a bay window or shelf area, fireplace where all can enjoy it!

As with all of our vintage yachts, we do ship free and partially disassemble for safe shipping. Just attach the main sail and tighten some rigging and you're ready to enjoy!

We will include instructions for assembly and also email you detailed pictures for easy assembly.


The following is a list of factors which are considered in our ship model Appraisal/Evaluation.
1. General quality of craftsmanship: Excellent
2. Provenance: USA / Boston, Mass.
3. Rarity (i.e.: P.O.W. & DOCKYARD vs C.W. MORGAN) Member: Very Rare
4. Historically accurate (regards to plans/research) The International Society of Appraisers
5. Builder (reputation) International Congress of Maritime Museums
6. Methods & materials used in construction American Institute for Conservation of Historic Value: Solid Wood
7. Uniformity of scale and proportion Artistic Works: Accurate
8. Size (2” vs 10’) Nautical Research Guild: 21” L X4”W X 38”H
9. Present condition: Excellent
10. Era & vessel type: 1920 to 1940: Full Keel
11. Sails: Cotton ( New)
12. Finish (painted or natural). Painted: Navy Blue, Green keel.
13. Overall display and presentation: Excellent

Class A
Scratch-Built Model: Model built entirely from scratch materials by the builder with no commercially fabricated parts except cordage, chain
and belaying pins.
Class B
Modified Scratch-Built Model: Model built from scratch, but supplemented by the use of some commercially fabricated accessories.
Class C
Modified Kit Model: Model built from materials provided in commercial kit, supplemented by other commercially fabricated parts or by
scratch-built parts.
Class D
Kit Model: Model built entirely from materials provided in commercial kits.
Sub Categories: Model built and/or displayed in any of the following methods:
Antique • Waterline • Cross Section • Cut-Away • Exposed Interior • Sailing • Half Hull • Rare Materials • Diorama • Power • Mechanized •
Builders’ Model • Extreme Miniature • Ship-in-a-Bottle • Shadowbox • Americana • Folk Art • Decorative • Pond Model • Production • Other

This unique and historic class “A” yacht would make a great gift for that special person who likes history and the open sea. A truly wonderful piece of history that will " Turn Heads"

We ship all of our boats with some assembly required. We detach the sails and rigging for safe shipment. Instructions for minor assembly will be enclosed. Attach the sails and rigging and your boat is ready to enjoy!

Value: $650 -$675 (Appraisal or Retail) 2024

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