2016 Stuart Knockabout Regatta

29/7/2016 - Congratulations to POLAR EXPRESS and crew for an impressive win of this Summer's Stuart Knockabout Regatta. With first place finishes in three of the five races, POLAR EXPRESS becomes our first repeat SKR winner. The 6th Annual Stuart Knockabout Regatta was held July 23rd and 24th on Buzzards Bay. A… SEE MORE

Classics Take the Line at 2015 Stuart Knockabout Regatta

22/10/2015 - One of the most fulfilling aspects of boat building is seeing the final product enjoyed by the owner. We consider ourselves more lucky than most, as we have a large and active fleet of Stuart Knockabouts right here on Buzzards Bay. This allows us to develop stronger friendships with our… SEE MORE
Much of the interior has been removed, including the benches and shelves.

Restoration Update: Stuart Knockabout No. 29

29/10/2014 - The restoration of Stuart Knockabout No. 29 is nearing the end of the tear-down process. The teak rails have been taken off, hardware removed, and her bottom ground. Her interior has also been taken out for painting and the replacement of her worn benches. Next comes grinding down her decks!… SEE MORE
Thank you to Gijsbertus van Staveren for the great photos

New Season, New Home: Beaufort Gains a Stuart Knockabout

3/6/2014 - Sanderling, Stuart Knockabout No.17, has been launched in Beaufort, North Carolina, by her new owners after a few updates in Cataumet, Massachusetts. Over the winter, Sanderling's bottom was stripped, faired, and refinished. Starting with an epoxy barrier coat, she was then giving a smooth and fast bottom surface of ablative… SEE MORE

Classic Sloops, Made in America

9/12/2013 - Stuart Knockabout is proud to be a small business that supports other local businesses. Not only is the Stuart Knockabout sloop built in the USA, but nearly every part of her is, too, and most can be traced to within 100 miles of our location right here in Cataumet. We… SEE MORE
HARPOON flying her spinnaker.

Summer Crowds Disappear, But Great Sailing Remains

7/10/2013 - Fall on Buzzards Bay is the perfect time for research and development. The crowds leave, but the incredible weather remains. Harpoon, SK No. 78, took a change in the wind as an opportunity to refine her spinnaker setup. Buzzards Bay is known for her SW winds, but occasionally an east… SEE MORE