Adirondack III, formerly known as Imagine, was launched in 1997. She is similar to Adirondack I and II but has a spoon bow and a larger cabin layout. She was originally designed for overnight corporate team building and is Coast Guard certified for 14 persons overnight.
Adirondack III was designed and constructed specifically for carrying passengers comfortably, which is uncommon for historic schooners. Adirondack III measures 80 feet in length overall with a 16-foot beam. Her lines are modeled after 1890s-style pilot schooners. Adirondack III is long and lean with a spoon bow, which helps her ply through the waters more effortlessly than the average schooner. An all-wooden vessel with a white glass overlay haul, Adirondack III is quite easy to pick out amongst her fellow schooners with her smooth clean lines.
Adirondack III provides day and sunset sails for Classic Harbor Lines out of Boston.
LOA: 80 feet
Type: 19th-century American pilot schooner
Construction: Laminated Port Orford Cedar
Year Launched: 1997
Certification: USCG certified for 49 passengers
Current location: Boston, MA