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WHEN AND IF – 63′ Alden / Miami


63 ft / 19.2 m Alden 1937 / Refit 2014
6 Guests / 3 Cabins / 2 Crew

US $26,000- $30,000/ wk,  Plus Expenses!

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WHEN and IF, the Alden schooner whose build was commissioned by World War II General George Patton to sail on a circumnavigation he didn’t live to take, has joined the Nicholson fleet.

The much-celebrated wooden schooner was built in 1939 in Wiscasset, Maine. Beloved for her looks, pedigree, and the guests and owners she’s carried, WHEN and IF can take 32 passengers on daysails. She accommodates six guests for term charters and is available throughout New England-Long Island through the summer and early fall of 2019. In winter, she shifts operation to Key West, Florida.


Boat model: 63′ Alden
Boat type: Sail
Length: 63 ft / 19.2 m
Year Built: 1939 Refit 2014
Sleeps: 6
Cabins: 3
Cruising Speeds: 8 kts / 14.8 km/h
Beam: 15 ft / 4.6 m
Builder: Alden Yachts
Crew: Captain + 2
Stabilizers: None
VAT Registered: No
Draft: 8 ft 5 in / 2.57 m
Flag: United States
US Duty Paid: No


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