Maritime Applied Physics Corp. and Farrin’s Boatshop present the Chesapeake Cruiser. The 37’ Chesapeake Cruiser follows a larger and successful Coastal Cruiser (Red Jacket) designed for the Coast of Maine.
The Chesapeake Cruiser emphasizes comfortable cruising, shallow draft access, ride control, excellent fuel economy, aluminum strength and durability, reduced maintenance and traditional good looks and appeal.
Designed by Bill Peterson of South Bristol, Maine, The Chesapeake Cruiser represents a marvelous combination of modern design and Maine tradition.
The Chesapeake Cruiser hull will be built by Marine Applied Physics Corporation in Baltimore Maryland. We can construct this model in aluminum, fiberglass or wood. For twenty years, MAPC has advanced technologies and innovative marine designs for the military and commercial markets through offices in Maryland, Virginia and Maine.
The Chesapeake Cruiser will be completely finished and rigged by Farrin’s Boatshop. MAPC is teamed with Farrin’s Boat Shop of Walpole, Maine, builder of the Coastal Cruiser, to provide practical and handsome joinerwork, expert rigging and finish details.
This is a boat for modern times of high fuel prices. It will sail with the wind and motor economically.