1996 William Hand Sloop


“Anthony” is a William Hand design, which was reconfigured for modern building techniques. Built in 1996 on Sullivan’s Island, SC by renowned wooden boat builder, Mark Bayne, “Anthony” was originally designed as a schooner. The former owner converted the boat to a sloop rig to make it more manageable for he and his wife to sail throughout the Caribbean and much of Central America. The hull is cold molded okume ply over 1 1/4″ Cypress strips and is sheathed in fiberglass, making it rock solid. Every aspect of the design was carefully thought out to make for a beautifully simple, elegant and rugged boat, ideal for cruising and maintaining affordably. She is powered by a Yanmar Diesel Engine. Sails are in “like new” condition. The entire boat has been well maintained throughout it's life. “Anthony” is ready to sail in blue water. She is outfitted with a water maker, safety gear, radar and GPS and anything else you would need to make long passages. After years of exploring, it came time settle down and the boat was donated to the Lowcountry Maritime Society. We are now looking to move “Anthony” to her next caretakers and adventurers! We are asking $35,000 and will consider reasonable offers.

Contact Information

843 368-2849
Prentice Brower, Lowcountry Maritime Society
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
United States