Seaworthy Boats (Chester Rimmer) Logo

Seaworthy Boats (Chester Rimmer) Logo

Seaworthy Boats (Chester Rimmer) Logo

This is a Seaworthy Boats logo that mentions Chester Rimmer as a Naval Architect.  Chester was a MIT graduate in naval architecture.  This type of label was used prior to the Jacrim logos.  So this was used for the first few years of the company.  If a boat has this label it was produced in the early 1920’s.  The Seaworthy name was not an early company name but a name for the boats produced because they were build to be seaworthy.

3 Comments

  1. Mary Pat Bolner

    I have a Chester Rimmer Seaworthy sailboat with the above logo on it. No sail, but mast is in good shape. Do you know the approx. value of it, and is there a market for this boat by collectors?

    • Hello Mary Pat,
      I would have to see a picture as Jacrim made many different boats. Yes there is value to them, some much more than others. Jacrim produced boats in the 1920’s until 1934.

      • Mary Pat Bolner

        If you will send me your email address I can send you pictures. It is a 26” model.

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