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  • J/121 - Sail Magazine Boat-of-the-Year 2018

    J/121 - Sail Magazine Boat-of-the-Year 2018

    Sail Magazine has announced that the new J/121 is their 2018 Boat-of-the-Year in the Performance Boat 30'-40' category.  Join Sail's Executive Editor Adam Cort as he describes the new J/121 ...

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  • MJM 35z Reviewed by Yachting Magazine

    MJM 35z Reviewed by Yachting Magazine

    Yachting Magazine's video of the MJM 35z.  Captain Ken Kreisler doesn't miss a single detail about what makes this model so right for so many boaters.

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  • Winter Storage Rebate Program Announced

    Winter Storage Rebate Program Announced

    McMichael offers a Winter Storage Rebate Program for brokerage clients that want to sell their boats over the winter. Our brokerage display is the best way to maximize your exposure in the marketplace...

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  • J/121 Virtual Test Sail

    J/121 Virtual Test Sail

    Our first sea trial of the new J/121 in upper Narragansett Bay. Breeze 14-24 kts. Water ballast system was not in use for this test but the boat still performed beautifully.  The 121 will be...

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About McMichael Yacht Brokers


Founded in New Rochelle in 1935 by Howard and Jacqueline McMichael, the company provided services to the boating public, including fuel and provisioning. Many of their customers were from nearby Larchmont Yacht Club. They built the business over the following years believing that "providing good service in a friendly manner is the key to success".

In 1938, Howard and Jacqueline leased property on the east basin of Mamaroneck Harbor from the Orienta Yacht Club. The business continued to grow and service the needs of sailors, fishermen and recreational boaters of Western Long Island Sound. During the war years, Howard worked in a defense plant at night, ran the boat business during the day, and was also a foreman at a yard in Rye building tugs for the Navy.

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