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  • Hanse Early Bird and Dehler Champions Choice

    Hanse Early Bird and Dehler Champions Choice

    If you ever dreamed of owning a brand new Hanse or Dehler...right now is the time to act! Thanks to the Early Bird and Champion's Choice incentives from Hanse and Dehler, McMichael Yacht Brokers i...

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  • J/121

    J/121 "Open Course” Racing Announcement

    The breadth of sailing experience within the first wave of J/121 owners is quite impressive, and so it comes as no surprise that several have already set their sights on signature offshore events for ...

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  • Introducing the MJM 43z Outboard

    Introducing the MJM 43z Outboard

    Next Generation Outboard Cruising Yacht MJM takes a spectacular step with the New MJM 43z to bring luxury cruising and guest entertaining comfort to the outboard world. 43z is a triple outboard ver...

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  • J/121 sea trials this summer

    J/121 sea trials this summer

    The first J/121 is nearing completion and McMichael is looking forward to taking customers aboard her this summer for sea trials. The J/121 is a water-ballasted 40’ offshore speedster that can b...

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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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