Schooner Lazy Jack II is a gaff rigged schooner built in Hope, Maine and launched in September 2004, by Captain Sean O'Connor. Her lines originate from L.F. Herreshoff's Mobjack 1935 design, a predecessor to the famous Ticonderoga.

Her Douglas Fir masts and mahogany houses and rails will take you back to the early 1930s. Lazy Jack II is the only schooner sailing out of Camden that was built by her owner. Lazy Jack II is meticulously maintained by Captain O'Connor and is inspected and certified annually by the U.S. Coast Guard to carry 21 passengers plus Captain and crew.

The total vessal length is 58 feet. With spacious decks and cabin tops to sit on, your trip on Penobscot Bay will be safe and comfortable.
  • Length overall — 58 ft.
  • Length on deck — 47 ft.
  • Beam — 12 ft. 9 in.
  • Draft — 5 ft.
  • Passengers — 21