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US Watercraft, LLC, builder of Alerion Yachts, has a long heritage of designing and building innovative sail and power boats for the recreation boating market. US Watercraft owns and builds True North Yachts and North Rip Sportfishing boats and is a licensed builder of Jboats. US Watercraft also owns Waterline Systems, a race prep and repair facility, and builds Carolina Cockpits.
US Watercraft is a leader in building boats utilizing the patented SCRIMP resin infusion technology which results in lighter, stronger hulls and a cleaner environment. US Watercraft facilities are located in Warren, Rhode Island, near the waters of Narragansett Bay. We invite you to come see the Alerion fleet being built by our own New England master craftsmen.

History

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USWatercraft LLC Acquires Alerion Yachts, True North, and North Rip from Sailing Breezes online magazine

Current Models

Sports Series
NEW Alerion Sport 30
Alerion Sport 33
Express Series
Alerion Express 38
Alerion Express 33
Alerion Express 28
Alerion Express 20
Performance Cruising Series
Alerion Cruising 41
Visit US Watercraft Alerion Yachts to find out more.

Contact Information

Alerion Yachts
373 Market Street
Warren, RI, 02885, USA
Toll Free: 1-877-585-8360
Phone: (401) 247-3000
Fax: (401) 247-4014
Website
Contact Form
Email: sales@alerionyachts.com
Email:  customerservice@alerionyachts.com
Website@YW
Email@YW

Authorized Alerion Yachts Dealers

Service and Sales Area: New York including Long Island and Fisher�s Island, Connecticut, all of Eastern and Western Long Island Sound and Rhode Island (shared)
McMichael Yacht Brokers
447 East Boston Post Road,
Mamaroneck, NY 10543 USA
Tel: 914-381-5900
Fax: 914-381-5060
www.mcmichaelyachtbrokers.com
Rusty Stewart � rustys@mcmyachts.com
McMichael Newport
1 Washington Street,
Newport, RI 02840 USA
Tel: 401-619-5813
Fax: 401-619-5823
www.mcmichaelyachtbrokers.com
Rusty Stewart- rustys@mcmyachts.com
Service and Sales Area: State of Michigan
Irish Boat Shop, Inc
400 East Bay Street
Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740 USA
Tel: 231-526-6225
Fax: 231-526-5565
www.irishboatshop.com
esposito@irishboatshop.com
Mike Esposito
Irish Boat Shop, Inc
13000 Stover Road
Charlevoix, Michigan 49720 USA
Tel: 231-547-9967
Fax: 231-547-4129
www.irishboatshop.com
jrhodge@irishboatshop.com
Jack Hodge
Service and Sales area: MD,VA,NC,SC
North Point Yacht Sales
7330 Edgewood Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
Tel: 410-280-2038
ken@northpointyachtsales.com
www.northpointyachtsales.com
Service and Sales Area: Up State New York, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Canada bordering Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence east to Montreal, Lake Champlain.
RCR Yachts ( 5 Locations)
RCR Yachts Inc.
223 Lockport Street
Youngstown, NY 14174
716.745.3862
716-695-4328 C
don@rcryachts.com
www.rcryachts.com
RCR Yachts Inc.
284 Fuhrmann Blvd.
Buffalo, NY 14203
716-472-4702 C
rick@rcryachts.com
www.rcryachts.com
RCR Yachts Inc.
40 Marina Drive
Rochester, NY 14617
585-752-2530 C
corbo@rcryachts.com
www.rcryachts.com
RCR Yachts of Erie, Inc.
960 West Bayfront Parkway
Erie, PA 16507
814-455-6800
jamie@rcryachts.com
tracy@rcryachts.com
www.rcryachts.com
RCR Yachts Inc (summer only)
7448 Route 14
Katlynn Marina
Sodus Point, NY 14555
941-400-5241 C
gerry@rcryachts.com
www.rcryachts.com
Service and Sales area: MA,VT,NH, and Rhode Island (shared)
Manchester Yacht Group
17 Ashland Ave.
Manchester By The Sea, MA 01944 USA
Tel: 978-290-1425
fax: 978-290-1425
www.manchesteryachtgroup.com
Don@Manchesteryachtgroup.com
Service and Sales area: Northern California
Sail California
1070 Marine Village Parkway, Suite 108
Alameda, CA 94501
Tel: 510-523-8500
Toll-free: 877-532-0864
Fax: 510-522-0641
norman@sailcal.com
www.sailcal.com

INTERNATIONAL DEALERS

JAPAN US Yachts and Customs, Inc.
5-82-502 Wakabadainishi, Kasugashi Fujuoka 8160823 JAPAN
81-92-513-2530 C
Sail@usyachts.co.jp
www.usyachts.co.jp/

Local Fleets

When you purchase an Alerion yacht, you join over 600 Alerion Owners around the world who share the experience of “Alerion Sailing”. We enjoy bringing our sailors together and have several Alerion Fleets around the country with more forming each year.

San Francisco Bay area:  http://sfbayalerion.com/
Alerion Yachts Fleet Chesapeake Bay area: http://www.chesapeakealerion. org/
Harbor Springs, Michigan:  http://ltyc.org/sailing/fleet- directory/alereon/

If your yacht club or organization would like to be listed on the Alerion website, please send your link to customerservice@alerionyachts.com




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