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Allied Boat Co. website

Bridget and Garf Rose's 1972 Princess, Bridget's Bouquet, en route to Bermuda from her home port, the Whitby Yacht Club, on Lake Ontario.

Click the link for a website devoted to all the boats built by The Allied Company.

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Jonathan Wisch 02-Jun-2021 23:55

Is your hull # ABCXL0210876? If so please email me that was my dads old XL. He had her built in 1976. I have pictures of her being built at Allied Wright Yacht Company.


Jonathan Wisch
rick bordges 28-Sep-2020 13:27
I own Dauphine, the only 42xl...hull 21 of 26, )I think Im reading the HIN correctly). Anyone with history would be greatly appreciated. I thank any Allied builders for their contributions and hard work. You find Quality on the nose of the train of all knowledge that rides on the tracks of all time, that's where you guys are quality
Guest 08-Feb-2012 17:21
Hello. I am doing research on the Allied Boat Company and would be so interested in talking to anyone who has any history on it. I am especially interested in knowing about the building of the Seawind ketch. Would LOVE to talk to a former worker at the company. Thanks.
Ken Cameron 04-Mar-2010 15:00
I worked at Allied in Catskill, NY in 1964 - 1965. It was a very itchy and dusty job, but the satisfaction of building a beautiful product was always there. I worked under Joe Martin and learned a lot about fiber glass. In fact, this week am re doing a deck on a small boat.
Garry13-Jan-2010 18:01
Ann, I really know little about the Allied 42' XL-2. You might want to ask on the CSBB board or on the Cruising World bulletin board.
Ann 12-Jan-2010 19:12
Hello! I am looking at purchasing an Allied XL-2, 42'. Do you have any information on these Allieds?
Roger 28-Oct-2009 15:33
Hi, Gary we are about to purchase an allied princess. After looking at many boats we picked her. Glad to find a good amount of info on yours and other sites. Our home port is Kingston
Guest 13-Mar-2007 02:58
Hi Gary:
I tried this comment thing before but it did not register. I'm the new owner of AP hull # 130 built in 1979. I could not be happier and would like to link up with you and what you've done with Rosita.
Dave Humphreys
Annapolis, MD