- 50z Interior Guest Cabin
- 50z Review by Power & MotorYacht Magazine
- Tour the New Boston BoatWorks
- 50z Review by Passagemaker Magazine
- "The Luxury of Effortless Driving"... 50z
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- MJM 50z - 2017 Sliding Glass Sides & Guest Cabin Options
- Video of a 40z Engine Check
- Seakeeper Gyro Review
Founder Bob Johnstone honored with Mystic Seaport's 2016 'America & the Sea' Award and to be Inducted into the National Sailing Hall of Fame.
- MJM Sponsors Sailors for the Sea Green Boating Guide
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- Raymarine's New gS Series and Raster Charts on an MJM
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- New 40z Video: Boating Magazine's Test & Review
- 50z Comfort and Privacy: The Innovative Portable Bulkhead System
Who would have guessed this is where J Boats and MJM Yachts took root. Built in the 1850s and now on the market, “Salt Acres” in Stonington CT is where Bob and Rodney Johnstone spent summers away from Glen Ridge NJ. As infants in the late 1930s, they were shanghied from cribs by sailing parents before they could talk and object. At age 2, little “Robbie” was given the helm and commanded to “push” then “pull” in a parent-child race. They finished last. The rest is history.
Tip when Cruising. Going east from Stonington, as you enter the narrow channel toward Watch Hill, this is the view to port opposite Sandy Point.