Leaving Wexford Leaving Wexford Plantation, Hilton Head
Sunset Spectacular sunsets await you
Dolphin Dolphin in the wake
Shrimp Boat Shrimping in the Inlet
Key West Key West Race Week
Blue Crabs The bounty of the seas

The Classic Trumpy Motor Yacht Windrush

American Classic Yachting believes in bringing the best in luxurious, private yacht charters to unique and exciting coastal venues. Come aboard the classic Trumpy motor yacht “Windrush” for one of the most memorable cruising experiences of a lifetime.

“Windrush” and the Trumpy Legacy

Since 2005, “Windrush” has undergone extensive restoration and systems updating, all in keeping with the original Trumpy style and her “mid-sixties” era. Her luxurious guest accommodations, comfortable cruising, timeless beauty and five-star service are available for private charter guests year-round in some of the best cruising venues in America.

“Windrush” was designed and built by John Trumpy & Sons in Annapolis. She was built in 1966 for John M.L. Rutherfurd of Sands Point, NY, and Palm Beach, FL. Mr. Rutherfurd and his wife were famous powerboat racers, and “Windrush”(originally named “Sea Dream VII”) was his 3rd Trumpy yacht. She joined more than 200 custom Trumpy yachts built for the 20th Century's "Rich & Famous", like James Deering (International Harvester), Francis DuPont, Roger Firestone, and John Kimberly (Kimberly-Clark). The most famous Trumpy yacht is the “Sequoia”, the Presidential Yacht from 1932 until 1977, serving nine Chief Executives. Trumpy Yachts epitomize the "Golden Era of Yachting", and they hold a revered place in American Maritime history.

Your Experienced Crew

Owner/Operators Bill and Connie Iler crew “Windrush”, and they provide the excellent service expected aboard a Trumpy. Captain Bill is US Coast Guard licensed, Bill & Connieand has over 30 years of sailing and yachting experience. First Mate/Chef Connie oversees the five-star service aboard, and she has over 20 years of sailboat racing and yachting experience. Bill and Connie enjoy sharing their love of the water and showing guests the great places and rich history on America’s eastern seaboard.