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Captain Dominic D. Zachorne builds, repairs, and restores new and old ship models, as well as nautical antiques.  For over 20 years, he has applied his craftsmanship on hundreds of models and nautical artifacts, nationally as well as internationally.  His models are displayed in the New York Yacht Club, on Broadway, as well as in numerous municipal and private collections.  Captain Zachorne’s work is highly esteemed for being authentic, accurate and uncompromising.

Below, you will find select images of Captain Zachorne’s work, over the years.  For more information on any of the models shown below, please contact us at:

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Captain Zachorne is affiliated with the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath, Maine; Mystic Seaport, Mystic Connecticut; Rhode Island Council for the Arts, Providence, Rhode Island; North Kingstown Arts Council and Wickford Historical Society, Wickford, Rhode Island; the Nautical Research Guild, Cuba, New York; Early American Industries Association, Inc., South Dartmouth, Massachusetts; Martha’s Vineyard Historical Society, Edgartown, Massachusetts; and Coastwise Packet Company, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts; Gannon & Benjamin Marine Railway, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts; Beetle Boat Shop, Wareham, Massachusetts.http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.orghttp://www.mysticseaport.orghttp://www.arts.ri.govhttp://www.arts.ri.govhttp://www.nkartscouncil.orghttp://www.nkartscouncil.orghttp://www.thenrg.orghttp://www.eaiainfo.orghttp://www.eaiainfo.orghttp://www.mvmuseum.orghttp://www.theblackdogtallships.com

Captain Zachorne’s ‘ATEA’, under full sail, Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA

For more information on Captain Zachorne and his ship modeling, please visit his website at: