Guideboat: Pretty much the most handsome boats ever
Boats — the saying goes — like whiskey, are all good.
Now open in the Mill Valley Lumberyard, Guideboat’s flagship store is two parts showroom, one part outfitter.
In the main space: their vessels.
Like the Adirondack Guideboat, modeled precisely after J.H. Rushton’s rare, turn-of-the-century design.
Or the cherry-trimmed Peapod, a stable little fella from the 19th century, built for the lobsterman and his standing ways.
And the sporty Sabot, a mid-century Californian creation perfect for sailing, trolling or rowing — whatever your mood.
And for the purist, Guideboat’s second showroom houses a fine collection of meticulously restored classic canoes.
In which to enjoy some meticulously crafted whiskey.