Artisan Boatworks recently issued its June newsletter and announced the delivery of two new commissions.

On May 25, the Rockport boat shop delivered a new Herreshoff Fish Class, Tulip, to Georgetown. A week later, on June 2, they delivered a new Watch Hill 15, Jeanne, to its owners in Southport, Conn.

Glory, a 43-foot Sparkman & Stephens yawl built in 1957, is undergoing a complete rebuild. Since October the Artisan team has replaced all of Glory’s frames with laminated oak. The sternpost and horn timber, fore foot, floor timbers, and keel bolts have also been replaced. Mark Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald Marine Architecture in Camden has designed a new interior with updated systems for Glory.

Skylark, a Dark Harbor 20 from Islesboro, was in the shop for a few weeks to receive new frames and floor timbers.

“These S&S sloops are raced hard, and a common occurrence is for the highly tuned Marconi rigged mast to actually push down through the keel, causing a localized hump in the planking,” the newsletter said.

Also this past winter, the yard built a custom 9-foot ultra-light yacht tender, designed by Stephens Waring of Belfast. The tender is of composite wood construction, varnished on the inside with Awl-grip on the outside, and features a gold leaf cove stripe, all bronze hardware, and varnished seats and transom. Kipper made its debut at the Maine Boatbuilders Show in March, and will be delivered to its owner in Brooklin later this summer.

“We would particularly enjoy building more of these little tenders, which would be equally at home on a lake side dock or the deck of an ocean going yacht,” the newsletter said.

Artisan Boatworks is located at 410 Main St. in Rockport.