Rossiter’s classic lines turn heads everywhere. Only one boat is built at a time ensuring exacting detail and on-water performance unlike anything else. Their hulls run so smoothly there is little drag and fuel efficiency is maximized.
Original buyers receive a lifetime warranty covering structural defects and workmanship. Even second owners of a Rossiter are covered for 10 years from the original purchase.
The Loudon 17’ has been crafted to set people free. It moves through the water smoothly and sleekly, almost like a racing shell, yet it comfortably seats one or two rowers, plus the kids. Built entirely of fiberglass with teak trims and seats, three oarlock positions and Rossiter-designed footrests that are adjustable for everyone’s size, ease and comfort.
The Whitehall 13’ design is traditional in nature with distinctive wineglass sterns. The Whitehall 13’ design can easily be rowed by one person with room for two passengers. The adjustable rowing seat is teak and the passengers are fiberglass offering positive buoyancy adding to the boat’s stability and seaworthiness. For those times when you want a little power the transom the Whitehall 13’ can accommodate a two or three horsepower engine with a tiller extension.
Building on the practical, seaworthy tradition established by Laser in the 1980’s, Rossiter has purchased the molds and production rights, improved the performance and functionality, and is building the Laser Sport Shell once again. With a beam of 28 inches, its enhanced stability makes it ideal for beginners and heavyweights alike. The sliding seat rig is also light and strong with a fully adjustable foot stretcher for folks of all sizes.
Perfect for young rowers who want to get out on the water on their own and have fun. The design is sturdy and stable enough to get in and out of safely, yet moves swiftly on the water whether rowed by an old hand or beginner. The Wee Skiff is made from easy to care for fiberglass with positive flotation, a seat for the rower and another one in the stern for a friend.