Real Classic Yacht Boat Skipper Hats Caps Chapeaus. Not The Cheap Crap!

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Here we go again. We have an order ready to go. We have enough ordered to go. I will be sending the order in tomorrow. To date we have found heads for 45 hats. Is your head lonely? If so you to can join the lonely heads club. the hats are hand made by the same company that has been making them since 1929. Lancaster Hat Co. in California. Our special bulk price to you is $175.00 . Now many of you will call Lancaster trying to cut out the middle man here. Please do. Ask for Patty, she is great and will tell you how they are made and be very nice. But the hats will cost you $250.00 each…. you can read about my tour by clicking on the hat banner on the sposor section of this site. … We are using the group to get a bulk discount. Now, if these hats are not enough for you. We are also making Approved Chris-Craft hats. They are $195.00 These are being sold through the Chris-Craft Antique Boat Club. So… you say. I want to join in the hat fun. Here is how to do it.
email me at
Subject: Hats

What color? What color buttons?
Like A white hat with gold buttons.. Yada yada
Money?I will email back with a confirmation and were to send money.
Shipping will most be 15 bucks in the US. Out of the county ..well..
Delivery is 4-6 weeksThis is the original hat we found at Lancaster. Its in navy blue. With Gold Braiding
Traditional black These also look amazing
These are made to exact standards. They are amazing.
For the casual boater. You can wear this in the commissary!
It aint bright white. Its a very subtle off white. I can also do gold braid on this. Not as cool, but if you own a fancy pants yacht. It looks great. Below is gold braid on white, but it looks best on Blue and black.

21 replies
  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:


    The T-Shirts that Woody Boater took to Tavares were selling like hotcakes. I went home with a couple myself. He might have sold out. Not to worry, a trip to the printer might solve that.

  2. WoodyBoater
    WoodyBoater says:

    We have just a couple left that I promised them to folks, so I am trying to take inventory . Baseball caps we have and about 20 water bottles left. The real issue is mailing and the time that takes. These may in the future be items that are only sold at shows.

  3. Nico X. Germann
    Nico X. Germann says:

    I want to buy a Lancaster Skippers hat.

    Please let me know what I have to do.

    Call me at (949) 683-0800

  4. Jerry Irwin
    Jerry Irwin says:

    please let me know how I can buy a boat hat like the white one you have on the bottom of your web page except in blue. please email me or call me at 405-623-9406 Thanks Jerry

  5. Greg
    Greg says:

    Hello, I am trying to find a Lancaster yacht cap in the white a size 7-1/4 or 7-3/8 I will pay full retail.

  6. Steve
    Steve says:

    Hello, I am also trying to find a White Yacht Cap like the pictured above since Lancaster is now closed. Do you have any left? Please contact me at my email address. Thanks.

  7. Gus roca
    Gus roca says:

    Hi, I’ve been looking for this hat for ages…I could only find the cheap kind and as time went by they got even cheaper. I finally found this website and they look AWESOME just what I Wanted. How can I purchase one in black ? Please email me Thank You

  8. Ike
    Ike says:


    i always wanted to have the “Black Yacht Cap”. Since i saw Elvis wearing it in the movie Girls! Girls! Girls! my search began. It cost me a lotta time to figure out the brand of the hat. Finally i stumbled over your site. Unfortunatly a little bit late…the company run out of business and your order is complete. Do you have any idea where i can find one?
    Kind regards Ike

  9. Kim
    Kim says:

    Hi, I’m just looking for an affordable hat for my dad. He is going to dress up as the Skipper from Gilligan’s Island for Halloween and we need one that looks like his. Can you recommend a website that sells hats that look like his (for an affordable price, of course)? Thank you!

      • Lorne
        Lorne says:

        Which company originally made these. I am trying to find information on one I have made by Johnson & Joseph Company. Any information would be appreciated.

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