They started off building some of the finest lapstrake wooden-hulled vessels on the East Coast, and successfully transitioned to fiberglass (using the old wooden hulls as "plugs" for their GRP offerings) after briefly becoming Calypso Yachts. Here's a great personal website devoted to Pembrokes: http://www.pembrokeboats.com/ Nothing lasts forever, however ('cept Pembrokes in history - see: http://www.gwpda.org/naval/pembroke.htm) and they shuttled the factory doors in the early 80s. No brochure shots currently available, so here's my old family cruiser, "Serendipity" (1968 Sedan 32' - we added the bridge ourselves) - with me standing by in Dec 1969 or (1970?) at Tracy's Creek Marina, MD (now Herrington Harbor). A 41' SF Pembroke is also shown below. Pequod 34s came later - all fiberglass.