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Lobster Boat Glassware
  • Lobster Boat Beer Can Glass - Glassware
    Lobster Boat Beer Can Glass - Glassware
  • Lobster Boat Old Fashioned Glass - Glassware
    Lobster Boat Old Fashioned Glass - Glassware
  • Lobster Boat Pint Glass - Glassware
    Lobster Boat Pint Glass - Glassware
  • Lobster Boat Stemless Wine Glass - Glassware
    Lobster Boat Stemless Wine Glass - Glassware

Lobster Boat Glassware

$39.00 per set of 2
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Our Glassware is made to order and could take between 5 and 10 business days be to created. For additional information contact us via Email or call 207-887-9609.

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Lobster Boat Glassware

This Lobster Boat Glass will brighten up any celebration or family gathering while eating your favorite Lobster meal. Pair this glass with our Lobster or Lobster Trap Glass. Lobsters are harvested year-round in Maine and New Hampshire. However, the majority are caught between late June and late December when the lobsters are the most active.

Glassware Specifications:

  • Color: Clear Glass
  • Set of 2
  • Made to Order
  • Made in USA

Our Laser Etched Glassware highlights your favorite pastime activities and locations. They make perfect gifts for anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, housewarming, retirement and more. Available in 4 different styles, we have over 30 different designs to choose from, , Click here for more options. Many taste testers said they prefer using a smaller 4- to 6-ounce size for drinking juice, cocktails, or wine, and larger 12- to 16-ounce glasses for water or iced tea. We designed and etched the glassware with love in our studio in Westbrook Maine.

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Glassware Specifications:

  • Top Diameter: 2 3/4"
  • Bottom Diameter: 2 1/2"
  • Height: 5 1/4"
  • Capacity: 16 oz.

The Beer Can Glass is shaped like the beer or soda can, this 16-ounce beauty really ups the ante. It's designed to closely mimic the smoothly pleasing contours of a traditional aluminum beer can, while still offering the head-releasing flavor benefits of a glass. These glasses are typically used to serve beer, soda and also often for cider.

Glassware Specifications:

  • Top Diameter: 3 1/4"
  • Bottom Diameter: 3 1/8"
  • Height: 4"
  • Capacity: 12.5 oz.

The old fashioned glass is a short tumbler used for serving spirits, such as whisky, neat or with ice cubes ("on the rocks"). It is also normally used to serve certain cocktails, such as the old fashioned, from which it receives its name.

Glassware Specifications:

  • Top Diameter: 3 3/8"
  • Bottom Diameter: 2 3/8"
  • Height: 6 1/4"
  • Capacity: 16 oz.

A pint glass is a form of glassware made to hold either a British ("imperial") pint of 20 imperial fluid ounces (568 ml) or an American pint of 16 US fluid ounces (473 ml). These glasses are typically used to serve beer, and also often for cider.

Glassware Specifications:

  • Top Diameter: 2 7/8"
  • Bottom Diameter: 2"
  • Height: 4 1/2"
  • Capacity: 15.25 oz.

Stemless glasses are easy to store. They are perfect for large gatherings or parties. These glasses are extremely suitable for red wine and are also suitable for a wide range of other drinks including water, white wine and soft drinks.

Our Team

Christina Benoit

Christina Benoit
Creative Director

After graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design with an interior design degree Christina moved to Maine from Florida. Christina and Greg founded Benoit’s Design Co in 2014 while working in the interior design community. She joined Greg in 2018 as Creative Director of the brand. A daughter of two crafters she learned to love working with natural materials and exploring new mediums. If you don’t find her working in the studio, she can be found on Casco Bay, exploring nature, or on a crafting adventure.


Greg Benoit

Greg Benoit

Greg graduated with a BFA in industrial design from SCAD and moved back to Maine in 2011. He began his design career as a product designer for a national outdoor retailer. After having a life altering event in 2013 he and Christina decided to found Benoit’s Design Company in Westbrook Maine. Greg realized life is precious and wanted to design products that connected to the adventurer within everyone. He grew up in very active family who spent summer on the water and winter in the mountains. Any chance he can get he loves to travel and experience new cultures. If he doesn’t have projects up to his eyeballs than he is spending time with family and friends, dishing up something new in “Greg’s dirty kitchen”, or cleaning the dust off the shop dog, Walter.


Justin Gonyea

Justin Gonyea

Justin is a creative professional and avid family man. He enjoys communicating visually and solving problems with design. Prior to joining Benoit's Design Co. Justin spent the last ten years as a high school art and design teacher in Burlington, VT. He has traveled to every state in the continental United States (in one road trip), made a horror movie with a bunch of teenagers and holds a current "personal best" record of 54 raw oysters on the half shell in one sitting. When Justin isn't creating in the studio you can find him and his family grilling, hiking, camping, skateboarding or just exploring Maine. Or, you know, trying to eat more oysters.


Karen Stanhope

Karen Stanhope

Karen had a long, successful career in Corporate America and retired after 35 years to search for a position that she could be passionate about and still utilize her Administrative, Project Management and Accounting skills. When not working, Karen can be found attempting to run, bike and swim as she trains for the Tri for A Cure event held annually by the Maine Cancer Foundation, or experimenting in the kitchen, cooking or baking new recipes to test on her family and friends. Karen enjoys traveling to the Caribbean islands with her husband to escape the Maine winter, if only for a brief time, each year.