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2019 Annual Antique Boat Show And Auction
Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary Street, Clayton, New York 13624
Saturday August 3rd, 2019 @ 1pm
The Antique Boat Museum is the finest freshwater wooden boat Museum in the country, having an excellent collection of early launches, runabouts, St. Lawrence Skiffs, outboard motors and engines. The Museum is a not-for-profit organization deriving a significant amount of its revenue for operations from the Annual Antique Boat Show and Auction. The auction has been held annually since 1985 and in recent years has averaged entries of 50 antique boats. It draws over 600 potential buyers. In 2004 over 10,000 people attended the three-day boat show. We welcome boats with and without trailers.
Now accepting consignments
What is the Annual Antique Boat Show And Auction?
Whether you are looking to buy or sell a classic, antique, replica or one of a kind wooden boat the Antique Boat Museum and Antique Boat America .com will try our best to make our Auction a fun and pleasant event for you.
Benefit Boat Buying Program
Throughout the year, the Antique Boat Museum accepts donated boats of all types, shapes, sizes, age and function. In most cases the good folks donating these boats receive a tax deduction. These boats will now be offered for sale at a fraction of their value ALL YEAR though Antique Boat America. The proceeds of the Benefit Boat Program will go to the Antique Boat Museum and will support their education programs and general operation. Boats that are still unsold by July 4th will be offered with NO RESERVE at the Clayton Annual Auction held in conjunction with the Antique Boat Museums Annual Boat Show held the first Saturday of August in Clayton, New York. For further information about the Benefit Boat Program or for those interested in one or more of the boats offered should contact the Program Manager Peter Mellon at 1-800-675-4089 or by email at email@example.com. The boats listed below are currently available for sale.
Auction Boats - 12 found
- Time: newly listed
- Length: shortest first
- Length: longest first
- Price: lowest first
- Price: highest first
- Age: oldest first
- Age: newest first
36 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier
This 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier has had over 100 Thousand dollars invested into it over a 10 year period and is being offered today with NO Reserve. It has a West System NO Soak Bottom which is expensive. The upholstery is in great shape and it has been here for many years in the fresh waters of the St Lawrence River over on Grenell Island. This a perfect size boat for a weekend live aboard situation and you can easily have your million dollar view of the 1000 Islands for a fraction of a home on the River. No trailer is included but transport is available to it;s new home.
22 Feet Aqua Terra Cutter Hull
This boat being offered is a Aqua- Terra 22 foot Inheritance Class Cutter. The hull was made for a gentleman from Sackets Harbor who wanted to build his own boat. As he grew older he was unable to work on the boat. The boat has been brought to us so as to find someone to appreciate the vision and see this project through to completion. This boat could be finished off to a be a launch or a sailboat. It is being offered with the cradle that it now sits on and is being offered with NO RESERVE.
25 Feet 1948 Hutchinson Utility
This gorgeous Hutchinson Utility was built for a cottage owner in nearby Thousand Island Park on Wellesley Island. It was then purchased by a local Clayton Family by the name of Wingerath who kept the boat for 40 years. In 2004 extensive carpentry work was done replacing planks and ribs and the transom. Although the decks and windshield still need to be refinished, the boat has a good running motor and is a wonderful example of the iconic Utility boats produced by Hutchinson in the 1940's. The boat has been stored inside since 2004 and costs estimates for the additional work is available upon request.
21 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Utility Lapstrake Side Steer
This boat spent a number of years in North Carolina and then travelled to just across the border where it spent time here on the St. Lawrence River.
32 Feet 1941 Hubert Johnson Cruiser
Being offered for sale is a 1941 32 Foot Hubert Johnson Sedan. It was once owned by XXX Lewis and was used as the ultimate fishing boat. It has all of the original hardware. The restoration was started by the previous owner. The transom needs to be replaced and the hull does need some repair. This boat is powered by a Palmer 225 HP engine and it would make a great Island commuter or fishing boat. A spare parts motor is also being sold with the boat as well. It is being offered without a trailer. It is being offered with No Reserve.
20 Feet 1920's Sailboat / Sloop
Up for Aiction at NO RESERVE is this 20 Foot sailboat/ sloop. Inlcuded in the sale is the mast and a host of parts for the boat. It was discovered in a builidng where it had sat for almosty 30 years and we hope that it will once again get on the water. There is no trailer but we could help in quoting you for a reasonable transport rate to deliver the boat .
21 Feet 1920's St. Lawrence River Ice Boat
This is a St. Lawrence River Ice bOat from the 1920's. Measuring 20 feet in length, these boats are great runners in the winter time or would make a great display piece. The boat is in storage for over 20 years and always protected from the elements. It is being offered today at No Reserve. The boat has no trailer but transport can be arranged at a reasonable price.
21 Feet 1997 Custom Built Utility
Custom built in Canada this 21 Foot Utility is one of 7 ever built. It was purchased in 1997 and has been in the fresh waters of the St. Lawrence River since that time in one Family. The Family is now selling their TI Park home and leaving the River.
25 Feet 1957 Jafco Seamaster
The first JAFCO Seamaster was built by Hutchinson Brothers Boat Woks in Alexandria Bay. Very few of these pocket Cruisers were built - Less than 100 and even fewer are know to exist to this day. These boats were built in Buffalo New York and were known to handle the waters of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. This boat has been in indoor storage for over 10 years and needs some cosmetic work. It is powered by Twin Chrysler 135 HP engines which will move the boat along nicely
26 Feet 1971 Lyman Sleeper
This 1971 Lyman Sleeper has spent many years in the St. Lawrence River region. It recently underwent some plank replacement and is ready for a new owner. It is powered by a 340 Chrysler V-8 engine which will power the boat nicely. This is a lapstrake hull, clinker built design with twin batteries and switch, a depth finder, fish finder , a swim platform, full canvas covers and a full set of cushions for the cuddy cabin and seats. She is loaded for boating and ready to go. She comes atop a 2016 Tandem Axel Excalibur trailer custom fitted for the boat which has been sued mainly for storage until now. It will pull the boat nicely.
26' Feet 1983 Chris-Craft Stinger 260 SL
Chris-Craft's foray into high performance boats began in the late 70s with the Excalibur series, which became the Stinger models in 1981 and were recognized as Chris-Craft's top-of-the-line offshore power boats in the 80s. The 39-foot Stinger models were the featured boats in "Miami Vice" starting in 1984. This 1983, 26-foot version is powered by twin Mercruiser 260 HP V-8s that push her along at well over 50 MPH. Clean and well kept, she comes with two reconditioned props and all equipment needed for immediate use. Classic fiberglass with power and speed at an attractive price!
17 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman
Clean user boat. Restoration was done in 2010. Bottom was replaced in tradition method and engine was rebuilt at that time. Seller got the boat about 6 years ago and since has done Chart Plotter & fish finder w/manuals, Custom cover-used for trailing and equipped w/draw string for slip w/ covered holes for dock lines Fuel/water separating filter, 3 carbs rebuilt 2013, Bow flag, Electronic ignition (not installed because it is not needed at this time, boat runs great), Boarding ladder, Calibrated gas tank to prevent overfill spills to waterways. Spare points & condenser, Copies of original manuals, Original 6 volt fuel gauge (can be sold to suppliers), Temperature gauge in dashboard, Staged battery charger 12 volt bilge pump. Trailer included.
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