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18 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental

Good looking, Solid, User boat. Turn key. Rebuilt KL motor - 165 hours. Holds 30# oil pressure; Burns 3gph fuel, consistent. New: Stainless shaft, Strut bearing, tach cable Rebuilt: KL motor, Carb, starter, 12v generator, fuel pump I bought the boat from the second owner. She was cosmetically rough, motor was seized, but she appeared structurally sound. Chrome was good with no pitting, Interior was decent and complete. The trailer built for the boat and was really solid. KL motor was rebuilt by Superior Engine & Machine Inc. Water pump rebuilt. Gear box internally inspected. 150# compression on all cylinders. Carb rebuilt by Peter Henkel Inc.. Starter and 12v generator rebuilt by Murley Marine. Added supplemental gauges: Oil pressure (mechanical), Temp (Digital), Voltmeter, Hour meter. Original bottom, caulked and tight. No soak Deck and hull stripped to bare wood, Stained with Chris Craft Mahogany, Deck seams filled and painted. Awlgrip varnish: 8 coats. King plank (blond) resisted bleaching, so I painted that portion black. Made new motor box; stain and varnish. Opened up under front deck area. Made storage platform for life jackets etc. Interior upholstery decent and looks good. Trailer: RoadRunner of Texas. Built for 18' Chris Craft. Good tires, bearings. Has hydraulic surge brakes, not hooked up. Cover: Full cover with poles. Serviceable. Top corners of transom have temp fix. (2 pictures) More pictures of boat are available!

50 Feet 1926 Custom Salish Sea Rum Runner Bridge Deck Cruiser

Winning the “Best Classic” at the 2019 Seattle Opening Day parade, and pampered in covered moorage all her life, the Corsair II is truly a showstopper! With 45 years being cared for and cruised by the same loving owners, this one-of-a kind classic yacht is for sale. Newly surveyed with a freshly painted hull and topsides, the Corsair II is a widely admired classic that is ready to cruise. Fir below and cedar above the waterline over oak frames, teak decks and mahogany cabin. Ford-Lehman Diesel 135, cruising @10 knots, burns only 4 gals/hr; carries 325 gals. diesel, 125 gals water with propane stove/oven and propane/shore power refrigeration. 2 staterooms, 2 heads, wheelhouse/saloon & flybridge. More about the Corsair II- she’s custom designed by naval architect Leigh Coolidge and built in 1926 by Martinac in Tacoma for B. F. Jacobs, was a predicted log racer. Martinac Shipyard remains an active boat builder, yet built only four yachts. She appeared in Buffalo Marine Engine and Union Oil advertising, touting Jacobs’ skills winning races like the Olympia – Victoria “in 50 knot gales.” Bob Bryan who lived aboard for 17 years, and son Brandy , who grew up on the boat and is now a career naval officer acquired her in 1979. In 1986 they cruised to Vancouver to participate in the World’s Fair Maritime Exhibit. In 2001, fortuity came into play for Sally and Bob, when explaining the boat to neighbors, the lady said, “I’ve been on your boat and I dated a guy that was a live aboard. He had it beached on the ship canal. She provided photos as proof. The original owner’s grandnephew visited with stories of the boat’s 1920’s adventures, including the fact that she had been commissioned for mapping in Alaska. It brought dimension to vintage photos of fur coated men and women with rifles on deck and another shows the hull badly scraped having been sucked into a fish weir by current. When asked how she handles in rough seas, Bob says the obvious: “That’s what she was built for. She always comes back right side up”. Rumrunner? An old fisherman in Pender said: “I know your boat. She had a foot well in the afterdeck where those planks are strangely butted. When I was a kid guys from the Olmstead gang came in on her with women mad because they were drunk. The men left to find a bar. The women invited us aboard. We partied until the men returned and we ran like hell!” [Olmstead -Seattle Police Captain was convicted of tax evasion during Prohibition. His wife broadcast radio children’s’ stories which contained coded drop point messages.]

30 Feet 1976 Chris Craft Sportsman

In the mid 70's Chris Craft set out to compete with the legendary Ray Hunt designed 31 Bertram Moppie known for its Deep-V hull's offshore performance. Being the obvious choice for the job, Chris Craft contracted Ray Hunt for this project. While designing the 30 Sportsman, Hunt corrected some of the short comings of the 31 Moppie, increasing the beam and freeboard resulting in a more stable and dry ride. The improvements of the hull design showed, and the Chris Craft Sportsman proved to outperform the Bertram Moppie. However production of the Sportsman was quickly halted following a law suit by Bertram claiming the hulls were too similar. For this reason only 46 of these boats were ever produced making them extremely rare. Only a handful exist today in running order. At a whopping 12,300lbs and an 11'11" beam these boats are among the most sturdy and stable boats ever designed. This example has been completely restored in 2012 with some contemporary refinements. The design refinements and mechanical upgrades were planned by the owner who was a former design consultant to Chris-Craft. His intent was to develop a contemporary version of the Ray Hunt designed Sportsman yet retain it's original essence and DNA. This comprehensive restoration with modifications was accomplished by Mayea Boat Works in Fair Haven, Michigan. The boat is in showroom condition. Mechanical Upgrades: 425 hp 496 CID Crusader V8s, heat exchangers, stainless 1 1/2-shafts 18 x 22 Nibral wheels, 4 1/2'' exhaust system, all new instrumentation/gauges with all new boat wiring, hydraulic steering, four heavy duty batteries, Garmin GPS, new aluminum fuel tank, trim tabs, new plastic water and holding tanks, electric head, galley with new refrigerator. Design Refinements: Styled bow pulpit with extended side rails, splash rail faired into integrated swim platform, windshield hydraulic lower opening vents, built in beam width width stern seat, mid ship storage area below deck, engine-box covers fitted with power lifters, all hatches fitted with gas struts, deck hatch fitted with skylight, complete professional awl grip paint job.

16 Feet 1961 Borum Corsair

The boat is a 1961 16' Borum Corsair with a small sleeping area in the bow. It has sliding windows in the V cushioned front area. It has a fold down front seat that lowers for even more area and storage below. The boat has a large rear cock pit with a well wall petition between transom area. The well wall can accommodate additional rear seat and or deck chairs can be placed on cock pit floor. Boat has had a complete 100% restoration and is a 100% clean wood rot free boat. Boat has all new upholstery to include all cushions, Bimini top with boot, side curtains and camper top rear canvas which have never been used. It has new Bay Star hydraulic steering, brand new old stock MerControl box, control cables and harness. New tachometer and hour meter and fuel gage. It is equipped with new bilge pump and float switch. Has new fuel tank, fuel sender and Racor fuel filter. New battery, vintage battery box, battery switch and new charger. The boat has two Coca-Cola coolers installed along with fire extinguisher, whistle, well mounted paddle, dock lines and fenders. The main engine is a 1986 Mercury 90 HP inline six with power trim and tilt two stroke decaled as a 1965 model year. Motor has had a complete 100% restoration and rebuild from top to bottom. The boat has an auxiliary engine bracket installed on transom. The auxiliary engine is a 1984 Mercury 9.8 HP two cylinder two stroke electric start long shaft decaled as a 1965 model year. Motor has had a complete 100% restoration and rebuild from top to bottom. The trailer is and original Gator trailer with a 100% restoration and has a painted matching spare tire and dolly jack , tie downs with original restored winch. This boat is a 100% turn key boat with 1 hour run time on engines. Boat has full cover. asking price $20,000.00

17 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Sportsman

1939 Chris Craft 17 Deluxe Utility/Sportsman with tandem trailer for sale. In 2014 when I bought it ,the boat needed a new bottom and a cleanup and re-varnish. Hull is all original pre-war Philipine mahogany. Not one mahogany board above the waterline needed replacement. I believe all hardware is original. The previous owner owned had stored it indoors during his many decades ownership. All frames,keel,stem ,transom,deck and topsides original.The Original 6 Cylinder K engine needed a carb job,an ignition points cleanup,a fuel pump rebuild,a new alternator. Compression tested good. After above repairs motor fired right up. BOAT LOCATED IN CANADA 1 HOUR FROM DETROIT MICH. Work done -Hardware stripped and cleaned -Original 6 Cylinder K Motor pulled, repaired ,cleaned and painted. -Boat flipped (see my YOUTUBE video “FLIPPING Our 1939 Chris Craft Utility “ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRpYuOEYEOo ) - Existing plywood bottom stripped and new 'No Soak' West Epoxy Bottom installed and painted. First layer of 3/16 th inch marine plywood nailed and glued to frames with 3M 5200. Second and third layer 3/16th inch marine plywood attached with West Epoxy with West 403 Adhesive filler. Finished with 2 coats of clear West Epoxy and 2 coats of Epifanes forest green polyurethane paint. -Boat flipped upright,all varnish stripped. -Rout and clean deck seams and fill with white sikaflex caulking. -Chris craft mahogany stain and sealer followed by 6 coats of Epifanes Clear varnish. -Interior bilge painted burgundy alkyd paint. -Interior floor decking painted light green. (Interior floor decking sheathed in a rubber like vinyl material with pebble finish..looks like original factory glued on) -Complete rewiring. -Re-bed stuffing box,rudder housing,skeg,all thru-hulls. -Re-pack rudder gland and stuffing box. -New motor mount bolts -Re-install engine. -Re-fasten all mahogany ceiling,hardware,seats, -Cutwater machined and bedded and refastened. -New windshield glass -New vinyl upholstery. -Trailer rewire/new lights/paint. Repack hubs/replace as needed. PERFORMANCE Starts good,sounds good,power good. speed excellent, tranny good, steering good, gauges all work except the tachometer . SEE 3 YOUTUBE VIDEOS VIDEO SHOWING BOAT IN WATER UNDER POWER see YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyKq63y9cfk&t=111s VIDEO PHOTO SLIDESHOW SEE YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58RsA3TxwkM&t=12s VIDEO SHOWING THE FLIPPING OF THE BOAT TO REPLACE BOTTOM. SEE YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRpYuOEYEOo

42 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commodore

In 1955 Chris Craft manufactured only forty four boats of this Commodore class 42 model. The offered vessel is number # 10 which was registered with USCG in 1955 as the M/V Mercedes. It is believed to be 1 of 3 left in existence. The Mercedes was manufactured in 1955 and delivered to Seattle (Lake Union/Lake Washington) where she has been moored her entire life. Purchased from The first family around 1976 and owned by the same family ever since the Mercedes has been a common site cruising and exploring the San Juan Islands. The boat has had 3 generations on board creating memories that will stand the test of time. This does makes it tough for the family to part with her! The boat has been fresh water stored its entire existence and kept inside a boathouse safe from the elements. Repowered with Perkins Diesels (1900 hours) and lovingly cared for throughout its ownership the boat exudes class and style. From the decks, to the fasteners, to the hull, right down to the vintage refrigerator, no expense was spared in keeping this boat pristine through the years. The boathouse is also for sale. The buyer of the M/V Mercedes gets first right of refusal to purchase the boathouse under a separate agreement. The boathouse is located in Ballard area of Seattle by the locks. Long term moorage lease is also available for the boathouse. Survey just completed with haul out performed 4/2021 with new bottom paint.

13 Feet 1961 Glasspar

Very little use, i am second owner. Excellent condition

18' Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility

This 1942 18’ Chris Craft Deluxe Utility was one of the last peacetime boats delivered; sent to Bennett Boat Company in New York six weeks before Pearl Harbor, and was registered as a 1942 model year. The 18’ Deluxe Utility ran for three model years, from 1940 to 1942 and 408 hulls were built. Less than 10% of the hulls were built with the unique wood frame windshield. I have only been able to document 5 surviving 18’ models with the wood framed windows so this example is somewhat special. This boat went through a complete restoration in 2010 by a well-known classic boat restorer that included a new, no-soak 5200 bottom, a new stainless fuel tank, electrical system changed to 12v, the gauges rebuilt, the decking was replaced, the upholstery was replaced and the interior planking stripped and finished. She is powered by her original “K” engine (95 HP) and transmission as delivered in October of 1941. The engine was rebuilt as part of the 2010 restoration. The unique feature of this model is the ventilating windshield. Most boats have solid windshields to keep you out of the wind, but occasionally it is nice to have a breeze. The front windows push open as much or as little as desired. A snap on top was added at restoration to add shade or keep you dry in a sudden rainfall. In 2019 through 2021 the boat went through a restoration update by another professional restorer in Idaho. Work included building a new transom with new matching wood, stripping and taking all side planking down to bare wood, new wood fit into plank gaps and filled with West System epoxy, all new bronze fasteners, new splash rails, re-stained and finished with 7 coats of varnish plus new bottom paint. I have the restoration documentation. This boat is in excellent condition. She won Best Utility at the 2019 Payette Lake ACBS Boat Show and in 2020 was judged Best Pre-War Chris Craft Utility in the Chris Craft Antique Boat Club virtual boat show. She is complete with a custom waterline cover built in 2021, a restored period brass fire extinguisher and a custom-built dual axel Coastline trailer. In the water on Payette Lake in McCall, ID if additional photos or test is desired. Cold start video is at: https://youtu.be/RGowW9r6qDo An end of season run video on Payette Lake is at: https://youtu.be/Xbwd0NA3Ly0

19 Feet 1938 Chris Craft

Flyin’ By is a 1938 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward Custom Runabout powered by her original Chris-Craft Model LC (146 HP) flathead 6 engine with twin Zenith carburetors. (Her original block was replaced at some point along the way as well a matching exhaust manifold). Her hull number is 48264. She was delivered to her first owners in Detroit, MI on August 12 1937 and then subsequently sold to a family in Bloomfield Hills, MI in 1960 where she was enjoyed on Michigan’s Lake St. Clair until 2016 when she was purchased and brought to Lake Champlain in VT for her preservation and numerous upgrades noted below. Flyin’ By is a very unique boat and she is mostly original other than the typical safety and convenience upgrades to keep her and her crew safe. Upgrades are as follow: automatic bilge pump, original 6v electrical system was upgraded to 12v, Fireboy Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing system and a Fireboy M-1 Gasoline Fume Detector (installed 2017), new water intake pump (2019), True 3M 5200 bottom (completed 2019), transmission rebuilt by Robert Henkel (July 2019), leather seats reupholstered (1980 and July 2021). She comes with a custom fit Sea Lion tandem axel trailer with 6 bunks and brakes (spare tire) and a custom fit canvas mooring cover suitable for trailering. She’s ready to go with her original "Chris Craft" flag mounted on her bow and an American flag mounted aft of the engine compartment as well as dock lines and 3 custom embroidered fenders for docking.

15 Ft. Feet 1959 Dorsett Eldorado

Complete ground-up restoration completed 2006.