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22 Feet 1946 Hacker Craft Utility
A beautiful example built by Hacker Craft in 1946, this 22 Utility model has been nicely restored and maintained to a high degree. 3M 5200 no-soak bottom, Chrysler Royal straight-8 cylinder engine with low hours, Paragon hydraulic transmission, maintained by Van Dam boats previously. Very practical s-cockpit design with 2/3 second seat ahead of the engine. Iva Lite spotlight. A fitted tandem axle trailer and cover are also included. Varnish and bottom paint recently done.
26' Feet 1990 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit
A beautiful modern Classic, with no soak bottom. Built in 1990 and completely redone in 2017. This included strip and refinish of the entire boat, no wood replacement was needed according to a survey. The engine was rebuilt. A total mechanical overhaul was done in May 2022. Brand new custom Bow Thruster, New Auto Bilge, New Garmin 10" GPS w/ touch screen and Active Captain, New 4 Blade Bronze Vibe Free Prop, 40 Gallon Fuel Capacity, Built in Fresh Water Flush System, 12 Volt- 2 new batteries with switch. Powered by a Crusader 350, 270hp with 130 hours.
27 Feet 2011 Hacker Craft Sport Runabout
Better than new; this 2011 Hacker Sport has recently undergone a full and comprehensive restoration. A recent survey report is available, condition reported as Bristol ++. Powered by a Crusader 8.1L fuel injected engine with only 173 original hours. Equipped with a closed loop cooling system. Bow thruster. Full teak cockpit sole and swim platform. Brand new interior, all chrome, paint, and varnish in new condition. The Sport model is an ideal family boat that serves equally well as a tender for a larger yacht, or a cocktail cruiser. Integrated swim platform and transom steps. Wraparound forward windshield. This example needs absolutely nothing and is ready to enjoy!
24 Feet 1992 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1992 Hacker Craft Traditional Triple has been well-maintained and is in very nice overall condition. Purchased by her current owners in 2013, her keel was replaced and bottom work completed by Wykes' Boatworks. Varnish and paint have also been refreshed recently. Boathouse-kept and her original interior is in very good condition. She is sold complete with her original tandem axle trailer and a recent custom waterline cover is also included. A file with documentation, literature, and service history is also included. This is a desirable model that is very fairly priced.
26 Feet 1998 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1998 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout is in excellent condition and features the desirable walk-through configuration between the first and second cockpits. She has been recently varnished and bottom paint refreshed. Powered with the larger, 454cid Crusader fuel injected engine. Interior, chrome, mechanicals, and trailer all in very good condition. This Hacker Craft is ready to enjoy. Name and registration numbers removed in preparation for her next custodian!
30 Feet 1986 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1986 Hacker Craft has been meticulously maintained since her restoration and features a full factory replacement bottom. The restoration was completed in 2011 and the boat has been used sparingly since that time. New deep rudder, 17x19 4-blade propeller, 4600 RPM @ WOT. Traditional triple cockpit design with integrated cooler in intermediate deck. All chrome and upholstery in excellent condition. Mahogany floors and engine compartment lining. Cockpit floors have custom carpet inserts to protect varnished floorboards. Snap-on cockpit covers included as well as a full dust cover. Matching lines, fenders, and trailer all included.
17 Feet 1936 Hacker Craft Utility
Excellent preserved condition pre-war Hacker. 3M 5200 bottom by Don Danenberg in 2009. Original Chrysler Marine ACE 6 cylinder flathead engine runs flawlessly. Bilge blower and automatic bilge pump. Stainless steel fuel tank. Full custom canvas cover to the waterline. Custom TrailMaster single axle trailer with new tires and spare. 2 boat owner is MOTIVATED to sell this one! Asking $24,000 or reasonable offer.
30 Feet 1986 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This is a very low-hours 30' Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout. She was purchased from her previous owner with only 80 hours on the meter in 2012. Upholstery, chrome, and varnish all in very nice, like-new, condition and she has been fitted with a custom waterline mooring cover. In 2019, she received a partial bottom and frame replacement as needed, making this boat suitable for another lifetime of reliable service. Comes atop a fitted galvanized tandem axle trailer.
17 Feet 1927 John Hacker Pelican 151 Raceboat
This is the real deal - an original John Hacker design, 151 class Pelican racer from the mid-1920's. This is an early step hull hydroplane design that was built for the 151-class, popular throughout the 1920's and 1930's. She has gone through quite a bit of restoration work years ago and is ready for a new owner to complete her. All bottom planks were removed, cleaned, and reinstalled/riveted as original. Rudder, steering hardware, etc all present. Originally campaigned as B-91 and bearing the name "Spitfire V", this is a rare example to find in such preserved condition. The Peerless-151 engine has received new babbited bearings, pistons, etc and is complete minus a water pump and distributor. This is a very worth project for the enthusiast interested in the Golden Era of raceboat competition.
30 Feet 1929 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This Hacker-Craft triple was purchased new in 1929 by a Manhattan Episcopalian bishop at the New York City Boat Show. She remained on Lake George, NY until 1989, when purchased by renowned wooden boat aficionado Mark Mason of Lake Winnipesaukee. She was subsequently purchased by Alan Jackson and at 74 years old went through a 3-year professional restoration. Will O' The Wisp is now arguably one of the nicest 30-foot Hackers in the world! Her current owner is making room in his collection for another Hacker Triple.
22 Feet 1947 Hacker Craft Utility
This 1947 Hacker Craft Utility is an extremely rare boat. It is also completely original. It is powered by a Straight 6 135 HP Chrysler engine which will move the boat along nicely. The deep V-Bottom makes for a beautiful ride and is one of our favorite riding boats. It has a West System "no soak" bottom and comes with a tandem axel trailer which is custom fitted to the boat It is complete with a full Sunbrella waterline cover which is also with the boat.
26 Feet 1930 Hacker Designed triple cockpit Runabout Built by Hutchinson
1930, 26 ft. Triple Cockpit Runabout, designed by John Hacker and custom-built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, NY. The Honduras mahogany deck and side planks are cut book-match so that the grain is mirrored from the king-plank to the covering boards and down the sides. A 5200 new bottom was installed using Hacker’s original design, with double planked Honduras mahogany at 45 degrees on the inner hull and fore to aft on the outer planks. The bottom has new stringers made of vertical grain Douglas fir and new frames, chines, battens, knees and a new keel, forefoot and stem. The hull and decks were stripped to bare wood and newly stained to the original color. The sides and deck are original wood and fastened with the original cooper roves (sides) and bronze screws (deck). The gas tank is new. The original interior gauges were cleaned and refurbished to exact working order. The interior leather, to match the original shade and texture, was replaced. The engine, a 1957 Chrysler Hemi 325 HP was completely rebuilt. The cylinders were re-bored and the rods, etc. were replaced with state of the art equipment. A MSD electronic ignition was installed. Since rebuild the engine has less than 50hrs. The OTHER WOMAN, first named “Kit” is in excellent condition, and has maintained its antique status. She has won many awards, most recently Best Hutchinson and People’s Choice at the Antique Boat Museum’s 52nd Annual Boat Show. She has also been featured in numerous magazine articles and books, including a book by James Barry called “Hackercraft” first published in 2002. Original documentation on this boat is available, including the first registration, early pictures, restoration work pictures, engine re-built pictures, etc.
29.5 Feet 1928 Hacker Craft Company Dolphin Deluxe
1928 29' 6" HACKER CRAFT CO Dolphin Deluxe.There are runabouts, and there are Hackers. No other wooden boat builders have enjoyed over a century of acclaim and accomplishment, as have the American craftsmen at Hacker Boat Company. For generations, Hacker Craft mahogany runabouts have ruled the waterways from Lake Tahoe to Long Island Sound. GAD-A-BOUT is an immaculate, triple-cockpit representation of the gilded era of wooden boats, when massive gas engines were squeezed into luxurious speedboats to thrill the elite - royalty, titans of industry, and Hollywood celebrities - with speed and exhilaration. The sleek mahogany speedsters were introduced into a world of recreational boating that up and to then had been a staid, slow-paced world of rowing boats, steam-powered launches, and spartan sailing craft. Boating was never to be the same. With the gleaming, varnished mahogany, the nickel chrome hardware, and the plush, multiple seating areas these double and triple cockpit runabouts transformed the pleasure boating market, and numerous builders sprung up to sate the nation's quest for speed and performance. Renowned names like Dodge, Chris Craft, Gar Wood began building runabouts, often as a result of speedboat racing success, but none ever reached the pinnacle of craftsmanship and perfection that John Hacker did. To possess a luxury item from a storied era nearly a century ago, in this high level of condition, is a rare opportunity. Stutz Bearcat motorcars, Piaget watches, Erte paintings, Frank Lloyd Wright homes, Hacker runabouts - all conjure up memories and images of the best artisans a time period, long-passed, had to offer. One does not merely possess such priceless artifacts, one serves in stewardship for the next generation to treasure and enjoy. GAD-A-BOUT is turn-key, and ready to cut a wake and turn heads wherever her next dock and waterway await her.
24 Feet 1930 Hacker Craft Dolphin Runabout
A keel up restoration was completed June 2015. New 5200 bottom, West System epoxy sides and decks, 12 coats of varnish with 3 coats of urethane for uv protection. No swelling or cracking of any seams, finish is like glass. Everything has been refinished. New custom venture trailer 2015. 440 Chrysler Marine engine equipped with closed cooling system. This boat took two awards at its first show. Very rare and a must see!
26 Feet 1926 Hacker Dolphin Triple Cockpit
In 2008 she had major restoration done, including new frames (15), some ribs replaced as necessary, new 5200 bottom, keel, stem, transom and rear deck, and fuel tanks. This is a rare and desirable boat that is a high quality user that shows extremely well. Cockpit layout is very desirable with easy access in forward cockpit and original style windshield. Gauge panel is original as is the hardware. Upholstery looks fantastic.
30 Feet 1985 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
This boat was custom built by Morgan Hacker for its current owner, a friend of Bill Morgan. Exceptionally well maintained, always used in fresh water. Very low usage since new. The original 454 Crusader engine suffered a mechanical failure, so a brand new engine was installed in 2015 and has 0 hours of use. Bottom paint, varnish, interior, flooring, chrome all in very nice condition.
21 Feet 1948 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
Beautiful boat with a unique Canadian flare. Hacker design built by Dorner Furniture CO. in Canada. They built about 4 boats per year according to the story. The boat went through a complete restoration about 8 years ago and has been used very little since. seller says bottom was replaced during an earlier restoration. This boat has very distinctive styling.
26 Feet 1936 Hacker Commuter
Construction of this Commuter began in 1936. She was completed and remained unused until June of 2010! It was built from a set of Hacker lines. The builder of the boat was a Detroit based inventor. The 140hp Chrysler engine has never been fired and the twin fuel tanks never held gas. The boat sat on a sturdy, supportive cradle until very recently. It had no rot, no notable damage, and had spent nearly no time outdoors. The gauges showed only 0.2 hours of running time! The boat has been professionally finished and is now a usable piece of history. The boat was launched for the very first time on fathers day 2010.
20 Feet 1947 Hacker Craft Utility
This boat is all original except the Crusader 350 engine. Original bottom (dbl planked white cedar)has been refastened, new transom, 1 new bow cover board. A very nice restoration and ready to go. A fast, fun boat for the St. Lawrence. Fresh restoration!!
22 Feet 1994 Custom Hacker Gentleman's Racer
This boat was custom built by an Industrial Designer to a John Hacker design. She is a classic design bulit with modern methods. Framed with epoxy encapsulated white oak. Mahogany over double planked mahogany plywood sheathed in 10 oz. fiberglass set in West System epoxy. Decks are ½ inch solid mahogany over plywood. Stainless steel fastened, she is dressed out with custom cast, chromed bronze hardware and stainless steel. Italian leather seating, finished in dark blue hull and bright decks and interior. Powered by a balanced, twin carb 318 Chrysler MC V-8 producing 260 hp. With only 50 hours running time, this is virtually a new boat. This boat was designed for the builders personal use and has won several Classic Boat Show awards.
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