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21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado
One of only 117 Coronado models built in 1965, this model year featured an all-new redesign with a wider hull and sleek black sliding Landau hardtop. This example was restored in 2004 and has very little use since completed. Original interior, which is intact but could be replaced with a new A&A reproduction interior by her next owner. The 330hp Ford Interceptor has been comprehensively rebuilt and only has a few hours of runtime since it was completed. The Landau top was removed and restored, all chrome replated at a cost of $7,000, fuel tank cleaned and lined, replacement A&A deck vinyl, replaced wiring, varnish and paint updated at the time of restoration. This is a very solid '65 Coronado that could be brought to exceptional condition with some minor work as most of the big jobs have already been completed!
28 Feet 2007 Bermuda Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Custom built by Sportsman Yachts, this "Bermuda" model is a traditional style Hacker 28' triple cockpit runabout. Full cold molded epoxy and wood construction, she features classic lines blended with modern construction techniques for longevity and extended maintenance intervals. Outfitted with all custom hardware, custom interior upholstery, and well-powered with a 350cid Marine Power V8 engine with less than 100 hours of run time since new. This is well-priced triple cockpit runabout that is ready to enjoy. Complete with a cover and custom tri-axle trailer.
28 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Hull needs extensive rework but the motor has been rebuilt. New top, stainless steel frame. New gauges. Storage trailer included and has new tires. Propeller and transmission in good shape. The windshield is there and all parts included. Started to restore but now it's time to pass this project along to another ambitious restorer.
12 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Kit Boat
Original owned by the current owner's Grandfather and some restoration work completed by the family. A complete engine tuneup and service was completed in July of 2019. Used a few times and now ready for another captain to enjoy!
23 Feet 1967 Chrysler Clipper 485
Unusual Chrysler Hydro-Vee cabin series. Sleeps two, large walk around area in back with folding long benches. Nice large trailer. Good runner with Volvo out drive. Unique design which might interest Mopar collectors.
18 Feet 1955 Lyman Utility
Seller has owned the boat for about 25 years. It was recently restored when he originally bought it. 12 Years ago the boat was stripped to bare wood and refinished. After that the hull sides or front deck were painted or varnished every year since. The boat comes with a mooring cover and convertible top which are both in good condition. The 2 year old cushions are very clean
23 Feet 2013 Chris Craft 23 Barrel by Fish Brothers
Fish Brothers Signature Series 23' Barrel Back. This replica of a 23 Barrel has dual windshields, dual horns on the front deck, Maple wood dash, blue faced gauges. It comes on a tandem trailer with a full cover. The boat does need some cosmetic work but the price of the boat reflects the work needed.
17 Feet 1987 Boston Whaler Super Sport
This immaculate 17ft 1987 Boston Whaler Super Sport has been meticulously restored in 2018. It appears as if it is a brand new boat! The hull sides and deck received primer, interlux interprotect, and 2 part epoxy Awlgrip. The deck also received custom non-skid Awlgrip. New rub rail, new steering, new wiring, and refinished mahogany plywood brightwork. The 90hp Yamaha has been gone through and received upper and lower seals, new water pump, and new prop. The boat comes on a trailer with a brand new custom cover.
19 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Capri
One of Chris Craft's most popular and attractive runabout models, a total of 786 19' Capris were built between 1955 and 1958. The two tone blond and red mahogany color scheme appeared in a number of Chris Craft's post-war models. The tango red & white interior option was only available in 1957 and 1958 production models. This example was a very well preserved find, with only one owner for 30 years on Lake Winnepesaukee in New Hampshire, before going into dry storage until her restoration. She has been comprehensively restored with a no-soak 5200 replacement bottom, full refinish, new wiring, her original Chris Craft KFL engine fully rebuilt, all new chrome, and correct replacement upholstery. This 19' Capri is in great condition and has been restored to a very high degree!
14 Feet 1946 Penn Yan
Single owner boat, and kept in very good shape. This Penn Yan is in as good as shape as any has been stored inside most of its life. Popular after the war these car toppers allowed families to explore the US and have access to various bodies of water.
36 Feet 1971 Grand Banks Classic 36
This Classic 26 has been under single ownership for the last 15 years, and she was purchased from the original owner at that time. It is in the yard at Ventura, CA for restoration that is 95% complete. Seller is looking to downsize and pass this boat on to another capable custodian. It has twin diesels with fuel consumption of 3 gallons per hour at 1500rpm and 8 kts boat speed. Engines are in running condition. One of the last wood Grand Banks built.
17 Feet 1957 Century Resorter
Fully restored Century Resorter. Refinished original wood shines like new and still has the original fire extinguisher from the factory. Upgraded electrical ignition and new aluminum fuel tank. The original engine has been rebuilt and is immaculate with very few hours on the rebuild. It has been in storage for the past 3 years. All gas was drained from the tank to prevent ethanol damage. The only thing this boat needs is an adjustment to the windshield as it does not line up with the port side of the frame.
26 Feet 1901 Lozier Launch
Originally built in Plattsburgh, NY. Completely restored by Cutts & Case of Oxford, MD around 2006, then sat in storage until donated to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Current owner purchased in 2011. Stored in climate controlled storage in the winter and kept in boathouse during the summer when in use. New engine installed in 2006 has less than 100 hours of use.
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
One of Chris Craft's most popular and versatile models, the U-22 Sportsman is a great size and regarded as the perfect "second boat" for a growing collection. Roomy and easy to captain, the Sportsman model is a good boat for entertaining, day cruising, and a manageable size for towing. This example is in very nice user condition and was used during the 2020 season. She has a traditional bottom that is in good condition. Service work, tuneup, and various upgrades completed earlier in the season with invoices available. This is a nice affordable classic that is sold complete with a tandem axle bunk trailer!
21 Feet 1948 Norse Boats
This boat was recently donated to the Lowcountry Maritime School. We would like to sell it in order to help finance our programs which teach STEM lessons to students through boatbuilding. It came to us from Asheville, NC where it lived on a nearby lake.
28 Feet 1905 New York Boat Works Launch
Multiple award winner this 1905 New York Boat Works Launch is one of the last known torpedo stern launches in this premium condition known to exist today. The boat has always been kept in a climate controlled storage on a custom built trailer. Powered by a fully restored Red Wing 2 Cyl engine 8 HP engine. The boat is 90% original except fir the upholstery which is a marine grade vinyl rather than the original 1905 leather. A full pictorial and written account of the restoration and history of the boat by request.
16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Utility
‘Project’, 1941 Chris Craft Utility. 6V 60 HP CC engine #25335. Chrome and upholstery original. Purchased in 1985 from Nick Patch - the director of Champlain Longboats and Expeditions at the Champlain Maritime Museum. "Annabelle" has not seen the water since 1989. A pre-sale survey was completed in 2007, but the owners never sold. A Commodore’s last yacht looking for another voyage!
16 Feet 1958 Century Resorter
The boat is in very good condition and is 80% through restoration. Work completed: The transom has been replaced along with a new mahogany aft deck that when bleached and stained will match the Avodire foredeck very well. The hull is almost ready for stain and varnish, only rub rails need prep for stain. Above the water line has been refastened where needed and has an original planking that soaks up as it should. There are no components missing and all the trim work is in good to very good condition. Dash gauges are in excellent condition as well as a desirable spotlight. The engine runs and has been converted to 12 volt and all the gauges work, though a 6 volt step down transformer is needed for gauges. Also included is a custom-made boat cover, trailer, Sikaflex, correct stain, and misc. items to aid finishing. A reasonable price for a very manageable project!
14 Feet 1958 Duraplane Rambler
I found this boat on Craigslist 2 years ago. I was only going to buy the windshield for another restoration I was about to start but when I saw the condition of the boat I bought it all. It had been kept in a barn for 30 years . Every piece of chrome lights steering wheel controls are original from 58. No rechroming needed. A restaurant at Disney World has considered buying it for the boathouse floating art exhibit. Duraplane boats was started by a WWII fighter pilot by the name of T I. Weston in Columbia SC. There were only 1000 of these boats ever produced.
22 Feet 1967 Lyman Sleeper
Only three owners. Only 146 produced. All original S1008, 22-Sleeper model, boards. Boat is listed in Ohio Historic Society. A rare find! New cushions, Ray Ware fish finder, compass, vhf marine radio, Perko dual battery selector switch, blower, etc.
22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
Classic 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman 22. Has been in freshwater its whole life and was being used this entire season up until I took her out for the season. Comes with custom dual axle aluminum trailer, cover, upholstery, original stern light, and much more. Overall great boat but does need a little cosmetic work here and there. There is also one cracked rib beneath the front of the engine, price reflected. All recent photos within the last few weeks.
26 Feet 1914 Fay and Bowen Launch
Expertly crafted by Fay & Bowen Boatworks in 2014; the builder produced a total of 875 boats between 1900 and 1929, making them one of the earliest production power boat builders. This 26 foot example is a traditional motor launch, which offers a unique and social seating arrangement. Her side steering configuration and central engine location allow passengers to move around freely and comfortable. She has been nicely repowered with a Chris Craft Model-B 60hp engine that moves the boat along nicely. Along with a new fuel tank the Chris Craft B has recently been serviced with all new valves and replacement head gasket. She has spent most of her years in the fresh waters of Lake George, NY. This is a beautiful, after-5 o'clock cocktail launch that is ready to add to your collection.
27 Feet 2000 Hacker Dolphin by Fish Brothers
2000 27' Fish Brother Hacker Craft Dolphin. This 27' custom made runabout is a replica of the 26' Dolphin model made circa 1928 by the Hacker Boat Company in Mt. Clemens, MI. It is reminiscent of the Hydroplanes referred to by the writer F. Scott Fitzgerald in his classic American novel about the roaring 20’s, “The Great Gatsby” Commissioned in 1999 by the original owner “The Great Gatsby” was produced by highly regarded custom runabout builders Fish Brothers of Queensbury, NY. and completed in 2000. It adheres very closely to the original 1928 Hacker-Craft design lines of the 26' Dolphin model with the exception of one additional foot in overall length. This runabout is a one of a kind, non-production replica which reflects the builders efforts to comply with the original design lines, instrumentation, and upholstery of a Dolphin from the 20’s. Given today’s boat building technology and materials, “The Great Gatsby” was fabricated for lasting durability, strength, appearance, and unmatched performance. A triple cockpit runabout which comfortably seats 7 persons, this Dolphin is powered by a 502 Merc MPI 400 HP engine and is capable of speeds in excess of 50 MPH. Among it’s numerous other features are Halon Fire System, dual batteries, and bilge blower. The boat comes with a 2007 tandem axle Searra Custom Trailer. All paperwork and documentation is included.
22 Feet 1941 Hutchinson Boat Works Utility
Originally built by Hutchinson Boatworks of Alexandria Bay, NY; these boats were often used for guide fishing, transporting people and goods to island properties, and general recreation. This example was purchased new by the extended family of the current owner, and was on display at the Clayton Antique Boat Museum in its early years between 1980 and 1987. She was brought to Tennessee and regularly used into the 1990's, then kept in covered storage since. The boat is complete and now in need of cosmetic refinishing and an engine rebuild. 1988 aluminum tandem trailer included.
17 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Sportsman
1954 17' Chris Craft Sportsman. 283 Chris Craft Engine. Hull is dry, no leaks. Blower, SS gas tank, automatic bilge pump. Boat is in show condition or very close Photos shown are recent. Engine hours are unknown but probably very low. Galvanized twin axle trailer with tool box. Custom canvas cover. Restoration by Old Time Boat Company in Mt. Dora, FL. They know the boat well.
24 Feet 1930 Ditchburn Neptune Triple Cockpit Runabout
Building on its legacy of grace and speed, the Ditchburn Boat Company built the Viking model based on a Bert Hawker design in the late 1920s. It had a hard chine hull and more muscular lines to appeal to a new generation of boat buyers. In 1930, Ditchburn added a shorter more agile version of the Viking, with a forward drive layout, and it became known as the Neptune model. The Neptune was a 24’ triple cockpit launch with Ditchburn’s iconic upswept foredeck - a modern design, blending elegance with performance. This boat was originally built for the Marshall family at Windermere in Muskoka and was named the “Margaretta’. It has been in the Muskokas ever since. The original engine was a 100hp straight 8 Buchanan engine. It was repowered in 1986 when the boat was completely restored by Butson Boats. It now features a water cooled 185hp V6 Crusader and can run at speeds in excess of 40mph. In addition to the new engine the restoration included a new hull, replating of all chrome hardware and new leather seats. Original features include the engraved ‘German silver’ instrument panel, a navy top and a ‘fireman’s siren’ horn. She handles well, runs smoothly at speed and has been meticulously maintained over the years.
22 Feet 1961 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This locally built boat has resided in its home, the Thousand Islands, on Steamboat Island for most of its life. This model was extremely popular in the area and was used for guiding, daily commuting, and cruising. This boat is in good condition and runs very well. The upgraded engine at 220 hp provides exceptional power for the boat, making this sport extremely fast, reliable and fun. It has been in the water and used every year including most recently October 2020.
30 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Constellation
This boat has received about $50,000 worth of work from the current owner including a new fiberglass top over the last ten years. The previous owner put $100,000 worth of work over the course of many years. The boat has been used every summer in the last ten years and is in good running order.
16 Feet 1963 Arkansas Traveler
This boat was bought a couple of years ago at the Clayton Boat Show Auction from Antique Boat America believe it or not. Was thought to be my dream boat until I found my true dreamboat not too long after(1965 MFG Edinboro). After sitting in the shop due to other projects at the time, was restored this season and is ready to sell! Solid transom, with all original hardware, steering, seats, and snap-on cover. Stress cracks repaired followed by interlux primer and Brightside paint. Powered by a rebuilt mercury 50hp outboard with the powerhead rebuilt several years ago and just this season a magneto and full fuel system rebuild(carb kits and fuel lines and fittings). Before leaving for college, started mercury with muffs and ran. Trailer with new tires, lights, bunks, and paint. This is ready to go boat and will surely bring a lot of fun and enjoyment to whoever seeks it! If you would like to see it just call and we can arrange a time with the shop to let you in! Any questions feel free to call!
16' Feet 2020 Boomslang Boats Inc
I am the builder of these modern reproductions of mid 1950's mahogany runabouts that utilized modern materials and technology. They offers the wooden boat admirer the opportunity to own a beautiful wooden boat without the enormous maintenance requirements of the originals. There is no varnish to maintain as it is finished in clear coat epoxy. The modern Mercury 4 cylinder 3.0 Liter engine offers twice the power, half the weight, and 3 times the fuel economy of the originals of that era. The engine is compliant with California emissions standards. The hull is a seamless epoxy glass construction with 3/16" mahogany planks bonded to it. Its deep V configuration achieves an easy plane and a smooth ride. The Alpha 1 outdrive provides appropriate trim at any speed. The boat is light enough so that anything can pull it, and its 16' length and folding trailer tongue means that it will fit into most suburban garages without the need to rent a slip. I will deliver this boat free up to 300 miles from Murfreesboro Tennessee. Beyond that additional fees may apply.
19 Feet 1964 Century Sabre
My grandmother purchased her brand new from Okoboji Boats in 1965. After she passed away it went to my Aunt Pattie, who then sold to me in 2013. Boat has been in dry storage since 2013, except for one trip to Grand Lake , CO in 2016.
35 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Commander
One of only 172 Commanders built between 1953 and 1954, the 35 footer was a slightly elongated version of the 1950-1952 model. At 35 feet overall, the boat is a manageable size and has very attractive, sweeping lines that are complimented by the quintessential 1950's Chris Craft bullnose. This example was purchased by her current owners out of Seattle and subsequently shipped back to Minnesota where significant restoration work was completed to bring her to her current condition. The boat has been upgraded to later model Chris Craft 350cid engines with closed loop cooling systems. The engines have also been upgraded to velvet drive transmissions for smooth shifting operation. Cosmetically updated inside and out, custom upholstery and accents, all new wiring, safety, and navigation systems. She has been restored to a very high degree and the asking price only reflects a portion of what has been invested. A great day cruiser and overnighter that is ready to show and enjoy!
18 Feet 1974 Herreshoff/ Mowalk Williams
One of the original 7 Herreshoff Sea Otters built in Bristol RI by the Mowak/Williams boys according to Halsey Chase Herreshoff many years ago who is the president of the Herreshoff Marine Museum . Beautiful curves. Lapstrake double hull fiberglass. Gorgeous Teak Clapboard, Teak Gunnels Teak Consol. Large Danforth Compus, Stainless Wheel .Morse Shifter. Power steering,trim,tilt . New Dodger, Mooring Cover and Cushions . After re-power and restoration I used it for only 44 hours then stored in garage with my other treasures . This is a unique double ender hybrid which is perfect for sunset tours , water taxi or fast cruising . Probably the fastest launch ever built . A true beauty that turns heads everywhere it sails !!!
16 Feet 1957 Shepherd Model 95 Outboard
Up for sale is our 1957 Shepherd Model 95 outboard. I began this restoration about 2011 and completed in 2017. Complete bottom and transom and dash replacement by Ken Wykes in Ontario, Canada. He is "The Shepherd expert". All hull sides and decks disassembled and restored. Some frames in decks replaced in stern deck. The seats completely disassembled, rebuilt/restored. 98% of hull sides and decks are original wood. Chrome work is great. Decks and hull sides have 12 coats of Epiphanes varnish. Copper Bronze bottom paint. The 1957 35hp Johnson Javelin completed restored. This is a beautiful boat with only about 20hrs of run time since restoration completed. The boat sits on a 1993 Shorelander trailer. Boat and trailer have clean "Transferrable" registrations and are ready to go.
17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Special Runabout
Boat and trailer were purchased by the current owners in 2004 and have been well kept since. Enjoyed for many years on the various creeks and rivers off the Chesapeake Bay. One of 726 Chris Craft Special Runabout models built between 1949 and 1952. This model was developed from the 16' Special Runabout design, but featured a larger radius transom and additional cockpit space. Chris Craft Model 9-95hp engine.
16 Feet 1938 Old Towne Canoe
A 1938 Old Towne sponson canoe for which I have the information on when it was laid up, delivered, and sold by Abercrombie & Fitch. It is one of the models with mahogany thwarts, gunwhales, etc. It was completely restored about 15 years ago and at the time was covered with fiberglass. It is in very good condition and has been used sparingly in recent years.
16 Feet 1916 Kennebec Canoe
This rare sponson canoe, perhaps built in or around 1916, is believed to be a Kennebec because of its age and design. It has been completely restored with new ribs as needed. The decks, stem and canvas are all in excellent condition. She has been used sparingly in recent years and stored carefully..
17 Feet 1936 Hacker Craft Utility
Rare Hacker-Craft classic in great shape. Hull 1747 is in excellent condition with a new 5200 bottom done in 2009. The Chrysler Ace engine was rebuilt in 2009 as well as the addition of a new fuel tank. Custom to the waterline cover and custom Trailmaster trailer is included. Starts quickly, runs well, is used regularly in the summer and stored indoors. Easy to use and maintain.
17 Feet 1982 Performance Outboard
The exact builder is unknown, but hull appears to be a design similar to the Magnum Missile. She has been restored by her current owner and has seen little use since completed. Equipped with onboard battery tender, JL Audio system, new bilge pumps, interior lighting, and accessory underwater lighting. The trailer has also been rebuilt and has new bunks.
20 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Holiday
1954 Chris Craft Hoiday with a traditional bottom. The fuel tank was replaced 3 years ago and the boat has been repowered with a 350cid Chevrolet engine which runs very strong.
19ft Feet 1941 Gar Wood Utility
This boat was purchased from the original owner in 1975 and has gone through a comprehensive restoration in 2018-2019. She received an all new 5200 plank no-soak bottom, all new interior and leather seats, rebuilt engine and converted to 12 volt. The boat was last in the water in September 2020. All hardware and parts are original besides added vent scoops. Boat comes with all lines, fenders, anchor, full cover and dust cover, and a 2018 single axel Venture trailer.
18 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Riviera
This is a show quality Riviera that needs nothing. The bottom was completely refinished by Ham Armstrong in 2018 and soaks up very quick and is a tight original bottom. Varnish, Bottom Paint, Vinyl interior, Floor, Guages, cushions are all Excellent. Everything works on this boat. No surprises. Boat scores well and runs well. Owner will transport the boat anywhere in the lower 48 for no additional charge. INCLUDED IN THE ASKING PRICE. This is a must see boat and the price is right!! Excellent Trailer. All reasonable offers will be considered must sell. Seller would like to move it before winter
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft
Third owner, always stored inside. Bought in 85, replaced seats, plug wires, belts. Rebuilt carb., fuel pump and generator. Good solid original boat.
18 Feet 1990 Duffy Fiberglass St. Lawrence Skiff
Built by Ogdensburg Boat Works, these fiberglass skiffs are very sought after in the 1000 Islands region. Performing much like an original skiff these one piece fiberglass hulls are more durable, and convenient requiring far less maintenance. This Skiff belongs to the original owner and has been on Cedar Island its whole life. Stored inside in the winter and outdoors in the summer.
15 Feet 1975 Mantinicus Island Peapod
Peapods, also known as "double enders" were used for open water lobstering dating back to the 1860's. This example was built by the Apprentice Shop in Bath Maine.Tthe current owner has had it since 1996 and is the third owner. It has been on Cedar Island for the last 24 years. Though stored inside in the winter, this boat has had outdoor exposure. The Seagull outboard has not been run for many many years. Comes with sail, mast and oars. The cotton sail has some mouse damage. Trailer included.
17 Feet 1957 Barbour Outboard
1957 Barbour. My father bought this back in the 70's and it's been in the family ever since. Well taken care of, but has had some minor repairs made over the years. New varnish and paint this year. Would like to sell it to someone that will take care of it.
16' Feet 2020 Mahogany Heartthrobs
This is a new 0 time reproduction of a 1950's runabout except its made with modern materials and methods. NO VARNISH. NO PLANK BOTTOM. As maintenance free as possible. Can be towed by anything and can be stored in an ordinary suburban garage- No slip rental. This boat offers the mahogany boat admirer the opportunity to own a beautiful boat without the enormous maintenance burden.
16 Feet 1945 William Johnson Motor Skiff
This a 16’ utility boat built in 1945 by WJ, "Billy" Johnson of Port Carling, Ontario, Canada. Billy was well known for his involvement with Port Carling Boatworks and the design of the Disappearing Propeller Boat. This design was the next step after the Dispro and bears much resemblance to the early "Playmate" model, designed and built by Duke Boats. This charming boat was fully restored in 2007 by Clarion Boats. It is in beautiful condition with mahogany decking and brass finishes. “Puckish” was enjoyed by one family for pleasant cruises and island travel for many years in Muskoka and most recently on Sharbot Lake in Ontario.
16 Feet 1962 Cris Craft Ski Boat
Original Dallas Texas boat. I am the 4th owner according to the documentation that came with it. It has gone through a full restoration just before I bought it in 2012 but it is in need of restoration again but it runs very well. Last time in the water was 2016 I put a hole in the hull when loading it on the trailer and have not took the time to fix it there is a few repairs needed in the hull due to rot but it is a WoodenBoat so it is to be expected. I have a Texas title to the boat, motor and trailer along with the two original flags and post from Cris Craft that came with the boat new. This could be a really nice boat again for someone who has the time and patience to restore it back to its original glory again. Thank you for looking!
20 Feet 1955 Chris-Craft Continental
Excellent condition, show-quality Continental, the 104th of 221 built by Chris-Craft in 1955 through 1957. The MBL engine runs smoothly. She comes with two canvas covers, one for mooring and a full cover for storage. She sits atop a custom aluminum, road-ready trailer.
20 feet Feet 1800’s Knapp boat builder kingston ontario
1880’s skiff made by the Knapp Boat Builders of Kingston Ontario. This all original never restored skiff was stored for more than 75 years in a barn and is in very good condition for its age. It has the original green and red crackled paint, seats, rudder and 5 oars. There’s not many Canadian Skiffs from that era left! it should be on display in a collection or museum! with the boat you will also get a copy of a Tintype picture of the skiff taken by a professional wet plate photographer.
22 Feet 1995 Lyman Fisherman
A two owner boat, and on the St. Lawrence River since new, this boat has been a commuter from mainland to Round Island all it's life. With some signs of use, this boat's engine runs strong and has the reliability and durability of a fiberglass boat with the notable Lyman class and quality. Includes depth finder and full canvas. The boat was last in the water summer 2020. Offered without a trailer.
26 Feet 1958 Chris Craft
Chris Craft made this 26' Sports express for 2 years and this is the last hull# to leave the plant. This boat has been in dry inside storage for 25 years. It was a smooth running boat when last used. The V6's have low hours on them and have a closed loop cooling system equipped for salt water use. The boat is 100% complete. We have lost are inside storage and the boat needs to move. At last inspection the hull was solid with no rot. Cosmetic restoration will need to be done.
18 feet Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport
I am the second owner of the boat which has been on only Keuka lake. It was restored about ten years ago but has seen some deterioration since that time. I keep the boat in a heated boat house and take it out three or four times a year. I do not have a trailer as it is kept in the boat house on a rail system.
14 Feet 1980's John D Little Dinghy
Gorgeous handcrafted ‘John D Little’ , found in the back of my parents' old garage and have no idea where it came from, but looks rarely used (I did get into the water once this year!) John D Little owned the Mile Creek Boat shop in Washington, Maine (now closed).
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