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Minnesota Collection Boats - 15 found
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41 Feet 2011 Nautica Express Rib X-41
The Nautica X41 is one of Nautica's largest and most Rigid Inflatable boats. Originally designed for the US Special Forces Command as a high speed attack and deployment craft. They have now released a recreational version which is offered in a number of sized and configurations. These boats offer great offshore performance outclassing a fiberglass boat. The hull and tube design is made to work together to enhance rough water performance. The center console configuration offers 3 crew seats aft of the console, a leaning post or individual bolsters. The large stand up console features a forward door for easy access to an enclosed head. Twin fuel tanks are bolted into place below deck and access is provided through the removable hatch cover.
44 Feet 2014 Riva Rivarama
Massive Price Reduction......This is a rare opportunity to purchase a gently owned Riva 44 Rivarama. It has less than 60 hours on the twin 800 Man diesel engines and has been in the great lakes since new. These fine vessels offer a bow and stern thruster, a concealed bimini top, air conditioning, a 2 speed transmission providing quick acceleration, 2 life rafts and audio and video entertainment systems. This is the epitome of seasonal live aboard or casual entertaining and Riva has included some high end finishing touches such as the rapid cooling system for a bottle of champagne and 2 fluted glasses. The boat offers easy access to the water with 3 comfortable steps in a non slip treated mahogany. The master suite in the bow is very spacious and a "deck hand" cabin is also included with its own access and private bathroom. This Riva offers the best in technology and innovation and only a very few are available in the resale market currently.
10 Feet 1900 Birch Bark Canoe
A historic birch bark canoe. These lightweight, wide, and short primitive canoes are exceptionally nimble and easy for one person to portage. They were ideal for trapping, fishing, and short distance travel with a small amount of gear. This is a beautifully preserved display piece that will make a great addition to your cabin or camp!
14 Feet 1950's Larson Falls Flyer Project Boat
Another iconic Falls Flyer outboard model. This example is ready for restoration. Bare fiberglass and no hardware - a great candidate for restoration or a custom build!
14 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer Outboard
Another early fiberglass model of the stylish Larson Falls Flyer. Built in Little Falls, MN - the "Falls Flyer" name paid tribute to Little Falls native, and aviation hero, Charles Lindberg. Larson built the wooden Falls Flyer for a number of years leading up to WWII, and began to produce fiberglass models around 1954. This example has been nicely restored and features a 40hp 4-stroke Mercury with electronic fuel injection.
10 Feet 2005 Glen-L Design Racer
Offered for sale are 3 custom built Glen-L "Squirts". Made in 2005 these kit boats are all identical save the color schemes. They are the perfect entry level boat and and fun for all ages. The three of them together and sold as a package, offering the buyer an abundance of fun for young and old. The boats seat 2 people and provide a vision of mini race boats, racing around your favorite lake. These boats are built from kits and are usually made upside down with 5-ply sapele over three mahogany frames. The hull sides are continuous length sheets.
18 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"
"Ednandy III" is a meticulous reproduction of the winning Leveau Hydroplane that appeared in the 225cid class during the mid 1930's. The original hull set world records of 46-49mph with its original 155hp Lycoming engine. Leveau was the chief designer of the Dodge Boat & Plane Co. between 1929 and 1935. Best known for his racing designs, Leveau was responsible for some of the most inconic Dodge watercraft. This reproduction is adequately powered with a Chevrolet V6 engine producing over 225hp.
19 Feet 1939 Larson Falls Flyer
This 1939 Larson Falls Flyer could be your next restoration candidate! She is a bare hull with no hardware or engine, but retains her original torpedo shape. This would be a great starting point for a custom build.
21 Feet 2005 Larson Falls Flyer Reproduction
This is a beautiful reproduction of a 1940 Larson Falls Flyer Inboard, of which only 5 were built! She was constructed based on an original hull that was too far gone for restoration. Authentically constructed with Alaskan yellow cedar strips, as original. Curves everywhere! These boats are known for their stylish torpedo shape. This example has been adequately powered with a 4.3L Marine Power V6 that will propel the boat to a comfortable 45mph.
21 Feet 1957 Ames Brothers Gentleman's Racer "Comanche"
Albert Ames began his boatbuilding career working in a shop run by Herb Ditchburn during WWII. Following the war, he worked for Hunter Boats of Orillia, Ontario. In the 1950s, the Ames brothers built a handful of custom boats ranging from 18 to 28 feet in length. Their designs drew similarities from several of the regional builders, with a flare of their own. They would typically complete one boat per winter in their small, Orillia, Ontario shop. This stunning gentleman's racer features full mahogany construction, Muskoka "egg crate" ventilated flooring, a sleek low sheerline, and a powerful dual-quad Chrysler 413cid wedge engine hooked up to a foot throttle. This racer is an absolute thrill!
26 Feet 1931 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout
The 26 foot Dodge runabouts truly unique with their sleek, low sheerline, custom hardware, Duesenberg steering wheels, and Lycoming engines. This example is all original and barn-fresh, ready for a comprehensive restoration. She is a worthy candidate and is one of only 3 known to exist today!
37 Feet 1935 Ditchburn Commuter
"Glenelda II" is a very unique, Art Deco inspired day-boat built by Ditchburn Boats in 1935. At 37 feet in length, she is a manageable size and offers seating for up to 21 passengers. She has been repowered with twin Mercruiser 454cid engines. Her dynamic design is reminiscent of the Chrysler Airflo and the Streamliner trains of the era. At the time of restoration, her foredeck was removed and additional seating was installed, adding a great deal of entertaining potential. "Glenelda II" is an intriguing craft and is ready for a new custodian to give her some attention and get her back in the water.
36 Feet 1926 Ditchburn Voyageur Launch
This 36 foot Ditchburn long deck launch is elegant and exemplary of Canadian craftsmanship. Beautiful mahogany construction, egg crate "Muskoka" floors, supple leather upholstery, and strict attention to detail. She has been repowered with a reliable Chrysler Royal engine, upgraded to a 12V system. At 36 feet in length, she stable, roomy, and absolustely elegant as she cuts through the calm water. The Chrysler Royal straight 8 engine is regarded as one of the smoothest running engines of its era and should provide years of reliable service.
40 Feet 1921 Fay & Bowen Launch "Seneca"
At 40 feet in length, this is the largest Fay & Bowen launch that we have ever seen! Built by the Fay & Bowen Boat and Engine company in 1921, her originality has been well preserved and she is an impressive craft. Powered by an original Hall Scott LM6 engine with exposed valvetrain. These engines are extremely rare and this example is a museum-quality piece.
56 Feet 1990 Custom Commuter
At 56 feet in length, "Pops" is a Custom Commuter that is reminiscent of the Art Deco, Wall Street Commuters of the 1920's and 1930's. Equipped with modern amenities and reliable twin Caterpillar engines, she is well suited for day cruiser and entertaining. She makes a statement wherever she goes. Located in Holland, Michigan.
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