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17 Feet 1967 Century Resorter
1965 17ft century resorter, hull and serial # rs 6783 I had an "expert" check the boat he said its in the original, witch I would say is excellent, boats shows only 393 hours, everything works as it should, the engine is a big block ford with 250hp, the hardware is all there and very good condition, deck and hull look like new, wraparound windshield looks the same, seats in fantastic condition and are ready for show, the bottom is original and probably will need refreshed, lovett bilge pump, transmission is a 10-18 and comes with an owners manual, extras: prop, platform for sunbathing, 2 seta of skis, tow rope, century flags, owners manual, even tags that were on the engine from the factory,
19 Feet 1961 Lyman Utility
Very clean 19' Lyman. Boat recently restoration work to include, Hull bottom prepped and painted with antifouling bottom paint (Pettit Hydrocoat, black), Topsides were faired with minor repairs, primed and painted. (Kirby Warship gray, semi-gloss), The fuel tank and all lines and filters were replaced. The carburetor was rebuilt and more. New custom Load Master trailer was also purchased at that time
16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
1936 16' Gar Wood Model 602. 95% of the work has been done on this boat. All it needs is someone to do the finish work. The boat has a new 5200 bottom built to be shown. The sides and decks have been skinned in 5200 to prevent movement. The engine has been fully rebuilt. Hardware is all rechromed including the windshield frame; not yet put on the boat Windshield is available, but needs to be installed. Wiring is completed with cloth-covered wire. Gauges on dashboard panel have been redone and installed. Seller has new leather for the interior and has all the seat frames, hardware and all else the comes with the boat. 5 Coats of varnish have been applied; needs about 3 more coats. All work has been professionally done. The boat just needs to be finished.
16 Feet 1891 J.H. Rushton "Saranac"
J. H. Rushton’s “Saranac Laker” or “Adirondack or Saranac Lake Boat”, as seen in Rushton’s Rowboats and Canoes, The 1903 Catalog in Perspective, published by the Adirondack Museum and International Marine Publishing, is one of the most-desired of guideboats, both by amateurs and by connoisseurs. Rushton’s shop in Canton, New York, built guideboats from 1888 to 1916, and his design went through three phases. This boat derives from the second period, 1891-92, when he hired a second Saranac Lake builder, Alric Moody, to oversee guideboat construction, a method very different from what Rushton’s craftsmen were used to. Few of Rushton’s earliest guideboats are known today. They had plank seats and square gunwales. They also had typical guideboat decks, let into the gunwales, with pie-slice covering boards, as does this boat. This boat’s caned bow and stern seats, and presumed caned seat-backs, mark it as being of the second period. The far more common boats of the third period, 1893 and later, have strip decks like those of Rushton’s Pleasure rowboats and rounded, or D-shaped, outwales.* So this is a very rare Rushton guideboat. It came down in a family that owned an extremely rustic camp, reached by water only, on South Pond, a particularly beautiful pond near the southern end of Long Lake. It was restored 20 years ago by Long Lake boatbuilder Mason Smith, father of Reuben Smith of Tumblehome Boatshop. Now it is for sale by the original owner’s family. Rushton’s boats in general are highly valued as antiques and as working boats. This boat is missing its original caned seat-backs, single-blade paddle, and yoke. (These accessories can be reproduced.) The price of $13,800 takes that into account as well as some non-original wood in its fabric. At 118 years of age it still calls for vigorous use and is decorative beyond words.
16.5 Feet 1961 Lyman Outboard
1961 Original Lyman 16.5-foot Outboard in excellent condition. Original Mahogany plywood lapstrake in "like-it-was-just-built" condition - never outside at night for over 60 years. New bottom paint; original Lyman canvas; Nearly new, (less than 10 hours) 30 HP 4-stroke Mercury motor with transferable warranty; new Garman GPS/Nav with Fish-finder charts with sonar/depth and re-trace functions. New matching all-weather seat cushions. Single axle "EZ-Loader" tilt-trailer in good condition. Whole-boat and motor covers included.
19 Feet 1964 Century Raven
This classic Century Raven has recently gone through a restoration and is now ready to enjoy. Lapstrake hull construction and a spacious utility layout. The restoration work included new decks/gunnels/covering boards, fairing and refinishing hullsides, removal and cleaning of fuel tank, all interior mahogany and dash refinished, new upholstery, strip and refinish transom, installation of new ceiling panels, bilge repaint, newly rebuilt starter, rebuilt carburetor, new fuel pump, rebuilt water pump, exhaust manifold gaskets replaced. The bottom appears to have been replaced by a previous owner and is in very good condition. All hardware rechromed. The boat restoration was completed 3 years ago and she has been kept in indoor storage since that time. Comes with a period Holsclaw tandem axle trailer. Axles and bearings replaced.
37 Feet 1913 Hiram Crowell Ketch
Built in Martha’s Vineyard 1913 as a swordfishing boat. William hand design combed to ketch rig in 40s
17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman
1957 Chris Craft Sportsman. A great entry level classic adequately powered with a 283 cubic inch Chris Craft converted Chevrolet engine producing 185hp. She has been fully restored by her current owners and is in very nice condition. Some tasteful custom touches have been added, including the 1950's inspired engine box.
18" 6' - Overall length - 23" Feet 2011 William Garden
Designed in 1890 by William Garden and built in 2011, this stunning yawl boat turns heads on the water. She has only been in the water for a total of two seasons. Her sails were handmade in Maine and she sails beautifully. Electric outboard motor and trailer are included.
18’ Feet 1973 Sidewinder Marine
A uncommon Sidewinder LoPro with original hull-matched powertrain. Olds 455 with a Berkeley Jet. The 455 was complete rebuilt in 2021 and has had a thorough shakedown. The trailer is custom built for the hull making it an easy one-person launch and load. Video of the boat under power are available. I’m selling only due to needing something bigger for grandkids.
21 ft Feet 1935 Chris-Craft
Very rare center-steer, roomy and excellent condition 22-foot 1935 utility with a well-documented history, starting on delivery from Chris-Craft plant in Algonac, MI to Clayton, NY in 1935. Spent the next 70+ years in the Thousand Islands before moving to Delaware for 15+ years and then to the Finger Lakes region of New York State in 2021, where she's run smoothly for the past three seasons on Keuka Lake. Recent upgrades include (1) engine rewired, (2) replaced head gasket, (3) dual 6-volt batteries w/ switch, and (4) bottom strip, caulk and paint by a professional. Upgrades in 2023 include fresh varnish. new brass water pump, new bilge pump, fresh red bottom paint, and a new battery system. This boat is 90% original and ready to turn heads with you at the wheel.
16 Feet 1957 Albright Runabout
1957 Albright Runabout. Every inch of this Mahogany vessel has been stripped and meticulously refinished from the ground up. The hull is in excellent condition. She may be the last of her kind, built by Albright in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is an amazing historical machine. Everything is in good working order. The 1957 Johnson Super Sea Horse fires right up. Carburetor was rebuilt in 2009. All electrical was replaced in 2019. Vinyl replaced in 2022. Runs well and turns every head within view. Modernized for comfort and convenience while utilizing virtually all original hardware. A must have for cruising or a collector.
17' Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket
17' 1953 Chris Craft Rocket with plaid interior - only 48 built with this interior, which has been restored with original plaid. Engine has been rebuilt with zero hours on it, still in shipping crate. New driveshaft. All metal parts have been professionally polished out. Missing its windshield but we have the brackets and they have also been refurbished. Exterior of boat has been stripped and is ready to be stained. Paint for the interior to match original green will come with the boat. New fire extinguisher. New mahogany rear light/flagpole. We are the second owner of the boat and drove it from Florida to NC on the current trailer, which is not the original. This boat was purchased in Ohio in 1953. It has never been in salt water. Original owner passed away in 1954. Boat has been garaged since purchased originally. We have the original flags and paperwork. We purchased the boat with the intention of refurbishing it but have been unable to do so. It is ready to be re-assembled and is available to be picked up in NC.
22' Feet 1954 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman
This boat has had extensive work performed over the last two years. New decks , new VanNess CC GM 350 conversion, new wiring, bottom work, new varnish, new fuel system and bilge blower, new full cover, 2017 twin axle trailer with working brakes and light, and more
22 Feet 1988 Century Coronado Hardtop
Nice, fully restored Coronado. Came out of a collection of Classic Glass boats a couple years back. The boat went through a full restoration to make it look like new, as were all the boats in this collection. the present owner had a cover made for the rear open part (there is also a full mooring cover) and the only repair has been a new oil cooling system. The bilge is as dry as they get on these and she runs beautifully. Only 265 hours.
16 Feet 1972 Century Resorter
1972 Resorter red/white very original in excellent shape, includes new custom trailer and trailering cover, runs perfect
22 Feet 1927 Hutchinson Utility
Here is your chance to own an original piece of history. This 1927 Hutchinson 22 feet Utility model was boat #30 built by the Hutchinson Brothers Boat Works in Alexandria Bay, N.Y. The original registration of NY344, Hutchinson was known for their craftsmanship and quality, constructing one-of-a-kind hulls from the 1920's to 1962. We have owned “Grand Cru” for the last 25 years. The boat was stored and maintenance for many years by Morgan Marine in Silver Bay, Used each year by my parents during their summers at Rodgers Rock Club on Lake George. Ten years ago my father became ill we moved the boat into local storage where it has been inside and under cover. This is the perfect boat for a wooden boat enthusiast who’s looking for an easy project to get her back into shape and back on the water. Once cleaned up she’s value will far exceed $20,000 dollar. Make reasonable offer and we’ll bring you your next winter project. (Transportation 400 mile range included, from Buffalo, NY) Boat trailer sold separately.
20 Feet 1967 Penn Yan I/O Utility
Well-maintained, always stored inside when not in the water, fully serviced and used in 2023 on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Excellent running shape. Original throughout and interior is in beautiful condition. One of the last wooden power boats produced by Penn Yan in its 80-year history.
23' Feet 1969 Lyman Offshore
Only 54 of these boats were produced. The boat is extremely stable in rough water and tracks beautifully with the skeg keel. Raised cuddy cabin, two VG-berths, porta potty, original 273 V8 200 HP engine with 175 hours of operation, newly rebuilt 4 barrel carb, Accel breakerless ignition, new water pump, and brass thermostat.Stainless propeller shaft, and gas tank with sender unit to gas gauge.. Full custom boat cover, Autohelm ST30 Bidata, Raytheon Speedo depth sounder, compass Garman GPS72I. Magic-Tilt trailer w/quad wheels. 6000 GVW, aluminum I beam construction, surge brakes, bunk boards, load guides. Like new used for transporting out of water to storage at marina, very few miles on it. Boat restoration by Brasil Boatworks. Extensive bow to stern restoration. Mahogany decks refinished to show condition, Windshield teak refinished , some bottom and side planks replaced, mahogany interior planks added.
16 ft Feet 1960 Buehler Turbocraft
I finished the 13-year restoration of my1960 Buehler Turbocraft Jet 32, 16 ft Jet Boat in July 2022. I had undertaken the task of restoring this hull using modern materials and power. The goal was to maintain as much visual originality as possible with select upgrades. In 2010, I started out gang busters gutting the hull and laying the groundwork to reinforce the hull with 24/10 fiberglass cloth and West’s epoxy. The boat is built entirely of Corecell below the floor (stringers, bulkheads, transom) and ¾” marine plywood encased in epoxy and cloth for the floor. This project continued for 13 years as time, money and energy dictated. I got very serious in 2019 with the goal of finishing by the 2022 Boat Show Season. Original chrome was replated, aluminum and SS brightwork was rejuvenated. Original seat patterns were copied and color matched as close as possible, and the paint color replicated using one part polyurethane paint. The engine is a 1995 Ford 351W Marine engine removed from a very low hour pristine boat that was damaged. I installed SS impellers in the original Indiana Gear Works 3 stage pump housing during the complete rebuild. The gate assembly was powder coated white and the hydraulic cylinder rebuilt. A modern hydraulic pump is used to move the shift gate. I made the boat wire looms for the boat also. Many more details you’d have to talk to me about or see. Boat sits on a new Load Rite Aluminum I Beam trailer. You also get all the spare parts I have from salvaging 3 Buehlers. A must-see Award Winner. Since completion: Best Craftsmanship by Owner at Finger Lakes Chapter ACBS 2022; Best Non-Wood at Adirondack Chapter ACBS in Lake George 2022 and 1st Place Fiberglass Classic Runabout at the 47th Annual Portage Lakes Antique & Classic Boat Show 2023. I have decided to sell this boat as I have 6 other Classic boats and I feel this is the one I will use the least. Anyone that has restored a boat knows how expensive it is. I am giving up thousands of dollars in hard cash and the freebie is all my labor. The only thing I paid to have someone else do is the paint and upholstery. I did the rest of the restoration. Tough to let go but this boat needs to be seen and used. I have extensive pictures of the restoration for a serious buyer.
19’6” Feet 1964 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff
Fresh water only. 2023 Refit, topside paint, bottom paint. Very original, all around. Runs strong. Looks sharp. Fresh battery, impellers, log cleaning. Fresh fuel system with carb rebuild, fuel pump, filters, lines, fittings. Ready for Parade, Show, Lake.
15' Feet 1956 Yellow Jacket
Second owner. Originally purchased by my father in law and was passed to my wife. Full restoration 2018. 14 coats Marine Spare varnish on the top surfaces and 10 coats on the side. Engine has been totally rebuilt. All surfaces painted with epoxy paint in the original color. Engine and boat were finished in 2018 and tested on the water. It ran 42 MPH and was still climbing. Engine is an electric start with push to choke. New upholstery for seats. Speedometer looks vintage but is a modern GPS speedometer.
20’ Feet 1962 Lyman Runabout
20’ 1962 Lyman Runabout Hull #Y1280 Transom Portia II Tunnel Bay Purchased in 2020 after completion by Wykes Boatworks of Harlem, Ontario of its full and beautiful restoration including repairs and refinishing throughout. Featuring mahogany ceilings, new gray flooring, boarding steps and pole and complete rewiring. Mercruiser V6 Engine in excellent condition with a new long-life battery. New seat backs, cushions and a full cockpit canvas bimini by Delux Auto Trim of Brockville, Ontario. Fitted with new lines and fenders and a new Garmin. Comes with all required safety equipment. The sole blemish in this boat consists of degradation of some areas of the deck which have been exposed to the sun – a quart of the marine varnish used by Wykes is included. This sale comes about as a result of changes in personal circumstances which have made regular use of the boat difficult. The Lyman is moored at the Tunnel Bay Boat Club docks in the harbour at Brockville. The owner may be reached at 613-349-4741 (no texts please).
21 Feet 1962 Lyman Boat Works
Very clean, attractive, mid-sized Lyman Utility completely restored in 2020. Four planks replaced, ribs repaired, bilge cleaned and painted, repacked stuffing box, new cutlass bearing, and new exhaust hoses. Mahogany transom and decks fore and aft all stripped, sanded and re-varnished with 8 coats. Sides sanded, epoxied and painted with 4 coats. All hardware removed and re-chromed. The varnish gleams and the sides shine. The upholstery is impeccable. The engine runs smoothly and the trailer is road-ready. The price is right and you could be cruising in this beauty this afternoon.
23 Feet 1973 Chris-Craft Lancer
An excellent example of the popular and smooth riding 23 Lancer. The deep-V hull was handles ought seas with ease, and was popular for its performance. Used on the St. Lawrence River, in good structural shape, and runs well. Has full canvas top.
16 Feet 1935 Gar Wood Speedster Replica - Project
This is a replica 1935 Gar Wood Speedster that is currently in the frame-stage of the build process. Full plans are included for the balance of the build. Gauges and shift mechanism are set up to accept a modern V6 powerplant, source-able through Michigan Motorz, for example. Correct 15" three spoke steering wheel, horn button, column and steering unit, which have been restored. Gar Wood decals, along with all the hardware you see in the pictures. The paint is a gallon of gray paint for the frames and interior of the boat. The rub rail and spray rails are brand new. 3/4" pipe is included for the shift mechanism. A supply of African mahogany is also included which should be sufficient to complete the project. If you have dreamed of building a Gar Wood Speedster of your own, this is a great opportunity with a lot of hard work and sourcing of parts completed!
15'6 Feet 1958 Lyman Outboard
The culmination of a 3-year restoration project, my 1958 Lyman is picture-perfect and ready to make your summer memorable. This beauty is a rare, 15'6 runabout with numerous upgrades and a 1962 Evinrude Big Twin 40HP Outboard in as pristine condition as the day she came home from the factory. The keel and all structural parts are made from clear white oak, the planking material is made from 3/8" Clinker-built fir that is overlapped at the joints so that it is twice as strong as straked hulls. The decks, rails, stern and all of the interior wood is made from Philippine Mahogany. All of the hull fasteners used were specifically built for the Lyman Co. out of silicon cut bronze clout nails that were deeply embedded and reversed clinched. The literature from the day proudly declared, and is still evident 65 years later, that the fasteners never need to be tightened! In fact one of the reasons these hulls are so durable, strong, and safe is that there are approximately 2000 clout nails and more than 850 screws used in planking alone. I tried to keep as much of the original patina as possible while still breathing new life into her with layers of high-end topside primer and paint and exterior/interior varnish. She was carefully stripped and sanded by hand. All of the hardware on the boat is period correct and for the most part, nickel-plated brass, including the anchor guides, bow base cleat, and the stern cleats. The Perko bow light has the original late 1950s port and starboard glass lenses, as well as a hole for a flag pole. Stainless steel full length rub rails have been installed on the gunwale and stern spray rails. One of her more unique features is her 1940s Chris Craft split speedster windscreen frame and glass. This windscreen provid /Motor/ The motor is a 1962 Evinrude Big Twin 40HP. These motors are renowned for their simplicity and reliability. The motor is in perfect running order and looks amazing on the inside and out. The motor was repainted with the original, authentic Evinrude polychromatic blue. The carb, ignition (points\condensers) have recently been rebuilt. The fuel lines and electrical wiring have been replaced as needed. The lower unit oil was replaced when the impeller (water pump) was replaced. When the lower unit was apart, the gear case was inspected and there was minimal to no wear. The compression for the upper and lower cylinders is X and Y respectively. The current and previous owner have always run the motor with AVG (leaded high octane aviation fuel) since the mid 1980s therefore it is likely that this motor has never seen any ethanol fuel! That said this motor will safely run on modern unleaded fuel but like any modern small motor, you have to make sure not to store the motor for extended periods without completely draining it so that the fuel system does not get mucked up. /Electronics/ All of the wiring has been replaced and upgraded to modern standards using high quality marine-grade BlueSea fuse panels, copper wiring, and period correct switch gear. Extra capacity has been added in case the next user intends to install a modern marine radio and\or USB charger. The stern has been pre-wired for a stern light if desired. A second new battery has been added for redundancy along with an NOS A/B switch, a new bilge pump, and a new (unused) in-hull transducer (depth finder). What makes this Lyman different than any new boat is that it will never be worth any less than what you pay for it as long as it is properly cared for.
20 Feet 1972 Crosby Sloop
This Crosby Sloop beauty was originally built by the late C Gorden Tucker . The sloop was slightly shortened to fit in his workshop barn the story goes . My son was given the boat from the late previous owner because she believed the soul of this sloop needed luv again . My son and I took on this restoration during the beginning days of Covid to not only help save the boat but also to keep us busy during those challenging Covid days . Thousands and thousands of hours went into this restoration over the course of four years . After many tears, frustration,determination and perseverance she is now complete. She has been saved . A we’ll known boat builder / sailor/ mayflower consultant said that “ you two boys turned her into a Show Piece “ !! We are now off to our next father/Son adventure project . We will only release this Precious Gem to someone we feel has the resources and passion to care for this rare sloop . I have documented ,and noted the restoration with hundreds of photos available from this project journey upon request .
18 Feet 1986 Century Resorter
Classic Resorter in Good Condition 413 hours Runs Perfect, No Issues Matching Trailer
21 Feet 1987 Scorpion
Originally sold out of Clayton, NY. Scorpion was a manufacturer out of Canada who built attractive performance boats. The 300hp Mercury Tempest have approximately 500 original hours. Upholstery has been redone, new floor, and repainted decks. Turnkey and ready for new ownership.
18 Feet 1950 Chris-Craft Riviera
Classic Riviera with the following maintenance items performed: 1997 - Purchased from LaPointe's Classic Boat and Motor, Glenco,MN 1997 - Electric Bilge Pump 2000 - Fiberglass bottom by Safe Harbor Sheldon Shipyard, Shelburne, VT 2010 Rebuilt Engine New Manifold 2020 Rebuilt all three carburetors Custom made waterline Sunbrella mooring cover Refurbished Interior 2022 Rebuilt Transmission New Engine Mounts All gages working Continental single axle trailer w/working lights and good tires.
15.6 Feet 2001 Canadian Electric Boat Company Launch
The Canadian Electric Boat Company (now Vision Marine Technologies) has built 100% electric-powered boats of various sizes and configurations since the mid-1990s. This full-canopied launch features mahogany fore and aft-decks, maroon leather bench seats and a cafe seating table. Eco-friendly with two new batteries and a solid trailer, she's the perfect boat for lazy summer afternoons and evening cocktail cruises on the lake or river.
16' Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
Long time ownership. (35+ years). One of 174 16' Rivieras built 1950-51. Older restoration, stored inside forever. Runs perfect.
17’6 Feet 1938 Century Sea Maid
Built by the Century Boat Co. of Manistee, MI, this prewar Sea Maid is an exceptionally well-preserved boat. She is 100% original wood and has recently had the transom stripped and refinished. The bottom was also brought back to bare wood, inspected, caulked with correct-style seam compound, primed with red lead, and repainted. The original engine was rebuilt in 2016. Decks were stripped and refinished in 2015. Runs great and is in remarkable condition for her age!
22 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
This boat was lovingly restored by a gentleman in CA. All freshwater use. Runs and handles great. Top and nice trailer included.
20 Feet 1954 Lyman Utility
“Perfect Evening” is a two-owner boat whose first life was centered on a southern Vermont mountain lake. Since 2010, she has been kept on Lake George in the Adirondacks, always docked under a canopy, and stored in winter in a garage. Over the past several years, the boat has received attention through a local restoration shop. In mid-2018, the bottom was sanded 3 times and painted with 3 coats of copper bronze paint. The transom was stripped, sanded, bleached, stained, wood sealer was applied, followed by 10 coats of varnish. In December 2018 and January of 2019 the starboard side covering board was replaced along with sanding and re-varnishing of the decks and painting of the sides. In May of 2019, the engine had a complete tune up, including the rebuilding of both carburetors. A compression test was done on all cylinders: 1 - 110 psi, 2 - 140 psi, 3, 4 and 5 were at 130 psi and 6 was 120 psi. "Perfect Evening" is in generally very good condition and ready for her next owner.
18 Feet 1955 Chris-Craft Continental
I bought this boat in August 2020. I spent one year restoring the boat. Work included stripping bottom to bare wood, re-caulked all seams, 2 coats International primer followed by 2 coats racing bronze. Interior was stripped to bare wood and 6 coats of varnish applied. Upgraded electrical to 12-volt system, new bilge pump, gas tank removed and resealed, new gas sending unit installed, bilge cleaned and painted. All navigation and front spot light work as they should. Boat comes with a trailering cover. Comes with a trailer that has new LED lights and tires. [PRICE REDUCED - November 2023 - Limited time only! Price will revert to $21,000 in April 2024!]
19 feet Feet 1974 Century Arabian
Two prior owners. The original owner used it in MD and then sat in a barn until auctioned off to an Arkansas Collector on Beaver Lake in NWA, who soon passed. Novice boaters, we were enchanted by this beauty and bought it in 2019. Mostly original - sweet interior of burgundy Naugahyde, Built in Bar, Bench Seating. Replaced gas line and the water pump (that took some time). It really roars and gives a smooth ride. But we are aging and can't scramble about a boat as we once could. So, it's time to give a more experienced captain the pleasure of this sweet ride. Has century flag and pole. Comes with bimini top in good condition. Sits on tandem axle trailer.
21 Feet 1964 Century Coronado
My husband purchased this boat last year, refurbished the bottom to make it water tight and had a new seat cover made for $400. He passed away on March 23, 2023 and never had the chance to take it out and enjoy the fruits of his labor. It has it's trailer, and is water ready.
23 Feet 1960 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff
This boat has been our family ride for more than 20 years. I built a new engine for it in 2007, using the original conversion. Some upgrades added: breakerless ignition, remote oil filter and more recent carburetor. Other accessories include 12v trim tabs and swim platform. In 2017 we fitted a complete new bottom. Mom's boat is strong, smooth and efficient. The kids are gone and we're going sailing!
19 Feet 1988 Century Arabian
My dad owned this boat and I grew up on Lake Winnipesaukee with it. It has never been out of our family. It hadn't been used in several years and I decided to surprise him by having the boat renovated, with hopes my own kids would learn to drive it as well with their grandfather. Unique Boat Restoration in Moultonborough, NH redid the entire inside of the boat, from the stringers to seating, upholstery, rugs, stereo, etc. Lakeport Landing Marina in Laconia, NH went through the entire engine and also replaced the entire throttle system (to make it a little easier for the kids). There is also a new cover, the battery was replaced, etc. and we still have the original American flag and Century flag with the wooden posts. The outside is in good condition, but I did not have it repainted (one larger scratch). My kids have not taken to the boat (they now have a 2022 Whaler) and my dad at almost 80 hasn't spent much time on it either. Rather than it sitting in storage at the marina (we run it every year regardless), we would like for a second family to enjoy it and have decided to part ways.
21' Feet 1962 Century Coronado
We have used and enjoyed this 1962 Coronado for 23 years. It’s an unusual Century model produced on a limited basis. With 3 other boats, it’s time to reduce our “inventory”. The upholstery is correct for the year. It could be used as is or easily be a good restoration project. The original engine is a rare Chrysler big block 413D with dual 4 barrel carburetors. It is standard bore, never been bored out. Good runner but has trouble idling, probably needs the carbs cleaned. Boat is in user condition. Several planks were replaced over the years and it swells fine. I removed and didn’t repaint the original white jets on the sides and the white trim to see how it looked all one color. The windshields have spider web cracks which I am told can be restored or replaced. The trailer is fine, needs painted, and the tires have some dry rot. It has always been used to launch in the spring and removed in the fall a mile from the house.
18 Feet 1950 Chris-Craft Riviera
Well-kept, beautiful example of the popular and iconic Chris-Craft Riviera. She has been enjoyed by her last two two owners on the St. Lawrence River and more recently on Oneida Lake near Syracuse. She was restored and shown in Clayton in the early 2000's and well-cared for since. Traditional bottom that soaks up quickly and doesn't leak. Gleaming varnish and like-new upholstery. Engine runs well. If you've been lusting after an 18-foot Riviera, this is the one! Comes on top of a solid, road-worthy EZ Loader trailer. [PRICE REDUCED - August 2023 - Owner is motivated to sell. Any reasonable offer considered.]
20' 6" Feet 1910 Chestnut Canoe Launch
THE LAUNCH • 1910 Chestnut Canoe Launch • St. Lawrence 2 hp, one cylinder engine, Brockville, Ontario • Purchased by Roy Simpson, Carols grandfather, from Mr. Stevens, an executive of the Dennis Canadian Lumber Company in Whitney, Ontario in about 1919. • The launch carried three generations of the Simpson family across the waters of her home, Long Lake, near Whitney, Ontario first generation from 1919 to 1942. • During World War II, Simpson family vacations in Whitney were put on hold. • Second generation of the Simpson family, Geary Simpson, Carols father started camping in Whitney, Ontario and using the launch in 1952, Carol Simpson was 6 years old. • The Launch was stored in a boat house on the river with a hoist to take her up out of the water at the end of the summer. After the war, a higher dam was built across the river, and this raised the level of the water so much that it covered The Launch. Carols’ father and grandfather rescued The Launch from the bottom of the Madawaska River in Whitney, Ontario. With a lot of time and love for The Launch she was brought back to life. Luckily, the ca. 1910 engine was still in production at the St. Lawrence Engine Company in Brockville, Ontario. In 1955 The Launch was back on the lake for the first time since its submersion in the boathouse. • Due to the difficulty of moving The Launch from the basement of the Simpsons cabin The Launch was put in storage in 1961 while Carols’ father, Geary Simpson pondered alternative ways to launch her. In 1968, Carol’s grandfather died. Her father was making plans to bring The Launch out of storage just shortly before her father passed away in 1982. • Third generation of the life of The Launch started in 1983 with Carol Simpson and her husband Doug Williams traveling to Whitney. They discovered dry rot in the hull and was determined to move the boat out of the damp basement and to look for a knowledgeable restorer. Two years later, after many long hours of repairing and rebuilding and some remanufacturing pieces The Launch was transformed and ready to begin her third life in July of 1985. • “The Launch” fell into the hands of Rick Gardner after the death of Carol Simpson in August 2016.
19 Feet 1961 Shepherd Model 105
Until last summer this boat had been in a boat house on an Ontario lake since new. It is all original except for some of the upholstery and the stern light. The 318 engine runs and sounds great. All wood in sound condition and bottom just recaulked and painted. Chrome is fair and varnish presentable, but could use a new coat. Currently in boat lift on Smith Mountain Lake, VA. No trailer included, but a good yard trailer is available.
18 Feet 1994 Robert ringer custom crafts
A combination of the fastest rowing skiff and sailing skiff brings us the smooth lines that give us this Skiff. She’s looking for someone who enjoys her elegance and appreciates her. Open to offers
18' Feet 1962 Whirlwind Mars
the boat has two, original 1962 motors. It was purchased new by a family in Thousand Islands and kept there until I purchased it in 2012. the boat undewent a $25K restoration at Wooden Boat Restoration in Milington Maryland. the boat has had little use since restoration and is stored inside and covered. the motors run well. the boat won competitors choice award at the 2024 Chesapeake ACBS show.
16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Runabout
1941 Chris Craft, 16ft Model 101 Deluxe. New traditional Style bottom installed in 2005-2006. Model B engine, overhauled 1991-1993, Balance & Blueprinted. and has low hours since rebuild. The engine was done by Jim's Foreign Car in New Franken, WI. The body restoration was initially done by Norten Boat Works in Green Lake, WI and later by Winchester Boat Works in Winchester, WI. The bottom was done in 2007 and it was last varnished in 2007. Boat has not been in the water since 2007.
16 ft Feet 1957 Streblow
My dad purchased the boat/trailer around 1968. Originally had a 1957 motor with no neutral until replaced with the Mercury 60Hp in 1986. Me and my sister learned to water ski, kneeboard, and tube behind this boat. Eventually outgrew the boat capacity and the family bought a Mastercraft and this boat went into storage. Father died about 22 years ago. I decided to try to get it back in the water around 2006 and did/had renovations to the boat. Got it back in the water and had motor problems. Life happened and it went back into storage. Motor rebuilt last year and we had it back on the water for 1 weekend. Life still happening and we don't have the need/use of it anymore. Would be a great boat for someone to tinker with and get it back in the water to cruise around the lake. Does have a few issues (knicks in upholstery, etc.) and it still has the original 'soak required' bottom.
14 Feet 1959 Crownline Runabout
This beautiful classic boat came with the cottage our dad bought decades ago. The boat was originally purchased in 1959 by the former cottage owner and has only been used on one small lake in Wisconsin ever since. This is a 1959 14 foot classic Crownline fiberglass runabout in excellent condition - New gel coat and bumper professionally restored in 2015 - Original chrome and windscreen in great shape - Cushions are original and in very good condition (stored inside when not in use) - Original motor, a 1959 Evinrude Diamond Jubilee 18 hp, professionally restored in 2017, includes original gas can - Includes a 2nd motor (electric motor-mount troller purchased in 2020 and attached to a vintage motor housing; batteries and marine charger included) - Also comes with the original Mastercraft trailer with new tires, professionally powder coated and rebuilt in 2021 - Custom sunbrella canvas boat cover - Boat lift included
15 Feet 1964 Century Resorter
This is a unique and fun little Resorter with an interesting history that was featured on the cover of Century Boat Club “Thoroughbred Newsletter” No.119 – Summer 2010 Vol.31 No.2. It comes with a photo album documenting a complete rebuild in 1999-2000 using modern techniques with 3M 5200 in the traditional build method as when new. The boat has unique mahogany decking with all new bottom, sides, topsides and many ribs, and battens. So the boat is of modern construction in a traditional method that will last far longer than when new. Hull is very tight no-soak. It has been well maintained, used every summer over the last 10 years with 2 varnish refreshings and 2 bottom paintings during that time. The 289 Ford Interceptor engine was ‘marinized’ by Holman Moody of NASCAR fame with a Holman Moody intake manifold and Holly 4 barrel carburetor. Additionally the engine had a complete rebuild in 2013 including new heads, newly ground crankshaft and re-bored pistons with new piston rings, bearings, gaskets and seals. Receipts for this work are available. It comes with appropriate stern and bow flags, a rain shedding watertight mooring cover and an adequate road worthy trailer with new tires (Sept 2022), working lights and cool running hubs.
19 Feet 1953 Century Resorter
Clean user Resorter. Had recent engine rebuild, varnish and bottom paint. The boat was last in the water for the 2022 season. Bottom swells quickly on the trailer and is very tight. Boat is still 6 volt. Boat is ready to go and have fun. Comes on a trailer with new tires and a cover.
26 Feet 1980 Lyman Cruisette
1980 Lyman 26' Cruisette. hand laid heavy glass lapstrake. FWC 350 chevy with BorgWarner velvet drive, 1 1/4'' s.s. shaft, bronze cage, rudder, new cutlass bearing and stuffing 60 gallons fuel. Well maintained by seasoned mariner. Good grade of vhf, plotter sounder and on board battery charger. Recent alternator, starter with spare and raw water pump. Heavy duty trailer, tires great ,maybe 200 miles on them and bearing pack . I use boat hoist so no trailer dunk. Its in water for season at Iwaco and is a wonderful boat, rides great,looks great. Also has hot water heater with fan, comfortable v berth. Retired fisherman and now nearing end of boating is reason for selling. Glad to answer any questions. Thanks Dave. You can google this boat and find out a lot more. 22,500 ,obo pics taken 5/31/23
17 Feet 1963 Century Resorter
Faithful and true . She has been winterized and in storage for the past 3 or 4 years. So is in great running condition but needs someone to love her again. Only selling her due to owners husband passing away. She is looking for someone who will show her the same love and appreciation.
19 Feet 1961/1958 Duke Port Carling Runabout
The original Duke was a 1961 My Dad`s mistress! Was rebuilt in the ~90`s by Ed Skinner at Duke Boats. About 7 years ago it needed a new bottom. Paul Brackley found me a 1958 hull he had newly redone. Same boat, but needed an engine etc. So Paul took everything important out of the `61 and put it into the `58 including reconfiguring it for a 6 cylinder and refitting the upholstery. The engine purrs like a kitten and barks like a Harley! She had a major tune up about 3 weeks ago. Everything always well maintained. I would let her go to a new home only because of my mobility issues.
18 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Continental
Single family owned since new. New bottom. Electric system overhaul. Finish in good shape. New water pump. New starter. Fuel pump rebuilt. Carbs rebuilt. Water ready.
21 Feet 1958 Century Coronado
This 1958 Century 21ft Coronado was fully restored and used rarely after the restoration. The varnish on the deck, hull sides and transom are in excellent condition. The fiberglass bottom is in excellent condition with no leaks. The plexiglass in the windshield is in very good condition. The upholstery and flooring are in excellent condition, looking brand new. The bilge is clean and in excellent condition as well.
14’ Feet 1960 Crownline Runabout
1960 Crownline runabout restored to her original beauty. 1990 50hp Envinrude engine speeds 30+MPH with 2 adults Engine was rebuilt about 5 years ago with very low hours Teleflex steering with stainless steel helm and quick turn knob Atlas setback engine mount with remote Power trim/tilt Dual batteries with boxes, Perko selector switch Dual Pro onboard battery charger with AC plug 2 captains chairs with cushions Marine paint inside and out Bow storage area Rear splash well Swim platform with folding ladder Stainless rub rail Stainless bow and stern eye fittings Bilge pump with float switch 6 gallon remote fuel tank External fuel/water separator Stainless Bow cleat and port/starboard stern popup cleats Bow and stern Navigation lights Includes trailer with DOT Lights and winch/strap.
17 Feet 1963 Greavette Sunflash
Built by Greavette Boatworks of Gravenhurst, ON, the Sunflash model is an attractive 17 footer that is easy to own and operate. This example has been under single ownership for 23 years and has been professionally restored, including a no-soak epoxy bottom. The 120hp Mercruiser and outdrive have also been rebuilt. Recently re-upholstered and re-varnished. She is sold complete with a custom Cradle Ride trailer and 3 covers (dust, storage, and towing/mooring).
21’ Feet 1962 Duke
This boat was built custom for the McLaughlin family on Lake Rousseau in Ontario, Canada. We are the second owners. Very original, including engine, gauges, steering wheel, and upholstery, which is in excellent condition. Boat is currently ran on the St. Lawrence River and works great. Exterior was completely refinished in 2022, bottom recaulked with Sikaflex, and painted, top and sides stained and finished with 12 coats of varnish. Have the original typed manual as well.
18 Feet 1952 Lyman Islander
This Lyman Islander has been in our family since it was new. Its first 40 years were spent on Lake George, NY at the family home. Suzy's dad, Patrick, traded kitchen cabinets and a small amount of cash for it. Since Patrick's death, it has been kept on Lake Champlain, VT. The boat, originnally named "The Speed Merchant" (a tongue in cheek reference to it's slow and steady pace) is renamed "On Moonlight Bay" during our stewardship of it. It has been trhough a complete renovation in the early 80's and will need some refinishing by the new owners. The engine was rebuilt in early 90's and is in reliable working order. This boat is great for fishing or picnics with friends. She is in solid condition and well loved by our family.
26 Feet 1965 Lyman Sleeper
In the same family for 25 years on the St. Lawrence River. The boat was completely restored in 2008 including new bottom, new transom and all necessary wood replaced and refinished. Canvas top is in excellent shape. Teak decks and hullsides are in great shape.
18 Feet 1951 Chris-Craft Riviera
Current owner bought the boat in 2020 planning to recommission the boat after 12 years in storage. He spent $20,000+ replacing the engine with a rebuilt KL engine, new prop, new wiring and 12 volt system. It comes with a custom cover and tandem axle trailer. Reason for selling, owners sold lake house. Interior and finish in very nice condition. Always stored and kept inside, and kept in shade during its little use in water.
23 Feet 1959 Lyman Sleeper
This '59 Lyman has provided us with many years of enjoyment. It is an excellent and smooth cruiser especially in rough water. The grand kids love swimming off the large swim platform. The boat recently completed a Florida river cruise on the St. Johns river with the ACBS boat club. It is turn-key ready to go and will provide the new owner with many years of enjoyment.
18 Feet 1985 Century Resorter
A very tidy '85 Resorter that has been well kept and features a recently replaced A&A interior. This was the only Resorter made with a convertible top in 1985 and is believed to be the last. An Acme 3-bladed prop is powered by a Mercruiser V8 260hp engine with a velvet drive transmission. Mai Tai's current owners enjoyed waterskiing and cruising her during the past 2 seasons on the historic Rideau waterway in Ontario. A late-model Fiberglass Century is a great option that shares the same sounds and feel of a traditional wooden inboard.
18 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Bottom restored by Captain Shotwell. All mahogany-Sapele, all new wiring, new battery. Stored in garage.
19 Feet 1964 Thompson Super Lancer
I purchased the boat in 2000 from second owner, completely restored and used often for 10 years nearly every weekend in fresh water lakes, towed to Florida several times to the St Johns River, Tennessee River in Alabama and Mississippi for wooden boat events. The boat is ready to launch now and is fully equipped for pleasure rides, river cruises, fishing and towing. Comfortably carries 4-6 people. I have cared for, maintained and kept stored safely out of the weather when not in use. It is sound and as all lap strake boats it does seep some water until fully swelled but not of any amount that the bilge pump cannot maintain. I upgraded the engine to modern power 1999 4.3 Mercruiser V6 and a new drive when I replaced the rotten transom. The original in line 6 cylinder was great but this boat responds extremely well with the V6 engine. Our reason to sell is we have decided to purchase a different primary boat and this one is primary now so no need for two. 2012 West System 3M 5200 bottom with all new marine plywood and keel cap, new covering boards and decks, strip seal and painted entire hull, stained and varnished all wooden parts, new floor boards and vinyl covering, new hardware, 21 gallon below floor plastic gas tank, depth/fish finder and GPS, Minn Kota remote control trolling motor (24 volt) , new deep cycle batteries, rod holders. 2015 New interior vinyl, modern gauges, dash board, new convertible top, restored trailer, new stereo with Bluetooth, two marine speakers mounted on hideaway hinged board under dash 2019 Replaced interior with black gator and tan vinyl, new sunbrella cover with draw string and snaps for towing 2022 Replaced transom and rear deck, applied 13 coats of varnish, changed furniture to sundeck and bench, new vinyl in rear, improved stringers, installed 1999 V6 4.3L engine, brand SEI new drive, all new gimbal bellows, cables and seals, upgraded engine controls and wiring, added new electric trim tabs, 4 new marine speakers in rear bench seat, thru hull transducer for depth/fish finder and GPS, repainted hull and bottom, new trailer hub bearings, aluminum mag wheels and tires Additional accessories included in asking price All operation and safety gear, mooring lines and fenders, spare prop and hardware, fishing tackle for trolling, portable live well, 4 rods with open face reels
16 Feet 1969 Century Cheetah
Only produced for a few years, the Century Cheetah featured a fiberglass hull and contemporary interior. Very similar to the early Resorter hulls, these boats were quick and ideal for water skiing. Only 236 original hours. Nice clean original interior and the hull has been repainted. Engine was gone through, New gas tank and Carb were installed spring of 2023. This is a great entry-level classic boat that is ready to go.!
22 Feet 1959 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff
A chance to own a true classic Chris-Craft. Longtime owner regularly used this boat on Lake George and always stored in a boathouse. Original Chris-Craft Marine Model K engine in strong running condition. Professionally maintained on a yearly basis, with most recent work being a refinishing of the transom in 2022. Quality and condition make this a rare opportunity to own a classic.
19 Feet 1954 Century Viking 19
"Dragoon" is in great shape and ready to enjoy. Major overhaul to the bottom refitted with new frame boards, refastened, resealed and painted in 2021. All new stainless-steel hardware. Original Grey Marine 60HP 4 cylinder has been completely overhauled by VanNess Engineering. Very low engine hours. This boat has always been stored inside and all work performed by professionals. Work includes new 12-volt electrical system, new gear reduction, new fuel tank, new canvas, new seat cushions and back rest. A rare opportunity to own a true classic.
23 Feet 1983 Formula 233 LS
This classic Formula 233LS is the original Cigarette boat. In 1962, the legendary Don Aronow teamed up with veteran race driver Walt Walters and designer & sterndrive inventor Jim Wynne. The combination was a winning formula. He called the group Formula Boat Company. This talented team went on to produce the Formula 233, the first boat built under the Formula banner. It was all fiberglass, with a length of 23.3 feet, an 8-foot, 3-inch beam and a dry weight of just over 2,000 pounds. Many of the classic DeepVee powerboat manufacturers that we know today: Donzi, Magnum, Cigarette, can all trace their roots back to this original design of the Formula 233. The Formula 233 was produced from 1963 – 1983, with this boat being the final year of this legendary design. This example is a one owner boat used only on Lake George since new, showing 421 original hrs. It has recently been recommissioned and completely gone through mechanically & cosmetically. Fantastic original condition with it’s standard Mercruiser 260HP engine with Alpha drive and SS prop.
17 Feet 1978 Mako Angler
This classic Mako 17’ Angler is one of the original center console fishing boats designed and remained a popular boat for many years due to its seaworthiness, while inspiring a whole new category of boats. This example was owned by the same family up until 2019, when it was refurbished and repowered with a remanufactured Evinrude 115HP outboard motor by its current owner. In addition to the repower with an Outboard Exchange remanufactured motor, all the remaining mechanicals have been gone through and refreshed. In addition to new bottom paint, the cushions and Sunbrella console cover are new. The boat has been lightly used on Lake George since its 2020 refurbishment and has very low hours.
18 Feet 1939 Cape Dory-style Sailboat
This classic 18’ sailboat has been owned and operated on Lake George, NY for most of its life. The current owner purchased the boat in 1996 from avid sailors of the Lake George Club. The boat was used in many regattas, earning it the #2 Club Sail. The boat underwent a 2-year professional restoration immediately after purchase in 1996: including the replacement and refastening of all needed planks and frames. A new canvas deck and mahogany trim were installed, and a full repaint was done to bring the boat back to its original, classic glory. This boat is the perfect addition to a summer on a lake. Includes a custom-made trailer.
16 Feet 1969 Donzi Ski Sporter
This DONZI Sweet Sixteen is a very original two-owner boat that has always lived on Lake George. Holman Moody 289 Ford V8 was completely rebuilt by StormCrank Engineering in 2021, along with new intake manifold, Holly 650 4 barrel carburetor, new exhaust manifolds other engine accessories. Bullet-proof Volvo 280 outdrive recently serviced. The engine has break-in hours only. Original interior upholstery replaced in correct patterns & vinyl match. New Sunbrella top in 2021. Always stored indoors. Additional original equipment included is a green tinted windscreen, trailer with new tires & lights, zippered cockpit cover and Holman Moody exhaust manifolds. A rare opportunity to own a very fast, classic glass speedboat.
16' Feet 1960 Shepherd Runabout
Used as a family boat, this runabout was newly reconditioned in 2022/23
15' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Cavalier Runabout
Gray Marine eng. rebuilt 2017. Less than 50 hrs on it. This boat is ready to run.
12' Feet 50's Chris Craft Bar
Ski boat repurposed to a 12' bar some original framework, mahogany bottom, topsides and decks with cedar bar top. Chris Craft hardware and all marine finishes. Stainless ice bucket under deck porthole with drain in front compartment.
21' Feet 1973 Century Coronado
Original owner. This boat has been taken care of with love. Fully restored fiberglass & upholstery in 2008. Beautiful & Classic.
15 Feet 1959 MFG Celeron
Purchased in 2009. Boat was in very sad condition. Completely stripped and restored to like new condition over the next 12 years. Restoration was accelerated and completed during the Covid lockdown. I replaced the original Johnson 35 Seahorse with a new Suzuki 30 for efficiency and reliability. Ninety percent of wood was replaced including the seats, deck, transom and floors. Windshield frame and glass are original. The boat is an awesome beach bomber.
19' Feet 1961 Shepherd 105 Runabout
Full and complete restoration in 1987. Included new bottom, side and transom planks as needed. New upholstery in original colors. Complete new drive train. re-varnished and bottom paint in 2018. The bottom is in like new condition. The boat has been meticulously maintained, show boat material. Boat house kept on Lake Rosseau, Ontario Canada. A custom fitted tandem axle bunk trailer is also included.
18 Feet 1972 Century Resorter
Completely restored in 2005 including stringers replaced. Sapele African mahogany bow and stern done in 2017. Deck inserts, and interior mahogany all replaced in 2017. A very clean boat!
15-feet Feet 2022 Douglas Brooks Boatbuilding Skiff
In the Thousand Islands region of New York State, fishing guides in the late 1800s developed their own unique style of guide boat for the open waters of the St. Lawrence and Thousand Islands region. They featured double-ended lapstrake construction. The type is famous for its ease of rowing, tracking, and stability. This is a perfect boat for someone who wants to row in more open waters. This particular boat is a replica of a St. Lawrence River Skiff built around 1900 and now in the collection of Mystic Seaport Museum. She measures 14’ 10” long. The skiff is planked in Atlantic white cedar, with steam-bent white oak frames, white oak sheer strakes, rub rails, decks, and coamings. The planking is fastened with copper rivets. She has two rowing stations so the rower can balance rowing alone or with one or even two passengers. The skiff comes with one pair of oars. Douglas is willing to consider delivery to New England and northeastern New York.
14 Feet 1954 Larson Falls Flyer
First year of this unique style in fiberglass after the fire that wiped out the wood boat production in 1951. This boat has been totally restored with a new transom and stringers. New upholstery in the original style. Rechromed hardware and the correct original bow light provided by Falls Flyer expert Paul Mikkelson. Rebuilt and repainted electric start Mercury Mark 55 along with a sand blasted and painted Tee Nee trailer. Rides great as a rear steer.
16"3" Feet 2013 Glen-L Custom
Glen-L Stiletto Custom runabout with two-stoke, 3 cylinder 90hp Nissan/Tohatsu in excellent condition. Being sold with aluminum I beam trailer. Tops out around 41mph and planes almost immediately. Engine has internal oil tank so no premixing. The hull is fiberglass over marine grade Okoume plywood (from France) painted midnight blue. The rest of the boat is 1/4 Sapele with Maple racing stripes over Okoume plywood. The frames are white oak. 100% stainless steel for all fasteners and parts. All deck screws are plugged with plugs from the same wood. The hull was built exactly to the specifications with the interior customized. as per the pictures. Both the front and back seats open to access the gas tank and for storage and there is an additional hatch built in the back deck. Battery is 7 months old and centered under the front deck. 5 stainless steel fold down cleats and fold down bow navigation lights with separate anchor light. Two bilge pumps. Stainless steel rub rail. The engine is mounted on a jack plate which allowed us to build the back deck/hatch and so the engine was not mounted on the transom. It is extremely well built and looks amazing. The deck could use a fresh coat to extra shine. Always Kept Indoors
34 Feet 1951 Chris Craft
Part of a collection of Chris Crafts being offered by ABA. Boat has recently been in the water and underway.
18 Feet 1962 Chris-Craft Holiday
Originally owned by the late Andy Rooney of CBS-TV’s 60 Minutes, this sporty runabout features a 5200 “no-soak” bottom installed in 2019 when the boat underwent a thorough restoration. At that time, the engine was rebuilt and has about 100 running hours added since. It runs very well with cylinder compression 117 psi and has rebuilt gauges on the dash. The upholstery has been replaced. She comes atop a sturdy, galvanized-steel Load-Rite trailer. Full documentation including original sales brochure, price list, and all mechanical and electrical tech manuals are included in the sale. Ready to go for a cruise this Spring!
17 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Runabout
This 17' Mahogany Chris Craft Runabout is in great condition. It has been garaged all of its life. Runs great and it does come with a trailer. There have been 3 owners. I also have a PDF document with more specifics just ask for it and I can send it over.
21 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Super Sport
A very stylish model; the 21' Chris Craft Super Sport featured big power, a roomy interior, and some serious automotive influence. This example has gone through a comprehensive, multi-year restoration and is in excellent condition. Replaced no-soak bottom and rebuilt 431 cubic inch Lincoln V8 engine. A total of only 125 21' Super Sports were built between 1964 and 1967. She has been restored with much attention to originality. Ready to go, ready to show!
11 Feet 2015 Glen-L homemade
A 11" stretch of a Squirt. Won "People's Choice Award" at 2016 Brainerd, MN Classic Boat Show. Motor was professionally rebuilt and painted. Runs perfect. The hull has been completely covered with a layer of fiberglass cloth and impregnated with epoxy resin, resulting in a water-tight and strong finish.
20 Feet 1977 Cigarette 20 Tempest
Built in Don Aranow's factory and in mint condition! Boat has about 325 Hours and is turn key ready. 3rd owner. Meticulously Maintained, indoor stored Fresh Water Boat. Cockpit upholstery in Excellent Condition. Boat was painted with Awlgrip White by the original owner to change color. Original color was Yellow. Inside of Hull is spotless. Gauges were replaced. All services performed. Trailer serviced with 5 new tires, new bearings, seals and new brakes. Complete with all Books and Records. You will not be disappointed with this incredibly Rare “TEMPEST” optioned Cigarette 20. Mercury Racing Tempest Package includes: 350-cubic inch engine 395 Horsepower @ 5500 RPM Compression Ratio 11:1 Thunderbolt Capacitor discharge ignition High pressure oil pump 60/80 PSI Precision-cast, premium grade cast iron cylinder block with full-length water jackets; ribbed and reinforced with 4 bolt main bearing caps. Special high performance Cylinder Head made from precision cast, premium grade cast iron. Heavy duty forged steel Crankshaft supported by 5 premium quality steel-reinforced aluminum alloy bearings and main bearings. Forged steel; deep ribbed Connecting Rods 4 Barrel Holley Carburetor with manual choke, Aluminum intake manifold 8 Quart ribbed Oil Pan, Transom mounted raw water pickup with flush attachment. External oil coolers for engine and power steering oil, Water separator kit MercTrans II Transmission Mercruiser TRS Stern Drive Mercruiser II-SSM gear housing and stainless steel three blade cleaver propellers (2 different pitch included) Stewart-Warner electric fuel pump and system, Power Steering. Heavy Duty front plate engine mounts, Heavy Duty Trim Tabs Custom Thru-Transom Exhaust, Electric Shift, Power Trim System, Raised Engine Hatch with Cigarette Logo. Options include: Electric Horn, E.S. Ritchie & Sons Compass: 5 ½ inch Flush mounted, Red illuminated and set immediately, forward of the driver on the Fore Deck, Glove Box with Lock, Trailer, tandem custom with surge Brakes. Upgrades include: Gauges with red trim rings New Optima Marine Blue Top battery with Aluminum Anodized Cover and hold down. Full Boat Cover.
20' Feet 1961 Lyman
This is nice example of a well cared for user boat. The upholstery and exterior paint and varnish are in good condition. The engine runs great and is enjoyed by the owner every season. The interior varnish on sides and engine box could use a touch up. The bottom is very tight and doesn't take on much water at all after being soaked up. This boat is ready to go, just needs a new owner. Comes with a very nice Loadmaster Tandem axle trailer with extended height winch stand making launching and retrieving very easy. Used exclusively in brackish water. Never straight salt water. The 20' lyman offers the ride and stability of bigger boats but the ease of a small boat. priced affordably
22 Feet 1947 Chris-Craft U-22 Sportsman
"Scooteroo" is a wonderful boat. Was flipped and stripped in Texas in 2008. 5200 no soak bottom and rebuilt motor. Varnish and all gauges and wiring was redone. Moved to Michigan at Gun Lake. For a decade and now Been in Newport Beach, California turning heads since 2018 with our family. Such a fun cruiser in the bay and in the ocean. Perfect day boat with plenty of room to walk around. Chrome is in great shape and engine has recently been rebuilt from the ground up. Re-balanced prop. Fuel tank doesn’t leak and the upholstery is near perfect. Varnish will be due next year sometime. Don’t have time as we have a growing family. Comes with a trailer and a parking spot near the launch ramp if desired. She is easy to launch.
20 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
The seller has owned this boat since early 1980's. It has always been stored inside.The boat has had a full refinish on the sides and decks. They have 12 coats of varnish. The bottom is original. The boat comes with a rare Chris-o-matic electric shift and deluxe steering wheel which were original factory options. Comes with all the original factory hardware, including fold down windshield. New pleated upholstery comes with the boat and is ready to be put back in the boat. Includes era correct tandem axle trailer with new tires and buddy bearings. The boats are rare and there are not many left. It would be a great boat to finish the restoration. Selling for health reasons.
18 Feet 1961 Cruisers, Inc
This is a beautiful 1961 classic wooden boat that was made by Cruisers Inc. Cruisers Inc. was a sister company of Thompson Boats and they shared manufacturing techniques and styles. She was purchased in October 2015 and she has spent time on Rocky Fork Lake. She rides like a charm! Her home is inside a garage to protect her from the elements. She comes with a 1965 Evinrude 80HP/2 stroke outboard motor and a 1970 Holsclaw trailer. We recently had a custom made bimini made for her which shields you from the summer sun. In the water summer of 22' This boat is all set to go! Contact for more details on Tiempo de Lago.
26' Feet 1916 Couch Long Deck Launch
This boat was built in Clayton, NY, and belonged to Jim & Tony Lewis, founders of the Antique Boat Museum. She was in their family for many years.The boat does need some bottom work, but otherwise is in good shape. The boat is completely varnished, top sides and deck. She is located in Murphy, NC.
20' Feet 1910 E M White Motor Canoe
We purchased this boat from the family who bought her new. She was in good shape but we did a full restoration, including an engine rebuild, all new canvas, varnish, etc. An interesting feature of this boat is that she has hidden sponsons for flotation and stability. When you first see the boat you should never realize this. She is in perfect condition and ready for a boat show or museum.
23 Feet Feet 1960 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Ranger
One of 53 Sea Skiff Hulls constructed in 1960 and a far fewer number of Ranger finished craft. This option included ceiling boards and a few other additions. This hull is the 3rd to the last Sea Skiff for 1960. Completely restored interior, new floors, jumps seats, other tasteful additions and modified tall canvas with zip in sides and aft. Original power was GM 283ci - V-8 repowered with a highly customized 350sbc with complete bilge repaint, dual remote oil filters. Block was sanded, deburred, primed and then painted 4 coats of Cadillac Blue. This craft handles the rough water very well and is a very comfortable and roomy boat. We recently spent $6,200.00+ having the following work done: -Full engine service -Steering helm repairs -Raw water impeller replacement, seacock and strainer installation -Exhaust Hose replacement -Propeller repaired -Strut reset -New cutless bearing and packing gland hose -Routine maintenance
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