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30 Feet 1960 Forest Johnson Prowler
MACS TRAX is a classic 30-foot Forest Johnson Prowler built in 1960. She has been recently restored and meticulously maintained by her current owner. Features include varnished mahogany carvel planked hull, beautiful paint and varnish throughout, and twin Mercruiser 5.7 liter engines. Varnished Mahogany Carvel Planked Hull Teak Decking over Plywood Weather Decks Mahogany and Plywood Superstructure Opening Hatches and Portlights Beautiful Paint and Varnish Throughout Engines and Systems Twin Mercruiser 5.7 liter engines, 300 HP (each), installed in 1996 Borg Warner Velvet Drive Reduction Gear Model AS1-71C Single 200 gallon aluminum fuel tank Primary Racor and Engine Mounted Secondary Fuel Filters Mechanical Steering System Twin 13 x 12.5 Bronze Propellers Bronze Spade Rudder and 1 inch Stainless Steel Shaft Two Electric Rule 1500 GPH Bilge Pumps w/Float Switch Single Jabsco Marine Head Single Fresh Water Tank w/12 volt Pump Electronics Garmin GPS Map 4208 Chartplotter/Radar Garmin 400C Fish Finder/Depth Sounder Faria Engine Synchronizer West Marine 580 VHF Radio Bennett Trim Tabs Pro Mariner Pro Tournament 150 Triple Battery Charger Equipment Single Fortress FX-11 Anchor w/Rode wo Air Horns Gas Fume Detector Spare Propellers (two)
22 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Very clean boat that has been fully restored. Boat was fully refinished. Bottom was replaced in the traditional method. Chrome, gauges and interior have all been done. New custom trailer and full cover are included. All work had been recently done.
18 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra
Chris Craft's first foray into the world of (partial) fiberglass, only 51 Chris Craft 18' Cobras were built in 1955. The current owner has owned this example for over 40 years and her restoration was recently completed in 2019. She was restored by her owner with the assistance of Clay Thompson and Dan Diehl to make her as correct to original as possible. Since restoration, she has won Best in Show, Best in Class, the Corinthian Award at Keels & Wheels, among other accolades. The restoration has routinely scored 98.5/100 and can be considered a collector-quality Cobra. Sold complete with a custom trailer and full cover.
26' Feet 1929 Chris Craft Upswept Triple
The Paragon is an iconic Chris-Craft model, completely restored by renowned Mayea Brothers Restoration. Complete restoration file and photos available. All leather interior with original nickel silver hardware. Scripps V-12 350hp engine rebuilt. Capable of speeds up to 55mph. Converted to 12-volt. Comes on an excellent double axle Eagle trailer.
36 Feet 1946 Stephens Triple Cockpit Runabout
This gorgeous example was built as a passenger carrying day boat and reportedly owned at various times by actors Wes Parker and James Dean. The decks are made of South America mahogany and the cockpit soles in teak, The boat has been recently surveyed and is described to be in "Bristol" condition. The boat is powered by a Cummins Diesel Engine, QSM 11 offering up 660HP. The bottom is a West System with a combination of Okoume and Sapele plywood professionally done by a well know restorer. The boat went thought a full refresh in 2022/2023 to include GPS, VHF Radio, Upgraded stereo system with subwoofer and 2 amps, Macerator toilet Water tank and aft sink Automatic anchor system Stainless steel Bimini top Rear swim grid, Stainless steel ladder to swim grid, Bottom paint, Zincs, Automatic bar system, Quad axle trailer / 28,000 lb trailer, Complete front and rear custom-made cockpit covers Aft stainless steel and marble cocktail table, Bow area fully padded with changing room seat and mahogany floors, Many major parts re-chromed All stainless-steel panels polished LED lighting system throughout bow area, LED lighting system throughout engine room Full mechanical with oil change on main motor, All top side and floor revarnished. This boat is in immaculate condition and is in the water now.
31 Feet 1986 Riva St Tropez
1986 Riva St Tropez powered by twin Crusader 454’s. This is a rare US Spec boat that was imported to the US when new. Most of the St Tropez’s that we we built were use in Europe. This boat has gone through a major overhaul last year having a brand new OEM interior installed as well as having the bottom freshly painted and the motors gone through to make sure everything is turn key. The boat comes with full cover.
19 Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Barrel Back
Beautifully restored, Award Winning, early 1939 Barrel Back with single piece covering boards. The boat is restored to show condition and said to be one of the last full restorations done by a well known restorer. Boat has a 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, new interior, wiring, Gauges, chrome, gas tank. Everything on this boat has been done to show condition and it has had very little use since restoration. The boat comes on a custom trailer with a custom waterline cover. Full documentation of history of boat and restoration of the boat comes with it.
28 Feet 1966 Lyman Sportsman
Boathouse kept in the fresh water of the St. Lawrence River all its life. In Bristol condition and ready for a new owner. Saint sports varnished teak decks and cockpit sole, spacious arrangement, large engine cover cushions, immaculate upholstery, dinette, convertible galley, a head, 2 Garmin GPS', trim tabs, and updated Borg Warner gauges. The original engines were replaced with twin 5.7L V8 Crusaders 325hp with MPI fuel injection. The ultimate river cruiser and commuter for all weather conditions!
26 Feet 1956 Chris-Craft Continental
"Twin Spin" is hull #3 out of the 48 26-foot Continentals made by Chris-Craft in 1956 and only 82 of these big utilities ever made by Chris-Craft between 1956 and 1959. "Twin Spin" was originally called "Allegro" by its initial purchaser, Dr. Clayton Stubbs; who was one of the wealthiest residents in Mount Clemens, Michigan, and could afford to purchase one of the first three Chris-Craft Continentals made with many special order items from the factory. The price he paid in 1955 was around $9,000, which equates to the price of an average house, or four new Chevrolet Bel Airs at that time. The boat is mostly original as per the original hull card. Some of the special order items from the factory which make this boat a standout are its full length instrument panel from port to starboard, with glove compartment and door, throttles together on port side of the steering wheel, hatch in the forward deck, amongst a number of other special order items as per the original equipment record from Chris-Craft. They are all are still on the boat today. "Twin Spin" was completely restored in Holland, Michigan around 2006, where the bottom was encased with a West Bottom system along with all the other bright work, engines, etc., being brought up to show standard. The work was commissioned and finished by Grand Craft in Holland, Michigan, one of the leading boat builders of mahogany boats in the USA with a reputation second to none. Since that time the boat has done less than 200 hours and has been kept and cared for as part of my collection. Making this boat even rarer and more sought after are its powerful twin MCL 175hp engines, which make cruising at 30 knots a breeze and achieving 40+ knots with ease as the engines purr in synchronization. The twin engines make docking and maneuvering easy in tight spots - along with making the skipper look like a true professional! "Twin Spin" makes Riva owners envious and is now looking for a new home and custodian to take it into the future.
28 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Runabout
This is a very rare Chris Craft Runabout. The 28' Model was made only 2 &1/2 years before being permanently discontinued Started in '29 and discontinued halfway through the '31 year. This boat had a full cosmetic restoration in 2018 by Lassitor Boat works. Upholstery and brightwork and chrome are all very good. Boat is 100% original and 100% complete. The Hull is very sound and has NO dry rot. Original Bottom that is surprisingly good. One of only a few boats with the original and very rare Chris Craft A-70 V8. Made only in the "29 Production year. The boat was in the water in 2021, a video under power is available.
26 Feet 2009 Fish Bros. El Lagarto Replica
One of the most prolific Gold Cup racers of the 1930's, "El Lagarto" was the first 3-time consecutive winner of the APBA Gold Cup, 1933-1935. Originally designed and built in 1922 by John Hacker, she was later modified following the APBA rule changes in 1929 to allow for stepped/shingled bottoms. El Lagarto received a 5-step bottom treatment and replacement power from a 621cid Packard engine. "Outlaw" is a reproduction of El Lagarto's hull, as it raced post-1930. She has been finished with a deep black hull and beautiful dark mahogany decks. Powered with a 454cid GM engine, she is a strong performer.
25 Feet 1934 Ditchburn Gentleman's Launch
Like many boatbuilders continuing to operate through the 1930's, Ditchburn faced financial strain and looked to more modern designs to stay afloat. "Kemah II" was designed by Earl Barnes and built by Ditchburn. She features a semi-displacement hull, 3-piece raked windshield, an attractive sloped rear deck, and the moulded mother in law seat; a Ditchburn signature. She was comprehensively restored in the mid-1990's and has been nicely maintained since. Award winner in Gravenhurst, Lake Tahoe, Clayton, and Manotick. Former Antique Boat of the Year winner in Muskoka.
28 Feet 2014 Bennington/StanCraft
This is one of only 25 made by Bennington and StanCraft with real mahogany panels. This is tri-toon is in pristine condition without flaws and has been meticulously cared for. It is a single owner boat used only in fresh water! Brand new bimini top and boat cover.This luxury StanCraft edition is all you want in a pontoon and more! With Mahogany panels built by StanCraft you can enjoy the class of a wooden boat with the convenience of a pontoon. All upholstery is Bennington’s Icon™ Soft-Touch pillow top Q with diamond stitching vinyl. Seat bases are composite Duraframe. A self-draining bench seat cooler is new for 2014 as is a restyled Pure-Comfort reclining helm chair with integrated headrest. Seat hinges are powder coated and cupholders are stainless steel.
29 Feet 1928 Hacker Craft Dolphin Triple Cockpit Runabout
Completely restored in 1987 using new wood and traditional methods.Top section of stem preserved. The original Sterling Petrel engine was recently rebuilt by Robert Mishko. Dark green rolled and pleated upholstery, egg crate wood floor.
26 Feet 1956 Chris-Craft Continental
Beautifully restored 1956 26ft Chris-Craft Continental. New 5200 bottom, new top planking, interior and gauges. This show quality boat is turnkey!
80 Feet 1939 PA Navy Yard - Bureau of Ships
*1939 PATROL TORPEDO BOAT P.T. 8/YF 110 WW2 HISTORY* PT8 – YF110 - PATROL TORPEDO BOAT - 80 Foot Long 17 Foot Beam. All Aluminum Construction. 3 Axle Trailer included. Fitted with Twin Detroit Diesels 16cV71V's (30 knots) Built at Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in 1939. A rare piece of history with Substantial Documentation and Records included in sale. According to historical experts, there are only 12 remaining PT Boats in the World. This boat was one of a few Navy Prototype boats. This boat was in service during WW2. This is the only known Aluminum hulled P.T. Boat in existence. Lengthy Documentation. Appraised at $3.75 Million in 2009 by 46 year Naval Expert. A variety of recent work has been completed on the boat. 110V power – New Gearbox. Shafts Heat Exchangers. Propellers. Hull is in excellent condition. Engines are started regularly and run strong. Beautiful Helm. Looks Fantastic in the Water. All information provided in this add is subject to review of all documentation held by seller. Potential buyer can review and confirm accuracy of specifics provided at the time of viewing the vessel. USD. Located in Louisiana USA. Does not include transportation or international customs/VAT etc. We can refer you to a shipper and or Import Professional. BRIEF HISTORY : PT-7 Class Aluminum-hulled Motor Torpedo Boat (Prototype) - District Patrol Craft Built by Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA Ordered, 23 June 1939 Laid down, 29 December 1939 Launched, 29 October 1940 Placed in service with Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 1 as PT-8, 25 February 1941 Transferred to Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 2, 13 August 1941 Reclassified District Patrol Craft YP-110, 14 October 1941 Assigned to Inshore Patrol, Fourth Naval District, 1942 Placed out of service, date unknown Struck from the Naval Register, 10 January 1943 Authorization for machinery salvage and hull scrapping r, 01 February 1943 Hull apparently retained at Philadelphia Navy Yard for tests and sold postwar Video Available upon request at Antique Boat America
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra
This 1955 Chris-Craft 21’ Black Cobra is perhaps the first-and-only true vintage Hot Rod boat in the classic-boating hobby. This boat is believed to come about as a collaboration between Jim Street and his friend, George Barris. Prior to Street’s passing in 2017, he was known as the only original Cobra owner left, having purchased the boat new in 1955 at the age of 21. Street special-ordered Hull No. BR-21-010 custom from Chris-Craft through his local dealer. Since even the top-option Cadillac V-8 was not powerful enough for Street, he ordered the boat without an engine. This enabled him to install a Henry Meyer-built Cadillac V-8. He took delivery in February 1955. Soon after, a blower was installed to make the boat even faster. The hull modifications included painting the hull sides and iconic fin gloss black, blonde-stained covering boards, eight Buick porthole ventilators and quad exhaust tips. The Interior featured an array of added instruments, a port-side dash and a Batmobile-style twin-grip yoke steering control. This is the boat seen in the iconic "Beach Photo" staged with the Golden Sahara and was the featured attraction at the 2nd annual Bakersfield Motor and Boat Show in 1959 alongside the Golden Sahara II. In the more recent years the boat has had the bottom refastened, interior redone and a new wiring harness installed. We also had the super charger rebuilt and the engine gone through. We are trying to preserve the history Jim Street has created with this boat. Included in the sale is the trailer seen in the pictures.
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra
This boat is a 1 of a kind Chris Craft Cobra. A collectors dream. What makes it a 1 of 1 is that it is the only Cobra to leave the factory with the custom red color. This boat has been fully restored including having a 5200 bottom done. It is powered by a 200 HP Chrysler Marine Hemi Engine. This boat has already been turning heads at a few shows and has earned Best in Class and Best in Show awards. Included in the sale is the trailer seen in the pictures
30 Feet 1967 Lyman
La Lee is by far, one of the nicest Lyman 30's around today. She has been immaculately maintained and is in near perfect condition. With her wide beam and large cockpit, this is a perfect boat to entertain on. Having been maintained by Lyman-Morse over the past couple of years, LA LEE is a beautiful turn-key, retrofitted picnic boat. Engines run strong. Boat is available to be seen at any time year-round. Yard Trailer included.
26' Feet 1990 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit
A beautiful modern Classic, with no soak bottom. Built in 1990 and completely redone in 2017. This included strip and refinish of the entire boat, no wood replacement was needed according to a survey. The engine was rebuilt. A total mechanical overhaul was done in May 2022. Brand new custom Bow Thruster, New Auto Bilge, New Garmin 10" GPS w/ touch screen and Active Captain, New 4 Blade Bronze Vibe Free Prop, 40 Gallon Fuel Capacity, Built in Fresh Water Flush System, 12 Volt- 2 new batteries with switch. Powered by a Crusader 350, 270hp with 130 hours.
52 Feet 2017 Lagoon
Rare opportunity to acquire one of Lagoon's most sought after Flybridge Catamarans. This impeccably maintained 2017 model is the highly desirable 4 cabin version and is located in Ft. Lauderdale. All duties are paid and the current live aboard in slip on the ICW may be transferable. 2-2017 Yanmar 4JH80 engines. Sails fully serviced by Nance Underwood - (2021) House Batteries 6 x 210 Ah - (2021) Port Saildrive SD60 - (2022) Bottom Paint - (2021) Scheiber System replaced - (2021) Water Maker membranes - (2021) Fresh Water pump - (2022) Salon Freezer - (2021) Full size LG smart inverter Fridge Freezer - (2021) Trampolines - (2021) Front Cockpit cushion - (2021) Windlass Motor - (2021) Splendide washer dryer WDC7100XC Anemometer - (2021) Dedicated flybridge Stereo system - (2021) Engines serviced - (July 2022) Generator serviced - (July 2022) Door rollers - (2021) Teak cockpit decks refinished - (2022) Tender outboard serviced - (2022) Onan Genset 21.5k KVA + cocoon with monitoring 3508 hours US electrical system 12V sockets in cabins 2 x Mastervolt Chargemaster Plus 12/100 Battery Chargers Victron Phoenix 3000W Inverter Marinco 1500W Inverter 6 x 210Ah for 1260aH battery house bank Engines Yanmar 4JH80 1908/1971 hours HighField Ocean Master Center Console 12'10" (2017) 40HP Honda 4 Stroke Outboard Tenderlift Hydraulic platform
25 Feet 1930 Dodge 25A Triple Cockpit
This Model 25A 1930 Triple Cockpit Dodge is one of only a few known to still exist. This example was completely restored including all new wood except for the stem and gripe which were preserved. An experienced owner restoration, with plywood interior sheathing on hullsides and bottom bedded with 3M 5200 and sealed with Smiths penetration epoxy sealer and completely replanked and bedded again with 5200. After remanufacturing the original Lycoming 165 it was determined that it was past the point of full restoration and turned into a showpiece. A brand new Marine Power 350ci fuel injected V8 was installed and has been an excellent dependable and powerful replacement of the Lycoming. All new upholstery was redone and matched by a concours upholsterer with new boxes and springs built. A custom dual axle trailer was purchased to complete the package. The boat was completed in 2017 and brought to Whitefish Lake ACBS show and Coeur D'Alene where is received "Skippers Choice" at both! The owners have moved across the country had a change in lifestyle and decided its time to pass this elegant piece of history on to new stewardship.
25 Feet 1930 Dodge 25A Triple Cockpit Runabout
1930 Dodge model 25A hull number 8. Believed to be the oldest in existence. Transom and bottom have been replaced, otherwise believed to have all original wood. The bottom is a no soak 5200 done by a professional shop that also installed a GM 350 block engine. The original Lycoming was running when taken out and has been stored in a safe environment along with all the conversion parts. Lycoming engine is available at a separate cost. All hardware was replated, new upholstery and a fresh coat of varnish in 2018. The boat has been stored on a lift over water inside an enclosed boat house since and lightly used. Comes with a tandem aluminum trailer. I have lots of history on the boat including correspondence from original owner in 1932 to the Dodge Boat Company. When the boat was reupholstered we found the original upholstery in place. This has been preserved and all skins have been saved for the Clayton Museum as a frame of reference. The new material matches the original in manufacturing style and color perfectly. Only known issues; prop is for the Lycoming not the 350. Stern Globe although period is not exactly correct but serviceable. As you'll see from the pictures she comes with a high quality dash panel and all the accessories as when she left the Newport News factory. This boat is an excellent piece of history and a great addition to any collection.
38 Feet 1929 Elco "Thirty Eight", Two-Cabin Fast Cruiser
An absolutely exquisite Antique Commuter that doubles as an overnighter, this 1929 Elco "Thirty Eight", Two-Cabin Fast Cruiser, has been well cared-for and updated. "KaRaT" is a two-cabin fast cruiser built by the Electric Launch Company (Elco), the premier maker of launches and cruisers for prestigious customers, mostly based in New York City. Per the 1929 Elco brochure, the Thirty Eight is "Designed to meet the requirements of the Yachtsman who wishes to run his own boat, yet have the convenience and luxury of two separate cabains", "KaRaT" is a sister ship to the one used by Charles Lindbergh for his 1929 honeymoon with Anne Morrow. Formerly known as "Queenie", her previous owners toured her through New York, coastal New England, and through Ontario during their 40-year ownership. She has recently received a complete keel-up restoration to enhance her original look, gleaming mahogany and shiny brass hardware. In addition, her mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems have been modernized to allow for safe and comfortable long distance cruising in the 1000 Islands and beyond.
27 Feet 2011 Hacker Craft Sport Runabout
Better than new; this 2011 Hacker Sport has recently undergone a full and comprehensive restoration. A recent survey report is available, condition reported as Bristol ++. Powered by a Crusader 8.1L fuel injected engine with only 173 original hours. Equipped with a closed loop cooling system. Bow thruster. Full teak cockpit sole and swim platform. Brand new interior, all chrome, paint, and varnish in new condition. The Sport model is an ideal family boat that serves equally well as a tender for a larger yacht, or a cocktail cruiser. Integrated swim platform and transom steps. Wraparound forward windshield. This example needs absolutely nothing and is ready to enjoy!
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra
1955 21' Chris Craft Cobra Hull #21. It is powered by a 285 HP Cadillac Engine. This boat was restored by one of the top Cobra Restorers in the country. It has a a bottom up restoration. Restored to be a show boat. Restoration includes 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, full refinish, correct wiring, interior, all gauges and chrome done and much more. It is an award winning boat and will turn heads no matter where you go. Included in the sale is the 2021 Freedom Trailer as seen in pictures. Also included with the boat are three covers (water line cover, dust cover and travel cover) custom made for the boat.
21 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri
This is one of the nicest 21 Capri's you will find. It has had a bottom up restoration with no expenses spared. The seller is the second owner (22 years). The first owner purchased boat from Irwin Marine lake Winnipesuakee. 2 ACBS Best of Show Awards , 97 best Chris Craft ACBS Marque award, plus other first place awards. The boat has a Chris Craft MBL158 hp original 6 Volt engine and transmission. Âll rebuilt by Drake Engines , Rochester NY,. There are aprox 20-25 hours on engine since rebuild. Gauges redone by Kocian Instruments Depere Wi. Show Level chrome by Circle Polishing Plating, Newburyport Ma. 5200 bottom restoration By George Baker, antique custom boat wood restoration Tuftonboro ,NH. Upholstery by Rollins Custom upholstery Wolfeboro NH. Boat restoration by The Olde Boat House, antique and classic boat restoration Wolfeboro NH. Trailer Eagle single axel with new tires. Boat has always been kept in a boat house both before and after restoration. Reason for selling is at 86 my body is telling me that i am too old to get in and out of the boat and it is time for a new owner to enjoy.
26 Feet 1936 Custom Commuter
1936 26’ Custom Commuter found in a boat house on a canal between Ashland St and Gray Haven Island in Detroit bordering Gross Pointe. It was across the canal from DYC Commodore Gar Wood’s mansion. Both properties are across the Detroit River from the Detroit Yacht Club on Belle Isle. Plenty of boating history in this location. We have the Coast Guard Hull card and the builder’s Coast Guard picture ID. The hull was laid in 1936. Gar Wood made a 1936 26’ Hull in 1935-1936. The hull is very similar to a Gar Wood Hull but the definitive plans were lost. All the bottom, sides and roof structure are original wood including the original the beautiful transom. It is all old growth mahogany. It swells perfectly in 24 hours yearly. The motor is original to the boat and the flat head 8 cylinder runs and powers the boat through the water perfectly. All the inside mahogany is new, the upholstery is new, the cabin top and Headliner is new, all the trim is custom stainless and period fittings are re chromed. 2 new automatic bilge pumps and blower are new for safety. Depth finder and inverter have also been added. All the dash gauges and switches are new and the shifter for the drive is attached to a Velvet Drive for smooth linkage fee operation. A hidden depth finder, stereo and power inverter were added for convenience and enjoyment. The canopy is new sunbrella. This is a one off boat and totally custom. The history of finding the boat and launching it are must reads from articles in the Brass Bell. They will detail the story completely. Under my ownership the boat was always in the water in a covered boathouse on Torch Lake , Michigan and stored on the custom bunk trailer fabricated for maximum hull support in the winters in a new insulated Pole Barn with no supplemental heat. It has been stripped of hardware and varnished every 3 years and professionally winterized with spring service on tune up, fluids and water test trial each year. I own multiple collectible rare boats and this one is the show stopper. Contact with the experienced restorer is available.
36 Feet 2019 Custom Display Trailer filled with Outboards, Oil Cans, Toy Boats and more
Trailer is 36' long custom built. Bought brand new 2019 has been outside a total of three days since purchase. It has always been store inside since I purchased and built it out. It has a tool box, air compressor with hose reel, retractable drop light. Custom cabinets. Custom motor racks, Air conditioning, checkerboard floor, LED lights. 12volt system with charger. It is s triple axle torsion bar trailer. Absolutely turn key There are 69 outboard motors in it. All motors are in perfect running condition. They all have new ignition, carburetors rebuilt and new water pumps and gear cases serviced. All turn key. The motors are run every 6 months. There are 42 oil cans, grease tubes, fishing rods, lights hardware ect. A inventory sheet is available. There are 41 model boats 43 model toy motors and accessories. Most have a original boxes. Boats are from the 1940's, 1950's. They are all in perfect running condition with a percentage that came with lights that operate. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED!
26 Feet 1998 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1998 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout is in excellent condition and features the desirable walk-through configuration between the first and second cockpits. She has been recently varnished and bottom paint refreshed. Powered with the larger, 454cid Crusader fuel injected engine. Interior, chrome, mechanicals, and trailer all in very good condition. This Hacker Craft is ready to enjoy. Name and registration numbers removed in preparation for her next custodian!
35'10" Feet 1933 Robinson Seagull Commuter
"Isabella" is an undisputed Queen of the Water, a stylish, well-kept and top-notch nearly 90-year-old. She is also one of three John Hacker-designed commuters. In the 1930s, she ran from Mt. Clemens, Michigan, to downtown Detroit, carrying her then-owner to work. At the start of World War II, she was commandeered by the US Navy to assist in the border patrol efforts and patrolled from Mackinac Island to Detroit. When I found her in 1983, she still had a gun mount on the front deck and a big siren on the roof. (I gave the siren to a friend. He turns it on when the Detroit Red Wings score a goal.) I purchased her at auction in 1983 and was bidding against a junk dealer at a time when old wooden cruisers were often burned. "Isabella" was lucky to have landed in the yard with my boat repair business. I'm her third owner, and luckily we were all carpenters. The bottom is your speedboat style, solid and 80-90% original. The riveted oak construction has kept it in excellent shape. The rest of the boat is African mahogany. She can run with the top on as a tri-cabin motor yacht, or with the top of off as a runabout .Robinson boats were deemed the Stradivarius of boats. I've kept her in a boathouse, under cover for her entire life. Paint and varnish are all fresh. She wins every show, not because of me, but because her lines, craftsmanship and provenance speak to it all.
38 Feet 2004 Rumery Boat Yard Day Cruiser
Designed and built by Rumery's Boat Yard of Biddeford, Maine in 2004, this classic Day Cruiser features an attractive canoe-stern and functional layout. A seaworthy and comfortable design, the Rumery 38 has a 9 foot beam, carries up to 8 for a day cruise, and can accommodate 2 adults and children overnight if desired. This example is in excellent condition and has only seen 460 hours of run time since new. Her Yanmar Diesel engine is quiet and reliable, pushing the hull up to 30 miles per hour with ease. Comes complete with a BRAND NEW Palm Beach Trailer, Inc. custom triple axle bunk trailer.
32' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Vintage Express Cruiser
This boat is in emaculate condition. It just won a 2nd place overall trophy for "Best in Class" at Keels and Wheels in Seabrook, Texas. Please refer to the following web site for pricing, photos and additional information. https://www.galatiyachts.com/yachts/details/2780800/1957/chris-craft/32-vintage-express-cruiser/
30 Feet 1986 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1986 Hacker Craft has been meticulously maintained since her restoration and features a full factory replacement bottom. The restoration was completed in 2011 and the boat has been used sparingly since that time. New deep rudder, 17x19 4-blade propeller, 4600 RPM @ WOT. Traditional triple cockpit design with integrated cooler in intermediate deck. All chrome and upholstery in excellent condition. Mahogany floors and engine compartment lining. Cockpit floors have custom carpet inserts to protect varnished floorboards. Snap-on cockpit covers included as well as a full dust cover. Matching lines, fenders, and trailer all included.
19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Racer
1937 19' Chris Craft Racer stretched to 21' by Wayne Mocksfield in 1997 to include new 5200 bottom, new decks, frames, transom, and topsides. Modified with custom rolled decks, rear cockpit windshield, leather interior and Cal Connell Cadillac 300 hp V8. Cover and like new Vantage aluminum tandem trailer. Fast combined with superb craftsmanship all in excellent condition.
26 Feet 1926 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit
This immaculate Chris Craft Triple had a complete restoration in 2000 by Muller Boat Works, replacing all wood, hull sides and decks, and a west-system no soak epoxy bottom. It received a new leather interior, re-chromed hardware, and restored 648cid 150hp Kermath engine. The Kermath is 99% original. The boat has only had two seasons in the water and received two professionally applied coats of varnish in 2021. Turn key and ready to go on a tandem axel trailer.
26 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Upswept
Completely restored from the bottom up in 2017 with a west-system epoxy bottom and all new replaced wood on hull sides and decks, new leather interior, re-chromed hardware, and updated Crusader 454. This essentially brand new Upswept Triple is turn key and ready to go on a beautifully fitted Windsor steel trailer. Restored by Muller Boat Works, this boat won Best In Show at the Lake Winnipesaukee Boat Show. Last in the water in 2021!
42 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commodore
In 1955 Chris Craft manufactured only forty four boats of this Commodore class 42 model. The offered vessel is number # 10 which was registered with USCG in 1955 as the M/V Mercedes. It is believed to be 1 of 3 left in existence. The Mercedes was manufactured in 1955 and delivered to Seattle (Lake Union/Lake Washington) where she has been moored her entire life. Purchased from The first family around 1976 and owned by the same family ever since the Mercedes has been a common site cruising and exploring the San Juan Islands. The boat has had 3 generations on board creating memories that will stand the test of time. This does makes it tough for the family to part with her! The boat has been fresh water stored its entire existence and kept inside a boathouse safe from the elements. Repowered with Perkins Diesels (1900 hours) and lovingly cared for throughout its ownership the boat exudes class and style. From the decks, to the fasteners, to the hull, right down to the vintage refrigerator, no expense was spared in keeping this boat pristine through the years. The boathouse is also for sale. The buyer of the M/V Mercedes gets first right of refusal to purchase the boathouse under a separate agreement. The boathouse is located in Ballard area of Seattle by the locks. Long term moorage lease is also available for the boathouse. Survey just completed with haul out performed 4/2021 with new bottom paint.
25 Feet 1934 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
A stunning, award winning Chris-Craft, “One of a Kind” is a fully restored runabout in Bristol condition. The powerful Scripps engine was rebuilt and detailed, and runs well. The hardware is complete, finish is flawless, and upholstery done in the factory color and pattern. Restored by renowned Connecticut restorer, Jim Murdock, this boat was awarded “Best of Show” at the Antique Boat Museum followed by “Best on the River”. The boat has been used and well-maintained since, and is complete with custom trailer and cover.
30 Feet 2017 Belle Isle Bearcat Replica
This boat is an exact “replica” of a 1925 Belle Isle Super Bearcat – 30’ foot triple cockpit runabout. There are FOUR “original” 1925 - 30’ footers known to exist. This boat is a fifth “tribute” boat. The boat is constructed of “all new” Honduras mahogany with “real ebony-wood” inlay in the deck seams. It comes with 95% of the hardware and a cradle that fits the boat. The boat is waiting to be stained the color choice of the new owner. The hard work is done. Now, it’s a matter of assembly, finishing, varnishing, etc. Note: Price reflects a substantial discount from owners investment to build the boat and bring it to its current state. Dare to own something a little different. You won’t see many like this one on your lake.
38 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter
This 1929 38-foot Chris-Craft Commuter, Hull Number 5027, may be the best preserved original 38 Commuter that exists. It has always been kept in a boathouse and kept under cover. It has all of it’s original equipment including dual helm controls with a forward steering station in the open forward cockpit ahead of the cabin. All controls are complete, as well as a rare forward canopy and a sliding Navy top. The lineage and provenance of the boat can be traced back to the beginning when it was sold from the factory to Lake Winnipesaukee. After spending nearly all of her life on the lake, she was sold to her current owner who has restored various aspects of her. Originally powered by a Chris Craft A-70 and then later repowered by a Scripps 302 which remained in the boat through the 1970's. There is currently no engine, opening up the option for a powerplant. Photos are recent and reflective of the current condition. Much work has been completed including refastening of the bottom and replacement of the front deck and cabin top. She has been well-kept indoors. This is a worthy and attainable project that can be completed by her next custodian in a matter of months. [Price reduced to $79,900 by a motivated seller - any reasonable offer will be entertained!]
29'6" Feet 2018 Riva-Reets Replica
This boat was built by Reetsboat Works in NY. The lines are taken loosely from a Riva Super Aquarama and measures a little over 29'. If you want to own a Riva at half the cost and with better stronger construction this is your boat. The bottom is a triple layer cold molded bottom with each layer being 7/8" thick and is protected by Carbon Fiber Kevlar. Sides and Decks are mahogany. Engines are barely broken in. Bow Thruster and Stern Thruster make this boat easy to drive and dock!! This boat was used in Lake George NY in 2019 and stored since. This is a turn key boat with great style and incredible craftsmanship. Sits on a custom built tri axle trailer that is the same year as the boat.
42 Feet 1968 Trojan Motor Yacht
This 1968 Trojan has been comprehensively restored and a recent survey describes her to be in "Bristol" condition. Repowered with twin 454 Crusader engines and very low hours since completed. Well equipped and maintained.
55 Feet 1966 Baglietto Ischia Cruiser
Only 13 of this model were ever built. Custom built in Italy. Her hull is double planked African mahogany.
30 Feet 1956 Chris Craft El Captain Cruiser
1956 30' Chris Craft El Captain #143 of #144 twin gas screw mahogany wood cabin cruiser with original hardtop has undergone a complete restoration which includes total rebuild of her original Hercules M 130 HP engines. Fitted with new Jabsco electric marine toilet with macerating pump and 40 gallon holding tank. She carries 30 gallons of fresh water. The galley has original sinks with hot & cold running water, the original ice box converted to new refrigeration system. A new 5 gallon hot water heater and a new Marine Aire Heat and A/C system installed during restoration. A Force 10 Propane 3 burner cooktop with oven. A new Xantrex Freedom 458 Inverter/Charger with automatic charge for engine and house batteries, also a solar panel installed to trickle charge the system. Cockpit sports new Garman Phantom 18 Radar and Garman GPSMAP 1242 touch screen navigation system. New SeaWatch Marine TV/FM Antenna. All new custom upholstery and custom aft and side curtain with isenglass. Mahogany and all brite work is in pristine condition and meticulously maintained. Recent marine survey available.
26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Model 7 Upswept Triple Cockpit Runabout
The first of the true production Chris Craft models, the 26' Triple is one of the most desirable and iconic prewar runabouts. This 1929 Model-7 is very well documented and has been under single ownership for several decades. Originally delivered to Torch Lake, MI, she was owned by an attorney and quickly gained a reputation for being the fasted boat on the lake. She had 2 subsequent owners and stayed in the area until 1977. She was purchased by her current owner in the late 1980's and a full, correct restoration was completed on the boat with preservation in mind. In spite of her age, the boat spent much time in storage and her original wood was in excellent condition. The original A-70 engine still powers the boat today and she remains in show condition. A custom tandem axle trailer and full waterline cover are included. This boat has been shown and enjoyed. She is ready to go back on the show circuit.
28 Feet 2004 Richard Speas Launch
28' Classic Rum Runner built for a museum by the late Richard Speas. Built of slid Butternut,Oak, Mahogany and Walnut. Has to be seen in person for a true appreciation.
28 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout
1930 28' Sea Lyon with Scripps 202 engine. The boat is in show condition. It went through a full professional restoration in 2016 and is in mint condition as it sits today. During the restoration the boat received a new 5200 bottom with all new wood, The boat wen through a full refinish. All hardware and gauges were restored. new interior and flooring installed. The Scripps engine went through a full rebuild and has very few hours since rebuild. Sea Lyons are known for their level ride and excellent visibility. This is a show ready boat that would be an excellent addition to any collection.
64 Feet 1964 Huckins Seafarer "Ellie Mae"
This 4 stateroom Huckins Seafarer 64 offers comfortable cruising accommodations for 7 guests plus a Captains stateroom. Multiple areas for relaxing and entertaining. The large flybridge is an ideal place to socialize with family and friends, designed to seat 12-15 comfortably. The enclosed bridge deck has cross conversational seating being open to the lower helm and offers 360 degree visibility for breathtaking panoramic views while underway. The spacious cockpit offers additional lounge space, and hatch access to engines and generator.
35 Feet 1932 C.A. Morse Trawler
This is a beautiful cruising boat. She is in exceptionally good condition cruising the Chesapeake Bay area, circumnavigating lower half of Florida and traveling the Bahamas and Abacos. Built 1932, massively rebuilt with a complete new bottom including the keel, stem, frames and planking. A new 100 HP John Deere main engine and 7.5 kw Yanmar Generator were installed new along with all new wiring and plumbing. Launched restored in 1992. Constructed by C.A. Morse in Thomaston, Maine she is very good in a seaway. Loaded with character, she has the original wood burning Shipmate Stoves. A practical cruising boat with large capacity icebox style fridge and freezer. She can sleep four with one pullout double berth. Water capacity is 250 gal, fuel is 250 gal and she burns about three gal/hr of diesel. I have owned her for 40 years and am ready to pass on her legacy to a discriminating fine vintage yacht owner.
21 Feet 2011 Clarion Gentlemen's Racer
The unfinished basic hull was purchased by the owner from Clarion boat manufacture in Canada. The boat was then finished in honduron mahogany and outfitted with all power fittings in a style representative of the 1930’s. The engine and transmission where completely rebuilt at the time of the build. The gauges are new from classic instruments and the speedometer runs off gps and records miles or km. The boat responds well in handling and is quick out of the water and stable at all speeds
70 Feet 1937 American Car & Foundry Yacht
This American Car & Founbdry boat is believed to be the largest remaining boat from this builder. It is constructed of oak, teak and mahogany and reflects the elegance of a bygone era. She has an intersting career as she owned for mnay years by Jett Williams, the daughter of Hank Williams. In 1942 the US Navy took possession of the boat and used her as a shore patrol vessel along the East Coast searching for submarines and enemy vessels. Logs from this time period are with the boat. The American Car & Foundry Company of Wilmington, Delaware was formed by the merger of 13 smaller, competing railroad car companies and steel companies. The boat has undergone siginficant work in recent yuears including replacmeent of rub rails, skirt boards, and some planks whioch contained dteriration. Sh ehas received 5 coats of primer over the entire port and starboard sides above the waterline and the result is that she is water ready.
28 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Super Semi Enclosed
Fully restored 28' Chris Craft Super Semi Enclosed. One of 12 Built in 1950. This boat has had extensive bottom frames and plank replacement. The exterior was stripped to bare wood and refinished. The interior wood was also refinished along with the flooring. All new interior cushions were installed. An aft curtain from the hardtop to the flooring was made. A new custom dash was installed. All gauges, chrome, wiring, gas tank, the hard top, and more were done during the restoration. Both M engine went through a full rebuild and have very low hours since. The boat comes on a custom tandem axle trailer that was made for the boat.
30 Feet 1962 Forest Johnson Prowler
Very few of these iconic Forest Johnson Prowlers are still known to exist to this day. This boat was built in 1962 and has been under one owner for the last 20 years. During that time it has been in the cool fresh water of the St. Lawrence River and under the watchful eye of a well known wooden boat restoration company. The hull is sound, the chrome is perfect and the upholstery is without rips or tears or stains. The engines were rebuilt about 3 years ago and since that time they have only had about 50 hours put on them. The package is complete with a triple tandem axle trailer custom fitted for the boat. These Prowlers are known for their strength and speed and this boat is no exception and will easily achieve speeds of 50 MPH.
33 Feet 1996 Gar Wood Baby Gar Race Boat
A faithful reproduction of Gar Wood's Race Boat from 1925, Baby Gar IV. The original boat was made famous by racing against the Twentieth Century Limited Train from Albany to New York City. It was built in Brant Lake, NY using modern construction methods, including an epoxy bottom and cold molded planking over oak frames. She is powered with a Liberty Vimalert V-12 engine with a displacement of 1650 cubic inches, coupled to a Capital transmission, very similar to the original power package. This design was the result of a collaboration of Chris Smith and Gar Wood, who worked together on the design of these racing boats at that time. Baby Gar IV was the last one built during their time together.
30 Feet 1987 Serenella Venetian Water Taxi
This is a very beautiful water taxi which has found its way over here to North America. The boat has JUST come through a complete, thorough and total restoration and is now being offered in show condition needing only a new captain. These boats make perfect tour boats and are ideal for transporting any number of people in a variety of weather conditions. Traveling in this boat will bring anyone back to Venice and let them imagine gliding down the canals.
29' Feet 1926 Rochester Triple Cockpit Runabout
"Mr. Benny" is one of three 29' Rochesters known to exist. Restored by Wayne Mocksfield in N.J. and shown extensively in the Northeast. Her engine, chrome, leather and varnish in excellent condition. Built by Rochester Boat & Engine of Rochester N.Y., she is a very rare addition to any collection. This is a fast Gentleman's Runabout of yesteryear. It is powered by a Scripps 12 Cylinder engine which is good solid shape and offers lots of power. The Scripps engines were built with bakalite cam gears, this owner replaced them with aluminum - nice upgrade. The DD5 carbs look original outside for show but the guts are Holly 500 CFM 2 barrel . The original DD5's on the Scripp's were prone to flood and create a possible fire hazard. The boat has gorgeous green leather upholstery and has been completely restored and rebuilt. Full cover, galvanized tandem with brakes and all flag poles present.
43 Feet 1903 Matthews Cruiser
It was custom built for Mr Packard of Packard Automobiles . It cruised with many famous guests aboard on Chautauqua Lake , NY. Eg Thomas Edison, Henry Firestone, Henry Ford, SC Justice Robert Jackson, President Franklin Roosevelt,and President Bill Clinton.
23 Feet 1979 Streblow Utility
This boat well appointed boat was updated and redone by the late builder, Randy Streblow. It's in immaculate condition, completely refinished, new upholstery, new style swim platform with spring loaded ladder, Sterling series gauges that are recessed into the new custom mahogany dash board, stereo and full waterline cover. The engine is the original Chrysler 440 ci big block, 330hp. This beautiful boat is ready to enjoy right away!
26 Feet 1956 Chris-Craft Continental
This rare, beautiful Continental is one of the few twin engine Continentals that Chris-Craft produced. Powered with a pair of Hercules ML 6 cylinder flatheads. It has the Chris-o-matic hydraulic shift. The boat is completely original and it just spent the entire winter being stripped and refinished with 13 coats of varnish. Comes with custom built Phoenix trailer with custom fitted bunks & disc brakes. Full mooring cover included
22 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Runabout
Model 22-30 Runabout from first production year. This is the 14th built according to sources and the 3rd oldest known to exist. She was sold new by Fitzgerald & Lee of Alexandria Bay, NY. She was comprehensively restored on the west coast by one of the best in the business. Ready for evening cocktail cruises, or take it on the ACBS show circuit; this is one of the finest 22 footers we have seen. New West System no-soak bottom, new sides, new decks, engine entirely rebuilt from the crankshaft out, converted to 12V for easy starting. Complete with full cover and custom fitted trailer.
26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Fully restored, boathouse kept since. Upswept decks with 99% original wood, all original hardware - most re-chromed. Original fish tail gauge cluster; Klum switch. Traditional bottom; two new, 30-gallon gas tanks; dual batteries with switch. Custom green leather seats and cushions with kapok filling and spring construction seats. Includes hard-to-find vintage convertible top with new fabric. Varnish and bottom paint refreshed in 2022 - ready to show and enjoy!
30 Feet 2008 Peter Freebody Victorian Launch
This piece of elegance is a Victorian Launch made by Peter Freebody of England. The boat is a one of a kind launch with bronze hardware made from casting ties from the 1800's. It is not a replica but influenced by 3 other launches incorporating the best from each boat. The boat was custom built and shipped to the original and current owner. The boat has twin helm steering stations and wired with a sound system. It is powered by 8 gel cell batteries which will provide 6 hours of use on a single charge. The boat features an enclosed area as well as fringed canopy over the bow area.The boat has been extremely well cared for and all aspects of the boat were handcrafted from teak and powered by twin Electric Motors. The boat features hand wood carvings throughout the boat and is in excellent condition.
19 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Custom
This unique “Custom Runabout” (produced from 1935 to 1938) was the only year produced with each cockpit dimensionally identical. This “Custom” was professionally restored from bow to stern, including bottom and transom frame replacement. The bottom was restored utilizing traditional methods, with the exception of a new material replacing the canvas between the inner and outer planks. The complete deck was replaced and 90% of the freeboard planking was restorable. The instruments are original and were restored by Clawson Classic Instruments. All the “Custom’s” hardware (brass and stainless steel) was restored and polished. The original steering wheel was replaced with and a banjo style wheel. The original model “LC” 128hp was replaced with a rebuilt Chevy 350, 285hp.engine. The boat wiring was replaced meeting ABYC standards. This “Custom” does not require any pre-swelling and is a 50 MPH runner. The boat is also in the water now and can be shown at any time.
24 Feet 1955 Greavette Streamliner
One of Greavette's most iconic models, the Streamliner was produced in limited numbers from the late 1930's until the early 1960's. Designed by Doug Van Patten, the model featured stunning curvature, elaborate exposed framework, and traditional Muskoka egg crate flooring. This 1955 double cockpit model has been nicely restored and well maintained. The bottom was replaced in 2015 and a detailed list of restoration and maintenance history is available. The boat was repowered in 2018, with an inter-cooled 5.7 litre fuel injected Mercruiser horizon engine that only has about 2 hours of use and is under warranty until October 2019. The boat also includes a new tandem axle galvanized trailer. This Streamliner is in excellent condition and ready to enjoy this season!
26 Feet 1927 Clive Brown Long Deck Launch
One of Muskoka's premier builders, Clive Brown built a number of the area's finest custom boats over a 30 year period. This 26 foot launch is a fairly early example of his work and demonstrates is astute attention to detail and quality of craftsmanship. The boat has been maintained to a high degree with much work completed between 2013 and 2015 - more detail available. A traditional Muskoka-style launch perfect for entertaining or rounding out a discerning collection. A 4 cylinder Chris Craft model B engine was installed in 2017, drives smoothly through the water at about 20 mph. The cockpit has seating for 6 and a navy top and boat also includes a custom fitted aluminum trailer. Motivated seller - this boat would be perfect to round out a serious collection!
23 Feet 2021 Continental Powerboats Super Primera 23
The Continental Super Primera 23 is “The New American Classic” as it was designed to embrace many of the characteristics and qualities of the classic wooden vessels of the 1950’s – 1960’s, brought up to today’s standards, with great options and the ever important exhaust rumble. The Continental brand is deeply influenced by the classic Rivas, Chris Crafts and Century’s, as well as many automotive styling cues. A unique feature of Continental is that the client can customize his/her Super Primera 23 to fit their personal tastes and wants, and that includes color. I’m hard pressed to find a builder who can offer that unique aspect anywhere close to our price point; this certainly allows the client to have a one-of-a-kind vessel. We vow no two Continentals will ever be built the same nor will they ever be mass-produced. Due to the unique custom-build nature of Continentals, we offer limited build slots every year as a way of maintaining uniqueness and high quality standards.
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket
Show ready boat that we can guarantee will turn heads. This is the first time this boat has been restored to 100% accurate including the factory correct plaid interior. It also has a 5200 bottom. It is powered by a Model K 95HP Flat Head 6 Cylinder Engine and ready to go
29 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Express Cruiser
This is a one of a kind (last boat left). Total re build .all original parts. Won hessel Michigan 1st ln show.won many other 1st awards. Always boat house kept . Owner age reason for sale . Owner saw boat when he was 6years old .bought boat when he was in his 60s. He is person who had rebuild done.boat is a real head turner. One of a kind. This boat is a 5 year total restoration 80% of the wood was replaced. Everything on the boat has been redone or replaced. She has full canvas including a top to bootstripe mooring canvas. This is a true classic and just may be the last of it kind. This boat has always been boathouse kept.
30 Feet 1929 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This Hacker-Craft triple was purchased new in 1929 by a Manhattan Episcopalian bishop at the New York City Boat Show. She remained on Lake George, NY until 1989, when purchased by renowned wooden boat aficionado Mark Mason of Lake Winnipesaukee. She was subsequently purchased by Alan Jackson and at 74 years old went through a 3-year professional restoration. Will O' The Wisp is now arguably one of the nicest 30-foot Hackers in the world! Her current owner is making room in his collection for another Hacker Triple.
21'6 Feet 2017 Clarion GR21 Hughes Edition
This is the last GR-21 Gentleman’s Racer hull produced by Clarion Boats. Linrich Upholstery and Marine completed the performance package, interior and finishing to produce the Hughes Edition. This racer features Mercury’s newest 6.2L 350ECT engine that is certified with the “Super Ultra Low Emission” that allows it to be used in the environmentally controlled lakes of California. The multiport fuel injection aggressively accelerates the GR21 to a top speed without any delay or hull bounce. The Digital Throttle and Shift combined with Mercury’s new Vesselview touch screen give the driver full instrumentation with GPS Navigation and bottom depth plotting. European inspired interior features adjustable bucket seats and a rear bench that comfortably seats four. The cold molded mahogany hull is completely epoxy sealed making the boat incredibly strong, light and entirely watertight. This package comes with a custom built tandem trailer and a custom made trailering/mooring cover, all colour matching. If you are looking for a stylish racer that has the performance and features of a modern sports car, this Clarion will impress!
26 Feet 1930 Hacker Designed triple cockpit Runabout Built by Hutchinson
1930, 26 ft. Triple Cockpit Runabout, designed by John Hacker and custom-built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, NY. The Honduras mahogany deck and side planks are cut book-match so that the grain is mirrored from the king-plank to the covering boards and down the sides. A 5200 new bottom was installed using Hacker’s original design, with double planked Honduras mahogany at 45 degrees on the inner hull and fore to aft on the outer planks. The bottom has new stringers made of vertical grain Douglas fir and new frames, chines, battens, knees and a new keel, forefoot and stem. The hull and decks were stripped to bare wood and newly stained to the original color. The sides and deck are original wood and fastened with the original cooper roves (sides) and bronze screws (deck). The gas tank is new. The original interior gauges were cleaned and refurbished to exact working order. The interior leather, to match the original shade and texture, was replaced. The engine, a 1957 Chrysler Hemi 325 HP was completely rebuilt. The cylinders were re-bored and the rods, etc. were replaced with state of the art equipment. A MSD electronic ignition was installed. Since rebuild the engine has less than 50hrs. The OTHER WOMAN, first named “Kit” is in excellent condition, and has maintained its antique status. She has won many awards, most recently Best Hutchinson and People’s Choice at the Antique Boat Museum’s 52nd Annual Boat Show. She has also been featured in numerous magazine articles and books, including a book by James Barry called “Hackercraft” first published in 2002. Original documentation on this boat is available, including the first registration, early pictures, restoration work pictures, engine re-built pictures, etc.
26 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
The 26' Chris Craft was restored in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. The gauges were done by Clawson Instruments are all in good working order. The boat is also equipped with a bow thruster to assist in docking in windy or challenging conditions. New gas tank, hopped up exhaust systems and all the chrome is great condition. The boat does not leak a drop but has not been in the water since 2015.
24 Feet 1956 Greavette Streamliner S-Cockpit
The iconic and beautiful, Canadian-built Greavette Streamliner. One of the most collectable Canadian classics and regarded for its grace and unique design. Elegant craftsmanship and beautiful lines; this 1956 24 foot model was comprehensively restored in 1995 and very well maintained since. She was repowered at the time of restoration with a new Crusader V8 engine for performance and reliability. Desirable S-cockpit configuration allows for an easy pass-through between cockpit areas. A recent custom canvas cover is also included!
25'6 Feet 1941 Gar Wood Custom Runabout
Only 2 of these 25'6 Triple Cockpit Custom Runabouts were built in 1941 making it an exceptionally rare boat. 1937-1941 marked Gar Wood's true "design perfection", building some of the most beautiful boats in production and setting a standard for all other competitors. With heavily crowned decks, rounded covering boards, and pronounced bow flare, the 1941 models are unmistakable. This example has been meticulously restored and is powered by a Scripps V-12 engine; one of the most expensive marine engines of the time. This "trophy fleet" model is ready to be enjoyed by a discerning collector.
27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking
The Viking is regarded as one of the most spectacular boats to come out of Herb Ditchburn's factory. Fine Canadian craftsmanship, astute attention to detail, and a design spawned from the success of Ditchburn's trophy fleet of Rainbow raceboats. Only 7 Ditchburn Vikings exist today and it is very rare for one to become available for sale. This example bears hull #5 and was originally purchased by the Toronto Harbor Police as a high speed pursuit vessel. She was factory equipped with a fire suppression system safety system and fireproof panels lining the engine compartment. Her original Kermath engine has been restored and is sold with the boat. She currently sports modern power. The boat was saved and restored on the West coast, but now resides in her original home of Muskoka.
40 Feet 1930 Luders Commuter Yacht
This is a beautiful double stateroom Commuter Yacht with a completely rebuilt engine, repainted and varnished last year. She is boathouse kept year around. Forward stateroom has a large enclosed head with hot and cold running water, hanging locker & chest of drawers, and 4 berths. The aft stateroom has 2 berths, hanging locker and enclosed head.The galley has been updated and the icebox converted to 120 volts. She cruises at 12 knots burning only 2 1/2 gallons an hour. She is a beautiful yacht, reminiscent of the Wall Street Commuters of the 1920's and early 1930's.
50' Feet 1968 Stephens Bros Boat Builders
1968 Stephens, custom built, pilot house cruiser. 50' length, 17' beam and 4.5' draft. Two new 350 hp Iveco turbo charged diesel engines, only 600 hrs since new. An Onan 10 kw diesel generator. Mahogany hull and interior finishes, very clean, no rot.Full galley, with full size fridge and freezer, propane stove and oven. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeps eight. Diesel furnace, hot water heat, plus electric and a wood stove. We have very comfortably lived on the boat for the past five years.
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
Boat was completely restored/rennovated in 2015/16. Only the best craftmanship and materials were utilized. Includes fore and aft water thrusters on joystick controls, vintage style instruments from Classic Instruments, all new interior, chrome, new custom trailer, and much much more. Own a true American Classic but drive a new age hightech machine. A restomod with all the bells and whistles.
26 Feet 1912 Fay & Bowen Launch
This 26 Foot Special Wide Launch is one of the finest examples of a restored Fay & Bowen. All of the hardware is triple, plated brass including the shaft, strut, rudder, prop and exhaust. The original engine was removed long ago and replaced with a 45 HP Gray Marine 4 cylinder phaeton engine, which was totally rebuilt. Because of the weight reduction the boat now rides a little higher and dryer. The original gas tank was replaced with a new aluminum tank. The boat has 17 coats of varnish which completes the look.
26 Feet 1962 Riva Tritone Aperto
A proven Show Winner and a gorgeous Series 1 Riva Tritone. It has fresh sides, deck, a new bottom and new upholstery. The engines have also been rebuilt and offer strong performance. The Aperto models had the open sun pad configuration and was the impetus and the precursor for the Aquarama model. Only 17 of these Tritone Aperto models were built and only a few made it to the North American market. Boat very low hours. The boat is very correct and would score high at any boat show. Comes complete with a full mooring cover and a custom fitted tandem axel trailer.
28 Feet 1992 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Single-owner, beautiful example of the popular 28 foot triple cockpit runabout. Based on the classic 1940s Gar Wood designs, this boat is ready to be enjoyed by a new family. Excellent condition all around with low engine hours, two new impellers, new belts, an 80 gallon gas tank, and lots of power waiting to push her up on plane.
48 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Commuter
Hull #1 of only five 48 foot Commuter models built by Chris Craft. One of two remaining. Inspired by the success of the 38 foot Commuter, the 48 foot model was Chris Craft's impressive flagship model of the motor yacht fleet. Built to provide her owner with rapid high speed transportation, Allez was capable of speeds up to 30mph and could taxi 30 passengers. Equipped with all of the amenities of home, including a galley, salon area, forward and stern staterooms, and ample entertaining area. Allez is the original prototype and exact boat featured in Chris Craft's sales literature. She was displayed at the 1930 New York City and Miami boat shows prior to her first ownership. Imagine touring Allez in 1930 while Chris Craft's salesman demonstrated the boat's elaborate sliding screen mechanism for the forward cabin, crank windows, salon radio, and other features never before-seen in the luxury boating realm. Allez is a very significant part of motor yachting history. She has been painstakingly restored and is ready for her next caretaker. This is the first time the boat has been offered for sale on the open market since 1976.
27 Feet 1953 Shepherd Express Cruiser
This amazing craft has been [painstakingly restored and is Hull # 13 in the first series of 27 Foot Shepherds built with a 9 foot 6 inch beam. The twin Hemi engines were just overhauled including the Chrysler V- Drive transmissions. The sides have been refastened and the bottom is in solid overall condition. 15 coats of Epiphane varnish complete the boat along with a windlass, a custom built mahogany swim platform and bubinga and teak grating on the floor in the boat. A proven Show Winner that's cores very high and sold with a full weather max waterline cover.
38 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter
Chris Craft introduced its 38 foot Commuting Cruiser in November of 1928. Its debut was at the National Boat Show in New York the following January where the entire years production of 47 was sold out on the first day. They would go on to be known as Wall Street Commuters as the Captains of Industry moved daily from their homes on Long Island to New York Harbor each day for work. This particular model was delivered originally to Lake Tahoe and has remained there all of its life. After many years of careful stewardship, constant upkeep and ongoing maintenance it is now being offered for sale. The boat enjoys a 5200 no soak bottom and a modern Mercruiser engine which powers the boat nicely.
26 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Custom Cruiser
A rare and unique 26 Foot Gar Wood Custom Cruiser built in 1936. This model one of only 34 made and was number 32 of 34 in the series. The boat was originally delivered to Cleveland, Ohio in 1936. New lumber bottom to top with a West System bottom, all new wiring. A bow thruster assist the driver in docking. It has had several fresh coats of varnish recently and has a rebuilt Chevy engine offering 200HP. It is a solid 28 MPH boat.
29.5 Feet 1928 Hacker Craft Company Dolphin Deluxe
1928 29' 6" HACKER CRAFT CO Dolphin Deluxe.There are runabouts, and there are Hackers. No other wooden boat builders have enjoyed over a century of acclaim and accomplishment, as have the American craftsmen at Hacker Boat Company. For generations, Hacker Craft mahogany runabouts have ruled the waterways from Lake Tahoe to Long Island Sound. GAD-A-BOUT is an immaculate, triple-cockpit representation of the gilded era of wooden boats, when massive gas engines were squeezed into luxurious speedboats to thrill the elite - royalty, titans of industry, and Hollywood celebrities - with speed and exhilaration. The sleek mahogany speedsters were introduced into a world of recreational boating that up and to then had been a staid, slow-paced world of rowing boats, steam-powered launches, and spartan sailing craft. Boating was never to be the same. With the gleaming, varnished mahogany, the nickel chrome hardware, and the plush, multiple seating areas these double and triple cockpit runabouts transformed the pleasure boating market, and numerous builders sprung up to sate the nation's quest for speed and performance. Renowned names like Dodge, Chris Craft, Gar Wood began building runabouts, often as a result of speedboat racing success, but none ever reached the pinnacle of craftsmanship and perfection that John Hacker did. To possess a luxury item from a storied era nearly a century ago, in this high level of condition, is a rare opportunity. Stutz Bearcat motorcars, Piaget watches, Erte paintings, Frank Lloyd Wright homes, Hacker runabouts - all conjure up memories and images of the best artisans a time period, long-passed, had to offer. One does not merely possess such priceless artifacts, one serves in stewardship for the next generation to treasure and enjoy. GAD-A-BOUT is turn-key, and ready to cut a wake and turn heads wherever her next dock and waterway await her.
21 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 21A Split Cockpit Runabout
One of the rarest and most elegant examples of Horace Dodge's boatbuilding history - the model 21A features a sleek sheerline, dual folding v-windshields, Duesenberg steering wheel, and Cord shifter. Approximately 5 of these 21A models are known to exist today and this is one of two known to exist with its original Lycoming 125hp straight-8 engine! Purchased from a private collection where the boat had been stored for 40 years. Originally purchased and used in the Muskoka region of Ontario. She has recently gone through a comprehensive 4,000 hour restoration and is absolutely stunning!
63 Feet Baia Express Cruiser
This 63 Foot Baia Azurra is very well maintained, super clean and kept to a very high standard. She is in turn condition, ready to go and should survey out very well. Refit Arneson drives, new cushions and upholstery set off a fresh look to the boat. Two stateroom, two head layout with a large well appointed salon with new carpeting. A full electronics package, bow thruster, generator and radar, plotter for appropriate navigation. A very large swim platform and seating for twelve on the aft deck. This boat has iot all and is ready for inspection at any time.
1957 Sailing Vessel built in Brittany France
Built as a fishing vessel in 1957 designed for sail, Jean de la Lune was later fitted with an engine, sold to a diving school and taken across the Atlantic to the Caribbean. Brought back to the Scottish Isles JDL worked for over 20 years as a Sail Training Vessel taking trainees and charter guests for holiday trips and corporate functions alike. Today beautifully restored to her former glory JDL offers 25 berths in 11 cabins and holds UK registration for up to 40 persons onboard.
24 Feet 1949 Greavette Sheerliner Sedan
Built by Greavette Boatworks of Gravenhurst in 1949, this Sheerliner Sedan model is absolutely gorgeous! Only 20 hours of use since here comprehensive restoration. New 5200, no-soak bottom, beautiful brightwork and refreshed chrome throughout. Unlike many other sedans, this boat features a hard-chine, planing bottom design which means she will get up and go! The perfect cruising boat, and quick enough to get you back to the dock when the wind kicks up. She has been repowered with a 350cid Mercruiser engine w/velvet drive transmission. Complete with hand-knotted rope fenders to match the original-look.
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.
30 Feet 2010 Fred Heim Mahogany Offshore Sports Runabout
The Patriot is a 30’ all new custom-built offshore sports runabout. The hull is a 3 aerated step design, cold mold West system, constructed using one layer of ¼ Ocume marine grade plywood with Honduras mahogany planking on exterior. Framing consists of mahogany. Decks are stained mahogany, west system (no screws). Finish is stained light mahogany. It is fitted with a new GM 540CI, 620HP engine which has a new variable pitch Pulse Drive out unit with a Surface Prop. The interior features vinyl roll and pleated seats for five, Twin Bilge pumps, Stereo Radio, Tonneau and mooring covers. It also has a remote control engine hatch cover.
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.
28 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Purchased from the original owner in Louisville, KY in 1998. Engine and boat was completely refastened and restored from 1998 through to 2001. New varnish applied in 2012. Bottom is excellent and water tight. Restoration by the best, engine done by George Shinn, balanced and blue printed. All original hardware, instrumentation, engine, seat springs, seat frames, bow and stern poles, running lights and lenses. Marine seat leather dyed to original color specification of the boat. All wood framing has matching serial numbers. Engine has added steering wheel choke. Boat is in overall excellent condition and was in the water in summer of 2015.
49 Feet 1971 Motoryacht
This German made version of a Venetian Water Taxi has a pair of new Cummins engines with only 100 hours since install in 2012. very original and correct it will carry many people for your next cocktail party. Accentuated with teak decks the boat has two staterooms and two bathrooms. Battery charger, bow thruster, stern thruster, refrigerator, VHF, depth finder and electric head.
29 Feet 1989 Riva Super Aquarama Special
Since new in 1989 this Riva has had only 3 owners. mechanically this Riva has only 340 hours and has always been cared for by Riva specialists. The boat received a new bottom, re-chroming, engines have been removed and the engine compartment has been repainted. The boat now also has 28 layers of varnish. The boat has always been well maintained and is in mint condition.
70 Feet 1903 Polson Iron Works
This Polson Iron Works Launch was built in 1903 for Mr. Alexander McKenzie. Since then it has been a well recognized feature on the Muskoka Lakes. The boat has been well maintained for many years by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boats and is supported by a recent survey. The boat is powered by a 170 HP Diesel engine which cam propel the boat up to 12MPH. The boat unquestionably is one of the most stately boats today in the Classic boat world and recently was equipped with bow thrusters to make docking a breeze for a boat of this size.
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