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18 Feet 1976 Donzi
This one of kind Donzi in mint condition is a lifetime opportunity to own a highly collectible personalized fresh water Sport Boat. The Chevrolet 350 cc engine with WK Block with 4 Mains, Holley Carburation, HEI Ignition, Glenwood headers & risers, Dominator intake, Corvette cylinder heads and new Holley electric fuel pump relates to it's high speed. Volvo Penta 280 Outdrive with Ni-Brow custom pitch cup propeller. This eye catching light blue and white Donzi has been envied by all on the water for the past 35 years by the current owner.
22 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman
This 22 Sportsman has recently received a new 5200 style bottom. The whole boat has been stripped and refinished. The M engine has had a full rebuild. All the new wiring is done. Custom seats behind the driver and passenger with storage were made. All work was professionally done by a well know restorer and wood boat builder. The boat was just finished from a full bottom up restoration and is ready for the water.
26 Feet 1968 Lyman Sleeper
This Lyman has been in our family for over 30 years and is kept at St. Lawrence Restoration in Clayton, NY. The engine runs great, the bottom will need some work sometime soon. Boat runs great, this was our family boat on the St. Lawrence river and can be yours too! Great for a day on the water or taking the family to dinner. Cuddy cabin with porta potty, new teak swim platform and telescoping ladder. Yours for a song!
26' Feet 1966 Lyman Cruisette
The boat has been in the same family since new in 1966. The engine was rebuilt in 2000 and the hull was painted in 2020. A new transom was put on in 2013 as well as a canvas top. The boat also includes GPS, depthfinder and two anchors. The bottom is in excellent condition and the boat also has a beautiful brand new varnished swim platform. This boat does not include a trailer but transportation can be arranged.
24 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman
Only 149 of these 24 Foot Sporsman's were built bteween the years of 1959 and 1960. This boat is somewhat unique in that it has the twin engine Chris Craft 283's which were rebuilt in 2015. The boat also is offered with a trailer and a popular West System epoxy bottom. The boat received fresh varnish in 2018 and has an updated upholstery. This model of Chris Craft has a stellar reputation for ease of use and handling in rough seas. It is also highly regraded for being a very sociable boat for up to 8 people with ease.
12 Feet 2000 B&H C-Class Hydroplane
Another nice example of a B&H hydro. A design of choice for many stock outboard racers, these are a proven hull that has also gained some collector status. Good condition and retired from competitive racing events.
12 Feet 2010 B&H C-Class Hydroplane
APBA High-Points B&H C-Class Hydroplane champion. Previously raced by Charlie Gonyea. The boat bears the US-1 number after its high-points win for the class and has now been retired. Sold as boat-only.
9 Feet 1940 Jacoby A-Class Hydroplane
This is an original Jacoby Flyaway A-class conventional hydroplane that has been well preserved. Built by Pop Jacoby in NJ, these hulls were very competitive and a design of choice for stock outboard racing. Johnson KR factory racing engine is included. This package is unrestored and the original steering wheel will just need to be reassembled and epoxied to make it a great display piece.
19 Feet 1959 Century Resorter
The boat went through a full bottom up restoration in the mid 80's. All the frame work (ribs, chines, keel, stem, battens and complete transom) in the sides and bottom was replaced with white oak. An inner bottom of cedar was added prior to canvas layer, the outer bottom planking and transom of new Mahogany. The original side planking was reused at this time. The complete boat was refinished along with all new upholstery. The engine was completely rebuilt a year or so after the bottom was put on. The engine is a Chrysler 354 cu. in. Hemi with to four barrel carburetors, also known as a Chrysler M-45 Marine engine that has been fully rebuilt. The boat. Comes with trailer and cover.
23' Feet 1959 Lyman Runabout
She runs ok and is generally in pretty good shape but she will need some work on the keel soon and the motor needs a good going over. A couple of the cleats need to be remounted. Tiny bit of woodwork needed as well. We are selling because we don't have the wherewithal to do the work required to get her running smooth and she'll be happier in someone else's hands.
14 Feet 1958 Penn Yan Commander
This beautiful Penn Yan is ready for the water. The motor has been redone and run this new. Trailer is also 58. Comes with all the extras need to enjoy now.
16 Feet 1962 Lyman Outboard
1962 Lyman 16' lapstrake runabout, hull number 52520 with full bottom up restoration. The exterior and interior were stripped to bare wood and refinished. New keel and stem, with no- soak 5200 bottom. New wood on sides and deck. All new wiring and chrome redone. Boat never kept in water after restoration and lightly used. Full documentation of all work. 1958 Johnson Super Seahorse 35 H.P. Outboard, model RDS-20, Serial number 1776517 with Electric Start. Completely rebuilt from bottom up and professionally refinished. Very few hours on the motor since rebuild. Always used in freshwater. Full documentation of all parts and rebuild work performed on engine. Tee Nee Trailer completely sand blasted to bare metal and refinished. New bearings tires and mint condition. Ready for the road Custom boat storage cover.
34 Feet 1940 Mayea Boat Works
One of two sailboats built by Mayea in 1940. Started a restoration about 15 years ago but job travel requirements..... Manogany planked with steam bent white oak frames, some damaged. Mast and boom are Sitka Spruce and in very good condition. The cabin sides, frame, planking, winches, anchor, rigging, sails and everything removed from the boat have been saved. A picture of the boat can be found a the Mayeaboats.com site. Multimedia, photo galleries, history 1907-1940, screen shot 12.
21 Feet 1989 Checkmate Starflite
Built for my daughter Bridget thus the name "Bridge Over Water". Lifting eye from mid 50's Century restored and installed as both Checkmate and Century use the Horsehead as their logo.
23 Feet 2006 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Barrel Back by Fish Brothers
This 23' Fish Brothers Triple Cockpit has design features reminiscent of the classic barrel back. Modern epoxy construction w/ no-soak bottom. These boats are very easy to own and use. The boat is very clean and ready for the water.
14 Feet 1959 Glasspar Sport Lido
This Glasspar Sport Lido was the first of several recovery and restoration projects for us. We purchased this Lido for $200.00 in a heavily weeded boneyard and set out to restore this piece of history back to its former glory. We stripped the boat down and repaired the transom, fiberglass and replaced the flooring before a full rotisserie paint application. We custom built seating and had them wrapped with all weather fabric and added white piping and new carpeting. This Lido has new gauges and a Lowrance Elite 5 Fish finder along with new lighting, battery and on-board trickle charger. We rebuilt the Johnson Super Sea Horse 40 including the starter, carburetor and spark plugs and added a new keyed ignition. This has been a fun project and we have had several outings with it where it performed great and received many thumbs up! Happy to bring this piece of Glasspar brand history back to life and on the water once again!
19' Feet 1967 Century
This boat has had 2 owners since new. Purchased by the current owner's family in 1977 and used in Michigan before moving to Southern California. Restored a few years ago after it had sat in a garage for many years in storage. Interior was also replaced at this time. It has a new 4 barrel carburetor, cooling system and starter solenoid. Ford FE 427cid engine. Hull has been reinforced with double the ribs and some new planks. All new varnish and paint. Lots of new chrome too. The Pacific trailer has also been restored two years ago. The boat has been water tested last year in fresh water and it runs strong. Bottom soaks up quickly.
21 Feet 1962 Century Coronado Gull Wing
A rare and desirable series of Coronado, the 1962 design featured a sleek Gullwing Hardtop, attractive painted hull accents, tri-tone red/white/black interior, and powerful V8 engine options. This example was the 20th Coronado built in 1962 and has been very nicely restored with a no-soak 5200 bottom, A&A replacement interior, rebuilt 390cid dual quad Cadillac engine, correct red healiner hard top, and all cosmetics redone. The bottom was repainted recently and varnish/paint touched up. She has a custom built Trailmaster tandem axle trailer that fits the boat well and sports 4 new tires. Needs nothing and is ready to enjoy!
17 Feet 1962 Besotes Tahoe Utility
This is a 1962 Besotes Tahoe 17 Foot Utility. The boat is one of 50 known Besotes still in existence of the 200 that were built by the Besotes Brothers of Stockton, California. The boat was ordered with a 327 Chevy engine which runs strong to this day. The boat was fully restored in 2015 including a new deck and transom, new upholstery patterned from the original, new prop and new prop shaft. It retains all of it's original hardware and windshield. It sits on its original Besotes Trailer and has been awarded trophies at ACBS Boat Shows.
16 Feet 1957 Thompson Sea Coaster
This 1957 Thompson Sea Coaster was restored both inside and out and will be sure to turn heads when you are on the water cruising in this wood stunner. The hull is all original 5-Ply Douglas Fir Laps. The laps were inspected, tested, and tight. The hull was then sanded and all bolt fittings were sealed with MarineRX 2-part epoxy to ensure another 70+ years of on-the-water fun. The hull received a full Pettit System paint finish, including three coats of Pettit Marine Primer, four coats of Pettit Topside Above-the-Waterline Gloss Polyurethane and four coats of Pettit Hydrocoat ECO Ablative Antifouling Paint below the waterline. The natural wood finishes on the exterior are mahogany and sealed with three coats of Pettit Flagship Gloss UV Protecting Varnish. The Sea Coaster's interior hull has been sanded and finished with two coats of Smith's Clear Penetrating Epoxy Sealer. The floors are beautiful teak slats that have been sanded and hand-rubbed with teak oil. The seat backs have been sanded and sealed with two coats of Pettit Flagship UV Clear Varnish. The bench seat cushions are made of new open-cell foam and covered with new marine vinyl. The decking brightwork is a mix of original and additional, period-correct hardware. The metal and wood rub rails are all original to the boat. I've added a mahogany rub rail strip and brass nail detail between the top and second lap to protect the lap edge. The windshield frame is solid mahogany and dovetail constructed. All new tempered safety glass was installed this year. New wiring has been run throughout. The motor is a beautifully restored 1956 Kiekhaefer Mercury Mark 30 with electric start and is paired with a 1956 Kiekhaefer Quicksilver mechanical control. No other way to put it, this boat is sexy! The trailer is a Holsclaw Trailer from the 70s
16 Feet 1946 Garwood Ensign
I purchased this classic boat in 2004 from a friend of mine who passed away. It is a 1946 16-foot Garwood utility boat with a Chrysler Ace 6-cycle "L" head engine and an EZ Loader trailer. Since I purchased the boat in 2004, I have put about $8,000 into repairs, restoration, and engine work. The boat has not been in the water since 2014.
1926 Brennan Marine Engine
You are looking at a Brennan Gold Cup Racing Motor from 1927. The engine is 250 HP and was built in Syracuse, New York. Brennan excelled in engines beginning in the early 1900's. This engine likely would have been used in a Gold Cup Racer at the time and would be ideal in a period correct boat.
12' Feet 1955 Handmade Trojan Sportsman
Was moderately successful in its racing class "B" with a Mercury Hurricane motor and could pull up two skiers. My dad built the boat, by hand, when he worked for Trojan Boat Company. They had just stopped building this model, so he brought the jig home and used it to make this boat. He is the original owner and the current owner. I grew up in this boat as the first one our family used until we out grew it.
13 Feet 1954 Peterborough Sport About
This is my 1954 Peterborough “Sportabout” 75th Anniversary cedar strip Deluxe model #1822 built in Peterborough, Ontario. All the hardware, steering and Airguide gauges are period correct. However, the Tach is not working at this time. All original chrome has been re-chromed. The rebuilt outboard is a 1955 Mercury MK 25 Hurricane 18hp with correct Mercury remote shift and throttle controls. Original engine paint color is “Sand Tan” and “Sunset Orange” (red). I have the previous owners restoration receipts for $21,000 CND plus my own costs for the mercury engine, restoration, remote controls, fuel system and many other needed parts. I purchased this boat in Canada and trailered it back to Virginia on the included Calkins trailer with no issues. Very nice trailer. It took 2 years to locate remaining needed parts for the engine, controls, decals, hardware, flags ect. The Hull was restored by “Woodwind Yachts”, a very well known and respected restorer of cedar strip boats in Canada who do beautiful work! This is 1of only 3 "Sportabouts" known to exist and the only one in ACBS. In 2018 the boat won ACBS award “Most Original Boat” at Smith Mountain Lake show. In 2019 I entered the large ACBS Chesapeake Bay show in Saint Michaels, Maryland. The boat not only won “Best Outboard” but also “Best in Show” preserved. It just doesn’t get any better than that! I have clear Virginia titles in my name for the boat and also the trailer.
33 Feet 1952 Hacker Craft Commuter
Very nicely restored 33' Hacker Commuter. The boat went through a full restoration. Many bottom frames were repalnce. The sides and decks were stripped and refinished. The bottom was stripped and sealed, any suspicious wood and frames were replaced. The interior was redone including the flooring. All new wiring and much more were done to the boat. Boat sits on a custom trailer that was made for the boat.
36 Feet 1974 Grand Banks Classic
Stylish classic with great accommodations and craftsmanship. Roomy salon with dinette, settee and inside helm. Guest stateroom forward has 2 single berths and ensuite head. Aft is the master stateroom with a double and single berth and ensuite head with shower. The flybridge helm station provides roomy seating. Vessel is the ideal cruising boat known for its seaworthiness and comfortable ride. She is powered by T-135 HP John Deere 404's with 1500 hours. She cruises at 8.5 knots at 1500 RPM and at cruise burns only 4 GPH.
16 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Utility
1947 Gar Wood Utility Runabout. Hull number 1073. 2nd owner and owned for 35 years. Original Chrysler Ace Marine engine. All original chrome, correct stern light, and hull name emblems. Bow light has glass lights. Meticulously restored including, new stainless gas tank, new exhaust hose and elbow, new glass windshield, rebuilt carburetor, two new deep cycle 6 volt batteries, new battery cabling, 12 volt house converter, new windshield, new 3/4" floors with custom hatches, and rebuilt seat supports. Custom hidden down lights in the front and aft seating areas. Cover is in excellent condition and very well made. I have a lot of documentation, engine manual, correct engine parts, and original pictures of the restorations. Boat is turn key. Trailer is single axle and has new tires. A great running boat and a real head turner.
24 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Utility Sedan
This boat was sold to me on a bill of sale as a 1941 USCG boat. I can't find a data plate, and can't find a production record for this boat; but, it does match the size and lines of a 1934 Family Cruiser. The boat has been stored inside for 70-ish years. The previous owner removed the engine, sent it out to be started (which it did), and it is still on the pallet. There is no interior, which would be consitent with a USCG utility boat, so this might have been built with leftover 1934 Family Cruiser parts for the USCG. That's my guess. The previous owner started to build-out an interior, but didn't get very far and, frankly, it should be removed to install something correct for the period. The hull is totally solid. It's on a trailer which can be sold for $2500, or you can borrow it to move the boat and return it. This is a museum piece, as there can't be many more like it. Act now, this boat should be in the $45000-65000 range in show condition based on comparables.
30 Feet 1979 Fairchild Scout
The Fairchild Scout is a classic plumb bow with a large steering and seating area in the aft. She is perfectly suited for daya nd night cruising. Thuis classic motor yacht was manufactured in Ontario, Canada by Scout Motor Yachts of ONtario. The single engine is very fuel efficient and willc ruise the boat along at 10 MPH. Two fifty gallon stanks will take you 1300 miles. The boat is roomy and comfortable below decks but could use a cosmetic clean up.
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