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Antique Boat America.com is headquartered at 41444 State Route 12 in Clayton, New York, located conveniently by the 1000 Islands Bridge and the village of Clayton. The 20,000 square foot showroom offers the ideal environment to display antique and classic boats for sale and includes well known manufactures such as Chris Craft, Century, Garwood, Ditchburn, Riva, Dodge, Hacker, Hutchinson, Shepherd, Lyman and others.
We are located only minutes from Clayton, The Antique Boat Museum and the Antique and Classic Boat Society headquarters in order to make your visit a complete Antique Boat experience.
Located in the heart of the 1000 Islands, the Showroom offers 85+ boats for sale, allowing potential buyers to see a complete and vast array of boats at one time.
Chris Craft Mahogany Boat Bar
Modeled after a Chris Craft Sportsman, this boat bar is constructed of solid mahogany and is the perfect addition to the wooden boat aficionados "man cave". Outfitted with Chris Craft hardware and complete with a rolling base. Ready for entertaining! The bar measure 5 feet wide, by 2.5 feet deep by 4 feet height. A perfect gift for the holidays.
5.4 HP 1948 Evinrude Zephyr
This beautiful classic outboard motor has been cosmetically restored and would make a great piece in any man cave, restaurant or bar. It is not in running order currently, but could set up to run.
12 Feet Richardson (RILCO) Aqua Craft
Exquisitely maintained Richardson Aqua Craft wooden sailing dinghy with gleaming woodwork and smartly painted rudder and keel board. Comes with two oars, mast and all rigging. Just hoist the sail and away you go! [PRICE REDUCED March 2022!]
13 Feet 1952 Lyman Ideal Tender
Impeccably maintained, sturdy and solid Lyman Ideal Tender, a great rowboat or, when outfitted with a period-correct motor, a great boat for fishing or puttering around the lake or river. Varnished interior seats and trim with painted floorboards and sideplanks. [PRICE REDUCED March 2022!]
14 Feet 1930 Thompson
Thompson Bros. Boat Mfg. Co. was the largest builder of outboard boats in the world in the 1920s, and this example of an inboard model is impeccable. Powered by a single cylinder, 4-cycle "Iron Horse" engine manufactured by Johnson Motor Co., Waukegan, IL (yes, that Johnson), she will putt along nicely for a relaxing cruise on a calm, sunny day or an early morning fishing expedition. All of her surfaces are clean and gleaming with no discernible imperfections or issues. She comes with a lightweight, two-wheeled trailer, two oars and a full canvas storage cover.. [PRICE REDUCED March 2022!]
16 Feet 2005 Quessy Canoe
A well built Canadian lightweight Kevlar Canoe built in Quebec. Only used 3 times. Comes with life jackets and 2 paddles. Some minor damage on one end, but only cosmetic.
16-foot 2005 Pat Brown Adirondack Guideboat
Classic Adirondack guide boat built by renowned craftsman Pat Brown of Lowville, NY. Cedar strip, Kevlar coated inside and out, caned seats with back rest (1), two sets of oarlocks, brass fittings (including tie-up rings fore and aft), 7 ft. cherry oars, wt. 50 lbs., comes with zippered canvas sleeve for storage. Mint condition. Glides through the water with ease with just a touch of the oars.
16 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe
This is a sweet blue 16 foot Old Town canoe just waiting for a good home and someone to bring her back to her original glory. Interior is fair. Outer hull is sound but the original canvas is bubbling and/or peeling in a few spots. Delivered to Livingston Sport Center in New Jersey on May 13, 1955. Yankee model, bright green on order. This is another fine example of an Old Town Canoe that will make a fine project or simply as a display. Make Offer
16 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe
This is a 1930 Old Town canoe. She is a multiple show winner that has been re-painted and re-varnished. Very nice condition. It was appraised by Old town for $9,000.
17' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Cavalier
Cosmetic Restoration including fresh varnish and bottom paint done in 2018. Varnish is show quality. New Uphlolstery, and Flooring. Engine was gone through by Northern Marine in Clayton and upgraded to 12 volt in 2018 and runs very strong. This boat looks great and needs nothing. Sea Trials are available for serious buyers.
17 Feet 1940 Lyman Islander (Hard Top)
One of the best maintained Lyman Double-Steer Islanders we have seen in many years, and a rare hard top version at that. "Pooch" (the owner's nickname for his daughter when she was younger) has a forward-facing wheel in the front seat and a side-steer wheel amidships. She sports a rebuilt engine and transmission, custom-fitted cushions, a sliding sun-roof on the sedan top, and a big rudder for extra maneuverability. She comes with a solid Loadrite galvanized trailer with bunks. An unusual boat in great condition at an attractive price. Just add water! [PRICE REDUCED March 2022!]
17 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft Sportsman
One of Chris-Craft's most popular models, more than 2,500 of the 17-foot Sportsman hulls were built between 1953 and 1959. This one was restored in 2010 ($42,840.86 invoice amount), including engine rebuild and a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. Instruments were rebuilt and 90% of hardware re-chromed. It is in perfect running condition and sounds great, just as it should.
17 Feet 1947 Higgins Speedster
Here is a extremely rare Higgins Speedster that has been totally restored to perfection! The hardware on this beauty is spectacular....even has the original Higgins throttle foot pedal. All new upholstery, engine & transmission make this a must see!
17 Feet 1923 Old Town Canoe
1923 Old Town canoe with original canvas. She has not been in the water since 1987. Very good condition, hull #74802-17...all original canvas & back rest (with inscription) documentation papers are included from Old Town.
17 Feet 1912 Old Town Canoe
A lovely and fine example of an early Old Town Canoe with the original numbers stamped in the hull and the original build order from Old Town. Accompanying the Old Town is a book on Old Town Canoes. These boats are fast becoming highly collectible because of their small production numbers and many times will end up adorning a boat house, great room or suspended from a ceiling as a conversation piece or artifact from a period gone by. Be the one to own this great boat and own a small piece of history.
17 Feet 1917 Old Town Canoe
Two-time Clayton Boat Show winner several years ago but still is fabulous. A minor wet sand and light fill coat with new paint would make her beautiful again. There are NO cracks in the canvas! Included is a full storage sleeve, storage cradle, all plaques and awards and a collection of a period picnic baskets and original bill of lading.
17'6 Feet 1938 Century Sea Maid
This is a very original and rare 1938 Century Sea Maid. Original upholstery, chrome in good shape. The original gauge cluster and panel are also intact. Her Gray Marine Phantom 4 was rebuilt in 2015 and is a good reliable runner. 6 volt system, new battery in 2021. Traditional bottom is in very good condition as well. She is ready for some cosmetic upkeep at this time, but a very good original example that has been used regularly and can be enjoyed once again this season!
18 Feet 1954 Shepherd Model-105 Runabout
Built by Shepherd Boats, Niagara on the Lake, ON; the company was known for producing well-built and strong hulls, capable of handling the rough waters of Lake Ontario. The model 105 was a v-drive configuration 18’ Runabout. A popular model under 20 feet and powered with a Chrysler Crown, 110hp inboard engine. This example was comprehensively restored, including a new bottom, rebuilt engine, chrome, upholstery, and a full refinish. Signature curved windshield and dual-spotlights. She sits atop a custom built Cradle Ride trailer and also has a custom cover. Shepherd boats are highly regarded for their quality of construction and smooth, confident riding characteristics. This 18 footer is an excellent example.
18 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
The 18-foot split cockpit runabout was Gar Wood's answer to declining sales of his larger triple-cockpit boats during the Great Depression. The prototype of the new model was displayed at the National Boat Show in New York City in 1932, and "Que Sara" was one of 43 boats ordered at the show and the twenty-fifth hull built that year. Delivered to a Gar Wood dealer in Boston, she spent many decades on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, along the way receiving a more powerful Chrysler Super Crown 150. She arrived in the Thousand Islands in Upstate New York in 2002. A thorough upgrade in 2003 included two replaced bottom planks, refreshed paint and varnish, and new upholstery. "Que Sara" is in top condition and ready for a new owner to take her to her 100th birthday!
18 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This is a true original find. The boat is 90% original that has had a complete cosmetic restoration including upholstery and complete refinish or decks and sides. Bottom was refastened and doesn't leak. The Transom is new as are a few deck boards and one bottom plank. All bad wood was removed. The Chris Craft Model B has been completely rebuilt, including carb, water pump and starter and has approximately 5 hours of run time on it since. The boat was in the water in 2020. EVERYTHING on this boat is fully operational. This is a turn key boat. There is a period correct Gray Marine 4 Cyl engine that will go with the sale.
18 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Capri
A rare model built for only one year, a total of only 64 Capris were built in 1959. This fun 18ft Capri has spent the last 8 years in Lake Placid where it was boat house kept year round. The boat has received work over the years as needed including some replaced bottom planks, some coats of varnish and regular engine maintenance. The upholstery and gauges are in excellent shape, and the boat soaks quickly and runs well. This was one of Chris Craft's first models to use 1/4" marine plywood inner bottom skin with solid mahogany outer planking. She was used every season the last 8 years, and could use some cosmetic love to bring her back to original glory. Last in the water and running April 2021. There is no trailer included with this boat but gantries are available on site to position the boat on to your trailer, or transport may be arranged.
18 Feet 1956 Shepherd Model-105 Runabout
Built by Shepherd Boats, Niagara on the Lake, ON; the company was known for producing well-built and strong hulls, capable of handling the rough waters of Lake Ontario. The model 105 was a v-drive configuration 18’ Runabout. The 105 was one of Shepherd’s most popular runabout models, after the 110 Runabout, which was a 22’ model. Powered by a 6 cylinder Chrysler Crown engine, the 18 footer was well powered, fast, and nimble for a boat of its size. This example was originally restored in the 1980's and has only had 2 owners since that time. She has been maintained annually and remains in good overall condition today. Original factory-option dual spotlights and her original convertible top has been recently replaced. The Chrysler Crown 110hp engine has been fully rebuilt and has very few hours of run time since completed. The bottom was also stripped and repainted last season. Sold complete with a single axle trailer that fits the boat well!
18 Feet 1990 Duffy Fiberglass St. Lawrence Skiff
Built by Ogdensburg Boat Works, these fiberglass skiffs are very sought after in the 1000 Islands region. Performing much like an original skiff these one piece fiberglass hulls are more durable, and convenient requiring far less maintenance. This Skiff belongs to the original owner and has been on Cedar Island its whole life. Stored inside in the winter and outdoors in the summer.
18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Holiday
My mother fell in love with the Chris Craft Holiday after she saw them floating outside the Buckingham Fountain at the World's Fair in Chicago. When this boat was listed for sale, my mother bought it on the spot. It was one of her prized possessions, but it needed repair after sitting for years in a barn. Over the next few years, the boat, it's systems, and engine went through a full restoration. After several light boating season on Lake Michigan, the boat was once again removed and sent back for further restoration. Sadly, during this time, my mother passed away and Dad stored the boat. Although the boat has not been in the water for a few years, Dad has decided he is ready to part with it. The boat has a traditional bottom that will require soaking but recently had a new interior upholstery package installed.
18'6 Feet 1952 Greavette Dispro
An iconic Canadian design, developed in Muskoka, ON. Disappearing Propeller (Dispro) boats are unique in their ability to navigate shallow waters with ease and confidence. Fully restored over a 2-year period. Engine was nicely restored in 2017 by Hewitt Marine. The boat has a new keel and stem, a few 1/2 ribs and both garboards. It has the original seat cushions, and non-original spoon oars. Sold with a small custom trailer.
18 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"
"Ednandy III" is a meticulous reproduction of the winning Leveau Hydroplane that appeared in the 225cid class during the mid 1930's. The original hull set world records of 46-49mph with its original 155hp Lycoming engine. Leveau was the chief designer of the Dodge Boat & Plane Co. between 1929 and 1935. Best known for his racing designs, Leveau was responsible for some of the most inconic Dodge watercraft. This reproduction is adequately powered with a Chevrolet V6 engine producing over 225hp. A single axle trailer is included, but sold on a bill of sale only.
18 Feet 1920's Jackson Boat Works St Lawrence Skiff
This is the only Jackson skiff that we have ever had to sell. Jackson was an Ogdensburg, NY builder that built several skiffs of this length. It is unusual in it's decorative style, opposing color woods in the gunwale and decks and delightful ceiling boards the full length of the boat. Twin decorative oar locks with two sets of matched Shaw & Tenney oars. All hardware is brass and complete. Brass name plate indicates; Jackson Boat Works, builder, Ogdensburg, N.Y. This is a well built excellent two person skiff in great shape that was recently restored by the owner who is no longer boating due to age.
19 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft Racing Runabout
Fast, maneuverable and fun to drive, this Chris Craft Racing Runabout is in great condition and ready for the water. The boat has been fully restored with a new bottom, sides, decks and interior. The C-C MBL engine, with matching numbers, was rebuilt and runs well. After the restoration, the boat was exhibited at boat shows, used lightly and has been maintained regularly. The upholstery is red leather, flooring gray linoleum, the gauges have been restored, and hardware is beautifully plated. Ready for use, this Racing Runabout comes on a trailer and has a full mooring cover. Restoration documentation and maintenance records are available with the boat.
20 Feet 1967 Penn Yan
Clean, well-maintained wood Penn Yan utility, one of the last wooden power boats produced by the company in its 80-year history. This 20-foot model has unblemished upholstery, gleaming woodwork and spotless floor covering. She's been out of the water for 6 years but the engine will run smartly and the hull is ready to go. [PRICE REDUCED March 2022!]
20 Feet 1963 Century Raven
In 1962 the black finish and Raven name were given to all three sizes of the inboard skiff, the 19’, 22’ and 26’ boat. By this point the original 22 footer was fitted with a new bowline and traditional wood frame windshield and offered with larger power options. There are no known production records which show how many 19’, 22’ or 26’ Raven were made. The 20' Raven is a manageable and practical size with a very seaworthy hull design. This example is in need of some stem and forward plank work, as photographed, but should be a reasonable project for her next custodian! The Gray Marine V8 engine was in good running order when the boat recently went into storage.
20 Feet 1968 Bertram Bahia Mar
Original gelcoat, newer fuel tank, repowered w/Alpha, 2018 Risers/manifolds, water pump, SS prop,. In 2018 we added new risers , manifolds, water pump, starter, Alternator and fresh batteries. Updated classic with Original gelcoat, sweet boat, fast if wanted. The boat also has a new port-a-potti and a new bimini top. We are only using the boat sparingly so this Classic needs to find a new home. The seller would also consider an interesting trade/ swap for another boat, sailboat or power boat or a Jeep Wrangler.
21 Feet 1984 Century Coronado
Nice solid Coronado that runs great. Was in the water in 2020. Recently buffed and interior cleaned. Driver's seat bottom restitched and the interior is in pretty good shape aside from one small tear in the aft seat bottom. Missing one small piece of gunnel trim and we are looking for a replacement. Sea trials are available to serious buyers. The original Mercruiser 454cid, 340hp engine has fairly low hours and runs excellent. No trailer, but transportation is available and gantries available on site to load onto your trailer if desired.
21 Feet 1959 Century Coronado
This 1959 Coronado was special-ordered by her previous owner and features an unusual and attractive turquoise interior. Powered by her original 390cid Cadillac engine rated at 325hp. This boat is entirely original and has never been restored. She is exceptionally clean and would take very little to get her water-ready. Only one original seat-bottom cushion is present, but these bottom seat skins + Kapok stuffing are readily available through A&A marine at a cost of roughly $1,200. A nicely fitted tandem axle trailer is included and has new tires all around. Priced well and a true collector's piece!
22 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Custom Sedan
One of only 436 Custom Sedan models built between 1948 and 1954, this 1953 example has been fully restored and is in excellent condition. She is powered by the largest engine option available for this series, the 158hp Chris Craft MBL which is in good running condition. She has been beautifully refinished, no-soak bottom, her top has been recovered with correct materials, equipped with an optional Iva Light spotlight on the cabin top. Boathouse kept on a lift and moderate use since the restoration was completed. Her interior has been custom upholstered with tan camel leather. Sold with a custom trailer and 2 custom covers, this 22' Custom Sedan is ready to enjoy!
22 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
One of the most popular and successful models of Chris Craft offered following WWII, the U-22 Sportsman was a perfect blend of form and function. A roomy boat at 22 feet in length, she could accommodate passengers comfortably and perform well, all the same. This example has been fully reconstructed using modern methods and materials, very similar to methods used by contemporary wooden boat builders during new-construction. These methods are designed to extend maintenance intervals, while maintaining traditional appears from the exterior. This also shortens and virtually eliminates pre-season prep and makes the boat very easy to own and service. The Chris Craft 283cid V8 engine has been rebuilt and offers easy starting and reliability. New Edelbrock carburetor 2021. She will push the boat comfortably. Sold complete with a custom cover. Needs nothing and is ready to enjoy this season!
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman
This black-hulled beauty has a classy look when on the water. The simple but attractive lines of the popular Chris-Craft U-22 model are complemented by her dark sides. With ample power and lots of room, she'll easily carry 6-8 passengers out on any lake or river. Picnics, cocktails or just cruisin' around are what she does best. A gash on the port-side forward can easily be repaired and the sides and bottom need sanding and fresh paint. Otherwise she is in overall above-average condition and ready for a new owner. Comes with a solid twin-axle trailer.
22 Feet 1961 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This locally built boat has resided in its home, the Thousand Islands, on Steamboat Island for most of its life. This model was extremely popular in the area and was used for guiding, daily commuting, and cruising. This boat is in good condition and runs very well. The upgraded engine at 220 hp provides exceptional power for the boat, making this sport extremely fast, reliable and fun. It has been in the water and used every year including most recently October 2020.
22 Feet 1998 Pulsifer Hampton Launch
This 22-foot Hampton launch was built by Dick Pulsifer in Brunswick, Maine in 1998. The model "Hampton" is a replica of a traditional style Lobster boat, dating back to the late 1800's. This contemporary example is powered by a 47hp Yanmar Diesel engine which reaches a very smooth cruising speed of 10kts and a top speed of 17kts. "Emma" has been maintained by Wooden Boat Specialties of Alexandria Bay, NY and stored carefully each season. As well as engine maintenance by Hutchinson Boat Works in Alexandria Bay. She has very appealing lines, and turns heads every time her owners head out for a cocktail cruise. Last used in 2019 and sold complete with a very nice custom Loadmaster tandem axle trailer.
22 Feet 1953 Greavette Utility
The 22-foot Greavette Utility is a worthy competitor to the popular Chiris-Craft U-22. One of Canada's premier boat builders renowned for their craftsmanship, Greavette was the first to implement the assembly line process among Canadian builders. This 22-footer provides two 3/4 seats up front with the side walk-throughs, a popular feature in Greavettes in the early 1950's and an advantage over the CC U-22. "Ghost" was built with cedar plank construction, known for its long lasting bottom. She was restored in 2001, in storage since 2006 and given a touch-up in 2018. She has a beautiful finish with clean upholstery, elegant decks, and a unique (and famous) rounded nose.
22 Feet 1953 Shepherd Runabout
In the water last season and ready to enjoy. This 22' Shepherd is in very nice condition and has had much work done recently, including a new fuel tank, general tuneup, and paint/varnish. Excellent rough water boat, built in Niagara on the Lake. Interior, chrome, finish, etc all in very good shape. She is complete with a tandem axle trailer, custom mooring cover, and a convertible top that has not yet been used. Shepherd boats are very popular for their build quality, high freeboard, and comfortable ride.
22 Feet 1947 Hutchinson Utility
A jewel of 1000 Islands Boatbuilding History, this is an iconic 22' Hutchinson, smooth sided utility built in 1947. She has spent her entire life right where she was original built and has a very low registration number of NY 2 AB. In 2017-18 she underwent a roll-over and replacement of a section of the keel, both garboard planks and several ribs. The bottom was completely raked, re-caulked and painted, plus bilge re-painted. The engine, starter motor and alternator were rebuilt, and the exhaust pipes were replaced. In addition, new upholstery was installed throughout. All work done by Rich Jury, a local Hutchinson expert, in Alexandria Bay, NY. The work completed was extensive and will benefit her next custodian for many years. The forward seat frames have not been fastened in place, such that her next owner can position them appropriately for comfort. Flooring can also be completed at this time. A brand new Venture Custom trailer was supplied for the boat at the time of restoration and has no miles on it.
22 Feet 1922 McNeil Norris Launch
This boat was purchased in 1924 by the current owner's grandfathert. She was built by McNeil Norris of Bala, Ontario 2 years earlier and was powered by a Buchanan Junior engine. She remained in regular use until the 1960's and then received a complete restoration between 1986 and 1996. At this time, a Gray Marine 4-70 engine was installed. After heading down south to a new owner, the boat returned to her original home in 2004, and her finished were subsquently refreshed in recent years. She is a wonderful example of Canadian craftsmanship and is a very beautiful long deck launch. She has absolutely stunning lines for a launch of 22 feet. She has been awarded the Best Canadian Built Boat Preserved at the prestigious ACBS Toronto Show held annually in Gravenhurst, Ontario. The paint, varnish, hardware, and interior are all in excellent condition. Very well documented and an ideal after-5 cocktail cruiser for a small lake.
22 Feet 1946 Van Craft Sedan
This 1946 Van Craft went through a comprehensive restoration with no detail overlooked. The current owners have had regular maintenance performed on the engine, new wiring, new carburetor, Shipped and varnished in 2016, few planks replaced in 2018 and was last in the water in 2018. Over $70,000 invested. Brand new trailer, Marine Power V8 engine, stereo. She was rebuilt to be the ultimate day-cruiser. Van Craft boats were built by George Vandenbosche Boat Builders in Wallaceburg, an area in Southern Ontario, Canada. The design is very similar to the Hutchinson and Fitzgerald & Lee sedans of the era.
24 Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Sportsman
Chris-Craft's answer to the Great Depression's drag on pleasure boating was the 24-foot Sportsman model, a practical, all-purpose, inexpensive utility boat that would appeal to all types of boaters at a price below the fancy runabouts of the day. Formerly owned by a fishing guide, this 1939 model features a powerful Mercruiser 240 HP engine, bottom paint and varnish in top condition, and a wood-framed windshield and folding top for protection over the two sets of seats up front. Plus, side curtains and a full backdrop will create a comfortable, enclosed cabin for cruising in inclement weather. She's been used every season for decades in the Thousand Islands of New York State and is now ready for new adventures.
24 Feet 1957 Chris-Craft Semi-Enclosed Cruiser
Only 160 Chris-Craft Semi-Enclosed 24 foot cruisers were built between 1956 an 1957. A desirable and practical configuration, the Semi-Enclosed offers a nicely ventilated sedan top for all-weather protection, and ample open-air seating in the aft area. This example lived in Lake George, NY for most of its life and was under single-ownership for many years. Well maintained and used for a few months each season. "Shelving Rocker" was donated to the Antique Boat Museum 3 years ago and is now being offered for sale. All proceeds from the sale of the boat will benefit the ABM and its many programs. There is no trailer included in the sale of the boat, but transport is available or the boat could be transferred on to another trailer locally. The current trailer may also be used for local transport.
24 Feet 1940 Lyman Mahogany-Sided Sedan
Lyman Boat Works constructed only five of the 24-foot sedan model in 1940; "Sea ‘N Isle" is the only survivor. She is also unique in that she has never been painted. "Sea ‘N Isle" has been on the St. Lawrence for over 80 years and has functioned as both a mailboat and fishing guideboat during her life. Purchased by the current owner in 1990, "Sea ‘N Isle" then underwent a 2-year restoration project including rebuilding both engines and transmissions. Over the years, she participated in several Antique Boat Museum-sponsored excursions, including one to Quebec City. She was also a poster-boat for the 2015 Clayton Antique Boat Show and won the Best Lyman in Show award at the 2010 show. She is a rare boat in overall very good condition but needs cosmetic work on her bottom and touch-up to her varnish. [PRICE REDUCED March 2022!]
24 Feet 1992 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1992 Hacker Craft Traditional Triple has been well-maintained and is in very nice overall condition. Purchased by her current owners in 2013, her keel was replaced and bottom work completed by Wykes' Boatworks. Varnish and paint have also been refreshed recently. Boathouse-kept and her original interior is in very good condition. She is sold complete with her original tandem axle trailer and a recent custom waterline cover is also included. This is a desirable model that is very fairly priced.
24 Feet 1911 Mullins Leader Launch
This early Mullins has a wonderful history and has been under single-ownership for over 40 years! A unique and innovative builder, Mullins was, at one time, America's largest production boat builder. The Mullins Steel Co. built a variety of row boats, duck boats, canoes, launches, outboards, and runabouts. This is one of the oldest known Mullins boats to exist and also the only 24' Leader Launch documented. She was purchased from the original family in 1980 and is extensively documented with the original sales invoice from 1911 as well as photos of her original owners aboard the boat circa 1912. R&H has gone through 2 restorations over the years and has been kept in excellent condition. She is also complete with all original hardware and accessory Kerosene lanterns that were used as navigation lights. Used and shown regularly, she is a favorite along the ACBS show circuit!
24 Feet 1930 Ditchburn Neptune Triple Cockpit Runabout
Building on its legacy of grace and speed, the Ditchburn Boat Company built the Viking model based on a Bert Hawker design in the late 1920s. It had a hard chine hull and more muscular lines to appeal to a new generation of boat buyers. In 1930, Ditchburn added a shorter more agile version of the Viking, with a forward drive layout, and it became known as the Neptune model. The Neptune was a 24’ triple cockpit launch with Ditchburn’s iconic upswept foredeck - a modern design, blending elegance with performance. This boat was originally built for the Marshall family at Windermere in Muskoka and was named the “Margaretta’. It has been in the Muskokas ever since. The original engine was a 100hp straight 8 Buchanan engine. It was repowered in 1986 when the boat was completely restored by Butson Boats. It now features a water cooled 185hp V6 Crusader and can run at speeds in excess of 40mph. In addition to the new engine the restoration included a new hull, replating of all chrome hardware and new leather seats. Original features include the engraved ‘German silver’ instrument panel, a navy top and a ‘fireman’s siren’ horn. She handles well, runs smoothly at speed and has been meticulously maintained over the years.
24 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Model 35 Triple Cockpit
Many collectors know the story of Gar Wood giving exclusive rights to Charles Lyon to sell Gar Wood boats, only to have Lyon produce knock-offs for his own business. This is a beautiful triple cockpit Sea Lyon, fresh out of complete restoration. Show quality varnish, upholstery, engine rebuild and chrome. This boat was advertised in the brochure to attain 35 mph with the 110 hp Chrysler. This is a true "collector's boat" as there are a limited amount of Sea Lyons available. Also noteworthy is the bronze hardware and the fact that this boat was screwed from the inside giving it a magnificent look. All Sea Lyon's are triple cockpit models because the company was after the "luxury portion" of the market. Truly a wonderful example of a limited edition boat.
25 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman Sedan
Fully restored boat by highly rated wood boat restorer. Won best preserved boat at the ACBS International Show in 2011. The Scripps engine has gone through a full rebuild and is like new. The boat had the bottom refastened bottom bedded is sika flex and requires almost no soaking before use. Nothing on the boat has been overlooked. The boat is in excellent condition today and could be a show boat or a great family boat.
26 feet 1986 Crown Point Sailing Dory
This 26ft Crown Point Sailing Dory was built by expert craftsman Emerson Willard of Wilmington, North Carolina. The Crown Point design is a modern take on the Classic Dory. Built from plywood and covered in fiberglass, Emerson handcrafted these boats by himself with his small sawmill and workshop. The stern has cavity for an outboard motor. Currently powered with a Mercury 210 c.c. outboard. She is in need of some cosmetic restoration at this time but believed to be all complete.
26 Feet 2017 Custom Minncraft Summit 26
A custom designed 1 of 1 hull, made to embody classic and collectible style with modern technology and electronics with a chic and comfortable interior. Well powered by a 5.7 Mercruiser. This vintage-styled Summit 26 was conceived with the idea to craft a collector’s showpiece. Hand crafted, custom designed, luxury runabout featuring the finest boat building materials available, along with the latest integrated technology. The founder of Minncraft Boatworks said in a press release in 2016, “Indulgences abound— designed for the soul of a maritime connoisseur, we have integrated technology and contemporary embellishments with the spirit of timeless nautical legacy." The 26-footer boasts a hand-planked wood composite hull with white oak frames, cold-molded bottom and hull sides with a solid mahogany and teak top layer finished with fiberglass encapsulation, a teak cockpit sole and a blueprinted bottom. The sporboat’s interior features Phillip Cato-designed upholstery. There are some minor cosmetic blemishes on the topsides that will need attention in the future, as highlighted in the photos.
26 Feet 2016 Hacker Miss APBA Gentleman's Racer
John Hacker's "Miss APBA" is one of the most iconic Gold Cup Racer designs of the 1920's. It has become the gold standard for contemporary classic racers and this example is expertly executed. With the assistance of Fish Bros. Custom Boats in Queensbury, NY, this 26 footer is beautifully finished with all period-correct hardware, a unique flat-pane folding windshield, and a strong 502 cubic inch, 450hp Chevrolet engine. Only 30 hours of runtime since completion; this boat is still like-new. Sold complete with a custom built Searra tandem axle trailer.
26 Feet 2021 Work Boat America Landing Craft
These aluminum work boat landing crafts are currently in stock at 26ft and can be ordered custom at any length and configuration. Sturdy, rugged, and versatile these boats are perfect for contractors, island owners and anyone doing 3-4 season work on the water. The enclosed cabin makes transportation comfortable in all conditions. These boats come with varying options and can be sold atop a new trailer and transported domestically or internationally.
26 Feet 1924 Ventnor Launch
This 26 Foot Ventnor Launch was built for a prominent Philadlphia financier, George H. Earle Jr. Ownership later passed to his son George H. Earle III, who was elected Governor of Philadelphia in 1932. She was designed and built by Adolph Apel, owner of the Ventnor Boat Company of Ventnor, NJ. Being 26 feet in length, the boat is made with cedar hull sides and mahogany decks. She is powered by her original Model 4-50 HP Kermath engine. This boat was only one of Seven early Ventnors commissioned by Mr. Earle. This rare launch is one of a very few Launches still in existence. The launch has been restored and is very original except for the transom which has been replaced.
26 Feet 1941 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This Hutchinson Sport Utility of a rare lapstrake version which presents itself as a perfect boat for entertaining, fishing and generally a great cocktail cruiser. This is a 2 owner boat since NEW and has always been on the St. Lawrence River. The boat has been very maintained and always stored indoors and inside storage during the winter. This boat shows very well for a boat of this vintage and is a fine example of Hutchinson's craftsmanship. The original engine was replaced about 20 years ago and runs strong. The boat now shows nicely in the Clayton (New York) Showroom at Antique Boat America and can be seen at any time. Note: Boat ran all summer 2016 flawlessly.
26 Feet 1936 Hutchinson Guide Boat
This is a very rare side steer Hutchinson Lapstrake Guide Boat. These boats were used by fishing guides in and around the St. Lawrence River and were originally called Sport Boats as the paying customer was the "Sport". It is entirely original except the engine which has been replaced. The boat features a side steer tiller and is easy to navigate. It is in excellent condition and has been out of the water since 1996. Offered with no trailer but one could be made available for delivery. A great piece of St. Lawrence River history.
26 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit
Featured in Classic Boating this stunning 1939 26 foot Triple Cockpit Runabout was built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, New York. An unusual design for Hutchinson this Triple Cockpit was described in Wooden Boat No. 49 as the "the apothesis of the sleek runabout". Modelled after the 28 foot Hacker Craft Triple cockpits but shortened for use on the St. Lawrence River, this beauty is a classic and in excellent condition. Originally named Ripalong IV and later Dottie V this boat has spent its entire life on the St. Lawrence River and always in fresh water. Bearing the Hull ID # 215-21E-1057 she has been repowered with a Crusader 350 in 1992 which delivers 260 HP and replaced the original Sterling Petrel motor. The boat was last in the water in 2004 and was carefully stored in a dry secure location. The boat only needs to be soaked up and enjoyed.
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.
27 Feet 1936 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout
The Minett boat building operation is deeply entrenched in the Muskoka region of Ontario. The company was formed in 1910 and later was reborn under the name of Minett-Shields in 1925 after a partnership with Bryson Shields. The company ceased operation in 1948 but only after putting out approximately 200 Launches and Runabouts which were all noted for their fine craftsmanship. This particular Minett is a fine example of Minett-Shields work. It is a 27 foot Launch built in 1936 and has a lattice "Muskoka" floor, gorgeous compartments, and attention to detail throughout. It is powered by a Chrysler 6 cylinder 130HP engine which is original to the boat. It is structurally sound after receiving great care from it's current owner of 20 years. The chrome is perfect and the interior is rich looking and gorgeous. The boat in our opinion would survey out very strongly and needs nothing. The boat was originally built for the Boxer family. The boat is offered without a trailer but one could be used for transport.
27 Feet 2001 Gentlemans Launch
This stunning custom runabout was completed in 2001 and has been under single ownership since new. Totally unique, one-off design; she was built for entertaining friends and cruising the fresh waters of Lake Muskoka in Canada. Adequately powered with twin Mercruiser 350 engines. Vic Carpenter was renowned as a skilled craftsman and boat builder. This was the last boat completed before his passing. The boat has recently been reduced and is priced now very favorably for a twin engine boat of this size.
28 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Convertible Sedan
A Cadillac Phaeton motorcar for the water! This award-winning, 1930 28-foot Chris-Craft is the only Convertible Sedan built by Chris-Craft, as confirmed by the Chris-Craft archives at the Mariner’s Museum. Beyond being a triple cockpit mahogany beauty, her distinctive feature is the convertible hard top, purposely borrowed from the coupes and high-end motorcars of the era. The top was custom-made for the boat and is covered in period-correct Haartz cloth. Fully restored throughout, "Uncas" is powered by its original Chris-Craft Model A-120 V-8 engine, which offers 250 HP to push her along almost effortlessly. She comes atop a custom-fitted, tandem-axle road trailer. A truly one-of-a-kind piece of freshwater nautical history.
28 Feet 2015 Myco Tandem Axel Gooseneck Trailer
Bought new in 2015 and stored indoors this trailer no more than 1000 miles on it since being purchased. For those who know Myco is a highly respected trailer manufacturer that produces a high quality product. For those who do not it is a welded aluminum channel frame which is light and weather resistant. Welded bunks offer greater strength and stiffness. These trailers also feature a self centering double bunk system for support, a "Y" rubber block bow stop, an extra high winch stand, aluminum walk on fenders and steps, a hydraulic surge brake activator, a heavy duty tongue jack, galvanized torsion axels, an "ez lube" spindle system, air tight pressurized hub protectors, disc brakes on all axels, seamless stainless steel brake lines, groundless wiring system, LED lighting, radial tires, aluminum wheels and 7 way circular electrical plug, chrome lug nuts and a spare tire, a fixed drive guard and a gooseneck option. This trailer has it all for your transport needs and was a $ 20,000 when purchased new from Myco in 2015. A copy of the original invoice is available for those interested.
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.
32 Feet 1997 Grand Craft Commuter
A 32 foot beautiful cruising Grand Craft built in 1997, configured for entertaining 12-16 easily and comfortably with its generous seating capacity. The boat is mahogany with a West System. Hardware has all in excellent condition as is the interior and hardware and gauges. Boat is offered with twin Yanmar Diesels providing 460 HP. A diesel generator is also included with a marine air AC with reverse cycle heating and battery charger. A large storage locker and head complete the interior. The epoxy bottom offers no soaking of the hull. An elegant and perfect boat for a day on the water with room for all. She is well suited for entertaining business associates, Family and Friends. All of the exterior and interior of this boat were varnished in the summer of 2017 and the bottom was sanded , sealed and re-painted during the winter of 2017-2018.
34 Feet 2002 Clarion Cocktail Launch
This superbly constructed and elegantly appointed reproduction was custom built. She is appropriately named "Decked Out". Fully equipped with a sink, refrigerator, and head. The boat, just broken in, has less than 80 hours. Her lines were inspired by classic cocktail launches of the 1920's The interior was custom designed by the owner.
35 Feet 1931 Hutchinson Commuter Sedan
Own a piece of 1000 Islands history - a truly one of a kind Hutchinson sedan. Only 2 owners since new in the 1930's and always on the St. Lawrence River. This boat is Beautifully restored and ready for you and your guest to cruise across the waves in total luxury. A must have for any collector. Boathouse kept its whole life. Repowered with a 350 Crusader a few years ago, original engine is also available.
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