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| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|39685||21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental||$25,000|
|Unique 21' Chris Continental with the rear wings that flair out the sides. This boat overall is in very nice user condition. The hull has been refastened and requires very little swelling. The engine is a modern 350 that runs great. the seller has used this boat on multiple river cruises. The interior, though not original, is in very good condition. This is a great opportunity to acquire one of these rear boats at a reasonable price.|
|39684||16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout||$44,900|
|90% of the work has been done on this boat. All it needs is someone to do the finish work. The boat has a new 5200 bottom built to be shown. The sides and decks have been skinned in 5200 to prevent movement. The engine has been fully rebuilt. The chrome has been done, the seller has new leather for the interior and has all the seat frames, hardware and all else the comes with the boat. All work has been professionally done. The boat just needs to be finished. The seller is selling because of health reasons. |
|39683||17 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Super Sport||$25,000|
|This 1964 17 Super Sport has been totally restored and is in excellent condition. The boat has an Epoxy no-soak bottom, the engine has had a full rebuilt. Interior is in great condition. This boat can be shown or used at present. Comes on a nice tandem trailer with a waterline cover.|
|39682||20 Feet 1985 Elite Craft||$39,995|
|This Elite Craft Riviera is Hull #2 and was displayed at the 1985 Chicago boat shop and in the company's brochures. She is in immaculate condition with lots of new equipment - powder coated aluminum fuel tank, stainless steel motor mounts, steering wheel, shift lever and cables, LED cockpit lights, upholstery and carpet. Comes with the original Elite Craft pennant and pole, and a custom-made, full Sunbrella mooring cover. She's been stored inside when not in use, but is ready to go in all respects.|
|39680||22 Feet 2020 Continental Powerboats SuperPrimera 22||$109,875|
|The Continental SuperPrimera 22 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 SuperPrimera 22 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.
|39679||18 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Runaboiut||$39,900|
|This boat is a very nice 1936 Chris Craft 18' Custom Runabout, 200 of 208 made. She was totally restored in 2008 by Nichols Restoration, including a 5200 bottom and complete rebuild of the original Chris Craft H engine. The engine and boat have very few hours since. The upholstery is essentially perfect. The original restoration invoice is available so you can see the extent of the work done. It needs only a new good home - advancing age forces me to part with this beauty. I will sell with or without the practically new powder-coated trailer that matches the upholstery. |
|39677||16 Feet 1990 Gar Wood Speedster Replica||$29,900|
|Expertly constructed by Vintage Marine in 1990, "Miss Conception" is a faithful 1935 Gar Wood Speedster Replica. 5200 no-soak bottom, correct hardware and gauges, and a Chrysler M47S Crown engine that pushes the boat to 42mph. The boat was recently varnished and shows very well. The boat has not been in the water for 4 years but has always been properly stored indoors in an appropriate environment. This is the perfect little speedster to add to your fleet! Complete with trailer and period-correct lifejacket and helmet/goggles for display. |
|39676||28 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Enclosed Bridge ||$6,000 US|| |
|This is a twenty-eight foot Enclosed Bridge built in Algonac, Michigan, United States of America in 1939.
It was sold to their dealer, Boulanger Yachts, Lachine, Quebec, Canada. Mr.McBride of Baie d’Urfe ,Quebec was the first purchaser in the summer of 1939. It had a 4 cylinder Hercules Marine Engine with a 2 to 1 reduction drive. The boat was used very little during the next 5 years due to World War II and gas rationing.
In 1949 McBride sold the boat to a Mr. O’Connell who owned a hunting and fishing resort in the Laurentian area north of Montreal. the boat was used on an mountain lake to take guests fishing. In 1961 O’Connell sold the the resort less the boat. He had the boat shipped to his waterfront home in Ste.Genevieve, Quebec. The water being too shallow for the boat so he traded in on a Jet powered Runabout with Ste.Annes Marine Service, in Ste.Anne de Bellevue of which J.N. St.Aubin was the owner. In 1963 St.Aubin took personal possessions of the boat and moved it from Ste.Annes to Lake of Two Mountains and the Hudson Yacht Club.
In the late 70’s the boat was returned to Ste.Annes Marine and the 100 H.P. Gray Marine engine was installed. Changes in the steering and engine controls making for a fly-bridgetype of yacht. Other changes in the main cabin were also done. A holding tank was installed.
For only a few years was the boat winter stored at HYC. It was fitted for a four wheel wagon type trailer and from then on it was towed by Station Wagon to the St.Aubin’s home which was 2 Kms. from HYC for storage in a green house type of building which did not touch any part of the boat. This meant having the boat ‘s interior completely ventilated while in storage. The boat has been launched every year except one due to major hull and cabin repairs.
The boat has had a professional Marine Survey done which it passed to qualify for insurance.
I could mention the installation of the convertible top but that has nothing to do with the wood part of the boat.
|39675||18 Feet 1952 Century Sea Maid||$31,500|
|This blonde beauty - one of only 47 produced - underwent a complete restoration in 2016.
Most frames, keel, stem and partial chines replaced. Bottom is 5200 including new inner plywood and new outer planking. All parts sealed with CPES (penetrating epoxy). Planking bedded in 3M 5200 and held with silicon bronze screws. Outer planks sealed with CPES, epoxy barrier paint and bronze bottom paint. A few side planks were replaced. All other side planks were removed, cleaned up and re-installed with 5200 and new bronze screws. Deck is all new wood using African mahogany and the correct Avodire white mahogany. Deck and sides are sealed and varnished with 8-10 coats of varnish. Engine is a Chrysler six cylinder with twin carbs and is original to the boat. It was rebuilt by a professional machine shop. Carburetors and generator were rebuilt. Engine is 12 volt and is rated at 125 HP. Upholstery is red and white. It is new and is a kit from A and A Marine, made by the same people who made the original. All chrome parts were re-plated. Gauges were restored by Kocian Instruments. Wiring is new cloth wrapped wire. Gas tank is new aluminum from Rayco. Original Vita-Lite added.
|39674||22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$24,950|
|Beautifully restored classic wooden "utility" boat, 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff. The boat has a teak hull and mahogany deck; all wood has been repaired or replaced as needed, and it has new paint inside and out. The hull is white and the deck is dark brown mahogany color. It has bench seating conducive to your choice in seat cushions.
It has new windows, new deck, new battery, and carburetor, ignition switch, stern lights, bilge pump, and fuel filter. It also has a rebuilt distributor. The original, 131 HP, Chris Craft Hercules engine (built by Chrysler) Straight Six has been repainted and rewired and was recently tested. Restoration was completed between May and October, 2018.
This classic boat is in like-new conditions and no one else will have one quite like this. It would work great for ocean cruising or big lake motoring, just in time for the summer boating season. It is currently shrink-wrapped and in marine storage near Whitmore Lake, Michigan.
The boat comes with a restored 22' trailer, with brand-new tires and recently painted black.
|39673||16 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Kit Boat ||$12,000|
|I am the third owner. She was built in Ely, MN. The original owner used her as his big water fishing boat for 50 years. He passed her down to his nephew and I bought it her from him. She has never been stored outside. I did a restoration on her. New exterior paint. Total varnish strip and re - varnish the interior. She has all bright work on the interior. New canvas deck, new seats, new floor boards, new rub rails, new windshield. Comes with a specially modified bunk trailer. The motor has a newly rebuilt magneto and carb. Starts and runs great.|
|39671||22 Feet 1957 Shepherd Runabout||$85,000|
|Completely restored 22’ 1957 Shepherd, completed Spring 2019: Full-engine detail to the Chrysler 331 V8 engine — tuned with new spark plugs and wires, carburetor service, oil change and a light overhaul of the V-drive with new cross shaft seals and hub housing gaskets. The Shepherd has a new “no soak” 3M 5200 bottom which includes a new keel, all new white oak bottom framing, new inner planking and new mahogany outer planking. The hull side planking has been removed and reinstalled in 3M 5200 and refastened. The remainder of the hull has been stripped to bare wood, finished with 15 coats of varnish applied. In addition, all new Naugahyde seats (white with red piping) and new flooring installed. Seats 7-8 people. Top speed approx. 40 knots. The Shepherd is a great, comfortable family cruising boat which can also handle rough conditions. Over $100,000 invested. For Sale: $85,000. Custom trailer included - in excellent condition.|
|39670||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Ski Boat||$20,000|
|Same owner 25 years. Always kept in covered well (Glen Lake) or inside storage, 283 Chevrolet V8
Approx hours since rebuild 400.
Approximate top speed 40MPH
"WEST" bottom- Stainless steel fuel tank
No varnish fatigue or blistering. Comes with Tandem axle (custom bunk) Eagle Trailer- 1994, recent tire replacement.
|39667||17 Feet 1928 Old Town Sailing Canoe ||$8,300|
|Centerboard sailing canoe believed to be owned by copper mogul Adolf Lewisohn of New York City, and came from his estate on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains. Mr. Lewisohn met Thomas Edison and at Mr. Edisons advice, soon thereafter bought copper mines with his brother and father bringing them vast wealth overnight. This is a rare canoe with all mahogany trim, including the centerboard trunk and solid bronze centerboard. The 3 year restoration includes a new dacron sail and authentic rigging and hardware. Finely detailed pinstriping, outer stems and AA grade trim make this canoe stunning. Approximately 50 of these were made by the Old Town Canoe Company. Pretty rare indeed.|
|39664||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman ||$24,000|| |
|Rare 18’ version of the popular 17’ and 22’ sportsman. Restoration with traditional bottom completed around 2010 with very limited use since. Wood and varnish is in excellent condition, chrome is new in some places and original not replated in others, shows very well. Engine is not original to the boat but believed to be correct. Has nice sunbrella waterline cover and sits on brand new single axle aluminum trailer. |
|39663||19 Feet 1953 Century Viking||$9,000|
|This utility inboard was completely restored & the motor was professionally rebuilt using Gray Marine original parts. The boat is a lap strake mahogany with white oak ribs.
A first place winner twice at the Mystic Boat Show. |
|39662||24 Feet 1963 Chris Craft Cavalier||$12,500|
|I purchased the boat approx. 1992 and took over its restoration. Some of the completed work was by Gar & Wood Yacht Rest. billed yr.1989. Included is a file with a 1996 Survey Replace $54,900.Current market $8,700 (1996 )(incomplete).Installed: Lowrance Sonar.Morse Command 290 Helm, Jabsco remote control searchlight, 2 Rule sub.pumps,Duel Elastomuffle transom mounted exhausts,New SW gauges, new Faria Tachometer, and on&on. The engine is the best 350 KL Thermocon Marine, have owners manual.Previous owner told me he was told it was new when he bought boat project. Trans. Paragon direct drive serial #z8249x, 2 gas line filters water separator Racor Kraginlatorg94. Have pic. of engine install in file plus some of work. Boat while in our care was used almost exclusively on the Fraser River BC CAN. Longest trips in salt water 4 days. We est.400 hours on motor.Reason for sale : health. Hull,topsides,bulkheads, are in good shape.Has head installed, requires holding tank,ice box, cooker. I thought to use sailboat ss units,or like. No rott to my knowledge. There are epoxy repairs, small area of canvas decking has small bubbles on deck. My wish with this boat is someone skilled in this vessel take it to conclusion and maintain it correctly, it’s well worth it.|
|39661||13 Feet 1963 Boston Whaler Sport||$8,800|
|This 13 Foot Boston Whaler Sport has a new gel coat hull. It ofefrs the gorgeous stable riude of a Whaler and has a 6 gallon fuel, an auxiliary 12 gallon tank, speedometer, tachometer and a full kooring cover. The boat is in excellent overall condition since it was restored.|
|39660||18 Feet 1964 Howard Custom Race Boat||$21,500|
|Boat was stored in Cleveland, OH for 35 years until current owner found it and raced it with his son and grandchildren for several years. This boat set the record in 1965 at 137 mph. This is the same hull that ran the 250 circuit in the 1960's. This boat has never been in saltwater, has always been stored in a garage, original trailer included and boat has ran 10 years with vintage boats in Florida. |
|39659||18 Feet 2002 Custom Built||$10,000|
|This Handy Billy was designed and built by Harry Bryan of New Brunswick, Canada for use in the choppy waters of the Atlantic. Its batten seam construction provides great strength and minimal maintenance. As a result it requires little soak time to swell the planks when launching in the Spring. This boat was built as a project and fund raiser for disadvantaged youths in Maryland in 2002. She has had two previous owners and was used for a time on Cape Cod. Besides being a classic wooden boat , she has provided the owners with a stable and reliable transportation to an from their Island in all types of weather. Boat is offered vwith two gas tanks, oar, boat hook and bow and flag pole. |
|39657||20 Feet 2009 Glen L Riviera||$29,000|
|A contemporary classic, this 2009 Glen L Riviera is built with a 3 layer epoxy bottom and double layer hull sides. Attractively finished with a 2-tone red mahogany and dark walnut color scheme. Only 83 hours of use since completion, powered by a modern 350cid Crusader engine. Beautiful custom woodworking on the interior, bucket seats and a rear bench seating arrangement. Nicely outfitted with LED courtesy lighting, custom cabinetry for life vest storage, removable stern ladder, and much more. A 1954 Chris Craft Riviera windshield gives the boat a classic look. This boat performs well and offers a classic styling with modern construction and reliability. |
|39656||21 Feet 1960 Riva Ariston||$149,000|
|A beautifully restored Series 1 Ariston, this 1960 example has been well kept and has less than 100 hours of use. Repowered in 2014 with a 5.7L Crusader V8. The original Chrysler V8 is also included in the sale. Entirely stripped and refinished in 2015. Original interior, convertible top, and side/aft curtains all in very nice condition. Sold complete with a tandem axle trailer. |
|39655||19 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback||$47,500|
|Very rare, good condition, gently-used Chris-Craft Barrelback with a 5200 bottom (installed 2005), a reliable M engine, new transom, a few new planks, a new shaft, prop and coupling, and maroon upholstery. She is #7 out of 113 produced by Chris-Craft during the 1940 production year and was shipped to a Michigan dealer on August 22, 1939. She has been out on the water nearly every weekend on Central Florida lakes and makes no excuses for her 80 years. Owner is upgrading to a 25' Sportsman to accommodate grandchildren. |
|39652||19 Feet 1967 Century Arabian||$29,995|
|1967 Century Arabian — “Sweet “ JANE.
Beautiful example of preserved mid-60’s Mahogany Arabian. Great boat for the classic enthusiast. Regularly used on Conneaut Lake,PA each of the last 15 years that I ‘be owned her. I believe I am the second owner. All hull, deck and bottom lumber is original except the water line board on transom and two 10’ bottom boards. Transom bow replaced in 2011. Boat swells in 5 days. 426 cu.in. 290hp Chrysler V-8. Runs as new. Capable of 48 to 50 mph. Striped to bare wood in 2010. Re-stained with 13 coats Interlux Schooner varnish applied. Re-varnished 2013 and 2016.
Although not a trailer queen, this boat shows very well. Consistently judged in mid-90’s.
Loadmaster tandem trailer. Sumbrella cover.
|39651||17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$14,900|
|Very clean boat fresh out of a full restoration, completed 11/2018. The engine was fully rebuilt. The whole boat was striped and refinished. The bottom was stripped, refastened caulked and painted. Comes on a single axle trailer with a waterline cover.|
|39650||18 Feet 1958 Lyman Islander||$15,500|
|This remarkable Lyman Islander sat in storage from the early 1960's until 2000 and is in very original condition. In the 2000's the tops, sides and bottom were stripped and refinished, the engine was torn down and rebuilt, and all wiring was replaced. In 2018, a new, larger canvas top was added and the sides and bottom were repainted. She sits on a 2004 trailer custom-made for the boat.|
|39649||20 Feet 1954 Chris-Craft Special Sportsman||$3,500|
|My father and I purchased this 20' 1954 Chris Craft Special Sportsman in 2017 with the intent of restoring it. The boat has its original bottom planking and the tops and sides show no evidence of damage or rot anywhere.
She came with an MBL engine and we have every part minus the engine block as it was found to be damaged after purchase. All removed hardware has been bagged and tagged. One of the glass windshield panels is damaged and the seat cushions are missing. We had planned to install a 5200 bottom, but due to our growing family, the project is than we can commit to at this time. We have a packet of information from the Mariners Museum to include with the sale.|
|39648||20 Feet 2008 Malibu Ski Boat Corvette Edition||$49,995|
|This is a one of a kind boat. In 2008 Malibu Ski boats offered the Corvette Edition, but this is only one made to resemble the 2007 Corvette Official Pace Car in metallic orange, interior stitching, and also the only 2008 Corvette boat to have a factory wakeboard tower. The inboard engine is the Corvette LS7. This boat has only been used on fresh water since new. Matching trailer goes with the boat. |
|39647||16 Feet 1970 Correct Craft Separator||$53,995|
|This 1970 16' Correct Craft Separator is a beautiful all original boat. This boat is powered by 351 V8 Holman Moody Engine with a V drive and is ready to go|
|39646||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Sportsman||$25,000|
|Fully restored 1960 17' Chris Craft Sportsman with a 5200 no soak bottom. It is powered by a Chris Craft Model 283 8 Cylinder, 185HP Engine. This boat is ready to go. Very nice boat at a reasonable price.|
|39645||20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado||$29,995|
|This 1956 Century Coronado is a one owner boat. Always loving taken care of. It has a 5200 no soak bottom and has only been in fresh water. It is powered by a 331 Hemi that runs very well and is a great user boat that is ready to go.|
|39644||19 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$85,995|
|This 1954 19' Racing Runabout is fully restored to show condition. It has a 5200 no soak bottom, the MBL engine has been completely rebuilt, all new interior, chrome and gauges done, all done correct to be show ready. This is a must see boat.|
|39643||22 Feet 1954 Chris Craft 22 Sportsman||$39,995|
|Very clean fully restored boat with 5200 no soak bottom. engine has been rebuilt and has low hours since rebuild. Comes with a custom mahogany engine box, cup holders and storage. This boat is exceptionally clean and is ready to go.|
|39642||17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket||$79,995|
|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|
|39641||21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continenatal Gull Wing||$29,900|
|Only produced for 1 year, the 1961 21 foot Chris Craft Gull Wing Hard Top Continental was a beautiful transition boat offering a combination of mahogany, anodized aluminum, fiberglass, and vinyl highlights. Only 96 of these boats were built. Luminescent green and gold interior. This example is completely original and preserved. Single family ownership for over 50 years. All original hardware, curved windshield, etc still present. Original bottom is in remarkable condition, hull sides are perfectly tight (has never been down to bare wood). An amazing survivor worthy of a concours restoration, or continue to enjoy it as-is! |
|39640||17 Feet 1959 Greavette Sunflash||$5,900|
|The Greavette Sunflash was a popular model produced from the late 1950's until the early 1970's. Marine plywood construction and offered with a variety of engine and outdrive options. This particular model is powered with a 6 cylinder Ford Interceptor engine through a Eaton outdrive unit. In dry storage for the last 20 years, she is in solid condition and ready for a cosmetic restoration. A manageable project complete with all hardware and parts. |
|39639||15 Feet 1940 Thompson Row Boat||$6,900|
|1940 Thompson Row Boat with single cylinder Lauson Engine. Fully restored and very rare. It has a cedar stripped hull, tunnel drive propeller box, tiller steering, double action seat, and comes on a trailer. Great boat for any collection.
|39638||25 Feet 1963 Lyman Sleeper||$17,900|
|A great cruising boat and practical for entertaining, the 25 foot Lyman Sleeper is a very popular model. This example is equipped with a nice bimini top, matching cushions, trim tabs, and a head in the cuddy area. Full mooring cover in excellent condition. Bottom was stripped, caulked, and painted about 6 years ago. Used for a few months every year and well kept. Paint and varnish in good overall condition. Reliable modern power Crusader 270 engine, this Sleeper is ready to enjoy. |
|39637||9 Feet 1940 Jacoby A-Class Hydroplane||$11,000|
|This Jacoby is a truly significant piece of racing history! She was owned and raced by Paul Wearly, a very notable outboard racer of the 1930's - 1950's. This particular boat was his 1940 A-class hydroplane APBA National record setter. The boat was found in a basement in Upstate, NY several years ago and was painstakingly restored to museum quality. 99-point Best in Show winner at the prestigious Lake Tahoe Concours D'Elegance. Complete with canvas trailering cover. The boat and motor are absolutely flawless and would be an excellent addition to a permanent collection. Johnson KR racing engine is outfitted with several rare "Neal" aftermarket racing parts offered in the '30's and '40's. The overall condition and collection of history & documentation show real pride of ownership.|
|39555||21 Feet 1959 Century Coronado||$38,000|
|One of Century's most elaborate Coronado designs, the 1959 model featured a plush interior, sliding roof, painted hull accents, and variety of engine options. This example has been nicely restored with a replaced double layer 5200 no-soak bottom, A&A interior, and much more. The 327cid Gray Marine Fireball engine runs great and pushes the boat along nicely. Only 15 hours of use. Tastefully upgraded with varnished mahogany decks. Incognito music system. Winner of Best in Class at 3 recent shows. All original hardware including factory spotlight. New cover included. With a sociable utility layout, this Century is perfect for cruising and entertaining friends!|
|39554||26 Feet 1924 Ventnor Launch||$45,000|
|This 26 Foot Ventnor Launch was built for a prominent Philadlphia financier, George H. Earle Jr. Onwership 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. |
|39553||16 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Special Runabout "Rocket"||$7,900|
|Purchased from Indiana a few years ago, this 1948 Chris Craft Rocket is a very original boat and a good entry level runabout. Upholstery is in very nice condition, engine is original to the boat and was running prior to purchase. Decent chrome, paint, and varnish. The bottom is original and has some years of use left in it. This would be a good first-project for someone looking at affordable classics. Hull #R-16-1008.|
|39552||21 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$6,000|
|The Chris Craft 22 Foot Sportsman is a very popular model from Chris Craft and hit it's stride =after the war. More than 3000 units of this model were built and it's popularity continues to this day. This boat has not been in the water since the 1980's and was scheduled for a full restoration but life got in the way and the boat stayed in storage. The boat has it's original Chris Craft engine and hardware. One of the side windows was damaged but could be easily replaced. This is a perfect boat for someone wishing to restore a fine vessel back to it's original lustre.|
|39551||Scripps Model 124 Engine||$9,000|
|1931 Scripps model 124. 3000 rpm 125HP 6 cylinder. Purchased 30 years ago for a Hacker Craft, but never used or rebuilt. Previous owner went through bottom end - no records or other info for that work. Needs complete rebuild. Rare Scripps similar to F6 model.|
|39543||15 Feet 1900 St. Lawrence Skiff||$3,500|
|This St. Lawrence Skiff is of a unknown builder but bears all of the markings consistent with boats built on or near the St. Lawrence River. The boat is 15 Feet 10 inches long and 4 feet wide. At one time the skiff may have had a sail. It has been restored on the inside and fiberglassed on the outside. These boats are a reminder of how boat building looked over 100 years ago and how they were used as a form of communication, travel and socialization in and around the St. Lawrence River.|
|39542||21 Feet 1957 Century Coronado||$19,950|
|1957 Century Coronado with sliding hard top. Great user-boat. The original 312 CI Ford engine and Dearborn transmission was replaced with a rebuilt (new bearings, pistons, valve job, etc.) 440 CI Chrysler big block 330 HP and Paragon 72C transmission. It is an easy starting, reliable and strong power plant with very few hours on it. Newer interior is in good shape. Finish is good. Includes trailer and canvas cover. Boat is in Minnesota. |
|39541||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$30,000|
|Fully restored with epoxy impregnated bottom and all original hardware.
This boat is a multiple show winner, including best in class and show theme winner. The completely rebuilt KBL triple carb engine produces 131 HP. This boat is ready for you to have a piece of history.
|39539||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$52,000|
|"The Irish Wake" was owned by an Irish priest in Wisconsin. After he passed the boat fell into disrepair until shipped back to Michigan in 2011. The Wake then underwent a total restoration at Mackie Boat Works in Algonac and was delivered to me at the end of the season in 2013. Since then the boat has seen fresh water only for approx. 20 hours per summer. The Wake has been stored in a temperature controlled facility and has been maintained by Alan Mackie. As a result The Wake is in pristine condition and is "show quality." Must see to appreciate!|
|39537||16 Feet 1901 Electric Fan Tail Launch||$12,000|
|This is a one of a kind Electric Launch built in Mallets Bay, Vermont. The boat is made of Cedar and steam bent Oak ribs. It has Mahogany decking and the gunnels are quarter sawn oak. The floor and benches are all mahogany. This boat has been exceptionally well kept for over 100 years and is now ready for a new custodian.
The boat is being offered at a very fair price and will make a fantastic addition in your collection or at your dock.|
|39536||12 Feet 1939-1950 Peterborough Canoe Company||$3,000|
|Own a piece of Canadian history! Rarely seen Peterborough Canoe Company 12 foot cedar strip boat built sometime between the years 1939 to 1950. Confirmed with the Peterborough Canoe Museum that this is a custom made boat with then original canvas interior. Due to the Bankruptcy by the company the records on the act date of manufacture are challenging but the range of construction is correct. Boat was seldom used and kept in closed storage for the past 40 years. This boat is in excellent condition and a fine example of a well known Canadian builder. Included are the set of original oars in great shape.
All floor boards, ribs, planking are in excellent state with no wood rot (wet or dry). All original serial numbers are visible: 1487 ser. 1735.
|39534||17 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout "Barrel Back"||$65,000|
|This gorgeous 1942 17 Foot Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout boat was completely redone (except the bottom that was done by previous owner) in 2016. It won best in show at Lake Arrowhead . It won 2nd place at the Lake Tahoe Concourse d' Elegance twice.|
|39533||20' Feet 1971 Glasspar (Larson Industries)||$7,900|
|This boat is in beautiful, original condition. Always stored in a boathouse or shed. The original upholstery is flawless. Low hours. Engine and outdrive were serviced last year, after boat went unused for several years. Holley carburetor was rebuilt and both water pumps replaced. Motor is in excellent running condition and is presently winterized. Have the original Mercruiser Owner's Manual. Cabin has a V-berth, port-a-potty, and ice box. The top is showing its age. Zipper on rear curtain is ripped.|
|39532||12' Feet 1946 or 48 Larson Seaman ||Best offer |
|I pretty sure this boat is rare. I would like to get this historic find into the right hands to preserve this piece of history.|
|39531||19 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrelback||$69,000|
|One of the most stunning prewar Chris Craft models and a leader of the Torpedo Fleet, the 1941 Custom Runabout featured the iconic barrel stern along with a one-year only bullnose bow and folding v-windshield. This example was comprehensively restored in 2011. New no-soak 5200 bottom and frames, rebuilt M-engine. Hullsides, decks, chrome, Kapok & leather interior, and gauges are all in excellent condition. 23 coats of varnish. Very little use since completed and stored in a climate controlled facility when not in use. Complete with cover and trailer.
|39530||24.6 Feet 1974 Aquasport Side Console||$18,000|
|Great boat seats 8 in comfort. New canvas cussions,mako type ride .side console opens up boat. Small forward cabin|
|39528||17 Feet 1964 Duracraft Outboard||$3,600|
|1964 Duracraft with 1965 Tee Nee trailer. Modern steering, new battery and auto bilge, recently serviced motor. Trailer has new bearings roller and bunks. |
|39524||17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back||$29,000|
|This Chris Craft Barrelback is one of the builder's most iconic models, recognized for its lovely proportions and barrel shaped transom. This example has been nicely restored. Fresh bottom paint and varnish were applied in the Fall of 2018. The Chris Craft K-95hp engine runs well and pushes the boat along nicely. This is a very affordable Barrelback that can be enjoyed this season!|
|39523||31 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Roamer||$20,000|
|1962 31 foot Chriss Craft Roamer with two rebuilt 327 Chevy motors complete rebuilt in 2004. 350 heads and electronic ignitons, about 400 Horse power per motor. Rebuilt water pumps in 2015. Paragon transmssions & drive shafts, CPAC system to prevent corrosion
Fire extinguisher system, Hull taken down to bare steel exterior in 2004 & painted with Emeron Epoxy paint. Interior is original from 1962 & in good shape with a head, sink, stove, & fridge. Canvis is in great shape boat is stored in a covered well.
Original wind shield, took off hard top to make it a convertible, work done by Ault boat works in 2004. Lots of nice original wood top side. New tinted glass lower cabin, replaced in 2004. Top side seats and cushions professionally reupholstered in 2004. In side hull painted with Por 15 Paint System in 2004. All the of chrome was re done in 2004. Two 50 gallon gas tanks one 50 gallon fresh water tank with hot water heater. Mast and original flag pole are in great shape. Must see it while it's out of the water to view hull, in good shape scraped painted every year
Fresh water boat has been put in the water every year since 2005.
I have more photos and receipts of the restoration work if interested|
|39522||15'0" Feet c.1950 Peterborough||$2,500|
|Late 1950's cedar strip canvas canoe, hand crafted by the Peterborough Canoe Company. LOA 15'0". Professionally restored and canvassed, sealed and painted by a canoe company in the Ottawa area in 2003. This canoe has been in dry storage since, with her maiden voyage completed August 2018.
It paddles beautifully. Selling for my son who lives in BC - the move for him is permanent and a canoe like this belongs in Ontario.
The canoe is located in Brockville, Ontario. Pick up only. Flexible with showing times.|
|39520||21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado||$6,000|
|I was on a search for my grandfathers century Coronado when I ran into this one. As it turned out the owner really needed it gone and having the disease I was in a vulnerablestate of mind. Anyways I ended up buying the boat and at this time can't see when I will have the time or money to restore it. I'll probably regret selling it. I have it stored in my garage. It needs to be restored, and does not come with trailer. I removed the interior and windshield. I can provide videos and more pictures upon request. |
|39519||16 Feet 1965 Thompson Sea Mate||$12,500|
|Manufactured by Thompson Bros. of Peshtigo, WI, one of North America’s leading pleasure craft manufacturers for over 60 years. The Sea Mate model was a well-equipped outboard model suitable for cruising, water skiing, and excellent performance in all water conditions. With its deep and beamy hull, it offered an exceptional amount of cockpit space for its size. This model was offered with vinyl deck covering as well as an upgraded varnished mahogany deck finish. Constructed of marine fir plywood over steam bent white oak ribs, these boats were very strong and often survived many decades of use. Comprehensively restored, including new bottom garboard planking, replaced ribs where necessary, new mahogany decks, new floor and Nautolex flooring material, all new wiring, new glass, and a full strip and refinish. A period correct Mercury 650, 65hp outboard was located for the boat and restored to original condition. The interior upholstery is original and in nice shape. The original bimini top is also included, but not currently mounted. A complete album of the restoration process is available! |
|39518||30 Feet 1988 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$45,000|
|Only 3 owners since new, all of which have been wooden boat enthusiasts. This Hacker Craft Triple has been very well kept and has less than 200 original hours of use. Current owner has has the boat since 2012 and it has been garage-kept when not in use. Complete with a cover and custom fitted tandem axle trailer. |
|39517||21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado||$6,900|
|One of the rarest Coronado models built, the 1961 featured a sleek varnished hull with painted accents, gull wing top, and a striking 2-tone red and white interior. This example bears hull #M61103, making it the 53rd Coronado produced in 61. It was originally delivered to Indiana. She is ready for a full restoration including bottom, sides, decks, and interior, but is very complete with all hardware, windshield, top, and all original gauges. The engine box features the factory equipped fiberglass air scoop, which was reserved for Cadillac and Hemi powered Coronados. Clear titlework on both boat and trailer. |
|39516||20 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Custom||$19,000|
|One of 366 Chris Craft 20' Custom Runabouts built between 1946 and 1949. With a 2-tone blond and red mahogany finish, red interior, bullnose, and shapely curved transom, this boat set the tone for many subsequent models, including the Riviera. This example is a restoration project with roughly 98% of the materials present. It is a model 47-10 with its original 130hp M engine. It was delivered new to a Mr. Russell Nelson through H.G. McKinney & Co in Wilmington, California. It was shipped out of the Algonac, MI factory on November 26, 1946. Much of the chrome work has been done, seat benches upholstered to show quality in original torch red, and sufficient material is there for the cushions and ceilings. This is a very worthy and complete project!|
|39515||22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Custom Triple Cockpit Runabout||$79,000|
|Chris Craft built this enlarged version of the iconic barrelback between 1935 and 1939. Only 138 were made during this period and 1939 was the only year to offer the dual folding windshield configuration. She has only had 2 owners since new. Past show winner in Lake Tahoe, new bottom 3 years ago, new paint and varnish early winter 2018, only 75 hours on the Chrysler Marine 440. These 22 foot Custom Triples are exceptionally rare and this example is priced very fairly. |
|39514||16 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility||$5,000|
|This 1939 example of a Chris Craft Deluxe Utility needs a refinishing. The boat is complete except for the aft windscreen and the stern flagpole with flag. The decks seams will need some attention as well as the bottom. The boat has not seen the water in a number of years but is a good candidate for restoring it to it's original condition.|
|39513||17 Feet 1954 Shepherd 17SS Runabout||$7,500|
|This is a very rare model of Shepherd, the split cockpit 17SS runabout - one of only a few known to exist. This boat comes with all the hardware and a few extra parts. The motor is pulled apart and ready to be rebuilt. The transmission is complete all other pieces are included. Structurally solid and ready to be completed!|
|39512||36 Feet 1914 Elco Cruisette||$29,900|
|This gorgeous 1914 Elco Cruisette was originally built as an Electric Boat and has always been on Lake Champlain. The boat was commissioned for the Family who owned Button Island off Button Bay in Vergennes, Vermont and was used to transport guest to and from their summer home. The boat stayed for decades in the St. Albans area and in 1978 was purchased by our Family. The engine has now been replaced by a gas engine. After undergoing a full restoration this boat had no less than 81 ribs replaced and is in good condition. The boat has always been stored indoors and shielded from the elements and is ready for her return to Lake Champlain or to your favorite body of water.|
|39511||14 Feet 1959 Feathercraft Skibo||$5,900|
|Feathercraft 1959 Skibo,totally restored/turn key
Low hour Gale outboard made by Johnson/Evenrude/electric start/fuel tank/battery/battery box
New custom mahogany wood interior following original design
Restored but unpainted Road-worth period correct Holsclaw trailer.
Approx 15ft 6inches long. Georgia boat registration in hand.
|39510||12 Feet 1956 Feathercraft Rocket||$7,900|
|1956 Feathercraft Rocket-totally restored/turn key
40hp Mercury electric start boat-GA registration in hand
New green upholstery color matched to motor. Rokcet with closed stern-1956-fairly rare-Rockets only made 3 or so years, 58-59 4pass
Completely period correct restored Tee Nee trailer worth $1500 alone, large wide sidewalls, 15inch original wheels.
|39508||25 Feet 1969 Lyman Sleeper||$4,500|
|This Lyman Sleeper was purchased from original owner in 2003 and transported from Sandusky, OH to Cambridge, MD where she was completely refurbished down to the hull by a custom boat builder. She was kept in a wet slip (in-season) from 2011-2012 at a Marina in VA where she was used for less than 50 hours. She has been trailered since then and has sustained water damage to the port gunwhale. This is a great project boat for someone willing to put in the work or have her repaired to bring her back to her former glory.
Willing to negotiate on price in order to find her a good home.
|39507||19 Feet 2009 Chris Craft 19' Barrel Back by Fish Brothers||$74,900|
|Very clean Fish Brothers 19′ Barrel Back. This boat has very low hours. Comes with Banjo Wheel, and Buggatti Windshield. Engine is a MerCruiser 5.7 Ski Tow 270 HP. The boat comes on a single Axle Trailer with Brakes. Full ($11k) varnish service in the spring of 2017, and a custom made waterline cover that also was new for the 2017 summer season |
|39506||24 Feet 2007 Fish Brothers Hacker Craft Dolphin||$79,900|
|2007 24′ Fish Brothers Hacker Craft Dolphin. Very clean boat with less than 100 hours use. It has a Merc Black Scorpion V8 8.1 LTR engine. Always been in fresh water. Comes on tandem Axle Trailer|
|39505||19 Feet 1999 Chris Craft 19' Barrel Back by Fish Brothers||$45,900|
|Very clean Fish Brothers 19′ Barrel Back. This boat has very low hours. Comes with Blue Faced Gauges, and Buggatti Windshield. Engine is a MerCruiser 350 Mag MPI 300 HP. The boat comes on a single Axle Trailer with Brakes and a full cover. |
|39502||14 Feet 1956/ 1957 Larson Falls Flyer||$ 5,400.00 fot the pair|
|Pair of Larson Falls Flyer boats as found needing restoration. Both boats have not been altered from original equipment other than the motors. Boats come with 2 new correct replacement windshields. One boat comes with a primitive trailer the other does not have a trailer. We also have the correct new replacement foil decals.
Johnson parts only motor in pieces not complete.|
|39501||1921 Hispano Suiza Model-H Engine||$60,000|
|This is a rare H-Series Hispano Suiza, converted by Wright Aeronautical in 1921. The H-Series featured a 1,126 cubic inch displacement and 300hp @ 2,100RPM. A Lee transmission is included to mate with the engine. Only 5 hours of test time since rebuild. |
|39500||21 Feet 1991 James Anthony||$45,000|
|One of only 18 built by boat builder James Anthony for private buyers. White fiberglass hull w/ mahogany topsides (over fiberglass). 270 HP, fresh water cooled mercruiser w/ super low hours. New leather upholstry, folding rosewoood tables in cockpit + cuddy cabin.|
|39499||20 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Custom Runabout||$79,900|
|Arguably one of the most beautiful Chris Craft runabouts built after WWII, the 20' Custom featured an attractive 2-tone Mahogany and blond deck, accentuated with a curved transom. Only 369 Customs were built between 1946 and 1949. This example has been comprehensively restored with a no soak 5200 bottom, laminated sides, transom, and decks. Engine was detailed, re-gasketed, transmission rebuilt, and wiring upgraded to 12V. All chrome replated and leather interior redone. Sold complete with a full mooring cover, trailering cover, and custom trailer. |
|39498||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$39,900|
|Built between 1950-1954 in lengths of 16, 18, and 20 feet, the Riviera was one of Chris Craft's model popular runabout models of the era. Beautiful 2-tone red mahogany and blond finish. This example has been fully restored with a no soak 5200 bottom, side planks removed, cleaned, and reinstalled, laminated decks. The rebuilt Chris Craft K engine only has 60 hours of run time since rebuild. Rewired to 12V system, new interior, and all hardware rechromed. One of the nicest Rivieras available and complete with a mooring cover, cockpit cover, and custom built trailer. |
|39496||13'6" Feet 1960 Reinell Outboard||$3,000|
|Old Reinell that I refurbished and learned about boats and boating on.|
|39495||10' Feet 1950 Penn Yan Swift||$4,900|
|Current owner has owned this 1950 Penn Yan Swift center-steer outboard for over 10 years. The boat underwent a complete refurbishment of the hull and interior in 2015 and is a very solid boat. The owner has tried unsuccessfully to locate a period-correct motor. Manufacturer's tag on stern says "not to exceed 12 h.p." Owner has since moved on to other projects and has decided to sell. |
|39494||42' Feet 1952 Matthews Sedan Cruiser||$7,000|
|Boat is out of water in dry storage. Great boat for rebuild. A piece of history will be lost if not sold soon.
Boat is curently on a home made trailer.|
|39492||27 Feet 1998 Hacker Craft Gentleman's Racer||$95,000|
|This 27 Racer by Hacker Craft has been completely restored from head to toe. Built in 1998 and autographed by Bill Morgan. This boat runs and drives beautifully. The boat is currently available for viewing in Gravenhurst, Ontario by appointment.|
|39491||19'6 Gar Wood Commodore||$75,000|
|1947 Gar Wood Commodore.My father bought this rare classic boat new in 1947. I have the original purchase order. My dad was the first person to water ski in California and he and his sister were the only known people to ever waterski behind and airplane WITHOUT floats. The boat is named Miss Pam and she was used as a waterskiing tournament boat during the 40s and 50s. The original Chrysler engine was replaced with a suitable Chevrolet V8 at the time of restoration. Most everything on the boat is original except for some instruments and the removal of the bow to stern handrail. 5200 no-soak bottom and painted with Imron. Honduras Mahogany planking. She still sits on the original trailer, which is a classic in its own right with 1930s style wheel covers. I fully restored her for a Tahoe boat show in the 90s, and has been re-varnished several times since. This boat has a documented history from original invoice, many old photos, tournament records, newspaper articles, etc..|
|39490||22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet ||$10,000|
|This is an opportunity to purchase a classic boat at a modest price. This triple cockpit Chris Craft Cadet Runabout is right out of the roaring twenties. It sat for many years in a garage at Big Bear Lake in California and in 1985 was taken to Dana Point California. Restoration is required and it needs a new trailer. |
|39489||21'6" Feet 1930 Dodge Runabout||$29,000|
|1930 Dodge 21A Runabout - Twin Cockpit. Complete with all Fittings and Chrome. Original Sea Nymph for the bow, Duesenberg Steering Wheel and Split V-Windshields. |
|39488||14 Feet 1959 Richline Sea Fury||$3,500|
|14' Richline Sea Fury Aluminum Outboard. Comes with new cover, Safety equipment,1966 Tee Nee Trailer with new hand winch and spare tire.|
|39487||21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport||$14,900|
|Nice user condition boat that has gone through a full refinish a couple years back. The boat is solid and engine runs well. It is starting to need some varnish and paint to make it sparkle again. Nothing other than cosmetics needed. Boat does come with cover and convertible top.|
|39486||15 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Barracuda|
|This 1956 Chris Craft Barracuda was bought and is being sold as a package complete with the original Tee- Nee Trailer and Motor. The boat trailer and motor are all in 100% mint condition and fully restored.|
|39485||28 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Semi Enclosed||$22,000|
|1954 28Ft Semi-Enclosed, new 5200 Bottom, new hull, new stern, The chrome has been completely new, the gauges has been completely refurbished. The top, interior cabinets and upholstering needs refurbishing. Tandon trailer included. Restoration work done by a well known, world class restoration shop.
I have invested over $60,000.00 no expenses spared |
|39484||20' Feet 1954 Chris-Craft Holiday||$26,900|
|This Chris-Craft Holiday (one of 101 hulls built and 38 with MBL engine) went through an extensive restoration in 2010 with a 5200 bottom, 12 volt electrical and updated blood red upholstery. Varnish redone in 2016. In 2018 the Chris-Craft MBL engine was rebuilt. I have been using this boat on Lake George and am now looking for a larger boat for entertaining. Comes with a custom mooring cover and solid single-axle trailer.|
|39483||13 Feet 1956 Thompson Runabout||$9,000|
|This boat was restored using the West System and was used for pleasure. It is now kept in a garage and used a few times a summer. One boat show a year and it is a head turner|
|39481||-- Feet Gray Marine 4 Cylinder Model 162||$300|
Graymarine for 162 running condition |
|39480||17' Feet 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman ||$16,995|
| Between the year 1950-1952 Chris Craft built and sold 260 of the 17 Foot Sportsman Model. These boats are great for small Lakes and easy for trailering. The boat went trough a complete refinish in 1993. At that time the interior, flooring, and chrome were also done. The boat was used for a couple seasons and was then put into storage where it still sits today. This particular boat has spent all of it's life in Ohio on various bodies of water but due to a passing has not been in the water since the mid 90's. It is offered with a 1988 Single Axel Terra Trailer. The boat has been stored for many tears indoors and is now ready to be brought back out and used. The trailer has also been used almost always as a storage trailer.|
|39479||25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility||$48,000|
|This 25 Foot Chris Craft Sportsman is one of the most sought after models in the hobby today. It has been repowered with a big block V-8 440 engine which moves the boat along smartly. The upholstery nd flooring have recently been redone. The decks were stripped and refinished last year. Best of all it has a "no soak" bottom. Overall the boat has been very well maintained and is sound throughout. It is offered with a custom trailer with landing guides for easy loading. Chris Craft made very few of these and this boat is worthy of serious consideration.|
|39478||19.6 Feet 2011 Bulow Boatworks Caledonia Yawl|
|This boat is a repeat Show Winner and designed for the rough North Sea waters. It consists of several types of wood: Hull is Mahogany, Keel, blocks and cleats are White Oak, Spars are Sitka Spruce, Inlay, Walnut and Ash, Flotation is Balsa. The boat has 6 hand made cushions which can be used as life preservers. Comes complete with a boat cover, 4 hand made fenders, A jib, main and mizzen sail. It also has a gaff and 5 booms, Mast, 2 for the Main sails and 2 for the mizzen. All rope work is hand done |
|39477||21 ' Feet 1961 Riva Ariston||$110,000|
|This is a rare opportunity to own and do some light cosmetic work to a RIva Ariston. These boats trade well into the $ 150,000 area usually and this would be a great opportunity to enter into a worthy effort to bring this fine boat back to life. The Ariston model was Carlo Riva's favorite model as he felt that his dream was captured in every way and only 1012 of these were built over a 25 year period. This early Ariston was once owned by the President of a exotic Car Club and then later sold to the current owner who has kept the boat carefully stored for many years with barely any time on the water. Here is a great chance to own a rare and coveted Riva Ariston. Hull # 338 21’, Few hours on Rebuilt Chevrolet Marine 454 , Riva Accessories include Convertible Top, Sun cushion. ,Flag, Swim Ladder, New prop, interior and floor material
Original Motor was Chrysler M 80 Sea-V, not with boat but they are out there although the current power package really is better than the original
Trailer is marginal
|39476||14 ft Feet 1905-1920 Michigan Steel Boat Co||$3,500|
|Galvanized steel planked clinker construction with patented crimping process. Found in a NH barn about 1998.
Never used by me. Was probably a rental boat from the Boston area. I have a pic of one being rented on a Mn lake pre WW1. Michigan Maritime Museum has one.MSB made mostly motorized boats in Detroit using the same planking process. Pics on line if MSB is searched.|
|39475||20 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Sportsman||$29,995|
|Nice 20' Sportsman that received a 5200 bottom in the spring of 2018. Pictures available of the bottom being installed. The engine has electronic ignition, fuel tank cleaned and sealed, fuel/water separator added to fuel line, rebuilt carb, good interior, full safety equipment included, waterline cover, and
2005 Loadmaster tandem trailer with 2 5/16" coupler, electric brakes and
|39474||17 Feet 1969 Century Resorter||$17,900|
|1969 Century Resorter purchased from the original owner 5 years ago, who kept the boat stored inside and was not being used. The original Ford 427 FE series motor is what makes this Century a rare find. Since I have owned the boat many improvements have been made. The hull was professionally refinished and painted with AwlCraft 2000 marine paint. All the teak was replaced and finished with Alwood finishing system. Minor repairs were performed on the engine. New prop shaft and cutlass bearing were installed. The boat has all the original upholstery which is in good condition. The vinyl floor was replaced 2 years ago. I have used this boat at a local lake to just cruise around and no longer have time to enjoy it.|
|39473||20 Feet 1923 Fay & Bowen Long Deck Launch||$33,000|
|This launch is from the brass ear of motor boats and features a semi-displacement hull design. Construction included white oak frames, cypress planks and a mahogany deck. It was restored in 2002 with over 65K invested in the restoration. The hull is in excellent condition with no leaks. Interior is like new and the engine very strong.|
|39472||20 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Triple Cockpit Runabout||$37,500|
|Chris Craft only built 291 model 100s between 1930 and 1931. With its upswept decks and triple cockpit design, it shared much of the same style with the company's larger models. This example went through a thorough restoration in the early 1990's and was repowered by a new Marine Power 350 engine at that time. Most recently, the boat has been varnished, new interior upholstery, new covering boats, fresh bottom paint, new Halon fire extinguisher system, and general maintenance completed. She is a good reliable user boat that is priced very fairly. |
|39470|| Feet 1947 Chrysler M47S Engine||$2,750|
|This is a 1940's era Chrysler M-47S engine. Complete condition, and believed to be running when removed from a boat. Bought for a project and stored indoors, but another engine was used in its place. Complete with dual carburetors, ignition system, starter, generator, and water pump. Serial number R 30859 S.|
|39469||20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado||$69,000|
|The 1955-56 Century Coronado was the builder's first rendition of the thoroughbred flagship model. Combining classic runabout features and modern automotive styling, the model was very successful and practical in a wide variety of uses. This 1956 model has been comprehensively restored with a new laminated bottom, new laminated hullides, decks, A&A factory-correct replacement interior, replaced hard top material, Kocian-restored gauges, custom Ryan tandem axle trailer, and a powerful fuel injected 454 cubic inch engine. Perfect in every way, this Coronado has been restored for her next lifetime of enjoyment. |
|39468||22 Feet 1947 Hutchinson Utility||$24,900|
|This structurally sound Hutchinson 22' smooth-sided utility has spent its entire life in the Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River since she was launched from the Hutchinson Brothers Boat Works in 1947. 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. The engine, starter motor and alternator were rebuilt, and the exhaust pipes were replaced. In addition, new upholstery was installed throughout.|
|39467||23Fe et 1946 Hartog Grundel||$12,000|
|Unique Dutch “Grundel”
Dimensions : Length 23 ft
• Width 8' 4"
• Weight approx. 2800 lbs
• Material: solid 1" Dutch oak
• Year built 1946 Hartog Buiksloot / Amsterdam Netherlands
• Comes with solid heavy duty single axle trailer.
• Has an outboard motor well that will hold 5-6hp short shaft engine.
• Location: Gananoque Ontario Canada
• Asking price : $12.000.- US
This Grundel is a real classic and an eye catcher when she is under sail as well sitting on her trailer. She represents the traditional sailing characteristics as being practised for centuries in Dutch waters.
In Holland she participated in many antique boat gatherings also she carries an official hull registration number # 82 under the Dutch Historic Sailing Vessel Foundation.
She was brought to North America by a Dutch sailor in 2007 as he could not part with her. In 2017 she went through a meticulous 12 month restoration which brought her back again to excellent sailing condition. The work was done and completed by a Dutch boat restorer. Even to Dutch standards this vessel is beautifully designed and very pleasing to the eye. Right now she is located in Gananoque Ontario Canada and ready for a new owner who appreciates authentic sailing vessels.
The present owner is no longer able to sail.
The jib and main sail are made of heavy dark tanbark Dacron in nearly new condition made in Holland by a professional sail loft.
|39465||21 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri||$64,900|
|Resently Restored 21 Capri, new 5200 bottom, original sides with some new, all refastened and with 5200, all new cover boards, and decks. new red interior, flooring, crash pad, and rebuilt gauges. engine is all rebuilt and runs perfect. All new chrome, windshield is buffed to clear and nice, and single axle custom trailer. |
|39464||17 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman||$19,500|
|Nice user boat that could use a refinish of the deck to make it very nice. Bottom is a no-soak epoxy bottom. Windshield has been changed to older style. Come with a cover and a nice trailer. This would be a great boat to get someone into wood boating at a reasonable cost.|
|39462||20 Feet 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility||$16,500|
|This 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility is a unique, Canadian classic that features a no-soak bottom and a 135hp Buchanan engine equipped with a closed-loop cooling system. The original 2-tone dove blue and cream interior is in nice condition. Port-side steering and all period-style gauges. Cool raked transom and art-deco inspired hardware. Bimini top and nicely fitted trailer included. This is a great entry-level boat that performs well! |
|39460||29 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Express Crusier||$83,000|
|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.|
|39458||16 Feet 1957 Century Resorter||$9,500|
|This 1957 Century Resorter "Tournament Ski Master" with all its rigging is of a little different pedigree. It was designed and built for water ski exhibitions and recreational boat users. She features a rare optional spider-ski tow bar. It has a 135 hp rebuilt Gray Marine engine as opposed to the std 110 hp engine. 2010 complete engine rebuild, 2011 two fresh coats of Pettit Marine varnish, 2012 completely refurbished original Century trailer, 2013 re-caulked bottom and new Captain's copper bronze non-fouling paint. She has been out of the water for a few years, but still in very nice user-condition. |
|39457||16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign||$7,750|
|A project boat that needs to be put back together.
I have owned the boat since 1994 and it has been in a garage under going a very slow rework since purchase. It is almost done but I can't finish it. Mechanicals are done, new cushions, new drive shaft, rebuilt carb. Electrical system updated with two six volt batteries to run the 6 volt original system plus a new bilge pump on 12 volts. Needs hull and bottom painting.
Engine was gone through and started about 4 years ago. The mechanic that did the work is available to discuss. |
|39456||30 Feet 1986 Fairchild Scout||$69,000|
|This Fairchild Scout has been in the same hands for 10 years and has been kept to a very high standard while cruising in and around the local waters in Michigan. Prior to that this boat was owned by the designer of these boats, as he chose to keep the last hull for his own. The boat comes complete with a full slate of Electronics, a vetus bow thruster, Shore Power 30 AMP service, radar, a 10 foot Hunter Fiberglass tender and sunbrella covers and stratoglass and nylon screens for the cockpit and hatches. The boat has always been stored indoors in either cold or heated storage and is now ready for a new custodian. The engiens receives oil changes every 50 hours and again at the end of each season and the boat comes complete with all manuals and documentation.|
|39454||17 Feet 1961 Century Ski Dart||$18,000|
|This Century Ski Dart is only a 2 Family boats since new. The boat was delivered and used on Lake of the Ozarks and after the passing of the original owners the boat sat in inside storage for twenty years. The boat was purchased and restored last year. The engine is original and in very good condition at this point. Since finishing restoration the boat has only had about four hours on the engine. Runs like a top and purrs like a kitten according to the owner.|
|39453||22 Feet 1922 McNeil Norris Launch||$39,900|
|This boat was purchased in 1924 by the current owner's grandfather as a used boat. She was built by McNeil Norris of Bala, Ontario 2 years earlier and was powered by a Buchanan Junior engine. The boat sat unused for a number of years and 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. She is a wonderful example of Canadian craftsmanship and is a very beautiful long deck launch. Previously she was 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. Finish recently refreshed and the restoration is well documented in a binder that goes with the boat. |
|39452||19 Feet 1990 Kavalk Gentleman's Racer||$30,000|
|The Kavalk boats feature a deep-vee hull which rides very smooth and fast. Composite construction with a fiberglass hull and stunning mahogany decks. This 19 foot Gentleman's Racer went through a full factory-refinish in 2006 and has only 20 hours of use since. The Mercruiser 360 Magnum engine was also fully rebuilt. Restoration documentation available. Only 3 of these boats were built with the 4-seat configuration with the extended side window. Boat cover, tonneau cover, and 2 props included. Very well maintained and needs nothing - ready to enjoy!|
|39450||21 Feet 1963 Century Resorter||$14,500|
|5200 Bottom, 13 coats of varnish , the sides and transom were refinished , the toe rail was refinished , steering wheel refinished , new white interior with evergreen trim and recovered dash , IvaLite , new engine hoses and detail , new Bimini top , new color matched Hot Ropes lines , color matched fenders , new full color matched to the waterline cover , custom made and detailed Trailmaster folding tongue trailer , w 3 chrome wheels w new tires , and new lights . Boat hit something and from the shaft back put a hole in the bottom, Needs bottom fixed, new motor mounts, shaft, rudder, and strut. Otherwise the boat is in excellent condition.
|39449||15'4'' Feet 1949 Ventnor Utility||$17,500|
|Restored with new frames, chines, stem, bottom, sides, transom, cloth wire, fuel tank,+ lines. Rebuilt original Chrysler Ace with 0 hours. Retains all original hardware, gauges, wheel , flooring, upholstery. Not run since restored, includes a 2017 galvanized bunk trailer. Boat in excellent show condition.|
|39448||16 Feet 1960 Century Palamino||$4,500|
|Boat was purchased as a 1957 Palomino but during refinish it was discovered as a 1960 Roan. Decking needs redone, no rot, all chrome is redone by courtesy plating, correct horsehead lift, side V and horsehead, original side steps with white Century inserts, new lighted stern pole and flag, bow pole and flag, new red/white interior, new custom cover, 1940s style split windshield. Used as electric so Elco 9.9 (as shown) is available if wanted. Great stainless. Boat ready for refinish to pink or as a Palomino.
This is a project boat. A simple project but a project nonetheless. It needs to have the decking removed and reinstalled and the rest of the boat should be stripped and refinished. There is no rot and the bottom is solid. The bottom is original planking and has never been replaced. It is presently painted with copper antifouling paint and should be cleaned and repainted. The interior is new and is red and white and in excellent condition. The chrome pieces are all original and correct and worth over $ 2000. I have spent $ 11,000 on the boat thus far and am lowering the price to $ 4500 as I want to get the boat out of my friends barn. It is a beauty and cruises nicely on the water.|
|39446||32 Feet 1999 Hacker Craft Sport Runabout||$119,000|
|This Hacker Sport Runabout is in excellent condition and well-equipped with every factory option (closed cooling system, stainless prop shaft, sundeck, custom windshield, dual voltage fridge, head, bow thruster, and swim platform. The varnish has been recently updated and a new custom interior has been added. Complete with its original matching trailer and custom mooring cover, this is an exceptional package!|
|39445||20 Feet 1951 Greavette Sedan||$25,900|
|*Very Rare 1951 20' Greavette Hard top Sedan, seats 6 . Hard top has opening front windows and sliding side windows. Fifty1Shifty has Mahogany planks with oak frames. Powered by a 6-cyl Buchanan Master straight 6, dual carbs(rebuilt in 6/18) 129 hp direct drive transmission. Many upgrades, Stainless Steel fuel tank, electric fuel pump (6/18), electronic ignition, new bottom (2015) at Miller Potters Ontario Canada. Comes with 2008 Shorelander trailer with disc brakes, Radial tires, custom bow stop, spare tire, serviced in 6/18, LED lights in excellent condition. This boat attracts attention anywhere she goes.
|39444||15 feet 11 inch Feet 1955 Wizard||$12,000|
|This 1955 Wizard Marlin is ready to take you where you want to go. Her shiny red hull is accented by some snazzy interior upholstery and will get some well earned looks when you bring her to the boat launch. This is 16 feet of fun
- Hull, deck, upholstery and ceiling liner all in great shape
· Original glass windshield - no cracks, custom cover
· New Mercury 30HP only 15 hours
· New MagicTilt aluminum trailer
· New Bimini and cover
· Ready to go, highway or waterway.
|39440||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$14,500|
|This boat was part of a pair of 17' Deluxe Runabouts that were purchased and run by the Viking Resort Hotel on Keuka Lake. It was restored in 2003 by Ed Wightman of Hammondsport, NY. It was repowered at the time of restoration. All new upholstery. Engine was laid up professionally and the boat was stored inside until it's purchase by the current owner who has operated it on Canandaigua Lake for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.|
|39439||30 Feet 1929 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout||$675,000|
|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.|
|39437||33' Feet 1921 Robert Yandt Gentleman's Racer||$185,000|
|Greyhound was built on the site of the present day Coeur d'Alene resort Hotel in 1921 by Robert Yandt for RC Dillingham of Spokane who owned a summer home across the lake in Casco Bay. Mr. Yandt was well known in the area for building fast speed boats and had been building boats since about 1910. This boat was built to a John L Hacker design and powered by 1041 CID 6cyl Sterling dolphin engine of 225hp. Lightly built of cypress, oak & mahogany she was capable of speeds close to 40mph and in the early 1920's was one of the fastest boats on Lk. Coeur d'Alene. She was the champion on the lake 1921-22. She not only raced, but was also used by the Dillinghams as a family runabout for many years. In 1940 they decided to have "Greyhound" remodeled to a more contemporary configuration. The work was done by Robert Yandt and his nephew Paul Yandt. The boat was made into a 4 cockpit mahogany runabout with forward steering & windshield. In the early 1950's Robert Yandt Jr. purchased "Greyhound" from the family after Mr. Dillinghams death and used as a water taxi on the Lake for many years. After Robert sold her, she eventually came to rest blocked up in a field where she weathered for many years. In 1989 Keith Williams purchased "Greyhound" and had her moved his home in Wenatchee,WA. Being a historian, he gathered up as much information as he could on the boat, including photos. He always dreamed of bringing her back to life, but beyond building a fine garage to protect her, he was not sure where to start on such a major project. In 1998 Keith gave "Greyhound" to Alan Thomle, owner of Alan Thomle Boat Works of Stanwood, WA under the agreement that she would be preserved and eventually restored to her original splendor. With the help of friends, work began in Oct. 2007 and was completed Sept.2008. The boat was completely rebuilt to her original configuration and has been used and shown extensively in the NW and has won many awards in all of the last ten years. The modern power makes this boat very usable and it is a very smooth & solid ride. We have used it on all the big lakes in the NW and I can honestly say its the best boat I have ever used in my 62 years of boating. Take this boat into it's 100th by brining it to the 2020 ACBS International Boat Show in Coeur d'Alene , Idaho.|
|39435||19 Feet 1997 Chris Craft Barrelback by Fish Brothers||$48,000|
|This 1997 Barrelback is in excellent overall condition and sports a recent refinish and a new no-soak bottom replacement. Classic lines coupled with modern construction techniques, these boats are very user friendly and easy to maintain. The modified planing surface makes them perform very well. Very low hours on the Mercruiser 350 engine. Ready to enjoy and needs nothing! |
|39434||32 Feet 1999 Hacker Craft Sport Runabout||$139,900|
|A stunning contemporary classic, the Hacker-Craft Sport Runabout blends classic American design with elegant European styling cues. This example features twin Marine Power 350cid V8 engines, plus recent paint, varnish, and upholstery. Upgraded with the current Hacker Craft Sport windshield and teak swim platform. Excellent overall condition and needs nothing! |
|39431||19 Feet 1952 Century Viking ||$6,000|
|I came into possession of this boat in 1979 when I purchased my home on Lake Sunapee, NH. It was hanging in the boathouse and has been kept in the boathouse ever since. After my retirement in 1998 I refurbished the boat in the early 2000's.
Among the things I did -- removed the engine -- turned the boat over -- stripped the hull finish and applied West System to the entire hull -- it now has minimal water leakage through the season. I also replaced the Gray Marine 40 HP engine with a new/old engine from Fay's Marine on Lake Winnipesaukee. The engine runs fine. I also had the upholstery redone and the hull is all refinished. I also worked a number of other issues -- wiring and steering among them.
I have used the boat on Lake Sunapee for many years including participation in several antique boat parades.|
|39427||18 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Riviera||$27,500|
|This boat has just been re varnished. And the Motor was just freshend up. Valve job, New Carburator, Generator, Distributer, battery, bilge pumps. The boat is ALL original and rides and runs perfect. The bildge pump almost never comes on. Come with a dual axel trailer. There are two boat covers, one is "Brand New" Interior is very clean. Over $48,000 invested. Bought a wake boat fo rthe kids this must go , no room. Always stored inside. Maintained professional |
|39426||16 Feet 1954 Home Built Runabout||$6,000|
|Made by the Father of the current owner this 1950 Home Built Runabout has always been in the fresh water lakes of Northern New York and Vermont. The boat has been in storage for many years and has not been used since 1993. The integrity of the hull and bottom are solid throughout, but the boat will require cosmetics such as fresh varnish There are no bare spots visible at any point on the boat and it has never spent any appreciable time in the sun. The Gray Marine 110 is in running order even after sitting for lo these many years. This boat will make an excellent winter project as some simple cosmetic varnish is needed to bring the boat back to being enjoyed. It will also require a new fuel tank as the current one has reached the end of it's tenure.|
|39425||34 Feet 1979 Marine Trader||$22,000|
| This 1979 Marine Trader has had only 3 owners since new. I have spent years on various styles of boats and there are very few boats of this size that compare to the layout of the Marine Trader 34 Double Cabin. This boat offers two cabins and two full heads. It also has a fridge, stove and is a perfect live aboard boat with the heat exchanger. Many folks have chosen this model as their choice to do " The Loop". The 34 Foot Marine Trading International was built in Taiwan and introduced in 1974 This model remains immensely popular after many years and s seen as one of the most popular trawler styled yachts of this size in the marine industry. This boat has been in fresh water all of it's life and is powered by a Ford Lehman Diesel Engine which has been well maintained and kept up for many year. The interior has been well kept and is neat as a pin.|
|39423||22 Feet 1947 Hacker Craft Utility||$49,500|
|This 1947 Hacker Craft Utility is an extremely rare boat. It is also completely original. It is powered by a Straight 6 135 HP Chrysler engine which will move the boat along nicely. The deep V-Bottom makes for a beautiful ride and is one of our favorite riding boats. IT has a West System "no soak" bottom and comes with a tandem axel trailer which is custom fitted to the boat It is complete with a full Sunbrella waterline cover which is also with the boat.|
|39421||19 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Capri||$34,900|
|Chris-Craft built just under 800 of the popular, versatile Capri models from 1955-1958. This version was a gift to the current owner in 1957 when it was new. It has been used exclusively on Skaneateles Lake in central New York State for the past 60 years, and only sparingly in the past few. In 2014 a 5200 "no-soak" bottom was installed, the original tango red and white upholstery with silver trim was updated, the sides and decks were stripped and re-varnished, and the gauges were cleaned and re-installed. The powerful KFL engine purrs as she zips along at 30 MPH. Nothing other than a lake or river is required to enjoy this beauty. |
|39420|| 18 Feet 1952 Century Resorter||$6,600|
|This 1952 Century Resorter has been boat house stored for 35 years. It is in the water currently and running. It runs great has a tight bottom and good varnish. The upholstery is original and the engine box upholstery should be replaced as it is in need of attention. The varnish is all in good condition, no popped plugs or planks. The linoleum should also be replaced. The bilges are clean and the fuel tank has been cleaned and the engine tuned up.A recent survey is available for those that are seriously interested in a Century at a great value.|
|39419||--1932 Scripps Model 153||$10,000|
|Motor is complete less carb. Also it is seized from setting and water getting in through the carbs. Have new head gaskets and original parts manual.engine is on stand.|
|39418||17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Runabout||$45,000|
|Made in Cadillac MI...sold out of Tawas Mi. 3rd owner / good records. Only 236 produced in 57 and 58....this one was the 39th and titled in 56. Only 13 still registered. Original bottom.|
|39417||18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Riviera ||$27,000|
|This beautiful Riviera recently received a new transom and a new bottom by Berkshire Wooden Boat. The original KBL engine # 61707 was recently rebuilt and runs strong. Rebuilt 6 volt components maintain originality|
|39416||18 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera||$37,500|
|Excellent professionally restored condition, this 1952 Chris Craft Riviera with her original bottom has been totally restored. The engine has been rebuilt by one of the pre-eminent restorers in the Country. The boat is now a Showpiece and needs nothing but a new Captain. Take a look at the attached video which was taken on September 30th, 2018|
|39415||19 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$80,000|
|This 1954 Racing Runabout is a proven Show Winner. It has been full restored and is brilliant in every way. The sides and deck planking are original, preserved and correct to the boat. There were 503 Racing Runabouts built and this is number 498 of 503. The last 11 boats were built with the two dash gauge cluster which is very cool. The Chris Craft MBL engine as rebuilt by John Allen engine restorer in California and runs very strong with only 10 hours on it since the rebuild. Every detail on this boat is spot on and received the Platinum Best Preserved Classic Runabout at the ACBS International Show |
|39414||14' Feet 1939 Penn Yan Outboard Cottager||$6,000|
|This beautiful fully restored Penn Yan rowboat was donated to The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum by a local collector. It is rare indeed to see these boats with the floorboards intact.It appears as an “Outboard Cottager” in a 1946 Penn Yan catalog. It appears on page 70 of Volume IV.|
|39412||18 Feet 1949 Lyman Islander||$8,900|
|Worked rebuilding boat for a few years.I am looking for a boat with a small cabin. It’s a great little boat. Runs and looks great. Has two new tops, one original and one that has more head room both have side curtains. It comes with two spare engines I picked up for spare parts.|
|39411||21'6 Feet 2017 Clarion GR21 Hughes Edition||$135,000|
|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!|
|39409||20 Feet 1986 Correct Craft Ski Nautique||$25,000|
|The leading name in watersports, Correct Craft's line of Ski Nautique boats perform excellent and are still desired by enthusiasts and competition skiers today. This 1986 model has been full restored and is in exceptional condition. Beautiful gelcoat, new factory-style interior, fresh carpet, and only one hour of runtime on the rebuilt 351 cubic inch Ford engine. Its original matching trailer has been completely powdercoated and has new lights, bearings, bunks, and carpeting. Add gas and enjoy - this Nautique needs absolutely nothing! |
|39408||12 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Swift||$5,900|
|One of Penn Yan's most popular and sporty models, the CZT Swift featured a long forward deck, center deck, and aft steering position. Their canvas covered hulls were lightweight and very quick. This example has been nicely restored and features a matching, 1953 Evrinrude Big Twin 25hp engine that has been cosmetically and mechanically restored. Complete with nice single axle trailer and custom boat cover!|
|39407||28 Feet 1972 Chris Craft Sports Express Cruiser||$24,900|
|1972 Chris-Craft 28 Ft Sports Express
Hull #58 of 75 in Bristol Condition (Boat House Kept, Fresh Water)
2 x 350 Q 235 HP Engines (Showing 450 hours) Upper and lower steer stations
Dinette, galley, large Cockpit, Double V-Birth with toilet. Custom teak trim thru-out Teak Swim Platform
2 NEW CNC Acme propellers
New Hydrollic steering, New head and holding tank, New Compass, Bridge seat,
Recent Bridge and cockpit covers
New fresh water pump, sink and faucet
Mechanical, Rebuilt Carbruatorsm fuel pumps, sea pumps, distributors
1 new starter., New plugs, caps, Spark plugs, rotors, belts. (Always Synthetic oil) 150 Gal Fuel Capacity
Fully equiped with Power cord, dock lines and fenders Beautiful Boat, Turn Key 27 MPH @ 2900 RPH Cruising Speed.
Can be trucked without fly bridge removal.
|39405||33 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Capitan Cruiser||$29,900|
|Chris Craft only built the Capitan Cruiser for 2 years in 1953 and 1954, with a total of 152 hulls produced. This boat was originally shipped to Washington state in 1954 with a pair of Model-M engines. The engines were replaced by Chris Craft in 1965 with a pair of 283 V8 units. Bottom was refastened in 2011, stripped down to wood and totally repainted in 2017. Hull sides were also repainted, aft deck replaced, new hot water heater, closed cooling system cleaned, new mooring cover, new head, new fresh water pump. Needs some work on the forward deck and railing/horn/lights to be reinstalled. Interior is in very nice condition. Seller has AC unit and Kohler generator that can be included. A 2017 marine survey is available. Sold complete with a custom tri-axle trailer as well! |
|39402||18 Feet 1936 Dunphy Runabout||$30,000|
|5200 bottom, new frames done 2017. Chris craft 6 cyl 85hp motor with 12 volt system. Double Cockpit custom cover and trailer. Used summer 2018 Runs and looks great. Can test drive. Winter storage included.|
|39401||- Feet 1950's Firestone 5 HP Outboard Motor||$300|
|I have a 1950's outboard 5hp firestone ouboard motor forsale. It turns over freely & has spark. The forward neutral & reverse works. I have no way to put fuel to it & i don't know if its 2 stroke or 4 stroke.|
|39398||20 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental||$3,500|
|Was towed from Vermont to Florida for restoration. Was hanging in a boat house for years where dampness got to seats and floorboards, which now need to be copied. Hull clean and in top condition. Front edge of deck and corner of transom needs to be re-screwed. Beautiful chrome. Missing some stainless strips, and the words, Continental, on the side.|
|39395||16 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$21,900|
|Very rare model. Only 174 built! Originally from Michigan and restored in 2007, I have owned this easy to run and store Chris Craft for 11 years. Restoration includes all metal re-chromed, varnish, striping, and bottom paint, Renco aluminum fuel tank, rebuilt original motor by Mr. B, 12 volt system, fuel/water separator, bilge pump, fire extinguisher and spotlight. In great running order and looks great but could use a fresh coat of varnish and striping touch-up. Nothing feels better than cruising in a Chris Craft! |
|39392||25 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Custom Cruiser||$22,500|
|Offered only for the 1960 model year by the Cavalier division, the 25' Custom Cruiser was an attractive size and configuration. This example is very original and well documented. She has won the "Most Original Boat of show" several years , the last in 2014, her last show appearance. The only items in the boat that are not original are the cabin carpet, 51 gallon aluminum fuel tank, the V-berth cushions and the hurricane cover. She comes with many spare parts for the engine, two extra wiper motors, two spare fenders, the original canvas (has 1-season old canvas as well), boarding ladder, boarding steps, the original two-burner alcohol stove, and oscillating fan in the cabin. Owner has installed a house battery and an Automatic Charging Relay on a multiple battery switch so that both batteries receive the correct amount of charge. There is also a shore powered charger in the engine room. The hull was repainted in 2017 and the varnish renewed in 2018. This is a fast cruiser, quick to plane with one or a dozen on board.|
|39391||13 Feet 1955 Lyman Outboard||$6,800|
|The 13' outboard was one of Lyman's most popular models and remained almost unchanged from 1946 until the late 1950's. This 1955 model has been fully restored and is in excellent condition. She is rigged with a 25hp Mercury outboard and complete with a single axle trailer. The perfect entry level boat! |
|39390||20 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Continental||$29,900|
|The flagship model of the Chris Craft utility lineup! This Continental received a comprehensive restoration in 2000 which included virtually all new wood. Upholstery replaced with attractive green naugahyde in 2017 and fresh varnish work completed in 2018. Only 221 of this model were built between 1955 and 1957. Used each season and well cared for since its restoration. Engine was rebuilt at the time of restoration and has low hours. Ready to enjoy and sold complete with a custom fitted trailer and custom mooring cover. Brakes and bearings recently replaced. |
|39389||18 Feet 1963 Cruisers Inc Outboard||$5,500|
|This 18 Foot 1963 Cruisers Inc. Outboard has been in the same Family for 24 years and used always on a small lake in Eastern, Ontario. The boat has been very well kept throughout the years. The interior wood seat have been revarnished along with the exterior and bottom in 2017. The boat has always been in fresh water. and bears US Registration. The convertible top frame is in good shape but the actual canvas should be replaced. |
|39388||21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri||$99,000|
|Purchased as a gray boat in 1999 and underwent a comprehensive, 5-year restoration, completed in 2012. The goal of the restoration was to bring the boat back to as close to factory condition as possible.Originally delivered to Cleveland Boat Service in June of 1955. Only 170 of the 21 footers were built between 1955 and 1956. This 1955 example features the 1-year gold tolex interior as well as the upgraded, factory-original Chrysler M45S HEMI engine, which was only installed in a handful of the 21 Capris. Over the last 7 years, the boat has won no less than 14 awards, including Best Chris Craft, Best Runabout, 1st in Place, Best Classic Runabout, Best in Class.|
|39386||32 Feet 1977 One Design Sailboat|
|This is a one design sailboat built by Vic Carpenter in 1977. Mr. Carpenter was a skilled craftsman who was well known in Canada and regarded as a builder of quality boats. This boat has been in the same Family since 1977 and is now ready for a new Captain. During this time the boat has always been used in the cool fresh water of the Muskoka Lakes and stored indoors when not in use. It is powered by a 10HP outboard nd was designed to be a one sailor boat. It has a keel with a center board and small cuddy cabin for storing personal belongings. There is a good collection of main sail, 3 jibs and a spinnaker all in good shape. |
|39385||19 Feet 1961 Century Resorter||$6,000|
|Restored in 1998, bow was changed to Coronado, all original upholstery, eye catching paint, everything in nice condition, sliding top, fiberglassed bottom, a few cracks in original windshield. New owner pulled Ford interceptor engine and trans to change oil pump, - it was stolen. Kept inside clean garage ever since.|
|39384||17 Feet 1927 Welsch Brothers Kingfisher Runabout||$4,000|
|Found as an unfinished kit, hull only, very carefully built, 5/16 or 3/8" mahogany and all brass screws, high quality, light weight. A craftsman we found assurred us he could build the decks. His work did not produce a fair and even deck. Owner became ill, boat, clean and dry waiting for completion.|
|39383||17 feet Feet 1960 Home Built||$6,000|
|Standard style hydroplane raceboat project, well built, was neglected for some time, now refinished inside and out, ready for engine detailing, and re-installation. Vintage homebuilt wooden trailer in good shape.|
|39382||26'4" Feet 1970 Lyman Cruisette||$19,500|
|GEM is a 26-foot Cruisette, one of Lyman's most popular models. She spent her first 45 years on Lake Erie and the last three in the fresh water of Tom's River, New Jersey. Since new she has been used lightly, with only 338 total hours on her original, powerful Crusader 260 engine. In 2009 the engine was pulled, the seals redone and the filters, carburetor, fuel pump, points, plugs, belts and wires were replaced. A new stainless steel frame, convertible top, side curtains and aft cockpit cover were installed in 2017. Bottom, sides, decks and transom are in excellent condition. All mechanicals are in top working order, including a new, never-used Port-a-Potty. Also onboard are trim tabs, an antique binnacle and compass, a nearly-new Garmin GPS set, and an original but rarely used full canvas mooring cover. GEM is a beautiful boat that rides well in any conditions. |
|39381||22 Feet 1949 Shepherd Utility||$29,500|
|This 1949 Shepherd Phantom Utility is powered by a Gray Marine 327 cu. in Fireball V8 with a direct drive 1:1 velvet drive transmission. Shepherds were built to withstand rough seas and the 22 foot version is well equipped for any type of water. The boat received a comprehensive restoration by a well regarded boat restoration shop and was completed in 2014. She has 99% of her original wood. The boat has been done to Shepherd highest standards and the boat is in overall excellent condition. The brightwork has been redone and the spotlights and hardware were re-chromed. Pettit hard Racing bronze finished out the bottom paint. The boat comes complete with a 2014 Tandem Trailer and Wicker Chairs to enhance the entertaining experience. |
|39380||22 Feet 1931 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout||$64,000|
|One of only eight model 22-35 Triple Cockpit Runabouts built in 1931! Two of these models are known to exist today. This 22 foot Gar Wood is in excellent condition and shows very well. Older restoration, kept on a lift and used sparingly. Replaced, no-soak bottom, excellent topsides, nice chrome and interior. Originally powered by a 125hp Chrysler Imperial 6cyl engine. Currently powered by a similar-era Chrysler 6cyl. This boat was built in 1931, but was not sold and delivered until 1934. She was titled and subsequently registered as a 1934 model. Awarded "Best Gar Wood" at Skaneateles 2018. |
|39379||17 Feet 1974 Homebuilt Sea Knight||$4,995|
|Classic 17' popular Sea Knight, oak frame, plywood hull, fiberglass coating/seams, front hatch
65 HP Mercury 650 single short-shaft outboard motor tuned in 2018
18 ft Vanson trailer with brand new tires.
2019 Registration for boat and trailer and last used in 2013 on Lake Lopez.
This Sea Knight was hand-built by my meticulous Dad & furnished by my sewing Mom in the 60's and it's brought our family lotsa fun on Lake Nacimiento since the 70's. But Dad is gone now and his dream needs to live on with an appreciative owner that would polish and cherish her fine lines and get her out on the water more often. She needs a nickname too! LOL.
It is a king-sized outboard cruiser in an ideal length for easy trailering. It's a very nice boat for all water sports like fishing, diving, and water skiing. It needs very little power for a sweet ride and a larger motor can be used for water skiers. The motor is virtually concealed in the well yet readily accessible. The Sea Knight cabin has a portable toilet, 2 berths for sitting or sleeping & under lid storage for sleeping bags and food. Both walls have fishing rod holders. The extra large cockpit can also fit 2 more sleepers. $4995. |
|39378||26 Feet 1971 Lyman Sleeper||$15,500|
|This 1971 Lyman Sleeper has spent many years in the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River region. It recently underwent some plank replacement and is now sound and ready for a new owner. It is powered with a Chrysler 340 cu. in engine which moves the boat along at 30+ MPH. The boat is a lapstrake hull, clinker-built design with twin batteries and switch, a depth finder, fish finder, a swim platform and full canvas covers. It is fully loaded for boating and ready to go. Lastly the boat is sold with a 2016 tandem-axle trailer which was custom fitted for the boat and has been used only for storage until now. It will pull the boat home nicely.|
|39377||15'9" Feet 1959 Cruisers, Inc.||$5,900|
|This boat has been in our family since 1964. She was last in the water in 1992 in the St. Lawrence River. She was restored over 5 winters with completion in 2014. All hardware was rechromed. Seat cushions are in like-new condition. Two restored fuel tanks.|
|39376||30 Feet 1965 Henry Luhrs Sea Skiff Shelter Cabin||$6,250|
|Very original boat which needs wood repair to cabin / deck joint and some bottom repair. Motor starts and runs excellent. Interior is in great condition.|
|39374||13' Feet ca. 1930's Detroit Boat Co||$2,500|
|hull in intact but needs a complete refinish. Some possible repair of ribs is needed. |
|39373||26 Feet 1995 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout||$79,500|
|Very good condition 26-foot 1995 Hacker reproduction triple cockpit runabout - with the desirable pass-through between the first and middle compartments. She is amply powered with a big Crusader 440 and is a clean and solid user boat with a few minor scratches and spots that do not detract from her overall beauty. Current owner has had her on an Adirondack Mountain lake for over 18 years and kept in the boathouse or at Hacker facility on Lake George every winter. Varnish was updated around 2012 and four planks were replaced in the late 2000s.
|39372||19 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Capri||$39,000|
|This beautiful 1958 Chris Craft Capri has been under single ownership for 20 years and has had only 3 owners since new. Only 786 Capris were built between 1955 and 1958. With their 2-tone blonde and red mahogany deck scheme, they have become one of the most desired post-war Chris Craft runabout models. This example features its original Tango Red & White interior with silver piping, which is in very good condition. The bottom was replaced with a no-soak 5200 bottom in 2018 by a renowned boat restoration shop. 1958 was the last year for this style of Capri. The boat has been featured in magazine ads and a magazine article. Only three owners since new and the original sales receipts. Always boathouse kept and offered with low hours and new electronic ignition. The boat was shown once in 2008 only and won Best Preserved Runabout under 22 feet. The boat is in ready to enjoy and worthy of adding to your permanent collection. |
|39371||22 Feet 1948 Jeffrey Triple Cockpit Runabout||$20,000|
|Built in the town of Athens, Ontario, Myles Jeffrey is best known for his time working for Chris Craft, Gar Wood, and Dodge as a boatbuilder. In 1932, Jeffrey began building his own designs, blending features from the big 3. A unique feature to all Jeffrey boats is the full deck-length glove compartment that houses a paddle and boat hook. This 22 footer was originally one of 2 sedans built by the company. Later in life, she was converted into a triple cockpit. The boat was rescued in 1992 in derelict condition and restored over a 5 year period. Powered by a straight 8 Kermath 130hp engine. She is in good "driver" condition and priced very fairly for a boat with such interesting history. |
|39370||25 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Express Cruiser||$4,500|
|I bought this 1955 Chris Craft Express Cruiser with the intention of restoring her. I do not have enough time to finish the project but believe strongly that it is worthy project and a great boat. The bottom was fiberglassed by the previous owner. I had the hardware rechromed, wiring replaced and converted it from a 6 Volt to 12 volt. The carburetor was rebuilt and new fuel filters have been installed. The boat has always been in fresh water. |
|39367||21 Feet 1954 Port Carling Seabird||$4,000|
|Well maintained, exterior and interior restored in 80s. Beautiful above waterline, requires work on bottom. Boathouse stored. Red mahogany on oak, even board finish.|
|39363||37' Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commander||$17,000|
|She is a 37' "Classic" Chris Craft with twin 280 HP FWC Volvo/Penta engines installed in 2008; each engine has about 725 hours. She has reverse cycle heat/AC and a hard top combined with a convertible soft top. New paint has been applied to most surfaces and much of the bottom has been refastened and seams caulked. New through-hulls were installed spring 2018 for engine coolant intakes, head in and out, and AC intake. Engine oil and transmission fluids were changed, along with oil and fuel filters, in Spring 2018. New impellers were installed Spring 2018.
The V-berth cushions were re-upholstered and the convertible soft top and bow cover were dry cleaned last winter. There is a new sectional sofa in the cabin. The bow tow rail and aft-side hand rails were redone this summer with Cetol stain and gloss and they look great. All systems are in working condition. The boat is in fine mechanical and structural condition. All decks are original teak and in fine condition.
Cruising speed is around 18 MPH, with a max speed of around 30. Fuel tank capacity is around 150 gallons (2 @ 75 gallons port and starboard tanks). There is a 30 amp shore power hookup with one cord. There is also a new Raymarine GPS with Navionics and fish finder. The trim tabs have new motors, actuators and sensors for trim tab positioning. Shed kept, she is an example of a popular classic that is a great family day cruising boat that turns heads wherever you will go.
She is located in Chester, MD.|
|39362||14 Feet DeSilva C-Stock Racing Runabout||$7,950|
|This DeSilva C-Stock Runabout is a proven racing hull that was very competitive in its day. A stable and fast boat, she is powered with a beautifully restored Mercury 30H factory racing engine. The engine was originally campaigned by Wain Trotter and was the 1983 Canadian High Points Champion and the 1983 National Champion. |
|39361||22 Feet 1967 Century Coronado||$16,000|
|1967 Century Coronado, Rare 440 Chrysler, 4 barrel carbs inboard nicely restored classic, with trailer ready to go|
|39360||16 Feet 1953 Grew Outboard||$3,000|
|Built in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Grew boats were well built and Canada's answer to Lyman boats. This example has been in the same family since the 1950's. Serial # CDR 1854. Always well maintained, repainted in 2018. |
|39359||17 Feet 1956 Wittholz Design Sailboat||$15,000|
|This is a 1956 Wittholz Design Sailboat. I have owned the boat for many years and have restored it twice during my tenure. It has a new main sail and an older job that are both in good condition. The inboard 8HP engine runs and starts well. The fittings are bronze and wood. The hull is an oak frame and sitka spruce. The centerboard is about 300 Lbs of Iron and is completed with an oversized rudder. The boat sits comfortably on a single axel trailer which holds the boat well and it tows nicely.|
|39358||17 Feet 1949 Correct Craft Dart||$29,900|
|1949 Correct Craft Dart 17 foot runabout, powered by 112 hp Graymarine w/ Capital 1 A tranny Original Sutton 6 volt bilge pump and Dry soda fire ext.
Updated raw water pump. Boat was repainted in 2000, but all else is original to 1949
Boat is water ready.
|39357||18' Feet 1935 Electro Craft|
|This boat has spent 83 yrs. on Canada Lake, NY. I am the 3rd/5th owner, the boat has a new charger & is powered by 6 -12 volt batteries.|
|39355||18 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Holiday|
|This is a 1962 Chris Craft Holiday measuring 18 feet in length. The boat was purchased for restoration but the project was never completed. What was done was that the a new bottom was installed and all damaged wood was replaced. All parts , seats and windshield are there and in good shape. The boat will require new upholstery and the steering wheel is not correct for the boat. The windshield is in excellent condition. The 327 engine has been rebuilt by a car guy and is strong and ready to go. The C-Hawk trailer was purchased new in 2013 and has been sued only twice and kept inside all of the time when not in use. This is very worthy project and given that the engine and bottom have been done it is a project that could be done without flipping the boat over and getting into an extensive job.|
|39353||30 Feet 1991 Hacker Boat Co. Custom Launch||$39,000|
|Hacker Boat Company of Silver Bay, NY (Lake George) built only three of the Custom Launch model, making this a rare entry in the universe of reproduction boats. She is well-designed, elegantly appointed and powered by a hefty Crusader engine. |
|39352||Chrysler Model CM 6 Cylinder Engine||$1,900|
|6 Cylinder Chrysler Model CM engine, the original engine for a 1928 Chris Craft Cadet. Complete less the starter and ready for rebuild. Engine block and internal components have been magnafluxed.|
|39350||18 Feet 1954 Hunter Utility||$25,000|
|Hunter Boats were built in Orillia Ontario and are known for their fine Canadian Craftsmanship. Very few of these boats are known to still exist as they disappeared due to attrition. The owners of this boat have owned and maintained it for 8 years. Floor, engines, exterior hull have been restored. Boat is in excellent condition and ready to run. During their ownership the boat has been restored with a new floor, rebuilt engine, Transmission , and varnish..|
|39348||20 Feet 1989 Elite Craft||$33,000|
|In 2012 this sharp-looking Elite Craft Riviera received an extensive upgrade to the engine and other systems, including conversion to closed cooling for salt water use, rebuilt Holly 4 barrel carb, rebuilt water pump, alternator and starter, new wiring harnesses, and new bilge pumps and blowers. The hull is in terrific shape and she runs like a top.|
|39347||22 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Cadet||$22,500|
|This 1928 Chris Craft triple cockpit runabout has had its hull completely restored and is ready to be finished. Bottom redone, all new decks, hullsides/transom/decks all in fresh stain and varnish. Most of the hardware is present and in rough casting condition. Included with the boat is a Chris Craft 283, 185hp engine which will fit the boat well and move along nicely. A fitted single axle trailer is included as well. |
|39345||21 Feet 1958 Century Coronado||$39,900|
|Complete stem to stern restoration completed in 2014. Double, no soak 5200 bottom. Documentation back to original owner. All gauges & equipment work correctly. Options include sliding hard top, IVA light, water ski pull ring. Very Stylish Turn key boat - ready to go!|
|39344||1903 28 Feet Canadian Cedar Strip Launch ||$28,000|
The "Long Lake Lady" is a beautiful 28 ft. open launch with 8 ft. beam, built in 1903 in Peterborough, ON.
On a business trip to Toronto in 1998, owner Chuck Maziasz and son-in-law, Randy Millwood, found the "Lady" in the back of a barn covered in dust and in pretty bad shape. Deciding it would be a perfect fit on Long Lake, she underwent two years of painstaking restoration under the loving hands of Ken Lavalette of Woodwind Yachts in Nestleton, ON. Leaving much original as possible, they did change the seating to be more accommodating for passengers. She was launched on Long Lake in the summer of 2000.
The engine was replaced in 2007 with an Atomic 4 engine by Torresen Marine Inc. of Muskegon, MI. The original engine for the boat from 1903 is in excellent condition and has been stored since coming to MI and is sold with the "Lady".
She was originally used to ferry vacationers to their remote cottages in the islands of Toronto area in the early 1900's. Early pictures depict her with a canopy top.
The "Lady" now leads the annual 4th of July boat parade around Long Lake, being the only wooden boat. Through the years she has been in several boat shows in Northern Michigan and won Best of Show and Boat Owners Choice awards in 2016. She is a beautiful and eye-catching picture as she putts down the lake in wonderful northern MI summers.
The "Lady" comes with a custom storage cover and two day covers to protect her finish. She tows beautifully on a duel axle trailer, and has been stored in covered facilities near her home. Yearly refinishing as needed keeps her in beautiful condition.
|39343||19 Feet 1970 Lyman Utility||$10,500|
|Freshwater only boat. Fully restored. Low (469 )hours. Bimini top with side curtains. Outdrive resealed/gasketed with new water pump in August 2018. Unusually pristine example of a late 60's Lyman. Built 1969 registered as 1970. Engine an Outdrive just serviced (summer 2018) at Shermerhorn's landing on the St. Lawrence River. Engine and Outdrive are in perfect working order. Matching form fitted upholstered seats. Factory paperwork included. Last used August 2018.Indoor storage. Needs nothing and ready to use immediately or store it as is and be the first on the water in the spring
Built in 1968 and first titled in 1970. This Lyman has very low hours and spent most of its life on the inland lakes of Ohio. Only 2 owners since new! She went through a comprehensive restoration between 2006-2012. Completely stripped and refinished, new wiring, new instrument panel, new gauges, new bilge blowers, new bilge pump, new fuel lines & filter, new tilt pump, outdrive boot, etc. Some of the hardware was re-chromed while other pieces were replaced. Trailer completely restored with new paint, wiring, brakes, tires, bushings, etc. This boat is ready to go with life jackets, throw cushion, seat cushions, fire extinguisher, anchor, paddle, boat hook, bimini top, mooring cover, dock lines. Equipped with twin 12 gallon saddle tanks. Needs nothing but a new captain!|
|39342||19 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Runabout||$42,000|
|Dee-Wite boats were expertly built by the Dwight Lumber Company of Detroit, MI between 1929 and 1935. This 1931 19 foot example has been comprehensively restored. New bottom, all original hardware sourced, modern V6 power. A very classic split-cockpit runabout and only 50 hours of runtime since completed. |
|39341||27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking||$325,000|
|Great running hull made by the Ditchburn Boat Company and synonymous with fine Canadian Craftsmanship. It has been in the same Family for 35 years and has been well cared for Summers and Winter during that time. The chrome and upholstery are in excellent shape and it is believed that the boat will survey |
|39339||26 Feet 1930 Hacker Designed triple cockpit Runabout Built by Hutchinson||$99,500|
|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. |
|39337||17 Feet 1955 Century Sea Maid||$15,000|
|Refurbished 30+ years, always stored indoors. Since being refurbished, needs some TLC.|
|39336||22 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$10,000|
|Great 1958 22’ Chris Craft Sea Skiff with original model M engine that runs strong. Chris Craft built 1,500 of these 22 foot Sea Skiffs between 1954-1959, with the model M being the largest 6 cylinder option available. Dual axle trailer that works for the boat. Has a newer convertible cover, also full mooring cover. Restored in 1998, then kept in heated storage. Attractive blue hull color. Kept in heated storage during winters now. |
|39333||19 Feet 1999 Chris Craft Blue & White Racer Reproduction||$24,900|
|Excellent user boat and fast as well. No varnishing except for inside front cockpit (dash and ceiling boards). Cold molded with fiberglass layer for abrasion on the bottom. Algrip paint on deck and topsides. Just go "Boating" and watch people give you "Thumbs Up" admiration. That has been my experience behind the wheel of this boat.|
|39331||19' Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental||$4,800|
|2nd owner, solid boat, needs refinishing. All original except for vinyl. small rot on right top gunnel. Stored with cover 10 yrs. Copy of CC Hull ID.|
|39328||17 Feet 1970 Chris Craft Lancer||$5,000|
|The Chris Craft Lancer 17 footer was a popular model and was built from 1969 through to and including 1977. In 1970 a total of only 87 of these units were built including this boat. This model was a great hull design and handled all types of water very well. This boat has been used here in the 1000 Islands and appears to have been fairly well maintained and is now ready for a new owner. Been repowered with a Mercruiser 5.0 V8 230 HP with an Alpha One Outdrive|
|39326||14' Feet 1958 Dorsett Outboard||$7,500|
|This 1958 Dorsett Runabout is rare and unique boat from the Raymond Loewy design years (1957- 1959). Loewy was renowned as the "father of industrial engineering" and the designer of the Studebaker Avanti. All original and very well preserved. Reconstructed and reupholstered seats. Red and white gel coat is unique and unusual in an era of orange, green and yellow boats. Gel coat is very good for it's age and rubs out nicely.Engine recently gone through (cost of $700) and runs perfectly. Internal 10-gallon gas tank with external filler.|
|39325||24 Feet 2003 Hacker Craft Double Extended Cockpit||$69,000|
|This strong looking 24 Foot Hacker Craft was built in 2003 and has been in the same family since new. She has a distinctive ivory interior and a unique one color decking. She stands out as a "special" alongside other Hacker boats. Included in the sale is a Hacker binder and the original engine manual. She has been lovingly cared for as a member of our family for the last 15 years and stays in our boathouse on Lake George during the summer. In the winter the boat is always stored indoors and under the care of specialists who are there to preserve and maintain her during that period. The boat's shapely sides could use some varnish but her decks and bottom are solid and in very good overall shape. The heart of the boat is the Marine Power 350 which runs strong and has somewhat low hours after 15 years of ownership. A survey was done recently and concluded that her condition is better than ours which has brought us to the point that we feel that the time is right for her to go to a new loving home. If you won't take good care of here then you should not purchase the boat!|
|39323||19 Feet 1958 Lyman Islander ||$2,900|
|Here's a decent-condition Lyman Islander that will make a great project boat for your garage or workshop this winter. At least one plank needs to be replaced, the decks have some lamination and varnish problems, and the engine needs attention, but she's otherwise intact with good wood and all her hardware.|
|39322||17 Feet 1962 ThompsonSea Lancer||$12,500|
|Second owner. I have had this boat for over 30 years. Used very little, Always kept indoors. Completely redone over the last three years. Fiber glassed the bottom, new floor boards, new fuel system with built in tank, new electrical with circuit breakers, ON/Off switch, new upholstery to match original, new top, mooring cover, mechanical steering, bilge pump, optional back seat, paint and varnish. I had a Mercury mechanic go through the engine, runs well and looks better than new. The trailer is old and marginal. This boat runs well and turns every head at the lake.|
|39321||32 Feet 1956 Hubert Johnson||$69,000|
|This beautiful picnic/fishing boat has been completely restored and refinished at St Lawrence Restoration in Clayton, NY. Has the original 1956 Chrysler Crown 115hp twin gas inboard engines. Cruises at a comfortable 17 mph with max speed around 24 mph. Boat has a new canvas top, galley with working sink, ice box, table with bench seating and bathroom. Also included are GPS, compass, trim tabs, life jackets, throw cushions, fenders, lines, boat hook, distress flag. flare kit, 110 shore power and cord, bilge blower, batteries, dual battery switch, battery charger, thru hull exhaust and sea cocks.|
|39320||16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$19,500|
|This boat was restored five years ago, and since has all instruments restored by Koscian Instruments. Further, the boat was rewired and modified to a 12-volt system. We have owned this boat for four years and have stored it in our boathouse on Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks. We have the original bill of sale. The boat was stored in a dry dock condition for 17 years prior to our purchase. This boat is in very good condition and comes with a EZ Loader trailer and original cover. All original components including the front flag and post, along with the bumble bee stern light and post.|
|39319||21 Feet 1986 Century Coronado||$28,750|
|Great condition mid-80s "fiberglassic" Coronado with a big Crusader 454 for waterskiing, tubing, wakeboarding or just cruising around with 7-8 guests onboard. Clean interior is in terrific shape with like-new upholstery and a clean instrument panel. Comes atop a solid, tandem-axle Malibu trailer.|
|39315||-- Feet early 1900's skiff chair||$400|
|Eraly 1900's skiff chair in lovely condition. wood is nicely finished and the wicker has been all redone and looks really nice. |
|39314||23 Feet 1957 Lyman Utility||$14,900|
|This boat has been on the St. Lawrence River in the Thousand Islsnds since she was delivered from the Sandusky, OH boat works in 1957. Always stored inside in the winter, she is 90% original and in great structural condition. In the past 10 years she's received a new Crusader engine, beautiful new transom, complete new windshield framing and glass, gas tank, engine box and three (3) bottom planks, plus deck work and a complete rewiring of the electrical system. A great river or small lake boat at an attractive price.|
|39313||26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$5,900|
|This 26' Chris Craft flat deck triple cockpit runabout is a great restoration project that appears to be complete with hardware. Topside wood appears to be in very fair condition, original bottom, some hullside planking replaced. There is no engine with the boat, so power options are completely open to the next owner. This is a good solid candidate that has had quite a bit of the hard work completed. |
|39311||25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman||$59,000|
|Chris Craft only built 208 of the 25 foot Sportsman models between 1946 and 1950. These examples have a very stylish sheerline and are very attractive utilities. This Sportsman has been in the same family for over 40 years and is a true survivor. Recently refinished by her owner. With some finishing touches, she can be put back together and used or taken to the next level by an ambitious restorer. Complete with all hardware and well stored over the years.|
|39310||24 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Sportsman||$28,500|
|Chris-Craft made just 38 of the 24' Sportsman model, and this is a remarkable example. Complete professional restoration completed within last 12 years by Runabout Restorations in Wolfeboro, NH (Lake Winnipesaukee). Original 283 V8 Chevy engine with less than 50 hours since rebuild. Original bottom that is tight and boat has been in the water each year. All new upholstery and three more coats of varnish in 2016. In 2017-18, sixteen (16) new sideplanks were installed, the decks and sides were stripped, re-caulked and re-varnished, and the bottom was repainted as well by a professional shop in the Finger Lakes of New York. Maintenance varnish work completed Winter 2019. This is a great boat for any type of water. Passengers will always stay dry and will easily accommodate 8 to 10 people.
|39309||23 Feet 1953 Grew Jolly Giant||$30,000|
|This Grew Jolly Giant is a Canadian built boat made of Mahogany sides and bottom and built in Penetanguishene, Ontario. The company built these for only 10 years and built usually about 10 per year. The boat is powered by a Buchanan 283 engine and has a new gas tank and a new carb kit, Survey done in 2017 and boat has not been in the water since. No trailer come with the boat but transport could be arranged.|
|39307||24 Feet 1933 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout||$32,000|
|This is a very rare 24 Foot Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout design by accliamed marine architect John Hacker. It is a smooth sided traditional Triple Cockpit and in very good condition. It is powered by a Chrysler 6-cylinder engine which will move the boat along nicely. Hutchinson's Boat Works (Alexandria Bay, NY in the Thousand Islands) runabouts and utilities are well regarded for their excellent construction and their ability to handle almost any type of water. This early example would be a welcome addition in any boathouse or collection.|
|39306||15’ Feet 1958 MacBayOutboard||$25,000|
|We have been told that this possibly the only remaining MacBay outboard left. Built in Holland Michigan in 1958. The boat was beautifully restored about 20 years ago and only used once since. The hull is plywood and it’s Powered by a
30hp vintage Johnson. It sits on a nice trailer with
good tires. The engine has not been run in several years but does turnover. Selling due to health reasons. Comes with a nice cover too. |
|39302||16 Feet 1957 Lyman Outboard||$6,500|
|Nice Lyman outboard with all original equipment and accessories intact, including custom Lyman canvas top and side curtains, hog-and-horsehair cushions, Evinrude 35 HP engine and instrumentation. Two-owner boat was originally in the Finger Lakes (New York) and most recently in the Thousand Islands on the St. Lawrence River. Restored in 2006 with several planks replaced and fresh coats of paint and varnish, she was run sparingly after the restoration and has been in storage since 2010.|
|39301||16' Feet 1947 Gar Wood Ensign||$25,000|
| Own with pride a piece of History. This 1947 Gar Wood Ensign Deluxe was the last one built in 1947 before the company closed it's doors. A Classic beautifully maintained boat with the original Chrysler Crown engine, 115 HP, original chrome fittings, upholstery holding true to the original design, and original production certificates to verify authenticity. I have owned the boat since 2013 and it has ben used primarily on a fresh water lake in California. For medical reason my boating career must end. The engine on this boat was rebuilt in the 1990's but with low hours the compression tests are superb and she runs smooth and strong. Top speed is 37 MPH. The bottom was replaced with a 5200 bottom circa 1990's and repainted last year. The fuel pump was rebuilt ion 2017 and included in the sale are all of the original operating manuals and engine maintenance and repair manuals. The trailer builder is unknown but it has been refurbished and serves the boat reliably.|
|39300||19 Feet 1972 Chris Craft XK-19||$14,500|
|This is one of only 276 Chris Craft XK-19's that were ever made and designed by famed boat designer Jim Wynne who was hired by Chris Craft to allow Chris Craft to compete with Donzi in the 1970's. This boat has a rebuilt outdrive and is very original and correct. Trailer is sold with bill of sale only. The Hull is solid and has no structural concerns. Gel Coat has faded over the years but could be brought back with minimal work. The only issues for the new owner would be with upholstery which is cracked in many spots and will need to be replaced. This is a great chance to get into a classic fiberglass boat. |
|39298||22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman||$8,000|
|Boat delivered by railroad in Clayton for 1st owner (1947-67); 2d owner (1967-88): Current owner since 1988. Engine rebuilt 1989. Vessel constructed with mahogany deck and transom, cedar planked on white oak ribs/painted hull and double planked bottom. Boat only used Lake Ontario and St Lawrence River. Dual axle homemade trailer included and has been used for storage and local launching here in Clayton. Copy of original bill and Chris Craft specs available. Home built trailer is sold on a bill of sale only. |
|39295||16 Feet 1930 Georgina Bay Skiff||$4,000|
|This is a lovely example of a Georgian Bay Skiff built around 1930. It includes two sets of oar locks, a tiller, a trailer with a spare tire and years of tender loving care. |
|39292||22 Feet 1965 Century Raven ||$10,000|
|Very good to excellent condition boat with low hours, always stored indoors and updated with recent paint, all new fuel system, batteries w switch, and dual Bilge pumps. The fore deck has been covered in Nautalex anti-skid surface. Looks and runs fast and smooth on rough water (as a lap strake boat should). Priced right for sale this year and could be used and enjoyed immediately. All Paint and Brightwork is nice. |
|39291||18 Feet 1957 Lyman Runabout||$15,000|
|Based on the popular Lyman Islander model, the 18 foot runabout was the next evolution in design with a larger, 6 cylinder engine and forward steering configuration. This boat has been with the same owner for 25 years and has been very well kept. The original Gray Marine engine has been completely rebuilt and the boat received some rib and bottom work recently. Nice canvas, interior cushions, crystal clear side windows, full cover, and a well fitted trailer. Complete with period correct fishing tackle for display. This little Lyman is in great shape and ready for her next custodian! |
|39290||20' Feet 1968 Chris Craft Grand Prix ||$49,900|
|This is a 9/10 boat, completely restored in late 90's, and subsequently re-varnished bi-yearly thereafter. My father can no longer care for this boat, that is the only reason for selling. He is the third owner, with the boat being kept on Lake Gage in northern Indiana her entire life. Feel free to call with any questions. |
|39289||19 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback||$49,900|
|The beautiful and iconic Chris Craft Custom Runabout! Chris Craft only built 433 of these boats between 1939 and 1942, yet she is one of the most recognizable runabouts built by the company. She features her original Chris Craft MBL engine, the largest available option during production. The boat was comprehensively restored during the 1980's and a new West System bottom was installed 2009-2010. Award winner in Coeur D'Alene. One owner since restoration, well cared for and carefully stored. Folding Bugatti windshield, beautiful interior, blue faced gauges, banjo steering wheel - a lot of style packed into a 19 foot runabout! |
|39277||21’ Feet 1954-56 Glaspar||8500.00 or best |
|80% restored using fiberboard for stringers ,floor and transom .All new two tone original color gelcoat . Call or email for more info |
|39276||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$29,900|
|Between 1950 and 1954, Chris Craft was very successful in building and selling 1210 of the 18 foot Riviera models. The first 119 units were upholstered in a an attractive maroon material and all those after were done in red. The striking 2 tone decks caught everyone's eye and the blond king plank pulled people towards this model. This example has been very nicely restored. Replacement bottom, excellent interior and chrome, recently refinished. Ready to enjoy! |
|39273||12 Feet 1955 Penn Yan||$2,700|
|Professionally fiberglassed and professionally restored. Woodwork perfect. Excellent condition. Serial # intact. Always stored indoors.|
|39262||20'6" Feet 1941 Gar Wood Deluxe Utility||$29,900|
|Very clean boat that was restored in 2008/09. The boat was stripped to bare wood, five or so planks were replaced at the time. The bottom was completely refastened. The 350 engine was also installed at that time. The original engine is available for the boat.|
|39261||22 Feet 1941 Hutchison Utility||$11,000|
|Hutchinson boats were built in Alexandria Bay, New York and designed to easily handle the waters of the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River. The company offered runabouts, skiffs, utilities and commuters and later went on to build submarine chasers during the World War II for the United States Navy. Hutchinson boats are highly-regarded for their craftsmanship, heavy build and simple style. Most have spent their entire lives on the St. Lawrence River in freshwater. This boat is on one of these classic examples, and the winner of numerous awards at the Alexandria Bay ACBS Antique Boat Show in the 1990s.
Water tight hull and fully functioning engine.
|39253||22" Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$66,000|
|This Chris Craft Triple Cockpit is believed to be the last one made. The current owner has owned the boat since 1990. The boat has a West System bottom installed and also around the same time it had a Crusader 350 engine. The seat cushions and upholstery have been replaced and are in very good condition. |
|39252||26 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$115,000|
|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.|
|39251||36 Feet 1986 Grand Banks Classic||$89,000|
|This Grand Banks is a full time freshwater boat here on Lake Ontario. It has distinctive teak trim transom and rails, bow and a large deck house. It has been well maintained and is a great blue water cruiser. It is well equipped for extended Cruising. It offers the classic Grand Banks styling and legendary quality and a well proven design. It offers a spacious layout with two staterooms and private heads so that the owners can accommodate guests or children. The "Classics" offer a lower helm station as well as a fly bridge. The boat has low hours and is tidy in appearance throughout with only minor general and ongoing maintenance to attend to such as wood varnishing.|
|39250||16 Feet 1920 Port Carling Waterford Dispro||$10,500|
|This 1920 Disappearing Propeller boat is a beautiful survivor that maintains nearly all original wood. She has been nicely restored and is a very rare "Waterford" model that is 16 feet overall. These early examples are very rare and this boat is a true time capsule. Would be a great boat for exploring uncharted areas or putting around at cocktail hour. |
|39249||20 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sportsman||$29,900|
|This Chris Craft Sportsman 20 footer has been nicely restored and upgraded with a 350 cid Chris Craft conversion V8 engine. She features a no soak 5200 bottom and replaced transom. The ceilings were removed in 2016, stripped, and refinished. The flooring was also replaced with original style Nautolex at this time. Only 152 of the 20 foot Sportsmans were built between 1957 and 1959, and the tango red interior was only offered for 1958 and 1959. This is a very practical classic that is ready to enjoy!|
|39248||19 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$56,995|
|Full restored boat with replaced bottom and rebuilt engine. The boat has had very little use since restoration. The boat is currently in Show Condition. Comes on a custom C-Hawk trailer that was built for the boat. Also has a full waterline cover.|
|39241||18 Feet 1953 Mandella||$19,000|
|Original owner. My wife's father bought the hull in 1953 direct from Mandella. It has a Glenwood V-Drive with a 390 with app 3 hours on it. We have a lot of photos and a book of what the boat has been through during ownership and restoration. We had it restored about 10 years ago including rebuilding the engine. We also have original Mandella decals. It is in beautiful condition.|
|39240||19 Feet 1980 Cobalt Bow Rider||$7,500|
| This single-owner Cobalt has always been used in freshwater. Mercruiser power, teak steering wheel, depth/fish finder, ski mirror, bimini top, new prop and lower unit. Engine recently tuned. All original upholstery in great condition. Turnkey classic 80s Cobalt ready to go for a boat ride! |
|39239||28'6 Feet 1999 Hugh Saint Custom Picnic Launch||$79,000|
|The current owner has owned the boat for the last 19 years and has toured it from the Muskoka region to the Bahamas and most of the major rivers in the Eastern USA. Street legal trailering width with no permits required. Designed by marine architect Charles Jannace and built by Hugh Saint in 1999. She has a top speed of 44mph and cruises very comfortably at 24mph. The picnic launch design is exceptional for entertaining guests and she is equipped with facilities, a large built-in ice box, picnic table, microwave, sink, and a fresh water shower on the transom. Cold molded construction, Honduras mahogany decks. She has a 454cid Mercruiser engine coupled to a new Bravo-3 outdrive. Equipped with a bow thruster for easy docking. Halon automatic fire extinguisher system, 70 gal. fuel capacity. This beauty needs nothing and is ready for her next adventure! |
|39237||19 Feet 2015 Chris Craft Special Race Boat Reproduction||$34,000|
|This reproduction Special Racer was expertly built by Vintage Craft in 2015. Only 51 of the original Chris Craft boats were ever built between 1936-1937. This example is nicely finished with correct hardware and the original style blue & white color scheme. Full cold-molded construction, built from the Chris Craft lines. Only 38 hours of use on the Indmar 350hp V8 engine! |
|39234||17 Feet 1968 Century Resorter||$5,000|
|The hull of this Century Resorter is straight and was refastened with silicon bronze screws in 2014. Soft spot in frame repaired and impregnated with CPES. Original bottom tight and ready for to splash after soaking. Engine refurbished 2014 and runs well but the port exhaust manifold will require a weld repair. . Good trailer. Used last summer for skiing. Original upholstery is worn but usable. Replacement engine box needs upholstery as well. All lights and gauges work except fuel level. We have never used ethanol in the engine and is being offered for a very fair price. |
|39226||18 Feet 1956 Port Carling SeaBird||$2,500|
|Port Carling SeaBird that runs well but needs attention - some varnish, some paint and a replacement plank or two. Always kept in a boathouse with a custom-fitted cover. Engine valves set plus a new head gasket. New rudder. |
|39221||22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Holiday ||$28,000|
|It was restored 1991-2003. It has a west system bottom, new deck, partial planking, rebuilt motor, marnolium flooring, interior cushions reupholstered, chrome is re chromed.
minimal use since restored. Always stored inside. Full travel cover.
|39220||12 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Cartopper||$2,000|
|This boat had been stored inside there loft of a garage for over 40 years. My neighbor bought the house, and gave it to me. I did some shoveling snow for him over the years, and he gave it to me. I have the original oars, and a set of paddles that looks like they came with it too. A they have metal pretty trim on the end, and also have the original regular boat paddle that came with it. I say that because it's the same color.|
|39218||24 Feet 1925 Ditchburn Launch||$125,000|
|This 25 Foot Ditchburn Launch was founder 30 years ago on an Island in Georgian Bay (off of Port Huron) and we had it rebuilt in Gravenhurst. During the restoration process I drove from Toronto to Gravenhurst throughout the winter to see the refurbishing process. The boat was completed and has been with us ever since and is stored in our Island Boathouse year round. The boat has been operated every summer without any mechanical issues.
A few years ago the stern of the boat was revarnished due to the sun fading as well as repainting the bottom of the boat. We are unaware of the boat needing any work at the current time and consider it to be in excellent condition.|
|39217||30 Feet 1989 Hugh Saint Triple Cockpit Runabout||$119,000|
|Built by Hugh Saint Custom Boats in 1989, this 30 foot triple cockpit runabout is a stunning contemporary build. Only 341 hours of use since new and completely refinished with 12 coats of varnish in 2017. Mahogany planking, cold molded construction, teak cockpit soles, and leather upholstery. Sold complete with a custom built tandem axle trailer. This triple needs absolutely nothing and has been exceptionally maintained.
|39216||17 Feet 1965 Grady White Pamlico||$6,000|
|We purchased this boat in 1966. Her first owner only had her for 1 1/2 boating season. She's never been restored as she has always been maintained and keep stored during the off seasons. Her original outboard was replaced with her current 1984 75 HP Evinrude. She has been presented several times at the Mystic Antique Wood Boat Show and the Vintage Treasures Boat Show in Essex. Both in CT. |
|39211||20 Feet 1984 Tiara ||$6,500|
|This Tiara has owned by the current family since 1991 and been run always in the cool, freshwater of the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River. It is in very good overall condition and has been well maintained. Engine runs well.|
|39210||26 Feet 1967 Lyman Sleeper||$16,000|
|Good condition example of Lyman's popular Sleeper model, but in the larger 26-foot length for better handling in rougher waters. Roomy with high gunnels, she'll keep fidgety tots and youngsters from tumbling overboard while providing lots of space for 8-10 adults to spread out comfortably during a day cruise. Powered by a new Crusader XL V-8. Paint and varnish were redone in 2015. Package includes a power anchor, radio and SONAR.|
|39209||16 Feet 1959 Century Resorter||$15,900|
|Originally sold by Murdon Marine, the region's Century dealer, in 1959. She was custom built for a client on Lake Rosseau. Bottom, chines, and stem were replaced in 2006 and the boat has been well maintained and boathouse-kept since. The Gray Marine 135hp V8 has been rebuilt and has low hours. Upholstery redone at the time of restoration. Professionally stored and maintained annually, this little Resorter is in nice shape and ready to enjoy! |
|39208||24 Feet 1956 Greavette Streamliner S-Cockpit||$125,000|
|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!|
|39207||25 Feet 1966 Lyman Sleeper Utility||$22,500|
|This beautiful Lyman has gone through a comprehensive restoration which included new ribs, transom, decks, teak king plank & windshield, cockpit sole/flooring, mahogany seats/bulkheads/cabinet doors. The original Gray Marine V8 engine was rebuilt and the entire boat was rewired. New fuse panel, switches, battery selector, and restored gauge panel. Prop shaft, cutlass bearing, and prop replaced. Complete with a new custom Loadmaster trailer and a Jabsco toilet + hoses not yet installed. These boats are perfect for entertaining and this example is exceptional!|
|39206||21 Feet 1921 Ditchburn Launch||$49,900|
|Featured in the book, "Ditchburn Boats, A Muskoka Legacy"; this Ditchburn launch has been beautifully restored and lovingly maintained. People's Choice award winner in NH ACBS. 80% original wood above the waterline, all original cast aluminum and nickel plated hardware. Bottom, keel, and stringers have been replaced. The Buchanan Junior-4 engine has been rebuilt, starter and generator recently redone. She is a great runner and ready to enjoy!|
|39205||22 Feet 1975 Century Coronado||$17,500|
|1975 CENTURY CORONADO, Very nice example od a beautiful vintage Century. Emeraid green, repaint over white (redone) chrome is very good with several new adornments from A & A MARINE, 49 Hours showing on hour meter since new 454 (350/HP) MERCRUISER Engine installed. the boat runs/drives/rides great. All components and gauges work as they should except for speedo. (needs new hose hookup). Teak bow rail and stran flag pole included. Velvet drive transmission is wonderful. Full marine survey done on this boat last summer. All systems, engine stringers and floors are very good condition. The boat looks and runs great. Brand new waterline custom cover and nice trailer included. This boat get compliments were ever it goes.|
|39204||16 Feet 1940 Peterborough Speedster||$12,500|
|Top-notch condition Peterborough Speedster from the late 30s or very early 40s. Spent her first 40 +/- years on Charleston Lake, ON, then 30 years in storage before a full, bare-wood restoration in 2007-08. Includes a new mooring cover and 15 hour Mercury Sea Pro engine. A perfect boat for cruising or fishing on a small lake or river. |
|39203||21 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Super Sport||$15,000|
|Boat was purchased by my father in about 1972 from the original owner. Hull number research indicates that it was one of about 40 of this model built by Chris Craft in 1964. It has served as the family ski boat for the past 40+ years, primarily at Lake Tahoe, but also a few trips to the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta (boat has never been in salt water). Lot of enjoyment for mom and dad, 3 sons, their wives, and most recently 8 grandchildren. All of the grandchildren learned to water ski behind the Chris Craft.
Mechanically, the boat has been very reliable. The reverse gear was reconditioned in 1993 and a new bottom was installed in 1998 by Philbrick Boat Works. All of the seat cushions were recovered in 1996. Water pump replaced in 2000. Other small maintenance items since 2000: new bilge pump, new solenoid, new starter drive clutch, etc. Since purchase, boat has always been stored indoors, in my father's garage until 2009 and thereafter in a boat storage warehouse. Boat has been used infrequently since 2005, mainly for 5 or 6 two-week trips to Lake Tahoe. Grandkids now grown--time to let another family enjoy one of the last woodie's that Chris Craft made.|
|39202||12 Feet 1954 Paceship Outboard||$5,500|
|Boat was in inside storage since new. It was pulled out of storage in 1997 and used a couple of times and put back in inside storage. The boat has not been in the water for at least 4 years. Boat is sold with no wood issues at all.|
|39200||20 Feet 1990 Classic Craft Gentleman's Racer||$90,000|
|Built Auckland NZ, 5/8" Mahogony over 1/4" marine ply, clear fibreglass outer shell.Rigid water tight hull. One owner, Boathoused since new, refinished 2015. Handles beautifully , runs perfectly, a true Gentlemens Racer.|
|39198||17 Feet 1966 Century Resorter||$24,900|
|This classic ski boat of the 1960's, the Century Resorter has been fully restored and is ready to use or show. Winner, 2017 Smith Mountain Lake Antique Boat Show for Best Century Boat. Features A Ford 390 offering a strong 300HP in excellent condition offering , with new starter and a new carburetor. Includes sliding convertible top.|
|39197||16 Feet 1960 Century Resorter||$17,900|
|This 16' Century went through a full restoration 12 years ago and has been very well maintained. Kept on a covered lift during the summer months and used a dozen times per season. The original Gray Marine Fireball V8 was fully rebuilt 7 years ago and has low hours. Bottom replaced as original 12 years ago. The boat has been nicely restored to factory original condition and the seller has the original accessory convertible top, not currently installed on the boat. Equipped with original ski-tow pole. Sold complete with a single axle trailer and ready to enjoy this season! |
|39195||26' Feet 1983 Chris-Craft Stinger 260 SL||$19,500|
|Chris-Craft's foray into high performance boats began in the late 70s with the Excalibur series, which became the Stinger models in 1981 and were recognized as Chris-Craft's top-of-the-line offshore power boats in the 80s. The 39-foot Stinger models were the featured boats in "Miami Vice" starting in 1984. This 1983, 26-foot version is powered by twin Mercruiser 260 HP V-8s that push her along at well over 50 MPH. Clean and well kept, she comes with two reconditioned props and all equipment needed for immediate use. Classic fiberglass with power and speed at an attractive price!|
|39194||25 Feet 1963 Lyman Hard Top Sleeper||$9,000|
|Hull #K-1044. Dependable, comfortable Lyman with original Gray Marine Fireball V-8 engine totally rebuilt in 2006 by Roger's Marine in Alexandria Bay, NY (in the Thousand Islands). Mahogany needs some re-varnishing and touch-up work, but engine and hull are both sound and solid. She runs the St. Lawrence River every day all spring and summer. Owner has sold his Thousand Islands home and is desirous of selling the boat. No reasonable offer refused.|
|39192||17 Feet 1973 Century Resorter||$8,900|
|These fiberglass Century Resorters offer many of the same characteristics as their wooden counterparts, but offer less maintenance and are an easy boat to own. This example received brand new stringers 6 years ago and has been well kept. Attractive cream on blue color scheme. The engine is a 318cid Chrysler V8 that has been recently tuned up and is a strong runner. This is a great entry-level inboard that handle everything from entertaining to water sports. |
|39190||23 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental||$38,000|
|Chris Craft built 170 23' Continentals between 1956 and 1958. The 23 footer was based on the popularity of the 22 foot model, but the extended cockpit offered attractive lines and more space. The current owner purchased this boat in 2004 as a bare hull that was in very good condition. Over a few years, the boat was completed, outfitted with a new Crusader 350 engine, totally rewired, new gauges, custom upholstery, 2/3 factory-style seat added in front of the engine. Only 100 hours of use since the boat was finished! Sold complete with a custom built trailer that fits the boat very nicely. |
|39188||17 Feet 1960 Mason Cruiser||$3,495|
|This is an almost showroom quality boat, that was stored for most of it's life in a garage. Boat is sound and watertight. Engine has been overhauled. New Battery, cables, Fuel tanks, fuel lines. A time capsule boat.|
|39187||16 Feet 1965 Century Resorter||$10,500|
|This one-owner Century Resorter has always been well maintained and carefully stored during the off-season months. The hull was restored in the mid-1980's, full bottom, hullsides, etc. Interior and engine are all original with 375 hours showing on the meter. Priced favorably and ready for a new captain. These 16' Resorters really fly with V8 power and this example will give her new owner many Summers of fun. |
|39185||17 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Utility||$24,950|
|Between the year of 1937 and 1939 Chris Craft built a total of 529 of the 17 Foot Double Cockpit Forward Deluxe Runabouts. They were 17 feet in length, 6 feet wide had a draft of 18 inches and weighed just slightly over 1800 Lbs. It is powered by it's original Chris Craft Model B engine providing 60 HP which moves the boat along nicely. This boat was fully restored including a West System bottom in 2014 and spent many years in the Adirondacks. The owner has a copy of the original Chris Craft Factory records which will accompany the boat. The boat is now ready for a new Captain and would be perfect as an entry level boat or on a small to medium sized lake.
|39184||28 Feet 2003 Chris Craft Corsair Heritage Edition||$65,000|
|With her retro and curved tumblehome, the 28 Corsair conveys the Classic look of yesteryear. Built on a deep V hull with a well flared bow this boat takes the water beautifully. The old world dashboard and the heritage package offer a throwback to the Chris Craft form the 1950's. Cockpit and upholstery is in very nice condition and the curved foredeck expose s a v-berth and portable head. The gel coat is flawless and is evidence of gentle use in the fresh water of the Great Lakes. Additional features include a pressure water system, cockpit cooler storage, transom shower and flip up bucket seat bolsters. These 28 foot Corsairs are in rather low supply and sought after.|
|39183||14 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Comet||$28,000|
|found this boat in a barn where it sat for 30 years. spent over 1100 hours restoring. |
|39182||17 Feet 1956 Chesapeake Cat Boat ||$18,000|
|This is a Withhold design Chesapeake Bay Cat Boat. I have had the sailboat 40 years and restored it twice. It's now ready for it's third restoration but I don't have the time. She is mahogany or pine on oak frames with a fairly new main older jib sail, barn door rudder, motor and two bilge pumps. She sleeps two on original mattresses and inclyudes a porta potty. I have taken it two trips down the Mississippi to Hannibal, Mo as well as sailing locally. I have been cruising in our bigger sailboat for 20 years for five months each year and just can't find room to restore the gaff rigged Cat.|
|39179||19 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Holiday||$19,500|
|Between the years of 1951 and 1953 Chris Craft introduced the 19 Foot Holiday. A total of 384 boats were made employing the use of two tone woods. Because of the style of the bottom these boats are best served on small to medium sized lakes. This boat has been very well maintained and has a unique teak floor installed as well as custom upholstery. It has been upgraded to a 12 Volt system and has a shore power outlet , a no soak bottom which was installed in 2014 and a bilge blower. The varnish is very nice and ready for a season of fun boating on the water. The boat also has a fresh water washout such that no salt ever sits in the motor. Over 63K has been invested in the restoration and ongoing maintenance of this boat. Lastly the Chris Craft KLC engine has been rebuilt and no provides 130Lbs of pressure per cylinder.|
|39177||30 Feet 1967 Lyman Cruisette Hard Top||$85,000|
|This stunning, classic hardtop Lyman has been meticulously maintained yearly by its owner who spared no expense. It has been completely restored from stem to stern. It is powered by twin Crusader 350 c.i. engines both of which have been completely rebuilt. These large Lyman's are very sought after and great for entertaining offering plenty of room for people to move about. This 30-foot model offers a dinette table and an entertaining area with a sink, fridge and countertop for preparing and storing snacks and drinks. It is equipped with an electronics package and everything on the boat is in good working order. The chrome is excellent demonstrating it's fresh water use as is the upholstery which has no rips or tears. The boat has been in the same family for over 15 years and due to an illness the owners are looking for a new custodian for this beautiful Lyman. |
|39176||25 Feet 1991 Clarion Gold Cup 25 Gentleman's Racer||$75,000|
|Built by Canadian builder, Clarion Boats, in 1991. One of only 5 built and one of the most stunning contemporary racers with uninterrupted style from stem to stern. Repowered it in 2010 and very low hours. The engine is a fuel injected, fully computer driven 330hp 350 Mercruiser Scorpion. The detailed woodworking is all over the boat from the radius ed center console and bucket seats to the engine compartment. Leather seats, automatic halon fire extinguisher in engine compartment, Cradle Ride Trailer. 1st place winner at 2010 Winnipesaukee boat show contemporary division, 2005 Contemporary boat of the year at the Ottawa Show. |
|39175|| 18 Feet Chris Craft Sportsman||$15,700|
|This 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman was my Father's pride and joy. Life got in the way and he was unable to use it and enjoy it as he had hoped. The boat ran perfectly when was it was stored away in 2009 and was always carefully stored indoors and protected from the elements. Varnish on sides and decks is nice, bottom will need a paint job at some point in the near future. All Original and structurally very good. Could be used and enjoyed as it is. Upholstery is all original but is ok. Make Offers...|
|39174||16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Gentleman's Racer||$24,900|
|This beautiful gentleman's racer began life as a 16 foot double cockpit Chris Craft Runabout. She was comprehensively rebuilt in 2003 using the lines of a 1928 Hacker. Full West System construction, no-soak bottom, gorgeous finish, Stuart Warner classic gauges, powered by a Crusader 4.3L V6 engine. This boat was rebuilt in a very traditional style, true to form of the original Hacker racers. Complete with trailer, custom cover, and cockpit cover. |
|39173||24 Feet 1989 Lyman Sportsman||$36,000|
|Built in 1989, this reproduction Lyman Sportsman features a low maintenance fiberglass hull and all of the appeal of a wooden boat. She sports teak decks, teak flooring, mahogany ceiling panels and all mahogany trim. She has been beautifully refinished and outfitted with all new interior woodwork. Hull sides have been refinished in dark blue Imron paint which really sets this boat apart from the others. She was enjoyed on the fresh water lakes of Ohio prior to her move to Florida recently. Complete with a mooring cover and tonneau cover. Full 2017 Garmin GPS system. Needs absolutely nothing and is ready to enjoy!|
|39172||15 Feet 1963 Penn Yan Outboard||$3,500|
|Purchased new in 1963 and ion the same Family since that time, this Penn Yan Outboard is really a time capsule and really well suited for a small body of water. The boat comes complete with paddle, spare gas cans and all marine equipment with the boat.|
|39167||25'6 Feet 1941 Gar Wood Custom Runabout||$285,000|
|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. |
|39166||1956 Wizard Super-Power 25hp Outboard||$2,000|
|Sold by Western Auto in the 1950's, Wizard outboards were actually built by Mercury Marine and rebranded with minor changes. This 4 cylinder example would have been comparable to Mercury's Mark 30 model. These motors are actually fairly rare and their light green metallic & red color scheme made them a very striking powerplant. This Super-Power 25 has been beautifully restored is sold complete with a rolling display stand and original matching fuel tank. |
|39165||24 Feet 1961 Lyman Runabout||$24,500|
|First year for the flared bow/hull providing a dry ride in steep seas. Repowered with Chrysler 440 engine and hydraulic transmission. Three year refit including overhaul of engine just completed, Sunbrella canvas and upholstery, varnish, paint and bottom work. Loadmaster trailer with new running gear. Boat is ready to be used and shown. Options: teak decks and interior covering boards in varnish; full enclosure canvas with both screens and windows; Bennett automatic stabilizers; Dual Pro battery charger with three-way battery switch; VHF radio/antenna; fish finder depth sounder; Compass; Blaster handheld spotlight; teak swim platform and boarding ladder; Pioneer radio and CD Disk changer with remote; spare prop; Port-Potti in bow cuddy; mooring lines, fenders, anchor, boat hook; monogramed towels, blanket, floor mat and throw-able ring buoy. |
|39163||Chrysler / Gar Wood Engine only ||$1,000|
|This engine was originally in a 19' Foot twin cockpit Garwood hull #4272. The engine is incomplete and was purchased in the 50's.
It is a total basket case and comes with the original gear box.|
|39162||17 Feet Constitution Woodworking Pulling Boat||$9,500|
|Sailing craft and rowboats built to the Whitehall design are considered among the top small craft. This rowboat was built in 2002 in Maine to the design of a 19th century Whitehall Pulling Boat and has been used lightly since on Ninigret Pond in Rhode Island. She has varnished sheer strakes, a painted lapstrake hull, varnished floorboards, battens to support a full canvas cover, varnished mahogany seats and transom. Two sets of oars and four brass oarlocks complete the package. The 17 foot length makes her stable and very easy to row. |
|39159||22 Feet 1983 Century Coronado||$12,000|
|Clean boat, no stress cracks, stringers are solid. Engine runs very strong, Original interior in good condition. Comes on a 2010 custom built trailer with spare tire and mount. Great family ski boat with lots of room and great ride. We get compliments on the boat every time we take it out. Comes with new road cover custom made in 2014, , convertible top with sides windows and after curtain, Very nice boat. Priced to SELL!|
|39154||24'6 Feet 1986 Custom Built Sport Racer||$58,000|
|Hull built by Gerard Longtin. Cabin and decks completed 1986 by Andress Boat Works in Ontario.
The hull has two Ľ” layers of moulded mahogany plywood using an epoxied saturation technique. Decks and interior are solid mahogany.
It has a modified vee hull, cuddy cabin and seating for six. Inboard gas engine has a downdraft carburetor and flame arrestor.
The instrument panel has a tachometer, temperature, oil pressure, volt, speedometer and fuel gauges. It has a custom wood steering wheel and a single lever throttle control with trim tab functions.
The boat has always been sheltered during ownership. In 2017 a light sanding and a fresh coat of varnish was applied, the hull was also touched up and regular engine maintenance was performed. Ready for the boating season.
A “Marine Condition and Valuation Survey” was carried out April 12, 2016 and is available for review for those expressing interest.
|39152||16 Feet 1948 Century Deluxe Utility||$24,500|
|This 1948 Century Deluxe originally came from Wisconsin and was a barn-find a few years ago. After being in dry storage for over 50 years, she has been completely restored and is ready to enjoy. No-soak 5200 bottom, new decks and covering boards, fresh interior, chrome, and all new (fused) marine wiring. The original Gray Marine 4 cylinder 75hp engine has been rebuilt and nicely detailed. Sold complete with a well-fitted single axle trailer. This beauty is a great runner and really scoots along! |
|39151||17 Feet 1950 Century Resorter||$13,375|
|This 1950 Century Resorter is a great daily driver and a perfect entry-level classic. The finish is in nice overall condition and she is a good runner. Upholstery recently replaced, bottom caulked with Sikaflex. Complete with trailer, cover, and marine accessories. Factory-equipped foot pedal throttle. Brand new copper bronze bottom paint Spring 2018. Ready to use this season! |
|39149||22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental||$29,000|
|This 1955 Chris Craft Continental has spent it's entire life in California. Most recently it has spent it's time in a fresh water lake in Northern California. The chrome and interior are in excellent condition as are the gauges. The bottom is an original, traditional bottom that requires soaking at the beginning of each season. The engine is a new Chevy 350 which will power the boat nicely and has only 40 hours since it was rebuilt.|
|39147||22’ Feet 1965 J.J. Bickford Clyst Class Sloop||$6,000|
|Flying Cloud is a 22’ Clyst Class Sloop, built in 1965. She is of carvel construction, planked in mahogany on oak frames. She is both elegant and seaworthy, capable of both shallow, inland cruising and long-distance ocean passages.
She is hull number 4, of five Clyst Class sloops designed and built by J.J. Bickford in Topsham, Devon, UK.
She has a Yanmar 1GM10 inboard engine, an efficient masthead rig, 3 berths, and a 2 burner alcohol stove. She also has a small spray hood, a homemade self-steering gear, and a 10’ sculling oar. At 3.5 tons, with a 40% ballast ratio, she is also a capable, seagoing yacht.
In 2017, I crossed the Atlantic in her from Cape Verde to Grenada. She completed the 2000 mile passage in 20 days. I’m now cruising up from the Caribbean to the States, and am willing to deliver to anywhere on the East Coast.
|39146||19 Feet 2017 Custom Barrelback (Chris-Craft Replica)||$39,900|
|This custom-made runabout mirrors a 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback with the benefit of new construction methods, creating less maintenance and more endurance than a vintage boat. Superior in every way, the boat's double-diagonal, cold planking and West System bottom eliminate the soaking and maintenance issues associated with traditional antique wood boats. Honduran mahogany and 10 coats of Epifanes varnish created the beautiful enduring finish on the sides and decks. Outfitted with period-correct Chris-Craft chromed hardware and trim, period-correct marine vinyl seat cushions and and a banjo steering wheel. Serviced by a two-battery, 12-volt electrical system with A/B switch and full fuse panel. Powered by a new Vortec 4.3 liter, 229 horsepower V-6 connected to a Velvet Drive transmission with less than 5 hours on both. Draws 17 inches and weighs 1850 lbs.|
|39145||19 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$48,500|
|This double cockpit Chris Craft with red leather upholstery is a joy to drive. Only 503 of these beautiful Racing Runabouts were built between 1948 and 1954. With its sleek, low sheer line the Racing Runabout looks fast even when it's sitting idle. Very clean boat and engine fully restored. No soak bottom. One of the most desirable of the Chris Craft Runabouts, this boat has a proper “V” windshield. Most of the restoration was done by Don Philbrick and the final varnish was professionally done in California. Powered by a rebuilt Chris-Craft "MBL" 158 h.p. engine.|
|39143||18 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Custom Ski||$8,000|
|As Found, stored for twelve years. I cleaned the fuel tank and lines, cleaned carburetor, checked spark plugs, ignition points and timing. Flushed the water galley and jacket. Put new Bendix and brushes in starter, new engine oil and new marine battery,
engine has good compression. Disconnected the prop shaft at engine. Greased the water pump and connected the cooling water lines to a reservoir.
She immediately started and under close monitoring I let her run for three hours on the trailer with cooling water. She runs strong, no oil smoke, and never skipped a beat. The clutch, tranny and prop shaft work fine.
Extra 283 engine with clutch and tranny and some misc parts including a CC steering wheel.
Have title both the boat and trailer.|
|39140||12 Feet B&B Yacht Designs Classic Sailing Skiff||$3,500|
|This is modern version of a Classic Sailing Skiff. Made by B&B Yacht Designs and called the "Amada" this boat was one that many first cut their teeth on as they entered the world of sailing. This boat is ready to be sailed again or to be used a display piece. It is in very good overall condition.|
|39136||19 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout Barrel Back||$79,000|
|The 1941 Chris-Craft 19 Foot Custom Runabout Barrelback is one of most highly sought after models of Chris-Craft line. Only 22 Model 108s were produced for 1941. The world was embroiled in the beginnings of World War II and luxury items were few in the United States. This boat was first delivered to a Chris Craft dealer in Reno, Nevada and has spent all of it's life in California. The boat was found in a barn in Lake Tahoe and underwent a full restoration. Once complete the boat was then shown at the prestigious Lake Tahoe Concours where it took home the honors as top finisher in the pre war Runabout Category. It is in excellent condition today and offered with the upgraded Chris Craft "M" engine which offers 145 HP for use at higher altitudes. Regretfully the current owner is not using the boat and is now offering it for sale. This is a piece of Lake Tahoe history and with the awards to support it's overall presentation.
|39133||2015 / 1924 30' Modern Reproduction Gold Cup Racer ||$280,000|
|An exact replica of the Caleb Bragg's Baby Bootlegger built after original drawings (George Crouch). cold moulded epoxy, Sipo mahogany on Norwegian pine with fiberglass under highgloss clearcoat ,sand moulded brass hardware ,gorgeous leather interior, one off gauges,to step gearbox (builton GM Powerglide), 40mm prop shaft, sits on trailer, liftingbar for inboard hookup.|
|39131||17' Feet 1965 Formula Jr.||$18,000|
|A single owner classic now in its 53rd season.
1965 was a very good year. Our third child was expected, a promotion and relocation at work was in the works and I had a brand new Formula Jr. on its trailer in the garage.
I sort of knew my Formula was a classic. It had that look. It still does. Eventually our kids learned to water ski behind it and then all of a sudden their kids did too!
Now it is someone else's turn. It could be you!
I have kept this boat ship shape and in running order for someone for all these years. It was never restored because it never needed it. It was repowered in 2000 because things wear out. A 4.3 Merc V-6 and Alpha outdrive plus trim tabs for the added torque were installed with all new wiring and gauges. The advances in technology added ten miles per hour to the top end. I took those ten off by turning a lower pitch High 5 SS prop. That held things down to a very usable 44 miles per hour with all kinds of fun pop as a result.
This is not a museum piece although it easily could be. The secret to its longevity was to keep it clean and run it. When we relocated to New Hampshire in 1968 we picked up an extended heated garage under our family room. That has been winter quarters each year ever since. I have enjoyed this work of art every day ever since. I hope you will too.
|39130||14 Feet 1959 HardyFibreglass Outboard||$3,450|
|This classic runabout boat has been completely restored from top to bottom. It's in immaculate condition and is 100% water ready and waiting for the right owner. The antique value of this boat is worth the price alone. You will not find this style any where!!!! I believe it to be one of a kind. Assisting with the delivery is also a possibility.
Ready for years of trouble free enjoyment for you and your family!
Brand new quality paint job with auto/aviation grade paint and clear coat
Brand new marine grade vinyl with memory foam seating for comfort...seats 7 people comfortably
Water sealed brand new flooring
Brand new marine grade carpet
Up front shift and throttle
Brand new ignition switch and wiring
Front and back lights
Deep cycle brand new battery
5 gallon gas can
Loud chrome horn
20 horsepower 2-stroke outboard Johnson
Starts with turn of key
Easily takes the boat 25+mph
All new fuel hoses
|39129||22' Feet 1958 Century Raven||$27,000|
|All original 1958 22' Century Raven, lovingly owned and maintained by second owner for last 35 years. Great roomy, rough water boat. Original owners used it between Grand Island, NY and Port Colborne, Canada. Original wood and hardware and accessories: ladder, compass, marine head, etc. Engine rebuilt to standard. Includes tandem axle, aluminum float-on trailer for smooth hauling. Ready and waiting for her next owner to care for her over the next 35 years!|
|39127||21 Feet 1932 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout ||$64,000|
|Older restoration but really nice. Use every week. Turns heads. Runs smooth, The boat has a modern power 351 Ford Engine, new varnish and a like new trailer. Stored inside always. Always boat house kept. Moving need to sell. The previous owner had the boat for 15 years and we have owned he for just 3 years. We are selling our waterfront property and as such will need to part with the boat. The boat was always kept in our boathouse and is very dependable. In the last 6 months we had fresh applied and it also has a West System Bottom. |
|39126||18'6" Feet 1979 Sea Ray Runabout||$7,500|
|This Sea Ray has been stored inside when not in use and has had meticulous maintenance since Day 1. It is a rare closed-bow model (with a front-mounted gas tank) that jumps up onto plane for water sports. Sea Ray dealers will confirm that these models have more teak, more chrome and thicker fiberglass than newer boats. The gelcoat has its original gloss with no degradation from UV exposure. She has an upgraded Alpha 1 outdrive and the V8 engine has been upgraded to a 350 Mercruiser with a 4 barrel carburetor. Compared to newer model boats in this class, this boat is a bargain. Just add water!|
|39123||36 Feet 1946 Stephens Brothers Triple Cockpit Runabout||$395,000|
|Stephens Brothers Boat Builders operated as a West Coast boatbuilder from 1902 through 1987 based in Stockton California. Over the years the company designed and built pleasure craft, sailboats, speedboats, cruisers, private yachts and military craft. 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. This is a one of a kind boat which has been very nicely restored and carefully maintained.|
|39117||30 Feet 1929 ACF (American Car & Foundry, Inc.) Cruiser Runabout||$9,500|
|A rare boat ready for a restoration project to bring her back to glory. American Car & Foundry (now ACF Industries, Inc.) is an industrial conglomerate that built cruisers, yachts and large runabouts at their Jackson & Sharp subsidiary in Wilmington, DE up to 1945. This sleek cruiser is all there and ready for a complete stem-to-stern remake. Mostly good wood throughout, all hardware in place, a second 40-gallon gas tank and 45-gallon potable water tank available, good condition cabin bench upholstery and a 1970-vintage power plant that's perfect for a graceful 12 knot cruise (but capable of moret). Galley, head and ice box are all in working condition. Sleeps four comfortably. Current owner has coddled her for 45 years. You're next and will be rewarded with a eye-catching, unusual cruiser. |
|39116||28 Feet 1937 Hutchinson Sedan||$98,000|
|One of the Premier Hutchinson boats in North America! Originally built in Alexandria Bay, NY for Island commuting in all weather conditions and touring the St Lawrence River. This gorgeous Hutchinson sedan just went through an extensive restoration. The Chrysler Royal inline 8 engine was installed by Hutchinson in 1949 and more recently, rebuilt by Drake engines. She is equipped with a bow thruster for easy maneuvering in tight quarters. The interior sports new teak floors and fresh upholstery. All hardware replated in show chrome and the hull is finished in 15+ coats of varnish. Multiple award winner since completion! 2014 National show winner, 2016 Renaissance award winner at Alexandria Bay, and Best Preserved Utility at Clayton 2016. Sold complete with a triple axle trailer, custom waterline cover, and a set of 4 period-correct wicker chairs. |
|39115||16 Feet 1968 Raveau Volaire Outboard Runabout||$24,900|
|Built in Palmetto, FL, Raveau boats were known for their strong construction, smooth ride, and ability to perform in rough water conditions. This 1968 Volare model is in excellent condition and has been nicely restored. Powered by a matching 50hp Mercury engine. Nicely outfitted and ready to hit the water! |
|39114||21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport||$59,000|
|A very stylish model; the 21' Chris Craft Super Sport featured big power, a roomy interior, and some serious automotive influence. This example has been comprehensively restored and is arguably one of the finest Super Sports in the country. Originally powered with a mighty Lincoln 431 engine (included in the sale), she is now powered with a tricked-out 454cid Mercruiser. Fully bonded double layer bottom and hullsides, custom interior color, and a great finish. This Super Sport is ready to enjoy! |
|39113||42 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Constellation||$80,000|
|Lincoln 431 Solid. Top ends redone distributors dual ignition and carbs. No consumption. Exhaust new manifolds to transom.Batteries. Two starting isolated. two for genset and winch, six 6 volt house batteries. All isolated and charge from both alternators. Small inverter in galley .
Generator. Koehler Military 6.5 kv. overhauled 2016 no hours Runs like new. New exhaust.
Hull and decks.
Over the last decade this has been replaced with ribs planks and painted fall 2017 before storage. No expense spared.
Decks. teak refinished complete fall 2017 before storage.
Equipment; Vhf, GPS 10" screen depth , Loran still working. all instruments fully functional.
Galley : Norcold fridge freezer new, counters all refinished, Princess three burner stove and oven. Hot water 6 gallon. This is a must see.
|39112||20' Feet 1968 Bertram Bahia Mar||$25,000|
|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.|
|39111||21 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Capri||$59,000|
|An award winning boat at previous boat shows. For the 1958 model year (introduced mid-1957), Chris-Craft replaced the Riviera-based 21' Capri with an entirely new design based on the new 21' Continental. These boats were known for their automotive based styling details, including white tail fins, sloping aft decks, and interiors which appeared to be direct copies of the latest from Detroit. With large V-8s, these boats were heavy and fast, and were in fact the last of the large Chris Craft runabouts. A total of 44 were built from mid-1957 through 1959, making the tail fin Capri the rarest of all post-war Chris-Craft runabouts. Completely restored in 2009.|
|39108||17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Runabout||$19,000|
| From an Indiana barn through a complete restoration in 2017/18, this 17' Chris-Craft Sportsman runabout is in excellent condition, top-to-bottom and stem-to-stern. New sapela mahogany foredeck, gunnels and transom. Bottom re-screwed and sealed, seams caulked, and three coats of bottom paint and one of bronze paint applied. Bilges cleaned and painted with bilge paint. All hardware re-chromed. New windshield. New cushions and upholstery on all-new marine seat frames. New bilge pump, horn, stern pole with flag and bow pole with pennant. Model K engine completely re-bored and rebuilt with new bearings rod and crank, new valve seats, intake and exhaust. Resurfaced cylinder heads. Period correct carburetor, distributor, fuel pump and generator. Reconditioned starter. New 750 cc battery. |
|39106||27 Feet 1924 George Crouch Gold Cup Racer Reproduction||$460,000|
|In 1923, a group of Columbia Yacht Club members formed a syndicate to build and race a boat to bring the Gold Cup home. She was designed by George Crouch and completed by Henry B. Nevins in 1924. This faithful reproduction of the "Miss Columbia" hull was built by Bill Cooper & Son of Massachusetts and conforms perfectly to the lines of the original Gold Cup racer. Commissioned by well-known raceboat collector, Phillip Sharples, and used on the St. Lawrence River, the boat is taken directly from George Crouch's original drawings. This quest for exacting standards is what drove the design of this boat such that is sounds. acts and handles just like its namesake. |
|39105||22 Feet 1984 Century Coronado Hardtop||$23,000|
|Very clean, fully restored Coronado Hardtop. The boat has had new stringers, and flooring three years ago, It had been professionally buffed, always been in fresh water. 2 owner boat, comes with full waterline cover. Boat has been exceptionally well maintained and is one of the nicest glass Coronados you will find. The boat moves along nicely with it's original 454 / 330 HP engine and the owner is quick to point out that it only has 401 hours on the engine since new. No trailer but transport can be arranged.|
|39104||20 Feet 2013 Chris Craft Continental by Fish Brothers||$72,900|
|Exceptionally clean boat with only 23 total hours on her. Modern construction makes this a easy boat to own and use. The boat is all Wested with triple layer bottom and double layer sides and decks. No swelling is ever required. The boat comes on a custom built trailer with a full waterline cover.|
|39099||20 Feet Century Sea Maid||$65,000|
|Very desirable sea maid. rare boat only a few hundred ever made. Good varnish, bottom is tight, structurally the boat is outstanding. Roomy, comfortable, and fast. This boat needs nothing and could be enjoyed immediately by the next owner. Gray Fireball is a strong engine and runs great. Outstanding trailer ready for any road trip. short or long haul. |
|39098||15’ Feet 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier||$9,800|
|I purchased this boat from a friend two years ago who was having financial difficulties. At the time the boat had been in storage for many years. I believe this boat was restored within the last 10 years except for the engine and drive train which are solid. It looks and runs good and the bottom is solid. It has the original 6 volt system. I doubt I will ever use it and would like it to go to someone who will be able to use it to it's fullest.|
|39097||30 Feet 1967 Lyman Islander||$98,000|
|Beautiful example of a roomy, powerful Lyman Islander. Always professionally stored and maintained. Complete restoration from top to bottom - decks, sides, planks and transom - in 2012-2014. Original 318 c.i. Chrysler engines and transmissions rebuilt. Upgraded electrical system and navigation components. Cabin and v-berth decor replaced. Fully equipped and comes with a good condition, home-built trailer. Winner of the Best In Show, Restored Power and Hagerty Safety awards at the 50th Antique Boat Show, Clayton, NY in 2014. Winter 2017/18: varnish touch-up and new throttle and shift cables. A great overnight cruiser or fishing boat for all waters! |
|38544||15 Feet 1958 Sportsman Commando||$8,000|
|We bought this boat a few years ago. My husband worked on restoring it. It runs well and looks great!|
|38543||13' Feet 1958 C Craft||$50,000|
|The boat was built only 3 years, 1956, 1957, 1958. Was purchased in original condition from original owner who stored it in a basement. |
|38542||14' Feet 2008 James Craft Barracuda||$14,900|
|Hand built Chris Craft Barracuda kit boat replica. Like new in and out. Personal show boat of builder, fun toy, real head turner at the launch. |
|38540||27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking||$400,000|
|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 supression 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. |
|38538||16 Feet 1930 Flat Bottom Rowing Skiff||$1,600|
|This flat bottom rowing skiff has been in the same family for many years and has been enjoyed at the cottage. The exact builder is unknown, but likely from a Rideau Lakes region boat builder. She is in good structural condition and is complete with a set of oars, mooring cover, and a trailer. |
|38537||15 Feet 1935 Rowing Dory||$3,000|
|This rowing dory has been nicely restored and kept in storage since completion. All wood and brightwork are in very nice condition. Traditional rivet and rove fasteners, white painted hullsides with bright gunnels and interior. She is complete with a set of oars and trailer. Ready to enjoy!|
|38536||15 Feet 1950 Gielser Outboard||$850|
|This is a classic Giesler cedar strip outboard boat. The quintessential cottage runabout for kids or adults to run around in. Decent user-condition and complete with a trailer and Mercury Mark 10 engine that is in very nice original shape. |
|38534||21 Feet 1974 Century Coronado||$16,500|
|Price-reduced Classic Glass! Excellent condition 1974 Century Coronado hardtop. Boat has spent most of her life in storage and consequently has seen remarkably low usage and only 527 engine hours on its hefty Chrysler 440 powerplant. Clean and well-kept, she's a head-turning "Fiberglassic" great for waterskiing, tubing or just cruising with 6-8 friends. Comes with a custom-made, twin-axle trailer. Ready for the water in every way! Now priced to sell!!|
|38530||19 Feet 1967 Century Arabian||$44,900|
|This boat was completely professionally restored in 2013, received a new engine in 2017 and has been impeccably maintained by a loving owner. The Wooden Boat Shop in Cincinnati completed a full strip and refinish of this Arabian in 2013, included new interior. Century specifications were followed, and the teal interior and layout is stunning and provides wonderful usability. New marine carpeting was also installed at this time. The layout includes the rear seat arm rest (factory option) and the side-seating rather than the double-bucket seat configuration. In addition, the factory-option sun pads are included with this boat. The factory-option swim platform is on this boat and has been refinished, as well. Gauges and gauge faces were restored, Iva-Lite was added to complete the project. The current owner has enjoyed this boat in freshwater for 10 years. He has showed the boat twice in Century Boat Shows - both times the Arabian took 1st place for Best Runabout. |
|38526||21 Feet 1968 Century Coronado||$34,900|
|Fully restored boat with single layer 5200 bottom, rebuilt Chrysler 440 engine, new leather interior with Century Logo stamped in, chrome and gauges redone. The boat is in excellent and water ready condition. Complete on a tandem axle trailer.|
|38522||26 Feet 1958 / 2010 McKenzie Cuttyhunk||$49,995|
|26' 1958 MacKenzie Cuttyhunk was completely restored by some of the best boat builders on the Cape. We used traditional hardware and specifications coupled with modern power (212 Steyr Diesel) and electronics. Step back in time with renewed comfort and function, and true craftsmanship. She's a beauty and would be a trophy on any dock or mooring.|
|38520||26 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$42,000|
|This beautiful Chris Craft Sea Skiff is a Show stopper. It is a multiple show winner in the Utility Category and is in exceptional overall condition. The previous owner of this boat stored the boat indoors for 30 years which helped keep the boat in such amazing condition. The boat features solid mahogany decks, Awlgrip paint, a three (3) bow convertible bimini top made in 2013 and a newer Vanguard tandem axel trailer custom fitted for the boat.|
|38519||24 Feet 1954 Shepherd Runabout Hardtop||$69,900|
|This 24 Foot Shepherd Hardtop Runabout is in excellent condition. The owner has received many awards and used the boat for many seasons always in fresh water. The 24 Foot Hardtop with crank up side windows and windshield wipers provides both space for friends and foul weather protection when cruising. Shepherd offered hardtop versions of their classic open V drive cruiser but very few were built. The hardtop version has 6 more inches of freeboard and another foot forward. The hardtop arrangement accommodates eight people under cover, and seating for four more than the open cruiser arrangement. The original Hemi V-8 has been rebuilt. IN addition the transom has been replaced, the chines, frames and all of the interior side paneling, flooring, and fuel tank have been replaced. All seats have been re-upholstered which matches the steering wheel. Finishing the boat off is a removable maple picnic table. which can be installed in front of the rear bench. |
|38518||26 Feet 1972 Lyman Cruisette Soft Top||$36,000|
|This beautiful Lyman Cruisette is a great boat for entertaining and spending a day on a boat. Roomy and comfortable, it is fully equipped with everything you will need for a day on the Lake. Repowered with a modern Mercruiser V-8 350HP. Awlgrip paint job, teak and holly marine flooring, custom dinette table, new refrigerator, upholstered cuddy cabin with a built in head, stereo, custom lights, remote control spotlight, a 120 panel for shore power, bow rails, teak swim platform with telescoping ladder, a bimini top, a full mooring cover and a custom made vanguard tandem axel trailer. All in excellent condition, this boat will survey out very well and ready for boating this season.|
|38514||15 Feet 1991 Thompson Swampscott Dory||$3,900|
|Swampscott sail and rowing dory.. 7 ft sweeps, Sprit sail rig and sail. Centerboard and rudder. Completely restored 2017. Marine ply and Mahogany. Featured in Marvel infinity war movie out in may 2018|
|38513||21 Feet 1962 Century Coronado Gull Wing||$45,000|
|The fourth design of the Century Coronado and arguably one of the most attractive in the series! The 1962 Coronado features clean lines, striking accents, and a unique gullwing hardtop. This example has been nicely restored with a no-soak bottom, correct 3-tone A&A replacement interior, and powered by its original 413cid Chrysler big block "wedge" powerplant. Paint and varnish are fresh and the boat features an optional foot pedal throttle. Originally a Minnesota boat, she now resides on Flathead Lake in Montana. |
|38512||20 Feet 1947 Ventnor Runabout||$39,000|
|Multiple show winning boat. Restored by Jim Murdock of Connecticut. Featured in Magazine articles, this boat is in very good overall condition.. This boat is 100% original and comes with a dual axle custom built trailer|
|38511||19 Feet 1969 Challenger Boat Company Cobra||$49,000|
|Bought as a project and restored over a 10 year period. The boat has 17 coats of paint and 7 coats of clear coat. It has been in the water once since restoration and was clocked at 138 MPH at only 3000 RPM's. A very fast boat and really good looking.|
|38508||16 Feet 1968 Century Cheetah||$9,500|
|The 1968, Cheetah 16 is a 16 foot inboard boat. The boat was completely restored in 2008 with a new interior and the hull painted. All the chrome was redone. The motor is a PMC/Ford 302, with a new Holley carburetor. The motor had a complete over haul, including heads, bearing, internal parts and a new cam. It has been kept covered rack storage or stored inside.
All the accessory and safety equipment is included.
|38506||26 Feet 1979 Lyman Fiberglass Cruisette||$17,500|
|Boat was rigged and used for walleye fishing on Lake Erie most of it's life. One of the last boats built in the Ohio factory. Since I owned it I have done the following: depth sounder/Loran have been removed;
No Oil Discharge placard is in place; Trash Disposal placard is in place; bilge pump replaced;
kicker bracket removed; cabin cushions renewed; packing glad tightened; batteries replaced; flame arrester cleaned; cockpit floor repaired; exhaust hose replaced; inlet hose replaced; new valve installed; cockpit counter top replaced with granite; fuel filters replaced, transmission cable replaced,; and teak revarnished.
|38505||24 Feet 1982 Grand Craft Tiple Cockpit Runabout||$29,900|
|24' Grand Craft Runabout, Nice user condition. Engine runs very well and boat is ready to go, Has nice vintage style convertible top. Could use some minor cosmetic work but otherwise a solid boat at a good price. Motivated seller. All Offers Considered!|
|38504||20 Feet 1930 W.J. Johnston||$45,000|
|Billy Johnson’s Disappearing Propeller Boat Company went bankrupt in 1924.
His new company , incorporated in 1931 as Port Carling Boat Works, began building the famous “Seabird” boats. This boat pre-dates the Seabirds and is one of very few built under the Billy Johnson name. A very rare and historic Canadian boat, completely professionally restored by highly renowned boat restorer in 2009
Cedar plank hull construction on steam bent white oak frames. Single plank mahogany decking over sawn mahogany beams.
Electrical system upgraded to 12 volts.
All the oak ribs were replaced, and a new aluminum stem, transom and oak keel were installed Plus all new bottom and deck planking .All mechanical systems were refurbished . The launch is in excellent condition and was used in 2017. Replacement cost estimated at $95,000
Comes complete with a low hours single axle bunk trailer with folding tongue, surge brakes, guide bars, plus four life jackets, bilge pump and anchor.
|38501||21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado||$39,000|
|1965 represented the beginning of the modern-era for Century's lineup of mahogany boats. The 1965 Coronado was the first major remodel for designer, Robert Rioux. The boat featured clean, sharp lines, a wider cockpit, luxurious interior, and several powerful engine options. This example went through a comprehensive restoration in 2013 which included a no-soak 5200 bottom, replanked hullsides & transom, new deck vinyl, new interior, and fresh chrome. The boat has been repowered with a Mercruiser 454cid engine and only has 100 hours of run time. A tasteful bimini top has been added and the boat comes with its original, unrestored, factory hard top which was not installed post-restoration. Complete with a custom fitted cover and Loadmaster trailer! |
|38499||26 Feet 1983 Sleekcraft Runabout||$17,000|
|Purchased new in 1983 by the original and current owner this boat has resided always in inside storage in Arizona except when in direct use. This boat is in exceptional condition and has benefitted from the good stewardship that it has received. These boats are great for day boating with an area to get out of the sun to rest, change or use the port a potty. They are sufficiently powered with a big block Brave 3 454 cu. in.
The hull shows no damage and the interior is in excellent condition as is the chrome. This boat is fairly priced and ready for a new owner who can obtain a great boat for the Family at a very fair price.|
|38498||25 Feet 1930 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout||$195,000|
|After an exhaustive, and thorough restoration, this Dodge Model 25A is now being offered for sale. This very rare boat is sold with an equally rare Lycoming 8 cylinder engine producing 165 HP. It has the original Pullman globe stern light and a gorgeous Dodge blue plush interior. The boat, motor, hardware and interior have all be redone with nothing spared. It is supported by a new Ryan Tandem Axel Trailer which fits the boat perfectly.|
|38497||23 Feet 1957 Chris-Craft Continental||$23,000|
|Rare, 23-foot Chris-Craft Continental with 8-foot beam. Completely restored in 1997 to original condition including new marine grade upholstery. All wood is original (except for a small section of decking) with over 60 coats of varnish applied. All of the hardware is original to the boat and re-chromed. The original MCL 175 hp Chris-Craft motor has less than 400 hours use since the rebuild. Comes with a new, full soft cover top and a like new traveling cover. Package includes: mid-seat option, modified doghouse for easy lifting, stereo with speakers, spotlight and depth sounder. |
|38496||17 Feet 1956 Chris-Craft Double Cockpit Sportsman||$6,000|
|Current owner purchased this solid mid-50s double cockpit in 2014 with the aim of full restoration. Stored in warehouse for last 3 years, she awaits a new owner, a coat of varnish and paint, and a lake or river for cruising. Everything about her is original: bottom and sides, hardware, floor covering, steering wheel, gauges, and KFL engine. Previous owner used her for decades on western Pennsylvania rivers and rebuilt the engine and updated the upholstery. She's priced to sell and ready for a boat ride! Motivated seller looking for a reasonable offer. Price reduced to $6,000.|
|38494||12 Feet 1950's Chris Craft Kit Boat||$2,000|
|The most popular model of Chris Craft ever made were the Kit Boats. They were sold in the back of magazines, catalogs and were the classic Father / Son project. This Kit boat is a true survivor as it has been in the same Family for over 50 years and stored indoors all of that time. |
|38491||12 Feet 1954 Penn Yan Swift||$5,000|
|3 deck Penn Yan swift totally rebuilt, using canvas with stainless or brass fasteners. Transom upgraded to handle a big twin. Original chain and sprocket steering. Before covering the hull was treated with linseed oil to bring back elasticity of the wood. New gunwales installed along with some combing and several ribs near the transom. A train plug has also been added.|
|38489||18' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Cavalier||$5,500|
|Originally delivered to Mississippi and later shipped to Minnesota. She was shipped to Arizona in the early 80s and stored inside since then. She is very solid inside and has all hardware in excellent condition. She has been stripped and original stain applied ready for varnish. |
|38486||19' Feet 1966 Century Resorter||$8,500|
|Wooden ski boat with a fiberglass skin on the bottom of the hull. Top end of engine was rebuilt 9/17. Interior is four years old. Wood is in good condition. Could run as is a couple more years or have wood refinished and be a real head turner.|
|38483||15 Feet 1956 Correct Craft Atom Skier||$10,900|
|Renovated completely! All new 12 volt system, gauge package, blower, bilge pump, generator. Completely stripped and restored hull. New decks, interior and seating. Currently winterized and stored in my shop, but easily ready for spring.|
|38482||18' Feet 1963 Chris Craft Holiday ||$18,500|
|This 1963 Holiday is one of 170 made.Restored last year. Original Hull, deck, upholstery engine and brightwork.Still have the original purchase order. Engine was rebuilt 2 years ago, rebuilt water pump and carburetor. Extra features liks rear view mirror, ski tow package search light and twin sparton horn. Runs strong.Water ready!|
|38473||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Ski Boat||$36,000|
|A very original 1960 Ski Boat built by Chris Craft. This Ski boat is correct and in very good overall condition. It is powered by the original Chris Craft 283. This is an excellent example in pristine condition and winner of awards at recent boat Shows which attest to it's overall state. The varnish is very nice, the interior is perfect and the trailer supports the boat perfectly. A nice boat ready to go.|
|38472||26 Feet 1970 Lyman Cruisette||$11,900|
|Noted for their seaworthiness, ample power, roomy layout, V-berth cuddy cabin and "kitchenette" with a sink, table and small refrigerator, the 26' Cruisette was and still is one of Lyman's most popular models. This is a good-condition example with a solid hull and smooth-running engine. Ready to go for a cruise and priced to sell, she has been used in the fresh water of the Thousand Islands in Northern New York in-season and stored under cover each winter for 47 years. Price includes full stem-to-stern cover in three sections for outside mooring and full equipment package. Just add water!|
|38471||18 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility||$15,900|
|One of only 302 Chris Craft utilities built between 1934 and 1936. This model was offered with Deluxe and Standard options, and the Deluxe model featured the folding forward windshield. She is powered by a Chrysler Ace 6cyl engine; the largest available for this boat. Hull is in good condition varnish is very nice and great upholstery. The bottom is original but very tight and has never been caulked and messed with. Will swell up and be trustworthy. This is a nice all-around driver that could be used this season. Price Reduced.|
|38468||1935 Gray Marine Model 225 Phantom Engine||$5,000|
|Ready for rebuild and return to the water in a Century, Lyman or any other mid-size utility or runabout. Comes with all major parts including transmission and a wood dolly on casters. This is a rare engine which has been well maintained and is ready to be installed I a period correct boat.|
|38467||-9 Feet 1930s Old Town Dinghy / Yacht Tender ||$5,000|
|This is a very light and satisfactory tender that was built by the Old Town Canoe Company for a servicing a yacht or launch. They were very popular but are very hard to find today. The boat will carry a large load, is easily handled and tows well. These yacht tenders had cedar ribs and planking. The stems, knees and rudder were made of ash or oak. The wood work was finished in a natural color and the boat was covered with a heavy grade canvas which gave it a waterproof coating when painted. The boat comes with the original oars and bronze oar locks and will make a great display or is ready to go back in the water. |
|38463||22 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sedan||$34,900|
|Most of the restoration work has already been done.. Upgrades included installing a 5200 no-soak bottom, rebuilding the engine, refastening the hull, new upholstery, replacing the wiring with period correct cloth wiring, and upgrading to a 12 volt system with electronic ignition. The boat has the original hardware, engine, and gauges. Also New gas tank, Gripe, Transom, New floor,and refinish of hull and transom. Vinyl flooring still need to be installed but comes with boat. Decks, interior finish and hardtop still need finished to make this a spectacular boat.|
|38460||19 Feet 1960 Century Resorter||$15,500|
|This 1960 19' Resorter is fresh out a complete refinish. Very solid boat and the bottom is very tight. All interior chrome and gauges are in good condition. Comes on a solid tandem axle trailer. This boat is water ready. |
|38457||23 Feet 1974 Chris-Craft Lancer||$6,500|
|Here's a "fiberglassic" Chris-Craft Lancer in good condition and ready for a boat ride with a solid hull and smooth-running V8 engine. All upholstery updated in 2011. Like-new, full camping-style canvas top and side curtains. New custom mooring cover. Good condition ShoreLand'r trailer with twin axles and surge brakes. This boat is good to go and priced to sell. |
|38456||16 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Split Cockpit Runabout||$18,500|
|Boat owned and cared for by current owner over last 24 years. In 2011 Engine complete rebuild including tranny, new shaft,coupler,new water pump, new starter, interior redone some years back,boat refinished twice over ownership. Reason for selling; Health issue. This is a great little boat for someone new to wood boating at a reasonable cost. |
|38455||40 Feet 1930 Luders Commuter Yacht||$79,900|
|"Horizon" 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.|
|38453||20 Feet 1955 Century Coronado||$45,000|
|I purchased this Coronado 5 years ago with the intention of restoring it and using it. The engine was fully torn down and rebuilt and has only one hour on it since being installed. The boat was fully restored with a new 5200 no soak bottom and done from stem to stern throughout. Fresh varnish, all chrome re-done with no expense spared. The interior was also correct for the boat and replaced with only one other boat known to have an interior like this one. New wiring, new bilge pump, new bilge blower, new vinyl floor exactly like the original and new cushions filled with k-pok. All the work was documented with hundreds of images and videos along with a full restoration booklet. A new FULL top , custom mooring cover complete the restoration. Now 5 years later our needs have changed and I am offering to sell the boat knowing that she is ready to go to any boat show and qualify for an award. The boat needs nothing and is gorgeous in every way.|
|38452||23 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Holiday||$25,000|
|This is hull #9 in the very desirable and roomy 23' Holiday Series. She could be enjoyed as is right now but will need some cosmetics including a new coat of varnish, and bottom paint to make it really shine. Structurally and mechanically the boat is sound. Replacement V8 engine has only 290 hours on it and runs strong and is perfect for this bigger hull. This is a great big water boat, with tons of room for passengers or cargo. |
|38449||22 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$75,000|
|Beautifully restored 1930 Chris-Craft runabout with the upswept forward deck indicative of this model. Restoration work included a highly-detailed finish, re-upholstered cushions, a 5200 no-soak bottom, re-chromed hardware, a new rudder and steering box, and a new custom waterline cover. She is powered by a 1985 vintage rebuilt GM block 350 V8 with 375 HP and is ready to go cruising!|
|38447||20 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$19,900|
|This Chris Craft Sea Skiff has been in the hands of the owner for 15 years and has always been in fresh water. The boat was completely restored at St. Lawrence Restoration in 2008. This included flooring and interior seating. The engine is 283 Chris-Craft/Chevy, which was rebuilt at the time of restoration. The interior was returned to the original configuration. It was driven for one season then winterized and stored inside up to the present. All the information from the restoration with pictures are available..|
|38446||22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet Triple Cockpit||$49,900|
|Beautifully maintained 1927 Chris-Craft Cadet with a near-new Mercruiser engine, original (adapted) controls and gauges, velvet drive transmission, new cutlass bearing, new 14X14 three-blade prop, new bilge pump and blower, interior-coated fuel tank, and full complement of operating and safety equipment. Hull restored prior 2005, re-stained, re-varnished and re-upholstered in 2005, varnish updated in 2014 and has not been in the water since. She's ready to go for her new owner. Just add water!|
|38443||23 Feet 1913 Custom Launch||$25,000|
|Built by M. J. McHale in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1913, this very cool Launch is made of galvanized steel. The interior is made of oak and has been in one family since new in 1913. It has been appreciated for many years but is no longer fitting into our plans. The boat does require some TLC which include fresh cosmetics, general cleaning and painting. The boat does come with a solid trailer in great condition to bring it to it's new home.|
|38441||15.5 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$10,900|
|Chris Craft only made 671 Deluxe Runabout and Sportsman models in the 15.5 foot length between 1938 and 1941. The Deluxe model offered the model BA engine as well as a rear seat, as equipped in this boat. This is a very original boat that has been nicely restored. She has seen very little use since restoration and is in nice overall condition. Restored as closely as possible to factory-condition, including the unique gauge-cluster. This is a great entry level Chris Craft at a very fair price!|
|38440||20 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Holiday||$3,700|
|Chris Craft only manufactured 143 of these 20 foot Holiday models between 1955 and 1957. At first glance, this project appears to be fairly comprehensive, but the hull sides, bottom, and transom are very fair. The decks and interior should be reconstructed, and the engine will need to be replaced. All hardware appears to be present and in good overall condition. An aluminum fuel tank has been installed and is in good shape. This is an excellent candidate for a first-time restorer looking to bring it back to factory-correct condition. The boat also offers an excellent platform for a resto-mod with modern power and custom interior. Boat has a clear title and trailer is sold on a Bill of Sale only. This boat is a manageable size and has a lot of potential!|
|38438||25 Feet Homemade Tandem Trailer||$1,500|
|Homemade heavy duty, structurally sound, steel beam, double axle boat trailer with working lights. Can haul up to 25' boats on bunks, up to 28' with overhang.|
|38429||18'6 Feet 1952 Greavette Dispro||$9,900|
|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.|
|38428||41 Feet 1954 Matthews Double Cabin Cruiser||$8,500|
|1954 41ft Matthews Double Cabin. Re powered with 2003 mercruiser 350 mpi fuel injected engines. This boat received a brand new paint job from the rub-rail to the water line. The hull was stripped to the bare wood, seams filled, epoxy coated, primed 2 coats and white semi gloss interlux paint 2 coats. The topside or "house" is what needs some TLC. There is wood that needs to be replaced around the windows etc. The boat also comes with fairly brand new blue canvas that covers the bridge and aft of the boat completely. |
|38426||17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout Barrelback||$31,500|
|With fresh varnish and bottom paint this beauty is ready for many more years of excitement. Excellent instruments, chrome and varnish. This is a classic, head turning, super clean boat (note the spotless bilge) with nothing needed to start next spring's season. Sporting a triple carbureted KB engine rebuilt from the magnafluxed checked block up a few years ago and a sound original style bottom, she is a solid and fine runner. Cotton Chris-Craft burgee, ensign and both flag poles included. This winter: carbs, starter & water pump rebuilt, valves adjusted. |
|38425||17'6" Feet 1938 Century Sea Maid||$22,500|
|Beautiful, All original 1938. Rebuilt original motor/carb in 2016. Top refinished in 2015. Solid bottom. Stored in boat house.|
|38424||50' Feet 1968 Stephens Bros Boat Builders||$100,000|
|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. |
|38423||16 Feet 1946 Century Utility||$19,900|
|1946 marked the beginning of Century's "Victory Fleet". When production started back up after WWII, the 1946 models were limited to materials that were available at the time. The company focused on smaller models, ranging from the 15 foot Sea Maid to the 17 foot Standard Utility. This 16 foot utility is a great example of Century's early post-war production. She was comprehensively restored in 1998 and has been very well maintained since. Powered by its original Gray Marine 4-75 engine, she moves along well and is a great little package! Under single ownership since 1987.|
|38420||1935 Wilson/Volker Twin-Cam Racing Engine||$40,000|
|This engine is the last surviving motor from the Wilson family of Ingersoll, Ontario and the Muskoka Lakes region. The Wilsons campaigned Miss Canada racing boats very successfully in the 1930s and 40s. This twin cam Racing engine was built and tested by renowned racing mechanic Charles Volker in 1935, but was outlawed by a Canadian Boating Federation (CBF) rule change before it could be campaigned in Little Miss Canada VI. It is therefore in remarkable original condition. This one-of-a-kind piece of Canadian racing history would make a wonderful addition to a private collector's display.|
|38419||ca. 1912 Sterling B-3 Engine||$5,000|
|The Sterling Engine Company of Buffalo, NY built very high quality marine engines during the first half of the 20th Century. While few exist today, this Model B-3 appears complete and rotates freely, making it a good candidate for restoration for display or use in your early launch. The exhaust manifold will need a welding repair but all other parts of the engine appear sound.|
|38417||25 Feet 1963 Shepherd Express Cruiser||offers please|
|I got this to make a playhouse for my grandkids. Then after some research I realized that it is a treasured boat when restored. It is in rough condition but everything seems to be there including the drive train. I think it would be best if it was saved rather than scrapped as I realize that these boats are treasured by folks who appreciate Antique and Classic boats.|
|38415||25 Feet 1914 Hacker Design Race Boat ||$29,900|
|Naomi is a 1915 Hacker/Shoemaker gentleman's racer. Reported to be a John Hacker design and built by her original owner, Mr. Shoemaker, at Essex Shipyard on Lake Champlain, Naomi was used for racing, pleasure and smuggling from 1915 through World War II. There are records of her racing at Burlington, VT in 1916. The hull design foreshadows the famous John Hacker Miss APBA design of 1922. Naomi retains her original 1914 Van Blerck T-Head, 575 c.i. racing engine delivering 1400 RPM driving her at 32 MPH. Her original hardware and Hyde 18 X 28 propeller are still with the boat. Naomi has not been run since World War II and is in need of a total restoration. This is a rare opportunity to own a significant, early gentleman's racer with a known history.|
|38414||16 Feet 2001 Delaware Ducker||$7,000|
|Built at Apprentice Shop in Maine/2001. Near bristol condition! Boats cost was 12,000 in 2001. 16ft 125lb
The A-shop made 2sets of leather collared oars, 2 push poles,
grub box, sprit-rig, gaff-rig, leather bailer, and a full canvas
cover..the works. The sails have topping lift lines which are very handy when necessary to reduce sail area in too strong of winds. The bronze oarlocks were cast from the Mystic
Seaport molds. The planks below the
waterline were bedded in Sikaflex to resist displacement from trailer
vibration, of which over the last 15 years there has been virtually
none. It lives on a like-new aluminum Trailex trailer
Painted with Kirby paint from Maine
16' foot pole for rail birds, the 10' pole for ducking (used for pushing boat in marshes when hunting)
The bronze edges on the stems and bottom protect it when bumping and scraping on things.
Construction is cedar planking on white oak with steam bent ribs and copper rivets. |
|38413|| 18 Feet Custom Gentleman's Racer ||$39,000|
|The ultimate in personal watercraft. New custom-built mahogany runabout in the style of the 1930s and 40s classic Gar Woods and Chris-Craft but with modern methods and a no-soak epoxy bottom. Designed and built by a well-known NJ boat builder and architectural woodworker with 40+ years of wood boat building and restoration experience. It has won 4 awards from the Barnegat chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society including the prestigious Best Built Custom Boat. Powered by a very low hour 2015 130 HP fresh water cooled 4 cylinder Mercruiser with a Borg Warner transmission. Comes with a brand-new Loadrite trailer.
|38409||21 Feet 1963 Lyman||$8,800|
|beautiful. Original. Most varnish has been changed to 2 part Deks Olje. Boat needs very little, ready to be used and enjoyed. |
|38408||21 Feet 1958 Century Coronado||$24,000|
|One of the most stylish powerboats of the 1950's! The 1957 and 1958 Century Coronados featured big power, comfortable interiors, automotive styling, and roughly half were factory equipped with the sliding Landau hard top. This is one of only 467 built in this -year design period. This example has been adequately repowered with a Mercruiser V8 engine. Bottom is a West-System style no-soak. Interior has been tastefully customized while maintaining original Century emblems. Landau top upholstery and forward deck vinyl have been matched to a similar material as well. A removable teak swim platform and factory-option ladder are also included with the boat. She is in good user-condition and should perform nicely for her next owner!|
|38407||21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado Hardtop||$29,995|
|Early 65 Coronado with only 19.2 hours on the boat. The boat looks like a time piece from the past and could easily be use as it sits today. The interior in original and in excellent condition. The bottom boards need swelled but look brand new. This is one of the most original Coronado's we have seen.|
|38406||17 Feet Western Fairliner Torpedo||$59,900|
|The Western Fairliner was built in limited numbers by the Western Boat Building Company from 1947 to 1951. In all 32 of these units were built. They were 17 Feet in length offering 6 foot beam. The base price was $3150 in those heady days. The frames originally were built of Sitka Spruce to allow the boats to achieve maximum speed. The hull was plank and enjoys a layer of 3M 5200 which allows for a no soak bottom. The hull is planked in Meranti which is less dense than Mahogany. The boat is overall in very good to excellent condition and catches admiring looks whenever it is seen. There are art deco details such as the cutwater and the torpedo stern is unique for a boat of this size. The owner has had this boat since 1997 and enjoyed it immensely. It has been in storage since 2015 and has only 5 hours since being rebuilt. It is now ready to be transferred to a new custodian who will provide the care and stewardship for the next generation|
|38404||16 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat||$8,900|
|This 16' Ski Boat is a one-year model of Chris Craft and only 250 units were built in 1962. She is a very original boat and has been kept in excellent structural condition. The Chris Craft 283cid 185hp engine has been totally rebuilt and detailed with less than 10 hours of run time! The black and gold alligator textured interior is original and in very serviceable condition. These interiors are very challenging to replicate and finding one in this kind of original condition is a rarity! This is a great little boat that is ready to enjoy.|
|38403||35 Feet 1908 Leyare Launch ||$7,500|
|The Leyare launch is a rare racing model. While its specific history is unknown, this launch closely resembles other famous Gold Cup racers PDQ, Pirate and Standard. In need of a complete restoration, this launch would be a candidate for a six cylinder T-hear engine or modern electric power.|
|38397||26 Feet 2008 Hacker Gold Cup Race Boat ||$100,000|
|The Miss Alison was built true to it's heritage, a 1923 Hacker Gold Cup Racer. It is cold molded, diagonal planked hull, West System epoxy with frames, battens and floor timbers. There are Mahogany varnished decks and Teak cockpit and side decks. A bow thruster was installed after a few trial runs. The transmission is Borg Warner and the steering column is attached to a conventional steering box with a cable connection to the rudder arm. A custom canvas cover was made for the boat. The boat has won awards at almost every classic and wooden boat show it has attended.|
|38395||21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri ||$125,000|
|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 custome 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. |
|38393||21 Feet 1966 Century Coronado Hardtop||$39,000|
|One of just 80 Century Coronados manufactured in 1966, and only about 40 of those were the sliding-sunroof, hardtop model. This is a gorgeous boat that recently went through a complete restoration, including replacement of the factory plywood-and-vinyl decks with varnished mahogany. She is powered by a big Interceptor V-8 packing 300 horses and capable of driving the boat close to 40 MPH. Coronados are known for their sleek lines, smooth ride and versatility (fast cruising, skiing, cocktailing) and hardtop models offer the additional benefit of protection from sun and rain. A beautiful boat from a motivated seller. Make an offer!|
|38392||18 Feet 1956 Lyman Runabout ||$15,000|
|This boat is in like original condition. Has been boathouse/garage kept. Runs great.|
|38391||20 Feet 1964 Cruisers Inc||$19,000|
|This is very rare sea foam green Cruisers Incorporated which was built in 1964. It is 20 feet long and has seating capacity for 10. It is being offered for sale along with the original Gator Trailer. These boast were popular during the period when people began towing their own boats around the country. The boat is completely restored to the last detail and really an exceptional value. Lastly it is powered by a period correct 1964 90 HP Johnson engine which suits the boat perfectly. |
|38390||18' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Continental||$16,500|
|This boat was 1st sold on Lake Mead. It spent a number of years on Lake Tahoe where restoration was started in the 90's. The restoration was not completed. I found the boat through this site stored in Colorado in 2010. We have been working on ite since. It is 90 percent complete and has less than 10 hrs. on the water. It needs some chrome and instrument work yet. A new wind shield and an alternator could be added. |
|38388||17 Feet 1961 Century Resorter||$6,500|
|All mahogany planked and teak transom. 50 hours on engine. 327 V-8 with Barr. Marine manifolds needs carburetor. Has original Holly and 4 barrel velvet glide transmission Straight inboard. Restored in 1981. Asking $6500. Comes with original steel tandem axle trailer.|
|38386||16 Feet 1972 Chris Craft Gull Wing Sea Sport ||$5,000|
|I Bought this boat early this summer of a local guy who said the starter was bad, I took it to the farm and we started working on it right way. We came to find out that the OMC outboard was the real cause of our issue, and soon began dismantling only to find the lower bearings were completely shot. We found the replacement Berings and had them pressed. But found another outboard and ended up putting it on the boat. The boat is all original and very nice. |
|38383||22 Feet 1953 Shepherd Utility||$15,000|
|With their tall hull sides and strong construction, Shepherd boats are treat to handle in rough water. A very practical boat for cruising and entertaining. This 22 footer features a Gray Marine dual carbed engine in a straight drive configuration, which is fairly rare. Always kept on a hoist during the season and garage kept when not in use. This is a great user boat offered at a very fair price. Complete with a cover and trailer!
|38382||18 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Aristocrat||$16,000|| |
|Hull number WR5061. Purchased new by a Chevy dealer in Spencer, New York in 1951. My dad bought it in 1961 and we built a boathouse for it. It was used as a cocktail cruiser by my parents and was a special boat in our family. After my father passed the boat sat for 14 years until I refinished the boat and got it back and ready for the water. The boat has low hours on it and is stored in a barn. |
|38381||20 Feet circa 1890 St. Lawrence Skiff||$2,700|
|Don't miss this rare opportunity to own a true St. Lawrence Sailing Skiff with mast and boom. Some interesting features make this gorgeous boat stand out such from other skiffs such as a retractable center board and bronze mast clamp. The mast clamp makes setting the mast a simple tilt up rather than lifting which is unfriendly to the back and risks capsizing. This skiff was restored by Milt Carnegie of the 1000 Islands in the late 70's who was considered to be one of the best skiff restorers in the area. Today it is essentially a new boat and needs only varnishing and painting before putting it back in the water. Because of it's age and design it should be a good boat show entrant and is a very worthy candidate for a simple restoration project.|
|38379||28' Feet 1962 Chris Craft Constellation||$19,300|
|Beautifully refurbished 1962 28' Chris-Craft Constellation.
View this boat out of water and see there is absolutely no rot in this mahogany hull.
Engines and pumps etc. were rebuilt and run in at the shop.
New holding tank and fuel tanks.
|38378||12 Feet 1950's Penn Yan Car Topper||$1,700|
|Used for Duck hunting and fishing in the 50's & 60's. Stored in dry barns after '62, to present. Very good unrestored condition, with original oars/brass locks. Three seats, 2 sets brass oar brackets, would also make nice decorative piece. Original wood ribbing and green canvas outside. Seats in good condition, very seaworthy.|
|38377||19' Feet 1966 Century Arabian ||$39,500|
|Magnificent 1966 Century Arabian meticulously restored top to bottom. Rebuilt original Ford Interceptor engine, 285HP- 0 hours. New mahogany decks, new embossed upholstery, new West Marine-bottom, re-plated chrome, custom 2008 Trailer-PRISTINE!|
|38375||22 Feet 1948 Shepherd Rear Engine Runabout||$34,900|
|This classic Shepherd is on excellent condition. It under went a full restoration in 2007 including New planking, rewiring, Chrome redone, and new interior. This Shepherd will handle big water and is a wonderful family boat. Includes a tandem trailer and full cover.|
|38370||30' Feet 1929 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout ||$96,500|
|1929 30' Hutchinson custom triple cockpit Gentleman's runabout. Hacker design. Only one ever built for the Smith family who owned the Historic Smith Tower building in Seattle,WA. Have all documentation and photos of restoration. Hull completely professionally restored. New big block chev.engine, new heavy duty velvadrive transmission.New shaft and shaft log. All new hardware and chrome. New seat platform and backs. New bulkheads, battery box's, dash's and ceiling boards. New cutwater. Just needs to be re-upholstered. Choose your color and style. New custom built heavy duty dolly. Boat when completely restored is valued over $200,000. |
|38368||18 Feet 1964 Century Sabre||$13,500|
|Boat hull was completely restored in 2013. It runs and goes great. Trailer also restored and included. |
|38364||27 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser ||$29,900|
|This is one of the finest examples of the 27 sedan cruiser you will find. Every aspect of this boat, inside and out is just stunning. easy to drive with the twins and easy to trailer. There are so many great details about this boat too many to list, call for more info.|
|38363||18 Feet 1952 Richardson Boat Works||$15,900|
|Hull Number 1 of only 12 barrelback utility boats built by Richardson Boat Works in Meaford, Ontario in 1952 exclusively for Dawson Marine's dealership. This 18 foot unique and well-maintained boat was originally owned by Ted Dawson. She has been completely restored with a show-quality finish. The 1952 flathead Ford V8 was rebuilt at the time of restoration and has very low hours.|
|38362||14' Feet Duo Aluminum Ski Boat ||$3,750|
|Needs a little TLC or use as-is, mid 1960s or earlier Duo Vintage Aluminum Runabout Ski Boat With Trailer, Johnson 40 HP Outboard Engine in running condition but needs internal impeller for pump. Tires may need replacing. All steering cables appear intact, original ignition key included, no seats.|
|38360||30 Feet 1983 Skiff Craft Sportsman||$24,900|
|Beautiful Cruiser that has been loving cared for by the same family for over 17 years. Over the years the boat has had new refig and A/C installed, interior ceiling frames replaced, New interior and flooring. Went back to Skiff Craft in 03 and was fully refurbished from top to bottom. Much more has been done to the boat then can list. Seller has all receipts for all work done. Always kept on covered slip in summer and inside storage in winter.
Very MOTIVATED SELLER All OFFERS CONSIDERED!|
|38357||17 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Special Sportsman ||$11,500|
|I bought this boat six years ago and used it for three. Increasing breathing problems from emphysema prevent me from using the boat any more. I bought it from a dealer and had it professionally surveyed. He said the bottom was replaced and the engine was probably rebuilt. I had the Cabs rebuilt. It runs beautifully. Everything works. |
|38356||24 Feet 1997 Hacker Craft w/ Extended 2nd Cockpit||$75,000|
|Absolutely beautiful Hacker ready for a new owner to enjoy! She is in mint condition with very low hours on the 350 Crusader. |
|38354|| -- Feet 1918 Liberty 6 Marine Engine||$50,000|
215 H.P. 825 cu. in.
Air service number 94578
Manufactured by Wright Aeronautical
Still in Original Cosmoline. No rust/corrosion evident.
Engine appears complete.
This Is The Only Known Example Left Of The 52 Built.
2 Stromberg NAS-5 carbs
2 Dixie “600” mags
Water and Oil Lines
|38352||16 Feet 1964 Sea Ray Outboard||$3,000|
|This boat was donated to our non profit charity by a very generous donor. This boat has been sitting in storage for a few years.
Hull is in good shape, All chrome accessories are in tact with some oxidation/pitting on them.
Floor has a soft spot in rear of the boat but is all in tact.
Unsure of the year/HP rating of the Johnson O/B or if its runs.
Comes with Single axle Trailer.|
|38349||25' Feet 1976 Cape Dory Yachts||$9,000|
|1976 - 25' Cape Dory #25 sailboat "Classic Girl," rigging complete, includes spinnaker. This boat is housed on a Big Tex 60CH Trailer with storage cradle. Comes with Mercury Mariner 8hp 4-stroke motor. Donated to benefit Finger Lakes Boating Museum. |
|38347||25' Feet 1920 Unknown Launch||$9,500|
|Vintage launch or yacht tender barn find that I believe to be Canadian made because of Robertson screws used in its construction. Hull & bottom are tight. Bottom has small hole, looks like someone hit something in the water. Bottom & sides are cedar. Last used in Parry Sound ,probably in the 80's|
|38344||16.5 ft Feet 1965 Grady White||$7,500|
|We purchased our boat in 1966. This boat has never been restored, as she has always been maintained. She originally had a 60HP Johnson outboard, which we replace in 1984 with her current 75HP Evinrude. She is always stored undercover. |
|38343||18 Feet 1971 Chris Craft XK-18||$30,000|
|Only 200 hulls were made from 1971-1973,not many people even know Chris Craft made this all fiberglass Jet Boat. Blue metalflake with white stripes and seats with red piping and pinstripes. The engine is a Chris Craft 350QL by Marine Performance and a Jacuzzi Jet Drive. Hull#ORAJ 18 107 H. This boat came out of a local collection where it was carefully kept for many years. Always garaged - only flaws are a few cracks that aren't very visible in the clearcoat. |
|38342||16 Feet 2016 Custom Twin Cockpit Runabout||$45,000|
|The mahogany thoroughbreds of yesteryear were much admired for their elegance and beauty. But there was a price to pay- they were maintenance nightmares for the owner. Each year or so the old varnish had to be sanded off and new applied. Every Spring the plank bottoms had to “soak up” before the boat could be used. Finally their huge cast iron engines weighing 600 lbs could produce only 55HP with glutinous fuel consumption.
Now comes a boat that provides the great beauty of the originals but without the maintenance requirement. There is no varnish. Each boat is finished with clear coat epoxy that requires no more care than your automobile finish. The bottom is a seamless epoxy/glass construction that will never move or leak. Propulsion comes from a modern 4 cylinder 3.0L that puts out 135HP with excellent economy. Finally, its 16’ length and folding tongue trailer will allow it to fit in most suburban garages with no need to rent a boat slip.
|38340||11, 4" Feet 1920s? Unknown||$5,000|
|This is a Peterborough-design, cold-molded mahogany rowboat of unknown origin. She was purchased used by the current owner's father in 1951 along with the Gator trailer. She has been in the family for over 65 years and always stored in an enclosed storage building when not in use. She has not been in the water since 1988 following an extensive restoration. Includes a working 3 HP Evinrude outboard and a seized-up 10 HP Johnson Sea Horse. Here's an opportunity to research her history and put her back in the water! |
|38337||19 Feet 1970 Ross Gaff Rig Schooner||$15,000|
|Wind Lass is a Gaff Rig Scow Schooner. She is 29 sparred, 19 at waterline, draws 13 with the centerboard up, 4 down. She can carry 6 passengers. A scow has a flat bottom and wide broad beam.Can be pulled right up to shore.
She is on a trailer and we have taken her many places in the last 12 years. She has won Best of show, People's Choice awards and a lot of other boat show trophies.
People love to see her and she is a great and fun boat to sail.
MAHOGANY CENTERBOARD TRUNK & CENTER BENCH
DOUGLAS FUR DECK
BRONZE RIGGING HARDWARE and Stainless standing rigging with some stainless snap shackles
Trolling motor, for getting out of the harbors you can't sail out of
Boat and Sail covers
Anchor, chain and line
Trailer with new tires and a spare
|38335||26 Feet 1967 Lyman Sportsman ||$27,500|
|One of the most desired and sought after boats on the Great Lakes and 1000 Islands. This soft top 1967 Lyman offers all of the room one could want for sunset cruises and fishing. High gunwales make it an excellent choice for families with active youngsters. The Crusader engine provides plenty of power for boat rides with 8-10 on board. Recent restoration work was completed in 2015 by St Lawrence Restoration. The boat has always been kept in inside storage. A great boat at an attractive price!|
|38334||21' Feet 1941 Gar Wood Vacationer ||$29,900|
|Beautiful pre-war Garwood with the popular mid-ship bench seating. This outstanding boat is in absolutely pristine condition and is ready to be enjoyed! The boat has been in the same family for 25 years. She has her original double-planked mahogany hull with the oil-cloth layer in between and was re-varnished in 2013 before going into long-term storage. The engine has relatively low hours and "purrs like a kitten." Package includes spare parts and a solid trailer. This is a very rare and desirable boat and could easily be entered in any boat show. Price recently reduced and open to reasonable offers.|
|38333||24 Feet 1954 Richardson Cruisers||$4,500|
|The boat was the property of Hugh Gunnison through a large part of its operational years. My parents bought the boat from him in 1986. Many great times were had on her on the St Lawrence where she was stored and maintained at St Lawrence Restoration. In 1992 my parents restored the boat through F. Everett Smith of Canton, NY. In 2004 St Lawrence Restoration rebuilt the engine and did some other work towards getting her sea worthy. Unfortunately she never got back in the water. Upon inheriting the boat I put her in a cement-floored barn in Dryden, NY where she is now. The trailer she is on is a modified double wide house trailer with three axles. I have all the paper work and receipts supporting the history of the boat. My hope is to find a loving owner who will bring her back to her beauty and carry on the tradition of this wonderful boat! Make an offer for this project boat.|
|38327||18 Feet 1966 Grady White Hatteras||$12,000|
|i'm the original owner. engin has 95 % compressionew varnish on deck, i have a pair of runs great , very quite. been on lake michigan and handles the 3 and 4 foot wave very good , new paint on sides and hual , 8 coats of varnish on deck
just put a new water pump on engin,never been used ski's mahogney from the 1970's go with the mahogney boat.|
|38323||19.5 Feet 2010 Custom built Chris Craft Barrelback ||$35,000|
|This boat was built by a gentleman in Florida, completed in 2010. Not a kit and never in salt water. Built better than the factory according to my expert. New materials, interior, birdseye maple dash, banjo steering wheel. Bugatti windshields. Beautiful condition. Last in water July 2017.|
|38322||24 Feet 1962 Stilson Cruiser ||$14,500|
|This is probably the one and only Stilson left in existence.
It was built by Harald Stilson in Mt. Clemens Michigan and own by a good friend of mine who has recently passed away.
This boat was one of his passions and is in very excellent condition.
It has a newer 350 Chevy with Borg Warner direct drive transmission aligned and balanced no vibration. All work done by local engine builder cant have more than 50hrs since done.
Newer all Aluminum triaxle trailer with good tires aluminum wheels, more trailer than needed
stereo, navigation with deep meter, all wiring has been redone
full canvas as shown with back drop canvas not shown and spare set of unused canvas all Sunbrella
Upper window frame is all aluminum
Stainless steal driveshaft and brass prop
Newer carpet and paint
The hull is Â˝â€ť thick at the thinnest spot solid hand laid woven cloth
Fuel tank custom made aluminum professionally done and certified
|38321||28 Feet 1969 Trojan Cabin Cruiser||$22,500|
|This Bristol Condition one in a million classic Yacht was kept in a covered boat house for over 30 years by the original owner, boat has been extremely well then care of ! I am the second owner and I invested in a full and complete restoration, stripped the outside of the boat down to all bare and bare wood surfaces, with epoxy treatments and proper primers and finishes! Boat has recent survey valued at $55,000 and insured for $50,000 Absolutely Bristol Mint Condition inside and out ! |
|38314||28 feet Baha Cruiser Sport Fisherman ||$41,000|
|This Baha Cruiser Sport Fisherman is the ultimate 4 man day trip boat. It is also ideal as a pleasure boat or dive boat given it's roomy nature. The boat has been exceptionally well taken care of and is extra clean. It has had only 3 owners since new and each owner has maintained the boat to a high level. Low hours, great running condition, and a turn key boat are the highlights of this special boat. It has new cabin upholstery and a full electronics package including Radar, GPS, and Depth Finder. This is an easy handling boat and is well powered and ready for a new Captain who wishes to move up in size. |
|38311||19 Feet 1955 Chris-Craft Capri ||$25,000|
|Chris-Craft produced 786 hulls in the 19-foot Capri model between 1955 and 1958. Since new, this boat has had only three owners and it has always been used in the fresh waters of the St. Lawrence River. The boat still has the original bottom, a convertible top and a mooring cover. It comes on a late 90's Shorelander trailer. The Chris-Craft Model KLC engine was fully rebuilt in 2017 and is detailed out in every way by a reputable engine rebuilder.|
|38306||22 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Model-201 Triple Cockpit Runabout||$55,000|
|Chris Craft made 1058 of these 22 foot triple cockpit-201 models between 1927 and 1931. This example was built in the final year of production and was originally delivered to Flathead Lake, Montana in May of 1932. She is powered with her original, numbers matching Chrysler engine, which was comprehensively rebuilt and detailed to factory condition. Upgraded to a 12V system, dual batteries w/selector, and built-in battery tender. Original IVA-Lite spotlight is in working condition. Equipped with a Halon fire suppression system as well as a vintage brass unit for shows. This boat was discovered in a barn in the mid-1980's and was a true barn-find in preserved condition. Complete with a tandem axle trailer and 2 waterline covers. Hull number is 1054 and it's possibly one of the last 22 footers built. She has been nicely restored and well kept!|
|38305||16.5 Feet 1963 Gren-ell Golden Hawk Outboard||$14,400|
|Boat and original engine (1963 Johnson 75 hp) were in dry storage in the original owner's boathouse for many years. Purchased by a fellow in 2000 who intended to restore it but lost interest. The current owner found the boat in 2012 and commissioned a full restoration of boat and engine by Millar-Potter Boat Restoration. New seats and covers by Wykes Boat Works. New engine purchased in summer of 2016. The bottom was completely replaced with solid mahogany planking and updated framing and battens. The boat is stronger and better than when new! The boat rides beautifully on calmer waters and accelerates well, even with 5 people. Original engine (in good condition but needs carburetor adjustments) and controls are included. The boat's original catalogue and price are included. This is a great package that offers modern reliability!|
|38301||20' Feet 1956 Century Coronado||$44,000|
|Hull # 5653 is one of a kind: an all mahogany Century Coronado. No white deck or slabs on this beauty: she was custom built for a doctor who knew that a boat like this was meant to spirit him away from the clinical and into the richness of life. The tuck and roll upholstery in cream and maroon is straight out of a Peter Ferber Antique Boat Show poster. The '56 Lincoln steering wheel, the chrome, the burgee masts and the windshield are all in fine, original condition. The brightwork is deep mahogany throughout.
Turn the key and the engine roars to life. Throw the shift into drive and step on the gas. Yes, step on the gas. This boat has a gas pedal on the floor and a shift lever on the steering shaft. So you can have someone on your arm and still be in control.|
|38298||16 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Special Race Boat||$45,000|
|Chris Craft made only 165 of the Special Race boats and this is a shining example of this model. Bottom has been redone with a 5200 bottom and overall the boat is in excellent condition and shows well. The engine is a Chris Craft Model KB 121 HP with triple updraft carbs. Cosmetically the boat is in Show condition and shows very well.|
|38287||20 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental Hard Top||$35,000|
|Only 221 of these 20 foot Continental models were built between 1955 and 1957. Very few were ordered with the optional hard top configuration making this a unique find! She was comprehensively restored by Wykes Boatworks in 2012 and has only seen 10 hours of use since. 2012 trailer has less than 500 miles on it and is in new condition. Show winner in Montreal in 2013, stored for the last few seasons. Complete with custom cover! |
|38278||16' Feet 1929 Old Town Canoe||$1,750|
|1929 with paperwork, excellent condition, was stored under an enclosed porch for many years just discovered when cleaning out uncle's home (who was 93). Canvas only thing not original on this canoe, according to paperwork was red. water tight.|
|38266||17 Feet 1950 Western Fairliner Torpedo Stern||$59,900|
|A rare Western Fairliner and rarely seen on the East Coast. This boat has had 5 owners since her delivery from the Western Boat Building Co. of Tacoma, WA in 1950. She is powered by a Chris Craft KBL model engine fitted with three updraft carburetors. She has been fully restored to an extremely high standard by her current owner. This exact boat was profiled in the Bob Speltz book series. |
|38263||25 Feet 1937 Grew Utility||$60,000|
|An early version of the Grew “Jolly Giant” design, this beauty has been owned by one family since she was built in 1937 at Jackson’s Point on Lake Simcoe, Ontario. The Golden Fleece has recently restored with a completely new hull, refreshed chrome fittings and a new engine in the form of a rebuilt Chrysler V8.
|38257||26 Feet 1912 Fay & Bowen Launch ||$90,000|
|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 Grey 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.|
|38255||18 Feet 1952 Century Resorter||$11,000|
|This is a nicely restored 1952 Century Resorter, built in Manistee, MI. All mahogany construction and rebuilt with a no-soak bottom. Powered with its original 130hp Gray Marine 6 cylinder engine. Nice interior and finish. Complete with a cockpit tonneau cover and tandem axle Shorelander trailer. |
|38252||16 Feet 1957 Stamas Americana Sleeper||$5,000|
|Stamas Americana Sleeper 16 ft designed to sleep 4 people and a porta potty. The boat has the ORIGINAL white 1957 Taylor Made 13 oz Army Duck "VivaTex" Canvas to include bimini, side curtains and camper top in excellent original condition. All canvas has legible signatures of the maker and inspector. Original Taylor Made windshield in excellent condition and all the chrome hardware is in exceptional condition. The boat has the original red/white snap on cushions. The engine was reconditioned by splitting the power head and resealing the 2 crankcase halves, new crank shaft seals installed, rebuilt fuel pump, carbs, magneto, water pump impeller and new gear case seals and then pressure tested. Comes with original 3 blade brass propeller. Original Ride Guide steering assembly that moves freely. I have searched the internet and not found another Stamas like this anywhere. I believe this is truly a unique and rare example of early Stamas boat history. Not another one like it!|
|38247||16 Feet 1956 Shepherd Ski Bee||$15,000|
|Purchased in Upstate New York in 2009 with engine that did not run. Had the engine rebuilt in Auburn, IN by a shop that rebuilds antique engines and it runs like new with approximately 40 hours on the engine since the rebuild. Upholstery, linoleum and all interior is in excellent condition. Chrome and all bright work in excellent condition with no pitting. Has it's original gauges, spotlights and flag with mooring light. Exterior finish needs attention but the wood is sound.|
|38245||24.5' Feet 1927/28 Hutchinson Utility||$14,900|
|My grandfather has owned this boat since 1968. He paid $200 for it and has owned it since. It's been on Keuka Lake his entire ownership and always been well maintained. The boat used to be a triple cockpit but has since been made into an open deck utility. The original motor is long gone, but the 283 scoots the boat along nicely. Complete with trailer! |
|38240||15'11" Feet 2016 Mahogany Modern Twin Cockpit Runabout||$45,000|
|The mahogany thoroughbreds of yesteryear were much admired for their elegance and beauty. But there was a price to pay- they were maintenance nightmares for the owner. Each year or so the old varnish had to be sanded off and new applied. Every Spring the plank bottoms had to “soak up” before the boat could be used. Finally their huge cast iron engines weighing 600 lbs could produce only 55HP with glutinous fuel consumption. Now comes a boat that provides the great beauty of the originals but without the maintenance requirement. There is no varnish. Each boat is finished with clear coat epoxy that requires no more care than your automobile finish. The bottom is a seamless epoxy/glass construction that will never move or leak. Propulsion comes from a modern 4 cylinder 3.0L that puts out 135HP with excellent economy. Finally, its 16’ length and folding tongue trailer will allow it to fit in most suburban garages with no need to rent a boat slip.|
|38237||17 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Model 199 Runabout||$34,900|
|Kings Transom is a rare 1931 Model 199 Chris Craft Runabout that has been restored to show condition. She has won many first place trophies over the years (as recently as 2016), competing in the preserved antique runabout class. The restoration was done by the well known restorer, Wayne Mocksfield. The boat has been refreshed a few times over the 20 years we have been her caretaker to keep her in perfect condition. She sports a jewel-like Model B Chris Craft engine, original restored working gauges, all leather upholstery and all correct fittings. Included in sale:
two waterline canvas covers
bunk trailer with LED lights
|38230||15' Feet 1971 Chrysler Charger 151||$29,995|
|This classic 1971 Chrysler, Charger 151 was stripped naked to the bare hull and Chrysler’s polyurethane “foam-pack” and re-powered during refit with state of the art technology and craftsmanship.
It was rescued from the shipyards of Chapman School of Seamanship in Stuart, Florida in 2012 where it was donated by its original owner.
It glides over a bow-to-stern cushion of air and water. Planing fast and easily like a high-powered racing boat. Satellite radio and storage aplenty.|
|38226||30 Feet Lyman Cruisette Hard Top ||$70,000|
|A hard to find 30 Foot Lyman Hardtop in good condition. This boat has been kept for many years in the 1000 Islands area of the St. Lawrence River and always well maintained. It is twin 350's which deliver strong performance and a wealth of space for entertaining.|
|38219||18' Feet 1962 Penn Yan Magellan||$4,000|
|Wow Look at this ! Here ya have what we are told by folks is a 1962 Magellan. Not many of these still around and it rides like a Cadillac of the water. Nothing rides as good as this. It is not perfect but is in pretty good shape and has been in our Family since it was new. We have not used it much in the last few years so it is now time to let someone else enjoy it. You do not take this boat out to a pubic ramp unless you are prepared for several people coming up saying " How great the boat looks. NOT MANY OF THESE LEFT, DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE AT THIS ONE. |
|38218||17 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Ski Boat ||$20,500|
|1959 Chris Craft Ski Boat 17'. Underwent a complete restoration in 2010. It has the original 283 Chevy / Chris Craft motor, professionally rebuilt. with new Edlebrock 4 barrel marine carb. Approximately 30 hours on boat and motor since restoration. New upholstery with a newly built to original design motor box, new plywood floors, new plexiglass windshield. new bow and stern flags. All new top decks and side planking . Bottom was removed and resealed with the 5200 system. About half the bottom planks are new as well. Custom cover included and has copper bronze paint on the bottom. The upholstery was professionally done in 2010. A trailer is included with the boat, bunks were custom fit to the hull. Trailer also has new wheels and tires. This boat was used sparingly the last few summers and ran great with no problems. I have receipts for engine rebuild, parts and wood. Boat comes with clear titles for boat and trailer. This is a good, solid, fast boat that always starts right up.|
|38217||14' Feet 1961 Beaver Boat and Marine||$2,500|
|The Beaver Boat and Marine Co. manufactured wooden boats in Orillia, Ontario for only two years - 1960 and 1961. This boat was purchased by my grandfather in Winnipeg in 1962. It was used exclusively on our lake in the Whiteshell for 30-some years before the motor became an issue, us kids all grew up, and it fell out of use. Since then it has sat in our boathouse, and it's time to pass it on. Other than needing a refinishing it's in great shape. The Mercury engine has been stored safely all these years as well, but wasn't in working order when it was last on the lake.|
|38213||20'6" Feet 1940 Gar Wood Sedan (Cabin Utility)||$49,000|
|Impeccably-restored 1940 Gar Wood Sedan (Streamline Cabin Utility). Gar Wood only made these boats from 1939-1941 and only 73 were built. They were great riding boats at any speed and were one of the most attractive models built. This boat is 100% like-new with authentic upholstery and gleaming brightwork. Powered by a Gray Marine Fireball, which is unusual for the 20'6" Gar Wood in either the utility or sedan versions. It provides more power for full passenger loads or higher speeds with lighter loads. Structurally solid in all respects. Bonus improvements include hydraulic steering and bow thruster for easy handling in tight spots and crosswind docking. Trailer and canvas aft cabin cover included.|
|38207||22 Feet 1974 Chris Craft XK-22||$25,900|
|A real classic from the 70's. One of only 20 made in near perfect original condition. Very Original condition, Chevy small block power, very clean boat inside and out. Includes a nice trailer|
|38206||21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental Gull Wing Hardtop||$67,900|
|Very original preserved boat with only 240 hours on It. Comes with rare Gull Wing Hardtop, 431 V8 engine. Bottom is original but tight. All interior is original including egg crate side panels. Boat is ready to be used or show as preserved at any show.|
|38193||30 Feet 1970 Arno Day Picnic Launch||$60,000|
|This is a very special boat.
She was born in Maine in 1970 by the famous builder Arno Day.
Refurburished in 1984, New Bern, N.C. by the caring hands of two craftsmen who maticulously and majestically brought her back to life. I have now owned OFD for eight years and maintaine her beauty to a very very high standard. If you are burdened by head turns, applause,"thumbs up", smiles, and constant inquiries regarding her beauty...This is NOT the boat for you.
|38191||17 Feet 1960 Lyman Outboard||$7,500|
|Great little Lyman for a starter boat...good shape and ready to go! Trailer not included but current owner is willing to transport locally for new owner. Nice cushions also included.|
|38188||35' Feet 1968 Longton of Lachine, Quebec||$50,000|
|Custom built by Longton, Quebec in 1968 with the hull and deck being constructed of double planked Honduran mahogany, then she was restored in 1990. The cabin top is constructed of fiberglass and aluminum and she's also equipped with a swim platform. She's powered by twin Mercruiser 454/330hp engines with TRS drives spinning stainless steel props. She is a deep V hull with a 39" draft. Equipped with 2 oversize aluminum fuel tanks as she originally built to run Miami-Nassau race. She sleeps 2 with sink, minifridge, head and ample storage, new stereo system also with teak flooring and vinyl interior. She will require some bottom work but the replacement value is $750,000 to $1,000,000 US. She is being sold as is where is, the owner is very motivated to sell and open to all offers!|
|38181||18' Feet 2007 Giesler Nippissing||$3,000|
|USED ABOUT 4 MONTHS
THERE ARE SEVERAL OTHERS FROM $1000
TO $3500 SOME OLDER MOTORS 6-25HP AVAILABLE.|
|38180||18' Feet 2007 Giesler Nipissing||$3,500|
|This Geisler has been lightly used for perhaps a total of 4 months since it was purchased.
The bottom was factory fiberglassed.
Boathouse kept all the time.|
|38179||26' Feet 1980? US NAVY||$4,000|
|THIS IS A VERY PRETTY HULL OF FIBERGLASS
IN A DESIGN USED FOR OVER 100 YEARS!
WOULD MAKE A BEAUTIFUL PICNIC LAUNCH
BEST POWERED BY 4 CYCLE OUTBOARD.
EASY CONVERSION TRANSOM THERE ALREADY.
FLOOR BECOMES SEATS ENGINE WELL BECOMES FLOOR ADD A SURREY,UPHOLSTERED CUSHIONS
AND YOU HAVE A BEAUTY.|
|38174||21 Feet 1966 Century Coronado||$60,000|
|Gorgeous boat! Complete rebuild 2012. Hull original mahogany with T2500 system. Complete engine rebuild; about 50 hours after rebuild for total 300 hours. All new interior matches original perfectly. Boat is in McHenry IL. Includes shore station with tarp, cover. |
|38173||17 Feet 1967 Century Resorter||$20,000|
|Fully restored in 2006. Engine rebuilt in 2007. Boat # RS67105. Located on Keuka Lake, NY. In excellent condition. Due for normal paint and varnish this winter.|
|38172||19 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback||$55,000|
|Beautiful 19 ft Chris Craft Barrelback. Professionally restored in the 90's with no-soak West system bottom. Stored dry and indoors and used sparingly by current 20 year plus owner. All of the right equipment: Bugatti split windshield, banjo steering wheel, Chris Craft M engine, green leather and blue gauges, plus an Arrow trailer and full cover both custom made for boat. Antique boat show award winner, ready for her next owner to take out on the water!
|38171||25 Feet 1915 Speedway Speedabout Launch||$25,000|
|One of only 22 ever built; this boat is a remarkable piece of history. In their day, Speedways were well known for being keen, comfortable and luxurious. With max speeds of 18 mph and seating for six, Speedways were also known for having exceptionally low operating costs and being easy to handle. 'Miami" has been in the hands of the same owner for the past 25 years and has won many awards at various boat shows, the most recent being in 2015, at the annual Antique Boat Show in Clayton, NY where she won the Walter J. Kincaid Memorial Award for 'Outstanding Preserved Historic Launch.” A rebuilt Chris Craft Model B engine was installed in boat approximately 5 years ago. |
|38168||26' Feet 1980? Canadian Navy Whale Boat||$4,500|
|Built as trainer-lifeboats for canadian navy. fiberglass,multiple oar locks,center board[ removed] provision for 2 masts
The boat has 25hp Mercury within hull. Will take a large number of people for cruise!|
|38166||17 Feet 1966 Century Resorter||$19,900|
|This 1966 Century Resorter is a real find! She is a one-owner boat that was sold new at the Toronto Boat Show early in 1966. Complete with original manuals and dealer documents. Older restoration with a replaced bottom. Equipped with a mightly Ford Interceptor engine and optional sliding soft top. Interior is in great shape and she has been well maintained. Awesome 2-tone platinum and orange interior. Very little use since restoration. |
|38162||28 Feet 2015 Myco Tandem Axel Gooseneck Trailer||$17,000|
|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.|
|38161||27 Feet 1975 Chris Craft 8 Meter Runabout||$42,000|
|Chris-Craft made only 38 of the 8 Meter Runabouts which were also utilized as race boats. Well-powered and sleekly designed they reflect the times and are still used today due their great hull design. This is a 100% unmolested boat with the original interior, gelcoat and engines. The boat is good running condition and will survey out very well.|
|38158||19 Feet 2002 Custom Fantail Launch||$12,000|
|Really great for slow cruising the lakes and rivers and enjoying the views of the shoreline, homes and scenery. Grew up hearing about "pop motor" powered boats in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Found this engine
at a swap meet, restored it and built this boat ( copy of a steam launch).|
|38157||16 feet Feet 1957 North American Boat Company||$6,800|
|1957 North American Boat Company with 1957 Mercury Mark 75 SN# S1098349. This was the top of the line Ambassador model SN# OB160 able to handle their maximum rating of 75 hp. Complete inside and outside hull restoration 3 years ago with less than 2 hours use since then. I've had my fun with it and need the room in my garage.
I'm the second owner and have the documented history. Most of the restoration photos are on the NorthAmericanBoatCompany.com URL and I can supply them individually if you wish.
Rare Mercury Quicksilver Cruiser Tank option. Only Ethanol Free gas since I have owned it.
Original 1957 TeeNee trailer is included and is in good condition. New tires and bearings.|
|38156||18 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward||$45,000|
|Professionally restored by John Ford in 1998-1999. Epoxy plywood bottom is extremely durable and strong. Just this past winter underwent hardware removal and re-varnishing by John Ford. The motor was completely taken apart and restored at the same time as the boat. I have several parts from the original Chris Craft H 85 hp engine.|
|38154||30' Feet 1979 Fairchild Scout||$95,000|
|This boat was part of an inheritance. The new owners were caretakers of the gentleman. They have fond memories of him. They know he took the best care of his riches. The wood on this boat was polished every year. I will add more details as I get them. This boat is docked at there house in Kinsale Va.|
|38150||22 Feet 1947 Duke Utility||$1,250|
|This boat will require a complete restoration. The boat has been with the current owner for twenty years. The engine is likely the original. The boat has a cedar planked bottom and mahogany sides. Most of the wood is useable and salvageable The hardware will need to be re-chromed. The boat does not have a trailer but the seller can put the boat onto a trailer using his hoist.|
|38144||17' Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabouts||$40,000|
| Award winning 17ft Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout.
Professional restoration in 2015.
Rebuilt Model K engine with less than 5 hours.
Refastened every screw.
Beautiful finish work.
Completely rewired and converted to 12v with electronic ignition.
This runabout is nearly all original! Original cedar bottom planking in excellent condition!
Ready for fun and shows very well.
Hard to find a better Deluxe.|
|38142||16' Feet 1960 Century Resorter||$12,900|
|One (family )owner since new! Original interior, engine, trailer and bottom! Soaks up in 2-3 days. Crusader Marine 283! Clean original flooring, this boat is a time warp! |
|38138||28 Feet 1992 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout ||$125,000|
|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. |
|38136||48 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Commuter||$675,000|
|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. |
|38133||27 Feet 1953 Shepherd Express Cruiser||$210,000|
|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.|
|38127||17 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman||$10,900|
|Clean user boat. Restoration was done in 2010. Bottom was replaced in tradition method and engine was rebuilt at that time. Seller got the boat about 6 years ago and since has done Chart Plotter & fish finder w/manuals, Custom cover-used for trailing and equipped w/draw string for slip w/ covered holes for dock lines
Fuel/water separating filter, 3 carbs rebuilt 2013, Bow flag, Electronic ignition (not installed because it is not needed at this time, boat runs great), Boarding ladder, Calibrated gas tank to prevent overfill spills to waterways. Spare points & condenser, Copies of original manuals, Original 6 volt fuel gauge (can be sold to suppliers), Temperature gauge in dashboard, Staged battery charger 12 volt bilge pump. Trailer included.
|38121||12 Feet 1985 Sea Racer O/B Runabout||$7,500|
|12 foot Sea Racer completely restored Livorsi gauges red with chrome bezzles JL audio stereo all white paint put what ever graffics you want 2010 Mercury 4 stroke engine This boat went through a complete restoration. Fun boat to get on the water and play with. |
|38120||24 Feet 1936 Port Carling SeaBird Triple Cockpit Runabout||$25,000|
|"Safe, swift, and serviceable" - a tagline frequently used to describe the popular Port Carling SeaBird model. Built in Port Carling, Ontario; many of these models were fairly utilitarian in design and served as cottage boats for summer residents of the Muskoka region. Some examples were quite luxurious and had striking similarities to some of the region's more expensive, high end boats. This 24' triple cockpit model features beautiful high-crowned mahogany decks, 3rd cockpit windshield, and its original 6 cylinder Kermath Sea Queen engine. She has been nicely restored and retains much of her original wood. |
|38117||18 Feet 1972 Chris Craft XK-18 Jet||$34,995|
|1972 Chris Craft is like brand new. It has been completely restored. The 454 engine is propelled by a Jacuzzi Jet drive and both engine and drive have been totally rebuilt. The metallic orange paint with the shag carpeting brings you right back to the 70s while going 70MPH.|
|38114||18 Feet 1967 Century Sabre Gull Wing Hardtop||$24,900|
|Very Clean Century Sabre Gull Wing Hardtop. This boat is very original other than 318 Crate motor that was installed. Original engine was a 318 Chrysler like installed. The boat is very original, all side planks are original. Interior and chrome are clean. Bottom is original but swells tight. Seller has owned the boat for over 15 years. Comes on a custom single axle Mclean Trailer|
|38112||26 Feet 1948 Higgins Deluxe Sedan Cruiser||$79,500|
|You are viewing the only Higgins 1948 Deluxe Cruiser known to exist. This boat was a barn find in 2005 and has been meticulously restored to original. All restoration has full picture documentation. The boat was professionally restored and nothing over looked to make this boat as perfect as possible. She won Best of Show there at Keels and Wheels 2017 and also Best of Show - Preserved at the ACBS International Show 2017. In 2012 she has won many awards including the prestigious BEST OF CLASS - PRESERVED Cruiser Class at the ACBS International Boat Show held at Table Rock Lake, Branson, MO. CD of restoration photos are available on request. "Most recently this spring, she was honored at the Keels and Wheels Show near Houston with Best Cruiser and Best of Show. She has been kept inside on a custom trailer and has just undergone some upgrades with a new fuel filter system and a perfect original match exhaust manifold. The 70 year old original manifold gave it's life up last fall. The Zenith carburetor has been re-built and she runs like a dream at 2500 rpm's. Will consider trades for Trawler. Multiple ACBS BEST PRESERVED Awards
|38113||20 Feet 1977 Cobalt Bowrider||$7,500|
|Well-maintained 1977 Cobalt Bowrider, clean and ready to go for a spin!|
|38111||22 Feet 1946 Chris-Craft U-22 Sportsman||$58,800|
|Hull #22-U-067 was framed as part of the war effort and finished as a recreational vessel. Restored in 2017 with a complete stem-to-transom frame rebuild, new mahogany hull and upper deck, epoxy-embedded ribs, joints and bottom for strength and durability. All hardware was re-chromed. Interior upgraded for comfort and durability but in period style and look. Powered by a completely rebuilt 141 HP Chrysler Ace Marine engine and comes with a custom trailer. This roomy and desirable Sportsman Utility represents a fully-restored, like new craft with a completely dry "no soak" hull. She was a fugitive from a burn pile but take a look at her now and you will not be disappointed! Seller will deliver up to 500 miles for free and 1.00 per mile over the 500.|
|38109||16 Feet 1915 Mace Eaton||$9,900|
|Traditional Peapod working boat, tender, great rowing, carry crew and gear, recently restored at Woodenboat School. Located in Little Deer Isle.|
|38107||15 Feet 1956 Wagemaker Wolverine||$11,500|
|Classic mid-50s Outboard. Beautiful original/restored condition with varnished mahogany deck, cold-molded plywood hull, period-correct 2-tone vinyl upholstery, clear windshield; restored very rare 1956 30hp Johnson Seahorse Javelin (manufactured in only one year). Modern aluminum trailer and Sunbrella cover included.|
|38106||15 Feet 1956 Switzer Craft||$12,900|
|A unique year in the Shooting Star line, this 1956 model is sleek, formed plywood and one of the last built before Switzer shifted to fiberglass. Research indicates she might be on of only a handful (and possibly only two) still remaining. This boat is in excellent condition, the motor starts easily and runs smoothly, and she's ready to go for a spin! Just add water!|
|38105||21 Feet 1965 Century Coromado Hardtop||$15,500|
|1965 CENTURY CORONADO, 21 FOOT, NEW MAHOGANY HULL, OAK KEEL AND CHINES IN 2000, ALWAYS GARAGED AND TRAILERED, FRESH WATER ONLY. THREE HUNDRED HOURS SINCE MAJOR OVERHAUL OF CHRYSLER 325 HP WEDGE ENGINE IN 2000 ALONG WITH NEW WIRING, NEW UPHOLSTERY AND CARPET, FRESH VARNISH AND PAINT, SLIDING ROOF, TWIN SPOTS AND AIR HORNS, AND CUSTOM MONOGRAMED COVER. TRAILER HAS 4 WHEELS WITH SURGE BRAKES AND NEW TIRES. TWO TIME “BEST IN CLASS” WINNER AT SEABROOK, TX KEELS AND WHEELS. EXCELLENT CONDITION AND READY FOR SUMMER FUN. |
|38101||14 Feet 1957 Bowman Sport Runabout||$3,000|
|To Date, I have not found another model of this boat anywhere in existance; it seems to be a true One of a Kind.
It is 100% aluminum and seems in very good condition if someone wants to finish minor restoration work and add a motor. From a standpoint of rarity, this one takes the lead. |
|38097||15 Feet 1957 Swish Eldorado||$7,500|
|1958 Swish for sale with 1959 Envinrude 35 hp golden jubilee anniversary
motor with electric choke and start.
Boat and motor completely restored. Has vintage double axle trailer with new
This boat was the cover boat for the March 1958 edition of popular Mechanics
Original unmolested interior seats. Many more restoration pictures
Asking $7,500 US for boat, motor and trailer package.|
|38095||26 Feet 1930 Wilbur Launch||$24,500|
|Lore has it that the boat was constructed in the 1930's, but remained unfinished until its completion in the 1990's. West System hull. Constructed with clear white oak and cedar. Well built and in nice condition. 20hp Diesel engine that works well and is quiet underway. |
|38092||15 Feet 1940 Peterborough Fisherman||$4,000|
|Another beauty built by the Peterborough Canoe Co. of Peterborough Ontario. The company built a variety of canoes, skiffs, outboards, and inboard models over the years. This is a fine example of one of the smaller outboard Fisherman models. Suitable for a small outboard or the perfect display piece! She has been very nicely restored and not used since restoration. All new white oak ribs, gunnels, and transom. Ready to enjoy!|
|38090||17 Feet 1930 Dowsett Rowing Skiff||$3,900|
|This is a beautiful rowing skiff built by W.J. Dowsett of Portland, ON. Dowsett built a variety of rowing skiffs, inboard motor skiffs, launches, and runabouts; many of which remain in the area today! This example has been lovingly restored with all new ribs and planking where necessary. Complete with an original set of Dowsett oars, which are very distinctive in their construction. These skiffs are a pleasure to row and the perfect addition to your cottage! |
|38088||21 Feet 1958 Century Coronado Hard Top||$45,900|
|One of the most beautiful and iconic powerboats of the 1950's! The Century Coronado was a true thoroughbred and offered many unique, automotive influenced design attributes. Foot pedal throttle and shifter on the column! Capable of speeds exceeding 50mph; the Coronado was a boat that dominated the lake. This 1958 model has been painstakingly restored. New bottom, interior, fully refinished, rewired, etc. Beautiful and correct restoration by the experts. She has been repowered with a mighty 6.1L GM fuel injected V8 that offers suitable power and easy starting. Needs absolutely nothing and is ready to enjoy! |
|38083||30' Feet 1938 Richardson Cruisabout||$3,500|
|Restoration started 25 years ago. Always inside. Stem has been replaced. Needs work from gunwales up. On original cradle including yard trailer.|
|38081||20 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$9,900|
|This Chris Craft Sea Skiff spent most of its life in the 1000 Islands region and was well equipped for fishing in the St Lawrence River. Only 2 owners since new! Nice solid boat, powered with a Chris Craft 185hp V8 engine that runs well. Interior upholstery is in good condition. She is ready for a bit of cosmetic work, but appears to be structurally sound throughout. A custom built trailer was fitted in 2006. With a bit of paint/varnish attention and some general cleanup, this would make a wonderful practical classic! |
|38075||22 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier Cutlass||$19,900|
|Rare example of a 22 Foot Chris Craft Cutlass with low profile cabin that has gone through a major restoration- only 50 were made in 1967 and this one has been gone through from top to bottom. The first owner ( an engineer) used the boat from 1967 -1979. Purchased a second time in 1990 it was then dry stored for 19 years. The current owner undertook to return her to better than new condition for the 2016 season. The work included a full rebuild of the Original 327 engine and transmission original instrument cluster rebuilt, custom steering console with Edson SS wheel, Lewmar hatch added to the foredeck. All exterior surfaces refinished, new spray rails, keel, cockpit non-skid deck. Extra storage under the V-bunk, rope locker added, bilges completely refurbished, new chrome redone or replaced. All new upholstery & Bimini top, Garmin GPS, Stereo, VHF, with 2016 Continental tandem axel aluminum trailer. She is a head turner.|
|38071||18'6" Feet 1929 Barnes Manufacturing||$24,000|
|A Beautiful Custom 18'6" Wooden Launch made by Barnes Manufacturing in the NY Finger Lakes. The boat is in Great Condition. It's been stored in an upstate NY barn, suspended from a ceiling, for many years. Everything is original, with wicker seats, and all hardware right down to the fire extinguisher. The wooden surrey top hangs on the wall beside the boat, but the fabric is long gone, so it needs replaced. |
|38069||38 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter||$285,000|
|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.|
|38061||22 Feet 1946 Duke Utility||$19,500|
|This Duke Utility has been the pride of one Family for the last 40 years. During that time it has always been in the cool fresh waters of the Muskoka Lakes and always stored in a boathouse year round. The boat was restored to includereplaced bottom and rebuilt engine, and kept up by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boats and is in overall strong condition. |
|38056||19 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri||$38,000|
|This is a 10/10! Equipped with all Chris Craft factory options. no-soak bottom. Trailer is as-new. Every thing works. No pitting on chrome, upholstery is new. You could eat off of the bilge floor, it's so clean! This is the prize boat to tie up to your summer-home's dock. Can get it delivered anywhere in US or Canada. |
|38055||40 Feet 1952 Wheeler Sport Fisherman ||$19,500|
|Here's a great day-cruiser or overnighter for inland waterways. A 1952 40' Wheeler Sportfisherman, she's planked with one-inch mahogany and the interior finished in mahogany trim and cabinets. She's equipped with two (2) hundred gallon fuel tanks, a hundred gallon brass water tank and a 40 gallon holding tank Her bottom and sides are freshly painted and she's been cruising on the Hudson River for the past 10 years. Built in Brooklyn, NY by Wheeler Shipbuilding, the same yard that constructed Hemmingway's "Pilar" in 1934.|
|38053||17 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Custom Runabout||$29,900|
|1958 17' Chris Craft Custom Runabout is a preserved boat that we restored to be 100% correct. Everything seen on this boat is the way you would of bought it back in the 50's from the factory. It is powered by a Chris Craft KFL 131HP 6 Cylinder Engine|
|38052||17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Custom Runabout||$54,995|
|1957 17' Chris Craft Custom Runabout is ready to go. Fully Restored, It comes with a 5200 bottom, new interior, chrome done, gauges done, all new wiring and fuel tank, and is powered by a Rebuilt Chris Craft KFL131 HP 6 Cylinder Engine with very low hours since rebuild. This Chris Craft is truly a show quality boat.|
|38051||18 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental||$39,995|
|This beautiful boat is a fully restored 1956 18' Chris Craft Continental with a 5200 bottom. It has a Chris Craft KLC 120 HP 6 Cylinder Engine and is ready to use or to show.|
|38049||22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental||$25,000|
|This 1955 22' Chris Craft Continental is an original bottom boat with modern power. This boat is powered by a Mercruiser 454 engine. Boat overall is in clean user condition. The bottom is in good condition. Nice big family boat at a reasonable price.|
|38048||17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman||$28,995|
|This Chris Craft sportsman has an original bottom and would make a great user boat. It is powered by a freshly rebuilt Chris Craft KBL 131HP 6 Cylinder Engine. The boat is very clean and ready for the water.|
|38046||26 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Cutlass||$19,500|
|One of the great models built by Chris Craft's Cavalier-Division! This 26' Cutlass is a very practical classic! 26 feet in length and quite beamy at 10 feet, the Cutlass has ample room for entertaining, fishing, or just cocktail cruising. This example has been totally restored at a cost exceeding $60,000. Proudly displayed at antique boat shows by her current owner. She is in wonderful condition and is ready to enjoy.|
|38044||17 Feet 1967 Boston Whaler Sakonnet Montauk||$12,000|
|This 1967 Whaler looks great with new rub rails, new bow chock/ Nav Light, console cover, Two 6 gallons gas tanks and a 2003 Single Axel Loadmaster Trailer. It also has a new Bimini top. These boats are cult classics and last forever. hull is sound with no soft areas or soft transom and has not water intrusion at all. |
|38041||18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman||$47,900|
|Fully restored 1953 18' Chris Craft Sportsman with a 5200 bottom. The boat is powered by a rebuilt KLC 120HP 6 Cylinder Engine.|
|38040||17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket Runabout||$54,900|
|Here we have a fully restored 1953 17' Chris Craft Rocket Runabout. It has a 5200 bottom as well as custom made sealing panels which can be seen in the pictures. The boat is powered by a KBL 131HP 6 Cylinder Engine.|
|38037||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$45,000|
|The boat was a total restoration done by Roland Travers of Maryland and the engine was restored by Wm Eagan of Philadelphia. The boat was restored to show and has had little use since. Changes were made to correct the boat to factory specs. The boat has a 5200 bottom and the motor is a 6 cylinder 105 hp Chris-Craft KL engine. Everything is original to the boat with the exception of the gas tank which was replaced in 2016. No expense was spared even down to the correct fire extinguisher that would have been in the boat and a gas stick. The boat won competitors choice at St. Michael’s boat show, first place at the Philadelphia boat show and judge’s choice, first place, best Chris-Craft at the Tuckerton Museum (N. J.) boat show. The boat was last refinished by Classic Restoration in Philadelphia and the last maintenance was done at Katz Marina at Lake Hopatcong, N.J. |
|38036||19 Feet 1948 Higgins Runabout||$59,900|
|This 1948 19' Higgins Runabout is a beautiful boat. It has been fully restored and has a 5200 bottom, boat is in excellent condition and is powered by Chrysler Marine Engine. |
|38034||1967 Century Coronado||$20,000|
|One of the most popular models from Century Boats. The owner of this boat has enjoyed this boat for many years and kept it in top notch condition. Shown at many boat shows and winner of numerous awards. Regretfully he has reached an age where using the boat regularly is a challenge and as such the boat is now being offered for sale at a very competitive price. The three seat layout offers lots of room. The boat is powered by a Ford Inboard V-8 427 providing 300 HP. The bottom has been replaced and the upholstery is in new condition. |
|38033||21 Feet 1933 Hacker Utility||$34,900|
|The seller has owned the boat for almost 60 years now. The bottom has been replaced with 5200 bottom. The engine has been totally rebuilt.Comes with a tandem axle trailer and cover. Great chance to own this iconic piece of history.|
|38032|| Feet 1939 Scripps Engine Only||$29,900|
|It is mounted on a custom test stand with a closed cooling system. The engine is a 1939 configuration. As part of the rebuild the crank case was replaced with a later casting. Work done on the engine: Crankshaft ground and polished Crankcase replaced New pistons (NOS) New piston rings Cylinders bored,sleeved and honed, as necessary Cylinder blocks cooling jackets cleaned and flushed Cylinder blocks milled and flattened New valve seats and guides Valves ground and replaced as necessary Cylinder heads cleaned and flushed and tested for leaks (spare head included) Cylinder heads milled and flattened Cylinder studs tested and replaced as necessary (Scripps NOS) Oil pump rebuilt
Distributor rebuilt Raw water pump rebuilt Carburetors (correct model) rebuilt and fitted Oil cooler replaced and tested Electrical system converted to 12V, Alternator fitted Transmission cleaned, inspected and adjusted
Engine was "run in" for piston ring seating, tuning and testing. Oil drained and refilled. |
|38028||21.6 Feet 1936 Horace Dodge Utility Model 402||$38,000|
|This boat was completely restored in 10 months. Honduras planking, white oak for the battens and Sitka spruce for the floor boards. The boat was originally from Clayton NY. The original motor was rebuilt. The hardware is all original.|
|38026||19 Feet 1983 Century Arabian||$16,800|
|The Lady Adelene is in amazing condition. Original interior with no tears. Enjoyed this past summer 2016 on Big Bear Lake, California, where she is currently stored and winterized. All belts and hoses replaced in 2010, including engine re-paint. Dual deep-cycle batteries replaced last year. Alpine stereo with hard-wired remote by captain’s chair, wireless remote, and iPod connect. Comes with three props (13x16, 13x12, & 12x14), original paperwork, and has a custom navy Sunbrella cover that hangs down near the waterline, which has kept the navy blue hull very rich in color. Not a show boat, but a beautiful, very reliable ski boat/cruiser for every day use. She always gets looks and compliments when pulling up to the gas dock. Engine starts immediately, runs smoothly, and she’s fast. Enjoyed her since 2010; third owner; originally from Lake George, NY. Never in salt water. |
|38018||20 Feet circa 1904 Wilbur and Wheelock St. Lawrence Skiff||$3,600|
|You are admiring a 20 foot Wilbur and Wheelock St. Lawrence Rowing Skiff. Well known in the 1000 Islands area and in very short supply, this boat was extensively restored in 1991 and is again in need of refinishing and minor repairs. When it was restored great attention was given to using accurate materials and construction methods consistent with this builder. It is a lovely rowing craft with two rowing stations and can comfortably carry 4 passengers and / or cargo. It is offered complete with two pairs of oars, one ash and one spruce , tiller, a caned seat and floorboards. Perfect for rowing or for display.|
|38016||18 Feet 1956 Century Arabian||$69,900|
|This boat is a very uncommon treasure and has been fully restored! This is the fourth of 46 Century Arabians produced in 1956. Known as 'Blue Arabians,' these boats underwent a special stain and finish process at the factory. It produced a beautiful and unique finish which has been faithfully reproduced as original on this example. Stunning in every detail, this boat features a new no-soak 3M 5200 bottom (single plank against battens as original), fresh rebuild of the original hemi power plant (it purrs), hardware re-chromed, new interior, new dual axle trailer, and a new custom-made cover. It also features a halon fire system, and a dual on-board battery charger to maintain both batteries. Incredibly rare and exquisite in every detail. Offered for the discriminating collector.|
|38011||21 Feet 1962 Century Coronado Gull Wing||$39,500|
|From its signature nose-cone to its Gullwing hard top, the 1962 Century Coronado exemplified "completeness of design". Century only made 150 of this series between 1961 and 1962. An older restoration that has been well kept; this example is in very nice condition. Correct A&A replacement tri-tone interior. Gray Marine 327cid 225hp engine has been equipped with a single 4-barrel carburetor for easy starting and reliability. Complete with a full cover and tandem axle trailer. Trade opportunities are welcomed! |
|38004||22' Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$49,000|
|This rare example is the 22' Triple Cockpit that remains in a very untouched condition. Original wood and drivetrain. After a complete restoration this boat would price somewhere between 2-4 times our asking price. Thus far we have completely rebuilt and restored the motor. A compression test showed all 6 cylinders at 110lbs. We also had a $1k custom weatherproof cover made for the boat and the trailer is obviously included. The boat does need to be soaked and re-sealed as it has not been in the water for over 10 years. Formerly owned by Rosemont Mayor, Donald "Donnie" Stephens.|
|38003||16 Feet 1940 Century Split Cockpit Runabout||$16,000|
|1940 Century 15 ft. Wood Boat Split Cockpit Sea Maid
This boat has been in the Pacific Northwest for almost all of its life. There was a very limited amount of these 15 ft Sea Maids built which makes it a relatively rare Century model.
~Gray Marine Hercules Flat Head Four
~30 mph Boat
~Newer Custom Trailer
~Lots of Paper Work Including Original Purchase Order and Receipt
~Everything Works as it Should
~Best of Show Award Winner|
|38002||16'6" Feet 1972 Century Resorter||$16,000|
|All original, interior is like new. Chrome isn't pitted and S.S. rub rail is in great shape. Have a spare rebuilt engine and transmission with manifolds. Fast and lots of fun. Can't beat the sound. Always fresh water.|
|38001||12' Sailing Skiff Feet c. 1935 Peterborough (Canada)||$8,500|
|This is a fully restored Peterborough sailing skiff, made probably in the 1930s. You can find it in the reprint of the Peterborough catalog by Roger MacGregor in 1995, on page 35 with the specification chart on page 51. New sail. Complete boat. Restoration was complete in 1991 , sailed a few times for two or three seasons after and stored indoors ever since.|
|37996||1927 19 Feet W. J. Johnson Launch ||$19,500|
|This good looking Launch was built by W. J. Johnston of Port Carling, Ontario. Johnston is believed to be the very first boatbuilder in the Muskoka area and is credited with developing the disappearing Propeller Boat Company who build the famous Dispros or Dippys. This boat shows off the fine Canadian craftsmanship that is the hallmark of boats from this area. The boat has been in a private collection for many years and has been well cared for during that time. Always in fresh water and stored indoors the boat is powered by a Chris Craft Model "B" engine. This is a nice size boat for a small lake and will run well for years to come.|
|37993||26 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Custom Cruiser ||$82,500|
|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.|
|37991||17 Feet 1916 B. N. Morris Canoe||$5,900|
|For sale is a very rare 1915 B. N. Morris 17 Foot long deck Courting Canoe. The canoe has a 4 foot original mahogany deck, trim and thwarts. Only three of the 4 foot mahogany decked canoes are known to exist in the Morris data base. The B.N Morris decal on combing is hand lettered/painted. It comes complete with a 49 star America flag, New York Canoe Association Burgee, B. N. Morris oak canoe seat, throw pillows , Antique paddle, antique Japanese umbrella and floor carpet. A full documented file of the restoration is also included. Hull number is available.|
|37988||18 Feet 1988 Century Resorter||$15,900|
|1988 Century Resorter 18 powered with a 260 HP Mercruiser. 450 original engine hours. This boat has been fully restored and the following items have been completed: fresh Awlgrip paint to match original color, all hull stringers and longitudinals replaced and re-glassed, all new wood flooring and carpeting, new wood seat bases, boxes and backs. All wood replaced was sealed with varnish prior to installation. New upholstery.
Fuel tank removed, cleaned, pressure tested, and reinstalled with new fasteners and hoses. Propeller and propeller shaft removed, reconditioned and replaced, as well as cutlass bearing. Motor had recent full tune up and oil change. Runs great and sounds great!
|37984||27 Feet 1936 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout||$149,000|
|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.|
|37981||26 Feet 2017 Fish Brothers Gold Cup Gentleman's Race Boat||$169,000|
|Beautifully designed Gentleman's Gold Cup Racer. 8.1 Ltr Merc engine makes this boat really run. large trim tabs on the transom make the boat handle exceptionally well in rough water. Classic Gauges, leather interior, and lattis flooring give the boat great looks. Comes on a tandem axle trailer and a full cover.|
|37980||16 Feet 1957 Lyman Outboard||$6,000|
|Newly painted as well as new cover. Custom seat cushions. Interior LED lights. Spot light shines bright. Boat is used weekly, sometimes daily from may till snow falls. Good working outboard which pushes boat right along, but not a speed boat. One 5 gallon tank and 3 gallon reserve. |
|37978||13 Feet 1957 North American Herter||$14,000|
|I have owned this boat for just over 3 years. The boat was fully restored and has the original Gator Trailer which was restored along with a rebuilt Johnson Javelin Engine. Original hardware and all complete. Boat covers is included and runs well. Electric start and electric tilt. Recent Winner At Lake Arrowhead Best Runabout Best Outboard |
|37976||23 Feet 1961 Cape Cod Marlin||$15,000|
|The Marlin is a sloop rig, with a 1500 lb. lead keel and an outboard motor well. She is a wonderful, safe and sturdy daysailer, with a huge cockpit that seats 6 or more in comfort and high coaming that keeps water out and kids in. From 2007 to 2009, the Rumery yard in Saco, ME undertook a complete overhaul of the boat. She was taken down to bare fiberglass and bright work and rebuilt and refinished from there, along with the addition of new winches, automatic bailer, self-furling jib, new suit of sails, GPS and radio, and new electrical and wiring rig. The head was removed but the twin bunks were retained. The mast was moved a bit to reduce the weather helm. |
|37972||22 Feet 2003 Cherubini Gentleman's Runabout||$39,500|
|The Cherubini is a limited production classic day runabout with fiber reinforced sides and simulated mahogany decks using computer generated and dyed wood pattern. They are noted for the way that they handle all types of water and current owners all give the boat high praise. These are very popular for those the boaters who love the look of a classic boat but without the ongoing maintenance. The vessel seats 5 comfortably and offers a stable ride at 40 MPH. This boat is powered fresh water cooled Jet drive Mercury Marine 175 engine. This also provides for a shallow draft allowing it into quiet coves and "thin" water. Overall the boat is in exceptionally good condition, hull is sound and strong, interior clean with no rips or tears and the hardware bright and shiny. Priced very fairly this boat will satisfy your need for the water as your primary or secondary vessel. The boat is offered with a trailer that has seen low miles and almost exclusively used for storage only. Overall a very nice package.|
|37971||17 Feet 1870 Adirondack Guideboat||$2,500|
|In the late 19th Century and early 20th Century, these Guideboats were commonplace throughout the Adirondack region of New York. Light and nimble; ideal for fishing, trapping, and scouting new areas. This boat is from the Saranac Lake, NY area from the 1870's and possibly built by F. W. Rice as researched by Dr. Stephen Sulavik, noted guideboat historian. She was restored in the early 1990's, but needs to be refreshed to be water-ready again. It has seats, a full length one piece cherry floor board, and a set of 8' Shaw & Tenney reproduction oars. |
|37970||19 Feet 1961 Shepherd Runabout||$7,900|
|Shepherd boats of the 1960's were highly regarded for their sleek, automotive inspired styling cues as well as their ability to handle rough water. This 1961 19 footer is a well preserved, original example that has been well loved and maintained over the years. She is ready for some light restoration work, but is a very worthy project candidate. Very sharp blue and cream interior in addition to the blond and red mahogany hull color scheme! Included with the boat is a nicely fitted trailer that has been recently serviced! |
|37969||20 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Triple Cockpit||$49,000|
|Current owner purchased this beautiful Model 100 triple cockpit boat in 1996. She was completely restored before going into the water in 1997, refinished again in 2016. and has won many boat show awards over the years. All chrome has been replated since 1997. Her bottom is 5200 method with new paint. Electrical is 12 volt system. All dash components work and maintain the original look. Dual-exhaust engine runs great with no oil consumption and provides perfect power for this boat. Fill the seats and go!! Price reduced to $49,000 April 2019!|
|37966||29.5 Feet 1928 Hacker Craft Company Dolphin Deluxe||$199,000|
|A beautifully maintained and restored classic Hacker triple cockpit runabout, custom built for John Dunlop, the founder of Dunlop Tire Co. She has been lovingly owned and maintained by just four owners in her 89 years. Always boathouse kept and run in fresh water, she has delighted owners, those fortunate enough to ride in her, and the admiring public for nearly a century. The winner of scores of boat show awards in several states, she is reluctantly for sale due only to a change in her owner's plans.
Fresh varnish and bottom paint in 2016. No soak bottom. |
|37965||21 Feet 1949 Greavette Utility||$15,000|
|This gorgeous example of a Greavette has the popular mid engine walk around and
is a great user boat. Bottom has been redone and is ready to go. Includes custom
tandem axle trailer.|
|37963||29 Feet 2006 Ditchburn Reproduction Launch||$325,000|
|This is an exact replica of a 1929 Ditchburn Launch, built from the original hull stations and patterns that the factory used at that time. It was custom built for the first and only owner of this boat who desired a stable launch with modern power and a mother-in-law seat forward which would accommodate more people for entertaining. Built over a 2 year period, the boat has been well maintained and kept up to to a very high standard. It has always been stored indoor and used always in the cold fresh water lakes of the Adirondacks.|
|37962||18 Feet 1966 Century Fibresport||$10,000|
|My Family has owned this 1966 Century 17 Fibresport since the early 70's. It is Hull # 50 and it has spent almost all of its life on Lake Oswego, Oregon. In the last 10 years, it has been in storage. All of the parts are original to the boat with the exception of the gauges. The stringers were replaced and re glassed in 200 and the hull was gelcoated a second time the same year. The boat has sat more than it has been used in recent years but it has always been stored indoors and protected from the elements. It is a nice boat that needs to be enjoyed once again.|
|37961||30 Feet 1918 Ditchburn Launch||$325,000|
|This early example of a Ditchburn Launch was built in Gravenhurst over the Winter of 1918. She was first used a Family Launch and later used as a livery boat and water taxi. It is a rare example of the early narrow beam displacement launches and and cruised along nicely at 18-25 MPH with its Kermath Sea Rover dual ignition 6 cylinder engine. It was fully restored in 1986 and has been well maintained and kept up. Ditchburn boats are highly regarded as some of the finest boats to come out of Canada and revered for their craftsmanship.|
|37959||18 Feet 1953 Hubert Johnson Sea Skiff||$12,500|
|Being offered for sale is a Hubert Johnson 18 Sea Skiff built in 1953. The boat is a classic design with cedar over oak ribs and a stylish black hull. The boat has been well cared for and is now being offered for sale. Located in Florida the boat shows well and will survey out nicely. This is a easy boat to manage by yourself, trailer and store. The pride of New Jersey this Hubert Johnson boats have stylish classic look and handle the water beautifully.|
|37958||-- Feet 1977 M400 Crusader Twin Engines ||$ 8600.00 for the pair|
|Made by Marine Products Division in Marysville Michigan, the M400 Crusader engines are being offered for sale. Fully remanufactured & blueprinted counter rotating 400 HP engines done by a race engine speed shop. Cooked and magnifluxed blocks, heads and intakes with all brass freeze plugs. Inclcudes electronic ignition, totally remanufactured alrenators and starters, new marine fule and water pumps, thermostats and matched belts. New marine exhaust manifolds. Mounted on shipping skids and will test run before delivery or acceptance. Includes transmissions, V-Drives, shafts and propellors.|
|37957||18 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Riviera||$22,500|
|This is a beautiful boat that has been enjoyed by this owner for over 20 years. It is used every summer in the Sacramento River. It is not a show boat but it is turn key. It has the desirable 131 Triple Updraft carbs and also has a fiberglass bottom. The boat is NEVER kept in the water and only when in use. It has the optional spotlight on the bow as well. Owner is willing to assist in a local transport.|
|37951||21'6 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 21A Split Cockpit Runabout||$189,000|
|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! |
|37950||16 Feet 1957 Century Resorter||$24,900|
|One of the most FUN Century Resorter models to drive; the 16 footer is fast, nimble, and responsive! Starting in 1957, the 16 foot Resorter was widened and featured V8 power. It continued as the "official" towboat for sanctioned water skiing competition event. The model sold in record numbers - 1,180 sales in only 3 years! This example is only a 2-owner boat since new. Originally owned and enjoyed by the Commodore of the Sacramento, California Yacht Club. Powered by a 289cid Y-block Ford Interceptor with dual carbs. Beautiful blond and red mahogany 2-tone decks. A very original boat with a great history! |
|37946||32" Feet 1962 Danboats Chesapeake 32||$32,000|
|If you want the best of both worlds, this is your boat! A classic 32' Phil Rhodes design in fiberglass which has been totally restored. New Yanmar 20 HP engine, sails paint, varnish, cushions. She has a classic shear, long overhang and traditional cabin house. Looking from a distance you'd swear she was from the days of wood construction. A beautiful boat with enclosed head, galley and berths for four.|
|37945||12' 6" Feet 1931 Herreshoff Day Sailer||$18,000|
|This 1931 Herreshoff was built by Francis Herreshoff himself in his facility in Bristol, RI. Buoyant and stable, with a ballasted keel - virtually the whole boat is a large, deep cockpit that will seat four in comfort, and offers a great feeling of security. Boat is in good condition, refastened, brightwork renewed and recent sails. Complete with canvas cover. A bilge pump powered by a solar panel was added last year. This is a truly wonderful day sailer and very sought-after classic.|
|37944||21 Feet 1966 Lyman Utility||$4,500|
|Is there anything more beautiful than a classic wooden boat? This lovingly maintained and restored 1966 Lyman 21 Runabout is a great choice for someone who appreciates the beauty, simplicity and craftsmanship of yesteryear. This vessel is in above average condition and has about 77 hours on the engine. Work needs to be completed on 2 cracked frames and some damage to the aft end of her keel. Otherwise boat is in excellent condition with engine, fuel system, electronics, wiring and varnish all updated in 2007. Open to offers if you're willing to transport and repair.|
|37943||26 Feet 1961 MacKenzie Bass Boat||$29,500|
|Completely restored. New engine, new wiring & batteries, new electronics, new Garmin GPS and Icom VHF, new canvas, hull rebuilt and refastened, new head w/ holding tank, teak cockpit sole, varnish stripped and redone, compass rebuilt. A true classic for pleasure or going after a big bass. Guaranteed to turn heads. |
|37942||1988 63 Feet Baia Expres Cruiser||$399,000|
|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.|
|37937||17 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Split Cockpit Runabout||$27,500|
|The boat appears to be in very nice condition and should be water ready with minimal attention for this coming season. Sold complete with a cover and custom trailer. Only one other 17 footer is known to exist. Numerous 1st place awards at Lake Tahoe Concourse. The boat was purchased kin 1996 and went through a restoration where all topside wood was removed and refastened and all of the original interior was reconstructed as pre original. The Stuart Warner gauges were located and restored and installed. The Dwight Lumber Company built boats mainly in the winter from 1929-1935. These boats were well constructed and given the firms ready access to wood were made only using the finest hardwoods. Regretfully the firm like so many others did not survive through the depression.|
|37935||24 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$30,000|
|Completely untouched original Chris Craft Triple - hull # 2577 with 5 gauge German Silver panel and gauges in excellent condition. The quinessential "Pre-Restoric" barn find! Complete hardware and original Chrysler LM Silverdome. Straight boat stored inside for 36 years, needs very little woodwork. Rare original Black waterline boat. May be one of the last original complete swept decks left. Roadworthy tandem trailer included. |
|37933||17 Feet 1978 Chris Craft Super Sport||$39,900|
|With only 117 of this boat model made by Chris Craft there are very few that have survived to this day. This model is by far the nicest one in the country and owned by recording star Alan Jackson who is a passionate classic boater collector. This is the true inboard model and has been completely restored and in immaculate condition. It is a one owner boat and everything is perfect. Contact Peter@antiqueboatamerica.com to arrange a viewing of this special boat.|
|37932||21 Feet 1911 St Lawrence Power Skiff||$35,000|
|This is a 1911 St. Lawrence Power Skiff. The skiff is 21 foot long and 4 foot at its widest point. If you have heard about the skiff, it is the Angeline. The skiff has been completely restored and scored 99 points at the Clayton NY Boat Show. The skiff comes with the custom built trailer. It has a 2 cylinder Callie motor. The skiff is beautiful with lots of brass. Delivery is available but is not included in the sale price. This is a great piece of history and is perfectly restored. Please review the photos for the excellent detail taken on the restoration of this skiff.|
|37919|| 1957 Sailing Vessel built in Brittany France||$585,000|
|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.|
|37916||22 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$49,900|
|This rare example of a 1938 22 Foot Chris Craft Triple Cockpit is in unmolested condition. I purchased the boat 3 years ago from Wisconsin and have not hard the heart to put it into salt water. It has a traditional bottom, engine gives good compression on all cylinders and the interior and chrome are in very good condition. The boat has not been in the water in some time and will need a good soaking. Included with the trailer is a $ 1000 custom fitted cover.|
|37915||19 Feet 1974 Atlanta Boat Works Aristocraft||$1,600|
|Great for restoration in fair condition, seats newly reupholstered (original color)
|37913||21 Feet 1957 Century Coronado Hardtop||$22,000|
|The Coronado was the Flagship of the Century Fleet. Designed for water skiing and pleasure boating, they are capable pf speeds up to 50 MPH. Only 466 of this model were produced in Manistee, Michigan between 1957 and 1958- approximately half came equipped with the optional sliding Landau Top. This example has been restored and features a replacement 350 cid Chevrolet engine with zero hours since the new engine was installed. |
|37906||28 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout||$199,000|
|Rare fully restored boat finished in 2015. All work professionally done . Complete paper trailer of restoration included. Restoration to include 5200 bottom, stringers and most frames, sides and decks are original, complete Scripps 202 engine fully rebuilt, new interior, all chrome and gauges were redone, interior, wiring, fuel tank were all replaced. No expense was spared and nothing over looked. This is an excellent chance to own one of these rare beauties for your own. The boat comes on a Newer Tandem Axle Aluminum Trailer.|
|37821||16' Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sportsman||$4,850|
|This boat is a perfect project boat. It's all there and not in bad shape. It does need a total restoration, but will make a fine craft when done. I am restoring another vintage Chris Craft and can't do both.|
|37817||16 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward||$5,000|
|Project hull only. This boat was converted to a retail display. whats left is in good condition.|
|37815||22.5 Feet 1924 Dodge Watercar||$125,000|
|The seller bought the boat in 1990. Pryor to that it had been sitting in storage for over 25 years. He had Boyd’s Boats do the restoration of the boat. The sides decks and bottom are all original. The bottom is very thick wood and in amazing condition for its age. Boyd’s did new interior staving panels, rebuilt some of the seat frames, did a full refinish and went through the whole boat. They do have receipts and pictures of all the work. The engine was also rebuilt although not the original engine for the boat. The work was done in 2001. The seller used the boat for the first couple of years and since it has sat in storage. |
|37772||16 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Rocket||$25,000|
|Restored 2005 Boat is in overall very good condition. Painted as original Rocket.
270 hp makes it a real Rocket. Hull and bottom fiber glassed and in very good condition. Full cover. Custom trailer.|
|37770||-- Feet 1929 Sterling Petrol Engine L-6||$6,000|
|Offered for sale is a Sterling Petrol engine. This engine is a L-6 offering 678 cu. in and 225 HP. Purchased over 10 years ago the engine has been awaiting the perfect boat to be put back into for use once again. The owner of this engine never ended up finding this project and is now ready to sell the engine. The next owner no doubt will deploy this into a fabulous boat and allow this great engine to once again come back to life. Pictures available in a few days |
|37769||19' Feet 1930 Rochester Double Cockpit Runabout ||$30,000|
|In the same Family since 1997 this rare Rochester Runabout was Built in Rochester N.Y by Rochester boat+ engine. Preserved boat with 98% original wood. Bottom, topsides and decks all refastened. Complete refinish in and out, new chrome, upholstery, fuel tank + wire. Correct Lycoming UAB, original hardware + original N.Y.gauges. Very rare boat, 1st place Winnipesaukee, Meredith N.H.show 2007. Excellent condition, cover + trailer included. Very low numbers and so few of these left to this day. We believe that this may be the only 19 Foot Rochester still in existence.|
|37766||21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado||$39,500|
|Fresh professional restoration with 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, sides refastened, new interior, Chrome in excellent condition, comes on a single axle trailer with brakes and a cover. Priced Just Reduced 4/2018|
|37764||21 Feet 1957 Century Coronado Hard Top||$36,500|
|The iconic 1957 Century Coronado with original Landau sliding hard top. A highly collectible model and one of only 13 built in 1957 with the Cal Connel Cadillac engine option! Professionally rebuilt 365cid 300hp Cadillac engine with dual-quad Rochester carburetors. Low hours, very fast! New electronic ignition, wiring, high performance oiling system, new fuel tank. Newer interior, all original instrumentation, hidden stereo system. Nice tandem axle trailer and custom waterline cover included! Well documented ownership records. An additional 300hp |
|37761||Kermath Feet Mid 20's Model 100 Engine ||($4,000)|
|Early Kermath with transmission for restoration. |
|37759||21 Feet 1966 Century Coronado||$14,500|
|All original boat with 1-2 day soak up bottom. Spark red-interior w/ 426 dual quad Chrysler motor with approximately 500 hours. I used this boat ALL summer. Super reliable//fun//fast, Rides, smells, sounds “just like” a vintage wooden boat should. Good tandem trailer. (cover, poles, included.) Never a hardtop boat.|
|37756||17 Feet 1915 B.N. Morris Canoe ||$4,800|
|A beautifully restored, historic canoe. 1915 construction based on serial #12685. New canvas and filler and Epifanes Mono-Urethane finish. All wood stripped and re-stained since all original wood had been stained. Original mahogany inwales and outwales. Seats have been hand-caned. Retained all original parts where possible. Three ribs have been replaced along with one back-repair. |
|37752||22' Feet 1990 Van Dam Gentleman's Speedster||$95,000|
|One of 3 built by Van Dam showing no signs of wear, superb craftsmanship, power and modern construction at its best. GPS at 48 mph with seating for 4.Excellent condition, tandem trailer included. Ready to run or show.|
|37750||21 Feet 1966 Century Coronado Hard Top||$24,000|
|One of the most comfortable Coronado designs built by Century; the 1965-1968 Coronados feature ample beam, a wide planing surface, and luxurious interior upholstery! This 1966 model is an older restoration that has been well kept and has low hours. Equipped with the original factory sliding hard top option. Only 80 Coronados were built in 1966, and approximately half were equipped with the hard top. This example features a dual quad 426cid Chrysler Wedge V8 engine, boasting 325hp. Traditional bottom is in good overall condition. Varnish is also in good condition. Correct interior and flooring - this is a well preserved boat! Complete with custom tonneau cover and Eagle tandem axle trailer. |
|37705||23'3 Feet 1972 Formula Runabout ||$9,000|
|The first Formula 233 hull won the 1962 Miami-Nassau race, and launched the Formula brand with the Formula Junior. It is a very comfortable, seaworthy, and fast boat which remained in production for many decades. Has a great vintage look, yet it is also very practical.
“Misty” was one of the first of its kind in the 1000 Islands, always kept indoors and in great condition. Completely original but has not been detailed, to be tip-top she needs teak trim varnished and upholstery cleaned and re-stapled. Overall she looks great and doesn't need anything to be used and admired.
20 years ago she got a new engine, has sat unused for 15 years, put back in service with a little wrenching in 2015. Good compression. Exhaust manifolds and risers just replaced. Original fuel tank was bad, a new one has not been installed but the bay for it has been prepared. Runs like a champ! Used about 40 hours in 2016. This is an incredibly fun, fast boat ready for many more decades of use.
|37702||31 Feet 1957 Skagit Plastics||$30,000|
|Unrestored Skagit 31 Saratogan. Hull 2 of 3 built. Very beautiful when restored. Classic 1950's styling with three tone colors, wraparound glass and lots of chrome. Heavy duty solid fiberglass semi-displacement hull. The 31 Saratogan is a visual treat from all angles. Well built with fiberglass bulkheads. Very smooth soft riding.
My restored Saratogan turns heads wherever it goes.
Hull is mostly gutted. Have some of the interior cabinetry. No machinery.
Some of the pictures attached are of my restored Saratogan for example.
Only three of these boats built, so you won't find another one.
Well documented. Clear title. Lots of information and videos available on line. Key words: skagit saratogan.
Own the most beautiful and rarest of the rare in heavy duty fiberglass.
|37700||30 Feet 2002 Replica of Baby Bootlegger||$140,000|
|Custom-built replica of Baby Bootlegger lofted from original plans drawn by George Crouch. Construction is cold molded with 3 layers of western red ceder on bias with outside layer of African mahogany all 1/8 in.. Framed with engineered frames of mahogany plywood reinforced with mahogany and Sitka spruce. Multiple show winner and featured in Classic Boating and Epoxy Works. Builders last project best in class at ACBS show at Lake Tahoe . Boat is fun to run and fun to show.|
|37698||16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign||$17,500|
|Here is a very rare and desirable Gar Wood in extremely nice condition.....in the water last season and ready to go....very fast with the Chrysler 6 cylinder engine!|
|37696||14 Feet 1950's Larson Falls Flyer||$3,400|
|1950's Larson Falls Flyer
- restoration project
- if you know boats, you know that this is a classic rare fiberglass boat and can bring in a very high price when restored.
$3400 obo |
|37695||12 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Cartopper||$2,500|
|The current owner inherited this boat from his father, who owned it for many years. She has been sitting indoors for approximately 50 years and remains in nice overall condition. The boat is offered with oars and oarlocks.
|37693||29 Feet 2003 Van Dam Gentleman's Runabout||$250,000|
|This custom Gentleman's Runabout was built in 2003 and seen ONLY 40 hours of use. It has a West System cold molded design and is configured with strong Ford 5.0 litre V-8 engine. The boat is designed for comfort and accessible seating for 8 people. The look of boat with it's Dietrich top reminds one of the Runabout style of the 1920's and 30's. The level of detail and finish on this boat shows a high level of craftsmanship. After only one owner since new this boat is ready for a new Captain and she shows that she has been in good hands as the boat will survey out very well and require little for the new owner.|
|37692||17' Feet 1959 Chris Craft Ski Boat ||$32,900|
|1959 Chris Craft...all mahogany wood great shape...new transmission in 2014 CD player two bilge pumps look at the pictures new wiring ready to go needs minor work on the bottom in fact a new bottom was installed in 2013|
|37683||26' Feet 2004 Sea Ray Sundancer||$39,900|
|2004 26 foot Sea Ray Sun Dancer fully loaded - air conditioning, heat, windlass, stove, microwave, refrigerator, CD stereo system, head with sink and shower, depth finder, swim platform and ladder, 240 hours and has never been slept in. The plastic 'windows' are still in their original containers and canvases (blue) are in excellent condition, as are the seats, carpet and rest of the boat. It has been stored indoors since we bought it. Absolutely must see boat.... Boat is in the water at St. Lawrence Restoration in Clayton NY. Can be seen and driven at a moments notice.|
|37680||17 Feet 1969 Alpex Sea Aira Runabout||$4,500|
|Well-maintained, classic Alpex Sea Aira fiberglass runabout. Made by Alumacraft. 17' in length powered by the original 1969 Volvo Penta AQ130 120 hp stern drive. Original seats with no tears, 18 gal. gas tank forward section. The engine has electric start, full tilt and trim. Easily pulls skiers and tubes, yet great space for fishing. Original Gel Coat and windscreen, Comes with a excellent trailer with good tires, Bearing Buddies, new lights, new paint, newer jack stand. A great classic boat at a low price.|
|37677||19 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Capri||$25,000|
|Boat underwent a complete restoration in 2003.
New planks, deck,Jasper rebuilt engine new upholstery rechromed metal.
Kept on trailer inside since then, with minimal use|
|37674||20' Feet 1982 Cruisers Inc||$5,000|
|a good example of an early model bow-rider. typical over built excellent heavy duty quality of an early 80's fiberglass boat. New seats, new floor. Engine runs good but needs a front seal to fix a small oil leak. |
|37673||28 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$5,000|
|Boat needs significant wood work including a new bottom. Bottom was punctured during transport several years ago. Engine is rebuilt with less than 10 hours on it. Has new gauges, upholstery and canvas. All of this done and boat was enjoyed for one year before the bottom was punctured.|
|37666||28 Feet 1965 Lyman Twin Engine Sportsman||$44,900|
|This beautiful Lyman has been enjoyed in the fresh water of the St Lawrence River for many years. She went through a major restoration in 2005 which included much bottom and stem work. Well maintained each year. Starboard engine was replaced with a long block in 2012. Interior brightwork was refreshed last season. All new canvas and isinglass - very impressive to see on a boat of this size! |
|37663||26 Feet 1941 Hutchinson Sport Utility||$29,000|
|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.|
|37658||16 Feet 1911 Theodore Hanmer Flat Back Adirondack Guide Boat ||$20,000|
|A very early Theodore Hanmer Adirondack Guide Boat. This is a flat back guide and one of only 3 built at that time.
She was owned by a Family that lived on Skunk Misery Road in Oyster Bay and was last sold in 1965. She is made out of pine and is feather light. She has a yoke to portage and 2 sets of oar loacks for rowing from either end. The boat is in perfect condition except for a tiny chip in the floor. Not bad for a boat that is 105 years old. The cane seats and oars are in perfect condition. It has spent the last few years as a handing display in a private home in the 1000 Islands.
|37654||19' Feet 1964 Chris Craft Cavalier Golden Arrow||$17,000|
|Very Rare 1964 Chris Craft Cavalier Golden Arrow Hull number 46 of 60 survivor with a brand new 2016 Chevy 350 V8 with 4 barrel Webber Carb and 1 hour running time (yes, 1 hr.). Also new: Exhaust manifolds, water pump impeller, automatic bilge pump, throttle cable and linkage, fuel line, starter, hoses, refurbished prop. Over $10,000 put into the boat this month (have receipt) The hull was thoroughly inspected and repaired as needed. The interior was recently (2015) restored to very near original condition by previous owner.
This boat gets lots of looks and comments on how stylish it looks and the V8 rumble is incredible. The gauges need work and the windscreen is a little hazy. Bought the boat to go with my new lake house that never happened! |
|37652||15 Feet 1960 Lyman Outboard||$12,900|
|After a complete 2 year restoration (keel, ribs, bottom, transom, interior, windshield & deck), this Lyman took her maiden voyage (June 2006 on Lake Erie). Over the next 10 years, this little outboard has cruised all the Great Lakes, the Finger lakes, Lake Chautauqua, Erie Canal, Hudson River, St. Lawrence Seaway & Lake George in NY. Other cruises include Les Cheneaux Islands, Traverse Bay, Lake Charlevoix & Tawas Bay in MI plus 3 lakes in Indiana & another in SC. One picture is from the 1st of 3 cruises on the St. John's river in FL. Being based in Cleveland, all the inland lakes in Ohio have been cruised. No, the engine is not vintage but when you turn the key it starts right up, sips gas, and is fun to drive. Fresh varnish on transom, deck, and windshield completed December 2016. This is an award-winner that needs nothing but a new captain! |
|37648||19 Feet 1948 Century Resorter||$12,900|
|The 19 foot Century Resorter of 1948 was well designed for the rough waters of larger lakes, sporting a 5-inch wider beam and 4 extra inches of freeboard. This example is a great user-boat and has been well kept over the years. An older restoration and a reliable runner. Was in the water and enjoyed this season. She is powered with a dual carbureted Gray Marine Fireball, upgraded to a 12V system. Interior is in good condition overall. Unique cast Century emblems were a 1-year option on the rub rails. A great boat to enjoy this season, and complete some cosmetic work over the winter to make her a real winner! |
|37646||17 Feet 1947 Higgins Speedster||$25,000|
|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!|
|37642||14' Feet 1957 Flare Fiberglass Runabout||$4,500|
|This vintage '57 Flare fiberglass hull was rescued from a trip to the salvage yard and restored to its' former classic glory with new custom pearl paint, upholstery and vintage hardware, rebuilt steering system, new reconditioned Simplex shift/throttle controls, reconditioned wiring and ignition and rebuilt transom. The '57 Lark was a typical barn find- covered in spider web and mud wasp dirt, but has been completely restored and given a unique custom paint job. Electric start and runs excellent. '56 Johnson 6 gal. Gas tank also rebuilt and painted. |
|37638||18 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout ||$27,500|
|This Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout is a very original boat with a newer bottom ,just finished a complete refinish, hardware replating and new interior, new gas tank and wiring and restored original instruments all work completed by a well known restorer. The Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout was built from 1934-through to 1936 and only 206 of these were built during that time.|
|37633||24 Feet 1949 Greavette Sheerliner Sedan||$99,000|
|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. |
|37630||22 Feet 1972 Greavette Executive||$28,000|
|Boat re-powered as above in 2000 including 2 new gas tanks. Hull restored by Classic Restoration in Orillia Ont 2012.Kept in boathouse since new. This Executive is a head turner and show worthy and has great performance
I have owned this boat for 32 years and it is fast reliable rough water transportation in great style. Health reasons are forcing me to sell the Greavette. |
|37629||14' Feet 1958 Arkansas Traveler||$1,750|
|Rare Tin and Fiberglass Finn boat. Needs restoration. I have to many projects. It is all there except the windshield and some steering parts. All the trim you would never find is on it.|
|37623||36' Feet 1933 Robinson Marine Seagull||$210,000|
|Isabella was designed by john hacker for a commuter service that ran between Mt. Clemens to Detroit. One of three, Isabella is one of the few survivors of the 36' Robinson Seagull. She was commandeered by the navy and served as a border patrol boat between Mackinaw and Down Town Detroit. Her owner bought her back at the end of the war for one dollar. The third owner, loui, a cabinet maker, owned her a bunch years and kept her alive until I acquired her. I was the owner for the last 30 years I have fully restored her back to original. the V-12 has low hrs. and runs like a watch. She has won in every show entered. |
|37620||14 Feet 1957 Sea Fury Runabout||$4,995|
|Fully restored recently, made in Florida, 25 HP Evinrude, new starter, rebuilt carb, rebuilt lower unit, new water pump, single fuel line conversion, new battery. Depth/fish finder, am/fm CD player, bilge pump, everything works. Trailer has new lights and wiring. |
|37606||16 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat ||$21,500|
| Bought the boat from a nice lady who had it restored it took 2 1/2 years to finish it it was done by a professional I have over 50 pictures showing the restoration the work was done top notch it is completely done turnkey not one thing has been overlooked he change the look of the boat from the vinyl that was on it from the factory to Allwood with a beautiful finish I can't even imagine how many hours this craftsman putting the boat I can't even imagine how many hours this craftsman put in this boat it comes with a brand-new trailer a brand-new cover and many extras I bought it with all intentions of keeping it but my wife just informed me that my baby daughter has just gotten In gaged. I daughter's wedding is very important I hope I find a special buyer for this special boat . You will not be disappointed you will be blown away at how beautiful of a job this Craftsman did craftsman did thank you and have a wonderful summer|
|37605||17 Feet 1967 Glastron Crestline||$15,600|
|This boat is in exceptional original condition. Boat and trailer were garage kept by one owner for 49 years. Mercury 115 HP motor recently serviced by certified master technician for Mercruiser motors. Re-built water pump. New plugs and complete tune-up. New battery. New steering cable, clamp lock, new support tube and new clevis kit. Original metal Tempo gas tank was replaced with a u sed Tempo 18 gallon plastic tank installed and new fuel lines. (Orig tank will be included if desired.) Avocado green seats in excellent condition. Boat is being sold as purchased with skis, life vests and vintage captains hat!|
|37590||22 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout||$60,000|
| Hull # 22078 Complete restoration to Chris Craft offsets. West bottom, new frames where needed, new decks, topsides, transom, and chrome. Leather supplied by Keleen and installed by JD Canvas. Restored gauges by Pat Powell. Powered by a rebuilt Chris Craft MCL with 8 hours run time. One of 138 built 1935-1939. Excellent condition, ready to show.|
|37588||19 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Runabout||$23,000|
|The Dwight Lumber Company elected to start building boats during the winter months given their access to quality material and carpenters. Their boats were highly regarded but regretfully they only built boats for a short time. This boat is a very nice example of their craftsmanship. Offered along with the original model T engine.|
|37586||22 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$9,700|
|I've Owned her for 35 years and kept in my boat house. All original hardware engine etc. wind shield plexi but frame original, Rare all mahogany hull as you know most were painted after the war, stored many years, no trailer. Realised to due to my age and health will never be able to put her in the water again. Offers considered and may store for you up to a year after full payment, until you are ready to pick her up. Pictures July 2016. Located 100 miles west, from Clayton New York and the 1000 Islands bridge.|
|37581||22 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$9,700|
|Current owner has had this boat fro 35 years and boat house kept during that time. It has all of the original hardware and engine. The windshield frame is original but the glass has been changed out to a plexi. This is the rare mahogany hull which was hard to find as there was an embargo on mahogany after the war. The boat has been stored for many years and is offered without a trailer. Due to health and age I am unlikely to use the boat again. Storage is possibility if unable to pick up right away. Photos are current and reflect the condition of the boat as it sits today. Carrying Place Ontario is located 100 miles West of the 1000 Islands bridge.|
|37578||36 Feet 1970 Chris Craft Cavalier||$23,000|
|Boathouse kept it's entire life, fully restored with master stateroom, forward berth, 2 marine heads with holding tanks, fully restored, all amenities. Electronics: VHF, depth sounder, GPS. Electric bilge pump. Inverter, shore power inlet. Cruising speed 15 knots @ 3000 rpm. 100 gallon fuel tank.|
|37577||27 Feet 1953 Shepherd Twin Engine Runabout||$89,000|
|Shepherd's largest production runabout model! The 27' Shepherd Runabout was built for entertaining and handling the rough waters of Lake Ontario. Beautifully mahogany planking over white oak framework. She went through an extensive, well documented restoration approximately 10 years ago. Always well maintained and varnish was freshened up in 2015. Twin Chrysler Crown 115hp engines power the boat reliably and have plenty of power to get her up on plane. Converted to 12V system for easy starting. The perfect entertaining vessel with onboard water tank, sink, refrigerator, and porta-potty. Complete with a custom built tandem axle trailer and mooring cover! |
|37570||19 Feet 1941 Gar Wood Utility||$22,500|
|Unique find of a completely original Gar Wood....even the original leather button rear seat back! These had a production run of 27 units total. Hull sides are in excellent condition and with minor effort she would be a fine example of a pre-war Gar Wood.|
|37565||15 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Utility||$18,000|
|This 1949 Chris Craft has had an extensive restoration including a new bottom, new transom, new back deck, new gas tank, new wiring, new gauge cluster, fresh chrome, new floor covering, new upholstery, new bilge pump, new battery and a new trailer. Only 5 hours of run time on the Model K engine. Ready to enjoy!|
|37523||16 Feet 1965 Richardson Rowing Skiff||$5,500|
|This 16 foot Richardson rowing skiff is an absolute beauty! Very nice condition and would be a great addition to an island property or cottage on the River. Dual rowing stations and equipped with 2 sets of oars! She is complete with a fitted trailer and custom travel cover. A real nice package! |
|37522||11 Feet 1940s Mahone Bay Plycraft||$3,500|
|This exceptional 11 foot wood boat is believed to be (by experts and museums)to be the oldest of its genre,and the LAST- SWALLOW A(model)to exist! Made in the same design by the producers of the famous WW2 Musquito Bombers who started building these boats in Mahone Bay. Your chance to own a one of a kind piece of Canadian History! The boat is offered with a choice of one of the two following engines which are as follows:
You can have either a n1955 Johnson 5.5 HP fully refurbished or a mercury 4HP engine built in 1960|
|37517||18 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Split Cockpit Model 302 ||$14,500|
|1931 18 foot Model # 302 Chris Craft mfg'd June of 1931 for model year 1932 hull ID 18-000 original papers avail.
Original top decks sound bottom topsides and transom have been rewooded
Motor has been rebuilt with hardened valve guides needs paint and polish
replated hdwr new cutwater new Windsor top feed stainless fuel tank,everything is included with this complete boat.|
|37516||15 Feet 1955 Lyman Outboard||$3,800|
|Restored professionally three years ago in Ohio by a Lyman fan. No rot. Plywood on top of gunnel was replaced last month by professional boat carpenter with Mahogany. It appears that the transom was replaced a few years ago. Minimal maintenance needed. Recently varnished. Previous owner was the service manager of Marine Max in Sandusky Ohio. Motor is a 1956 30hp Evinrude, manual start. In excellent shape but needs the hood to be repainted.
|37512||20' Feet 1993 Artisans Boatworks, Rockland ME||$14,900|
|Artisan, commissioned Whitehall design Wooden Sail & Rowing Boat
Artisan captures your imagination, whether rowing across smooth-as-glass water or cutting through a 20 knot breeze heeled over.
She comes with everything you need, and for someone that has a deep connection to master craftsmanship and loves to sail or row, then this boat is worth a close look.
Built by: Artisan School, Rockport, Maine. Modernized Whitehall daysailer w/ gaff sloop sail rigging, working jib, and double sliding-seat rowing stations. Cold-molded construction,
cost to build $32,300, 5,500 person-hours. Like new, always garaged, UV-protected.
Length: 20 ft.
Beam: 50 in.
Materials:4-layer mahogany/cedar planking. Mahogany framing, Hand-cast brass fittings, tan/bark sails.
Front & rear flotation
Two sliding seat rowing stations
Hollow core 10 ft. hand-carved spoon oars
All required rigging & Set-up Manual
|37511||27 Feet 2001 Gentlemans Launch||$149,000|
|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. |
|37510||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$27,900|
|A stunning example of the iconic Chris Craft Riviera.....she has been enjoyed by the current owner for 15+ years and he is now ready to pursue other interests. She was restored and shown in Clayton in the early 2000's and well cared for since. If you've been lusting after a 18' Riviera, this is the one!|
|37509||32 Feet 1935 Elco Cruisette||$34,500|
|This vessel is a fine example of classic design and craftsmanship. Mahogany trim with original bright work and markings. My wife and I have loved this boat and had great fun and adventure with her, but, alas we no longer have the time to enjoy and maintain her. These "Grand Dame" boasts the much sought after goal of "over eighty years old and still have a tight bottom".|
|37508||23 Feet Gentleman's Speedster||$69,000|
|This is one of a handful of Golden Era Classics Gentleman's Speedsters that were imported from Australia. These boats are fun to drive and have a unique transom that might remind you of a slipper stern. The boat is very clean and will survey out nicely. It was built with a 454 engine and includes a velvet drive transmission. The lines of the boat are beautiful and it will handle all water nicely. The boat has never been in salt water and the owner would consider trades.|
|37500||21 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Day Cruiser||$16,000|
|Original owner used boat to fish off San Pedro, California and go to Catalina. Their son restored the boat a number of years ago. Current owner acquired the boat in a trade. Hull has been completely fiberglassed, wood was varnished, new battery, electric fuel pump, has a mobile radiophone with antenna, inside cabin has wooden table and converts to a bed with cushions. Engine has a alternator instead of a generator.|
|37491||36 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier ||$20,000|
|Motor Yacht aft cabin Command Bridge. Many upgrades to this vessel including aft cabin restored to queen size bed instead of the standard 2 bunk beds. Decking professionally fibreglassed, bridge area raised for more headroom. Full navigation equipment. Onan 6.5 KW generator. Fully automatic inverter system. Heart Freedom 15 inverter powered by 4 Pow-r-surge 6 volt batteries connected in series and parallel to provide 12 volt bank. 7 batteries in total aboard. 2 washrooms. Shaft driven. Vessel is in excellent condition and has full navigation equipment. Everything in great working condition. All canvas replaced 2 seasons ago. Vessel is always transported using a hydraulic bunk trailer to and from our home location. Great value family boat with many more years of boating pleasure.|
|37490||33 Feet 2012 Riva Marc Newson Aquariva||$499,000|
|This Riva Aquariva is a joint project entered into by Riva and famed designer Marc Newson. The result is a brilliant blend of form and function. The Aquariva by Marc Newson is a very rare speedboat with only 5 built and it is expected to increase in value in the future. This boat is in perfect condition. Options include, cockpit shower, cockpit table, Liferaft, swim ladder, electric windlass, bowthruster, fridge and wet bar with sink. The signature 2 speed transmission is part of this boat which offers greater acceleration and fuel economy at higher speeds.|
|37489||41 Feet 2011 Nautica Rigid Inflatable||$330,000|
|The Nautica X41 is one of Nautica's largest and most Rigid Inflatable boats. Originally designed for the US Special Forces Command as a high speed attack and deployment craft. They have now released a recreational version which is offered in a number of sized and configurations. These boats offer great offshore performance outclassing a fiberglass boat. The hull and tube design is made to work together to enhance rough water performance. The center console configuration offers 3 crew seats aft of the console, a leaning post or individual bolsters. The large stand up console features a forward door for easy access to an enclosed head. Twin fuel tanks are bolted into place below deck and access is provided through the removable hatch cover.|
|37488||44 Feet 2014 Riva Rivarama||$1,050,000|
|This is a rare opportunity to purchase a gently owned Riva 44 Rivarama. It has less than 60 hours on the twin 800 Man diesel engines and has been in the great lakes since new. These fine vessels offer a bow and stern thruster, a concealed bimini top, air conditioning, a 2 speed transmission providing quick acceleration, 2 life rafts and audio and video entertainment systems. This is the epitome of seasonal live aboard or casual entertaining and Riva has included some high end finishing touches such as the rapid cooling system for a bottle of champagne and 2 fluted glasses. The boat offers easy access to the water with 3 comfortable steps in a non slip treated mahogany. The master suite in the bow is very spacious and a "deck hand" cabin is also included with its own access and private bathroom. This Riva offers the best in technology and innovation and only a very few are available in the resale market currently.|
|37487||33 Feet 2008 Riva SunRiva||$350,000|
|The Riva SunRiva is the sexiest center console on the market. It comes complete with a aft electric table, a beige leather sofa, aft electronic sun awing and stern manual sun awning, a total awning, a fridge, a life raft for 6 people, sink and shower. The electronics on board include a GPS, compass, VHF, CD player, Log speedometer, radio, Cockpit speakers, Plotter and Depthsounder and shore power inlet.|
|37485||19 Feet 1951 Duke Smoothside Barrelback||$9,900|
|Beautiful Duke Barrelback with complete new bottom and less than 10 hours on a fully rebuilt Gray Marine engine. This is a very, smooth planked model. A fine example of Canadian craftsmanship and very unique! |
|37474||16 Feet 1977 Lund Shell Lake Tr-Hull||$2,950|
|This is a restored, 1977 fiberglass 16 ft.fishing boat.It is known as a Shell Lake tri-hull) by Lund. It's popularity was originally owned by muskie guides. It is truly a beautiful that was meticulously cared for. If you know boats, you will appreciate all this little touches on this classic!|
|37471||21 Feet 1905 Fay & Bowen Launch ||$34,000|
|This Fay & Bowen has had the same owner since 1980 repowerd in 1994 very few hours. alway maintained stored in doors. |
|37466||20 Feet 2005 Custom Gentleman's Racer||$69,000|
|Expertly built by Windsor Boats in 2005, this custom Gentleman's Racer is reminiscent of a 1930's design, but with a few refinements. She is powered by a modern 310hp Mercruiser engine, which is both powerful and reliable. All of the hardware is custom made to match the design of the boat. This boat is elegant and the fit and finish is unmatched. A piece of luxury and a treat to drive! |
|37465||18 Feet 1928 Peterborough Traveler Inboard||$3,600|
|This is a very rare model of Peterborough and a must-have for the Peterborough collector. The traveler model was only built in limited numbers and was one of the company's early efforts to break into the inboard boat market. The design was very utilitarian with no windshield and center-position steering. She is quite heavily built compared to other Peterborough boats of the era. Powered by a Universal Flexi-4 engine, predecessor to the Atomic-4. Some restoration work has been started and she is now ready for a craftsman to take over the job! |
|37464||27 Feet 1921 Comstock Launch||$3,000|
|This is a piece of 1000 Islands history, ready for a comprehensive restoration. Comstock boats were built in Fishers Landing, NY. This example began life as a long deck launch, and was later converted into an open utility and used as a work boat by a local marina. "Old Spice" is complete with an original Red Wing 25hp, 4 cylinder inboard engine. Not many of these early launches survived, and this example is a true barn find. |
|37458||17 Feet 1920's St Lawrence Rowing Skiff||$900|
|This St Lawrence skiff is an ideal restoration candidate. The exact building is unknown, but likely 1920's vintage and built by a talented craftsman. The boat will need several ribs replaced, seats, and a few planks. The hull is mostly intact and it has been kept indoors, protected from the elements. |
|37456||10 Feet 1900 Birch Bark Canoe||$10,000|
|A historic birch bark canoe. These lightweight, wide, and short primitive canoes are exceptionally nimble and easy for one person to portage. They were ideal for trapping, fishing, and short distance travel with a small amount of gear. This is a beautifully preserved display piece that will make a great addition to your cabin or camp! |
|37455||14 Feet 1950's Larson Falls Flyer Project Boat||$3,500|
|Another iconic Falls Flyer outboard model. This example is ready for restoration. Bare fiberglass and no hardware - a great candidate for restoration or a custom build! |
|37454||14 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer Outboard||$21,900|
|Another early fiberglass model of the stylish Larson Falls Flyer. Built in Little Falls, MN - the "Falls Flyer" name paid tribute to Little Falls native, and aviation hero, Charles Lindberg. Larson built the wooden Falls Flyer for a number of years leading up to WWII, and began to produce fiberglass models around 1954. This example has been nicely restored and features a 40hp 4-stroke Mercury with electronic fuel injection. |
|37451||15 Feet 2000 Adirondack Guide Boat kit||$8,000|
|Beautifully constructed and used only once. A very nice example of a Adirondack Guide boat. Perfect for display or ready to go in the water for this season.|
|37450||28 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Constellation||$7,500|
|Iconic Chris Craft Constellation ready for a little TLC.....port engine new rebuild, starboard engine will need rebuild. Boat is in good structural condition but in need of some refinishing. Great project for the craftsman!|
|37446||25 Feet 1938 Port Carling Seabird||$35,000|
|Found in a barn in the mid 1990's in Canada. She was bought and taken to a well known restorer, and instantly had a new epoxy bottom installed. Later, a new GM 175 HP engine was installed. Chrome, varnish and upholstery are all in very good condition. All original and correct. The boat and trailer have always stored indoors when not is use. This is now a show winner and a fine example of Canadian craftsmanship.|
|37443||16 Feet 1915 F.H. Darrow Portable Rowboat||$3,900|
|Steel manufacturing was quite an industry in the early 1900's, and manufacturers such as Mullins and F.H. Darrow took advantage of the growing market for watercraft and began to build marketable boats. F.H. Darrow Steel Boat Manufacturing Co. built this portable rowboat around 1915 when trailers were uncommon and the automobile was quickly gaining in popularity. They developed an ingenious design where a 16' rowboat could be broken down into 3 independent segments, nested one inside the other, and mounted on the running board of a car! Not only is the boat easily portable; each section can float independently. This design is very unique and represents an era when the concept of travel by road took off! She has been nicely restored and is complete with oars. Full documentation available. |
|37441||28 Feet 1966 Lyman Sportsman||$36,000|
|I have had this 28 Foot Lyman Sportsman since 2004 when I purchased the boat in Clayton, New York. It was first delivered new to Mercers Marine in Clayton in 1968. Engines are in great shape with velvet drive transmissions, good compression and good oil pressure. The boat then went through a full restoration and was lightly used from 2010 until now. The boat sits in the Antique Boat America Showroom after being run all summer. The boat has always been carefully cared for and run in the fresh water of the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence. River. Ready for sea trial at any time.|
|37440||20 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Holiday ||$21,000|
|This is a very nice boat that is ready to be enjoyed immediately. The Varnish was re-done 5 years ago but has looks like new. When not in use this boat has always been stored indoors and has never seen excessive sun-light. Chrome is in excellent condition. Upholestery is all good except the "hide-em" strip along the top edge which probably should be redone. (easy work for anyone) The hull is all original but is very solid. The bottom will swell up tight and the bilge pump will take care of whatever does get in. Engine runs great and will start right up. This is a very desireable hull and is quite roomy. |
|37439||22 Feet 1979 Allen Nye Alberg 22 Sailboat||$4,995|
|Why take the kids camping when for less than the cost of a camping trailer you can own a 22 foot live-aboard sailboat. The Alberg 22 sleeps 4 comfortably and is equipped with a head (toilet) with extended range tank, sink and cooler for your food and beer. The Alberg 22 is a safe sail boat with a full keel it is self righting, several Alberg 22 have sailed across the Atlantic to Europe. The boat comes equipped with Roller Furling Jib and Genoa, the main sail is slab reefing. The boat is in excellent condition with one small patch in the main sail. The boat comes with anchor and line as well as a 6 hp Johnson auxiliary outboard mounted in the lazerette. The Alberg 22 was purchased new in 1979and equipped with a new 6 hp Johnson outboard motor. |
|37438||16 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Runabout Model 511||$29,000|
|Last 511 built by Chris Craft. fully restored to show condition by owner. rebuilt instruments, chrome parts, new 5200 bottom. new sides, deck upholstery, etc. rebuilt engine. full documentation, including Chris craft manuals.|
|37435||22 Feet 1950 Duke Special Runabout ||$29,900|
|This is a 22 foot Duke built in 1950 and is a one of a kind custom built boat for a well-to-do cottager in Muskoka. Purchased in 1988 and completely refinished, all exterior wood is original except for lower transom plank. Engine stringers and interior dead wood replaced with white oak, floor PT plywood. Engine fully rebuilt and converted to 12 volt system. All hardware is original as is the upholstery. The boat is on Lake Joseph in Muskoka, Ontario and is always kept in a boat house. |
|37433||33 Feet 2013 Riva Aquariva Runabout||$675,000|
|Riva boats are often regarded as the top-tier of luxury boating. This 2013 Riva "Aquariva" is no exception and is impressive at 33 feet in length. With only 25 hours of use, this boat is practically new. She has been boathouse kept and is in exceptional condition. The Aquariva is a direct descendant of the coveted Aquarama model. Powered by twin Yanmar Diesel 380hp engines and features a fiberglass composite hull with expertly crafted mahogany & maple-inlaid decks. The Aquariva maintains the same standard set forth by Carlo Riva. This is your chance to own a piece of contemporary boating history! |
|37431||23 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Cruiser "Senator"||$55,000|
|"Senator" is a 1946 Chris Craft 23' Cruiser that has been in the same family since 1946! Very tidy example with excellent hull sides, new gauges, and repowered with a 350 Marine Power V8 engine for performance and reliability. Always kept indoors and a very original survivor!|
|37430||19 Feet 1939 Larson Falls Flyer "Fireball"||$40,000|
|"Fireball" is a true barn find! This 1939 Falls Flyer dual-cockpit inboard runabout is a totally untouched piece of boating history. Originally powered with a Gray Marine engine which is no longer with the boat. A great restoration candidate or museum piece! |
|37428||10 Feet 2005 Glen-L Design Racer||$18,000|
|Offered for sale are 3 custom built Glen-L "Squirts". Made in 2005 these kit boats are all identical save the color schemes. They are the perfect entry level boat and and fun for all ages. The three of them together and sold as a package, offering the buyer an abundance of fun for young and old. The boats seat 2 people and provide a vision of mini race boats, racing around your favorite lake. |
|37426||17 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Barrelback||$30,000|
|One of the most popular and collectable prewar Chris Craft runabout models! The 17 barrelback packs a lot of style into a small package. Only 425 of these 17 footers were built between 1940 and 1942. New black faced gauges, nice upholstery, and a wonderfully detailed Chris Craft K-95hp engine make this barrelback a real winner! |
|37427||14 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer Outboard||$21,900|
|This is an excellent example of a later-model, fiberglass Larson Falls Flyer. These boats feature the same, sleek lines as the early wood and canvas Falls Flyer models. Wonderfully restored, excellent upholstery and chrome, reliable modern power - this package is ready to show and enjoy. Sold complete with a matching, period correct trailer. |
|37425||18 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"||$35,000|
|"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. |
|37424||19 Feet 1939 Larson Falls Flyer||$15,000|
|This 1939 Larson Falls Flyer could be your next restoration candidate! She is a bare hull with no hardware or engine, but retains her original torpedo shape. This would be a great starting point for a custom build. |
|37422||21 Feet 2005 Larson Falls Flyer Reproduction||$85,000|
|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. |
|37421||21 Feet 1957 Ames Brothers Gentleman's Racer "Comanche"||$150,000|
|Albert Ames began his boatbuilding career working in a shop run by Herb Ditchburn during WWII. Following the war, he worked for Hunter Boats of Orillia, Ontario. In the 1950s, the Ames brothers built a handful of custom boats ranging from 18 to 28 feet in length. Their designs drew similarities from several of the regional builders, with a flare of their own. They would typically complete one boat per winter in their small, Orillia, Ontario shop. This stunning gentleman's racer features full mahogany construction, Muskoka "egg crate" ventilated flooring, a sleek low sheerline, and a powerful dual-quad Chrysler 413cid wedge engine hooked up to a foot throttle. This racer is an absolute thrill! |
|37418||24 Feet 1949 Custom Raceboat "Miss Comet"||$175,000|
|"Miss Comet" is a very unique and special performance runabout. She was designed and built by Naval Architect, Monty O'Shea, between 1945-1949. O'Shea was best known for designing the famous Dodge yacht, "Delphine". She is built entirely of laminated Honduras mahogany. The unique bottom design features 2 planing-steps and a forward rudder for directional control at speed. Power comes from a pair of 350hp Chrysler Hemi engines equipped with 4 2-barrel carburetors each. In its early days, the boat was reported to reach speeds of 80mph! "Miss Comet" is a testament of what a craftsman can accomplish with all-wood contruction. Her powerplants are intriguing, and she is an important piece of performance-boating history! |
|37417||30 Feet 2010 Fred Heim Mahogany Offshore Sports Runabout||$164,890|
|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 Ľ 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.
|37416||14 Feet 2005 Custom Built Cosine Wherry Rowboat||$4,200|
|This beautiful rowboat is constructed with British Columbia red cedar, white ash, and birds eye maple. Only used a handful of times since completion and stored indoors. Complete with a set of leather bound custom competition oars. This boat is a dream to row and shows well! |
|37415||26 Feet 1931 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout||$50,000|
|The 26 foot Dodge runabouts truly unique with their sleek, low sheerline, custom hardware, Duesenberg steering wheels, and Lycoming engines. This example is all original and barn-fresh, ready for a comprehensive restoration. She is a worthy candidate and is one of only 3 known to exist today! |
|37411||29 Feet 1973 Riva Aquarama Special||$775,000|
|This 1973 Series III Aquarama Special is absolutely stunning! Beautifully and accurately restored. Powered with twin big block 454cid Riva/Crusader 350hp engines. This boat needs nothing and will satisfy even the most discriminating Riva buyer. Complete with cover and a form fitting custom triple axel trailer. |
|37407||18 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Cavalier||$7,500|
|This little Chris Craft Cavalier has been in the same family since 1961. Always used on the Racquette River in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in New York state. Complete with trailer, paddle, and original Chris Craft flag. Powered by the original Chris Craft KBL engine with triple carbs!!|
|37403||17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$18,900|
|Excellent boat with a new 5200 bottom and great varnish. This boat needs nothing. It is in the water running and can be seen at any time summer 2016. Has all lines, paddle anchor and full mooring cover. Can be towed away on the nice Load Rite trailer.|
|37360||19 Feet 1970 Charles Hankins and Sons Sailing Skiff||$17,000|
|1970 Charles E. Hankins 19’ Sailing Sea Bright Skiff
Ahoy... you are viewing an authentic 19' Sailing Sea Bright Beach Skiff, which is a lengthened version of Hankins traditional 16' skiff and is understood to be the last in existence that is privately owned and/or known to privately exist solely.
Built in the winter of 1970 by Jersey legend Charles E. Hankins at his family's Lavallette, New Jersey boat building firm, Charles Hankins and Sons. His father, Charles M. Hankins, established the boat building business in 1912. All together, the Hankins family boat building business produced award winning Jersey Sea Skiffs and other small crafts for almost a century.
|37358||18 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Super Sport||$30,000|
|Only 2nd owner. Family boat. The perfect ski boat - Ever notice how MasterCraft copied Chris Craft's hull design? Excellent condition. Hull survey available - superior condition. Fresh water only. Stored in heated aircraft hangar. New varnish and hull paint (no fiberglass). Low time engine. Guaranteed to perform per specs or seller will pay for repairs/ overhaul. Sale includes all accessories, spare parts and ski equipment. |
|37357||10 Feet Indigenous Birch Bark Canoe||$8,000|
|Beautifully hand crafted in Quebec.
Excellent condition. Always stored indoors. Only water tested. 10ft
Perfect for home, cottage, cabin or chalet decor. A beautiful show piece.
|37356||14 Feet 1957 Span America Outboard||$4,000|
|Span America 1957 14 foot runabout with 1957 Span America Trailer, and 1957 35 HP Evinrude Electric start motor. What a find, engine turns over but not running. clear WY titles for boat and trailer. |
|37355||12' Feet 1953 Chris-Craft Kit Boat||$3,900|
|Price reduced !! Great small wood hull boat . In excellent condition, and stored indoors on Lake George in upstate NY. Only in the water about 2 weeks per year.|
|37351||37 Feet 1935 Ditchburn Commuter||$500,000|
|"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. |
|37348||38 Feet 1930 American Car & Foundry Commuter||$125,000|
|One of only a handful left in existence, this 38' American Car & Foundry Commuter is exquisite. Much of the hard work has already been completed and she is ready to be finished by her new owner. Eastern Red Cedar hull planking, new bottom, 58 new steam bent white oak frames. Original layout with raised panel solid mahogany interior. original AB Sands porcelain fixtures, complete to toothbrush holder. Fore and Aft deck cockpits and fabulous for entertaining day cruising. New everything. Powered by twin, new John Deere marine diesel engines for reliability and long cruising range. Seating for 10-12 passengers. Add your own custom touches and enjoy!|
|37349||36 Feet 1926 Ditchburn Voyageur Launch||$600,000|
|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. |
|37346||50 Feet 1926 Camper & Nicholsons Commuter||$150,000|
|One of only 2 known to exist today, and only 9 built between 1912 and 1930! Beautiful English design, unique salon in its aft cabin, and very intriguing lines throughout. The design features Mermaid hardware, Dusenburg steering wheel, and Auburn shifters. This particular craft served as a yacht tender in the early 1930's to a larger vessel. She is well equipped with plush bench seating the salon, additional seating in the forward cockpit, and seating on the aft deck for an additional 6-8 passengers. This example has been expertly restored with originality in mind. The refit took place in England in 1990 and included total disassembly. |
|37347||40 Feet 1921 Fay & Bowen Launch "Seneca"||$400,000|
|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. |
|37345||56 Feet 1990 Custom Commuter||$1,000,000|
|At 56 feet in length, "Pops" is a Custom Commuter that is reminiscent of the Art Deco, Wall Street Commuters of the 1920's and 1930's. Equipped with modern amenities and reliable twin Caterpillar engines, she is well suited for day cruiser and entertaining. She makes a statement wherever she goes. Located in Holland, Michigan. |
|37333||17 Feet 1993 Century Resorter||$13,500|
|This Century Resorter is in overall excellent condition. The boat came from California about 7 years and ago and has been carefully cared for by its current owners. The boat is always stored indoors and / or under cover and enjoyed in the fresh waters of the St. Lawrence River in Northern New York. Powered by a 350 Crusader and the boat runs fast and strong with new trim tabs along with new thru-hull depth gauge. The hull is in very good condition with great looking decks!. Requires nothing other than a new owner to enjoy her this season!|
|37329||18 Feet ca. 1922 Parsons Brothers||$15,000|
|This is a beautiful 18 ft. Antique Adirondack Guide Boat built by Parsons Brothers in Old Forge, NY, ca. 1922. It has been lovingly maintained in top shape by the current owner since 1986. Canes seats, maple oars, removable bottom board, and yoke included. This is a true collectors guide boat. Weighs approximately 96 lbs. fully fitted out with oars, seats, and yoke.
|37327||19 Feet 1954 Century Viking||$9,900|
|1954 Century Viking 19. Powered by an original Universal Super Four 4cyl. Flathead motor approx. 45 hp. Completely restored by a top classic marine engineering restoration specialist (VanNess). Very reliable and easy to operate. Approximately 30 hours on motor since restoration. Dual station (1954 only) rack & pinion hydraulic (rare) Hydra-Power steering (expensive '54 option). Hydra-Power complete operating and maintenance manual included. Hull is sound and has newer varnish topside and bottom paint. Boat professionally maintained by local antique boat expert Katz's Marine in Lake Hopatcong, NJ. Professionally winterized and season prepped each year. Newer canvas. Includes Bimini and cushions. Replaced fuel tank, wiring, sole, re-chrome, custom fender covers. Trailer included. Nice boat for inexpensive entry into antique boat world. Lots of looks and attention. Everyone wants to know about the unique dual steering setup!
|37325||22 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$12,500|
|Only two owners since new and always enjoyed in fresh water, first for 47 years on Lake George and more recently on Lake Greenwood in southeastern New York State. This Sea Skiff is solid structurally but needs cosmetic attention, including fresh paint and stripping/sanding/re-varnishing. Owner is obtaining quotes for a complete restoration at several shops in southern New Jersey during the winter of 2019 but will entertain an "as is, where is" offer.|
|37320||18 Feet 1962 Penn Yan Outboard||$7,600|
|2 owner. Only 2 of year/model still licensed. Restored in 2015. Current family bought the boat from the first owner 20 years ago. The boat was used only 2 weeks per year at a lake in Michigan during their Family's annual vacation. The boat was stripped to bare and refinished, re-stained and varnished. The boat needs a new Captain and is a very desirable model from this well known builder in the Finger Lakes of New York. |
|37289||17' Feet 1978 Century Arabian||$2,200|
|This is a project I started and lost interest when I bought another boat. The entire interior needs to be re- upholstered.|
|37285||26 Feet 2016 Work Boat America Aluminium Landing Craft||$60,000|
|Rugged, durable and versatile when one first looks at the Bullnose Landing Crafts from Work Boat America. This 26 Foot Landing Craft will accommodate a heavy payload and its 72 inch front drop gate will allow most any equipment you wish to bring aboard. The closed cabin will allow for comfortable transport for four adults comfortably in three seasons. It has just passed its break in period of 10 hours being used for demonstrations. These boats are well built and perfect for working on the water. Call us to schedule a sea trial on this boat. We can also configure a boat for you from 24 feet to 44 feet in length. Boat delivery can be arranged at a reasonable price ...call us for a quote. |
|37284||24 Feet 2016 Work Boat America Landing Craft||$49,000|
|Sturdy, durable and multi purpose. The landing crafts from Work Boat America are words to describe the utilitarian value of these boats. Perfect for either personal use or professional contractors. These boats come with either an enclosed cabin or open and can be equipped with your preferred brand of outboard. Suitable for 3 seasons of use on the water and strong enough for heavy load capacities, these boat will not disappoint. Call us to schedule a sea trial. Boats can be offered with trailer or delivered to your home for a reasonable fee. |
|37283||22 Feet 1964 Riva Ariston||$140,000|
|After 14 years of ownership this Riva Ariston is now being offered for sale. During that time the engine was rebuilt and upholstery replaced with correct Riva colors.
This boat runs very well and was Carlo Riva's favorite model. Only 1,016 of these units were made over a 25 year period and it is believed that less than 60 of these Aristons reside within North America. Considered to be the Stradivarius of boats; this iconic machine is a true collectors piece.|
|37279||21 Feet 1895 Gas Engine & Power Company Launch||$59,000|
|The Cathedral was built in 1895 and was originally a Naphtha launch powered by a steam type engine, boiling a low grade gasoline called Naphtha. The vapor would run through the engine similar to a steam engine. Her first home was in the San Francisco Bay area where she remained until 1924, at which time she was transported to Lake Tahoe. The original engine was removed after this point, and replaced with her current Union Marine engine. The boat was sold and moved to Fallen Leaf Lake in 1939. Subsequently, the owners sank her in 1951. She laid on the bottom in 60 feet of water until raised in 1972. The current owner restored the boat entirely over a 2 year period and she is quite a piece of history!|
|37277||18 Feet 1929 American Car & Foundry Triple Cockpit Outboard||$24,000|
|This is a very intriguing, deluxe outboard model built the American Car & Foundry corporation in 1929. The "Wason" model features a unique triple cockpit design and an inset outboard configuration with the engine sitting in a motor-well. This example was rescued in 2007 and then underwent a comprehensive restoration where she was totally replanked in Honduran mahogany, refinished, reupholstered, and powered with a rare electric starting Evinrude Speedifour outboard engine. The boat runs excellent and is a real head turner. Originally advertised as "America's Super-Outboard", the Wason-18 is a significant part of outboard history. |
|37268||32 Feet 1936 American Car & Foundry Day Cruiser||$45,000|
|American Car & Foundry knowns as ACF produced some of the finest transportation equipment. Founded in 1899 it was the result of 13 railroad car manufacturers merging. The company not only made rolling stock but also motor coaches, trolley coaches, motor cars and a few boats. Today this fine example of their work is but one of a very few remaining and what a shining example it is as it is in pristine condition.|
|37266||28 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout||$150,000|
|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. |
|37264||26 Feet 1963 Tollycraft||$15,000|
|All mahogany wood, in good condition, could really be beautiful if fully restored. Is on a dual axle 25 ft trailer.|
|37263||19 Feet 1958 Lyman Islander ||$15,500|
|Nicest Islander available today. Purchased 5 years ago by the current owner and kept in very nice condition. Only 11 hours since complete restoration. All parts are original and functional (windshield wiper does not work). Includes a Loadmaster trailer and 2 original life jackets from the 1950s. Runs strong. Excellent condition.|
|37252||1955-1957 Feet Chrysler Marine Hemi Engine||$7,000|
|This 1950s 270ci m44s Chrysler marine hemi was removed from a vintage Chris-craft runabout with only 40hrs on a rebuild.they made them from 1955-1957. Everything on this engine is gear drive like an aircraft engine. It is complete with trans in excellent running order. This is a left hand solid lifter engine.You can see a video of this exact engine running on YouTube if you Google 1950s 270 cubic inch marine hemi. It comes with lots of spares like tach and tach drive, exhaust manifold, distributer,water pump,manuals and paperwork and more. why spend $7000 to rebuild one when you can just drop this one in and go.|
|37251||20 Feet 1980 Baja Outboard||$13,500|
|This is one of the sleekest, low profile & coolest boats Baja's ever made & it looks brand new. It's ideal for speed, handles big lake chop & has one of the smallest wakes for water skiing. Hull is very solid. The top finish of the boat has been completely refurbished was hand gel-coated by one of the best boat refinishers in the state. The finish & red/silver metal flake look brand new as it sparkles in the sun. Interior completely remodeled & upgraded with great materials & a custom job. The original 200 HP outboard still runs fast at 55 MPH, idles perfectly & can cruise at slow speeds. 3 blade prop is just redone and polished like new. Has boat cover. A great boat for a first timer or someone who loves a classic low profile Baja. Very comfortable & fun to drive. I hate to sell, I went bigger & still low profile boat. Boat can be driven on Pewaukee Lake, WI. Must sell, my other boat is blocking the driveway. I have owned the boat for 30 years.|
|37250||27 Feet 1956 Shepherd Twin Engine Runabout||$125,000|
|One of the nicest twin engine Shepherd runabouts you will find! This example has been beautifully restored and shows real pride of ownership. Built in Niagara on the Lake, Shepherd boats were built for rough water conditions with double layer bottoms, significant bow flare, tall hullsides, and a wide beam. 27' models are regarded to be one of the best entertaining boats with ample room for passengers and an open cockpit configuration with engines in the stern. Powered by twin dual-carb 135hp Chrysler engines, this boat can also perform! She features a custom interior, wheel, and gauges that add a unique flair. |
|37246||23 Feet 1948 Ventnor Twin Engine Sport Runabout||$249,000|
|An original Lake Minnetonka raceboat; Shazam was campaigned until 1955 and remained in storage until she was discovered in the late 1970's. Ventnor only made 6 of these twin engine Sport Runabouts and this is hull #6, the last of the production. Two others are known to exist, and only one other is on the water. She was completely restored in 2005 and turned many heads on the show circuit in 2006. The boat remains in wonderful, concours condition and is correct to original in every aspect. Powered by twin Gray Marine Fireball engines, she is capable of speeds up to 50 mph! |
|37243||26 Feet 1905 Milwaukee Yacht and Boat Co. Launch||$75,000|
|In the first decade of the 20th Century, advances in boating gave rise to what was then called "auto-boat". In the style of a touring car with the engine under the driver, who sat upright with a steering wheel and dashboard. This X-Celo Launch is but one of only three in existence and was one of the first using this design. The boat is carvel planked over oak with a mahogany deck that was originally canvas covered. This is a handsome boat that is in very nice shape and was restored in the 1980's. Current engine is a Gray Marine 6-40 which is a straight six cylinder L- head producing 40 HP. Boat is nice but dry and seams have opened up above the water line after years of being out of the water. As such the boat is being offered at a very reasonable price.|
|37241||-- Feet 1919 Marine Bathroom Fixture||$ 4200 Firm |
|From 1882 to the 1930's only two companies from New York City made bathroom fixtures which became common place on boats and rail cars. The most attractive and successful design was the fold down sink which was ideal for close quarters. They were used on Chris Craft Commuters, Elco's, Robinson Seagull's, Richardson's, Sea Lyon's, American Car and Foundry's and Wheeler Playmate's. Today these are sought after by yacht and cruiser and train car owners alike. This unit is in excellent condition after being restored and is ready to complete your project and adorn your pride and joy.|
|37237||1947 Parsons Engineering 30 HP Engine ||$5,000|
|The engine came out of a 1947 Hunter. It comes complete with transmission. Condition of engine is unknown, however I was told it was in running condition when removed. |
|37235||21'9 Feet 1971 Glastron Carlson||$12,500|
|This boat was purchased in 1971 by my Father's best friend. He is a like an Uncle to me and I watched as he cared for his boat for many years. Always garage kept and treated like his baby. he does not have much time left and has bequeathed the boat to me. It is a collector boat and will need only some minor cosmetics to get it going again and to enjoy the way he once did. All offers considered.|
|37229||39 Feet 1998 Aprea Mare Motoryacht||$235,000|
|Italian design and engineering, beautiful woodwork, subtle lighting and teak and holly floors highlight this gorgeous boat. A salon and galley blend right into a large convertible banquette. A master stateroom with a queen berth supported by a guest stateroom with twin berths that convert into a queen. Both with built in night stands, lockers and port lights. Galley has a double stainless sink, under counter fridge, microwave, two burner stove and green marble counter tops with lots of storage. This is a rare and hard to find vessel with the majority of these boats available only in Europe. |
|37223||49 Feet 1971 Motoryacht||$155,000|
|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.|
|37222||18 Feet 1952 Century Resorter||$28,900|
|This 1952 Century Resorter was originally delivered to Greenwood Lake. The boat was last registered in 1972 and it sat in indoor storage for many years. Purchased again in 2013, the boat was fully restored. The bottom was stripped and inspected finding no rot at all, penetrating epoxy was applied to bottom and all refastened, bottom planking seams were done with 3M 5200, followed by fresh varnish, all chrome re-done and engine serviced. The boat received a new gas tank, new copper wiring and new upholstery...there is also a bilge blower installed for extra safety. A 2014 Performance trailer completes the package. Since then, the boat has been shown and is an award winner scoring 93 within the ACBS judging standards. The boat is ready now for a new custodian with many years of fun boating ahead.|
|37220||15 Feet Mid 1950's Old Town Canoe||$1,750|
|Beautiful 1950's Old Town Canoe boat, classic vintage piece before they stopped producing boats.
Recent paint, new glass and varnish inside.
Great piece for the price!
|37216||29 Feet 1989 Riva Super Aquarama Special||$750,000|
|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.|
|37215||70 Feet 1903 Polson Iron Works||$850,000|
|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.|
|37213||34 Feet 1948 Miss Canada IV Race Boat||$775,000|
|Miss Canada IV was Canada's first challenger for the Harmsworth Trophy, emblematic of world speedboat supremacy. She set an official world record of 138 MPH in 1949 and in her 1950 attempt to best Slo-Mo-Shun's 160 MPH world mark, recorded a one-mile run of 173 MPH. On her return run at an estimated 200 MPH, the gearbox failed and she drifted to a stop one hundred yards short of a certain world record. The Wilson Racing team sold the boat in 1951 and she was later campaigned as Miss Supertest. Found in the 1970's by the Mistele family of Detroit, the boat was shown at many events and eventually brought to Canada in 2011. This boat is an important part of Canadian race boating history and is now being offered complete with her Rolls Royce Griffon engine and hydraulic trailer. |
|37210||28 Feet 1968 Pembroke Sport Fisherman ||$20,000|
|Built in Pembroke/Allenstown, New Hampshire in 1968, this substantially restored Pembroke 28 Sport Fisherman was purchased by the current owner from a master woodworker in the fall of 2015 with plans to complete the restoration to her exquisite glory. The prior owner spent the last 20 years picking away at every detail in the restoration garage/woodshop that he build specifically for this boat. Unfortunately, plans changed for the current owner and he is now offering this oak and mahogany lapstrake cruiser for sale. The boat needs an engine, but is nearly ready for the power plant of your choosing [the current owner planned a 6-cylinder diesel]. Anybody that knows antique boats knows that this yacht is a once in a generation offering.|
|37209||24 Feet 2017 Danalevi Furina||$189,000|
|THIS BOAT WILL BE FEATURED IN THE ANTIQUE BOAT AMERICA BOOTH AT THE SUNNYLAND SHOW 3/18 - 3/20. Furina is well thought out with every detail provided for your pure enjoyment. Classically inspired, Furina is twenty-four feet of powerboat sophistication. High-end finish, luxurious interior and stainless steel accents add to her appeal.
Designed with a deep-V hull Danalevi Powerboats Furina glides through uneasy waters with confidence. Whether in salt or fresh water, you will appreciate her smooth ride with effortless and responsive handling.
|37208||20 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera||$28,500|
|Boat is in very good condition. New ineterior. Boat refinished in Fall of 2011. Comes with a custom configured tandem axle trailer. Shore Station electric hoist with vinyl roof also available, made for the boat. |
|37206||38 Feet 1972 Pellegrini Venetian Wayter Taxi||$79,000|
|This Venetian Water Taxi is not a DUPLICATE listing to 37205. In fact, Antique Boat America is offering two 38 Foot Water Taxi with a single Volvo Penta Diesel engine offering 270HP. A hotel in Italy underwent financial hardship and has had these 2 boats in storage for almost 10 years. Both of the boats are structurally sound and were previously used a shuttle boat for their hotel guests.|
|37205||38 Feet 1972 Venetian Water Taxi||$80,000|
|This Venetian Water Taxi is made of mahogany and teak and is a fine example of its style. Due to financial problems of a hotel, this boat has not been in the water in 10 years. Structurally the boat is in very good condition, but does require cosmetics. |
|37201||18 Feet 1962 Higgins Mandalay Utility||$25,000|
|Mahogany construction. Less than 50 of all Higgins boat are known to exist and less than 13 of this model according to info from the Higgins Boat Club. Built by Andrew Higgins in New Orleans. Andrew Higgins designed the Personnel Landing crafts and the PT boats used in WWII. President Eisenhower stated Higgins Boats helped win the war. After the war, Higgins Corporation built pleasure crafts and yachts untill 1964. The White Gold is finished in its original colors with a silicon bronze bottom job. This craft was purchased from the original owners and was meticulously maintained with the service manuals and records included with the book "ANDREW JACKSON HIGGINS AND THE BOATS THAT WON WWII" detailing the history of Higgins water crafts.|
|37192||35 Feet 2008 StanCraft Litespeed Runabout||$255,000|
|Just re-finished! This boat is in amazing condition and has a custom painted 700HP Viper V10 engine. Seats 6 with comfort. |
|37191||33 Feet 2008 StanCraft Flash Sedan||$325,000|
|The first "Flash" of the series this boat is an original. Single engine 700HP and a literal wave slicer! Absolute blast of a boat! Seats 8 people. |
|37188||28 Feet 2008 StanCraft Deluxe Sport Highboy Runabout||$255,000|
|Luxury and power all in one package.|
|37187||27 Feet 2014 StanCraft Lowboy Surfer Edition||$265,000|
|The beauty, grace, and elegant lines of a StanCraft, with a hidden fun side for the whole family. This boat has everything you would expect from a high end wood boat plus the added features of a wake/surf boat. |
|37186||27 Feet 2009 StanCraft Gatsby Speedster||$275,000|
|#2 of only two Gatsby Speedsters built by StanCraft. Sleek lines and an elegant design. The Gatsby helps you relive an incredible era!|
|37184||26 Feet 1998 StanCraft Speedster||$125,000|
|A classic gentleman's racer/speedster design with a long deck. 380hp, fast and sounds great! Beautiful mahogany construction and lots of tumblehome in the transom. |
|37183||22 Feet 2012 StanCraft RM22 Runabout||$175,000|
|An amazing example of how much boat you can get out of a 22' StanCraft! This boat has plenty of room for everyone and tons of power with its supercharged LSA Cadillac engine.|
|37180||35 Feet 1981 Chris Craft Catalina 350||$23,000|
|Nice live aboard wide beam aft cabin cruiser.Lots of upgrades. Motors have been rebuilt approximately 300 hours ago with paperwork. 2500 watt inverter charger system. Heat & A/C system new 6 years ago. Canvas 2 years old. Onan 6500 watt genset.|
|37179||27 Feet 2014 StanCraft Runabout||$265,000|
|An amazing example of StanCraft with all the beauty, grace and elegance that defines the brand. This one, however, also has all the capabilities for behind the boat fun, surfing, wake boarding, and tubing. Huge swim pad and step, cruise control, heaters, bow thrusters, stereo with bluetooth and so much more!!|
|37178||118 Feet 1927 Pacific Coast Engineering Fire Boat||$180,000|
|This riveted steel plate boat is fully equipped for fire fighting or could be easily retrofitted for multiple other uses. The boat sis powered by twin GM 500 HP 8 - cylinder supercharged diesels and has a 16,200 GPM pumping capacity and a 8000+ fuel capacity. Thrusters and all electronics are included and functioning. The vessel is well maintained and in full operating condition. Fresh bottom paint, new zincs and all deficiencies addresses by it's last survey.|
|37176||21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado||$55,000|
|Beautiful 1961 Century Coronado! The Thoroughbred of Boats and the flagship model of the Century fleet! This fine example was professionally restored in 2012 and features a new, no-soak 5200 bottom, correct new upholstery has been installed, and a fully rebuilt Cadillac dual-quad engine powers this boat. One of the rarest Coronado models built and this one is a real show piece. The boat shows careful ownership and low hours over the years. The boat is located in Arizona and is always kept under cover.|
|37173||17'6 Feet 1959 Thompson Sea Lancer||$12,000|
|This was owned by my father's best friend first, then sold to my father, then given to me. It was rarely used. I'm looking to sell because of my health, I'm unable to enjoy as much as I could!|
|37167||23 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Ranger||$13,500|
|23 ft Chris Craft Sea Skiff Ranger with berths under the forward deck - perfect cruising for 2 (fits 7). Classic cuddy with 283 ci GM Inboard with closed loop cooling, fresh paint, tune up, new packing, new exhaust hoses, new floors, fresh varnish.|
|37160||19'6 Feet 1940 Gar Wood Custom Runabout||$19,900|
|Rare Gar Wood Runabout,-Hull # 6550, #79 of only 122 built. New stem, knee, keel, chines, transom framing (8 of 10), bottom frames with gussets to side framing, all in white oak. All fasteners silicone bronze. New 5200 bottom with 5mm Bryunzeel Okume plywood followed by 7/16" philippine mahogany. Some side planking lumber included. All hardware including rare 5 instrument cluster gauge. Gray 6 fireball to be rebuilt. More photos available|
|37159||22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet||$79,900|
|This 1927 Chris Craft Cadet has been comprehensively restored and is a true "sleeper". She appears stock on the outside, but sports a hot 383cid Mercruiser Scorpion 383 cubic inch stroker small block V8 engine. Beautiful finish, interior upholstery, and chrome. All new wood throughout, bonded construction. The hull sides look as good today as they did when the boat was fresh out of the shop. This gorgeous prewar Chris Craft triple is turn key and will perform well. |
|37158||26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit||$299,000|
|Being offered for sale is this beautifully restored Chris Craft Triple cockpit built in 1929. Fully restored in side and out you will notice the attention to detail by the quality work inside the engine compartment. New 5200 bottom, upholstery and fresh show quality chrome and gauges. No detail spared and kept in an environmentally friendly showroom in Colorado. The Chrysler 440 engine has been stroked to 498 cubic inches. Leather seats and custom leather removable floors.|
|37154||16 Feet 1947 Century Deluxe Utility||$33,000|
|Wooden inboard powered 16' open twin cockpit runabout. The 4-year restoration of this vessel has been thorough, keeping original hardware, bringing every piece of the boat up to "as new" condition. The SAMS surveyor reported, "actually better than original condition." Alaskan cedar plank-over-batten on sawn white oak frames. Decking and transom are varnished mahogany. Features a foredeck with aluminum-framed glass windshield at forward cockpit seat where the helm is located to the starboard side. Engine is beneath a cover in forward in the forward portion of the aft cockpit with excellent access. Across the rear of the aft cockpit lies an upholstered transom seat, just forward of the short aft deck.|
|37150||14 Feet 1957 Penn Yan Sapphire ||$6,495|
|Dual Cockpit, completely restored. Reupholstered with original blue/white scheme. Motor recently serviced. Penn Yan "Triotite" hull design. Original Steering wheel and all chrome plated brass hardware. Ready to cruise!|
|37149||16 Feet 1929 Old Town Canoe||$1,900|
|Your chance to own a great piece of Adirondack history! 1929 OLD TOWN canoe from an Adirondack great camp, ALBEDOR. The camp was built in 1929 at a cost of over $500,000. This canoe was part of the camp. It is a top of the line OLD TOWN with mahogany details. Fiberglassed at one point during its life. One of the only other canoes from this great camp is owned by the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain. This is a great canoe with plenty of historical interest.|
|37142||25 Feet 1921 Consolidated Speedway Commuter Launch||$36,000|
|Consolidated Speedway boats were built for wealthy businessmen who mostly lived on or near Long Island and commuted to Manhattan. These boats were often referred to as "Limousines of the Sea" and were designed for the privileged who could afford this type of transportation for a leisurely afternoon cruise, a trip to the theater in the evening or to attend a yachting regatta. Some of the owners of these boats included names such as Vanderbilt, Morgan, Ford and Kennedy. This boat is a very rare 26.5 foot launch which was used as a tender for a larger yacht and was once owned by railroad magnate Edward Harriman. It is in excellent overall condition in every way and a fine example of a Consolidated Speedway.|
|37140||17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman||$14,500|
|The boat is a 1950 17 ft Christ Craft Utility Sportsman. Also she is hull number 1 of that year. This boat has spent most of its life with my family in Michigan since the early 80s and we brought it to Nashville in 07/08. She has been in storage for two years but the attached pics were taken just two months ago. She is safe and looks great. The boat has a fiberglass no-soak bottom so no swelling ever needed. The engine has electronic ignition and runs great. Comes on a nice trailer with a dust cover. Always kept in inside storage. |
|37137||37 Feet 1963 Chris Craft Constellation||$34,900|
|This vessel has had only two owners. It is stored indoors in a heated/insulated boathouse year round. In 1998 a comprehensive restoration was completed including the finishes being stripped to bare wood from top to bottom. The bottom was redone with interlux antifouling paint and above the water line was primed with epoxy primer and top coated with acrylic polyurethane. The teak decks were sanded down to fresh wood and recoated with tuffshield for a virtually maintenance free finish. In 2000, the engines were upgraded with twin 8L V10’s (see advancedmarinepropulsion.com). The vessel continues to be stored inside during the off-season and looks and performs as best in class. The boat was entered in numerous boat shows in southern Ontario and southeast Michigan over the years and won many awards.
|37136||34 Feet 1927 Elco Cruisette||$25,000|
|This rare Elco Cruisette is 34 feet in length and made of white cedar over oak with a mahogany superstructure. Frames, keel and decks have all been replaced. Presently the boat is configured with 2 single berths. Since 1927, the boat has only had 5 owners and she is now available for her next custodian. |
|37133||21 Feet 1967 Century Coronado Hard Top||$65,900|
|This 1967 Century Coronado is absolutely stunning! Comprehensive restoration completed with no detail overlooked. The hull is entirely glued and bonded with hull sides as smooth as glass. New interior completed as original, new platinum deck vinyl. She is a solid runner with a big 440cid 335hp Chrysler wedge. Brand new customer trailer and a full padded trailering cover included. We would rate this as one of the finest Coronados in the country. |
|37130||37 Feet 1982 Venetian Water Taxi||$300,000|
|Restored in 2014, this Venetian Water Taxi was previously used as a Hotel Shuttle. The boat is now offered for sale and would be ideal for this same effort or for entertaining groups aboard. The boat is offered complete and ready to go. Equipment includes Radar, VHF, Compass, Spotlight, Wiper, Microphone w/ speakers, new propellers in 2015. The upholstery is in very good condition. The engines run strong and the bottom is tight and sound.|
|37129||18 Feet 2009 American Beauty Custom Craft ||$37,000|
|Fashioned in the spirit of Chris Craft and using Chris Craft hardware and trim this boat will be perfect on your small lake. Powered by a eco friendly 9.9 engine with turbo thrust this engine cranks out power like a 25 HP. This is a 100% fiberglass hull design, hand painted to achieve perfectly the look of a wooden boat. The boat has fresh batteries and a new coat of bottom paint. Upholstery, hardware and gauges are all in excellent condition.|
|37120||26 Feet 1927 Indian Lakes Triple Cockpit Runabout||$39,900|
|Very rare original Indian Lakes runabout. Sides and decks are original wood in good condition. All hardware and gauges are original to the boat. The boat was in the water last season but does really need a new bottom. This is a rare opportunity to own one of these unique boats.|
|37119||24 Feet 1997 Hacker Craft Extended Second Cockpit Runabout||$69,900|
|Clean boat with extended 2nd cockpit for a roomy interior. Boat has a custom Deitrich top, full waterline cover, table, stereo, fire ext system, new interior and recent varnish. This boat is water ready and just needs a new captain!|
|37118||14 Feet 1890's American Built Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|This is a traditional Indian made American birch bark canoe belived to be made in the 1890's. The canoe was built in the St. Lawrence County of New York near Watertown, New York. The owner bought the canoe at an Auction about six years ago. It is in good solid shape and appears to have had an old repair done on the bow. These boats are extremely hard to find in original condition and especially ones which have ben made using the traditional methods. Weighs only about 55 Lbs |
|37117||30 Feet 1992 Venetian Water Taxi||$125,000|
|This 1992 Venetian Water Taxi was recently restorer and is now in very nice condition. The engine was replaced in 2001 and currently has 600 hours. The boat was once owned by the Mayor of Venice and was later used as Water Taxi for a luxury hotel. The restoration included a new deck, a new roof and fresh varnish.|
|37115||10 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|You are looking at a tidy 10 foot Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe which was built using the traditional methods in 2003. The owner/ builder used it sparingly for one season and then hung it up in his home as a display piece. It is now being offered for sale and would be awesome either in the water or on display due to its size. Delivery for this can be arranged by Antique Boat America. |
|37114||16 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|This 16 foot contemporary Birch Bark Canoe was made using the traditional methods and is in excellent condition. It shows well and would make an gorgeous display piece or could be used.|
|37112||19 Feet 1966 Century Arabian||$36,000|
|This Century Arabian has been in the same household for 20 years. Ten years ago, a new "no soak" bottom was installed. New upholstery and chrome is good shape. Engine was completely rebuilt and runs excellent. The owner is now at an age where he is simply no longer using it and is now ready to pass it along to the next custodian. |
|37110||1989 26 Feet Hugh Saint Triple Cockpit Runabout||$165,000|
|Originally built for the owner of Donzi boats. The boat is in very nice condition and needs nothing. She is a great handling boat and runs fast with twin 350cid Crusader engines. It was revarnished in 2013 and is always stored indoors. The bottom is in solid shape condition and it would survey out very well. The green interior is in excellent condition as are the gauges, chrome, bilge, etc. This boat has been lightly used and well cared for during its career and is now available for a new owner. |
|37109||21 Feet 1933 Port Carling Boat Works Triple Cockpit Runabout||$25,000|
|1933 Port Carling Seabird custom built 21 ft triple cockpit complete with dual axle custom trailer. Fully restored in 2004. Varnish freshened plus engine tuned and new floorboards in 2015. Always boat house stored. A very nice Canadian built classic from the right era! This boat was owned for 55 years by a Medical Doctor near Orillia. The boat is now undergoing 2 coats of fresh varnish and new battleship linoleum on the floor.
|37103||20 Feet 1992 Watercraft America Inc Yawl||$6,300|
|1992 Elver canoe yawl, 20 feet. Construction is Cedar Stripped & Epoxy Sealed. Nice wooden sailboat that is easy to maintain. Very stable and easy to beach.
|37096||22 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Sedan||$79,000|
|Fully restored sedan, new 5200 bottom, new sides, decks transom, wire , chrome, fuel tank and upholstery. Engine rebuild and restored original blue faced gauges. Correct in every way, excellent condition, ready to show.|
|37087||16 Feet 1957 Century Resorter||$4,500|
|All original 1957 Resorter with Ford Interceptor engine. This boat has been in storage for 30 years and is now ready for a complete restoration! |
|37085||52 Feet 1907 Davis Dry Dock Glass Cabin Launch||$395,000|
|The Davis Dry Company was a boat builder based in Kingston, Ontario. Only a very few examples of these boast remain to this day. She made her way to the Muskoka Lakes region where she has remained to this day. During that time the boat has remained under good care, being stored indoors at all times and seen regular work to keep her in very good overall condition. This outstanding piece is now available for sale and would survey out well by an interested buyer. |
|37074||16 Feet 1920 Sebago Rowing Skiff||$8,350|
|Pre-1920 restored Sebago skiff. This double-ended, all-wood 16' Sebago skiff was built in East Sebago, Maine, between 1890 and 1920. In 2011, Kevin Martin in Epping, N.H., restored it. Modern caulking was used to seal the planks and one stem was replaced. When last used two years ago, it was watertight and has been stored in a barn since. The skiff comes with a restored Holsclaw trailer with soft riding coil springs. The skiff has two pairs of 7-foot oars and oarlocks. It was made of elm or alder with the body having steamed cedar planking along with brass screws. The gunwale may be chestnut. The exterior is green Epifanes marine paint and the interior a Kirby light green tint. The Sebago is distinctive for the bead running along the first plank on the exterior, with the plank finished natural and everything below the bead painted. Will deliver within New England if driving costs are paid by buyer.|
|37066||34 Feet 1947 Greavette Streamliner||$450,000|
|The rarest of all Greavette Streamliners, it is believed that only two 34 footers exist today. Streamliners over 30 feet are indeed a rare and unique; this example is no exception.
Comprehensively restored by Brackley Boats of Gravenhurst, ON and completed October 2018. Modern power, well mannered, and capable of 43mph @ 4200 rpm.
"Iconic" is fresh from restoration with no detail overlooked. Full custom Phoenix tandem axle trailer included. This boat is currently in our Clayton, NY showroom and available for viewing to prospective buyers.
|37062||16 Feet 1969 Donzi Ski Sporter||$20,995|
|Original time Capsule boat, with extremely rare Holman Moody engine. This boat is a true original unrestored example of a timeless classic. Boat has spent its entire life in Finger Lakes of Central New York (always in freshwater) This boat has been in storage for most of its life, with limited use over decades and condition of boat and pictures will prove so. |
|37060||24 Feet 1930 Hacker Craft Dolphin Runabout||$125,000|
|A keel up restoration was completed June 2015. New 5200 bottom, West System epoxy sides and decks, 12 coats of varnish with 3 coats of urethane for uv protection. No swelling or cracking of any seams, finish is like glass. Everything has been refinished. New custom venture trailer 2015. 440 Chrysler Marine engine equipped with closed cooling system. This boat took two awards at its first show. Very rare and a must see!
|37058||26 Feet 1926 Hacker Dolphin Triple Cockpit||$89,500|
|In 2008 she had major restoration done, including new frames (15), some ribs replaced as necessary, new 5200 bottom, keel, stem, transom and rear deck, and fuel tanks. This is a rare and desirable boat that is a high quality user that shows extremely well. Cockpit layout is very desirable with easy access in forward cockpit and original style windshield. Gauge panel is original as is the hardware. Upholstery looks fantastic. |
|37048||17.5 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$10,500|
|Second owner boat. Boat was taken to restoration shop several years ago. Owners filed ch 7 and disappeared... She was recovered by current owner, but is missing seats, floor boards, motor box and chrome. |
|37042||22 Feet 1936 Garwood Custom Runabout||$90,000|
|This stunning Garwood was restored with all new Philippine mahogany and West System bottom. All new vinyl upholstery done in original pattern. This boat is in absolute "Show" condition.|
|37041||24 Feet 1928 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout||$29,900|
|A very rare and old Sea Lyon built in 1928. The boat has been partially restored with a new traditional bottom, new decking and is ready to be completed by the new owner. It has the original gauge panel, new shaft and a new custom stainless fuel tank. All hardware except the name plate and the step pads. In 1926 Howard Lyon was Gar Woods National Sales Manager but a falling out occurred when Gar Wood learned that Lyon was building his own brand of boats. The market crash closed his enterprise but his boats ( few as they were) were highly regarded and sought after today as a fine example of craftsmanship during that time period.|
|37039||20 Feet Barrel Back Reproduction||$125,000|
|When I started my vision was to build classic beautiful wooden boats.
This gorgeous 20 Foot Barrel Back hull planking is mahogany, frames are white oak, bottom is double planked 5200 membrane between, finish is 10 coats varnish, all fittings are bronze/brass, bronze propeller, silicone bronze fasteners, hydraulic steering, transom is triple laminated double curve(spherical). |
|37037||22 Feet 1973 Chris Craft XK 22||$55,000|
|This is a very clean example of the stylish Chris Craft XK-22! Chris Craft only made 230 of these boats between 1971 and 1976. Striking cream and orange color scheme, totally detailed out engine, even a color matched outdrive... |
|37029||12 Feet 1950 Home Built Canoe||$1,500|
|No damage, no rot....has new canvas...never used since canvas and paint. 12' x 35"W x 11" deep.|
|37028||11 Feet 1925 Penn Yan Fisherman's Skiff||$1,600|
|Purchased outside Penn Yan, NY and was remodeled in the 50's with the long deck and middle seat. Motor is available for additional $125.|
|37027||17 Feet 1930 Thompson Hiawatha Canoe||$2,600|
|Canoe is all original except for new canvas, seat caning and 4 new ribs. No damage, no rot. Height of bows is 25 1/2" and gives a special look. Has not been used since new canvas, paint and varnish. The Hiawatha model was first introduced in 1921.|
|37022||38 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Cruiser||$8,500|
|A project boat but nothing to scare people away. The bottom is solid all ribs and bottom planks are in good condition. The work is in the upper half of the boat. Will need some new decking as the wood is delaminated. Two side planks are soft and will need to be replaced. Some interior cosmetic work will need to be done. Boat will run strong and the twin Caterpillars are very reliable. |
|37015||15 Feet 1936 Outboard Racing Runabout||$12,000|
|This is remarkable boat that was raced in the Northwest for many years. It has not been restored, rather it has been meticulously cared for and even has its original lettering on the hull sides. It is a double cockpit configuration.|
|37010||19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout||$20,000|
|Current owner purchased this Custom Runabout over 30 years ago! When purchased, she was painted white & black and was in fair condition. A restoration was started and the boat now needs finishing touches and assembly. The restoration work included new decks, transom, engine stringers, re-chromed hardware, etc. Comes with many extra parts (hardware, engine parts, steering parts, lumber, boat magazines 1933-1958). |
|37003||19 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Runabout||$56,000|
|One of only 328 made. This boat was dispatched from the Chris Craft Factory in Algonac, Michigan on August 20, 1936 to the Wilmington, California Chris Craft dealer H.G.McKinney & Co,Inc.
Al Schinnerer of California Classics bought the runabout along with a collection of boats stored in a warehouse in Long Beach in 1978 from Mike Ferruli. No further history is known of the boat.
The boat was laid to rest in Al’s Redlands warehouse until she was purchased in the early 1990’s by restorer Dave Wright. In 2003, still with no restoration, Wright sold the boat to Ron Figaro then bought her back again three years later. In 2009 Dave sold the boat to Don Vehimeyer who fully restored the boat in the winter of 2009-2010. A full waterline cover is included.
The boat has appeared in multiple ACBS shows garnering third place in class in her first appearance and second place in 2011 and 2012. Finally in 2013 she garnered a 1st in class! She is in the state of “as dispatched from the factory” condition. |
|37001||16 Feet 1956 Century Resorter||$9,995|
|1956 16' Century Resorter. 2nd boat owner. Low original hours, 110 HP Gray Marine engine. New water pump & thermostat. New Fuel pump. Rebuilt carburetor. Rebuilt generator & 12V starter. Cleaned & lined fuel tank. Bottom is in excellent condition. Bottom was stripped, sanded & repainted 5200 sealed. New complete interior. All chrome excellent. Load Rite trailer & cover included. |