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| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|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. |
|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.|
|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 |
|28891||13'9 Feet 1957 or 1958 Chris Craft Comet Kit Boat||$14,000|
|This is a very uncommon model of Chris Craft kit boat from the 1950's. This "Comet" model may be the only one known to exist. Reminiscent of the 1957 Chevy with fins and classic 50's style. There were only 2 models of these ever made. A 14 footer with 4 seats and a 2 seater 12 Foot Meteor. They were only made in 1957 and 1958. This boat was found in Iowa after being stored for many years. It is all original and has been recently refinished. The Montgomery Ward trailer is original to the boat and is in great condition. The 35hp Johnson Sea Horse engine has been beautifully restored and only needs to have the controls installed. This is a very nice, rare collectors piece for the Chris Craft enthusiast.|
|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. |
|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.|
|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!|
|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.|
|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!|
|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.|
|28487||15 Feet 1958 Sportsman Commando||$12,000|
|This boat has been in climate storage since 1978. Original trailer, motor. Had canopy and upholstery re-done according to original specs. VERY RARE. Just TRY to find it. FIberglass and superstructure sound and solid. In Excellent shape!|
|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! |
|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.
|31387||15' 6 Feet 1933 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$18,500|
|Recent Survey/Above Average Condition includes the trailer. Flags (Chris Craft front pennant and American Flag rear pennant, paddle, life jackets, bumpers, lines, anchor, manuals, and all the information that was sold to use with the boat when it was purchased. She’s been kept inside storage, winterized every fall and launched every spring. She was shown at a few antique and classic boat shows and did quite well in her class. We would have done better if we had a more complete history of her.
|27060||15' 6 Feet 2001 Canadian Electric Boat||$15,000|
|Designed for those who are interested in more leisurely navigation. Weighs 650 lbs. Cored Fiberglass hull contruction. Cruise time 6-8 hours with a charge time of 6 hours. Seats 4 adults comfortably. Bought new in 2001. Brand new trailer included!|
|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.|
|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!|
|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.|
|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.
|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. |
|31814||16 Feet 1933 Duke Playmate||$15,000|
|In 1933 John Stevenson of Beaumaris, Ontario asked Duke Boats of Port Carling to build him a deluxe fishing boat. Duke took the design of the disappearing Propeller Boat and widened it, squared the stern and installed a Baby Buchanan Baby Four 15HP motor. The "Playmate" line was so popular that over the years more than 150 were built with minor changes along the way first to a centre drive and then front drive. The boat has won many awards over the years and a number of Classic Boat Shows and is now being offered for sale.|
|36413||16 Feet 1936 Skaneateles Comet Sail Boat||$12,500|
|Fully restored, good main and jib, new cover, oars and custom row locks, new lines, bottom is glassed, has original steel center board available. All offers Considered.|
|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. |
|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|
|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. |
|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.|
|32076||16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward Runabout||$14,900|
|Project boat that has had new wood put on the sides. Bottom is original. Most of the Hardware is there, missing side windshield bracket, one lifting ring, and front nose piece. Chris Craft only built this model for 1 year and only 372 were built.|
|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.|
|31539||16 Feet 1953 Harold Seaman Speed Skiff||$18,900|
|This is a 1953 and is one of two known examples of Inboard Speed Skiffs built by Harold "Pappy" Seaman, the man who originated the concept of a Jersey Speed Skiff. It presently has a 305 Chevy engine. BW Velvet Drive, Aluminum exhaust manifolds. All ribs have been replaced and the bottom two planks on both sides replaced.
There is a full deck cover, and while the trailer looks pretty bad, it is in excellent shape and only needs a coat of paint.
|28959||16 Feet 1953 Mercury Runabout||$19,500|
|This 1953 Mercury runabout is in good, solid condition. Hull could use a fresh coat of varnish. Powered by a Gray Marine Phantom 112hp engine. Comes with a single axle trailer and a cover. Current owner purchased the boat 5 years ago from the previous owner of 25 years. Was stored in a clean, climate controlled garage. |
|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.|
|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.|
|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! |
|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! |
|29943||16 Feet 1960 Century Resorter||$12,000|
|Boat is entirely restored, but keeps the original factory interior. Same owner since 1966. Always stored over water, original engine and carbs, nothing missing, only non-factory part is throttle control. No rot or leaks; carefully winterized each year. Ready to run or show. 2008 Roadrunner trailer was fitted to the boat in 2013. Hauls great and bunks were customized for the boat. |
|36824||16 Feet 1961 Seaman Jersey Speed Skiff||$15,000|
|This is an original wooden Jersey Speed Skiff built by "Pappy" Seaman of Long Branch, NJ. She has been beautifully restored to her former glory and is in excellent condition. Powered by a new 350 Chevy engine. Complete with trailer, "Snoopy" is ready to go! |
|36474||16 Feet 1963 Century Resorter||$12,000|
|Restored with soaker bottom seals up very well. New velvet drive transmission. Siren works, nice interior, new carpet, new tires and wheel on trailer, new battery. Runs and looks great...not a show boat but a fun and nice boat for using|
|36992||16 Feet 1964 Century Resorter||$11,900|
|All original barn find that was in storage for 14 years. She is a very original Century and has been well kept over the years. Only one lower transom board changed and a bilge pump added when put back into service. Original twin carburetor Gray Marine is a rare find. A great piece of pleasure boating history. Price reduced! |
|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! |
|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. |
|29343||16 Feet 2009 Jamescraft Comet Outboard Runabout||$19,900|
|The boat is custom built from a Jamescraft kit and has many upgrades, such as; mahogany coaming around the cockpit and ceiling boards in the forward hatch area. All wood treated with CPES. The hull is fiberglassed for max. durability.|
|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!|
|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! |
|36393||16 Feet 1975 Jersey Speed Skiff||$15,000|
|This is a nice jersey skiff that needs only a new owner. Boat is solid and ready to run. Has only a few cosmetic defects. Was in the water running strong in August of 2014|
|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.|
|29569||16.5 Feet 1960 Century Resorter||$17,500|
|Original upholstery in excellent condition, original steering wheel available, all instruments work, higher than standard capacity bilge pump, new prop, Iva-light spot light. Only two owners. Custom made boat cover, air horn and model-T oogah horn. Original operators manual and Graymarine engine service manual included. 1:1 velvet drive transmission. Hull # P6095|
|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!|
|31999||16.5 Feet 1969 Cobalt Boats||$12,000|
|Very rare Ultra Hot Coabalt XV200 |
|29265||16.8 Feet 1958 Chrysler Deep V Armor HUll||$10,500|
|Completly restored with full convertable top, Rhino Lined int. floor, Marine Carpet, Stainless Pedistol Seats, rod holders, fish finder, motor hood painted to match. This boat was one of the first aluminum boats that chrysler made. A true American classic. Current tags and title Turn-key fish and ski boat|
|36721||17 Feet 1924 Disappearing Propeller Company (Dispro)||$15,500|
|Found in Toronto without engine and in a partly stripped down condition in 1986. The owner had collected the correct engine, device and all other parts for a re-build. Bad health forced a sale. I stripped boat completely ready to start a restoration. Business and a farm prevented this until in 1999, I had it then restored completely, then rebuilt the engine, controls, and installed the device. Launched in 2002 and was at many Dispro regattas and finally on Georgian Bay at mouth of 12-mile Bay. Many happy hours on the Bay until about 2009, when she (Penelope) was brought home for some minor repairs. Has been is a shed on the property since 2010. |
|30055||17 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Runabout||$20,000|
|This Chris Craft runabout has been owner restored. Chrome redone, leather interior, and rebuilt motor. Comes on a new trailer.|
|36990||17 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$13,500|
|Boat was originally purchased as part of a pair of 17' Deluxe Runabouts and used by the Viking Resort hotel on Kueka Lake. It was restored by Ed Wightman in Hammondsport NY in 2003. Repowered at the time of the restoration. Pictures show boat with no hardware, all hardware has been rechromed and will be reinstalled by the owner. All new upholstery. Engine has been professionally winterized and boat has been stored inside ever since. Engine runs great and boat needs nothing except a new owner. Compare to listing 36991|
|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.|
|36298||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman||$17,500|
|Same owner since 2006. The boat has been refastened: Bottom, Hull, Transom, & Top Sides. Powered by a Chris Craft model B engine. Comes with a spare B motor for parts. |
|26313||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$18,000|
|This Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout was completely restored back in 1992. It has a West System bottom over marine plywood. Chrome was replated, the gauges were restored and the interior was done by a restorer in California. It has been repowered by a 1967 Chris Craft 327 ci Chevrolet conversion. The engine was completely rebuilt in 2003. Boat is currently in need of a refinishing. Make an offer!|
|29121||17 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$15,000|
|A lovely Special Runabout 17 which should be restored and is a very worthy project. Bearing the Hull ID# SR-17-1079 this unit needs some planks replaced and a new complete interior. An engine is not in the boat right now but a correct engine could be purchased with the boat as a complete package. |
|30118||17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$15,500|
|Current owners have had this boat since 2005. The bottom and transom were replaced in 2006 and she has been in use every season since then. Engine was rebuilt in 2002 and the carburetor was just rebuilt this season. The boat runs well and shows well. The varnish should be redone at some point, but it is not yet in a critical stage. Restoration documentation and original documents are available. Asking price is considerable less than amount invested. The owners do not have time to enjoy this lovely boat and must sell.|
|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. |
|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.|
|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.|
|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! |
|31698||17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Special Sportsman||$14,900|
|This lovely Chris Craft Special Sportsman spent most of its life on the system of Rideau Lakes in Ontario. Original restoration was about 25 years ago by Miller Potter boatworks of Manotick, Ontario. She was purchased by her current owner approximately 6 years ago and promptly received a fresh cosmetic restoration. Powered by a modern 4.3L GM V6 engine. The boat shows well and runs great!|
|32070||17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility||$14,900|
|This 17 Foot Chris Utility has a rebuilt engine by Jim Murdock and is in good solid decent shape. Upholstery is good, chrome is good, gauges work and finish is decent but could use a fresh coat of varnish this season. It would make a perfect entry level boat for someone wishing to get into the hobby. |
|31452||17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Kit Boat||$13,000|
|This boat was restored approx 3 years ago.glass bottom new interior and rechromed comes with cover and trailer.Fun day boat. |
|36443||17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman ||$12,900|
|This Sportsman is well maintained and sports unique painted sides with a mahogany deck. Banjo steerng wheel really sets off the interior.
Restored. 100 HP Gray Marine 6 cyl Flathead engine (approx. 150 hrs. since new). This boat is plywood with a fiberglass cover on the hull (known as
dry launched) with a solid mahogany deck. Custom tandem axle trailer with mag wheels. There are two bilge pumps, two fuel tanks (main and aux.). electrical system converted to 12 vdc and a canvas mooring cover.|
|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. |
|39337||17 Feet 1955 Century Sea Maid||$15,000|
|Refurbished 30+ years, always stored indoors. Since being refurbished, needs some TLC.|
|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.
|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.|
|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. |
|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.|
|36752||17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman ||$12,500|
|Purchased in 1998, work history to 1991, great boat for the Wood boat enthusiast/restorer. Hull bottom replaced in 1994 (still solid) not in the water (storage) since 2009. Needs TLC upper deck work, exterior engine clean paint, hull paint, engine runs (last in 2009). Photos show hull restore, on display in 2004, current photos. Boat originally delivered to Arrowhead Boat, CA in 1957. Great condition on all chrome, has all original pieces. Flag pole and light pole in excellent shape. Non engine electric wiring replaced in 2007. Needs new battery and sump pump. The wind screen is Plexiglas is usable but for show should be replaced (easily done) the two white rubber grommets are good.|
|30771||17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman||$14,500|
|26616||17 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman||$18,000|
|New upholstery, bottom painted and all refinsished with new decks sides and transom. Engine has been rebuilt but not detailed. this is a very nice boat but not in show condition. |
|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.|
|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.
|31426||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Utility||$14,900|
|Beautiful little Chris Craft...all new cushions,new flooring, new varnish and custom inboard trailer. Very rare special order triple carb KBL...this little baby will fly!!! Bonus...brand new full boat cover!!|
|26446||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Ski Boat||$16,000|
|This was a project boat that simply ran out of funds. $15,000 has been invested and 95% of the woodwork has been professionally restored. This model of Chris Craft was only produced for two years (1959-1960) and in this time, 825 hulls were produced.|
|29586||17 Feet 1960 Century Resorter||$13,500|
|Nice survivor Century. Unrestored but in nice usable condition. Original upholstery in good condition, all paint and varnish is intact but could stand to be freshened up. Engine runs good and boat is ready to be enjoyed as is or restored to be a real beauty. The boat is completely original. Would be a great ski boat, and has a ski ring. |
|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.|
|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.|
|30595||17 Feet 1963 Century Resorter||$12,000|
|This is an all original boat...very good condition user boat, hull #63003. Included are the original purchase agreement, service records and Gray Marine service manual. Also available is a 1999 Suburban 4X4 with "Woodie" sides and rear in awesome condition with 123K. This is quite a combination pulling the Resorter!!|
|31744||17 Feet 1964 Greavette Sunflash||$14,500|
|Excellent condition and very original - including original interior and varnish! Partial bottom replacement completed by current owner and the boat has been very well kept. This year of Sunflash had a solid mahogany planked hull rather than the later versions sheathed in plywood. Very sharp, contemporary styled runabout that performs well with a 140hp Mercruiser inboard/outboard powerplant.|
|32121||17 Feet 1966 Century Resorter||$18,500|
|'66 Resorter with new bottom and engine rebuild in 2008. Winters in heated garage in SE NH and summers on lake in SW ME. New owner gets the benefit of all of my restoration dollars! |
|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. |
|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.|
|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!|
|36392||17 Feet 1967 Century Resorter||$13,500|
|Super Nice ALL ORIGINAL non-restored Resorter...sparingly used the last 25 years...always in fresh water...Always stored inside. Almost Everything is Factory Original, from the rubber on the floor to the varnish on the sides! One single crack in the rear bench seat!|
|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. |
|30293||17 Feet 1968 Boesch Ski Boat||$15,000|
|Chevy 283, Crusader marine conversion,
Warner velvet drive. Wooden Mahogany ply hull, wrap around windshield. Traditional deck with seamed inlay. Twin Peto tube speedometers are fitted for competition skiing.
Built in Switzerland. Shipped to Princes Water ski Club, London UK in 1969 for world water ski championships.
After championships ship to Loch Earnhead, Scotland used for local training - club competition.
Present owner purchased it in 1982.
Shipped to Manotick, Canada in 1993.
Work Carried out: Complete engine rebuild, new cam shaft 1996.
Rear right quarter wooden panel replaced due to accident damage 1988. Complete re-varnish 1994 & 2003.
New engine cover upholstery 1997.
New seating upholstery 2009.
A world class ski boat, can be used as an island cruiser Seating for 4 adults. 2 more at the rear of the boat.The hull is original and in need of some work. It is water tight once initial swelling is complete at the start of the season. Comes on a tandem axle trailer.|
|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.|
|29593||17 Feet 1970 Formula Open Bow Runabout||$16,500|
|Hull Number 09.
3rd owner and has been stored for 26 years.
Has the original interior which is in nice shape. Great runner. New Mercruser Outdrive in 2006, Original Outdrive still working and included. New Prop in 2006.
Dual fuel tanks.
|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!|
|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.|
|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.
|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!|
|36843||17'8 Feet 1956 Jafco Seamaster Utility||$15,000|
|1956 17'8 Jafco Seamaster, Gray Marine 100 HP Inboard. In great shape. Located on Gloucester Pool near Port Severn, Ontario. Hull has been nicely refinished and a new transmission was added in July of 2013. Original ownership documents will come with the boat as well. This is a Shepherd design built by Jafco Marine in Sheffield, Pennsylvania. This is a beautiful boat and will bring years of pleasure to the new owners.
|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. |
|28376||18 Feet 1930-40 Knapp Motor Skiff||$14,900|
|Boat restored mid-90's in Gananoque. Epoxy bottom. Original 2 Cyl St Lawrence engine fitted with belt driven electric starter.|
|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.|
|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.|
|25804||18 Feet 1949 Mercury Racer||$11,000|
|This is an excellent user boat. It has been repowered with a 1995 Mercruiser 275 hp engine. The upholstery and finish are good and it is water ready. |
|36905||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$18,500|
|One of the most popular runabout models made by Chris Craft! The Riviera is stylish and performs well. This example is very original and has been enjoyed by the current owners for many years. Original bottom, original wood, and believed to be the original interior. Chris Craft K-95hp engine runs well. She is a good user boat that can be used this season, or freshened up over the winter. |
|30007||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility||$16,500|
|Professionally refinished. All original hardware and wood. Original bottom, and motor. New rubber flooring and re-upholstery. Original chromed hardware.|
|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. |
|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...|
|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. |
|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.|
|28672||18 Feet 1952 Acme Industries Aqua Liner||$11,500|
|Hull is made of laminated mahogany, birch decks, oak dash. Twin 17 gallon built-in fuel tanks. White vinyl seats. Restored in 1990 by a boat builder. Hull is very solid. Appraised at $25,000 in 1990. Selling for health reasons.|
|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.|
|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.|
|29262||18 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Continental||$20,000|
|All of the hard work has been done and the boat is complete. Boat requires to be re-assembled and re-finished. The engine box also needs to be finished. On the plus side the boat has a new bottom , sides and decks and was correctly done. The engine has also been rebuilt professionally and is ready to go as a complete offering.|
|27241||18 Feet 1954 Acme Aqualiner||$16,000|
|Laminated Mahogany with Birch Deck, Oak Dashboard,white Leather seats. Low hours on motor,approx.350hrs. Completely refurbished in 1995. Appraised at $25,000 in 1995.
|38392||18 Feet 1956 Lyman Runabout ||$15,000|
|This boat is in like original condition. Has been boathouse/garage kept. Runs great.|
|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! |
|26252||18 Feet 1957 Century Outboard||$11,000|
|Boat has had new top decks and transon installed. A new interior has also been put in.
The bottom is original but has been refastened and is ready for the water. This is a good year for Century with a stylish look and powered appropriately.|
|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.|
|36982||18 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental||$19,000|
|This 1961 Chris Craft Continental has been a fresh water boat all of its life and spent almost all of that time on the St. Lawrence River. The bottom is good, new upholstery, chrome redone and a 327 engine which powers the boat along quite nicely. It will cruise along at 35 MPH.|
|27808||18 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Cavalier||$14,900|
|The current owner purchased this boat in 2004 from the owner that had it since 1967. The boat was redone in 2004-05 and has been in storage since 2006. All of the electric wiring has been re-done and it has the original Chris Craft bow flag. Along with that it has 2 extra props and the hardware has been rechromed. The engine is not original and but the motor is all done and very strong and will move the boat along quite fast. The engine is in perfect working order. Flywheel, housing, and valve covers have been powder coated. The keel and bottom have been professionally inspected and were found to be in very good condition. This is not a show winner with the unique paint job but the boat is sound and structurally good. Price reduced- owner will also transport for 500 miles if sold for asking price.|
|30759||18 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Cavalier||$18,500|
|All wiring has been redone, new battery, electric fuel pump, new water pump, bilge pump, etc. All chrome was redone recently. This boat was purchased from the original family. The boat has been in storage for the last 2-3 years but would be ready to hit the water in short order. |
|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. |
|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.|
|31171||18 Feet 1967 Donzi Barrelback||$16,900|
|Donzi boats are highly collectible today and this boat has been extremely well cared for during the four years that the current owner has had it. The boat was brought from a fresh water lake in Missouri and has always been flushed after each use since it came to North Carolina. The boat is in excellent condition and the owner has always been careful to replace anything with the correct or original hardware. The Holman and Moody is original and correct for the boat. When not in use, she is always stored on a trailer. Trailer is in good shape and pulls nicely. |
|32075||18 Feet 1971 Buehler Turbocraft Bolero||$16,900|
|This boat is one of the last examples built at the Buehler factory. Just went through a complete restoration including Imron paint on whole exterior, new stringers, new flooring, new gas tank, new wiring and more. Comes on a nice galvanized trailer|
|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!
|36697||18 Feet Feet 1950 Port Carling SeaBird Utility||$16,500|
|1950 Port Carling SeaBird, owned by current owner since 1974. Orignal 4 cylinder Buchanan engine and transmission can be included. Currently powered with a 4-cylinder Yamaha engine. These will be available to potential purchasers. Owner is currently finishing wiring and floor boards. |
|36978||18 feet Feet 1952 Lyman||$12,500|
|This Lyman Islander has been in our family since purchased new by my father-in-law. The engine was rebuilt in 2000 and the hull was repaired at the same time. The boat is in sound condition throughout and is presently in use on Lake Champlain. The engine starts easily on original 6 V battery system. A bilge pump has been added on separate 12V battery power. Finishes are in good condition but will need fresh coats. Bright work on foredeck and gunwhales will need to be redone before next 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.
|31706||18' Feet 1954 Chris Craft Utility||$16,500|
|Extremely nice 3 year restoration including new upholstery and all new wood from the waterline up! Excellent condition original bottom and gauges!|
|31613||18' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Continental||$12,500|
|This is a nice woody. The boat originally came with a chevy 283. The new owner will get a totally rebuilt (top & bottom end) and installed 350, along with the original 283 short block. The outside of the boat is clean with no rot. Interior is original and clean, with only a few minor tears. Also comes with a custom made Trailmaster trailer.|
|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. |
|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!|
|36979||18'6 Feet 1919 Disappearing Propeller Boat (Dispro)||$17,000|
|Florence, a turn-key 1919 Disappearing Propeller Motor Boat (dippy). A rare, flip start, copper jacket, 18.5’ Uncle Sam dippy (#1984), 1919 Kingfisher A2, 2.5 HP motor (#19254) . Florence is one of the few oldest running dippys known. A full hull/motor restoration was completed in 2002. This dippy is a user boat, kept in show condition since restoration. Awards include: Best Disappearing Propeller Boat (2003 ACBS AGM & Boat Show - Ottawa), Best Canadian Built (2009 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Antique Boat of the show (2011 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Oldest Boat of the show (2011 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Best Disappearing Propeller (2011 Montreal Classic Boat Festival), Oldest Boat of the show (2012 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Included: a rare Dippy folding light, trailer, cover, tools, Shaw & Tenney reproduction dippy oars and an 8X10 print of Florence on the Summer 2015 Lee Valley Tools Catalog.|
|30720||18'6 Feet Lindsay Sport Special Dispro||$17,000|
|Disappearing Propeller Boats are widely known for their collectability and utilitarian nature. This Lindsay Sport Special model is a fairly luxurious model with laminated decks on both the bow and stern along with a mother-in-law seat up front. Hatch covers hide a single cylinder Caron engine, a fairly uncommon engine option. The dashboard, fittings etc appear to be
all original. Decks on this boat are bright and rot free which is remarkable for its age. The ribs are in nice shape, even in the bottom of the boat. There is one small hole in the planking above the waterline that should be fixed. I'm told by a member of the Dippy Club that the keel will need to be refastened but otherwise the boat is solid and would be a great boat for the right owner.|
|31063||18.5 Feet 1946 Van-Craft Runabout||$13,000|
|She has a painted white hull with varished Mahogany decks,interior and transom.6cyl chris craft top end all done 2 years ago.Fresh varnish in Aug.
This boat was built in Wallaceburg.Ont.and is very rare.Always boat house kept.|
|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.|
|27386||19 Feet 1934 Dodge Model 110A||$15,000|
|Last in the water in 1992. Motor was winterized before storage. This is a great running boat and rides as advertised. She was originally on Lake George, traded in on another boat, and was then stored for years at the dealer. When the dealer went out of business, the inventory of boats were sold at auction. The current owner purchased the boat in 1983-84. It was put in on the Great Sacandaga Lake in the town of Day, and was used every weekend and vacation for the next 5 or 6 years. In that time while trailering it to a show, a bottom board and the chine broke. All the chines were then replaced, a small section of keel and only the boards that were damaged on the bottom. The sub floor of the triple V bottom was replaced with 1/4" plywood west system, in place of the 1/4" mahogany. She was then used on Long Lake, NY for 2 years. The boat was then put away in a barn with wooded floors until 2007.
|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). |
|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. |
|31233||19 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Red & White Racing Runabout||$15,000|
|This is one of only a few hundred Red and White racing runabouts produced during this era. It has most of the original hardware except the windshield and bow light. It needs to be restored but is structurally very solid. The owner has had the boat for 10 years and has not been able to restore this boat as he has too many. The hull number is R-19-085.|
|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! |
|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.|
|36921||19 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri||$14,000|
|Clean solid user condition boat. Has a West bottom installed by Hacker Craft in 2006. The engine went through a full rebuild at that time. The interior has been customized but clean. Does need some cosmetic work to make it really nice. Comes on a storage 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.|
|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. |
|30053||19 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental||$18,000|
|This is a 3 owner boat, current owner has had it since 1998. The seats were reupholstered about 8 years ago, side panels are original. The engine was completely rebuilt and detailed by a professional - only 100 hours of use since. The boat has seen low usage over the last few years. The engine stringers and some ribs have been replaced. Bottom in in nice condition, fresh bottom paint 3 years ago - not used much since. She is a good runner and has been well cared for.|
|29592||19 Feet 1965 Century Raven||$10,500|
|Boat complete. Purchased from Original owner in 2010. Grand Lake, OK area. New Fiberglass Tank in 1999. Rebuilt transmission 1999. New Upholstery in 2002. |
|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.
|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!|
|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
|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. |
|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. |
|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).|
|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! |
|29439||19' Feet 1965 Century Scamp||$17,000|
|Engine and outdrive just had 20 hr breakin service completed and even a new impellor! It has fresh water cooling, power steering, power trim & tilt, four blade prop and custom hydrofoil. Hull was taken to bare and finished with only the best of everything. Everything that could be had in stainless steel was including anchor, davit, remote spotlight, flagpoles, gas tank, custom built in cooler, tilt steering wheel, all cleats and etc. This boat has been made brand new!! It is a very rare Century model coming from the factory with I/O set up. This is a classic wood boat with new modern power and accessories for worry free enjoyment!|
|29075||19'6 Feet 1947 Kenneth Roney Guide Boat||$12,500|
|Cedar strip guide boat built in Battersea, ON by Kenneth Roney. Boat used every season since 1947. Boat and motor in very good condition. Last of the guide boats on Loughborough Lake. Boat needs a little TLC. Is well worth it for a one of a kind boat. |
|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|
|30562||20 Feet 1940's Canadian Built Launch||$12,000|
|This would be an easy restoration or preservation project. Could be used as is or brought back to show condition! Needs upholstery.|
|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!|
|30065||20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado||$10,900|
|This is a user boat that really could use restoring. Boat has the original Chrysler V8 engine. The boat is complete with all hardware and Hardtop. Seller will listen to all offers.|
|30769||20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado||$13,000|
|User boat, interior has been redone. Bigger V8 Chrysler engine, has original factory Hardtop and all original hardware and gauges. Does needs some small transom work in one of the corners. This boat could be used as is or restored.|
|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! |
|31108||20 Feet 1958 Lyman Utility||$11,500|
|This forward steer Lyman utility is in very nice shape and is a sharp looking boat! The current owner has had the boat for 14 years and it originally came from New Hampshire. She spent some time in Florida and is now back north. The boat was flipped, stripped to bare wood, gunnels/covering boards replaced, aft deck replaced, then completely refinished. Windshield lowered for aesthetics, engine rebuilt, and pinstiping added to the decks, then buried in clear. Great looking Lyman that runs as good as it looks!|
|36935||20 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility||$16,000|
|Very nice example of the late 1950's Chris Craft Sportsman model. Less than 100 hours on the rebuilt KFL engine, fresh bottom paint in 2015, and varnish in 2014. 12 volt system. Original bottom and interior. Last enjoyed in 2014. |
|36553||20 Feet 1962 American Paddlewheel Pontoon Boat||$14,000|
|A Pontoon conversion to resemble an America Paddle Wheeler. This boat was restored in 2013 and is a great novelty boat to have in your local body of water.|
|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. |
|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..|
|32208||20' Feet 1947 Port Carling Sea Bird Hawk||$15,000|
|The Port Carling Boat Works built wooden boats from 1925 to 1959 (rowboats, sailboats, motor launches and runabouts). The famous runabout SeaBirds grace the waters of Muskoka and many waterways across North America. She was last taken out in September 2013, packed her with 5 passengers and she never missed a beat.|
|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
|29609||20'11 Feet 1994 Correctcraft Ski Nautique||$15,900|
|Ski Nautique in good shape. Includes cockpit and full mooring/trailing cover. 2007 Performance single axle custom trailer.|
|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.|
|29993||21 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility Sedan||$15,000|
|This is a very desirable early Chris Craft Deluxe Utility Sedan. Very low production numbers for only two years. Engine not original. Entire boat including chrome needs refinishing. Needs to be taken to wood, restained & refinished. All hardware is on the boat with the exception of the sedan top rails. Bottom has been replaced with documentation. Sweet little river or lake cruiser & cocktail boat. Make an offer!!!|
|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.|
|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.|
|31754||21 Feet 1957 Century Coronado||$18,900|
|The thoroughbred that commands the lake! This '57 Coronado was originally restored in the 1990's and then received a complete refastening and refinish around 2006. All fasteners tightened and replaced as necessary, bottom recaulked, and enjoyed on Big Rideau Lake in Portland, Ontario. All wood appears to be very sound and the hull sides/bottom are extremely tight. All original upholstery is included, although it has faded. Repowered by a 270hp Crusader V8 engine at the time of original restoration. Would make an excellent user boat as is, or could be transformed into a show winner over the winter!|
|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. |
|30908||21 Feet 1959 Century Coronado||$15,000|
|This Coronado has been out of the water for 4 years and is ready for a new owner. The boat has all of its hardware including the desireable gas pedal. The bottom is solid although there is some work to be done in the nose of the boat. All in all a very desired and sought after boat.|
|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.
|31120||21 Feet 1963 Century Coronado||$14,995|
|Rare 63 Coronado Hardtop. Boat is in user condition or could be refinished to show. All original with original Hardtop, all gauges and chrome are there. Interior is in nice condition. Older replaced plywood bottom. This could be an easy winter project for someone.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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. |
|31015||21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport||$18,995|
|Original boat with only 193 hours on it. Boat is in user condition, but could be easily used as is. With the 431 Lincoln engine the boat should scream.|
|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.|
|31150||21 Feet 1967 Sportser Seabreeze Day Cruiser||$15,000|
|1967 Sportser Seabreeze day cruiser with small cuddy cabin. Fully restored and runs great. Real Americana!|
|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. |
|31922||21 Feet 1972 SeaBird Utility||$19,000|
|This boat was lightly used from 1972 to the early 1980's in fresh water. It was then put in a heated/AC warehouse for over 30 years. It has all of the original hardware and electronics. Even the trailer is is original.
This boat is in exceptional condition for its age and is a truly unique find.|
|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!!|
|29533||21 Feet 2008 Glen-L Skiff||$15,000|
|21' skiff. Delicately hand made over 4 years. All marine wood encapsulated with west system epoxy. Outside painted white. Inside all mahogany and ash with 5 coats of varnish. Great boat for yacht tender or shallow water cruising. One of a kind. Way more $ into this boat than selling for. I need room for a new project.
Boat and motor - new condition. |
|31838||21' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Capri||$12,500|
|This model is rare, and looks like a million bucks when finished. It would be a fun winter restoration project either for you, or for my devoted team of experts and I to restore for you.|
|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.|
|29296||22 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Utility||$19,000|
|This is a wonderfully restored very original Hutchinson launch fishing boat. Some modern upgrades have been done during restoration. |
|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.
|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. |
|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. |
|31597||22 Feet 1950 Hutchinson Utility||$18,000|
|The pride of the St. Lawrence River with a beautiful wooden windshield and gauge cluster. This Hutchinson Brothers Utility is in very good condition and solid in every way. Hardware is good, engine will run strong and the bottom is structurally good. The trailer is not included but transportation could be organized for a reasonable fee. |
|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.|
|31122||22 Feet 1963 Century Raven||$18,500|
|This utility style cruiser has been just fully restored, including new bottom paint, mahogany and white maple deck, new carpet and new or re-chromed brite work. In addition to the engine described below, it has a Velvet Drive gear box driving a 1" shaft to a 3-bladed prop. We have found the utility style design to be comfortable and allows guests on the boat to move about the boat with ease and comfort. Thunder Bear is also equipped with a complete set of gauges as well as dual batteries. Cuddy cabin area is great for storage. |
|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|
|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.|
|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.|
|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!|
|36993||22 Feet 1988 Formula Thunderbird||$11,500|
|Used regularly, excellent condition, ready to dunk and go.|
|31749||22 Feet 2004 Lakeland Boatworks Isle Royale||$15,000|
|In addition to the specs listed below, the boat comes with a Nissan trolling motor and mahogany trolling wheel, and has dual batteries and navigation lights. The deck and hull are 1.25" thick mohogany planking. The fuel tank takes 20 gallons, and the boat comfortably seats 7 people. You won't be disappointed! |
|26588||22 Feet 2005 West Palm Beach Runabout||$18,500|
|Cold molded Hull using the west system. Bottom laminated with two 1/4" diag. layers marine plywood with 1/4" mahog. plank. Sides laminated with two 1/8" diag. marine plywood with 1/4" mahog. plank. Inside coat with west system. Stem, deck beams, keel, chines, shear clamp & transom frame laminated Mahog. Frame construction mahog with 3/8" marine plywood gussets, glued and fastened with bronze ring nails. Super Solid Hull! Please note the the hull us half complete. Will sell as is for 18,500. Or will complete with your options at additional cost.|
|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!
|36810||22 Feet 1948 Shepherd Utility||$18,000|
|Antique 1948 Mahogany Shepherd for sale. This boat has always been docked and stored in a boathouse. It has a 250hp inboard Chrysler engine, one family owned, located in Muskoka. It was last in the water 2 years ago, exhaust hoses replaced at that time and marine certified. Needs some light touch up refinishing work on transom, no rot. Good performer with the straight drive engine configuration and V8 power. Very original boat!|
|36780||22 Feet 1915 Brooks Longdeck Launch ||$16,900|
|Rare, beautiful longdeck 1915 Brooks 22-ft launch ready to cruise or compete in any boat show. "Camille" has been lightly used and shown in 1000 Islands and Fingerlakes by current owners. Many upgrades since since she was completely restored by Chris Mattoon of Berkshire Wooden Boat Works include new windshield, beautifully built floors and seating, with brightwork and fittings upgraded. Universal 4-cyl 25-hp engine in excellent condition. Custom trailer excellent, with disc brakes. Covers included. This is an outstanding boat.
|36738||22 Feet 1961 Greavette Runabout||$20,000|
|The interior was redone original design. Custom sunbrella travel cover. Much professional restoration work completed in 2009 including some electrical and mechanical upgrades. Engine has been upgraded to a 220, V8 Crusader. Trailer rebuilt, repainted, and tires replaced. Ready to go boating!|
|27603||23 Feet 1916 James Basset Motor Skiff||$17,500|
|This launch has been completely restored and is powered by a 4-cylinder Sterling engine. The keel, some bottom planks, and the ribs were replaced in the late 1980's.|
|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.
|30122||23 Feet 1949 Higgins Speedster||$19,995|
|This rare Higgins Speedster is only one of three known to exist of this model and length - restored and in use since 2004-2005 - in the water and ready to go. The boat was used at the Lake of the Ozarks every seasona nd has been used lightly and carefully cared for.|
|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.|
|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. |
|36642||23 Feet 1974 Chris Craft Lancer||$19,995|
|Fully restored very clean 23' Lancer. This boat has had about everything done to it over the last 3 years. New interior, painting of sides and decks, rebuilt engine, new wiring, gas tank, new canvas, new lighting, new trailer in 2011 and so much more. These 23 Lancers are great riding boats.|
|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.|
|31821||24 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple||$10,500|
|Gray pattern boat. Very rare model. Deserves complete restoration. Hardware included. Farm-built trailer. |
|31785||24 Feet 1940's FS Crate Triple Cockpit||$20,000|
|This is a project boat which has no Manufacturer markings on it. Due to the rounded bow, and high freeboard, it most resembles FS Crate Triple Cockppit boats of the late 1940's. All of the major wood work has been done. It needs caulking and varnishing. The boat comes with a Chris Craft Marine engine which is in running condition. The winshield segments, Nav lites, engine vents, and lifting eyes have all been rechromed. All the pieces to the puzzle are here. It just needs to be put back together.
|27085||24 Feet 1950 Ulrichsen Clipper||$12,000|
|This boat is said to be the only one of its kind left on the St. Lawrence. It has been an active guideboat and was used in the 1976 sailing olympics. It is built pilotboat style!|
|30794||24 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman||$19,500|
|Engine rebuilt as Original by top mechanic, new wiring-running lights and instruments refurbished 2010. Great boat for open water and family fun. Professionally varnished. Now in water for season.|
|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
|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.|
|28528||24 Feet 1968 Grew Cuddy Cruiser||$12,500|
|Almost all original, lovingly updated and maintained, runs well. Believed to be a prototype, safe, reliable, sleeps 2 in cuddy, 2 on sun lounger seats. New full camper canvas, frame, & accessories. Teak accents, swim platform, head.
Everything original but the seat material, berth cushions and canvass. Excellent show potential, or good useble craft. On trailer for delivery, trailer not included. Choice of Great Lake boaters, deep "V" designed for big waters. Located in Orangeville, Ontario. |
|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! |
|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|
|36539||25 Feet 1953 Adler Cuddy Cabin||$19,900|
|This Adler 25 Cuddy-Cabin was built 1953 in the Adler Shipyard of Norway . Its Mahogany Hull is lapstrake on oak frames with an oak keel. The original Engine was replaced by an four cylinder 100hp Volvo in 1980, Sea-water cooled.
The original copper-sheetmetal gasoline tank with a capacity of 12 Gallons is still onboard. A 30mm stainless-steel shaft drives a 15 x 9 LH Propeller.
The former owner, decided to cover the underwater hull with 12 layers of fiberglass in order to keep the Boat in Water throughout the year.
The wood is still sound and healthy.
The present owner restored the Boat in Germany in 1991 and again in 2006 in Florida after years of enjoying the vessel. The cabin sleeps two and holds a locker and a room for a marine head. The cockpit holds the original helm station, the motor box and Seating for up to 5 persons. The boat now is on its trailer and is stored inside and could be seen at a time mutually convenience. |
|36881||25 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Constellation||$13,000|
|Built in Chattanooga TN. Major refurbishment undertaken in 2014-2015. New transom, new teak decks. Many new solid mahogany planks in both sides and bottom. All new oak ribs. Helm station replaced. Trim tabs installed. Used for one season and stored in heated barn since 2015. Auto trailer with factory cradle mounted. Full mooring cover. Motivated seller.|
|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. |
|27970||25 Feet 1983 Sea Ray Amberjack||$11,500|
|One of SeaRay's finest, the wide body Amberjack. This boat is in great condition. Only 1,010 hours on the engine. One year old camper canvas. Full cabin, stand up head, galley, lots of storage. Very large cockpit. This is a great family boat for fishing and fun. |
|27607||25 Feet 1985 Sea Ray Amberjack||$15,900|
|A very popular boat on the St Lawrence and Great Lakes known for it's versatility and reliability. This is your oppotunity to own one at a fraction of the cost of a new one. She has a Velvet Drive transmission and Merc-Cruiser outdrive. She is equipped for fishing with depth finders fore and aft, rod holders, anchor winch with 50 pound lead anchor. For comfort and convenience there is a stand up head. She has been outfitted and run by a St Lawrence River boater with over 40 years experience on the river. She is a perfect cruiser and fishing boat. Trim tabs,new VHF radio round out the package.|
|25658||26 Feet 1954 Hutchinson Utility||$11,500|
|This 1954 Hutchinson includes all of the original guages and hardware. What is noteworthy is the size of this boat (26') as there are very few Hutchinsons around of this length. A restoration job on this boat is very worth while. The current owner is a restorer and can discuss with any interested party the costs and work that should be performed. He is prepared to do the work in the event that an agreement can be reached. Located in the 1000 islands and ready to become the treasure of a lifetime. |
|36434||26 Feet 1959 Andress - Hutchinson design Utility||$18,000|
|This boat was built by Ed Andress in Rockport Ontario from a Hutchinson design I have owned her for 6 years. very solid boat. Few minor issues with instruments and possible single valve replacement but otherwise a good sturdy boat.|
|29694||26 Feet 1961 Trojan Sea Breeze Cruiser||$17,500|
|mint condition, extreemly well maintained Honduran Mahogany,Burmes
Teak. Marine survey certified.80% copper paint, well above water line.photos are available Recent work done to include, New transom engine torn down ,bearings plastigaged,all re-sealed and re-painted, and the carburetor completely rebuilt.|
|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.|
|30827||26 Feet 1963 Lyman Sleeper||$12,000|
|This Lyman previoulsy was in Wisconsin and was brought to Texas but never was put in the water since it's arrival. The bottom has been fiberglassed and in storage for 7 yrs. The hardware , upholstery , gauges and varnish work are all in very good. |
|28772||26 Feet 1963 Century Raven||$12,500|
|This boat was purchased from the original owner in 1983. The transom was replaced about 6 years ago and it has been kept indoors or under a covered dock since. The 280hp Gray Marine engine has been completely rebuilt.|
|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.|
|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.|
|29314||26 Feet 1970 Lyman Cruisette||$14,900|
|This is a very nice Cruisette. Full canvas, new power, anchor winch, Chartplotter, VHF radio, Depth/fishfinder, used 2009 season.|
|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!|
|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.|
|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.
|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.|
|32007||26 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Overnighter||$15,000|
|Hull #7131 #8 out of 9 Built. Originally delivered to to Wawassee Boat Co.
Syracuse, ID. A very rare boat according to Gar Wood history!|
|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!|
|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. |
|27094||27 Feet 1957 Forrest Johnson Prowler Cruiser||$12,500|
|This cruiser is solid and complete except for an engine. All hardware, trim, floorboard, etc, still present. She has been stored inside since the current owner acquired it in 1989. It is hull number 228, and the year is approximate.|
|28779||27 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$12,000|
|This boat was purchased from the Buffalo Yacht Club and is in excellent condition. The overhauled engine has been installed but still requires some finishing touches. The boat has a custom cabin this is high enough to stand in, a nice feature. Has always been kept inside except when docked.|
|28538||27 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Sportsman||$19,500|
|This boat was owned by Buffalo yacht Club as their courtesy boat. It has a custom high cabin, and complete camper canvas. Intended for use between Brockville and Morristown as water taxi. Name "International Friendship"|
|31083||28 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Cruiser||$20,000|
|Chris Craft Model 552 Cruiser. Completely restored in 1988. Dry docked since 1991. In need of full restoration again. Mahogany hull. |
|25860||28 Feet 1963 Chris Craft Cavalier||$20,000|
|Made of Brazilisn Mahogany and comes with 90%of the hardware and interior fittings. This boat was originally delivered to Dunkrk, New York and has been owned by only 3 people. All fresh water.Original pristine condition kept in 28 years it must be seen to appreciate.|
|28541||28 Feet 1965 Lyman Islander||$15,000|
|This Lyman Islander has had extensive restoration, Hull completely rebuilt with new ribs and many new planks. The top of cabin sides are ruilt and the top is ready to attach. The teak is good. Flybridge was removed. I have over $20K in restoration, but not much needed to complete.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.
|31810||30 Feet 1921 Duke Launch||$12,000|
|Found in a barn in Muskoka after decades of storage is this rare 30 Foot Duke Launch. It is in fact the last boat built by Albert H. Duke. It will require a full restoration but is a fabulous boat and most worthy of restoration. |
|27826||30 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Constellation||$18,000|
|A very well maintained boat that has been kept in covered storage. Turn key with all safety equipment.|
|25931||30 Feet 1973 Chris Craft Cavalier||$15,900|
|This boat is in good condition and has just had the engines tuned up. Boat runs well. Boat has a fibreglass hull with a wooden interior and has no rot. Teak swim platform. Has a galley, enclosed head, a dinette and twin bunks.|
|31295||31 Feet 1961 Trojan Sea Voyager||$13,000|
|1961 Trojan 31 foot ..... This is a all wood boat in great condition, we have done a lot if work to her and she is looking good I have to sell this boat so I am pricing this boat to sell quickly or would consider a trade for a Motor-home or a full size diesel truck of equal value plus cash if necessary..
The Trojan is powered by a Chevy 327 and runs strong. Comes with a UHF Radio - JRC Radar with 9" screen - Powered Compass - shore power (50ft)
Have clear titles for both the boat and trailer and the trailer is a 2002 with a load capacity of 21000 lbs. and less than 2000miles on it..
I have priced out the trailer and it is valued at 5500.00 to 6500.00.
I will be willing to deliver the boat for a fee if you don't have the ability to move it yourself. The boat and the trailer together weigh out at just over 12k.
|25791||31 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Cavalier||$11,000|
|This is an excellent boat for the family. The aft deck and transom were replaced in early 2004. The engines were rebuit in 2000 and have less than 130 hours on them. Boat has custom teak platform and hardtop and is ready to go. Needs a good cleaning only and has never seen salt water. Owner would consider a trade for a runabout of equal value.|
|26515||31 Feet 1962 Tollycraft Cruiser||$18,000|
|This is only a second owner boat. Completely and totally restored the boat is super clean and must be seen to truly appreciate. Comes complete with Air Conditioning, Fish finder and generator. Boat has been always kept in a covered slip and has both a convertible top and a regular cover.|
|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|
|27798||31 Feet 1972 Trojan Fly Bridge||$15,000|
|Fibreglass hull with a wooden deck in good working condition. Owner has had boat for 6 years and the engines were rebuilt then. Condition of the interior is good. Chrome is good, decks have been treated every year and are in good shape. The boat has a convertible top which could use some restitching. No fridge, bunks are in good shape. |
|27898||32 Feet 1946 Kettenburg Boat Works Pacific Class Sailboat||$19,000|
|This is a beautiful antique sailboat that has won many races off San Diego. It s built of Philippine mahogany and has been fully restored to better than original condition. It has small cabin, 40 ft mast, new sails and spinnaker, fresh paint on topsides and deck. It has a brand new cover that covers the entire boat and topsides. Draft is about 4'. 4 fresh coats of varnish on the mast.|
|26638||32 Feet 1964 Owens Cruiser||$18,000|
|This Owens sleeps 6 and has Twin V8 engines. The boat requires restoration.|
|30182||33 Feet 1961 Inland Seas Steel Clipper Cruiser||$19,900|
|Steel hull and main deck with mahogany superstructure and interior. Featured three times in Lakeland boating magazine. Best of show winner three consecutive years at South Western Michigan's Venetian Festival. WSBT (So.Bend,In) news team filmed their ride on this classic craft and aired it 12 times. This boat is a real head turner and is well equipped.|
|27614||33 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier Futura||$15,000|
|This is a very original classic Chris Craft. Has a full camper top, new zippers in 2007, and a new fridge. She runs perfect and is used every weekend. Original 327 engines.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|36406||40 Feet 1954 Matthews Cruiser||$14,900|
|Partially restored boat. Transom work done 2 years ago. Has genset, 2 heads, front and center birth that both sleep 2, very large wheel house. Inside all original in very good condition. The boat does need roughly 4 outer planks replaced. Otherwise the boat is very original with the original mahogany dressers and beds and has all of the integrity of a first class made vessel. The price reflects the work required and is priced to sell. This boat can be enjoyed this season in the water and have the needed work done at the end of this boating season.|
|31736||41 Feet 1960 Shepherd Cruiser||$20,000|
|This 1960's Shepherd Cruiser is a rare and seldom seen boat. The boat has in the water this season but needs attention. Most of the interior cabin has been disassembled so as to allow for better ventilation. The engines run smooth and strong which will allow the new owner to focus on the visual aspects such as paint and varnish. This is a great Canadian boat which should be restored to its original glory.|
|28858||42 Feet 1972 Chris Craft Commander||$20,000|
|This Commander is in nice condition and is rigged for ocean fishing. This boat worked for several seaons out of Ocean City, MD. Powered by twin 300hp Cummins engines, twin disc gears. Fully equipped. Owner is open to offers. |
|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.|
|27817|| Feet 1930's Kermath Sea Rover Engine||$15,000|
|Motor looks to be in excellent condition.Come complete with driveshaft and prop. Has the orginal parts except the generator which has been renewed. 6 cylinder, dual ignition.|