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|37463||16 Feet 1930 Ditchburn Sailboat||$2,500|
|Story has it that this is a Ditchburn-built sailboat. While unconfirmed, it has stylistic attributes of other Ditchburn smallcraft, and this is the story told to the seller when it was rescued. Very unique construction - the hull sides are comprise of 3 wide lapstrake planks. Well preserved and in original varnish - this is a great restoration project! |
|36714||20 Feet 1934 Ditchburn Runabout||$157,000|
|This truly could be the last of its kind, a lapstrake built by Ditchburn. The boat has undergone a complete restoration over a period of three years to restore it to its original showroom condition. This triple cockpit runabout has had all of its mahogany hull and deck planking replaced using traditional brass clench nails, however we have made two modern day additions by treating all bottom planking with CPES and using 5200 on all laps. Every single detail truly was addressed and well documented, from remanufacturing missing parts, rechroming all original hardware, custom upholstery, electrical, fuel systems.
This unique Ditchburn is powered by a Buchanan Flathead 6 and offered with a custom single axle trailer.
No pictures or words can do her justice, truly must be seen to appreciate. |
|31745||26 Feet 1925 Ditchburn Long Deck Launch||$220,000|
|The name Ditchburn is synonymous with some of the finest pleasure craft ever made. This family had boatbuilding in their blood and have earned their pace in marine boatbuilding. The company was a prolific builder and known for their excellent craftsmanship but the company suffered during the depression and never returned to their former selves. This 1925 Long Deck Launch has the original 75 HP Kermath engine and maintains all of it's original. The hardware and upholstery are in great shape as are the gauges. The hull, bottom, sides, ribs, frames and decks are also solid and sound with very good integrity. The boat has always been in the fresh waters of the Muskoka Lakes and is ready for a new owner to continue her stewardship.|
|37961||30 Feet 1918 Ditchburn Launch||$325,000|
|This early example of a Ditchburn Launch was built in Gravenhurst over the Winter of 1918. She was first used a Family Launch and later used as a livery boat and water taxi. It is a rare example of the early narrow beam displacement launches and and cruised along nicely at 18-25 MPG with it's Kermath Sea Rover dual ignition 6 cylinder engine. It was fully restored in 1986 and has been well maintained and kept up. Ditchburn boats are highly regarded as some of the finest boats to come out of Canada and revered for their craftsmanship.|
|32122||31 Feet 2008 Ditchburn Launch Reproduction||$250,000|
|A beautiful contemporary design based on a 31 Foot Ditchburn Launch . This boat is spectacular with all of the modern building methods including a no soak bottom. Built in 2008 and lightly used this boat is now offered for sale and ready for use this season. This boat will require nothing as it is structurally sound and nicely powered.|
|37349||36 Feet 1926 Ditchburn Voyageur Launch||$600,000|
|This 36 foot Ditchburn long deck launch is elegant and exemplary of Canadian craftsmanship. Beautiful mahogany construction, egg crate "Muskoka" floors, supple leather upholstery, and strict attention to detail. She has been repowered with a reliable Chrysler Royal engine, upgraded to a 12V system. At 36 feet in length, she stable, roomy, and absolustely elegant as she cuts through the calm water. The Chrysler Royal straight 8 engine is regarded as one of the smoothest running engines of its era and should provide years of reliable service. |
|37351||37 Feet 1935 Ditchburn Commuter||$500,000|
|"Glenelda II" is a very unique, Art Deco inspired day-boat built by Ditchburn Boats in 1935. At 37 feet in length, she is a manageable size and offers seating for up to 21 passengers. She has been repowered with twin Mercruiser 454cid engines. Her dynamic design is reminiscent of the Chrysler Airflo and the Streamliner trains of the era. At the time of restoration, her foredeck was removed and additional seating was installed, adding a great deal of entertaining potential. "Glenelda II" is an intriguing craft and is ready for a new custodian to give her some attention and get her back in the water. |