Search Results: Boat manufacturer Elco. 5 boats were found that matched your search.
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| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|39672||25 Feet 1906 Elco Open Launch ||$125,000|
|"Lillie" was built by the Electric Boat Company in Bayonne, NJ in 1906 as Hull Number 283. She recently underwent a thorough, professional, high-detail, authentic restoration and is possibly the best restored Elco 25' wood launch in existence. She was retro-fitted with a new 3 horse, 240-volt electric drive and controls from the current Elco Boat Co. Right now she is in dry storage in a climate-controlled warehouse in Connecticut waiting patiently for her new owner.|
|37509||32 Feet 1935 Elco Cruisette||$34,500|
|This vessel is a fine example of classic design and craftsmanship. Mahogany trim with original bright work and markings. My wife and I have loved this boat and had great fun and adventure with her, but, alas we no longer have the time to enjoy and maintain her. These "Grand Dame" boasts the much sought after goal of "over eighty years old and still have a tight bottom".|
|37136||34 Feet 1927 Elco Cruisette||$25,000|
|This rare Elco Cruisette is 34 feet in length and made of white cedar over oak with a mahogany superstructure. Frames, keel and decks have all been replaced. Presently the boat is configured with 2 single berths. Since 1927, the boat has only had 5 owners and she is now available for her next custodian. |
|39512||36 Feet 1914 Elco Cruisette||$29,900|
|This gorgeous 1914 Elco Cruisette was originally built as an Electric Boat and has always been on Lake Champlain. The boat was commissioned for the Family who owned Button Island off Button Bay in Vergennes, Vermont and was used to transport guest to and from their summer home. The boat stayed for decades in the St. Albans area and in 1978 was purchased by our Family. The engine has now been replaced by a gas engine. After undergoing a full restoration this boat had no less than 81 ribs replaced and is in good condition. The boat has always been stored indoors and shielded from the elements and is ready for her return to Lake Champlain or to your favorite body of water.|
|36552||77 Feet 1941 Elco PT-Boat||$500,000|
|Of the nearly 400 small, fast, versatile wooden Patrol Torpedo boats which were built around WWII, only a handful survive to this day. PT 48 is the only remaining 77' Elco PT Boat and a member of the heroic WWII "Mosquito Fleet". With its stylish look, cold molded cabins, reverse S bend stem, it was one of the first successful ELCO designs.
PT 48 has arguably spent more time in the combat zone than any other PT Boat in existence from October 11, 1942 to August 7, 1944 and is officially credited with sinking IJN TERUZUKI. A combat highlight, while on patrol with PT 109 (led by John F. Kennedy), PT 48 was damaged by high seas and rescued by PT 109 and the use of a hand pump.
The rich battle record of PT 48 is an intrinsic part of US history. Early after her 1941 launch and shortly after Pearl Harbor, PT 48 aggressively attacked enemy vessels in the Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal and Funuati.
This vessel is not currently running and is a great restoration candidate. |