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|30400||22 Feet 2001 Minett Shields Runabout||$149,000|
|This is a faithful reproduction of the 1931 22' Minett Shields runabout. She was expertly constructed by Williams Boatworks in 2001. The boat has no plywood and is built as close to original as possible with cedar planking, oak frames, and beautiful mahogany decks. Minett Shields was a highly regarded boatbuilder in the 1920's & 1930's based in Port Carling, ON. The boat is in concours condition and needs absolutely nothing. She is a strong runner and performs very well. It boasts white Italian leather upholstery, chrome plated Minett Shields bronze hardware, a tonneau cover, and a fuel injected Mercruiser engine. |
|30339||26 Feet 1929 Minett Shields Runabout||$275,000|
|Minett Shields only built 4 hard chined runabouts between 1928 and 1933. All are exquisite examples of the company's craftsmanship. This 1929 example has all of its original hardware including the original Minett Shields ornament on her bow light. These were often removed or lost. She was repowered with a Mercruiser V8 but the original Scripps engine is included. The boat was varnished this year and shows very well. Always boathouse kept and maintained to a high degree. A new bottom was installed in 1986 ( traditional) and the always sits in it's boathouse all year long. Currently in the water and ready to use!|
|30170||27 Feet 1929 Minett Shields Runabout||$200,000|
|This boat was the first boat built under the Minett-Shields name and was the prototype hull design of Minett Shields for the construction of Fleetwood II and Llanlady. The well engineered hull design delivers a smooth ride in all kinds of water. She has been kept locally since day one. The original 6 cylinder motor was removed and replaced with its current Buchanan 283 in 1956.|
|37984||27 Feet 1936 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout||$149,000|
|The Minett boat building operation is deeply entrenched in the Muskoka region of Ontario. The company was formed in 1910 and later was reborn under the name of Minett-Shields in 1925 after a partnership with Bryson Shields. The company ceased operation in 1948 but only after putting out approximately 200 Launches and Runabouts which were all noted for their fine craftsmanship. This particular Minett is a fine example of Minett-Shields work. It is a 27 foot Launch built in 1936 and has a lattice "Muskoka" floor, gorgeous compartments, and attention to detail throughout. It is powered by a Chrysler 6 cylinder 130HP engine which is original to the boat. It is structurally sound after receiving great care from it's current owner of 20 years. The chrome is perfect and the interior is rich looking and gorgeous. The boat in our opinion would survey out very strongly and needs nothing. The boat was originally built for the Boxer family. The boat is offered without a trailer but one could be used for transport.|
|30727||1928 34.6 Minett Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout ||$500,000|
|This gorgeous Minett-Shields was made in 1928 for Mr Boxer who summered in the Muskoka Lakes in Canada. The boat was converted from Launch to Triple Cockpit Runabout in 1937. At that time the boat was then re-powered with a Scripps V-12. The current owner had the boat since 2005 and has maintain ed the boat in excellent condition. The boat was in the water in 2010 and has had a fresh coat of varnish at that time. The engine runs very strong. This boat is very original since it's 1937 changeover and has almost all of it's original wood above the waterline. Discerning buyers will note that a Minett-Shields Runabout in excess of 30 feet are hard to find and very rare. Included in the boat is the original ice box from 1928, original gauges both in good working order and hardware. |
|28803||39 Feet 1929 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit||$550,000|
|This iconic 1929 Minett Shields custom built and hand crafted 38 foot vessel was designed by John Hacker and is constructed of solid mahogany. This signature craft was the pride of the builder and was featured in many of the companies promotional material throughout the 1930's. It features a 2-step planing hull capable of speeds in excess of 50 MPH. The stepped hull design is considered the fore running design technology to that of the present day hydroplanes. The boat's innovative design has been imitated in days since but never duplicated, mass produced, nor has it been improved to this day. The boat is truly a unique, one of a kind, embodying not only stability, speed and comfort, but also embodies the elegance and style of a bygone era. This is a fabulous original custom built for James Murdoch who was the President of Noranda Mines and almost 30 other companies. Totally restored in 2010, she is a real beauty!!|