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| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|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. |
|29836||18 Feet 1939 Port Carling Sea Bird||$29,000|
|Beautifully restored triple cockpit Seabird. Multiple award winner at a number of Dixieland and Blue Ridge Chapter ACBS shows. Comes with a trailer. New fuel tank, bilge blower, lift rods, and electronic ignition. Dark green pleated upholstery was new in 1999.|
|39226||18 Feet 1956 Port Carling SeaBird||$2,500|
|Port Carling SeaBird that runs well but needs attention - some varnish, some paint and a replacement plank or two. Always kept in a boathouse with a custom-fitted cover. Engine valves set plus a new head gasket. New rudder. |
|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. |
|29245||20 Feet 1937 Port Carling Seabird Triple Cockpit||$45,000|
|This Classic Port Carling Seabird Triple Cockpit was restored by Duke Marine in 2000. This gorgeous example of Canadian craftsmanship is all mahogany has it's original bottom and a new deck. it was also equipped with a new aluminum fuel tank, restored steering wheel and instrument panel. It offers the very rare optional rear windshield and has all of the correct fittings and original 95 HP six cylinder Flathead Hercules engine. The engine has been completely rebuilt with only 25 hours on it since the rebuild. |
|37109||21 Feet 1933 Port Carling Boat Works Triple Cockpit Runabout||$25,000|
|1933 Port Carling Seabird custom built 21 ft triple cockpit complete with dual axle custom trailer. Fully restored in 2004. Varnish freshened plus engine tuned and new floorboards in 2015. Always boat house stored. A very nice Canadian built classic from the right era! This boat was owned for 55 years by a Medical Doctor near Orillia. The boat is now undergoing 2 coats of fresh varnish and new battleship linoleum on the floor.
|39367||21 Feet 1954 Port Carling Seabird||$4,000|
|Well maintained, exterior and interior restored in 80s. Beautiful above waterline, requires work on bottom. Boathouse stored. Red mahogany on oak, even board finish.|
|32147||21 feet Feet 1936 Port Carling Boat Works SeaBird Runabout||$30,000|
|Custom made in 1936 for a family on the lake. Called the "Rainbow". It is one of a kind and was full restored in 2004. Runs well. Looks great.|
|38120||24 Feet 1936 Port Carling SeaBird Triple Cockpit Runabout||$25,000|
|"Safe, swift, and serviceable" - a tagline frequently used to describe the popular Port Carling SeaBird model. Built in Port Carling, Ontario; many of these models were fairly utilitarian in design and served as cottage boats for summer residents of the Muskoka region. Some examples were quite luxurious and had striking similarities to some of the region's more expensive, high end boats. This 24' triple cockpit model features beautiful high-crowned mahogany decks, 3rd cockpit windshield, and its original 6 cylinder Kermath Sea Queen engine. She has been nicely restored and retains much of her original wood. |
|37446||25 Feet 1938 Port Carling Seabird||$35,000|
|Found in a barn in the mid 1990's in Canada. She was bought and taken to a well known restorer, and instantly had a new epoxy bottom installed. Later, a new GM 175 HP engine was installed. Chrome, varnish and upholstery are all in very good condition. All original and correct. The boat and trailer have always stored indoors when not is use. This is now a show winner and a fine example of Canadian craftsmanship.|