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17 Feet 1962 Century Resorter
This boat has been meticulously, restored to as close to original or better condition as possible. From stem to stern, bottom to top deck inside and out no detail has been overlooked. A new 5200 double bottom using 1/16 Marine plywood 7/16 African mahogany. White oak was used to replace transom bow, main and sub frames s stem, gripe, keel and battens. All hull Material was replaced with book matched African mahogany 1/4” planks. Sandusky Century stain was used on hall mahogany. At least 15 coats of.Epiphans varnish was applied. Every piece of lumber that was replaced on this boat was treated with Smith’s clear penetrating epoxy sealant where appropriate. Three coats of bilge paint was applied. CPES was applied to bottom mahogany. That was followed with.Interlux 2002 bottom epoxy primer. This one owner boat was purchased at.Reiman”s Marine in Conneaut Lake,PA in 1962. It was stored for the last time in 1979 and sat for close to 30 years. The boat was a candidate for restoration. The motor was completely frozen which required a complete overhaul. Boat power is352 cu.in. Interceptor V-8 with 240 HP. Everything in and on this motor has either been replaced or rebuilt. The Velvet Drive transmission has been totally overhauled F. All drivetrain components are new, including shaft, log, shaft, and connecting parts from H&H Smith in Alfonso, MI. Gauges were sent to Mark Claassen. He cleaned, recalibrated, and/or Rebuilt every Stewart-Warner gauge. There are less than three hours on the hour gauge since the restoration. The interior is completely new with premium marine grade vinyl, and foam was used in the restoration. Nautic material was used to replace the flooring. IAll chrome pieces were at Qual-Krom in Erie,PA. Stainless components were polished by Bruce Dale in Hubbard,OH. This is now a better than factory new.62 Century Resorter. It is a turnkey boat waiting for a new owner.
12' Feet 1920's/30's Charles Pilgrim
Professionally restored in 2021. Award winner at the Finger Lakes Antique Boat Show in Skaneateles NY. Original wood hull is covered outside with Dacron fabric and coated with epoxy. Trailer, oars and boat cover included.
33 Feet 1967 Chris-Craft Cavalier
I have begun renovations and it is in great shape. Recently renovated interior. Very clean. Railings and engines are next areas needing work.
34 Feet 1977 Pequod Sportfish Sedan
I have two of almost the same boats I have one, 1977 as well as one 1980. Both are up for sale. Give me an offer I can’t refuse all the pieces are there in the whole is indestructible they just need a little tender loving care as I’m not able to give them the time.
17 Feet 1967 Century Resorter
1965 17ft century resorter, hull and serial # rs 6783 I had an "expert" check the boat he said its in the original, witch I would say is excellent, boats shows only 393 hours, everything works as it should, the engine is a big block ford with 250hp, the hardware is all there and very good condition, deck and hull look like new, wraparound windshield looks the same, seats in fantastic condition and are ready for show, the bottom is original and probably will need refreshed, lovett bilge pump, transmission is a 10-18 and comes with an owners manual, extras: prop, platform for sunbathing, 2 seta of skis, tow rope, century flags, owners manual, even tags that were on the engine from the factory,
17 Feet 1968 Keaton
My Keaton Utility was fully refurbished in 2020. All new mechanicals, electronics, paint and custom interior.
28 Feet 1965 Chris-Craft Constellation
Hauled October 28….on cradle now…. hull undersides are now available for inspection 1965 chris craft constellation 28'. Double planked. Ply + mahogany. Oak frames. Re-fastenned. S.s. screws. good Zincs. Dual batteries. Ive owned & maintained for over 20 years. it's time to move on. Hauled every oct. Covered every winter. Insured. Current MA reg. MA title in MY name ENGINE = Single R.H. rotation FWC mercruiser 5.7L. 350 c.i. V8 New hoses. Rebuilt starter. Borgwarner. Velvet drive. 71c. Lowrance electronics.depth+fish Twin fuel tanks. Epoxy over ply decks &; cabin top. spare BRONZE prop, spare trans. Cooler. Needs fresh paint, details, rub rail repairs. needs upholstery. Needs interior re finish. Head removed. n? holding tank. Needs bimini milton landing massachusetts. neponsett-river, near milton trolley stop. Adams st
30 Feet 1960 Forest Johnson Prowler
MACS TRAX is a classic 30-foot Forest Johnson Prowler built in 1960. She has been recently restored and meticulously maintained by her current owner. Features include varnished mahogany carvel planked hull, beautiful paint and varnish throughout, and twin Mercruiser 5.7 liter engines. Varnished Mahogany Carvel Planked Hull Teak Decking over Plywood Weather Decks Mahogany and Plywood Superstructure Opening Hatches and Portlights Beautiful Paint and Varnish Throughout Engines and Systems Twin Mercruiser 5.7 liter engines, 300 HP (each), installed in 1996 Borg Warner Velvet Drive Reduction Gear Model AS1-71C Single 200 gallon aluminum fuel tank Primary Racor and Engine Mounted Secondary Fuel Filters Mechanical Steering System Twin 13 x 12.5 Bronze Propellers Bronze Spade Rudder and 1 inch Stainless Steel Shaft Two Electric Rule 1500 GPH Bilge Pumps w/Float Switch Single Jabsco Marine Head Single Fresh Water Tank w/12 volt Pump Electronics Garmin GPS Map 4208 Chartplotter/Radar Garmin 400C Fish Finder/Depth Sounder Faria Engine Synchronizer West Marine 580 VHF Radio Bennett Trim Tabs Pro Mariner Pro Tournament 150 Triple Battery Charger Equipment Single Fortress FX-11 Anchor w/Rode wo Air Horns Gas Fume Detector Spare Propellers (two)
19 Feet 1961 Lyman Utility
Very clean 19' Lyman. Boat recently restoration work to include, Hull bottom prepped and painted with antifouling bottom paint (Pettit Hydrocoat, black), Topsides were faired with minor repairs, primed and painted. (Kirby Warship gray, semi-gloss), The fuel tank and all lines and filters were replaced. The carburetor was rebuilt and more. New custom Load Master trailer was also purchased at that time
22 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Very clean boat that has been fully restored. Boat was fully refinished. Bottom was replaced in the traditional method. Chrome, gauges and interior have all been done. New custom trailer and full cover are included. All work had been recently done.
16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
1936 16' Gar Wood Model 602. 95% of the work has been done on this boat. All it needs is someone to do the finish work. The boat has a new 5200 bottom built to be shown. The sides and decks have been skinned in 5200 to prevent movement. The engine has been fully rebuilt. Hardware is all rechromed including the windshield frame; not yet put on the boat Windshield is available, but needs to be installed. Wiring is completed with cloth-covered wire. Gauges on dashboard panel have been redone and installed. Seller has new leather for the interior and has all the seat frames, hardware and all else the comes with the boat. 5 Coats of varnish have been applied; needs about 3 more coats. All work has been professionally done. The boat just needs to be finished.
14ft Feet 1960 Owens Runabout
This beautifully restored 14ft Owens runabout was acquired from its original owner. Powered by a Johnson 40hp electric start outboard. Also includes an excellent Loadrite galvanized trailer. Hull completely refinished with polyurethane exterior, and epoxy barrier coat interior. Features its original Vollrath stainless hardware, all new vintage style cable steering with original wheel, and new custom seat cushions. Engine runs great! It is in excellent condition with new water pump, fuel pump, thermostat, and solenoids.
24 Feet 1997 Fenwick Williams
‘Nettie’ is a 24’ gaff rigged cutter designed by Fenwick Williams. She is a sister ship of the famous ‘Annie’. She was built in 1997 by French and Webb of Belfast Me. She is carvel planked with cedar over white oak frames. Her decks are Dynel covered fiberglassed marine ply, spars are spruce and cap rails are mahogany. Her 405 sq ft sails (main, staysail, jib) are in excellent condition, made by Gambell & Hunter of Oceanus cloth. She is powered by 16hp Yanmar 2gm20f diesel. She has 2 sleeping berths amidship, a head forward, a chart plotter, VHF, and a depth finder. She has a folding table between berths, excellent storage, 6 electric lights, a gimballed oil lamp, brass water pump, and mahogany companion doors with summer screens. She has a 6’ bowsprit, displaces 5 tons and feels like a 30 footer. She is in extremely good condition with a recent 2023 survey available for review. Always stored indoors, first in the water and last out. Currently located at White’s Marina in New Hamburg, NY. Her longtime owner was forced to sell due to health reasons, and she was donated to the Wooden Boat School at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. Her sale will benefit the youth boat building programs.
19 Feet 1948 Duke Playmate
Boat was owned by the Duke family at Port Carling Hotel in Ontario. Boat is mostly original: engine, transmission, steering and hull. Engine and transmission were professionally rebuilt. Electrical converted to 12 volt. New fuel system, fuel filter and fuel/water seperater. New marine battery.
15 Feet 1959 Car Aqua O/B
The Car Aqua bears a striking similarity to the '56 Chevy, right down to the color scheme. This design was featured in the March/April 2015 issue of the Classic Boating Magazine (shown in pictures) - the article states only 11 were made. Structural integrity of the boat and transom is solid- Headlights and bilge pump controls in dashboard- Has been in a temperature controlled storage facility. Boat has Headlights, Bow light, and Stern lights. Must have for any car/boat collector
18 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra
Chris Craft's first foray into the world of (partial) fiberglass, only 51 Chris Craft 18' Cobras were built in 1955. The current owner has owned this example for over 40 years and her restoration was recently completed in 2019. She was restored by her owner with the assistance of Clay Thompson and Dan Diehl to make her as correct to original as possible. Since restoration, she has won Best in Show, Best in Class, the Corinthian Award at Keels & Wheels, among other accolades. The restoration has routinely scored 98.5/100 and can be considered a collector-quality Cobra. Sold complete with a custom trailer and full cover.
20 Feet 1948 Ventnor Runabout
Rare boat, only one built with dual windshields. Boat has been fully restored, still has it's original wood decks. engine has been rebuilt, all restoration was professionally done. This is a very strait and clean boat.
16 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Special Racing Runabout
I have owned this boat since 1966 and was rebuilt by master craftsman Zeke Zeisz. Was recently re-powered with totally rebuilt a triple carburetor KBL model. Have not done a GPS speed check. Was featured on the cover Jan/Feb 2006 Classic Boating magazine Magazine and Chris Craft calendar. The lines and style of this model were way ahead of its time. A real head turner, a great riding boat and a true "sportscar". A rare model as only 167 were built! Most of these boats were red, white and blue from Chris Craft. Ribbed Upholstery sharp looking but not original cushion. Gauges have not had any restoration but all in working order. Full custom cover which protects the hull sides. New 22 gallon gas tank. Boat weight 1750lbs. New 8 volt battery. Reason for sale - thinning down fleet and would like to see someone get the enjoyment that I had riding and showing this boat, though it is hard to part with as this was my first mahogany!
16 Feet 1891 J.H. Rushton "Saranac"
J. H. Rushton’s “Saranac Laker” or “Adirondack or Saranac Lake Boat”, as seen in Rushton’s Rowboats and Canoes, The 1903 Catalog in Perspective, published by the Adirondack Museum and International Marine Publishing, is one of the most-desired of guideboats, both by amateurs and by connoisseurs. Rushton’s shop in Canton, New York, built guideboats from 1888 to 1916, and his design went through three phases. This boat derives from the second period, 1891-92, when he hired a second Saranac Lake builder, Alric Moody, to oversee guideboat construction, a method very different from what Rushton’s craftsmen were used to. Few of Rushton’s earliest guideboats are known today. They had plank seats and square gunwales. They also had typical guideboat decks, let into the gunwales, with pie-slice covering boards, as does this boat. This boat’s caned bow and stern seats, and presumed caned seat-backs, mark it as being of the second period. The far more common boats of the third period, 1893 and later, have strip decks like those of Rushton’s Pleasure rowboats and rounded, or D-shaped, outwales.* So this is a very rare Rushton guideboat. It came down in a family that owned an extremely rustic camp, reached by water only, on South Pond, a particularly beautiful pond near the southern end of Long Lake. It was restored 20 years ago by Long Lake boatbuilder Mason Smith, father of Reuben Smith of Tumblehome Boatshop. Now it is for sale by the original owner’s family. Rushton’s boats in general are highly valued as antiques and as working boats. This boat is missing its original caned seat-backs, single-blade paddle, and yoke. (These accessories can be reproduced.) The price of $13,800 takes that into account as well as some non-original wood in its fabric. At 118 years of age it still calls for vigorous use and is decorative beyond words.
16.5 Feet 1961 Lyman Outboard
1961 Original Lyman 16.5-foot Outboard in excellent condition. Original Mahogany plywood lapstrake in "like-it-was-just-built" condition - never outside at night for over 60 years. New bottom paint; original Lyman canvas; Nearly new, (less than 10 hours) 30 HP 4-stroke Mercury motor with transferable warranty; new Garman GPS/Nav with Fish-finder charts with sonar/depth and re-trace functions. New matching all-weather seat cushions. Single axle "EZ-Loader" tilt-trailer in good condition. Whole-boat and motor covers included.
19 Feet 1964 Century Raven
This classic Century Raven has recently gone through a restoration and is now ready to enjoy. Lapstrake hull construction and a spacious utility layout. The restoration work included new decks/gunnels/covering boards, fairing and refinishing hullsides, removal and cleaning of fuel tank, all interior mahogany and dash refinished, new upholstery, strip and refinish transom, installation of new ceiling panels, bilge repaint, newly rebuilt starter, rebuilt carburetor, new fuel pump, rebuilt water pump, exhaust manifold gaskets replaced. The bottom appears to have been replaced by a previous owner and is in very good condition. All hardware rechromed. The boat restoration was completed 3 years ago and she has been kept in indoor storage since that time. Comes with a period Holsclaw tandem axle trailer. Axles and bearings replaced.
37' Feet 1969 Egg Harbour
Interior beautifully refinished mahogany.. the generator is a portable one..everything works plus I have a hard bottom dingy with a 15 hp mercury self starting engine..the hull wood was all replaced a few years ago..super yacht
18 Feet 1938 Chris-Craft Sportsman
All-original boat ordered directly from Chris Craft in 1938 and has always been a Lake George boat. Full strip job interior, exterior, bottom. New upholstery, and all-new stain varnish. 2 coats of copper bronze bottom paint, and white water line. Burgundy seating/upholstery.
37 Feet 1913 Hiram Crowell Ketch
Built in Martha’s Vineyard 1913 as a swordfishing boat. William hand design combed to ketch rig in 40s
17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman
1957 Chris Craft Sportsman. A great entry level classic adequately powered with a 283 cubic inch Chris Craft converted Chevrolet engine producing 185hp. She has been fully restored by her current owners and is in very nice condition. Some tasteful custom touches have been added, including the 1950's inspired engine box.
18" 6' - Overall length - 23" Feet 2011 William Garden
Designed in 1890 by William Garden and built in 2011, this stunning yawl boat turns heads on the water. She has only been in the water for a total of two seasons. Her sails were handmade in Maine and she sails beautifully. Electric outboard motor and trailer are included.
20 Feet 1928 Chris-Craft Model 100
Hull #7000 - probably the prototype. Modified 3rd cockpit to carry liquor across Lake Erie, interdicted in 1930 and confiscated by US govt for almost 25 years. Boat is "Preserved" - 95% original hull, The boat recently went through a strip and refinish. 2 covering boards and the back deck were replaced. I replaced the wood that the windshield is on. I made a repair around the exhaust pipe. I removed a coaming at the front hatch and put the hatch back flush as it was originally. I sanded, caulked, stained and varnished the boat. Bottom was sanded to bare wood and painted at the same time., Made 2 new flagpoles, installed new stern light. Cleaned and buffed all external stainless and german silver, filed or hammered out dents and scratches in rub rails. Rechromed windshield and brackets and installed new glass. Interior. Cleaned and repainted entire interior in original color. Replaced rotted sistering along stringers. Stripped interior varnish and restained and varnished Dashboard, ceiling boards, some seat parts. Replaced linoleum and edging on floorboards. Installed new floorboard in aft part of 3rd cockpit (“hold”). Built new seat back for driver’s seat. New upholstery and cushions (stuffed, not foam). New wiring throughout, using restoration cloth-covered wire. Instruments and klum went out for restoration. New USCG approved fuel tank. Installed new bilge pump. Steering wheel stripped, and painted black. Engine was allegedly “restored”, and compression and other testing indicated it was in very good condition. Cleaned and repainted engine Chrysler color, carb cleaned, new fuel, oil lines. Old fuel pumps replaced with new electric (old fuel pumps overhauled and working). Installed 8v battery, master switch. Installed fitting on water intake so can run with garden hose. • What do you think about an additional statement like the following: Because of being the prototype/first model 100, and its history of being a smuggler and having been captured, this is an unique (and/or rare) opportunity (or unique boat).
38 Feet 1975 Magnum Marine Flybridge
This classic 38 Magnum has been well cared for through the years sporting a beautifully clean and original gel coat. With an open and spacious aft cockpit and large interior, it is a perfect dayboat for entertaining. Navigate and enjoy the water and sights from the flybridge. Powered by twin Chevy block 350hp Mercruisers, she's well equipped to get up an go anywhere you need. Currently in heated storage in Clayton, NY.
18’ Feet 1973 Sidewinder Marine
A uncommon Sidewinder LoPro with original hull-matched powertrain. Olds 455 with a Berkeley Jet. The 455 was complete rebuilt in 2021 and has had a thorough shakedown. The trailer is custom built for the hull making it an easy one-person launch and load. Video of the boat under power are available. I’m selling only due to needing something bigger for grandkids.
18' 6" Feet 1967 Riva
Hull 127 delivered new to Monaco Boat service as a service tender for the Motor Yacht Rampager. Shipped to the US in the 1980's. Original Engine was removed and replaced by a 350 CID. Keeping all the same Riva accessories. It does run a new Edelbrock Carb and pertronix Electronic Ignition. In 2009 the boat underwent an extensive restoration that included a west system bottom including a 17 oz Knytex Biaxial Cloth. Sides and decks were stripped to bare wood and refinished to perfection. Including new bilge and bottom paint. The center-forward deck was also replaced at this time. Very fun and fast Jr. This is a turn key boat. Everything works and runs great. Was in the water Sept of 2023. Comes with Factory Cover, Ski Pole, Swim Ladder and Flag Pole. Trailer is solid and fits the boat nicely but is sold on Bill of Sale only. Sea Trials available for serious buyers.
25 Feet 1963 Bertram Moppie
Available for purchase is a beautiful 1963 Bertram 25 cruiser. This rare classic has been fully restored, equipped and cared for. New 135hp, 3.0 MerCruiser TKS twin engines, outputting 270 HP with Alpha I/O drives, installed in 2015. New gauges, blower, bilge pump, canvas top and seats, installed in 2016. Dual, 200 litre fuel tanks, scuppers, large Garmin GPS EchoMap 65, Eclipse ship-to-shore radio with DSC and dual 12 volt batteries. Full marine survey available from 2017, along with all restoration, engine and technical documentation. This is an excellent riding boat in the big water. Its safe, dry and very spacious.
21 ft Feet 1935 Chris-Craft
Very rare center-steer, roomy and excellent condition 22-foot 1935 utility with a well-documented history, starting on delivery from Chris-Craft plant in Algonac, MI to Clayton, NY in 1935. Spent the next 70+ years in the Thousand Islands before moving to Delaware for 15+ years and then to the Finger Lakes region of New York State in 2021, where she's run smoothly for the past three seasons on Keuka Lake. Recent upgrades include (1) engine rewired, (2) replaced head gasket, (3) dual 6-volt batteries w/ switch, and (4) bottom strip, caulk and paint by a professional. Upgrades in 2023 include fresh varnish. new brass water pump, new bilge pump, fresh red bottom paint, and a new battery system. This boat is 90% original and ready to turn heads with you at the wheel.
20.5 Feet 1970 Slickcraft SS-204
This Slick spent most years on fresh water NJ lakes. I bought it in 2019 and had professionals rebuild/restore engine and OMC out-drive. Over $8700 invested
16’8” Feet 1968 Boston Whaler
1968 Boston Whaler. This is a beautiful turn key boat. Incredibly maintained. Low hours . Not everything is original as improvements and updates were added over the years . Karavan 2007 trailer in very nice shape. Custom made travel cover .always garaged.perfect for cruising and fishing. Titles in hand . Turns heads everywhere it goes !!
16 Feet 1957 Albright Runabout
1957 Albright Runabout. Every inch of this Mahogany vessel has been stripped and meticulously refinished from the ground up. The hull is in excellent condition. She may be the last of her kind, built by Albright in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is an amazing historical machine. Everything is in good working order. The 1957 Johnson Super Sea Horse fires right up. Carburetor was rebuilt in 2009. All electrical was replaced in 2019. Vinyl replaced in 2022. Runs well and turns every head within view. Modernized for comfort and convenience while utilizing virtually all original hardware. A must have for cruising or a collector.
22 Feet 1994 LBS Zimmer Gentleman's Racer
A Nelson Zimmer Gentleman's Racer design built by the Landing boat building School with modern epoxy construction and modern power. With extremely limited hours (under 20) she's needs nothing mechanically! She was last in the water and running in September 2023. New fuel filter, new thermostat, impeller, battery, reconditioned prop and repainted boat stripe. Trailer received new LED tail lights, tires, and repacked bearings. Comes with full boat cover. The Champion 350 is in nearly perfect condition, and has been completely gone through to prep her for water this year in 2023. She is turn key and ready for new ownership.
17' Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket
17' 1953 Chris Craft Rocket with plaid interior - only 48 built with this interior, which has been restored with original plaid. Engine has been rebuilt with zero hours on it, still in shipping crate. New driveshaft. All metal parts have been professionally polished out. Missing its windshield but we have the brackets and they have also been refurbished. Exterior of boat has been stripped and is ready to be stained. Paint for the interior to match original green will come with the boat. New fire extinguisher. New mahogany rear light/flagpole. We are the second owner of the boat and drove it from Florida to NC on the current trailer, which is not the original. This boat was purchased in Ohio in 1953. It has never been in salt water. Original owner passed away in 1954. Boat has been garaged since purchased originally. We have the original flags and paperwork. We purchased the boat with the intention of refurbishing it but have been unable to do so. It is ready to be re-assembled and is available to be picked up in NC.
15' Feet 1930's Thompson Row Boat
This boat is in beautiful condition and has always been kept covered Ina garage. There is not a ton of information available, but after consulting with a Thompson boat expert, we determined it could possibly be a family Row Boat, pre World War 2. The only markings on the boat are the metal Thompson Bros plate at the front of the boat.
22' Feet 1954 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman
This boat has had extensive work performed over the last two years. New decks , new VanNess CC GM 350 conversion, new wiring, bottom work, new varnish, new fuel system and bilge blower, new full cover, 2017 twin axle trailer with working brakes and light, and more
19' Feet 1958 Chris Craft Capri
Boat purchased 2011 with west system bottom. Improvements undertaken since: interior paint, new gas tank, gauges, wiring, splash rails, exterior hull refinished, fume detector, blower, underwater hardware remover and reinstalled, steering gear box, some chrome replating, engine tune up, flooring, interior side boards, and custom built trailer.
16ft Feet 1965 Thompson Super Thomboy
This 1965 Thompson Super Thomboy is an 18 foot version of the 16 foot Thomboy produced by the Thompson Brothers in the 1960s. Fully restored by her previous owner in 2006, which is detailed in a journal of receipts, completed tasks, and pictures. The restoration included new upholstery to the front dashboard, two fully reclining captain chairs, rear bench seat, and custom canvas cover. Powered by an 1988, 100 hp, 4-cylinder, oil injected 2-stroke Mercury outboard with a newly rebuilt fuel system and lower power unit.
22 Feet 1988 Century Coronado Hardtop
Nice, fully restored Coronado. Came out of a collection of Classic Glass boats a couple years back. The boat went through a full restoration to make it look like new, as were all the boats in this collection. the present owner had a cover made for the rear open part (there is also a full mooring cover) and the only repair has been a new oil cooling system. The bilge is as dry as they get on these and she runs beautifully. Only 265 hours.
25' Feet 1964 Lyman Sleeper
Swept Away was the pride and joy of our father who grew up on the river. The boat has great bones and rich history. It needs some wood and engine work to be restored to its past glory. Our family wants to find a new home for the boat with people who want to keep Swept Away on the river!
16 Feet 1972 Century Resorter
1972 Resorter red/white very original in excellent shape, includes new custom trailer and trailering cover, runs perfect
23 Feet 1980 Glastron Scimitar
Classic scimitar boat with glass windshield,wiper, T-Tops and is a heck of an eye catcher.
19 Feet 1937 Chris-Craft Custom Runaboiut
One of only 328 Chris-Craft Custom Runabouts built between 1935 and 1938. This is a must-see, rare, pre-war Chris-Craft mahogany beauty. The boat has been well cared-for since its top-to-keel restoration in 2013 by Terry Senecal, a well know restoration specialist in the Thousand Islands region. The Chrysler Crown straight 6 was completely rebuilt by Len's Performance and pushes the boat along comfortably. The traditional bottom is in very good condition and soaks up quickly. All gauges were restored by Kocian Instruments and the hardware has been re-chromed as well. The upholstery is in like-new condition. The boat comes with a spotlight and new full mooring cover. Trailer recently serviced with new bearing buddies and tires. Excellent condition and at a very attractive price!
26' Feet 1984 Skiff Craft
1984 Skiff Craft 26' with 10' Beam Mercruiser 5.7 liter IO with a horsepower rating of 260 HP.
22 Feet 1927 Hutchinson Utility
Here is your chance to own an original piece of history. This 1927 Hutchinson 22 feet Utility model was boat #30 built by the Hutchinson Brothers Boat Works in Alexandria Bay, N.Y. The original registration of NY344, Hutchinson was known for their craftsmanship and quality, constructing one-of-a-kind hulls from the 1920's to 1962. We have owned “Grand Cru” for the last 25 years. The boat was stored and maintenance for many years by Morgan Marine in Silver Bay, Used each year by my parents during their summers at Rodgers Rock Club on Lake George. Ten years ago my father became ill we moved the boat into local storage where it has been inside and under cover. This is the perfect boat for a wooden boat enthusiast who’s looking for an easy project to get her back into shape and back on the water. Once cleaned up she’s value will far exceed $20,000 dollar. Make reasonable offer and we’ll bring you your next winter project. (Transportation 400 mile range included, from Buffalo, NY) Boat trailer sold separately.
15’ Feet 1955 Whitehouse
1952 Whitehouse fiberglass boat - custom refinished and ready to hit the water. Could also be a project boat. Includes fully refurbished 1956 Johnson Sea Horse 30 Hp Vintage Outboard RDE 18 (electric fuel pump and starter solenoid installed.) Trailer included but needs new springs. We bought from the son of the original owner, but he did not have the original paperwork. We love this boat! It gets lots of looks and compliments every time we take it out. It’s just a little to small for our family of 5 to use frequently.
26' Feet 1929 Chris Craft Upswept Triple
The Paragon is an iconic Chris-Craft model, completely restored by renowned Mayea Brothers Restoration. Complete restoration file and photos available. All leather interior with original nickel silver hardware. Scripps V-12 350hp engine rebuilt. Capable of speeds up to 55mph. Converted to 12-volt. Comes on an excellent double axle Eagle trailer.
16' Feet Pre 1905 Warren Cole
Pre 1905 Guideboat restored in Maine, Featured in Wooden Boat Magazine Launchings. Shaw and Tenney oars and oarlocks. Flag blue topsides
20 Feet 1967 Penn Yan I/O Utility
Well-maintained, always stored inside when not in the water, fully serviced and used in 2023 on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Excellent running shape. Original throughout and interior is in beautiful condition. One of the last wooden power boats produced by Penn Yan in its 80-year history.
18 Feet 2021 Spira International Carolina Dory
Built with professional assistance by Motor Boat Garage, Cinti, Ohio. Beautiful Carolina Lines, Fiberglass hull, Mahogany deck and helm, White cedar floor. All interior wood sealed in clear epoxy. Easy towing, fresh water only.
45 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Constellation
1966 45' (LOA), Chris-Craft Constellation. "My Four Ladies" is a Canadian-registered, freshwater boat in pristine turn key(s) condition. This boat was recently extensively professionally restored, and since has been religiously maintained. New countertops, stainless steel marine grade sinks and faucets have just been installed. All light fixtures have been replaced with stainless stell LED lighting and dimmer switches. Her floors have all been replaced with Seadek flooring, along with 2 new hatches being cut out for easier access to the hot water tank and black water tank The hot water tank and both toilets have been replaced. The aft cabin toilet is electric. Her fiberglass decks and cabin sides have been beautifully redone with extreme attention to detail. Both the transom and swim platform have been completely stripped and 16 new coats of varnish have been applied. A new fold away swim ladder has also been installed. The bottom is in great shape, needs no soak time when launched, everything is tight and right. An upgraded 12V and 110 V systems in conjunction with a new large marine grade fridge. Full camper Bimini in great condition. Aft cabin layout is ideal for maximizing living space along with having its own washroom, to include a new shower install. The forward berth is roomy with a washroom directly beside it as well. The main salon has been completely renovated complete with black out curtains. Boat is powered by twin 327 engines that run very well having 210 HP per engine. 1200 hrs., on each engine. Vessel has been insured with; NauticLife, AVIVA Lifestyle Insurance Picy # P39672289PWP Watercraft Coverage: $110,000 BARRINGTON LOVETT M/S SURVEY REPORT ON FILE. Survey Date: 08 June 2022 Vessel is registered with Transport Canada, thru Herbert & Associates, Montreal QC.
34 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Captain
Rare 1955 Chris Craft Capitan! This beautiful 34-foot bullnose has been mainly restored by a professional. Hull No. 80. New batteries, original helm instrumentation and controls. Mahogany "Jetson" style mast with steaming lights. Custom settee rebuilt from original plans from Christ Craft museum (included) with new upholstery and curtains. Original helm seating and mahogany boarding ladder. Professionally painted with 2-part epoxy. Some wiring updated.new splash rail fabricated and installed, windshield repairs, new battens and planking completed and faired, hull stripped and prepped for painting, stern bulwark corner post repaired, major exterior varnish work, including transom and bow, rebuilt cabin top (new ribs), primed and painted, starboard side repairs, port side rebuild, custom settee, original fittings. She was a properly stored barn find in Essex County prior to the pandemic. Restoration efforts were slowed because of all the lockdowns. There's beautiful mahogany in the cabin, which is what made me fall in love with her. The previous owner did some restoration, but he is deceased so I don't know exactly what he did. She is in the water this year.
23' Feet 1969 Lyman Offshore
Only 54 of these boats were produced. The boat is extremely stable in rough water and tracks beautifully with the skeg keel. Raised cuddy cabin, two VG-berths, porta potty, original 273 V8 200 HP engine with 175 hours of operation, newly rebuilt 4 barrel carb, Accel breakerless ignition, new water pump, and brass thermostat.Stainless propeller shaft, and gas tank with sender unit to gas gauge.. Full custom boat cover, Autohelm ST30 Bidata, Raytheon Speedo depth sounder, compass Garman GPS72I. Magic-Tilt trailer w/quad wheels. 6000 GVW, aluminum I beam construction, surge brakes, bunk boards, load guides. Like new used for transporting out of water to storage at marina, very few miles on it. Boat restoration by Brasil Boatworks. Extensive bow to stern restoration. Mahogany decks refinished to show condition, Windshield teak refinished , some bottom and side planks replaced, mahogany interior planks added.
16 ft Feet 1960 Buehler Turbocraft
I finished the 13-year restoration of my1960 Buehler Turbocraft Jet 32, 16 ft Jet Boat in July 2022. I had undertaken the task of restoring this hull using modern materials and power. The goal was to maintain as much visual originality as possible with select upgrades. In 2010, I started out gang busters gutting the hull and laying the groundwork to reinforce the hull with 24/10 fiberglass cloth and West’s epoxy. The boat is built entirely of Corecell below the floor (stringers, bulkheads, transom) and ¾” marine plywood encased in epoxy and cloth for the floor. This project continued for 13 years as time, money and energy dictated. I got very serious in 2019 with the goal of finishing by the 2022 Boat Show Season. Original chrome was replated, aluminum and SS brightwork was rejuvenated. Original seat patterns were copied and color matched as close as possible, and the paint color replicated using one part polyurethane paint. The engine is a 1995 Ford 351W Marine engine removed from a very low hour pristine boat that was damaged. I installed SS impellers in the original Indiana Gear Works 3 stage pump housing during the complete rebuild. The gate assembly was powder coated white and the hydraulic cylinder rebuilt. A modern hydraulic pump is used to move the shift gate. I made the boat wire looms for the boat also. Many more details you’d have to talk to me about or see. Boat sits on a new Load Rite Aluminum I Beam trailer. You also get all the spare parts I have from salvaging 3 Buehlers. A must-see Award Winner. Since completion: Best Craftsmanship by Owner at Finger Lakes Chapter ACBS 2022; Best Non-Wood at Adirondack Chapter ACBS in Lake George 2022 and 1st Place Fiberglass Classic Runabout at the 47th Annual Portage Lakes Antique & Classic Boat Show 2023. I have decided to sell this boat as I have 6 other Classic boats and I feel this is the one I will use the least. Anyone that has restored a boat knows how expensive it is. I am giving up thousands of dollars in hard cash and the freebie is all my labor. The only thing I paid to have someone else do is the paint and upholstery. I did the rest of the restoration. Tough to let go but this boat needs to be seen and used. I have extensive pictures of the restoration for a serious buyer.
18' 2" Feet 1980 Cobalt 18DV
New jump & lounge seat. Bow cushion insert. Full teak swim deck with boarding ladder. Complete set of extra interior, side and stern rails & recessed walkway inserts. Body in good shape. Outdrive gears need replacing. Engine replacement: Original engine #670820 Replacement engine #67818 done in 2019 with only 400 hours on it. Since children are married, use of boat is much less & estimate only 600 hour on it now. Records of all work done o boat and engine.
19’6” Feet 1964 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff
Fresh water only. 2023 Refit, topside paint, bottom paint. Very original, all around. Runs strong. Looks sharp. Fresh battery, impellers, log cleaning. Fresh fuel system with carb rebuild, fuel pump, filters, lines, fittings. Ready for Parade, Show, Lake.
29 Feet 1910 Leyare Launch - 1000 Islands Number Boat
Racing #8 of 20 "Number Boats" built by Joseph Leyare in 1910. Original power was a four cylinder 30 hp Jencick motor which was replaced with present, rebuilt 1919 Redwing 32 hp motor. Hull has been rebuilt to original designer specs but some work needs to be completed. Prop shaft ready for installation, final engine details need to be completed and test run. Has a new fuel tank installed under aft deck. All hardware is brass polished and has been spotted and drilled for final install. Deck needs more final varnish coats as does transom. Hull sides need finish coats of paint; scribed hull side arrow needs to be finished. Final upholstery decision needed and upholstered. A very striking boat with great history and only needs final finishing.
15' Feet 1956 Yellow Jacket
Second owner. Originally purchased by my father in law and was passed to my wife. Full restoration 2018. 14 coats Marine Spare varnish on the top surfaces and 10 coats on the side. Engine has been totally rebuilt. All surfaces painted with epoxy paint in the original color. Engine and boat were finished in 2018 and tested on the water. It ran 42 MPH and was still climbing. Engine is an electric start with push to choke. New upholstery for seats. Speedometer looks vintage but is a modern GPS speedometer.
20’ Feet 1962 Lyman Runabout
20’ 1962 Lyman Runabout Hull #Y1280 Transom Portia II Tunnel Bay Purchased in 2020 after completion by Wykes Boatworks of Harlem, Ontario of its full and beautiful restoration including repairs and refinishing throughout. Featuring mahogany ceilings, new gray flooring, boarding steps and pole and complete rewiring. Mercruiser V6 Engine in excellent condition with a new long-life battery. New seat backs, cushions and a full cockpit canvas bimini by Delux Auto Trim of Brockville, Ontario. Fitted with new lines and fenders and a new Garmin. Comes with all required safety equipment. The sole blemish in this boat consists of degradation of some areas of the deck which have been exposed to the sun – a quart of the marine varnish used by Wykes is included. This sale comes about as a result of changes in personal circumstances which have made regular use of the boat difficult. The Lyman is moored at the Tunnel Bay Boat Club docks in the harbour at Brockville. The owner may be reached at 613-349-4741 (no texts please).
21 Feet 1962 Lyman Boat Works
Very clean, attractive, mid-sized Lyman Utility completely restored in 2020. Four planks replaced, ribs repaired, bilge cleaned and painted, repacked stuffing box, new cutlass bearing, and new exhaust hoses. Mahogany transom and decks fore and aft all stripped, sanded and re-varnished with 8 coats. Sides sanded, epoxied and painted with 4 coats. All hardware removed and re-chromed. The varnish gleams and the sides shine. The upholstery is impeccable. The engine runs smoothly and the trailer is road-ready. The price is right and you could be cruising in this beauty this afternoon.
23 Feet 1973 Chris-Craft Lancer
An excellent example of the popular and smooth riding 23 Lancer. The deep-V hull was handles ought seas with ease, and was popular for its performance. Used on the St. Lawrence River, in good structural shape, and runs well. Has full canvas top.
23 ft Feet 1959 Lyman Utility
Excellent condition 23-foot Lyman utility. Purchased in 2009 as a "project" boat and completely restored in 2009-2010, including a new 5200 "no-soak' bottom. Lightly used for the past decade and boathouse kept year-round. Features include windshields that open, forward deck hatch, gleaming varnish, impeccable upholstery, finished interior ceiling boards, step box full of mooring lines, Nautilex sole covering, electric trim tabs, two Corsa mufflers with cross over, and a low-hours motor that was built by Bob Mishko, noted marine engine builder, in 2009. Comes with a spare prop, travel cover, and solid Loadmaster twin axle trailer with custom bunks, removable tongue, LED lights, and a spare tire. Ready to go for a cruise!
16 Feet 1935 Gar Wood Speedster Replica - Project
This is a replica 1935 Gar Wood Speedster that is currently in the frame-stage of the build process. Full plans are included for the balance of the build. Gauges and shift mechanism are set up to accept a modern V6 powerplant, source-able through Michigan Motorz, for example. Correct 15" three spoke steering wheel, horn button, column and steering unit, which have been restored. Gar Wood decals, along with all the hardware you see in the pictures. The paint is a gallon of gray paint for the frames and interior of the boat. The rub rail and spray rails are brand new. 3/4" pipe is included for the shift mechanism. A supply of African mahogany is also included which should be sufficient to complete the project. If you have dreamed of building a Gar Wood Speedster of your own, this is a great opportunity with a lot of hard work and sourcing of parts completed!
19 Feet 1960 Chris-Craft Capri
This 1960 Capri was purchased from the original owners along with all of the original factory equipment. She subsequently went through a comprehensive restoration, which included a full disassembly, replacement of several frame members, 5200 bottom, replanked hull sides, topsides, and transom. The seat frames were rebuilt, retaining the original box springs. Engine, gauges, etc all rebuilt. New fuel tank and sending unit. All upholstery new. All work was completed over a 2-year period. This 1960 Capri is in excellent condition and ready to enjoy! Complete with a Ryan custom trailer.
15'6 Feet 1958 Lyman Outboard
The culmination of a 3-year restoration project, my 1958 Lyman is picture-perfect and ready to make your summer memorable. This beauty is a rare, 15'6 runabout with numerous upgrades and a 1962 Evinrude Big Twin 40HP Outboard in as pristine condition as the day she came home from the factory. The keel and all structural parts are made from clear white oak, the planking material is made from 3/8" Clinker-built fir that is overlapped at the joints so that it is twice as strong as straked hulls. The decks, rails, stern and all of the interior wood is made from Philippine Mahogany. All of the hull fasteners used were specifically built for the Lyman Co. out of silicon cut bronze clout nails that were deeply embedded and reversed clinched. The literature from the day proudly declared, and is still evident 65 years later, that the fasteners never need to be tightened! In fact one of the reasons these hulls are so durable, strong, and safe is that there are approximately 2000 clout nails and more than 850 screws used in planking alone. I tried to keep as much of the original patina as possible while still breathing new life into her with layers of high-end topside primer and paint and exterior/interior varnish. She was carefully stripped and sanded by hand. All of the hardware on the boat is period correct and for the most part, nickel-plated brass, including the anchor guides, bow base cleat, and the stern cleats. The Perko bow light has the original late 1950s port and starboard glass lenses, as well as a hole for a flag pole. Stainless steel full length rub rails have been installed on the gunwale and stern spray rails. One of her more unique features is her 1940s Chris Craft split speedster windscreen frame and glass. This windscreen provid /Motor/ The motor is a 1962 Evinrude Big Twin 40HP. These motors are renowned for their simplicity and reliability. The motor is in perfect running order and looks amazing on the inside and out. The motor was repainted with the original, authentic Evinrude polychromatic blue. The carb, ignition (points\condensers) have recently been rebuilt. The fuel lines and electrical wiring have been replaced as needed. The lower unit oil was replaced when the impeller (water pump) was replaced. When the lower unit was apart, the gear case was inspected and there was minimal to no wear. The compression for the upper and lower cylinders is X and Y respectively. The current and previous owner have always run the motor with AVG (leaded high octane aviation fuel) since the mid 1980s therefore it is likely that this motor has never seen any ethanol fuel! That said this motor will safely run on modern unleaded fuel but like any modern small motor, you have to make sure not to store the motor for extended periods without completely draining it so that the fuel system does not get mucked up. /Electronics/ All of the wiring has been replaced and upgraded to modern standards using high quality marine-grade BlueSea fuse panels, copper wiring, and period correct switch gear. Extra capacity has been added in case the next user intends to install a modern marine radio and\or USB charger. The stern has been pre-wired for a stern light if desired. A second new battery has been added for redundancy along with an NOS A/B switch, a new bilge pump, and a new (unused) in-hull transducer (depth finder). What makes this Lyman different than any new boat is that it will never be worth any less than what you pay for it as long as it is properly cared for.
38 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Cruiser
this boat was manufactured 1936. there is a lot of history to this boat but I do not have all the details at this point in time. I know some news paper owner in buffalo ordered it directly from Chris craft new and it was stored in Olcott NY in its early years. They used to have a baby grand piano on it and throw parties. It was used during the war time as an auxiliary coast guard vessel. then the previous owner redid this into the condition it is in today. have the original sales receipt with it. and binder full of info on the boat.
20’ Feet 1959 Chris-Craft Sportsman
I bought the boat from a family that has owned her for 20 years.. I completely restored the boat last winter.. new upholstery, new windshield, re varnished inside and out. Polished all the chrome, refastened all the rub rails. Refreshed the carb and added a remote oil filter. Changed the water filter. Cleaned the gas tank and went thru all the running gear.. Built a new stern pole and running light. Added a new battery. This boat is ultra clean and runs great.. This is a great starter boat for kids. Must see!!
12 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft CC12
This beautiful boat is a kit boat registered as a Chris Craft. Mahogany deck
14 Feet 1959 Whirlwind Outboard
No repairs were necessary or performed under seller’s ownership. Engine runs well and will push the boat along nicely. Winterized and last in the water in 2022. Comes with 1959 Cox single-axle trailer.
20 Feet 1972 Crosby Sloop
This Crosby Sloop beauty was originally built by the late C Gorden Tucker . The sloop was slightly shortened to fit in his workshop barn the story goes . My son was given the boat from the late previous owner because she believed the soul of this sloop needed luv again . My son and I took on this restoration during the beginning days of Covid to not only help save the boat but also to keep us busy during those challenging Covid days . Thousands and thousands of hours went into this restoration over the course of four years . After many tears, frustration,determination and perseverance she is now complete. She has been saved . A we’ll known boat builder / sailor/ mayflower consultant said that “ you two boys turned her into a Show Piece “ !! We are now off to our next father/Son adventure project . We will only release this Precious Gem to someone we feel has the resources and passion to care for this rare sloop . I have documented ,and noted the restoration with hundreds of photos available from this project journey upon request .
26 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Cutlass Cavalier
We purchased the boat in September, 2015 and have been using it each summer since then. The information we received from the seller indicates that it was originally delivered in 1968 to Minnetonka Boat Works in Wayzata, MN. The records indicate that the engine is a 327 with 210 horsepower. The seller also claimed that work exceeding $18,000 had been done, but there were no details about that work. A previous owner removed the original cuddy, but as you can see from the pictures, it does not look chopped up. Essentially, he created a large open boat for day cruising, which is exactly how we have enjoyed it for the last several years. We have it on a lift in Lake Minnetonka in the summer and it is stored indoors in the winter. We invested in a complete strip down to the wood and repaint of the lap strake sides and a stain and varnish refinishing of the transom (although the transom finish is starting to weather). We also had the carb and starter rebuilt and a new fuel pump installed. The engine runs well and it cruises along pretty well when it gets up on plane. There is no speedometer so I can't tell you how fast it goes. It holds 10-12 comfortably as it has a 10-ft beam. It handles waves extremely well, including running through wake-surf boat wakes at speed. The trailer was purchased in 2016 and has been used sparingly. The boat appears to be structurally sound in general. The bottom is ok but could probably use some caulking and sealing in places, particularly where it meets the transom. There are a couple of floor and/or floor support pieces that could be replaced where the wood is starting to deteriorate, but we use it as-is now with no immediate problems. Some cushion covers are ripped, but useable (filling is not falling out). The engine runs really well. If it sits more than a few days, it usually requires priming some gas directly into the carb, but after ignition it runs fine and will re-start without issue. We have used the boat every year including this summer.
13 Feet 1950 Speedliner Typhoon
This is a rare model of Speedliner. The Typhoon was designed as a "C"-Service and "D"-Stock racing runabout. The boat underwent a complete restoration using the original General Marine #313144 boat as a pattern. It is complete with a all hardware Keller steering wheel, CW throttle, Merc. KG9 tachometer and Muskegon speedometer. Includes a restored matching #'s 1953 Mercury Mark 40H #712955. The Gear foot was rebuilt by Ron Thomas. Trailer is included.
16' Feet 1940s - 1960s? Chestnut Canoe Company N.B.
Vintage cedar strip canoe! Own a piece of history! Beautiful, fully restored, 16-foot vintage canoe from the Chestnut Canoe Company, N.B. Likely the Prospector model with v-shaped transom stern. So smooth on the water. As you can see from the pictures, it’s in great shape. There is -- full-disclosure -- a damaged spot on the ribs near the bow, about the size of a lady's fist. It doesn’t affect the vessel's seaworthiness at all as it is near the rail and it isn’t big enough to affect the sturdiness of the structure.
30 Feet 1950 Hunter Utility
It was bought in the 70s as a family excursion boat but never did get to the water. It has been sitting in a garage all this time, waiting for a new owner.
18 Feet 1986 Century Resorter
Classic Resorter in Good Condition 413 hours Runs Perfect, No Issues Matching Trailer
18 Feet 1962 Skee Craft
I am selling our antique 1962 Volvo Penta Skee Craft Two sleeper cabin cruiser with Volvo-PentaV4 engine. I got her about ten years ago and I am the third owner of this boat. I don’t want to part with her, but in ten years, I have not had the time or energy to restore her. I am getting older and I think its time to let this project go. She was outside for two years and in storage for the rest. I want her to go to someone who loves wood boats, would restore her and see her return to lake life. This boat was built in PA by the Amish. The Amish hand sanded this boat. She is made of white oak, mahogany and marine plywood. The deck, cabin and seats are white oak. The Volvo Penta engine, model AQ-145 inboard/outboard motor. It was rebuilt in 1984 with a complete rebuild in 2002. I have not started her in six years, sorry. We are asking $5000.00 which includes the trailer but look her over and make us an offer.
21 Feet 1987 Scorpion
Originally sold out of Clayton, NY. Scorpion was a manufacturer out of Canada who built attractive performance boats. The 300hp Mercury Tempest have approximately 500 original hours. Upholstery has been redone, new floor, and repainted decks. Turnkey and ready for new ownership.
21' Feet 1958 Century Coronado
Century Boat Company’s top-of-the-line model, fully restored and ready for the water. The original sliding hardtop provides comfort, is easy to use and is also removable. The boat was restored in 2011 with a no-soak bottom, A & A upholstery, a new finish, and restored gauges. The V-8 engine was rebuilt in 2008 and runs well. Two mooring covers come with the boat that fit with or without the top. The trailer, all safety equipment and documentation are included with this beautiful boat.
12 Feet 1950 Aero Craft "Custom Deluxe" Outboard Runabout
Manufactured in St Charles, MI, Aero Craft built a variety of aluminum outboard runabouts. This 12' Custom Deluxe model featured aft-steering and remote outboard controls in a sporty configuration. This 1950 example has been nicely restored and is in very good condition. The 1956 Johnson 15hp Outboard has been restored and runs well. Sold complete with fuel tank, 2018 galvanized trailer, and a snap-on tonneau cover.
18 Feet 1950 Chris-Craft Riviera
Classic Riviera with the following maintenance items performed: 1997 - Purchased from LaPointe's Classic Boat and Motor, Glenco,MN 1997 - Electric Bilge Pump 2000 - Fiberglass bottom by Safe Harbor Sheldon Shipyard, Shelburne, VT 2010 Rebuilt Engine New Manifold 2020 Rebuilt all three carburetors Custom made waterline Sunbrella mooring cover Refurbished Interior 2022 Rebuilt Transmission New Engine Mounts All gages working Continental single axle trailer w/working lights and good tires.
18 Feet 1963 Chris Craft Cavalier
Been in my life for 46 years and has been through minor owner restoration. During years 2014-2017, it was completely restored. The major boat restoration was done by Lowel Boats in Greensboro, NC. Less than 50 hours on boat and motor since restoration. Converted fuel pump to electric and ignition to electronic. Custom included hatch cover over engine, updated cockpits and added a ski/swim platform with retrackable ladder. Trailer and cover included.
25 Feet 1966 Lyman Sleeper
This 1966 Lyman Sleeper has been fully restored and is in very nice condition overall. A significant amount of plank work and ribs completed by the previous owner. Transom replaced, new Rayco fuel tank installed in 2014. Full bimini top, side curtains, full cover all in nice condition. Swim platform, all upholstery replaced. This is a very clean 25' Lyman that is sound structurally and mechanically. Ready to enjoy this season! There is a tandem axle trailer included, but different from the one currently shown in the photos.
19 foot Feet 1948 Higgins
This Higgins is a very rare triple cockpit runabout. She is completely restored including the engine original to the boat. Bottom is double 8 mm Aksumite plywood set in West system epoxy. Sides and deck are double 4 mm Aksumite plywood set in West System epoxy. Interior floor is gray marbled vinyl. Upholstery is white vinyl with red piping. All engine components and instruments have been rebuilt or restored. The electrical system has been converted to 12 volts. The only thing changed on the boat from original is we added a beautiful mahogany windshield rather the the curved frameless plexiglass.
36’ Feet 1964 Chris Craft
The hull is double planked on the bottom, planking over plywood. The sides are single planked mahogany. The hull is internally reinforced with sawn oak floors and steam bent lighter oak ribs between the floors. The decks are supported by oak deck beams, then restored with new marine plywood and fibreglass decking. The super structure is fibreglass.
15.6 Feet 2001 Canadian Electric Boat Company Launch
The Canadian Electric Boat Company (now Vision Marine Technologies) has built 100% electric-powered boats of various sizes and configurations since the mid-1990s. This full-canopied launch features mahogany fore and aft-decks, maroon leather bench seats and a cafe seating table. Eco-friendly with two new batteries and a solid trailer, she's the perfect boat for lazy summer afternoons and evening cocktail cruises on the lake or river.
22' Feet 1928 Chris-Craft Cadet
This Cadet was purchased and completely restored to 100% original condition by a master woodworker and internationally renown professional antique automobile restorer known for his devotion to 100% originality in all his work. He fully restored the boat over a number of years in his workshop, including removing and replacing any questionable wood re-chroming all brightwork, all new upholstery to original specifications, and the engine completely rebuilt by marine engine specialist. Always stored inside since completion of restoration.
17 Feet 1956 Peterborough Kawartha
A classic for sure. Restoration recently completed and she looks beautiful. All wood has been sanded, stained and varnished as appropriate. Varnish up to 6 coats depending on area of boat. Has decent trailer, no engine.
16 Feet 1951 Chris-Craft Riviera
Restored in 2003 with 5200 bottom, Repowered with 4.3 V6 190 hp MerCruiser. Always stored inside, comes on a single axle trailer. She was refinished in 2017, and engine was rebuilt and all mechanicals renewed. She has been used every season since 2017 and runs and shows like new!
16' Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
Long time ownership. (35+ years). One of 174 16' Rivieras built 1950-51. Older restoration, stored inside forever. Runs perfect.
15 Feet 1939 Century Imperial Sportsman
Rare PreWar Century Imperial Sportsman. Wood is all in very good condition. Could use some varnish but solid. Honda 4 Stroke has very low hours on it. Comes on a nice trailer. Really great example of a early prewar Century boat. With a little work could be in show condition.
28 Feet 1968 Bertram Baron
"Chicken of the Sea" is one of the known few 28 Barons left. She has been extremely well maintained with the following restored items: in 2006, Stringers and transom were replaced, engines rebuilt, and boat completely Awlgrip painted. In 2018 the Volvo outdrives were rebuilt. 162 hours on engines and 0 hours on outdrives since rebuild. Only thing needed is new power tilt motor on starboard side. Comes on a Tri-axle American trailer. This boat has spent most of its life since the work in storage with very little use. A very important piece of power boat history in excellent shape!
17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
1941 Chris Craft 17 ft Deluxe Runabout (Barrel Back) This 1941 17 ft Deluxe Runabout Serial # 71810 is one of only 425 that were built between 1940 and the 1942 model year. It has had total no expense spared restoration. Every exterior plank has been replace with an underlayment of Okume Plywood with planks epoxied in place. All chines, stem, keel and bottom frames were also replaced. All hardware has been re chromed. A 131 HP Chris Craft KBL triple carb engine has a had a total rebuild along with being updated to 12Volt. All gauges have a professional restoration and original style cloth wiring is new. The fuel tank has been replace with an Aluminum one. Upholstery is the new original style Aqua Marine. There are less than 10 hours running time with all the bugs worked out. Included is a 2021 Road Ranger trailer with brakes. This is truly a turnkey boat ready for its next owner. Clear Washington title on boat and trailer
19 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
Barn find from Mays Landing, NJ. Restored to original specs, everything from the original bottom up - this boat was put up in a barn after the owner passed on. 45+ years later the boat was pulled back out of the barn and taken to Maryland's Eastern Shore (Dockside Boatworks- Jerry LeCompte) where it was restored to original specs with a period correct Hercules-Chris craft ML 145 hp motor. No rot anywhere. True classic. This is #59 built of this model. Very few red/white racing runabouts in this condition with original bottom and no rot. Cushions all recovered. New battery on 12V system. New wiring. New prop. New fuel tank and fuel line. Lovett bilge pump. Trailer included. You may have seen it recently at the Antique Boat Show in St. Michaels, MD at the Maritime Museum. First place Commodore's Cup winner at "Keels and Wheels” at the Annapolis Yacht Club.
14 Feet 1940's Beetle Cat Sailboat
A well maintained 14ft Beetle cat boat with rigging and trailer. Decks and other items restored over the years.
36 Feet 1984 Hallett by Barron
1984 36' Hallett by Barron. Hull purchased new April 04, 1984 from Barron Boats. Both engines 454 bowtie bored to 511. 650hp ec at 5800rpm, have been upgraded and need to be installed. Crower crankshafts, Ross pistons, crower rods, speed pro rings. Kaama drive package twin. Vessel is currently registered. This boat belonged to William Scallion the life long friend of Chuck Boyd who established the K boat class. Just received the thick book of information on this powerboat.
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