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16 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Riviera

1949 Chris Craft 16’ Riviera Runabout Model B in wonderful condition. Long admired in a privately held collection including the Queen of Lake Tahoe “THUNDERBIRD” yacht (a 1939 55’ Hackercraft). “Gibblets” is the “little runabout” part of this original Legacy Collection and named in honor of the family grandchildren. This 1949 Chris Craft Mahogany beauty has enjoyed only 2 owners. Her 4-cylinder engine is original, was completely restored in 1977 and runs beautifully! All maintenance and service is current! Formerly named “Petite Follie” She successfully placed in several classic boat shows. 1st Place 1983 Post War class Lake Tahoe Concours d’ Elegance. Professionally refinished in 2008 with Epifanes Marine Varnish. All records. Traditional bottom. Only fresh water exposure and safely garaged in a balanced climate environment. 1950 EZ-Loader Trailer is included with new wiring, LED lights, good tires and all registrations for boat and trailer are current. Full coverage, custom boat cover also included. Vinyl interior and all brightwork in exceptional condition. Original specifications honored. One of only 174 Model B Runabouts built by Chris Craft between 1949 and 1951 making their availability and comparable condition very rare. An absolute gem! *Also showing pictures of Thunderbird for appreciation of the legacy. “Gibblets” is seen in the 1985 Concours d’ Elegance Antique Boat Show Poster next to “Thunderbird” on Lake Tahoe. Serious Inquiries only please!

58' Feet 1950 MONK SR

TRANSFERABLE LIVEABOARD 65' 4 WAY TIE SLIP WITH Accudock FLOAT 5' x 7', AND 7' Sport Yak INCL. (Peninsula Yacht Marina, Channel Islands harbor, Oxnard CA) LAST SURVEY; JAN 2021 - The Surveyor is quoted as calling The Flamingo "The Queen of the Harbor" Insured with Geico LAST HAUL 12-19 / 3 Coats Interlux Ultra Kote / Aluminum anodes / Hull sounded (See Blue bottom pics - of that haul) Diver Maintained THE FLAMINGO was designed by Ed Monk Sr. and constructed in 1950 of Port Orford Cedar on steam bent White Oak bottom, Red Cedar topsides, Monel fastened, solid Mahogany house and flybridge, canvas over Marine Ply decks, Oak rubstrakes, Mahogany caps and coves. Heavy construction. All Original builders Blueprints on board plus 2021 Survey. DETROIT TWIN 671'S. TOTAL HP 440, making 12 knots at full throttle. Low hours (732) SINCE PREVIOUS REBUILD. Roomy well lit engine room, with remote engine room starting and fresh water wash out after each use. Full gratings give access to dry bilges,oil free motors. Some Noted Features / Equipment: Twin Helms with Air shifters Bronze Steering Struts Monel shafts Drip-less shaft seals Dual fresh water engine room motor washouts Solid 3/4" Brazilian Rosewood with white oak cabin sole overlay Ubba Tubba Granite counters Stainless Steel Stern Crane Walk-by bronze stanchions + full handrails 2 Electric fresh water head + 20 gallon water tank Twin Poly Holding tanks Dickinson Propane heater+ 4 Wall heaters 6 Rule automatic bilge pumps with auto float switches Gusher manual 1 gallon per stoke pump Twin Halon auto fire prevention systems + 7 Fire extinguishers Twin banks AGM Batteries Flybridge Barbecue Flybridge opening settees with table and cushions Griffiths Watertight fore deck hatch Stainless Cowl vents on dorade boxes USN Bronze dead light + 8 Bronze opening ports Bow and Stern pulpits Complete sunbrella covers 17" Cast bronze Spring Cleats and Stern Cleats Heavy duty Electric Windlass 120 anchor with all chain rode Air Conditioning unit 42" HD LG screen + 29" flat screen 12 gallon hot water tank Inverter Five Burner Propane Range Commercial Microwave 19 cu' Stainless Refrigerator/Freezer 3 Hammered Copper sinks Hammered Copper Galley Table Chandelier and classic bronze Sconces Stainless steel Water tanks

15"6" Feet 1958 Shepherd Boat Building Co., Ontario

This is the Shepherd Jr. Runabout with outboard. Manufactured in 1958 By the Shepherd Boat Building Co. located at Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario Canada. It is the only boat they manufactured that wasn't an inboard. Because it was made in Canada, very few were ever imported into the U.S.. This one was bought by me near its original manufacture location, was imported and passed U.S. customs and is currently registered in AZ. but is stored indoors at my summer home in Superior, WI. Details: This Shepherd is probably the best example of an all original unrestored Shepherd Jr. in existence. It has received only one re-varnish in its 63 year life. All wood is perfect, front seats and linoleum flooring original and in very good condition. It is powered by the first generation Black Max Mercury 100H.P. six cylinder outboard (year 1963). Runs like a watch and very few hours. It can achieve 45m.p.h., Included is the Trailer-Craft trailer that is also like new with very few miles on it. The custom bimini is new. I have a Marine Survey "Condition and Value Assessment that was made for insurance and value purposes , value $15,000-$18,000. Please call for additional details. This may be your only chance to own a beautiful classic wooden boat that can rival Chris-Craft for a fraction of the price. Note: The Shepherd boat company has been resurrected and is now building and servicing boats at Lake Geneva,Wisconsin.

18 Feet 2017 Slingerland

PERFECT FOR A MOONLIGHT CRUISE ON THE LAKE! QUIET, SAFE, DEPENDABLE, NO MAINTENANCE, ECONOMICAL ELECTRIC POWER! The "Little Dipper" is custom built, electric powered boat, based on the famous Disappearing Propeller Boat popular in the first half of the 20th century in Canada and the US.  These boats are the subject of a book entitled "The Greatest Little Motor Boat Afloat" (see one of the photos).  They were powered by a small, usually single cylinder, gas motor, and they had a clever mechanism to raise the prop and shaft into the hull for beaching, and due to this feature they were nicknamed Dippers, or Dippys. Like this boat, most featured 3 full beam seats and one single aft seat for a 7 person capacity.   Little Dipper was built using offsets for one of the Canadian Greavette models. She is powered with a 110 pound thrust, salt water capable, 36 volt electric motor, which is removable for beaching or trailering.  A bank of three sealed 12 volt batteries under the center deck, is charged with a built-in 120 volt marine 3 bank charger.  The boat will operate for hours and has a range of more that 20 miles. Top speed is about 7 knots, but speed and range will depend on load and power used.  I have taken the boat up the lake about 8 miles and back then cruised another hour, and later out for a moonlight cruise of another hour using the LED running lights, and had plenty of battery power remaining. The quiet electric motor is wonderful for a relaxing evening cruise.  Dependable electric power requires no maintenance, has no fumes or hazardous fuel, and is economical!  At the end of the day, just plug it in and it will be ready for another day of cruising in the morning. No winterization is needed, so the boat is available and ready to go year round! This boat has had light use and has always been stored under cover. It is in excellent condition. Construction is lap strake of okume marine plywood, sealed with penetrating epoxy and bonded at laps with 3M 5200 for a strong and tight hull - NO LEAKS.  The keel and frames are white oak, the deck is mahogany and ash, and the seats are mahogany. Rudder is white ash.  Included are seat cushions, two life jackets, one throw cushion, LED Stern light with flag, one paddle, two fenders, bow and stern lines and one extra prop. The trailer is a galvanized Load Rite single axle with recent tires, bearings, and LED lights. It is in excellent condition.  Have titles for boat and trailer. THERE'S NOTHING BETTER THAN A QUIET MOONLIGHT CRUISE ON THE LAKE!

21.5 Feet 1936 Greavette Custom Runabout

A spectacular example of the craftsmanship by Greavette Boatworks of Muskoka, Ontario; this "Special" 21.5 ' Runabout was built for Col. Moody, Vice President of Greavette Boats in 1936. She was one of only 6 hulls produced in this length. The uniqueness of this particular boat was that it was the only example with covered decks from the rear seat aft and was given "fancy upgrade" consisting of a custom windshield, steering wheel, instrument cluster and hardware. This rendition was named a "Custom", whereas all of the others were "Utility" hulls with an open rear cockpit and a motor box and standard hardware, basic instrument gauges and steering wheel. The boat was originally named "Rob Roy" after the Moody's two sons, Rob and Roy. Mr. Bruce Wilson, subsequent owner of Greavette Boats, acquired Rob Roy in the 1960's, replaced the original bottom and re-powered the boat with the current Chevrolet "327"cu.in. V8 engine. Rob Roy was purchased by Mr. R.E. McDermott, Port Carling ,ON , where it was boat housed at his summer cottage near Mortimer's Point, ON. The boat has been under the stewardship of her current owner since July of 1978. She was comprehensively restored in 1982-1983 with new decks, engine hatches, interior, dash, upholstery, floors, wiring, gauges, complete varnish and re-chrome and the boat was re-named "AliCat" after his daughter "Ali" and wife "Cathy". During the Fall of 2016 the "AliCat" underwent a refresh where she received a complete new transom and re-varnish of the decks and sides. She is in exceptional condition today and perfect example of a collectable, Canadian built classic!

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