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22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet
Early Cadet Hull number 1087. Owned by seller since 1980. Seller is well known restorer and this is one of his personal boats. This boat is fully restored with 5200 bottom, all new sides and decks, new gas tank, and interior. The boat is very original with all original gauges, chrome and engine. Boat has always been boat house kept. Comes with newer waterline cover. Boat was last in the water is 2020.
17 Feet 1983 Summerford Tunnel Hull
1983 105mph STV- Summerford tunnel hull all composite 450 lb solid, no soft spots in stringers/transom, gel coat like new, 225 Merc built by Paul Gautreaux; shaved head, Brucato ACU 15 inch lower unit, 30p cleaver prop, single center line pilot seat with optional passenger seat behind, told it had one many Championships, Optima battery, 18 gal alum tank, road ready custom dual axel trailer with boat and trailer titles in hand, ran 126mph with 280 Merc, 105 with present 225 modded Merc, originally raced by Krzyzanowski Karl in the 80’s sponsored by Hooters, hydraulic steering, hydraulic tilt and trim, gear box with cockpit gearshift, safety ignition and fuel pump driver lanyard, electric start, just tuned with new starter by Dane Michaels, 0-105 mph with no chine walk, straight as arrow, cruises80mph, low deck model, cruises at 8omph, 50;1 oil/fuel ratio, always ran non-ethanol, turn key ready to run lake/river racer, go fast cheap and outrun about everyone easily,bought for my 73rd birthday, too fast for me. Buford/Decatur-Emory, GA.-wife named it barcode cause it’s all white with black motor-new transom, stringers, gel coat
21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado
An outstanding example of a well cared-for classic; the Coronado is a very practical and enjoyable boat to own. Special attention to preserve originality throughout. Original white vinyl flooring, dash & instruments. Original desirable Chrysler 413 with freshly rebuilt Velvet Drive transmission. New interior by retired Century staff in 1984. Full hull restoration in 2010 with all structural repairs and 5200 bottom - including new planking and hard racing copper bronze paint. Column throttle modified prior to 1983, but very practical. Full Sunbrella "waterline" canvas storage cover. Original accessory transom ladder and spotlight. Boat never stored in water - always under-cover and on a lift. Trailer older but fully serviceable. Hull #M61-161. Same owner since 1983 and very well care-for.
14' Feet 1962 Michigan Fiberglass
This was a full restoration and is fully documented in 6 videos on the Lake n Sea web site. We have enjoyed the boat for 2 summers now since completion but have other project boats to make room for. Displayed at 2 ACBS shows and won best non-wood and best fiber classic. Seacast stringers and transom, composite floor, glass and body work as needed, interlux primer and perfection finish. Interior sprayed with Zolatone splatter paint and clear coat. Chrome plating by Graves in AL. Stainless dash insert and matching set of Airguide gauges. Steering wheel refinished and new upholstery with vintage pattern. Merc 500 was tuned and refinished. Heavy jack plate fabricated for long shaft use. Super Gator trailer was dismantled, media blasted, powder coated and assembled with stainless hardware. All documented on the videos. $19,750 OBO
25’ 10” Feet 1947 Original Design
‘Chub’, originally ‘Trio Dee’, is truly one of a kind! She was built in 1947 by L.E. (Earl) Fowler at Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Washington. She was built of reclaimed Port Orford cedar and oak. It would seem that the builder combined ideas and plans of different boats but it’s a bit unclear. The following is a direct quote from Earl Fowler found in a letter to Tom Thompson. “ I looked at all the designs in how to build 20 boats. It made me want to work again. At a quick glance ‘Serene’ resembles Chub but her plans were published in Rudder magazine in 1946, by a great lakes man named Wycough. There was just a picture and a table of offsets. A half section, the rest was all mine.” In 1958 she was sold to a marine surveyor in the SF Bay Area where she still resides today. Around 1969 Tom Thompson took possession and renamed her ‘Chub’ after a fish with a belly that resembles her hull. Tom owned her for 30 years. Afterward, she changed hands many times in 12 year period. I came into possession Halloween a 2012. Chub has been registered and active upon the water her entire life. She has been greatly cared for by numerous owners, myself being one of them. It is with great sadness that I create this post, it is so difficult to let her go. So much blood, sweat, and tears, and so much joy and laughter. Unfortunately, 2020 changed everything, and so it must be. Chub is a magical little boat and her story is long and wonderful, but for the sake of this posting I’ll keep it to the vitals. She’s a great all-around vessel for fishing, socializing, and towing. • Refastened below the waterline with stainless in 2000. • Hauled in 2014- bottom job, new prop, and Cutlass bearing. •. Hauled in 2017- bottom job, recaulked seams and re-powered. • Repowered in 2017 with a Volvo penta MD 17 C, 3cyl diesel w/low hours, excellent compression. Has awesome hydraulic drive. Plenty of extra parts- belts, filters, clamps, pumps, etc. • Raw water cooled but has had heat exchanger in the past. • New batteries, charger, bilge pump and float switch. Although her bilge has always been dry. • Wheel is from the USS Oregon, has wonderful little gypsy wood burning stove, and plenty of extra parts, fasteners and period pieces. As we all know a wooden boat’s work is never done, rather it’s an ongoing love affair. I’m looking for Chub’s new romance, the next situation, the next person or group of people that will keep her alive and moving about the water. And with that I leave you with another quote from Earl to Tom, “ I have built a number of boats for myself but Helen and I enjoyed Trio Dee/Chub more than all the others”. Any interested parties should feel free to contact me for further information.
18 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
The 18-foot split cockpit runabout was Gar Wood's answer to declining sales of his larger triple-cockpit boats during the Great Depression. The prototype of the new model was displayed at the National Boat Show in New York City in 1932, and "Que Sara" was one of 43 boats ordered at the show and the twenty-fifth hull built that year. Delivered to a Gar Wood dealer in Boston, she spent many decades on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, along the way receiving a more powerful Chrysler Super Crown 150. She arrived in the Thousand Islands in Upstate New York in 2002. A thorough upgrade in 2003 included two replaced bottom planks, refreshed paint and varnish, and new upholstery. "Que Sara" is in top condition and ready for a new owner to take her to her 100th birthday!
30 Feet 1991 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
A great example of a contemporary 30 foot Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit runabout. She has been under single ownership for the last 20 years and maintained to a very high degree. Equipped with a walk-thru between the first and second cockpits for ease of use while adding a social element to her design. The bottom was replaced by Hacker Craft in 2013 and a bow thruster was also added at this time. In the Spring of 2017, she was completely stripped and refinished. Boathouse-kept on a lift during the summer months. A custom trailer is also included. This triple is in fantastic condition and needs nothing!
22 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sportsman
Excellent opportunity to acquire a solid boat that could be used as is or restored to its original condition by the new owner. Bottom needs repair at the keel. Sides and transom overall in fair condition. Original chrome. Upholstery in good condition. Newer trailer in excellent condition and full cover. Engine compression test good. Boat has been in covered storage for approximately 5+ years.
17 Feet 1948 Century Resorter
This 1948 Century Resorter has had a full restoration done to her not too long ago (approximately 3 years) and has only had just a hand full hours since. The boat was given a new 5200 bottom, new sides and decks along with a new transom. Completely re wired, gauges have been restored, all the hardware has been re chromed along with all new upholstery, full water line mooring cover, Gray Marine "Phantom Six 125hp" dual carb engine has been completely rebuilt and she is sitting on a Ryan trailer that was built specifically to the boat. The boat is ready to take her new captain & crew out for an adventures.
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
Copperhead, a 1955 21 foot Chris Craft Capri with Hemi engine (reportedly only 6 built with the Hemi). The boat is restored to better than original. 5200 laminated side and deck with all original wood. 5200 bottom. Mahogany ceiling planks and mahogany dash. Hemi engine rebuilt at 300 hp. Instruments, carbs, generator, water pump, and voltage regulator all rebuilt. New wiring harness. New aluminum fuel tank with electric fuel pump and water separator. New propeller shaft and propeller. New rudder (larger than original for more responsive steering). Seat springs replaced with foam for cruising comfort. The original propeller, rudder, mechanical fuel pump and copper fuel lines will go with the boat.The boat is kept in a covered boat house on Lake Dora, Tavares, FL and is available for inspection and a run around the lake. Original Chrysler Hemi shop manuals included.
29 ft Feet 1953 Shepherd Express Cruiser
Maggie is Hull #5 (the last) of the 29ft series. Purchased in 1987. Many upgrades and repairs over the years but she now requires the original keel and bottom to be replaced. The boat is complete with original hardware and running engines. She was last shown at the 2018 Manotick Classic Boat Club Show in Rideau Ferry, ON with picture on their Facebook page.
19 Feet 2004 Simon Fletcher Runabout
RARE and ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS MAHOGANY RUNABOUT. Built in 2004/05 by renowned Pacific Northwest wooden boat builder Simon Fletcher. All the beauty and class of a 1930/40’s classic with only a fraction of the maintenance and troubles. A true work of art. Powered by a modern closed-cooled Volvo Penta fuel injected naturally aspirated V6 producing 225hp. Glassed over bottom eliminates the annual pre-soaking required for those old Chris-Crafts. Always kept under cover fully protected by a new (2021) Sunbrella Supreme to the waterline custom boat cover when not being enjoyed by her proud owners. She looks like new. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to own this beauty. Mr Fletcher only built a total of 52 of these boats in his long career. This is hull number 51. Learn more about Simon Fletcher and his creations here https://www.seattlepi.com/business/article/Works-of-art-float-out-of-shop-1142673.php Top quality EZ-Loader trailer in excellent condition is included in the sale.
14 Feet 1956 Aristocraft Torpedo
The "Y Knot" is a pristine antique racing boat with its original green windshield and all its spectacular ornamental hardware. On perfectly still mornings, this gorgeous antique craft glides across the water, as if floating on air. We dream of "Y Knot" mornings.
23' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Continental
Owner purchased boat out of a storage barn in 1998 where it had been for approximately 20 years. Boat has been stripped to wood twice - in 1998 and 2018 - and all plank screws replaced in 2018. New bottom planks in 2010. Traditional bottom otherwise requires soaking. Very desirable motor has just been reinstalled after rebuild. Boat will top at over 45mph with 10 adults seated on the calm waters of Lake Pend Oreille. Gauges rebuilt about 10 years ago. Owner getting too old to climb in and out and seriously considering a pontoon boat.
18 Feet 1953 Lyman Islander
A very popular and practical model, the 18' Lyman Islander features a dual side-steer configuration with lots of interior space. The current owner purchased the boat in 2011 and began the restoration, but moved on to other projects. She has been garage-kept and the sides have been braced to maintain shape. Boat is apart but everything is there in varying stages of restoration. Mahogany pieces are all serialized. Hull has a few areas that need attention but otherwise very solid. Gray Marine 100 motor will need a little work to get running.
28' Feet 1966 Lyman Sports Express Cruiser
This is a 100% complete and original Lyman Sports Express that needs some cosmetic and minor structural work to make it perfect. The floor boards are soft and should be replaced but all other wood appears OK. Superstructure needs varnish and refinish. Hull sides and bottom are good but need to be painted. Interior cabin spaces need freshening but are in otherwise good condition. Boat can be seen during normal hours by appointment; contact Antique Boat America (800-675-4089) to set up a showing. This boat is offered at a very reasonable price and will make a good winter project without breaking the bank.
20 Feet 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility
A Canadian classic, this 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility features a "no-soak" bottom and a complete cosmetic renewal in the past few months. She was stripped and re-varnished, her floor and sidewalls cleaned and her upholstery replaced in a close-match to her original 2-tine dove blue and cream interior. Her 135 HP Buchanan engine (with a closed-loop cooling system) has a re-built carburator, new points/condenser/sparks/wires, and a new battery. She sports port-side steering, all period-style gauges, a cool, raked transom and art-deco inspired hardware. Bimini top and nicely fitted trailer included.
18' Feet 1952 Chris-Craft Riviera
Mostly original-condition 1952 Riviera with a "no-soak," bottom for easy maintenance. Major restoration in 2001 included complete caulking and inside-and-out epoxy sealing of the bottom, sanding and fresh varnish on the tops and sides, re-upholstered seats in hunter green, and overhaul of the original 131 HP KBL straight-six engine and three carburetors. Added new gas tank and fuel lines thereafter. The boat and engine have less than 2 hours of run-time since the major work 20 years ago! Both boat and trailer have been stored in a climate-controlled garage.
17 Feet 1968 Century Resorter
This is the Last wooden resorter to leave the Century Boat Company. This is verified by the hull number and and through the century boat club. This boat features a complete restoration including a 5200 bottom done to the waterline, hull sides were stripped and refinished to perfection. The front deck is Vinyl which has been replaced, the beck Deck is wood and has been stripped and refinished with caulk seams as shown in the pictures. All Upholstery and chrome has been redone. Features a custom dash board with Faria Antique Style Gauges as well as a custom cutwater make this boat really stunning. The Interceptor V8 has been rebuilt and has 120 hours and is now over 400 HP. Comes with a full waterline mooring cover and a custom built Eagle Trailer. This boat is stunning, fast, original and is the last of the woodies.
21 Feet 1988 Century Coronado
An excellent Century Coronado with relatively low hours. Engine runs great, the boat is in need of some cosmetics. The floor is soft. Double axel trailer included with new tires and winch. Includes and bimini, tonneau, and mooring cover.
16 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat
One of only 250 Chris Craft 16' Ski Boats and only built for the 1962 production year. This example is very original but has been nicely restored. Her original 283cid Chris Craft engine has been rebuilt and has very low hours. Original gold and aligator tolex interior, original Nautolex flooring. The bottom is in very good condition and very clean, as-pictured. The fuel tank has been replaced with an aluminum tank as well. This is a very tidy example that has been in the water for the 2021 season.
15 Feet 1953 Lyman Runabout
Fully restored 1953 Lyman Runabout Boat 15ft 18HP 1957 Fastwin Evinrude. Looks great, runs great! Perfect for swimming, fishing and cruising. Includes refurbished trailer, new seat cushions, refurbished 6 gallon day tank, new paint and original decals on the motor box.
22 Feet 1946 Hacker Craft Utility
A beautiful example built by Hacker Craft in 1946, this 22 Utility model has been nicely restored and maintained to a high degree. 3M 5200 no-soak bottom, Chrysler Royal straight-8 cylinder engine with low hours, Paragon hydraulic transmission, maintained by Van Dam boats. Very practical s-cockpit design with 2/3 second seat ahead of the engine. Iva Lite spotlight. A custom tandem axle trailer is also included.
26 Feet 1967 Lyman Sleeper
A popular and practical model, the Lyman Sleeper is spacious and great for entertaining in any weather. This example was totally restored in 2011 and also features a 350 Mercruiser Ski Magnum enigne that was installed at the time of restoration. A custom-built Searra tandem axle trailer is included in the sale. Equipped with custom bimini top and side curtains.
19 Feet 1976 Century Arabian
This 19' Century Arabian was finished just last year and is ready for a new home. -Recently restored, with all receipts. -Blueprinted, built out Chrysler 440 engine with about 60 hours on it. -Engine was upgraded and Dyno’s at 475 hp to the fly wheel, with 555 ft-lbs of torque. Built by AMS racing. All receipts and specs available. -15k in engine receipts alone. -Brand new upholstery -Synthetic teak flooring -Brand new subflooring/stringers -New instruments -New steering system -New throttle -Bluetooth stereo Too much to list -Clean CA title for Boat and Trailer -Needs rudder to be repaired, slightly bent -Needs new electric choke
18' Feet 1955 Chris Craft Holiday
For Sale 1955, 18ft Chris Craft Holiday H-18-091. The boat was renovated in 2015 (2011-2015). Damaged ribs were replaced with White Oak, and hull with Mahogany. The motor was replaced with a 260 HP MerCruiser, new transmission and drive shaft. The instruments have been replaced to fit the new engine. Extras include the original gear driven tachometer and oil gage. Deck hardware is all original. The bottom is a swell bottom (boat needs to sit in water for the wood to swell). The boat has been in the water being used on the Congamond Lakes for the last 5 years.
22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Hardtop Utility
Completely restored with new 5200 bottom done by Resort Boat Shop in Coure D'laene Idaho. New custom built trailer, custom waterline cover. She has been repowered with a Gray Marine Fireball 140 which pushes the boat along nicely.
22 Feet 1937 W.J. Johnston Triple Cockpit Runabout
Built by W.J. "Billy" Johnston in 1937, this 22 footer features a triple cockpit design. Johnston is best-known for inventing the Disappearing Propeller Boat (Dispro) and went on to build a handful of boats in his own shop each year. Mahogany planking over white oak frames. This is an older restoration that has seen regular use until recent years. The bottom was painted 2 years ago and varnish was freshened up 5 years ago. Always maintained as-need. Transom frames, stem, many bottom planks, and transom previously replaced. The original Kermath engine runs well and has good compression. The boat has lived in a boathouse for the last 25+ years, so no trailer is included.
26 feet 1986 Crown Point Sailing Dory
This 26ft Crown Point Sailing Dory was built by expert craftsman Emerson Willard of Wilmington, North Carolina. The Crown Point design is a modern take on the Classic Dory. Built from plywood and covered in fiberglass, Emerson handcrafted these boats by himself with his small sawmill and workshop. The stern has cavity for an outboard motor. Currently powered with a Mercury 210 c.c. outboard. She is in need of some cosmetic restoration at this time but believed to be all complete.
18 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman Deluxe
Purchased from and restored by the Mertaugh family in Hessel Michigan in 1991. Garage kept since by the same owner and still in near show condition. No soak laminated bottom, 12 volt electrical system, rebuilt carb and new fuel tank and lines. Beautiful varnish and custom trailer.
16'4' Feet 1937 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
This barn find was brought back to life and beauty through a careful restoration, Sides, transom and decks were completely stripped, restained and finished with 12 coats of varnish. The bottom was removed and replaced using West System epoxy and is now a "no-soak" bottom. The engine was rebuilt. She sits on a solid trailer. Priced to sell at almost half the price of other boats of this model.
34 Feet 1938 Phillip Rhodes Lake One
I purchased the boat as a project thinking that I could handle the upkeep when I completed the restoration. Unfortunately, with what I have going on in life right now I am unable to keep up with it. It is a wooden hull.. However, it was injected with a fiberglass protectant so that the hull will last for many years to come as long as it is cared for. A few new planks were put in and the sails are in good condition. It is structurally sound and the engine is operational.
25 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman Sedan
Fully restored boat by highly rated wood boat restorer. Won best preserved boat at the ACBS International Show in 2011. The Scripps engine has gone through a full rebuild and is like new. The boat had the bottom refastened bottom bedded is sika flex and requires almost no soaking before use. Nothing on the boat has been overlooked. The boat is in excellent condition today and could be a show boat or a great family boat.
24 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Sportsman
This boat began its life as a Deluxe Utility and was delivered to a dealer in St. Albans Vermont in 1939. In 1983-84 the boat was modified by the Turcotte Brothers to a 24 Sportsman with the double cockpit forward of the engine. The chrome was done by a Custom Metal Restoration shop that regularly send its cars to Pebble Beach. In 2013, a new cold molded triple planked bottom was installed over a new keel, chines, bottom, frames and stringers. The boat is powered by a 350 V-8 260 HP Marine Power engine which has been professionally winterzied and serviced every year. The boat is a very comfortable gorgeous looking boat that easily accommodates 4-5 people ahead of the engine and 2-4 more in folding chairs or on the engine box. With her high freeboard, she performs very well in rough water.
30 Feet 1994 Hacker Craft Runabout
Very clean 30' Hacker with low hours. In 2014 Fish Brother built a new boat blank for the boat. The old boat was disposed of and all the old hardware and engine were put onto the now new boat. The interior was replaced at that time. The boat has had very little use since.
22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental
Completely restored boat with 5200 no soak bottom. The restoration included New bottom 5200 with acumi plywood and new planks, Gas tank sand blasted and coated. New sensor RPM gauge and fuel gauge rebuilt by Kocian Oil and battery gauge works. Temp gauge not working Original MBL ChrisCraft motor. Head milled and new head gasket Runs great. Rebuilt carb 8 coats of varnish on deck 12 coats on sides. Stern pole with glass globe Leather interior, Original Chrome Missing beauty ring around rear lift ring. Motor box has crack on top. New cover that goes to waterline. Trailer: Double axle with surge brake, good tires. Repaired rear port corner of splash rail. Repaired spot light New battery Fuel/water seperator filter installed
11’8” Feet 1930-1950 Easdale
This is an unusual wooden skiff built by Easdale on the Russian River in Northern California. They were in business from the 1920’s through 1950 or so when the yard burned down. I’ve seen one other in the Santa Rosa historical society museum. This one is original canvas over redwood and Port Orford cedar. White oak keel, transom, inwales and outwales. Re painted and re varnished in 2020.
16 Feet 2005 Quessy Canoe
A well built Canadian lightweight Kevlar Canoe built in Quebec. Only used 3 times. Comes with life jackets and 2 paddles. Some minor damage on one end, but only cosmetic.
17' 6" Feet 1971 Sea Ray SRV 180
Boat is in excellent condition. Current owner is #2 and has owned the boat since 1972. All original. Very little use. Store for decades in a climate-controlled storage building.
22 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff Ranger
Responsive, nimble, and excellent sea keeping, open water Chris-Craft with clean bilge. Over all in excellent condition. Rebuilt Chris-Craft "M" 130 hp flat head 6 cylinder engine with 14 hours; new Stewart-Warner gauges and new wiring. New cushions and drapery in V-berth and stand-up galley and head. Sea worthy with restoration 85% complete. Rehab done so far: hull and bottom painted, cabin sides and deck painted, new marine plywood deck boards with paint, new glassed foredeck with paint, varnished exterior mahogany. Unfinished: interior varnish rehab. Stored inside, boat stands available. Dual axle trailer.
24 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Semi-Enclosed Cruiser
Only 160 Chris Craft Semi-Enclosed 24 foot Cruisers were built between 1956 an 1957. A desirable and practical configuration, the Semi-Enclosed offers a nicely ventilated sedan top for all-weather protection, and ample open-air seating in the aft area. This example lived in Lake George, NY for most of its life and was under single-ownership for many years. Well maintained and used for a few months each season. "Shelving Rocker" was donated to the Antique Boat Museum 3 years ago and is now being offered for sale. All proceeds from the sale of the boat will benefit the ABM and its many programs. There is no trailer included in the sale of the boat, but transport is available or the boat could be transferred on to another trailer locally. The current trailer may also be used for local transport.
17' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Cavalier
Cosmetic Restoration including fresh varnish and bottom paint done in 2018. Varnish is show quality. New Uphlolstery, and Flooring. Engine was gone through by Northern Marine in Clayton and upgraded to 12 volt in 2018 and runs very strong. This boat looks great and needs nothing. Sea Trials are available for serious buyers.
18.5 Feet 1941 Murray Wright
Murray Wright Rampage day sailor, 41, solid clinch-nailed mahogany and cedar boat. Elongated version of the popular K-Boat. Wright built only 6 of these boats, for friends and family, two were lost in a barn fire, and the three others are held by the Finger Lakes Boating Museum. Restored completely, ready to sail. Boat is 18.5 feet with a main mast of 28-29 feet. All original, all components stamped 41. A very rare boat. New custom made sail by Jon Greiner, also 41, restored trailer, 6 hp long shank Evenrude motor, recently serviced. All bronze hardware (that was TOUGH to find)! Many other items of sailing equipment included--a complete captain's bag. Ready to launch. Must see in person! Considering best offers. I bought this boat when I was going through some tough times. Working on the boat with my pop was one of my few pleasures. We remade the interior out of cherry, stripped it all down, recaulked it, refinished it, and I think we did a really good job on it. Epifanes on the deck & hull, Tonkinois on the interior. Rubberized calk. Unfortunately, now that it's more or less complete, I no longer have the time to sail it!
16 Feet 1930 Dodge Runabout
The owner and her husband discovered this beautiful 16-foot Dodge runabout in a barn as newlyweds some 60 years ago. Within three years the hull was restored and the Gray Marine engine rebuilt. Lightly used, she remains in excellent condition and has been out of the water for four years. She comes with an easy-to-move single axle trailer. The boat is in great shape and is a rare example of Dodge's Marine Division.
17 Feet 1973 Boston Whaler Cohasset
This freshwater only 17' Cohasset (similar to the Montauk) has an added mahogany helm seat, new cushions, new helm cover and trailer cover, and a 2011 90hp Evinrude. A new custom swim platform comes with the boat but requires installation. With some blemishes this Whaler is a great user boat that will last forever! Comes atop a 2002 Aluminum American single axel trailer.
18 Feet 1990 Cobia Spirit
1990 Cobia fiberglass cuddy-cabin day cruiser. Current owner purchased the boat in 2017 and installed new I/O bellows. The Cobia was last in the water in 2015.
30 Feet 2017 Belle Isle Bearcat Replica
This boat is an exact “replica” of a 1925 Belle Isle Super Bearcat – 30’ foot triple cockpit runabout. There are FOUR “original” 1925 - 30’ footers known to exist. This boat is a fifth “tribute” boat. The boat is constructed of “all new” Honduras mahogany with “real ebony-wood” inlay in the deck seams. It comes with 95% of the hardware and a cradle that fits the boat. The boat is waiting to be stained the color choice of the new owner. The hard work is done. Now, it’s a matter of assembly, finishing, varnishing, etc. Note: Price reflects a substantial discount from owners investment to build the boat and bring it to its current state. Dare to own something a little different. You won’t see many like this one on your lake.
23 Feet 1966 Century Coronado
The boat started out as a 1966 Coronado - 21' footer. It has now been "stretched" to a 23' footer. The "no soak" 5200 bottom, hull-sides and decks are all new. The Chrysler 440 has been completely rebuilt. The very attractive "one year only" original blue interior is new. The carpet, gauges, fuel tank, ladder and stern pole are all "as-new." The chrome hardware is all there and shiny. The tandem trailer has new bunks, tires, brakes, lights, etc. It fits the boat perfectly. The boat runs out very smoothly now that it is two feet longer. Put it in the water... and go!
19 Feet 1968 Century Resorter
In 1968 Century Boat Co. built a total of twelve 19' Resorters out of wood. This is hull #12. It was the last one built before the change over to fiber glass in 1969. In 2020, the bottom was professionally replaced with a new 5200 bottom. A fully rebuilt Chryler 426 big block was installed... as well as a new A & A interior in the correct factory colors.The tandem trailer fits the boat and is in excellent condition, too. The boat is priced well below the owner's restoration costs... so, give this one a good look. It's a bargain! Put it in the water... and, go for a boat-ride.
19 Feet 1976 Century Arabian
This is probably one of the nicest fiberglass Arabians in the country. She was in the ACBS show in Stockton in July of 2021 and used regularly. Engine , heads are new and compression is solid with no smoke and lots of power. She starts right up easily and runs strong. I have every receipt from the day the boat was purchased new including original sales receipt. New within the last 5 years: Stringers, transom work, paint, upholstery, vinyl, double axle aluminum trailer with torsion axles and stainless disc brakes, teak swim platform, wiring, Faria gauges including GPS speedometer, dash, distributor rebuild with Pertronix Ignition, optima battery, rebuilt transmission and V-Drive and tranny plate, Indy heads, fuel pump, starter, new entire raw water pump, thermostat, alternator, fuel lines, Edelbrock carb, coil, plug wires, exhaust manifold gaskets and studs, strut cutlass bearing, packing gland hose and packing, steering cable, rudder packing o-rings, strainer, flush pro, new white oak engine mounts with stainless lags, couplings, silicone hoses, coolers, pressure lines, cover, new beefed up seat boxes with mahogany faces, vapor alarm, dash compass, Kenwood Bluetooth stereo with speakers, compass, depth sounder, new teak floor grates, blower, bilge pump, side windows…That’s all I can think of right now but there is probably more. Boat comes with a complete spare transmission and V-Drive.
28 ft Feet 1966 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Cruise in comfort and elegance on your own 28 ft Chris Craft Sea Skiff. Raised on these classic lapstrake runabouts on Cape Cod in the 60s I was lucky enough to find one locally about 10 years ago here on Lake Champlain. At that time I had some delayed maintenance done by Snake Mountain Boatworks in Weybridge, VT and have done most annual repairs and painting myself since then. Upholstery upgrades over the years and all new canvas in 2018 (including a custom backdrop) make for warm and comfortable fall foliage lake tours. This boat is not in perfect condition but has been well-cared for and very dependable. Includes an all aluminum Load Rite trailer.
21 Feet 1984 Century Coronado
Nice solid Coronado that runs great. Was in the water in 2020. Recently buffed and interior cleaned. Driver's seat bottom restitched and the interior is in pretty good shape aside from one small tear in the aft seat bottom. Missing one small piece of gunnel trim and we are looking for a replacement. Sea trials are available to serious buyers. The original Mercruiser 454cid, 340hp engine has fairly low hours and runs excellent. No trailer, but transportation is available and gantries available on site to load onto your trailer if desired.
30 Feet 1927 Hutchinson
Very rare John L Hacker-designed Hutchinson with a long history in the Thousand Islands and Muskoka Lakes. Hutchinson-built Triple Cockpit Runabouts were known for their speed and hull style as they were designed not to level off as their speed increased, making the hull more stable on the choppy waters. Twin boats "Go-Getter" and "Vagabond King" were delivered in 1927 to twin boys who raced them in the Thousand Islands against all takers. "Go-Getter" became "Lazy Lady" for a subsequent owner. She went through a thorough and detailed restoration in 2000-2002, including replacement of the traditional bottom, framing, upholstery, wiring, fuel tank and floors. Engine upgraded to rebuilt 454 in 2002. Varnish updated in 2020. Last in the water and operating in the summer of 2020, "Lazy Lady" is in top condition and ready for a new owner to take her into her second 100 years.
26 Feet 1948 Hutchinson Sport Utility
The Royal Lady was purchased by Win Gurney, A Pontiac dealer in Syracuse with a home on Cherry Island. The boat was originally named Win Lee. The current owners family purchased the boat from Gurney in 1976 and re-named it Royal Lady in honor of Royal Lalonde from Hutchinson Boat Works, who took care of the boat for many years and had a deep love and appreciation for wooden boats. She has been kept in the same boathouse since relocating to Round Island in 1976. Though she has received a few upgrades including a replaced engine, and hand carved wooden scoops, this boat remains largely original and in excellent condition and one of the best known examples of the popular and attractive post-war 26ft Utilities. One of the best features of this design by Glen Furness was the hard chine that was integrated into its traditional round hull, improving the boats stability but preserving its smooth ride. Being an expensive boat to produce Hutchinson only produced a few of these hulls each year, making the 26ft Utility rare and quite desirable.
10 Feet 1950(?) Custom-Built Dory
Custom-built Nova Scotia-style dory of unknown origin and age. Beautiful craftsmanship and finish on this classic rowboat. Well-kept, ready for the water (and can be fitted with a small outboard motor, if desired).
13 Feet 1952 Lyman Ideal Tender
Impeccably maintained, sturdy and solid Lyman Ideal Tender, a great rowboat or, when outfitted with a period-correct motor, a great boat for fishing or puttering around the lake or river. Varnished interior seats and trim with painted floorboards and sideplanks.
1960 17' Chris Craft Ski Boat
Refinished in and out in 2014 including new upholstery. Engine runs great and the original bottom soaks up really well and require no maintenance. One piece of the floor board is missing right behind the engine box. This is a small piece that could be cut from new wood very easily. This boat is ready to use right now. Comes with on a nice bunk trailer with new tires and bearing buddies.
23 ft Feet 1958 Lyman Utility
Barrel back. Hull E1304. Professional restoration .Bright work flawless. Shore power. Mooring cover and full cover top up. In water being used.
19’ Feet 1974 Chris Craft XK-19
She was restored in 2006 - new everything. The motor was freshened up in 2019 along with the OMC outdrive unit. Trailer was built for her in 2007. When the engine was rebuilt, the 7-fin LT-1 valve covers were misplaced.
31 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Trunk Cabin Cruiser
One of only 30 hulls produced in this model during the early Depression years. Double carved planked mahogany hull, mahogany interior, and mahogany superstructure finished bright. Complete restoration in 2001. Repowered with a Gray Marine 6-cylindert engine, serial number K4281.
19 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
Fully restored boat done by Antique Boat Center in Cincinnati in 2009 Bottom is no soak cold molded plywood was done prior to ownership. no leaks and is very strong. A rebuilt original style Chris Craft Model MBL was installed by Antique Boat Center in 2018. All Chrome and upholstery has been done. New Electrical system on motor, new fuel tank and fuel lines. new Throttle Cable. Was in the water in 2020 and is strong running fun boat. Comes with a new sunbrella full mooring cover. and a beautiful sea hawk trailer underneath it. The trailer is 100% ready for the road. Tires are good. A good price for this package.
14 Feet 1960 Cadillac Coronado
I have completely restored the boat. The upholstered dashboard and seats make it quite unique for an aluminum hull boat.
12 Feet 1951 Penn Yan Decked Trailboat
1951 Penn Yan "decked" Trailboat with controls. As new wood, canvas, all original brass hardware, oak oars. Wonderful boat ready to be enjoyed and shown. Excellent vintage 15hp Evinrude plus a near new 9.8 Mercury 4 stroke with electric start and remote controls. Small trolling motor and a new deep cell battery also included. Original sales brochure.
14' Feet 1958 Glen L Designed
Bought and assembled by current owner in 1958 from Montgomery Ward Catalog. Very well maintained over the years. Used lightly and stored indoors when not in use. Hull is very sound and doesn't leak a drop. Painted hull sides and varnished decks are in excellent condition. This boat needs nothing. Ready to enjoy. Motor Runs great
19 ft Feet 1940 Chris-Craft Barrel Back
1940 19ft Chris-Craft Custom Barrel Back project condition needs complete restoration,this boat has been stored indoors for the past 35 years,Chris-Craft M 130 hp engine,all deck hardware original and included,seats are missing,Florida vessel title and registration,Very rare boat the Barrel Back is one of the most sought after of all Chris-Craft Antique Boats.
18' Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This 1942 18’ Chris Craft Deluxe Utility was one of the last peacetime boats delivered; sent to Bennett Boat Company in New York six weeks before Pearl Harbor, and was registered as a 1942 model year. The 18’ Deluxe Utility ran for three model years, from 1940 to 1942 and 408 hulls were built. Less than 10% of the hulls were built with the unique wood frame windshield. I have only been able to document 5 surviving 18’ models with the wood framed windows so this example is somewhat special. This boat went through a complete restoration in 2010 by a well-known classic boat restorer that included a new, no-soak 5200 bottom, a new stainless fuel tank, electrical system changed to 12v, the gauges rebuilt, the decking was replaced, the upholstery was replaced and the interior planking stripped and finished. She is powered by her original “K” engine (95 HP) and transmission as delivered in October of 1941. The engine was rebuilt as part of the 2010 restoration. The unique feature of this model is the ventilating windshield. Most boats have solid windshields to keep you out of the wind, but occasionally it is nice to have a breeze. The front windows push open as much or as little as desired. A snap on top was added at restoration to add shade or keep you dry in a sudden rainfall. In 2019 through 2021 the boat went through a restoration update by another professional restorer in Idaho. Work included building a new transom with new matching wood, stripping and taking all side planking down to bare wood, new wood fit into plank gaps and filled with West System epoxy, all new bronze fasteners, new splash rails, re-stained and finished with 7 coats of varnish plus new bottom paint. I have the restoration documentation. This boat is in excellent condition. She won Best Utility at the 2019 Payette Lake ACBS Boat Show and in 2020 was judged Best Pre-War Chris Craft Utility in the Chris Craft Antique Boat Club virtual boat show. She is complete with a custom waterline cover built in 2021, a restored period brass fire extinguisher and a custom-built dual axel Coastline trailer. In the water on Payette Lake in McCall, ID if additional photos or test is desired. Cold start video is at: https://youtu.be/RGowW9r6qDo An end of season run video on Payette Lake is at: https://youtu.be/Xbwd0NA3Ly0
30 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Constellation
3rd owner. Boat house kept first 30 years. Teak decks. Out out water last 15 years and stored inside
17 Feet 1949 Chris-Craft Special Runabout
Began her days on the Oneida Lake near Syracuse, NY. In later years she spent most of her time on the St. Lawrence River in Alexandria Bay. Her original owner summered on Ina Island, one of the 1000 Islands. He passed away several years ago, and we purchased "Poppy" from his son , and enjoyed her from #9 Island, also in Alexandria Bay. We are getting ready to retire, and unfortunately our children are not interested in a wooden boat. There loss, since there's nothing like the smooth ride of one!!! She is in excellent condition overall with a rebuilt engine Model K engine. Just add water!
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman
New bottom, sides and decks replanked over marine plywood. Rebuilt MBL engine. New Rayco tank. Turn Key ready to go with dual axle trailer.
22 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
One of 1,500 Chris Craft 22' Sea Skiffs built between 1954 and 1959. A popular and roomy model that has lots of cockpit space and a social layout. Fresh water use and boathouse-stored. The original Chris Craft Model-K 95hp engine has good compression and runs well. She sits on a 1997 Shore Land'r tandem axle bunk trailer. New storage cover, original convertible top, and cushions. Paint and varnish and in good condition overall.
17' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Cavalier Utility
This is a show quality Cavalier with a full cosmetic restoration in 2018 with 14 coats of varnish, 3 coats of bottom paint, New Flooring, New Upholstery, and gauges restored. This was boat was last in the water in Sept of 2019 at the International Boat Show in Alexandria Bay. She is a turn key boat. The KBL engine was rebuilt many years ago but only has 30 hours since rebuild. A tune up on the engine including points, condenser and carb clean including fuel filter was done in 2018. This boat is very fast with this engine. This is a perfect boat to for water sports and is very easy to handle. Comes on a great shorelandr trailer that has new tires and bearing buddies. Ready for the road.
16 Feet 1966 Alpex Sea Aira
For sale is this beautiful 1966 Alpex with a 1972 Mercury 115HP (Tower of Power), and power trim. Alpex was the fiberglass side of Aluma Craft. It is in excellent condition with only minor flaws (it's 55 years old). Interior carpet and upholstery are like new. Floor was completely restored several years ago and replaced with marine plywood, new seat brackets, and floor vents. Fiberglass inside and out are very nice. Canvas and eisenglass are new and in perfect condition. Windshield was custom made and new about five years ago. Lights, horn, tach & speedo all work. This was my dad's boat and he purchased new back in 1966. It has never been stored outdoors, always winterized and stored in our heated basement at the cabin. Always covered and under a canopy on the lift. I had the motor rebuilt about seven years ago. Motor could use some paint but I always liked the original patena and battle scars from my youth. Original gas cans, auto bilge pump, new battery. All original paperwork, brochures, owners manual, and motor rebuild receipts available. This is a one owner survivor. Original Spartan trailer was sandblasted, repainted, new tires, new spare, new trailer jack.
18 Feet 1953 Lyman
Major Restoration Work Recently Completed: 11 new hull planks. All new ribs stem to stem (steam bent white oak). Replaced section of keel from knee to amidship (white oak). Completely new mahogany transom. New mahogany plywood deck. New white oak rub rails. New mahogany windshield w/safety glass. All hardware totally rechromed. Engine, transmission, driveshaft, strut/cutless bearings all totally rebuilt. Dripless shaft log installed. New Custom Fuel Tank installed. All new gauges and converted to 12 volt system. AGM battery. New hull paint w/copper bronze bottom paint. All new Custom Upholstery. Many coats of varnish. Lyman is pristine throughout. The Lyman has a Professional Marine Survey for $25,000. (insurance)
17 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
One of Chris Craft's most popular runabout models, a total of 1,880 Deluxe Runabouts between 1946 and 1950. This example is in nice overall condition and has been owned by her current owner for many years. Powered by a peppy Chris Craft tri-carb KBL engine, she moves along well.
19 Feet 1938 Chris Craft
Flyin’ By is a 1938 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward Custom Runabout powered by her original Chris-Craft Model LC (146 HP) flathead 6 engine with twin Zenith carburetors. (Her original block was replaced at some point along the way as well a matching exhaust manifold). Her hull number is 48264. She was delivered to her first owners in Detroit, MI on August 12 1937 and then subsequently sold to a family in Bloomfield Hills, MI in 1960 where she was enjoyed on Michigan’s Lake St. Clair until 2016 when she was purchased and brought to Lake Champlain in VT for her preservation and numerous upgrades noted below. Flyin’ By is a very unique boat and she is mostly original other than the typical safety and convenience upgrades to keep her and her crew safe. Upgrades are as follow: automatic bilge pump, original 6v electrical system was upgraded to 12v, Fireboy Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing system and a Fireboy M-1 Gasoline Fume Detector (installed 2017), new water intake pump (2019), True 3M 5200 bottom (completed 2019), transmission rebuilt by Robert Henkel (July 2019), leather seats reupholstered (1980 and July 2021). She comes with a custom fit Sea Lion tandem axel trailer with 6 bunks and brakes (spare tire) and a custom fit canvas mooring cover suitable for trailering. She’s ready to go with her original "Chris Craft" flag mounted on her bow and an American flag mounted aft of the engine compartment as well as dock lines and 3 custom embroidered fenders for docking.
14 Feet 1970 DeSilva C-Service Runabout
Owned and campaigned by Bobby Bolton from Texarkana. Bobby was a very strong competitor and had many wins with his boats. This setup is the way Bobby left it when he was finished with his racing career. Three (3) engines are alcohol-fueled and all have compression; two are Speedy Twins and the third is of unknown origin. There are various props and lower units, tools, books etc. APBA-campaigned. Includes every thing you see plus the custom trailer (has new tires very road worthy).
33 feet Feet 1978 Carver Mariner
33’ CARVER Mariner 1978 - Original Owners. Freshwater vessel. Stored indoors and heated winters. Recent improvements include addition of new electronic ignition to the twin Crusader 270hp engines. Air conditioner with reverse heat. Kohler 7.5kw generator. The Carver 33' Mariner provides a significant interior space. It has ample room in the main salon and dinette area for a large family with their guest and is able to sleep five owners and guests. This spacious vessel has a full galley just off of the salon. The forward state room easily accommodates two adults with its own private entrance to the head and enclosed shower on board. Access to the fully enclosed fly bridge is available through either the main cabin or from the aft cockpit. The fly bridge includes expansive seating that can be converted to a full-size sun mattress.
65 Feet 2008 Custom Built
The Phoenicia is a replica of a Phoenician galley based on the Jules Verne 7 wreck dated to 600 BC. She was built in the ancient way (plank first) and from timbers available in ancient times. She was built as a vessel for experimental archaeology and recreated in 200-2010 the voyage that Herodotus says the Phoenicians made around Africa in 600 BC. In 2019-20 she undertook the Phoenicians Before Columbus Expedition from Carthage (Tunisia) to the Americas. She is the only vessel of her type in the world and has been featured in many articles and books. She is a piece of world history and had been used for exhibitions and educational purposes when not sailing. Having sailed the Atlantic in 2020 she is in reasonable condition but like any wooden boat she does need some work on her.
22 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
One of the most popular and successful models of Chris Craft offered following WWII, the U-22 Sportsman was a perfect blend of form and function. A roomy boat at 22 feet in length, she could accommodate passengers comfortably and perform well, all the same. This example has been fully reconstructed using modern methods and materials, very similar to methods used by contemporary wooden boat builders during new-construction. These methods are designed to extend maintenance intervals, while maintaining traditional appears from the exterior. This also shortens and virtually eliminates pre-season prep and makes the boat very easy to own and service. The Chris Craft 283cid V8 engine has been rebuilt and offers easy starting and reliability. New Edelbrock carburetor 2021. She will push the boat comfortably. Sold complete with a custom cover. Needs nothing and is ready to enjoy this season!
20 Feet 1967 Penn Yan
Clean, well-maintained wood Penn Yan utility, one of the last wooden power boats produced by the company in its 80-year history. This 20-foot model has unblemished upholstery, gleaming woodwork and spotless floor covering. She's been out of the water for 6 years but the engine will run smartly and the hull is ready to go.
12 Feet Richardson (RILCO) Aqua Craft
Exquisitely maintained Richardson Aqua Craft wooden sailing dinghy with gleaming woodwork and smartly painted rudder and keel board. Comes with two oars, mast and all rigging. Just hoist the sail and away you go!
14 Feet 1930 Thompson
Thompson Bros. Boat Mfg. Co. was the largest builder of outboard boats in the world in the 1920s, and this example of an inboard model is impeccable. Powered by a single cylinder, 4-cycle "Iron Horse" engine manufactured by Johnson Motor Co., Waukegan, IL (yes, that Johnson), she will putt along nicely for a relaxing cruise on a calm, sunny day or an early morning fishing expedition. All of her surfaces are clean and gleaming with no discernible imperfections or issues. She comes with a lightweight, two-wheeled trailer, two oars and a full canvas storage cover.
22 Feet 1954 Shepherd Runabout
Shepherd boats are well-known for their strong construction and dry ride in rough conditions. This 22 footer has been under single ownership for 30 years and went through a comprehensive restoration by Butson Boats in the 1990's, which included a bottom replacement, full refinish, and a custom interior. She has been in indoor storage for the last few years and her varnish, chrome, upholstery, etc are still in very nice condition. Equipped with the quintessential Shepherd dual spotlights on the curved windshield. Well-powered with a Chrysler Crown, dual-carburetor M47S engine with a 12V system. A nice older restoration that has been well-kept!
26 Feet 2017 Custom Minncraft Summit 26
A custom designed 1 of 1 hull, made to embody classic and collectible style with modern technology and electronics with a chic and comfortable interior. Well powered by a 5.7 Mercruiser. This vintage-styled Summit 26 was conceived with the idea to craft a collector’s showpiece. Hand crafted, custom designed, luxury runabout featuring the finest boat building materials available, along with the latest integrated technology. The founder of Minncraft Boatworks said in a press release in 2016, “Indulgences abound— designed for the soul of a maritime connoisseur, we have integrated technology and contemporary embellishments with the spirit of timeless nautical legacy." The 26-footer boasts a hand-planked wood composite hull with white oak frames, cold-molded bottom and hull sides with a solid mahogany and teak top layer finished with fiberglass encapsulation, a teak cockpit sole and a blueprinted bottom. The sporboat’s interior features Phillip Cato-designed upholstery. There are some minor cosmetic blemishes on the topsides that will need attention in the future, as highlighted in the photos.
20 Feet 1965 Grady White Pacific
This is a true original boat. Currently owned by the original owner. The engine and boat have 40 original hours on them. Always stored indoors and it shows. For being original paint and varnish and obviously faded over the years it is really in excellent shape. Absolutely no rot, surveys welcome. This is a boat that is ready to use this year. The motor has a brand new electrical system and new water pump and was run on land last year. It starts right up and is ready to go. Own this incredible big water boat for little money.
17’ Feet 2018 Shipwright Custom Yacht Interiors
‘’AFTER FIVE’’ is a 17’ mahogany runabout built by Shipwright Thomas Noeker in Key West, Fl. Delivered in 2018 she is powered by a Yahama 90 HP with only 7.3 hours and factory warranty to Feb. 14, 2025. This vintage styled beauty was donated to Youth Sailing Foundation in Vero Beach, Florida with proceeds of the sale going to support our efforts to teach sailing to any child for no cost. ‘’AFTER FIVE’’ is equipped with Yamaha tilt and Sea Star vertical jack lift plus Lenco trim tabs. There are six deck lockers and a large built in cooler. All deck fittings retract for a flat deck and are push button pop-ups. Led running lights, life jackets, fire extinguisher, and lines. Continental trailer is also 2018. WE CAN DELIVER THIS BOAT.
23' Feet 1988 Sea Ox Cuddy Sport Fish
Once used by USCG and US Fish and Wildlife, Sea Ox Boats are known to heavy and well built! Second owner vessel with very low overall hours and a new 4.3 Vortec engine installed with closed cooling system in 2000, w/376 hours. Owned and maintained by accomplished Boat/Porsche mechanic. Trim tabs, cabin heater, live wells, full eeisen glass cockpit helm, rebuilt Alpha One outdrive. Very light on fuel consumption. 24 knots at 2800 rpm's on plane cruising. All winters indoor storage. Newer tires and brakes on trailer.
25' Feet 1966 Lyman Sleeper
This boat underwent a thorough restoration including bottom, transom, decks. All work was done by St. Lawrence Restoration. 2019-2020. Newer model Crusader with low hours provides excellent power. Upholstery, and Chrome have also been done. This is a stunning 25' Lyman. Reasonably priced considering the immense amount of work that has been done. Boat was in the water in July 2021, Runs strong.
26 feet Feet 1932 Richardson Launch
The boat was stored in a barn for 40 years and has been through three restorations. A custom trailer was built for the boat when the first work started. It's fitted with a custom wood fold out top table above engine cover that can seat 6 for a magical evening of dining while floating. A stereo system provides the ambiance of a fine mahogany paneled restaurant on the water. If you want to impress friends and family and make truly unique memories this is your launch! the boat has been featured in: Classic Boating Magazine, ACBS Rudder Magazine, Hagerty 2015 Calendar, and won Best Restored Launch 2011 Fingerlakes Antique and Classic Boat Show. All work on the launch & motor has been completed by the best in the restoration business.
22 Feet 1936 Chris Craft
The boat was complete restored including a new no soak laminated bottom, complete replank of the hull with matched mahagony planks laminated to a 4 mm sapale plywood sub layer, then a restrain on the complete hull and interior with the correct c.c. Color stain and 14 coats of ephanes varnish the Upolstery has been done and a fitted full sunbrella cover and cockpit tonneaus made.the boat sits on a custom tandem axle trailer. Included with the boat is the original ,rebuilt ,Chrysler marine engine mounted in a custom built show trailer built to be towed behind a fully restored 1949 Ford “woodie” station wagon which is available for sale ,all are show quality and available for your thorough inspection
15 Feet 1956 Grenell Outboard
New bottom replaced and revarnish 3 years and in storage since. Personal changes made over the 18 years. 4 seat upholstery and custom Bimini. Back story: this sweet boat was owned by Denny Christianson of Aurora and Carnarvon Ontario. One of Canada’s major Jazz artists and treasures in the music business. The boat was purchased at ACBS Field of Dreams boat show 2003 and participated in the ACBS Boat Show- The year of small boats. Denny and wife Rose were members of ACBS Toronto for many years and enjoyed the fun and adventures of The Antique Boat Society.
21ft Feet 1952 AR Rocket Sloop
Classic 21ft carvel plank wooden sloop sailboat. This was built in 1952 by AR in Amesbury, MA. The true rocket’s are hard to come by. This boat comes with bran new unused paint for the hull, a brand new deep cycle battery, newer sail and jib (serviced). Custom interior cushions. Sleeps two to three. Small toilet space. Solar recharge system for battery as well.
17 Feet 1917 Old Town
articulars: 17ft. Mahogany trim. Always stored indoors, always on its keel. Recanvassed, restored in the 1990’s. Includes: paddles – 2 – Old Town original; paddle, double bladed – Old Town original; slatted seat back – Old Town original; repair kit – Old town original; a few braided rugs; flag staff with flag. Old Town sail rig – original 1923 Particulars: newer sail in vg condition; leeboards; leeboard thwart; rudder; all original hardware. Trailer Particulars: bunks set for flat carry of upright canoe; bearings serviced 2018; spare wheel; winch; always stored indoors.
24 Feet 1940 Lyman Mahogany-Sided Sedan
Lyman Boat Works constructed only five of the 24-foot sedan model in 1940; "Sea ‘N Isle" is the only survivor. She is also unique in that she has never been painted. "Sea ‘N Isle" has been on the St. Lawrence for over 80 years and has functioned as both a mailboat and fishing guideboat during her life. Purchased by the current owner in 1990, "Sea ‘N Isle" then underwent a 2-year restoration project including rebuilding both engines and transmissions. Over the years, she participated in several Antique Boat Museum-sponsored excursions, including one to Quebec City. She was also a poster-boat for the 2015 Clayton Antique Boat Show and won the Best Lyman in Show award at the 2010 show. She is a rare boat in overall very good condition but needs cosmetic work on her bottom and touch-up to her varnish.
19 Feet 1969 Century Resorter
Very rare Century Resorter! One of the earliest fiberglass models during the late 1960s transition from wood to all fiberglass in the Century line-up. Current owner of 25+ years restored the boat around 2007 with full upholstery replacement and repainting of AwlGrip. Powered by a hefty 330 HP Chrysler "big block" V8 for water skiing, tubing, liesurely cruising or just getting there fast! The 19-foot Resorter was produced in very limited quantities and is considered by many to be the optimal size for the Resorter! [PRICE REDUCED in September 2021 to $16,000]
23 Feet 1948 Ventnor Twin Engine Sport Runabout
An original Lake Minnetonka raceboat; Shazam was campaigned until 1955 and remained in storage until she was discovered in the late 1970's. Ventnor only made 6 of these twin engine Sport Runabouts and this is hull #6, the last of the production. Two others are known to exist, and only one other is on the water. She was completely restored in 2005 and turned many heads on the show circuit in 2006. The boat remains in wonderful, concours condition and is correct to original in every aspect. Powered by twin Gray Marine Fireball engines, she is capable of speeds up to 50 mph!
25 Feet 1960 Owens
Well built cruiser with kitchen and bathroom. Sleeps 3 easily. Nice running 283 which has been recently tuned up and serviced. Full weather enclosure and double axel trailer included. The hull has been repainted and varnished in spring of 2021. This a tight hull that doesn't leak. Ready to use now!!
24 Feet 1992 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1992 Hacker Craft Traditional Triple has been well-maintained and is in very nice overall condition. Purchased by her current owners in 2013, her keel was replaced and bottom work completed by Wykes' Boatworks. Varnish and paint have also been refreshed recently. Boathouse-kept and her original interior is in very good condition. She is sold complete with her original tandem axle trailer and a recent custom waterline cover is also included. This is a desirable model that is very fairly priced.
17 Feet 1940 Lyman Islander (Hard Top)
One of the best maintained Lyman Double-Steer Islanders we have seen in many years, and a rare hard top version at that. "Pooch" (the owner's nickname for his daughter when she was younger) has a forward-facing wheel in the front seat and a side-steer wheel amidships. She sports a rebuilt engine and transmission, custom-fitted cushions, a sliding sun-roof on the sedan top, and a big rudder for extra maneuverability. She comes with a solid Loadrite galvanized trailer with bunks. An unusual boat in great condition at an attractive price. Just add water!
16' Feet 1959 Thompson Sea Coaster
Beautiful restored 1959 Thompson 16' Sea Coaster on original trailer w/ 1959 50hp Evinrude in running condition. This boat is ready to turn heads when you are on the water. It is ready to hit the lake for tons of fun ! Includes original brochure and owners manual w/ parts list for Evinrude. Serious offers will be considered. Please text Dave @ show contact info for more info.
16 Feet 1957 Duracraft Duraflite
Completely restored finned 1957 classic Duraflite complete with working tail lights. 1962 classic Sea King 35 hp outboard, beautiful wood floor with Duracraft upholstered seats and classic flag pole with glass shade. Award winning boat, used for a few hours last year to test out, that was the only time in the water since restoration.
23.25 Feet 1902 Lozier/Matthews
Makalika, at 120 years old, is a very special piece of history. Built in 1902, she was bought in 1903 and moved to a Muskoka boat house in 1904 and the original family loved her for 115 years. In 2017, she was bought by the current owner and moved to Bala for restoration. Makalika's hull was built by the Matthews Boat Company of Port Clinton Ohio in 1902. She then went to the Lozier Engine Company in Plattsburgh NY for completion. The 23’4” hull is “carvel construction using 5/8” red cedar on oak ribs capped by a red oak combing and deck.” The original power was likely a one cylinder 3 HP Lozier inboard engine. It was replaced by a 1938 Kermath Sea Cub 25 hp, which is still providing very reliable service. Restoration is now complete.
24 Feet 1949 Grew Admiral Utility
"M'Lora" is a 1949 Grew Admiral built in Penetanguishene, Ontario, the second largest of the fleet of Grew boats built for recreation and cruising. Grew boats were well-built for rough water conditions and were Canada's answer to Lyman boats. She is true Utility in that you can walk around the engine box freely. The boat is very roomy and spacious and was built for heavy water in Georgian Bay and surrounding areas. She was purchased by her current owners in 1982 and restored over a period of 3 years for her first launching in 1986. She has taken many ACBS awards over the years and has been regularly maintained and used each year. She is complete with much documentation and has been well maintained. Her finished are in good condition currently and just in need of bottom paint at this time.
18’ 2” Feet 2009 Custom
I am looking to sell my 2009 custom-built Glen-L design, open cockpit, mid-engine runabout in pristine condition. The boat was built by my grandfather. It is one of a kind. Never stored outdoors or uncovered. It is a Hard chine “V” hull, marine-grade mahogany plywood/epoxy on frame construction. All Stainless steel and brass hardware only. Length: ??18’-2” Beam: ???7’-1” 1800 lbs (approx.) The boat is powered by a 1965-68, single Ford 210, 289 ci, 8 cyl, gas inboard, raw water cooled, ???through a “Velvet Drive” model ASI-70C, 1:1 ratio transmission 2013 vessel valuation (by certified Marine Surveyor): $25,000 I have the full marine survey, certification and estimated value available for review by interested buyers. As stated above, this boat is one of a kind and a piece of art, so an accurate value is virtually impossible. I am asking 20, 000 CAD for the boat, it is located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The boat also comes with a matching single 3500lb axle trailer and cover. No reasonable offer refused Please reply to this ad, call or text
27 Feet 1997 Balimore Lenire Classic
2 of 2 built with original pictures and documentation. Only one with twins. Boat was refitted this year and runs perfect
25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Express Cruiser
This rare express cruiser was started in 1941 and put on pause during WWII and finished in 1946. For this reason the hardware is pre-war. The current owner has had the boat for about 15 years and has been in contact with the original owners and has extraordinary documentation including original title and photos of restoration. A new traditional bottom was put on in 2001 and requires no pre soaking before launching. New fuel tank. The boat is in great condition and comes atop a custom fitted bunk trailer.
24 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman
This is a beautiful example of the 24' Sportsman. Hull Sides and Decks were completely refinished in 2019 with no less than 12 coats of varnish. Chrome and Upholstery were re done. Bottom was painted. Bottom is original but is very good and swells up in no time. This is a reliable and very seaworthy boat. Has a boat cover but needs to have snaps added to the hull. Has a bimini top but needs the hardware added to the boat. Crusader 220 was installed about 10 years ago and has 457 original hours. Price Reduced!!!!
17' Feet 1964 Century Resorter
Our Resorter Hope has new upholstery, vinyl plank-look flooring, new windshield & gas tank. Her hull has been well maintained. It does need seasonal application of hull caulking. Her EZ Load trailer has been customized with a bunk for her bow.
36 Feet 1954 Chris-Craft Commander
Project Cruiser: 1954 36’ Chris Craft Commander, twin MLRs. Mystère is a hardtop 6-sleeper in quite original condition (second owner), many awards and used for calendar covers. Structure, mechanics, and electricals all in good condition when dry-docked 7 years ago, but even with coverings, the weathering damage is significant. This boat deserves ‘saving’ but will require extensive and complete cosmetics including all brightwork, topsides and bottom, wood repair/replacement in both gunwale ‘cubbies’ and stern corners, upholstery, carpeting. If you can handle the work, you will have a valuable and fabulous boat. Other than the in-water shot, the pictures show present condition. Converted to 12V DC and modern AC panel, three Guest switches, two ProMariner chargers, Jabsco bronze water pumps, modern fuel filtration, Pertronix ignition, Federal drive couplings, bronze exhaust elbows, Marelon thru-hulls, modern water heater and fridge, full canvas cover and extra cockpit cover with side window panels, various engine and hardware spares including extra bronze props and driveshafts.
16-foot 2005 Pat Brown Adirondack Guideboat
Classic Adirondack guide boat built by renowned craftsman Pat Brown of Lowville, NY. Cedar strip, Kevlar coated inside and out, caned seats with back rest (1), two sets of oarlocks, brass fittings (including tie-up rings fore and aft), 7 ft. cherry oars, wt. 50 lbs., comes with zippered canvas sleeve for storage. Mint condition. Glides through the water with ease with just a touch of the oars.
24.5 ft Feet 1982 Regal Ambassador 245 XL
This late classic fiberglass cuddy cabin has been garage kept. Excellent running condition. Upholstery has no holes, rips, tears or mold. Transom replaced Oct 2020. New batteries and bilge pump May 2021. We have used this boat on the lake to spend relaxing weekends or spend the day tubing with the family. Unfortunately we no longer have a need for a boat of this size. I am the 3rd owner and to my knowledge everything from the seats to the canvas covers is original. Bimini will need repaired or replaced. When used last (Memorial Day weekend 2021) it began to tear. It is the original bimini
16 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 100 Runabout
A nice example of Dodge's 16' split cockpit runabout. The Model 100 originally featured a 4 cylinder Lycoming engine, but this example has been repowered with a rebuilt 85hp Gray Marine of similar size. Restored, much new planking, interior replaced. This is a nice Dodge to add to your collection! [PRICE REDUCED to $16,900 - August 2021 - Any reasonable offer will be considered!]
18 Feet 1971 Riva Junior
Introduced in 1966 to replace the Florida model, the Junior was popular with a younger crowd for its ease of use, size, and utility cockpit layout. The Junior model was also very popular as a tender for larger yachts. This late-production example bears hull #567 and has been comprehensively restored. New bottom, all new frames, original engine fully rebuilt, restored gauges, all hardware rechromed, all new correct upholstery, and fully refinished. She maintains her original Riva prop and is complete with the original convertible top and ladder. A custom DHM tandem axle trailer was built for the boat and is equipped with a swing-tongue for easy storage as well as all new tires + spare. Hands down the best Riva Junior available and sold complete with a custom cover!
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
Very nice fully restored 21' Capri. The boat has gone through a bottom up restoration. a new 5200 bottom was installed, sides were refastened with some boards replaced, new decks were also installed at that time. The interior was replaced, the gauges and chrome redone. The engine was rebuild with low hours since rebuild. Seller has picture trail of the wood restoration and receipts for the chrome, gauges, engine and more. Comes with a nice tandem axle trailer and cover.
25 Feet 1987 Grady White Sailfish
This 25ft Grady is in fine condition. She received a new transom and new fuel tanks. The 200hp Mercury outboards run great and have received many hours of maintenance and service. A perfect fishing boat by a reputable builder, this classic Grady will serve its next owner well.
19 Feet 1966 Century Resorter
This is a great opportunity to own a rare classic. Century built only 41 of these in 1966. It was purchased from Links Landing at the Lake of the Ozarks and I believe I'm the 2nd owner. It was definitely well cared for. The 66 Resorter came with a sliding top which can cover the drivers area, or can be slid back to cover the engine area. (see pictures)The engine is the legendary Buick 401 Nailhead which was chosen by the US Airforce to be the starter engine for the SR-71 super sonic spy plane. The hull/bottom is in excellent condition and looks to be all original. The interior is in good condition. I would give it a 8.5 out of 10. This boat is a true head turner. It also comes with a tandem axle trailer.
17 Feet 1941 Century Sea Maid Deluxe
This is a rare prewar Century Sea Maid Deluxe built by Century Boats of Manistee, MI. This is a nice example and an older restoration that has been well-kept over the years. She was re-planked in 1989. Fully restored to original condition. All original engine and all hardware. Sold complete with a single axle trailer and cover.
18 Feet 1960 Lyman
Complete rebuild. Over 450 hours of labor new transom stem keel planking windshield decks and gunnels complete strip and refinish to show condition
17 Feet 1910 Old Town Canoe
Built by Old Town in 1910. The 17ft Heavy Water canoe was apparently shipped to Maryland in 1910. It later found its way to the hands of a Warren Proctor, who owned a camp in northern Pittsburg, New Hampshire where it spent most of its life being paddled on the first Connecticut lake. Upon his death, she was acquired by the current owner. It has been stored inside since. The factory green was repainted with a blue tone which is now cracked and in need of a refresh. The hull is in great shape, no cracked rips or internal damage. The keel is in good shape. The brass bow-strip has fallen off but is still with the boat. Original seats are intact. The model number is 11755.
18 Feet 1993 Packard Gentleman's Racer
One of only three “Gentleman's Racers” commissioned by the Packard Boat Company to be hand built by upstate NY boat builder John Ford as well as Gary Scherb of Old Time Boats in Florida. The three boats were personally ordered by Bud Finkl, president of the Packard Boat Company and are based off of lengthened plans of the Hacker Speedster 16'. Of the three boats built, this was the president's own personal boat that he kept from new until his passing. This boat is powered by a Chevrolet V6 by specially built by Flagship Marine Engines in Punta Gorda, Florida. The transmission is said to be have been built by the Chevrolet Corvette racing team and was told the running gear was $30,000 the time. Boat is capable of speeds of 55-60 mph and uses hydraulic steering for easy controls. Wood is Honduras mahogany and coated with epoxy sealer with 12-14 coats of varnish and has a beautiful, deep finish. Packard Boat Company of Sarasota, Florida designed and custom built retro-styled powerboats from 1988 to 2002 in very limited numbers and were known for their very high quality and great handling based off of 1920's-30's designs. The Packard Boat Company President, Bud Finkl was a retired engineer, boat racer and a 3rd generation steel worker and his family originally made parts for the Packard Automobile and Boat engines. Per Boats.com “For Bud Finkl, the president and CEO of Packard Boats, classic "gentlemen's runabouts" are something he remembers from his childhood not only because his family had several, but because his father's General Marine Corp. built more than 2000 mahogany runabouts between 1939 and WWII.” Bud Finkl wanted an all wood racer of his youth resulting in this specially commissioned boat with a “2 person seated pilot area in the rear with a forward 2 passenger seat just forward of the midships.” Titled a “1918 Packard,” it was completed in 1993. Bud Finkl showed this boat from NY to Florida and the family said it was only used in fresh water, which is evident by it's excellent condition. After Bud's death, the family kept the boat in their collection for another 13 years. Seller acquired directly from the Finkl's family. Boat measures at 18' with a beam of 5', the boat has always been garage kept and never used in salt. The second sister boat, “Pub Decisions” is in Oklahoma while the third boats whereabouts are unknown. Boat includes photos of Bud Finkl personally driving this boat. Call for more photos, with questions or to arrange an inspection.
15 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Cavalier Kit Boat
1958 CC Kit Boat - Cavalier Model. “My Girl” in very good condition. CC 4 cylinder 60 HP. Recent work done includes complete tune up, plugs, points, rotor, cap, condenser, coil, oil change, reconditioned prop, new gimbal (shaft) bearing. New interior upholstery. Runs great up to 22 Knots, planes at 15 Knots. All marine plywood boat built in 1958. Comes with 4 life vests, 3 fenders, fire extinguisher, American Flag, Cavalier Flag, 2 Cavalier chrome emblems (not installed). Believed never registered. Currently registered as “Home Built” (which it was). Registration for boat. Very serviceable trailer - no paperwork. Will run engine on land for those interested. Drop her in the water and go.
19' Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback
This is an iconic runabout it was produced from 1939 till 1942 and only 433 hulls where produced. everything is there with the boat including the flag, and all the seat cushions. the inside of the hull is very clean yet the wood has started to dry out due to lack of use. was previously restored but has again began to slowly degrade and needs a new home. Besides that the seating areas look brand new and has been kept very clean. also a master kill switch has been added to prolong battery life.
15'6" Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout
Beautifully maintained Deluxe Runabout with a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. The boat has been fully restored and has all the original chrome pieces. We bought the boat over 25 years ago as a "show boat" to take to various events around the Northeast. Hence, it was used very little during our ownership but we always maintained it in top shape. It was in running smoothly two years ago when it went to storage. It has always been stored in a closed facility. Original Chris-Craft specification papers are available.
18 Feet 1955 Century Arabian
Low Hours - only two owners. Production run of only 42 boats in 1955. Restoration completed in 2008 includes the following: remove bottom and side planks, rebuilt rear transom-extensive, each frame section removed and inspected and 100% rebuilt if damaged. Frame is oak, white oak, all side planks and ribs double treated with epoxy, this is a dry boat, fiberglass and epoxy resin. Extensive refinish of blue/platinum stain, motor starts easy and repainted, concours level interior upholstery, wood is African Mahogany. Ultimately the boat speaks for itself, AWESOME.
20 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Custom
Show condition 20' Custom. This boat went through a full professional restoration. Over 100K was invested in the restoration. A 5200 bottom was installed. Sides and decks were refastened. Engine was fully rebuilt, Interior, flooring, chrome, gauges and wiring were all done at time of restoration. The boat is in show condition and could be used or shown.
16 Feet 1971 Century Resorter
An early classic fiberglass example from the legendary Century Boat Company of Manistee, MI; the Resorter model transitioned from mahogany construction to fiberglass in the late 1960's. This 1971 model is the smaller 16 foot version that is equal parts fast and fun to drive. Custom ordered BRAND NEW by her current owner, she has been very well cared-for throughout her life. She was ordered from the factory with a custom, camel leather interior that remains in excellent shape today. This is a rare find and ready to enjoy this season! Some scratches noted below the waterline in the gelcoat and the price has been lowered to reflect this.
16 Feet 1959 Herters Flying Fish
The epitome of 1950's styling, the Herters Flying Fish featured extravagant fins and body-lines. This example has been nicely restored and features her original Mercury 4 cylinder engine. A great display piece!
19"6" Feet 1968 Gulfstream Bahama
Original owner with all original documentation. Garage kept from day one. Like new condition. Removable hardtop, only used in fresh water. Boat is ready for a new season! Needs nothing but a new owner.
23 Feet 1971 Lyman Offshore
A two owner boat, and owned and cared for by a master cabinet maker who performed all the necessary maintenance and touch ups as needed. The boat was always boat house kept and stored indoors seasonally and has been in inside storage for the past 13 years. The current family has owned it since 1981. This Offshore model features a spacious layout and cuddy cabin. The boat is equipped with auto pilot and a windlass.This boat has been left in excellent in storage and the engine has been checked up on and turned yearly. This boat should need little to no work and is ready for boating this season.
20 Feet 1935 Gar Wood Utility
This 1935 Gar Wood is said to be the eighth of 100 20' utility models built between 1935 and 1938. The boat features Philippine mahogany construction, an open cockpit design with offset seats, and a Chrysler Crown inline-six. First shipped by rail car to George N. Varney Company on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, it was brought to Lake Tahoe and named Whiskey in 1992. A restoration was carried out by Western Runabouts of Lake Tahoe in 1993, and the vessel reportedly earned best of show at the subsequent 21st Annual Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance. The V-type hull is made of mahogany and measures 20' long and 6' 8? wide. “Gar Wood” script can be found on both sides of the hull, and the boat’s name, Whiskey, is painted on the transom. Black rubber step pads are fitted on the dark-stained gunwales, and bright hardware includes the cutwater, rub rails, and quarter rails. Comes on a tandem axle trailer.
22 Feet 1967 Century Raven
Solid boat used last four summers. Upholstery is very nice. Opening windshield in great condition and awesome in warm weather. Floor and decks are white utilitarian dynel/epoxy. Last year of the lapstrake solid mahogany planked Raven.
17 Feet 1956 Higgins Speedster
"Johnny Reb." It's a 1956 Higgins sportster, with a 292 Thunderbird Interceptor motor. We are the second family to own this boat. It was acquired by my father in 1973 from family friends. It was the boat that he learned to ski on as a kid and couldn't pass up the opportunity to own. My father did a full motor rebuild in 1981 and cared for all maintenance until 2015. He's getting up there in age and the boat has been in my possession ever since. I already have my own boat that I use for everything, and so the Reb has just been sitting in my garage for the last six years. I feel that it's time to let her go to a good family that would love to have a classic boat.
27 Feet 1929 Meteor Triple Cockpit Runabouts 2 Boats included
Offered is a pair of 1929 27' Meteor triple cockpit boats. These boats are extremely rare as only 60 boats were built and only 7 are known to exist today. The boats were designed by the famous naval architect George Crouch and were way ahead of their time. The beam of these boats is only six feet giving it a very streamlined look. The bottom and the engine were replaced on the first one, and the second one needs to be restored. The first boat is a complete boat including the ship sides and all the hardware except the windshield. The second boat has no hardware and no engine. The hardware on these boats is amazing, featuring shooting stars/meteor. The first boat is an easy project requiring refinishing and a new interior, the second is very straight but requires wood replacement and hardware. The second boat could make an awesome gentleman's racer or restored to be an original very valuable boat as well.
24 Feet 1911 Mullins Leader Launch
This early Mullins has a wonderful history and has been under single-ownership for over 40 years! A unique and innovative builder, Mullins was, at one time, America's largest production boat builder. The Mullins Steel Co. built a variety of row boats, duck boats, canoes, launches, outboards, and runabouts. This is one of the oldest known Mullins boats to exist and also the only 24' Leader Launch documented. She was purchased from the original family in 1980 and is extensively documented with the original sales invoice from 1911 as well as photos of her original owners aboard the boat circa 1912. R&H has gone through 2 restorations over the years and has been kept in excellent condition. She is also complete with all original hardware and accessory Kerosene lanterns that were used as navigation lights. Used and shown regularly, she is a favorite along the ACBS show circuit!
14 Feet 1956 Penn Yan
Last on the water in 2017, hull painted with Interlux Yacht finish that same year, engine meticulously restored and boat in very clean condition. Original wood and bottom, takes up water nicely. WV assigned VIN and HIN due to age, clean/ clear titles in hand.
34 Feet 1938 Electric Boat Company (Elco) Cruisette
We purchased ''Speakeasy'' in 2008 and moved her from Nantucket to the Hudson River north of New York City. My husband fondly remembered his grandfather's 1928 ELCO and searched for a similar cruiser, especially with an enclosed cabin since we had a toddler. We repowered ''Speakeasy'' in 2012 with two, new Yanmar diesel engines, had a new jury mast built and resurfaced both cabin tops with 2 layers of biaxial fiberglass cloth in epoxy resin. After seeing original brochures, we restored her back to original cabin layout to sleep 4 with plenty of storage below the cabin bunks. Original brass sinks, details and manual controls are all in place. We have enjoyed journeys north and south along the historic Hudson River for the past 12 years and she has won awards in the Antique Classic Boat Society Boat Shows in Kingston NY. (She's quite a beauty in the boat parade when she is all dressed with her flags.) My husband, a retired Navy Captain, passed away 9 months ago and had been an excellent steward of this boat. Each year "Speakeasy" went into the water for the season but currently has just been painted and is safely stored indoors.
18 Feet 1941 Old Town Sailing Canoe
Old Town Wood-Canvas Sailing Canoe Old Town canoe 130365 is an 18 foot, Common Sense grade Otca model canoe with Half-Ribs and Open Spruce gunwales. This canoe is fitted for sailing as well as paddling and is ready to create pleasant memories for a new owner. This 1941 Old Town Otca model was meticulously restored in 2017. Most of the sail rigging is original to canoe. Mast has been rebuilt and original sail replaced with a period-correct 55 sq.ft. four-panel lateen sail with battens, in pale cream, with the look a feel of cotton. The canoe also sports a new custom-built floor rack, a brass flagpole socket, a painter ring and a period-correct Old Town decal. Additionally, the canoe comes with an original Old Town canoe chair, pennant, mast-top ribbon, photos of the recent restoration, and a copy of the original Old Town build record. This canoe was featured on the cover of the journal "Wooden Canoe", vol. 40, number 3, which contains her full story.
19 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
One of only 328 Chris Craft Custom Runabouts built between 1935 and 1938, this example has been comprehensively restored and is in excellent condition. No soak replacement bottom by the previous owners and she has recently undergone a full refinish. She has been repowered with a 1946 Chrysler Ace engine, which was an original option as well in 1936. Winterized before storage in the Fall of 2020 and ready to go this season!
16' Feet 1959 Cruisers, Inc. Lapstrake Outboard
We bought this boat from the original owners, a married couple in their 90's who had not been able to put it in the water for over ten years and finally decided it needed owners who would appreciate and use it.
22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet
This is beautiful Chris Craft Cadet was restored many years ago but is still in very nice condition. This boat has always been stored indoors when not in use and has seen very little weather. Varnish is still in excellent condition. It features a NO SOAK Bottom that is still DRY today. A few decks planks were replaced at the time of restoration. and GM 283 runs great Is a PERFECT engine for this boat allowing for much better performance than original. . Comes on a nice tandem axle trailer. Tachometer is missing, was taken out during engine swap. If you are interested in originality the owner has the period correct Chrysler Imperial that will sell with the boat for adjusted price to be negotiated later.
20 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
A rare and very desirable 20' Riviera. A comprehensive restoration was done about 15 years ago which included a west system no soak bottom and complete strip and refinish of the decks and sides. Blonde decks were changed to more of a walnut color during this restoration. Looks Nice. Upholstery and Gauges are original. A GM 350 was installed during this time frame and has seen very little use since. This is a turn key boat that is ready to use and enjoy. Great for water skiing. The 20' Riviera is the perfect size runabout. This boat sits on a single axle trailer that fits the boat perfectly. Tires are good.
18 Feet 1975 Century Raven
Powered by a Ford 302 at 188 HP. Uses a MerCruiser Alpha out drive. Garage kept most of its life and very clean. New battery installed. Wood work refinished. Vinyl replaced on seats. Carpet replaced. Seating for six and a swim ladder. Includes dual axle trailer with newer tires. Boat comes with matching red snap-on cover. Weight is 2200 pounds. Ready for speed on the water. Has a classic red and white exterior and matching red and white interior. Stereo, horn, lights all work. Able to pull skiers and tubers.
19 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Runabout
Fully restored show quality boat. It went through a professional bottom up restoration to include, 5200 bottom, full refinish, gauges, chrome, interior, flooring, wiring, gauges, gas tank and more were done during the restoration. Seller has a pictures trail of the entire restoration. Comes on a custom made tandem trailer that was built for the boat and has full cover.
20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado Hardtop
Show ready 56 Coronado. The boat was fully restored by a well known restorer about 4 years ago. The bottom is an epoxy and glass no-soak bottom. All the Chrome, gauges, Steering Wheel and Hardtop were redone, The interior, gas tank, and flooring were all replaced. The sides and decks were refastened and refinished. The boat comes with 2 custom covers. This boat is in excellent condition and is ready to use or show
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman
This black-hulled beauty has a classy look when on the water. The simple but attractive lines of the popular Chris-Craft U-22 model are complemented by her dark sides. With ample power and lots of room, she'll easily carry 6-8 passengers out on any lake or river. Picnics, cocktails or just cruisin' around are what she does best. A gash on the port-side forward can easily be repaired and the sides and bottom need sanding and fresh paint. Otherwise she is in overall above-average condition and ready for a new owner. Comes with a solid twin-axle trailer.
24 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Holiday
Sebago Holiday is a 1953 Chris Craft 24’ Holiday that is a great family boat, one of 56 built in 1953-1954. It is a classic in beautiful condition and seats 12 comfortably. The enormous open area has a floor of solid teak that is practical and handsome. Nearly all of the wood is original which has been well taken care of. The MBL 6 cylinder engine, at 158 horsepower, was the largest engine offered for the model, with speeds up to 38 miles per hour, and is at ease at every speed. The commanding bow design and elegant foredeck leads your eyes to the dramatic and innovative windshield. From every angle the Holiday is striking.
1 Feet 1977 Johnson 70HP Power Head
This 70hp Johnson outboard power head and controls. This motor runs well and was last serviced and run in 2020. Only needs a lower unit.
18 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This is a true original find. The boat is 90% original that has had a complete cosmetic restoration including upholstery and complete refinish or decks and sides. The Transom has been is new as are a few deck boards and one bottom plank. All bad wood was removed. The Chris Craft Model B has been completely rebuilt, including carb, water pump and starter and has approximately 5 hours of run time on it since. The boat was in the water in 2020. EVERYTHING on this boat is fully operational. This is a turn key boat. There is a period correct Gray Marine 4 Cyl engine that will go with the sale.
16 Feet 1961 Raveau Bomb Outboard
This Raveau was restored in 1996 by original builder Bob Walwork and I purchased it in 2000. Boat and motor always stored indoors, both boat and motor are in perfect condition.
18 Feet 1967 Century Saber
In 1967, there were only 36 Century Saber boats built This beauty was acquired by a family member in 1992. In 2017 we decided to refurbish the boat and bring her back to her original glory. McCall Boat Works, in lovely McCall, Idaho, did the incredible work. The hull and the interior were brought back to its original appearance, the engine was rebuilt and new floor boards and upholstery were added to make this boat a crown among jewels. She has only been on Payette Lake less than 10 hours. She was a stunner at the McCall Wooden Boat Show in 2019. Her home is currently in indoor storage in McCall waiting for a new family to enjoy her.
18 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
A popular lapstrake utility model, the Sea Skiff is a comfortable design that takes the water well. This 18ft Sea Skiff has spent the last 8 years in Lake Placid where it was boat house kept year round. The boat has received work over the years as needed including some minor bottom work. The V8 Chevrolet engine gives the boat plenty of power, and a teak swim platform has been added, making her a good ski boat if desired. She was used every season the last 8 years, and could use a little love to freshen her up but is a sound and handy boat for many uses. Last in the water and running Spring 2021. There is no trailer included with this boat but gantries are available on site to position the boat on to your trailer, or transport may be arranged.
18 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Capri
A rare model built for only one year, a total of only 64 Capris were built in 1959. This fun 18ft Capri has spent the last 8 years in Lake Placid where it was boat house kept year round. The boat has received work over the years as needed including some replaced bottom planks, some coats of varnish and regular engine maintenance. The upholstery and gauges are in excellent shape, and the boat soaks quickly and runs well. This was one of Chris Craft's first models to use 1/4" marine plywood inner bottom skin with solid mahogany outer planking. She was used every season the last 8 years, and could use some cosmetic love to bring her back to original glory. Last in the water and running April 2021. There is no trailer included with this boat but gantries are available on site to position the boat on to your trailer, or transport may be arranged.
16 Feet 1991 Homemade
My grandfather built this inboard boat from scratch and completed it in 1991. The boat was used at Clinton Lake in Kansas and hasn't been on water for about 25 years. For the past 7 years the boat has been kept inside a humidity controlled storage facility and prior to that it was stored inside a garage. The hull is fiberglass and the top and inside is a beautiful woodgrain. I do not know what state the engine is in.
16 Feet 1947 Chris-Craft Rocket
This model is also known in the Chris-Craft record books as a “Special Runabout.” The boat was bought in northern Michigan in the summer of 2016 and was in need of restoration. A complete restoration was conducted over the next three years from 2017-2019. This Rocket is wearing its atomic blue hull paint replicated from the original color. Due to the wood shortages following WWII, as well as the increase in demand of power boats in order for Chris Craft to fill orders, some boats were made from white cedar not mahogany. This model being the only Chris Craft boat made completely out of white cedar, varnishing does not have a similar appearance to mahogany. Leaving a few examples of this model to be painted in the only paint available in the Chris Craft Factory, “atomic blue,” or Chris Craft engine paint. Estimated to be one of 40 hulls originally painted in this color “atomic blue.” This Chris Craft is currently in heated winter storage and available for viewing and testing (weather permitting). Restoration details include: ~New Keel, Port Stringer, Frames 2017-2018 ~Refastened Chines ~Refastened Hull Sides ~New “No Soak” 5200 Bottom ~New Rayco Fuel Tank ~Painted Hull and Deck in Period Correct Chris Craft Blue ~Chrome Replated ~Stainless Trim Polished ~New Upholstery ~New Windshield Glass ~Complete Rewire Rebuilt 1947 Chrysler Ace Marine Engine 92hp 2020 -Estimated 25 hrs. on rebuild -Bored .030 over -New Pistons -Rebuilt Transmission -Rebuilt Carburetor -Rebuilt Fuel Pump -New points, plugs, condenser and coil -New Battery Multiple Les Cheneaux Islands Boat Show Award Winner/ Ready to Show More information available upon request. Located in Dayton Ohio
17 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback
One of only 425 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabouts, known as the Barrelback, built between 1940 and 1942. This 1940 example is outfitted with the desirable pigskin leather interior, blue faced gauge package, marbleized banjo steering wheel, and some extra power from a 121hp tri-carb KBL engine. She has been restored to show quality and is in showroom condition. All new cloth-covered wiring as original, 6 volt system. All gauges professionally redone. Included is a custom made mooring cover, dust cover, and trailering cover. She is also sold complete with a custom built, matching Heritage single axle bunk trailer.
17ft Feet 1938 Chris-Craft 801 Deluxe Utility
Complete correct restoration completed in 2018. New “5200” (actually Sikaflex) bottom. B engine entirely rebuilt. Hundreds of photos of restoration, complete documentation included. Custom cover to waterline. New trailer. Drawings, complete documentation of restoration, including hard-back book with photos. Has won several awards.
18 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
This boat is a very nice 1936 Chris Craft 18' Custom Runabout, 200 of 208 made. She was totally restored in 2008 by Nichols Restoration, including a replaced no-soak bottom and complete rebuild of the original Chris Craft Model-H engine. The engine and boat have very few hours since. Excellent condition and complete with a custom built, C-Hawk single axle trailer. Recently in-use and ready to go!
18 Feet 1993 Simon Fletcher Runabout
Fletcher Boats capture the romance of the speed liner era of the 1940’s and 50’s. Built in 1993, Encore is a rare gem and a real head turner. Located in the Seattle area and offered at $36,500 with trailer and boat covers. For photos and further information please visit our website www.seasensations.com or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. Fletcher Boats are known for the classic lines of speed liners of the 1940’s & 50’s with an appreciation of modern technology. Built by long time classic speedboat craftsman, Simon Fletcher of Port Angeles, Encore is solid Honduras mahogany planks laminated over African multi-ply on Honduras frames, on white oak chines and keel. All fastenings are stainless and silicon bronze. Traditional white cocked deck seams with accent king plank & covering board. The finish is twelve coats of Epifane. Encore is fresh water cooled so she can play both in the Sound and lakes. She has run with the tall ships in Elliot Bay, to Blake Island and Seattle for picnics and dinners, enjoyed NW lakes, cruises to Poulsbo, Port Orchard, Bremerton and toured around Bainbridge Island numerous times. Encore has a new in-water boat cover, fresh batteries, water pump and recent oil change. We replaced her aluminum rub rail with solid stainless, insulated her engine compartment and accessed additional storage area forward. She is a real head turner, beautifully built with classic lines.
21 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri
One of Chris Craft's striking, post-war production models, but Capri featured a modern 2-tone blond and red mahogany color scheme and the popular bull-nose bow design. Only 170 Capris were built in the 21 foot length, and only 50 were built with the Chrysler Marine Hemi V8 engine. This example was purchased in the late 1970's by her current owners and used for a short time before being put into storage. In 2020, the boat received significant work, including full paint and varnish all around, a clean and degrease of the bilge to prep for fresh paint, all hardware removed and buffed for reinstallation. The original Hemi engine was sent out and had the carburetors rebuilt, fuel pump rebuilt, all gaskets replaced, water pump, ignition, all cleaned and detailed for reinstallation. The correct interior color would be "special flame red". The fuel tank was also removed, cleaned, painted, and a new sending unit installed. This project is sitting at 85% completion and needs a new interior installed (seat frames and all hardware present), engine reinstalled (currently resting in boat), and plumbing/wiring reconnection. This is a rare and very manageable project that can be on the water this season!
16 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Red White and Blue Special Race Boat
The boat was restored and then put into a private collection for many years. The boat was fully restored with a replaced bottom, rebuilt engine, sides and decks were stripped and refinished and more.
17 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Sportsman
1958 restored Chris-Craft Sportsman. I've owned this beauty for 15 years. Restored in 2008 with exterior and interior wood, stripped, stained and polyurethaned. The bottom is traditional and needs a brief soaking prior to launch. The motor is original with no issues and runs very well. The transmission was updated with rubber outshaft seals. The boat was last in the water in 2017 and always stored inside. Overall a great boat that attracts attention whenever she's in the water.
27 Feet 1961 Chris-Craft
Chelsea, a 1961, 27-foot Chris-Craft Sea Skiff is a great day boat that you can camp out in with a fully cushioned V-birth. She is a pleasure to drive and with her mahogany transom attracts attention where ever she goes. She can easily carry six for an evening cruise and with her powerful eight-cylinder engine confidently glide over the water at 20 knots. The handsome engine box in the middle of her roomy nine foot by 12-foot aft deck makes a picture perfect platform for cocktail making and a full-on appetizer spread. Chelsea is a rare find and a beautiful example of the Chris-Craft brand of storied workmanship, attention to detail and Great Lakes style. Her timeless design with extra wide seats up front, a cozy cabin and large aft deck with a wide bench seat in the rear has many newer boats sharing Chelsea’s same layout, for example see the Fortier 26 at six times the price. Constructed of 1/2 inch plywood, she is solid bottom with no structural issues whatsoever and powered by a V-8, 300 hp Crusader engine. The hull was painted last year with some touch ups inside. She comes with a lot of equipment including a 5-inch Garmin GPS, dripless stuffing box, dock lines, porta potty, compass, anchor and rode, fenders, complete cushions for her cabin, compass, transom cover, waterproof bimini, plastic side curtains, radio, antenna, 60-gallon gas tank, wooden swim ladder, and more. While she has been meticulously cared for by her present owner of seven years, like many boats of her vintage problems crop up. At end of the 2020 season the lifters began making noise and need to be replaced. This past summer (2020) my wife and I took her on a seven-day cruise from Darien, Connecticut, on Long Island Sound , out to Block Island and back To Sag Harbor before returning home to Western Long Island Sound. She’s got legs. Chelsea is an beautiful example of an early 60s Sea Skiff and after looking all around Long Island and up and down The Sound, I haven't seen another in half as good shape. I’m a private seller and want to see Chelsea go to a good home and considering her lifter problem is priced to sell. If you have questions inquire to the ABA website and give me a call. She is a really great boat and any offer will be considered.
17 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft Sportsman
One of Chris-Craft's most popular models, more than 2,500 of the 17-foot Sportsman hulls were built between 1953 and 1959. This one was restored in 2010 ($42,840.86 invoice amount), including engine rebuild and a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. Instruments were rebuilt and 90% of hardware re-chromed. It is in perfect running condition and sounds great, just as it should.
28 Feet 1976 Maltese Magnum Offshore Powerboat
1976 Maltese Magnum Offshore Power Boat. Same owner since 1982! She has been meticulously kept and features new paint and upholstery, new motors, TRS drives, rebuilt trim pumps, rebuilt and painted trailer w/twin storage boxes. The motors are twin 400cid Chevy small blocks with ported & polished heads, Carrilo rods, solid lifter cams, roller rockers, all balanced and blueprinted. Only 2 hours of run time since the work has been completed. This is a great price for a well-equipped package!
30 Feet 1986 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This is a very low-hours 30' Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout. She was purchased from her previous owner with only 80 hours on the meter in 2012. Upholstery, chrome, and varnish all in very nice, like-new, condition and she has been fitted with a custom waterline mooring cover. In 2019, she received a partial bottom and frame replacement as needed, making this boat suitable for another lifetime of reliable service. Comes atop a fitted galvanized tandem axle trailer.
30 Feet 1967 U-12 Miss Budweiser Unlimited Hydroplane
Miss Budweiser, U-12, designed and built by hall of fame builder, Chuck Hickling. The last of the engine-forward unlimited hydroplanes. First campaigned as U-17, Tempus, and then as U-12 Miss Budweiser. Allison V-1710 12 cylinder engine, Fairlane gearbox w/multiple gears. She sits atop a custom tilt trailer with integrated 40 gal. fuel reserve. Boat and trailer were comprehensively rebuilt between 2003 and 2007. The boat was last raced in 2019 at Madison, IN and has also appeared in Detroit. This package is offered complete with a GMC Top Kick motorhome tow vehicle. Spares included!
26 Feet 1970 Watson Lewis 7L Grand Prix Hydroplane
7 Liter Watson-Lewis Grand Prix Hydroplane, originally named and campaigned as "Miss Purolator", sponsored by Purolator Corp. 470cid full race engine built by Dave Nagel of Alexandria Bay, NY - 0 hours run time, roller cam, LS6 rods, 12:1 compression ratio. Custom built tilt trailer with integrated fuel tank.
21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport
One of only 125 21' Super Sports built between 1964 and 1967. This example was restored in 2006 and has been in a private collection, stored indoors since that time. The original bottom is in excellent condition. A full mooring cover is also included and is in new-condition.
19 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Silver Arrow
Chris Craft's first, fully covered fiberglass production model! This era of new technology signified major change in the marine industry and the way that designers were able to model their boats. This is one of only 92 Chris Craft Silver Arrows built between 1958 and 1959. This example is in very good, restorable condition and is complete with just about everything, minus an engine. Chris Craft offered the Silver Arrow model with a 6 cylinder KFL, a 283cid V8, and a Ford Interceptor V8. The fiberglass skin is in very good condition, double planked bottom in good shape as well and very clean. Covering boards will need replacement. Fiberglass engine cover, windshield, steering, fuel tank, etc all present.
22 Feet 1964 Shepherd Runabout
This is a spacious late-model Shepherd with a restoration nearly completed. A professional shop has refastened much of the boat, replaced planking where necessary, completely refinished the hull and outfitted the boat with hardware. The Chrysler engine has been rebuilt and is installed. All that is necessary to complete the project is new upholstery and some chrome plating. The bottom is original, in good condition and sound. An original convertible top is included.
30 ft Feet 1964 Chris-Craft Constellation
This is a beautiful boat, in very original condition. We purchased her from the 2nd owner in Buffalo N.Y. in 2005. All mechanical maintenance has been performed by myself with some assistance from the senior technician at our marina. I have performed all of the cosmetic maintenance myself. I have just completed scraping the entire bottom of the boat down to bare wood in preparation for new calk and bottom paint.Painting and varnish work topside will follow. In 2010 the starboard engine was removed and completely rebuilt professionally. In 2020 both carburetors were professionally rebuilt. This boat is a pleasure to operate! She has only been used in fresh water. For the duration of our ownership she has been stored inside. After the completion of pre-launch items she will be docked at Erie-Macedon Landing Marina, 6 miles east of Fairport, N.Y. During our ownership the boat has seen very little usage; most in a few short trips to Fairport. She is a very comfortable boat for entertaining 4-6 people on a sunny afternoon, or up to 4 persons for a overnight cruise. She has the original "ice box" that really works well, and a private electric pump-out head. There is plenty of storage space for all kinds of "stuff". The boat has the original stainless sink with a 20 gal fresh water tank with electric pump. This Chris-Craft is a beautiful boat for 2 persons or a small family. She deserves a loving and caring new home!
17 Feet 1950 Chris-Craft Special Runabout
Clean, well-kept Special Runabout with traditional bottom, original gauges and Model K engine. Full restoration with engine rebuild in 2004. Lightly used since. Decks recently sanded and re-varnished. Upholstery in excellent condition but not in appropriate Chris-Craft colors. Boot stripe needs repainting but otherwise she is ready for the water. Rides on a custom-fitted, homemade, single-axle, ready-to-roll trailer.
18 Feet 1958 Century Arabian
Very rare 1958 Century Arabian 18’, hull number Q5862. Only one of 4 of 30 known ‘58s to still exist. Total repair and restoration. 90% complete including new no soak bottom with original construction. New upholstery, new transom, new Avodire decking, NOS wiring harness, fuel tank restored, new windshield, all bright work show chrome. Gauges, Iva light and steering wheel fully restored. Gray Marine 327 Fireball and Velvet drive complete rebuild, new Acme prop and shaft. New bilge pump, blower, depth gauge, and fuel fume detector with Xintex Fireboy fire suppression. New custom waterline cover. Full survey completed and at Bristol condition according to Hagerty. Restoration will be completed Spring 2021 and available at the advertised price, or seller is also willing to sell as-is for her next owner to complete.
38 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter
This 1929 38 Foot Chris-Craft Commuter, Hull Number 5027, may be the best preserved original 38 Commuter that has been found. It has always been kept in a boathouse and kept under cover. It has all of it’s original equipment including dual helm controls with a forward steering station in the open forward cockpit ahead of the cabin. All controls are complete, as well as a rare forward canopy and a sliding Navy top. The lineage & provenance of the boat can be traced back to the beginning when it was sold from the factory to Lake Winnipesaukee. After spending nearly all of her life on the lake, she was sold to her current owner who has restored various aspects of her. Originally powered by a Chris Craft A-70 and then later repowered by a Scripps 302 which remained in the boat through the 1970's. There is currently no engine, opening up the option for a powerplant. Photos are recent and reflective of the current condition. Much work has been completed including refastening of the bottom and replacement of the front deck and cabin top. She has been well-kept indoors. This is a worthy and attainable project that can be completed by her next custodian.
18ft Feet 1941 Duke, made in Port Carling, Ont.
Cedar bottom replaced in 2006.Vanish On mahogany decks, dark green upholstery, chrome and navy top in excellent condition.This is the only Duke Playmate with a Chris Craft 65 Hp, reconditioned in 2006.The boat is fast in its class.Full instrumentation. Professionally maintained. No other Playmate can match this because of its custom qualities.Boathouse kept on Lake Muskoka in Ontario. One driver. With its motor amidships, the boat drives very smoothly.
18 Feet 1965 Cruisers Inc. Outboard
The current owner has had the boat for the last 17 years and is only the second owner since new. Newer engine which is a 115hp Johnson V4. Great family boat, gets a lot of attention. Cruisers Inc. was a sub-brand of Thompson boats, run by one of the founding brothers. This is the last year they were made. Only 600 wood boats were produced that year for all of the 1965 production models.
29'6" Feet 2018 Riva-Reets Replica
This boat was built by Reetsboat Works in NY. The lines are taken loosely from a Riva Super Aquarama and measures a little over 29'. If you want to own a Riva at half the cost and with better stronger construction this is your boat. The bottom is a triple layer cold molded bottom with each layer being 7/8" thick and is protected by Carbon Fiber Kevlar. Sides and Decks are mahogany. Engines are barely broken in. Bow Thruster and Stern Thruster make this boat easy to drive and dock!! This boat was used in Lake George NY in 2019 and stored since. This is a turn key boat with great style and incredible craftsmanship. Sits on a custom built tri axle trailer that is the same year as the boat.
28 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Convertible Sedan
A Cadillac Phaeton motorcar for the water! This award-winning, 1930 28-foot Chris-Craft is the only Convertible Sedan built by Chris-Craft, as confirmed by the Chris-Craft archives at the Mariner’s Museum. Beyond being a triple cockpit mahogany beauty, her distinctive feature is the convertible hard top, purposely borrowed from the coupes and high-end motorcars of the era. The top was custom-made for the boat and is covered in period-correct Haartz cloth. Fully restored throughout, "Uncas" is powered by its original Chris-Craft Model A-120 V-8 engine, which offers 250 HP to push her along almost effortlessly. She comes atop a custom-fitted, tandem-axle road trailer. A truly one-of-a-kind piece of freshwater nautical history.
17 ft Feet 1962 Glen-L
17 Ft. Mahogany wood boat with fiberglass overlay. Power plant is a 1962 Gray Marine Fireball V8, 327 Cu-In, 238 HP, coupled to a Warner, model 71C Velvet Drive hydraulic transmission direct drive shaft to the prop. (Mid boat engine location) A classic ski boat built in 1962 and first launched in 1963, has only been in fresh water since the engine was rebuilt in 1990. The Glen-L boat design website featured this boat in its December newsletter in 2003. That article can be viewed online, along with many photo's, by searching "webletter 52". Read the article "The Legend of the Lake". The boat and trailer are in full operational condition, Regular maintenance has been done through the years, a complete engine rebuild was done in 1990 including factory new heads and manifolds. It has only been used on one or two trips a year to the Colorado river and 2 trips to lake Powell for the past 25 years. The Bimini sun shade cover and removable towing tower for skiing and wake boarding are added accessories. The tower assembles under the sunshade. (see photo of boat in water with sunshade and tower has a towel hanging on it)
13 Feet 1952 Lyman Outboard
1952 Lyman 13' tiller steer. Comes with 1960s Johnson 15 hp outboard and a 1973 Gator trailer. Hull is in decent shape, everything is there. Boat will need new gunwales and some transom work. These small Lymans are fun little boats. This would make a nice little restoration project!
23 Feet 1969 Dorsett Farallon
A rare survivor, very few produced, 23 ft. 1969 Dorsett Farallon I/O Cruiser, that may be the only remaining of its kind. She was built in Brenen, Indiana and sold in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. I have owned the boat for 30 years, used occasionally for pleasure during the short boating season on the waters of Green Bay, Wisconsin. This classic has been slowly restored over the years and is in overall good condition. The cabin has been completely renovated and painted, all new upholstery inside and out, new gauges, new Bimini top, depth finder, stereo. The OMC lower unit has been rebuilt. The transom seal needs to be replaced and engine stringers need to be rebuilt. The 200 HP Buick engine is original (has 550 Hrs.), has twine 27 gal. fiberglass tanks, has been maintained annually and runs great. The trailer is included and is a 1988 Shorelander dual axle.
50 Feet 1983 Gentry American Eagle Marine
Gentry Turbo Eagle #9 is a 1983 Cougar Cat customized by American Eagle Marine for offshore powerboat racing. Powered by 4 - 1250 HP inboard racing engines coupled to 2 Gentry custom built surface piercing chain drives. Vessel is constructed of mahogany frames, sheeted with mahogany plywood fastened with epoxy and bronze screws. Exterior is covered with fiberglass cloth saturated with epoxy resin. This boat won the World Championship in 1987 and established a new world speed record of 148.238 in the same year. The engines were rebuilt after it was retired from racing. The boat comes with an extra Gentry surface drive as well. This is a serious race boat with well documented history that we can provide upon request. The trailer alone was appraised at 100,000.00. It's an unbelievable package. We have more pictures upon request!
30 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Constellation
An attractive bullnose Chris-Craft cruiser; this Constellation model is in good condition and has been well kept. She has been in dry storage for the last 4 years, but considered to be ready to launch with regular seasonal commissioning. Seams below the waterline are in good condition. Powered with the original twin Chris Craft M, 130hp engines that were rebuilt in 2015. Refrigerator also rebuilt.
42 Feet 1968 Trojan Motor Yacht
This 1968 Trojan has been comprehensively restored and a recent survey describes her to be in "Bristol" condition. Repowered with twin 454 Crusader engines and very low hours since completed. Well equipped and maintained.
17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Ski Boat
The classic Chris-Craft wood boat design exudes style on the water and is sure to turn heads on your next trip. This classic 1959 Chris-Craft 17 model has been garage kept for the past 20 years! The original gauges have been added to the dash but the original Chris-Craft gauges are included and can been viewed in the photos. The interior needs a little TLC, but all cushions are in great condition. According to the seller: The original engine was a Chris-Craft 283 CI engine. He was told that the previous owner replaced the block with a 305 CID. Trailer is also included.
21 Feet 1986 Staudacher Runabout
Built by Staudacher in 1986, this art-deco style runabout is a real contemporary classic. Beautiful classic lines, cold molded mahogany construction. The forward cockpit features a walkthrough and bench seating; additional third cockpit seating aft of the engine with ample cockpit space. Her Chrysler engine was fully rebuilt in 2020 and the boat has 0 hours of use since that time. Dual batteries, running lights, blower, bilge pump, and additional equipment including: flares, anchor, fenders, life jackets, and paddle. She is sold complete with a BRAND NEW tandem axle trailer and a full waterline canvas cover. This is your turn-key opportunity to be on the water in 2021!
18 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera
3rd owner of matching number boat; have owned since 1995; boat original and has wintered in boathouses In Western NC. Original lights, ensignsand spotlight.Converted to electronic ignition 3 years ago. 2020 new water pump, new fuel pump, rebuilt carburetor. Tandem axle trailer with brake and 4 new tires. Driver. Needs varnish. Needs good home. Pix available
19 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Golden Arrow
Very well maintained rare classic Chris Craft. 44th one of 50 built in 1964. Only 170 hulls were built in this specific model in 1963 and 1964. This example has only 410 original hours and has been very well kept. This is a rare production model and very few survivors exist today. The trailer was custom built for the boat and fits well. Complete with a custom made cover as well.
16 Feet 1911 Kauffman Launch
This boat was built in Presque Isle, Michigan and constructed by by Kauffman Boat Works. She has spent her entire life on one lake in Michigan since 1911. It has been professionally restored. Everything is original to this boat. It comes with original shipping cradle as well as a trailer. It has a one cylinder Kermath engine, 6 volt electrical system. This is a very rare boat and runs great!
20 Feet 1956 Mayscraft Cruiser
Built by the famous Mayea boat workers of Fair Haven, Michigan. It was commissioned to be built for the Fisher Body Family. The boat has been professionally restored. It has a double planked 5200 bottom. New gas tanks, upholstery and flooring, 12 volt electrical system, both motors have been rebuilt. All wood has been stripped and restored. This boat can be totally enclosed with the new tops, so you can stay on it. This is a beautiful boat and is a MUST SEE!
14 Feet 1950 Shell Lake Cormorant Deluxe
Very rare Shell Lake Cormorant outboard. Built by Shell Lake Boat Co. in Shell Lake, Wisconsin in 1950. Strip planked cedar bottom, mahogany topsides over steam bent oak frames. Mahogany decks. Extensive restoration completed in 2012. Hull and deck completely refastened with silicon bronze screws in West Gflex epoxy-filled and redrilled holes; new external keel; a few new floor frames and frame sections replaced. Completely wooded and refinished. 10 plus coats of Epiphanes on topsides, decks, seats, and coamings. Varnish refreshed every 2 years, most recently in 2019. 1982 Evinrude 15 runs well and starts easily. Lower unit and carburetor rebuilt in 2012. Includes full mooring cover, original seat and seat back cushions and new convertible bimini top.
20 Feet 1948 Century Sea Maid
I purchased the Century about 15 years ago from my Aunt. The Boat was bought in the early 1970's by my Uncle in Lake Champlain for $50. He drove it home through the canal system. The Century has been completely restored to original condition over the course of the last 6 years. Original board with hull Stamp #48137. Original Restoration with 5200 bottom. All Chrome was rechromed in the 70's then stored and looks amazing. New/Original Wiring. Upgraded bilge pumps. Blower system added during restoration. New/Original Aluminum gas tank. All New/Original avodire decking, blond Mahogany. All Original gauges restored. 1 of 65 made that year-#6 of 6 known to exist. WaterLine Custom Made Mooring Cover.
15 Feet 1968 Century Resorter
The smallest of the Resorter lineup and arguably one of the most fun to drive; 1968 was the final production year for the 15' model. Well powered with a Ford Interceptor V8 engine. This is a nice original example. A three-owner boat since new and originally sold in the Thousand Islands Region of NY. Cylinder heads were redone in 2013 and the current owner has had the boat since 2001. Sold complete with a brand new trailer.
55 Feet 1966 Baglietto Ischia Cruiser
Only 13 of this model were ever built. Custom built in Italy. Her hull is double planked African mahogany.
19 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
One of only 328 Chris Craft Custom Runabouts built between 1935 and 1938. This 1936 model has been comprehensively restored to Concours condition and is in exceptional condition. Formerly named, "Honeh", and winner of multiple first place awards at the Lake Tahoe Concours D'Elegance. All correct finishes, options, and upholstery make this Custom Runabout a high scoring example. She runs perfect and has very little use since the restoration was completed. She is outfitted with a custom built tandem axle trailer and complete with a custom cover.
16 Feet 1966 Lyman I/O Utility
This is a great 1966 Lyman Utility. It has been fully restored and has a Renault Twin Carb, 4-Cylinder I/O engine. It also has a full new canvas and all the work was done by a professional. It comes over a single axle Shorelander trailer which will pull the boat nicely.
30 Feet 1956 Chris Craft El Captain Cruiser
1956 30' Chris Craft El Captain #143 of #144 twin gas screw mahogany wood cabin cruiser with original hardtop has undergone a complete restoration which includes total rebuild of her original Hercules M 130 HP engines. Fitted with new Jabsco electric marine toilet with macerating pump and 40 gallon holding tank. She carries 30 gallons of fresh water. The galley has original sinks with hot & cold running water, the original ice box converted to new refrigeration system. A new 5 gallon hot water heater and a new Marine Aire Heat and A/C system installed during restoration. A Force 10 Propane 3 burner cooktop with oven. A new Xantrex Freedom 458 Inverter/Charger with automatic charge for engine and house batteries, also a solar panel installed to trickle charge the system. Cockpit sports new Garman Phantom 18 Radar and Garman GPSMAP 1242 touch screen navigation system. New SeaWatch Marine TV/FM Antenna. All new custom upholstery and custom aft and side curtain with isenglass. Mahogany and all brite work is in pristine condition and meticulously maintained. Recent marine survey available.
17 Feet 1927 John Hacker Pelican 151 Raceboat
This is the real deal - an original John Hacker design, 151 class Pelican racer from the mid-1920's. This is an early step hull hydroplane design that was built for the 151-class, popular throughout the 1920's and 1930's. She has gone through quite a bit of restoration work years ago and is ready for a new owner to complete her. All bottom planks were removed, cleaned, and reinstalled/riveted as original. Rudder, steering hardware, etc all present. Originally campaigned as B-91 and bearing the name "Spitfire V", this is a rare example to find in such preserved condition. The Peerless-151 engine has received new babbited bearings, pistons, etc and is complete minus a water pump and distributor. This is a very worth project for the enthusiast interested in the Golden Era of raceboat competition.