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27' Feet 1924 Fay and Bowen
Multiple award winning Fay and Bowen Junior Runabout, professionally restored with West System "No-Soak" Bottom, reliable replacement power, replacement gas tank, fire suppression system, hidden bilge blower, dual battery setup and new mahogany "egg crate" floor. We have used this beautiful boat every summer in the clear fresh water of northern Michigan and she draws attention wherever she goes. A classic boat with modern upgrades to be user friendly.
22' Feet 1914 Fay & Bowen Launch
Manufactured in Geneva, N. Y., by the Fay & Bowen Engine Co. “Faye” is 22. Ft long and her hull number - 516 – dates her to about 1914. A company catalogue of the period states: “Although we still build the old ‘Fantail’ model to order, the popular type of smart boat is the ‘Torpedo’ hull.” The original Fay & Bowen engine (probably 2-cylinder 10 H.P.) went astray and eventually “Faye” was brought to Canada to be converted to steam. Nothing came of this, and in 1987 she was restored by Clarion Boat Works and fitted with a 60 H.P. Chris Craft engine. She still sports her “noiseless” underwater exhaust, a standard feature of Fay & Bowens of that time. "Faye" belonged to Graeme Ferguson (1929-2021) filmmaker, inventor, and one of the founders of IMAX Corporation. "Faye" is in excellent condition, lovingly maintained and stored in a boathouse at Graeme's home at Lake of Bays, Ontario.
30' Feet 1920 Fay & Bowen
This is a 1920 30’ Fay & Bowen Long-Deck Launch, an elegant older boat and one of the few remaining historic launches in operation. With varnished mahogany decks and interior and a white painted hull, it has a generous rear cockpit with green button-pleated leather upholstery and a pair of wicker chairs. It is powered by a 135 hp, 6-cylinder Graymarine engine and runs well. First restored in the 1970’s, the boat was recently taken to Berkshire Wooden Boat, where she received a new bottom, ribs, frames and decks. This boat has always been on Lake Sunapee in New Hampshire, kept in a boathouse.
24 Feet 1926 Fay & Bowen Launch
1926 24' Fay Bowen purchased by the Shipman Family in 1926 and boathouse kept on Lake Hopatcong N.J. Original Launch with Fay Bowen LN42 engine that is out of the boat and now powered by a Chrysler PC that moves the Launch along nicely. Solid straight Launch with great patina. 2 Owner boat since new and last run in 2018. No trailer but possible local transport. Herself is one of few Fay Bowen's with Mahogany topsides and was known throughout the Northeast at many shows over the years.
22 Feet 1911 Fay & Bowen Special Torpedo Stern
Considered to be the pinnacle of class boat styling, this Fay & Bowen Special features a double end torpedo stern. It is a very distinctive shape with brass fittings. Only 900 of these boats were built and prior to the stock market crash which closed the company. The boat has had new decks and combings installed and has been varnished, painted and carefully cared for by Jim Moore's of Moore's Marine. This is hull 476 and is indeed a very collectible boat.
26 Feet 1912 Fay & Bowen Launch
This 26 Foot Special Wide Launch is one of the finest examples of a restored Fay & Bowen. All of the hardware is triple, plated brass including the shaft, strut, rudder, prop and exhaust. The original engine was removed long ago and replaced with a 45 HP Gray Marine 4 cylinder phaeton engine, which was totally rebuilt. Because of the weight reduction the boat now rides a little higher and dryer. The original gas tank was replaced with a new aluminum tank. The boat has 17 coats of varnish which completes the look.
21 Feet 1905 Fay & Bowen Launch
This Fay & Bowen has had the same owner since 1980 repowerd in 1994 very few hours. alway maintained stored in doors.
40 Feet 1921 Fay & Bowen Launch "Seneca"
At 40 feet in length, this is the largest Fay & Bowen launch that we have ever seen! Built by the Fay & Bowen Boat and Engine company in 1921, her originality has been well preserved and she is an impressive craft. Powered by an original Hall Scott LM6 engine with exposed valvetrain. These engines are extremely rare and this example is a museum-quality piece.
24 Feet 1920 Fay & Bowen Launch
Purchased from Lake George in 1994 and brought to the fresh water lakes of Muskoka where it has been lovingly carded for the last 20 years. Multiple Boat Show award winner and in overall very good condition.
25 Feet 1916 Fay & Bowen Special Launch
Very nice original Launch. It went through a full restoration in 1989 and has been exceptional taken care of since. Comes with 2 Wicker chairs. Engine went through full rebuild in 2009. This is a solid boat and a great piece of history.
25 Feet 1907 Fay & Bowen Launch
AIDA II, one of the most photographed and documented launches of the pre-1920 era, was built by the Fay & Bowen Engine Company in Geneva, New York in 1907 and originally shipped to nearby Tupper Lake. AIDA II is a 25-foot “torpedo stern family launch” boat, one of a few hundred the company built between 1905 and 1920. In 2005, it under went a total restoration. Well over 1000 man hours have gone into bringing it to “as new” condition. While the hull and most of the seating is original, many of the ribs have been replaced and the decks replanked with a combination of white oak and mahogany, as originally had been done in 1907. The majority of the hardware is original to the boat. Custom built trailer and canopy are included.
30 Feet 1924 Fay & Bowen Golden Arrow
One of the finest examples of the Finger Lakes builder. This is the very rare and sought after "Golden Arrow" with only 6 ever produced. This boat is in Concours Condition with virtually no flaws and has been featured in magazines and books before marvelling at her stylish lines. It is most remembered in the book Wood Through water being shown in all of her glory on page 45 and 51. The boat was for many years owned by the Lewis Family in the Thousand Islands area who were generous benefactors to the Antique Boat Museum. The boat is also being offered with a Fay & Bowen LN43 which is a 50 HP motor which was the correct motor for the boat when it was first delivered along with the 1949 Chris Craft Model K gas engine offering 95HP. . The boat has been carefully restored and well cared for during the current owners stewardship. This Golden Arrow has a lovely Interlux Blue Hull which was repainted in 2012. It is built of Cypress planks on oak frames. The decking is Mahogany and is varnished each season.
26 Feet 1905 Fay & Bowen Torpedo-Stern Launch
A gorgeous and very rare Fay & Bowen Launch with a a torpedo stern. This boat is pristine condition, circa 1905. Rare and collectible Fay & Bowen 26' family launch. Recently restored in Muskoka to her original glory. Has won awards at virtually every show she has attended since restoration.
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