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25 Feet 1990 Clarion Gold Cup 25
The first of five Gold Cup 25's built by Clarion Boats of Campbellford, Ontario. Built in the spirit of the original Gold Cup racers of the 1920's and 1930's, the GC-25 captured the essence of the times. Full cold molded construction and great attention to detail, these boats are sleek and blend both traditional and modern elements. This example has been under single ownership since new. She is at the point of needing a cosmetic refinish, but is still in very good condition structurally and cosmetically. The leather interior is also in good shape. With some attention given to her in the offseason, she will be a shining example for next boating season!
17 Feet 1936 Hacker Craft Utility
Rare Hacker-Craft classic in great shape. Hull 1747 is in excellent condition with a new 5200 bottom done in 2009. The Chrysler Ace engine was rebuilt in 2009 as well as the addition of a new fuel tank. Custom to the waterline cover and custom Trailmaster trailer is included. Starts quickly, runs well, is used regularly in the summer and stored indoors. Easy to use and maintain.
17 Feet 1982 Performance Outboard
The exact builder is unknown, but hull appears to be a design similar to the Magnum Missile. She has been restored by her current owner and has seen little use since completed. Equipped with onboard battery tender, JL Audio system, new bilge pumps, interior lighting, and accessory underwater lighting. The trailer has also been rebuilt and has new bunks.
20 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Holiday
1954 Chris Craft Hoiday with a traditional bottom. The fuel tank was replaced 3 years ago and the boat has been repowered with a 350cid Chevrolet engine which runs very strong.
19ft Feet 1941 Gar Wood Utility
This boat was purchased from the original owner in 1975 and has gone through a comprehensive restoration in 2018-2019. She received an all new 5200 plank no-soak bottom, all new interior and leather seats, rebuilt engine and converted to 12 volt. The boat was last in the water in September 2020. All hardware and parts are original besides added vent scoops. Boat comes with all lines, fenders, anchor, full cover and dust cover, and a 2018 single axel Venture trailer.
18 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Riviera
This is a show quality Riviera that needs nothing. The bottom was completely refinished by Ham Armstrong in 2018 and soaks up very quick and is a tight original bottom. Varnish, Bottom Paint, Vinyl interior, Floor, Guages, cushions are all Excellent. Everything works on this boat. No surprises. Boat scores well and runs well. Owner will transport the boat anywhere in the lower 48 for no additional charge. INCLUDED IN THE ASKING PRICE. This is a must see boat and the price is right!! Excellent Trailer. All reasonable offers will be considered must sell. Seller would like to move it before winter
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft
Third owner, always stored inside. Bought in 85, replaced seats, plug wires, belts. Rebuilt carb., fuel pump and generator. Good solid original boat.
18 Feet 1990 Duffy Fiberglass St. Lawrence Skiff
Built by Ogdensburg Boat Works, these fiberglass skiffs are very sought after in the 1000 Islands region. Performing much like an original skiff these one piece fiberglass hulls are more durable, and convenient requiring far less maintenance. This Skiff belongs to the original owner and has been on Cedar Island its whole life. Stored inside in the winter and outdoors in the summer.
15 Feet 1975 Mantinicus Island Peapod
Peapods, also known as "double enders" were used for open water lobstering dating back to the 1860's. This example was built by the Apprentice Shop in Bath Maine.Tthe current owner has had it since 1996 and is the third owner. It has been on Cedar Island for the last 24 years. Though stored inside in the winter, this boat has had outdoor exposure. The Seagull outboard has not been run for many many years. Comes with sail, mast and oars. The cotton sail has some mouse damage. Trailer included.
17 Feet 1957 Barbour Outboard
1957 Barbour. My father bought this back in the 70's and it's been in the family ever since. Well taken care of, but has had some minor repairs made over the years. New varnish and paint this year. Would like to sell it to someone that will take care of it.
16' Feet 2020 Mahogany Heartthrobs
This is a new 0 time reproduction of a 1950's runabout except its made with modern materials and methods. NO VARNISH. NO PLANK BOTTOM. As maintenance free as possible. Can be towed by anything and can be stored in an ordinary suburban garage- No slip rental. This boat offers the mahogany boat admirer the opportunity to own a beautiful boat without the enormous maintenance burden.
16 Feet 1945 William Johnson Motor Skiff
This a 16’ utility boat built in 1945 by WJ, "Billy" Johnson of Port Carling, Ontario, Canada. Billy was well known for his involvement with Port Carling Boatworks and the design of the Disappearing Propeller Boat. This design was the next step after the Dispro and bears much resemblance to the early "Playmate" model, designed and built by Duke Boats. This charming boat was fully restored in 2007 by Clarion Boats. It is in beautiful condition with mahogany decking and brass finishes. “Puckish” was enjoyed by one family for pleasant cruises and island travel for many years in Muskoka and most recently on Sharbot Lake in Ontario.
16 Feet 1962 Cris Craft Ski Boat
Original Dallas Texas boat. I am the 4th owner according to the documentation that came with it. It has gone through a full restoration just before I bought it in 2012 but it is in need of restoration again but it runs very well. Last time in the water was 2016 I put a hole in the hull when loading it on the trailer and have not took the time to fix it there is a few repairs needed in the hull due to rot but it is a WoodenBoat so it is to be expected. I have a Texas title to the boat, motor and trailer along with the two original flags and post from Cris Craft that came with the boat new. This could be a really nice boat again for someone who has the time and patience to restore it back to its original glory again. Thank you for looking!
20 Feet 1955 Chris-Craft
Excellent condition, show-quality Continental, the 104th of 221 built by Chris-Craft in 1955 through 1957. The MBL engine runs smoothly. She comes with two canvas covers, one for mooring and a full cover for storage. She sits atop a custom aluminum, road-ready trailer.
20 feet Feet 1800’s Knapp boat builder kingston ontario
1880’s skiff made by the Knapp Boat Builders of Kingston Ontario. This all original never restored skiff was stored for more than 75 years in a barn and is in very good condition for its age. It has the original green and red crackled paint, seats, rudder and 5 oars. There’s not many Canadian Skiffs from that era left! it should be on display in a collection or museum! with the boat you will also get a copy of a Tintype picture of the skiff taken by a professional wet plate photographer.
50 Feet 1929 Elco
This boat was purchased in 2013 while located in Annapolis. The previous owner had almost $100K of work done by a boatyard in Annapolis. The inner and outer transom was replaced, cracked frames were sistered with laminated frames, rotten planks below the waterline were replaced, the wheelhouse was replaced along with the decks and roof. During this period, the previous engines (unknown make and model), shafts, stuffing boxes, and rudder were removed. It is believed that these items were removed to make the boat a "floating cottage". During the vendor's ownership two Lehman 120s have been placed in the boat (not hooked up). The engines started and ran well during a test prior to placing them in the boat. Two new aluminum fuel tanks and a plastic holding tank are in the engine room also. The AC/DC panels have been replaced and proper marine wiring runs throughout the boat. A relatively new DC charger is installed in the engine room. The rudder has been installed and awaits installation of the skeg to complete the rudder installation. The roof has been fiberglassed with epoxy. The engine access port in the roof has not been sealed in case the engines need to be re-positioned prior to commissioning. The galley features a three burner propane stove with oven and grilling rack. There is an AC/DC refrigerator and a bar size AC freezer. The galley is also equipped with a microwave and coffee machine. An Italian made stainless steel sink awaits installation when the galley is restored. The boat will easily sleep seven in four different locations. Yes, this is a project boat and this is reflected in the price. However, in the vendor's opinion, the boat has good structure and would make an excellent project for her next custodian. The beam is 12'9" and the boat is located in New York State.
22 Feet 1995 Lyman Fisherman
A two owner boat, and on the St. Lawrence River since new, this boat has been a commuter from mainland to Round Island all it's life. With some signs of use, this boat's engine runs strong and has the reliability and durability of a fiberglass boat with the notable Lyman class and quality. Includes depth finder and full canvas. The boat was last in the water summer 2020. Offered without a trailer.
14 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer
Perfectly restored example of this classic fiberglass boat. Boat and outboard restored by John T Monahan (Little Falls, MN). 1957 Evinrude Lark is a perfect period match both from year of manufacture and styling from the period. It has been lightly used and carefully cared for since restoration. The boat comes with custom red seat cushions and custom canvas cover. Comes complete with a cover and new trailer.
16 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
One of only 174 built between 1950 and 1951, the 16 foot Riviera was an attractive, scaled-down version of the popular 18 foot model. The baby of the Runabout lineup at the time, the Riviera 16 featured the same 2 tone white and burgundy interior and blond & red mahogany deck color scheme. This example is entirely original and is in incredible preserved condition. Original interior, chrome, stain, and varnish. She has received maintenance varnish over top of her original finish to preserve the condition over the years. A replacement fuel tank has been installed and the engine has been detailed. Included in the sale is a complete, spare Model-B engine. Original 6V system, excellent bottom condition. Complete with trailer and cover. This Riviera is a true collector's piece and worthy of "best preserved" at any show it attends!
10’6” Feet 1963 Peterborough/Richardson
Here's a very good condition, solid Peterborough/Richardson AquaCraft sailing skiff from the early 60s. She's a well-built boat by a reputable team of builders. Barely used in the last 40 years. Cedar plank construction with copper nails. Sail has holes due to age and she could use a coat of varnish. Price reflects what's needed to restore this beauty to simple elegance. Included are a 3hp motor and 2 oars.
17 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Special Runabout
The boat purchased by my father in 1989 and completely rebuilt in 2003. It has been kept at Gull Lake near Kalamazoo Michigan. It was his pride and joy. He would don his captains hat and take it for a spin every summer evening weather permitting. The frame members have been replaced with white oak and a 5200, no soak bottom was installed using a marine ply inner skin and solid mahogany planking. The engine has been serviced recently and a rebuilt water pump installed.
26 Feet 1958 Chris Craft
Chris Craft made this 26' Sports express for 2 years and this is the last hull# to leave the plant. This boat has been in dry inside storage for 25 years. It was a smooth running boat when last used. The V6's have low hours on them and have a closed loop cooling system equipped for salt water use. The boat is 100% complete. We have lost are inside storage and the boat needs to move. At last inspection the hull was solid with no rot. Cosmetic restoration will need to be done.
18 feet Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport
I am the second owner of the boat which has been on only Keuka lake. It was restored about ten years ago but has seen some deterioration since that time. I keep the boat in a heated boat house and take it out three or four times a year. I do not have a trailer as it is kept in the boat house on a rail system.
14 Feet 1980's John D Little Dinghy
Gorgeous handcrafted ‘John D Little’ , found in the back of my parents old garage and have no idea where it came from, but looks rarely used (I did get into the water once this year!) John D Little owned the mile creek boat shop in Washington, Maine (now closed).
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
I have owned this boat for 46 years. This boat has been a labor of love but it is time to sell. I have methodically restorers the hull, engine compartment , interior, steering wheel. Etc. the spotlight is restored and works as it should. The chrome on the boat was stored in the basement for 30 years and shows like new. The windshield was replaced with tempered glass. The hull, gunnel and deck has no less then 12 coats of varnish. The transmission and engine are not original to the boat however, the motor was rebuilt and has only breakin hours (302 Ford Windsor V8). The propeller is an original bronze prop that has was recently reconditioned. Th boat was desired (12 volt) system). All linkage works and transmission shifts gears. The upholstery was updated to all new vinyl. Horse hair padding was removed and closed cell form replaced. Stainless steel fasteners were used throughout the interior restoration. The boat title says 1950 Chris Craft, is clear and is in my name. The trailer is included but is sold with bill of sale only.
18 Feet c. 1920 Rowing Skiff
1/4" cedar planks clinch -nailed to white oak frame with mahogany trim. Copper flotation under stern seat and in bow, bronze hardware. Wonderfully crafted, incredible lines and grace, a real beauty. Kept indoors for at least 65 years. The exact builder is unknown, but she will be stunning when restored, or could be kept as a true survivor.
24 Feet 1983 Skiff Craft X-240 Runabout
Good running and condition. Primarily used on Lake Erie & Canadian Lakes. Always stored in side and under a boat port in season. Good condition for the year. Full Camper cover, Full mooring cover Full storage cover. Depth finder; Marine radio;Hydraulic trim planes; Dual battery system; Full swim platform; Pump-out head Dual wipers Storage cabinet w/sink; JohnnyRay downriggers; Spare prop; Remote spotlight. Interior in good condition. Skiff runs good.
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