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12 Feet 1941 Old Town Model-H Sport Boat
One owner boat purchased new by my grandfather. Always stored inside, has been stored in a dry barn since it was last used in 1976. Boat is solid and has zero rot. Paint is peeling on the transom and some areas on the hull. Boat comes with the original oars and brass oar locks. No trailer.
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).
14 Feet 1941 Peterborough Knockabout
1941 Peterborough model Knockabout 159. Boat needs some restoration, keel missing. Come with a vintage trailer. Stored indoors for the last 10 years.
14 Feet 1940s Mead Sail/ Glider/ Kayak
This is a Mead Batwing Sail Glider/Kayak. The Mead Company produced Glider Boats, Planes and bikes, since the 1920s. This glider is from the 1940s. Pictures include the original parts: Batwing Sail, Wood/Canvas Pontoons/ Rigging and toolbox with all the bolts/Misc. Hoping to find someone interested in this unique piece of Chicago history. Price reduced and seller will consider offers.
16' Feet Circa 1900 Peterborough Canoe Co.
This antique 16' cedar strip canoe made by the Peterborough Canoe company circa 1900, was completely restored in 2018.
15 Feet 1920's St. Lawrence River Ladies Skiff
My Father restored this St. Lawrence Skiff with his friend over 30 years ago. Since then it has been in our basement. he has now passed and it is time to find a new custodian who will return it to the water or use it as a display piece and enjoy the boat. We have no oars or skiff chairs with the boat but it is in good solid condition throughout.
16 Feet circa 1958 The Wright-Built Boat Company
Murray Wright of Dundee, NY designed and built over 400 of these sail boats between 1940 and 1970. There were three models: K-Jr, K-Boat, and K-Sr. This is the K-Boat model number 263. She is constructed of western red cedar over white oak ribs, trimmed in mahogany with bronze fittings. The 27' sitka spruce mast carries 145 square feet of sail. These boats were designed for racing on Keuka Lake between Hammondsport and Penn Yan, NY. This boat has been completely restored and is fun to sail. Beware, her looks can attract a crowd sometimes.
20 Feet 1960 Douglas & McLeod
One of the last Highlander cold-molded wood models built by D&M before they converted all of their sailboats to fiberglass in 1961. Highlanders are known for being stable and secure. This is a large, high-performance racing dinghy also perfect for day sailing. She features a mainsail, jib and spinnaker plus an 88-pound centerboard. She was completely stripped to bare wood and refinished in 2017-18. There are fourteen Highlander sailing clubs exist in U.S. states east of the Mississippi and they are very desirable, mid-size boats.
18 Feet 1994 Ogdensburg Boat Works Skiff
Beautiful, flawless fiberglass hull St. Lawrence Skiff built in 1994 by a renowned skiff craftsman. White oak, mahogany and curly maple brightwork finished to furniture grade. White exterior, green interior. One set of brass oarpins and two Shaw & Tenney 7.5' oars. Brass seat brackets and stem strips. Excellent condition skiff ready for a new owner.
17 Feet 1930’s W.J Dowsett and Son
This 17 foot, 1930's Dowset Cedar Rowing Skiff, built in Portland Ontario is a fine example of Canadian Craftsmanship. The boat has all of it's original fittings intact and in excellent condition. Has one pair of oars
8 Feet 1985 Custom
Cold molded, tender to a sailboat. Boat was built and kept by an estate, and is now for sale by the second owner. This dingy is a rare design and exudes fine construction. The Boat comes with Shaw and Tenney oars from 1940.
22 Feet 1960 Custom Day Sailer
This beautiful sailboat (Shadow) was custom built in the Finger Lakes region on a Novia Scotia inspired vessel design. Shadow was originally owned by an estate and has been maintained stored and kept to the highest quality. Now on to her second owner, the quality and care still shows! The boat is currently located and can be viewed at the Pleasant Beach Inn, in Fairhaven, NY.
16 Feet 2004 Rangeley Skiff
This Rangeley Skiff was built by me in 2004 from plans in John Gardner's book Building Classic Small Craft. The hull is Northern White Cedar attached with clinch nails and rivets. The ribs are steam bent oak and the trim is oak. The joints are caulked with 3M 5200 so the boat is watertight. The Skiff comes complete with two Shaw & Tenney Oars, Oar locks, trailer and cover
16 Feet 1898 Circa St. Lawrence Skiff
This is a very old and earely version of a St. Lawrence Skiff believed to have been built around the turn of the Century. The current owner's Father bought the boat in the 1950's and it went into storge for over 40 years in Upstate New York. The paint was stripped off and some of the oak wood was replaced. There are a pair of oars which are included but are not original to the boat.
15 Feet 1900 St. Lawrence Skiff
This St. Lawrence Skiff is of a unknown builder but bears all of the markings consistent with boats built on or near the St. Lawrence River. The boat is 15 Feet 10 inches long and 4 feet wide. At one time the skiff may have had a sail. It has been restored on the inside and fiberglassed on the outside. These boats are a reminder of how boat building looked over 100 years ago and how they were used as a form of communication, travel and socialization in and around the St. Lawrence River.
14 ft Feet 1905-1920 Michigan Steel Boat Co
Galvanized steel planked clinker construction with patented crimping process. Found in a NH barn about 1998. Never used by me. Was probably a rental boat from the Boston area. I have a pic of one being rented on a Mn lake pre WW1. Michigan Maritime Museum has one.MSB made mostly motorized boats in Detroit using the same planking process. Pics on line if MSB is searched.
17 Feet 1956 Wittholz Design Sailboat
This is a 1956 Wittholz Design Sailboat. I have owned the boat for many years and have restored it twice during my tenure. It has a new main sail and an older job that are both in good condition. The inboard 8HP engine runs and starts well. The fittings are bronze and wood. The hull is an oak frame and sitka spruce. The centerboard is about 300 Lbs of Iron and is completed with an oversized rudder. The boat sits comfortably on a single axel trailer which holds the boat well and it tows nicely.
16 Feet 1930 Georgina Bay Skiff
This is a lovely example of a Georgian Bay Skiff built around 1930. It includes two sets of oar locks, a tiller, a trailer with a spare tire and years of tender loving care.
12 Feet 1955 Penn Yan Car Topper
Professionally fiberglassed and professionally restored. Woodwork perfect. Excellent condition. Serial # intact. Always stored indoors.
17 Feet 1956 Chesapeake Cat Boat
This is a Withhold design Chesapeake Bay Cat Boat. I have had the sailboat 40 years and restored it twice. It's now ready for it's third restoration but I don't have the time. She is mahogany or pine on oak frames with a fairly new main older jib sail, barn door rudder, motor and two bilge pumps. She sleeps two on original mattresses and inclyudes a porta potty. I have taken it two trips down the Mississippi to Hannibal, Mo as well as sailing locally. I have been cruising in our bigger sailboat for 20 years for five months each year and just can't find room to restore the gaff rigged Cat.
12 Feet B&B Yacht Designs Classic Sailing Skiff
This is modern version of a Classic Sailing Skiff. Made by B&B Yacht Designs and called the "Amada" this boat was one that many first cut their teeth on as they entered the world of sailing. This boat is ready to be sailed again or to be used a display piece. It is in very good overall condition.
16 Feet 2001 Delaware Ducker
Built at Apprentice Shop in Maine/2001. Near bristol condition! Boats cost was 12,000 in 2001. 16ft 125lb The A-shop made 2sets of leather collared oars, 2 push poles, grub box, sprit-rig, gaff-rig, leather bailer, and a full canvas cover..the works. The sails have topping lift lines which are very handy when necessary to reduce sail area in too strong of winds. The bronze oarlocks were cast from the Mystic Seaport molds. The planks below the waterline were bedded in Sikaflex to resist displacement from trailer vibration, of which over the last 15 years there has been virtually none. It lives on a like-new aluminum Trailex trailer Painted with Kirby paint from Maine 16' foot pole for rail birds, the 10' pole for ducking (used for pushing boat in marshes when hunting) The bronze edges on the stems and bottom protect it when bumping and scraping on things. Construction is cedar planking on white oak with steam bent ribs and copper rivets.
16' Feet 1929 Old Town Canoe
1929 with paperwork. Excellent condition. Was stored under an enclosed porch for many years. Just discovered when cleaning out uncle's home (who was 93). Canvas only thing not original on this canoe. According to paperwork, hull was originally red. Water tight.
16 Feet 1915 Mace Eaton
Traditional Peapod working boat, tender, great rowing, carry crew and gear, recently restored at Woodenboat School. Located in Little Deer Isle.
17 Feet 1930 Dowsett Rowing Skiff
This is a beautiful rowing skiff built by W.J. Dowsett of Portland, ON. Dowsett built a variety of rowing skiffs, inboard motor skiffs, launches, and runabouts; many of which remain in the area today! This example has been lovingly restored with all new ribs and planking where necessary. Complete with an original set of Dowsett oars, which are very distinctive in their construction. These skiffs are a pleasure to row and the perfect addition to your cottage!
12' Sailing Skiff Feet c. 1935 Peterborough (Canada)
This is a fully restored Peterborough sailing skiff, made probably in the 1930s. You can find it in the reprint of the Peterborough catalog by Roger MacGregor in 1995, on page 35 with the specification chart on page 51. New sail. Complete boat. Restoration was complete in 1991 , sailed a few times for two or three seasons after and stored indoors ever since.
16 Feet 1911 Theodore Hanmer Flat Back Adirondack Guide Boat
A very early Theodore Hanmer Adirondack Guide Boat. This is a flat back guide and one of only 3 built at that time. She was owned by a Family that lived on Skunk Misery Road in Oyster Bay and was last sold in 1965. She is made out of pine and is feather light. She has a yoke to portage and 2 sets of oar loacks for rowing from either end. The boat is in perfect condition except for a tiny chip in the floor. Not bad for a boat that is 105 years old. The cane seats and oars are in perfect condition. It has spent the last few years as a handing display in a private home in the 1000 Islands.
16 Feet 1965 Richardson Rowing Skiff
This 16 foot Richardson rowing skiff is an absolute beauty! Very nice condition and would be a great addition to an island property or cottage on the River. Dual rowing stations and equipped with 2 sets of oars! She is complete with a fitted trailer and custom travel cover. A real nice package!
10 Feet 1900 Birch Bark Canoe
A historic birch bark canoe. These lightweight, wide, and short primitive canoes are exceptionally nimble and easy for one person to portage. They were ideal for trapping, fishing, and short distance travel with a small amount of gear. This is a beautifully preserved display piece that will make a great addition to your cabin or camp!
15 Feet 2000 Adirondack Guide Boat kit
Beautifully constructed and used only once. A very nice example of a Adirondack Guide boat. Perfect for display or ready to go in the water for this season.
16 Feet 1915 F.H. Darrow Portable Rowboat
Steel manufacturing was quite an industry in the early 1900's, and manufacturers such as Mullins and F.H. Darrow took advantage of the growing market for watercraft and began to build marketable boats. F.H. Darrow Steel Boat Manufacturing Co. built this portable rowboat around 1915 when trailers were uncommon and the automobile was quickly gaining in popularity. They developed an ingenious design where a 16' rowboat could be broken down into 3 independent segments, nested one inside the other, and mounted on the running board of a car! Not only is the boat easily portable; each section can float independently. This design is very unique and represents an era when the concept of travel by road took off! She has been nicely restored and is complete with oars. Full documentation available.
10 Feet Indigenous Birch Bark Canoe
Beautifully hand crafted in Quebec. Excellent condition. Always stored indoors. Only water tested. 10ft Perfect for home, cottage, cabin or chalet decor. A beautiful show piece.
18 Feet ca. 1922 Parsons Brothers
This is a beautiful 18 ft. Antique Adirondack Guide Boat built by Parsons Brothers in Old Forge, NY, ca. 1922. It has been lovingly maintained in top shape by the current owner since 1986. Canes seats, maple oars, removable bottom board, and yoke included. This is a true collectors guide boat. Weighs approximately 96 lbs. fully fitted out with oars, seats, and yoke.
15 Feet Mid 1950's Old Town Canoe
Beautiful 1950's Old Town Canoe boat, classic vintage piece before they stopped producing boats. Recent paint, new glass and varnish inside. Great piece for the price! $2,200
14 Feet 1890's American Built Birch Bark Canoe
This is a traditional Indian made American birch bark canoe belived to be made in the 1890's. The canoe was built in the St. Lawrence County of New York near Watertown, New York. The owner bought the canoe at an Auction about six years ago. It is in good solid shape and appears to have had an old repair done on the bow. These boats are extremely hard to find in original condition and especially ones which have ben made using the traditional methods. Weighs only about 55 Lbs
10 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe
You are looking at a tidy 10 foot Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe which was built using the traditional methods in 2003. The owner/ builder used it sparingly for one season and then hung it up in his home as a display piece. It is now being offered for sale and would be awesome either in the water or on display due to its size. Delivery for this can be arranged by Antique Boat America.
16 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe
This 16 foot contemporary Birch Bark Canoe was made using the traditional methods and is in excellent condition. It shows well and would make an gorgeous display piece or could be used.
20 Feet 1992 Watercraft America Inc Yawl
1992 Elver canoe yawl, 20 feet. Construction is Cedar Stripped & Epoxy Sealed. Nice wooden sailboat that is easy to maintain. Very stable and easy to beach.
16 Feet 1920 Sebago Rowing Skiff
Pre-1920 restored Sebago skiff. This double-ended, all-wood 16' Sebago skiff was built in East Sebago, Maine, between 1890 and 1920. In 2011, Kevin Martin in Epping, N.H., restored it. Modern caulking was used to seal the planks and one stem was replaced. When last used two years ago, it was watertight and has been stored in a barn since. The skiff comes with a restored Holsclaw trailer with soft riding coil springs. The skiff has two pairs of 7-foot oars and oarlocks. It was made of elm or alder with the body having steamed cedar planking along with brass screws. The gunwale may be chestnut. The exterior is green Epifanes marine paint and the interior a Kirby light green tint. The Sebago is distinctive for the bead running along the first plank on the exterior, with the plank finished natural and everything below the bead painted. Will deliver within New England if driving costs are paid by buyer.
19 Feet 1958-59 Lightning Class Sailboat
Nice Classic Lightning, sharp inside and out. Ceder sides and decks, mahogany transom and bottom recently restored, but not to show varnish, looks good enough that people think its wet.
14 Feet 1890's Traditional Indian Birch Bark Canoe
Traditional Indian Made Birch Bark canoe which is estimate to have been built on the late 1890's. It has been in a private collection for many years and amongst an extensive Adirondack collection. The boat is correct, true and original weighing 55 Lbs, 14 feet in length and 40 inches in the beam. It would make a fantastic addition to any collection.
17 Feet 1900-1920 J.R. Robertson Canoe
This is a meticulously restored antique wooden canoe built by the Robertson Canoe Company of Massachusetts over a century ago. It is in great shape and was restored over the course of 8 months by the Housatonic Canoe Shop of central New York. The canoe is structurally sound as well as completely refinished. The old wood glows under several built up coats of high grade marine varnish, and little details like mahogany thwarts and hand caned seats really set this classic apart in terms of looks and style. While durable and fully functional, this canoe would also make a great decoration piece in a home, cabin, or restaurant. One thing is for certain, this canoe is bound to turn heads no matter where you take her.
11 Feet 1940's Old Town Trapper Canoe
Canvas appears to have been replaced with very light weight glass and epoxy, doubt that any weight was added over original canvas. Foam sponsons removed but will go with the canoe, two paddles also.
9 Feet 1940's Penn Yan Car Topper
I acquired this boat on Bainbridge Island where I currently live. The man I purchased it from was from the east coast. His family had brought it with them when moving to the Seattle area.
14 Feet 1993 Sarnia Wooden Boats Sailboat
This is a 1993 White Hull Sprit Rigged Sail Boat with Oars and oar locks. She has a drop keel. She was built for Tom Richards of Port Lambton. Just revarnished, painted bilge, boot stripe and bottom paint Sail made by Boston sail. Comes with trailer.
14 Feet 2009 Home Built Rowboat
This little beauty was built in Buffalo while attending a boat building school class.
6 Feet Penn Yan Dinghy
I have owned the boat for 40 years. It was given to me as partial payment for painting a house for a 85 year old widow who's husband used it on weekends. He owned it for over 40 years. This size of Penn Yan Dinghy is fairly uncommon and they make a lovely display piece.
14 Feet Flat Back Skiff
A 14 foot Flat Back Skiff owned by Ralph Earl brother to George Earl who was the Governor of Pennsylvania at one time. This boat came off of Camp Bullpout on Upper St. Regis Lake. It was later sold to Raplh Burger President and Chairman of A&P. Very nice flat back skiff ready for a small outboard. 14' flat back skiff originally owned by Ralph Earle, brother to George Howard Earle, Governor of Pennsylvania. The boat was stored at Mr. Earle's Great Camp, "Camp Bullpout" on Upper St. Regis Lake in the Adirondacks. Mr. Earle used the boat regularly with a small outboard motor for his boating pleasure. The boat was then acquired by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Burger. Mr. Burger was President and Chairman of the Board of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company (A&P) and would later become President/CEO of the John A. Hartford Foundation.
16 feet Feet 1909-1919 Lakefield Canoe
Cedar canoe needs restoring Lakefield, Ontario Has original manufacturers label "Lakefield Boat and Manufacturing"
12 Feet 1950's Lakefield Cedar Strip Rowboat
Your next winter project! This little Lakefield is a lovely size for a small outboard or rowing. Requires restoration to include a new outer stem, new transom & knees, 10 new ribs, a few plank repairs, and new floorboards.
16 Feet Rushton Adirondack Guide Boat
This rare Rushton Adirondack Guide Boat has been in one family for many years. The Rushton has been used sparingly in the Southern Adirondacks and on rare trips to a lake in Canada. It has its original seat rails and yoke rail. There is also one original seat frame which would need to be recanted. The middle and other rear seat are not original buy also require caning. Hull has been fiberglassed. The label is a copper shield signifying its history as a Rushton.
21 Feet 1920 Rowing Scull
This boat has been hand stripped and varnished with epiphanes varnish. It has a set of Ted Shea sculls as they are 10' long. The fore and aft decks were originally covered with canvas. The oar locks are made by Kern. This boat can be used or proudly displayed. It is truly a fine piece of maritime history.
16 Feet 1980 Algonquin Birchbark Canoe
This Algonquin Indian Native Birchbark Canoe is made by a renowned canoe builder Rick Nash. He has been featured in a coffee table book called "The Canoe" and has a lengthy waiting list. This canoe is only 30 years old but looks much older as it was made using all of the traditional construction methods. The boat was made using birchbark, bear fat, cattail pollen and spruce root to ensure a dry fitting canoe. It is constructed out of hand hewn spruce and red cedar which is all hand hewn with decorative lashing. It has the most distinctive Algonquin Indian shape and is easily recognizable as an Algonquin by it's sheerline.
16' Feet 1900's Adirondack Guide Boat Skiff
Fully restored and re-canvased guideboat (guide boat). Originally from the Adirondack Great Hotel: Wood's Inn in Inlet NY, 16' w/ oars. dark blue, light blue interior
16 Feet 1910-1920 Malecite River Canoe
This rare Birch Bark Canoe was made by native Indians of the St. Lawrence River region. It has been offered out of a collector with an extensive Adirondack collection. The canoe is in good overall condition given its age and will make a welcome addition to any collection.
16 Feet 2002 Giesler Canoe
This is a beautiful Giesler square stern canoe. Like new with 10 coats of varnish and very little use. Can be rowed, paddled or run with a 6hp engine. A great boat for a small lake or river.
16 Feet 1920's Robertson Courting Canoe
Antique Wood/Canvas Luxury Courting canoe from the 20's-30's. Four foot book matched mahogany decks. Mahogany trim. Flat white yacht enamel. Professional pin striping and pair of geese flying together.
15 Feet 1933 Old Town Canoe
Originally built in 1933 and shipped to Jordon Marsh of Boston in October of the same year. It is 15' and is a model 50, meaning its design weight was 50 lbs. The current owner purchase the boat at auction in 1972 in Penacook, NH. The canoe is in original condition with some cracked ribs, but it is still usable as is. The canoe ID# is 112839.
16 Feet 1915 Adirondack 'Church Boat'
This boat is early 1900's and is known as an "Adirondack Church Boat" apparently for the ability to place an outboard engine on the transom instead of rowing to church. Same hull design as guide boat, except for square transom. Deck, front and rear have been replaced and could be better done (not done as original). This is a very unique boat of both design and ability. A perfect small Adirondack lake boat in very good condition. More photos available on request.
13 Feet pre 1950 Mahogany Canoe
Recently restored mahogany canoe. Two seater approximately 13 ft in length.
16 Feet 1948 E.M.White Canoe
This E.M White is an exceptional canoe which was found at the Chicagoland Canoe Base. The exterior finish is flawless as is the color. The canoe is solid and rot-free and totally original. This is a great find, exceptional and desired. The canoe has been fully and faithfully restored and is a fine specimen. Every rib and every plank are original. The ribs are I belive ash and the planking is clear cedar with the breast plate being oak. The canvas is essentially brand new and prepared by professionals. The canoe bears the hull ID# 781. After many years of ownership and very little recent use the owner has elected to part with the boat. These are hard to find in this type of condition and represent a great part of history when canoes were so very popular as a means of transportation.
17 Feet 1938 Old Town "OTCA" Canoe
This 17 foot OTCA Old Town Canoe was given to me by my sons for my 50th birthday. It was lovingly cared for and used on Lake Wentworth , New Hampshire for 18 years and has been in my garage for the last 10 years not being used. We have the build sheet history and great memories of the canoe but are simply not using it any longer.
16 Feet 1930 Peterborough Campmate
1930's Peterborough "Campmate" outboard model. Fairly uncommon and in very original condition. 14 feet long, stored indoors for the last 20 years. Boat needs some restoration but is a nice survivor. Comes with a vintage Tee Nee trailer!
17'6 Feet 1903 Rowing Skiff
This boat was purchased in 1903 by a Mr. Loggie who has long since passed away. I bought thye boat in the 1970's and had it retsorede by a well known boat builder by the name of Philias Jimmo in the early 1970's and it is still in excellent condition today. While the boat appears to be of unknown origin it has been reviewed by people such as R. J . Cunningham the author of ship building in Atlantic Canada and the Chatham Museum.
16 Feet 1913 Lakefield Canoe Co. Torpedo
One of the real classic Canoes in the history of Ontario. This 16 ft Cedar strip Lakefield canoe was made in Lakefield, Ontario in the early 1900's. Trim lines and a low profile make foe a very fast canoe. Covered, 1990, with a very light and transparent fiberglass coat means no "soaking up" is required to make it watertight with no loss of visual appeal. Note the unusual architecture of the front and rear decks. Thought to be the "Torpedo" model . Excellent condition as an heirloom and as a fully functional and usable canoe.
20 Feet 2005 St. Lawrence River Skiff Reproduction
Built by Stumtown builders as a faithful reproduction to a St. Lawrence River Skiff this is an Open water rowing/sailing double ender. Tough nylon skin over steamed white oak ribs, trimmed in mahogany. Drop-in sliding seat rowing unit and hatchet oars. 54 sq. ft. balanced lug sail, centerboard, rudder, ready to go. On a nice trailer but also car top-able.
14 Feet 2010 Beaver Bark Canoes
This traditional hand made birch bark canoe was built by the seller in the summer of 2010. Nails and split spruce roots are the fasteners, hand-split northern white was carved with the crooked knife to produce the stempieces, ribs, and planking. Detailed winter-bark etchings scraped into the birch bark, decorate the bark panels below the gunwale.The seams and ends of the canoe still need to be sealed with the traditional pine pitch which will render the canoe water-tight.
16 Feet 1920's Canadian Canoe
This is a unknown canoe builder but attributed to Walter Dean. It has the same lines/dimensions as Sunnyside Cruiser, 6 board basswood hull, rib/batten construction, flame mahogany decks, contemporary seats and thwart , restored and canvased by previous owner 25 years ago. Canvas is mint, decks ,ribs, battens, outwales, hull planking all original. Coaming replaced and in need of minor repair. Always stored inside, also has been attributed to "W. Madill Boat and Canoe Builders" in Orillia, Ontario.
9 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Ensign Dinghy
This is a nice little Penn Yan Ensign model dinghy. Serial number LD53613. She was restored about 20 years ago using traditional materials and finishes. Canvas was replaced and bedded in Alkyd Enamel. All hardware rechromed. Interior was stripped, cleaned, and refinished. The rope fender and leather finishers were also renewed. Excellent piece to display in the boathouse or at the cottage!
16 Feet 1960 Old Town OTCA Canoe
This Old Town is in excellent shape and has been garage stored for decades...with very little use. Build sheet says it was delivered to Warrenton Building Supply in Warrenton, Virginia on May 12, 1960 for sale. Original color, original seats, all in great shape. Hull #169993
Feet 1870 Dan Herald Canoe, Ontario Canada
Only 8 canoe's of this type in existence. Dan Harold built canoes from about 1869-1889. The reason his boats were so unique is that the outside bottom of the boat only consists of 6 cedar boards. On the inside he laid a lead soaked cloth on the wood and put down cedar strips side by side (similar to hardwood floors). There is another boat like this one is the Canada science and technology museum, this is a very rare canoe.
17 Feet 1923 Old Town Canoe
1923 Old Town canoe with original canvas. She has not been in the water since 1987. Very good condition, hull #74802-17...all original canvas & back rest (with inscription) documentation papers are included from Old Town.
16 Feet 1950's Canvas Covered Canoe
This canvas covered, cedar canoe has been nicely restored and is in great shape. Dusty from storage, but nice condition. The builder is unknown but it is a factory built boat that would be a nice addition to the cottage or your collection.
17 Feet 1920's St Lawrence Skiff
This is a very nice rowing skiff, the builder is unknown. Many of the construction attributes are similar to those of Dowsett boats, built in Portland, Ontario. Also reminiscent of many St Lawrence skiffs of the era. She has been restored and is ready to row. The boat has a few new planks, a new stern post, and fresh varnish. She is a breeze to row and would also make an excellent display piece at the cottage!
12 Feet 1930 Old Town Square Stern Canoe
This is a lovely Old Town square stern canvas canoe. it has been completely restored and rebuilt from its original construction in the 1930's. The canoe is all new with the exception of the ribs. It is painted red and looks almost too nice to put in the water. It was originally a 16 foot canoe which had to be altered because the last 4 feet were beyond repair.
18 Feet 1920's Jackson Boat Works St Lawrence Skiff
This is the only Jackson skiff that we have ever had to sell. Jackson was an Ogdensburg, NY builder that built several skiffs of this length. It is unusual in it's decorative style, opposing color woods in the gunwale and decks and delightful ceiling boards the full length of the boat. Twin decorative oar locks with two sets of matched Shaw & Tenney oars. All hardware is brass and complete. Brass name plate indicates; Jackson Boat Works, builder, Ogdensburg, N.Y. This is a well built excellent two person skiff in great shape that was recently restored by the owner who is no longer boating due to age.
16 Feet 1915 B.N. Morris Model A, Type 1 Canoe
17 B.N. Morris Model A Type 1 circa 1915 SN 14175. Replaced 5 ribs and about 20ft of planking, 5 coats of gloss varnish on the inside, new canvas, filler, paint and fresh caned seats has floor boards. White cedar ribs and planking, White spruce closed rails, mahogany decks, thwarts and seat frames, brass flag holder in each deck. Morris was arguably the finest builder of wood and canvas canoes in the United States. He used only the highest quality materials and coupled them with superb craftsmanship. He produced canoes from about 1887 to 1920 when fire consumed his shop. This is a nice example of his work.
18'6 Feet 1978 Victoria Yachts Sailboat (McVey Design)
This is an ideal river sailboat because of its 560Lb shoal draft keel which only draws 2 Ft of water and is easily docked. It is a sturdy and safe boat which will takes a fair amount of weather. Sails are old and in useable condition. The air cooled motor is old but starts and runs well.
22 Feet 1954 Star Sailboat
This Star sailboat was built in 1954 and is #3396. This is the largest class of sailboat in the world with over 10,000 people now sailing. She is a very fast sloop with a permanent weighted keel. This boat has a bending mast to allow a "pocket" in the sail to give it extra speed. The mast is aluminum, but the boom is mahogany. This boat was built by Old Greenwich Boat Co. Its name was "glider" and its original owner was R.I.Stearns of Chicago. Fully documented and all specs available. For a serious racer, this is an excellent value. It only needs one small area to be patched or have the plywood replaced as it has a bit of rippling delamination. It has always been stored inside.
17 Feet 1916 Old Town Charles River Canoe
My father, the 2nd owner, bought this canoe in 1941. Original wooden frame and decking are in good shape. Recanvased ~1960. Seats need to be re-caned. Seaworthy and ready for an outing. Two paddes and PFDs included. Serial #38218. Located near Warren, PA.
18 Feet 1935 Old Town Canoe Sailing Canoe
This is a very original Old Town sailing canoe. Complete with leeboards, masts, etc. Very recent restoration, excellent condition.
15' 10 Feet pre 1900 Theodore Hamner Guideboat
This is a very original Adirondack Guideboat built by Theodore Hanmer, estimated to be of early 1900's vintage. Oars included, and seats (not original)
18 Feet Circa 1890 St. Lawrence River skiff
This is a great example of a locally built St Lawrence rowing skiff. The builder is unknown. It is in good, restorable condition.
17 Feet 1966 Old Town Otca Canoe
This is a great example of a classic Old Town canoe. The Otca model is deep, wide, and roomy. It was designed to be large capacity, but able canoe. She has been completely restored and is ready to paddle. The seats have been re-caned and the hull has been made watertight with an original Old Town patch kit. Original documentation indicates it is canoe number 177077, order number 5156 and shipped on 8/8/67 to Marine Construction Co., Foot of Commerce Street. Wilmington Delaware.
16 Feet 1900 Theodore Hamner Adirondack Guideboat
This is an original Theodore Hamner Adirondack guideboat. It has always been kept up, and has been recently restored. Complete and ready to row.
16 Feet Pre-1930 Mullins War Canoe
This is a very rare canoe made by the Mullins Manufacturing Corp of Salem Ohio. Mullins originally produced decorative pressed steel items and got into boat manufacturing in the 1890's. At one time they were one of the largest producers of boats. Very few of these boast are known to still exist and this is the only one that we have seen in the last 10 years.
16 Feet 1960 Old Town Canoe
A nice looking Old Town Canoe. It is 16 feet long and was used at a Boy Scot Camp. The boat has been put awayy and not used for more than 25 years. The canvas may need to be replaced but the canoe is otherwise in good condition.
16 Feet 1943 Old Town "OTCA" Canoe
This is a 1943, Old Town "Saccora" Model canoe. It is in good overall condition but could use some fresh paint on the hull. New price August '09! The boat was shipped in November of 1943. Serial number of the canoe 138142.
22' 6 Feet 1919 St. Lawrence Skiff by Cuppernal of Clayton
This is a very original and very deluxe Cuppernall of Clayton St. Lawrence Skiff. Birds Eye Maple decks and decorative styling on the decks make this a one of a kind. In excellent shape, this boat has been in the family of Cleveland Dodge for many years and has lived at the Dodge compound on Wild Goose Island, Clayton, NY. She is sailed each summer on the St. Lawrence River and of course comes with her complete sails, mast & boom. This boat has a file at the Antique Boat Museum and is a registered boat with that organization (number 216). The early production date of this skiff belies it's condition which is impeccable. As far as can be told, this boat has been in use annually on the St. Lawrence River since it's birth. The records show only one other owner since 1919. The price of this boat accurately reflects it's condition and rarity.
18 Feet 1924 Carleton Canoe
This is an excellant example of american craftsmanship original cond. My Great uncle repainted in 1951, I have reciept from Old Town Conoe Co. for 1qt paint. To the best of my knowlege nothing has been replaced. Wood appears to be orignal.
18 Feet 1935 Old Town Guide Canoe
Fully restored, this is a classic Old Town boat. Originally sold to William Hackett of Mass. Have copy of original work order/invoice.
16 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe
This is a sweet blue 16 foot Old Town canoe just waiting for a good home and someone to bring her back to her original glory. Interior is fair. Outer hull is sound but the original canvas is bubbling and/or peeling in a few spots. Delivered to Livingston Sport Center in New Jersey on May 13, 1955. Yankee model, bright green on order. This is another fine example of an Old Town Canoe that will make a fine project or simply as a display. Make Offer
12 Feet 1952 Penn Yan Car Topper
One of the classic small boats of the world is the Penn Yan "Cartopper". Advertised as the answer to boat portability and convenience. A lightweight pretty little boat that will make a wonderful camp fishing boat or a nice decoration in the boat house. Excellent condition with original company logo's and tags.
17 Feet 1922 Old Town Canoe
This 1922 Old Town canoe has been beautifully restored. To fully enjoy the wonder of a masterpiece like this one, you must experience it in the water. It is a dream to paddle, and glides easily through the water. It has been gently used since its restoration, and remains in very nice condition. It would be happy to be your weekend paddler or be placed on display in your home to enjoy the fine American craftsmanship and deep beauty of the mahogany and cedar. This canoe, serial number 71445, is a 17 foot AA grade Otca model with red Western cedar planking, open mahogany gunwales, and mahogany seats, thwarts, and decks. It was fitted with a keel and floor rack and painted dark green. It was shipped on July 7, 1922. This canoe comes with a scan of the original build certificate. Also I am including two almost new paddles. Both are We-No-Nah 52 inch, one straight, one bent shaft.
15 Feet 2010 Adirondack Guide Boat, Inc.
This brand new 2010 Kevlar 15' Guideboat. The boat is sweet, fast, secure and beautiful. 15 feet, 68 pounds, carrying capacity 550 pounds +/-. The boat comes with a pair of 8 ft. Maple oars, caned cherry seats, 2 backrests, floorboards and a footbrace if ordered as options.
16 Feet 2007 Cedar Strip Canoe
This is a lovely reproduction cedar strip canoe which is 90% complete at this point. Included with this canoe are most of the itemsd needed to finish the work. These include, a tube containing fiberglass cloth, a coat of resin and a row of ash strips to finish the inside and outside gunnel. Also inlcuded is a board for the forward and aft deck. The seats are ready and complete as is the center spreader bar.
16 Feet 1800's Adirondack Guideboat
Unknown builder of this boat that is estimated to be in the mid 1800's. A very typical Adirondack Guide Boat of that period with a straight stem and gently sheer. This is a boat that has very little known about it...but is obvious to have had a long and storied history in Northern New York.
16 Feet 2006 Commemorative Hollis Duck Boat
This boat was made by Bill Vines from Ogdensburg, a well known builder. The boat was drawn on the lines of the original Hollis St. Lawrence River punt and was made for the Frederic Remington Museum annual fund raiser. It comes complete with the Fredeic Remington Museum and the paddles are hand painted. This is a one of a kind boat as the Remington Museum only had ONE of these boats made. The boat has a West System bottom to ensure that boat is alwasy ready for water and will require NO swelling.
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