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Peterborough Boats - 24 found
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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.
16 Feet 1956 Peterborough Outboard
This Peterborough is all restored and I great overall condition. There is no motor but it has a trailer which is ready to go.
16 Feet 1956 Peterborough Canadian Dart
Excellent condition restored motor serviced been in storage with other boat 10 years
14 Feet 1955 Peterborough Aquafyer
We bought this boat in May 2009 as it was family project to restore the boat and to bring old childhood memories to life. The boat was launched in the Summer of 2010 and we have created great family memories from all the lakes we have used it in. It is a beautiful hand crafted antique boat that would complete any cottage. A number of outboards are also available for spare parts.
16 Feet 1940 Peterborough Speedster
Top-notch condition Peterborough Speedster from the late 30s or very early 40s. Spent her first 40 +/- years on Charleston Lake, ON, then 30 years in storage before a full, bare-wood restoration in 2007-08. Includes a new mooring cover and 15 hour Mercury Sea Pro engine. A perfect boat for cruising or fishing on a small lake or river.
11, 4" Feet 1920s? Peterborough Design Row Boat
This is a Peterborough-design, cold-molded mahogany rowboat of unknown origin. She was purchased used by the current owner's father in 1951 along with the Gator trailer. She has been in the family for over 65 years and always stored in an enclosed storage building when not in use. She has not been in the water since 1988 following an extensive restoration. Includes a working 1951 10 HP Johnson with a frozen boot. Here's an opportunity to research her history and put her back in the water! The boat has been inside all of it's life but has not been in the water since 1988. A similar boat was used as a display boat in a store in New York for Abercrombie & Fitch.
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.
18 Feet 1928 Peterborough Traveler Inboard
This is a very rare model of Peterborough and a must-have for the Peterborough collector. The traveler model was only built in limited numbers and was one of the company's early efforts to break into the inboard boat market. The design was very utilitarian with no windshield and center-position steering. She is quite heavily built compared to other Peterborough boats of the era. Powered by a Universal Flexi-4 engine, predecessor to the Atomic-4. Some restoration work has been started and she is now ready for a craftsman to take over the job!
16'6 Feet 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy
Peterborough Handy Boy cedar strip outboard runabout. Older restoration and in serviceable condition. 1956 Evinrude 30 HP outboard matches the boat nicely, needs some adjustments.
16 Feet 1938 Peterborough Sailing Canoe
Sweet Sioux an original circa 1938 wooden sailing canoe (does not include mast). Was bought over 50 years ago and stored inside. Does have some damage, which is repairable. Beautiful boat.
16 Feet 1960 Peterborough Outboard
1960 Peterborough cedar strip outboard. Decent overall shape with some ribs needing replacement. Comes with a newer 30hp Yamaha outboard and a good single axle trailer.
20 Feet 1930's Peterborough Launch
A beautiful piece of Canadian Craftsmanship and worthy of a restoration. The boat has varnished mahogany planking on steam bent white oak ribs. The boat has mahogany decks and transom and includes an original 4 cylinder Buchanan "Junior" engine.
14 Feet 1950's Peterborough Handy Boy
Peterborough Handy Boy. 14 feet long with a beam of 5 feet. Nice lake boat for a few passengers. Cedar strip planking is in good shape, partially varnished. One floor board needs some attention.
16 Feet 1956 Peterborough Lakeside
1956 Peterborough 16 feet LOA, boat was completely restored in 1999 and has been kept indoors ever since. Has all new ribs, cut down sheer 3 inches, new deck configuration with single cockpit, new mahogany transom, and white leather interior. All but the planking is new, even the stem. Hull was treated with CPES and west system with 3oz cloth. Has wet-look gloss black sides, varnished mahogany decks. Boat rides fantastic. Full custom cover for boat & motor included. More pictures available of the restoration upon request.
24 Feet 1924 Peterborough AutoCraft Long Deck Launch
The Peterborough Canoe Company was one of Canada's largest and best known boat builders. During their production, the company produced outboard boats, sailboats, racing hulls, and a small number of inboards. This is a fine example of the AutoCraft Launch produced by Peterborough in the 1920's. The current owner located this boat in an Illinois warehouse. She was completely restored in 2003. She is powered by her original Kermath model 20. Only 3 of these boats are known to exist today. She is graceful and a beautiful survivor!
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!
16 Feet 1955 Peterborough Aqua Flyer
1955-1956 Peterborough Cedar Strip Aqua Flyer with original 25 Evinrude Big Twin engine. Boat was completely rebuilt in 2006. Asking $6500 or best offer
19'6 Feet 1946 Peterborough Inboard Runabout
This boat was commissioned as a custom build for a family on Stoney Lake back in 1939. She was completed after war efforts were stopped in 1946. This boat is a true custom build because it features many of Peterborough's most desirable construction methods and this model is not seen in any of the company's catalogues. She was fully restored in the 1980's and had a new bottom installed. The boat is still in excellent condition and shows that it has been very well taken care of. This is also a very functional design with the second row of seating behind the driver's position. She has fresh varnish and is ready to go! This is a rare 3 owner boat with a nice history.
16 Feet 1948 Peterborough Canoe
1948 molded ply Peterborough Canoe. The boat has been stored indoors for many years but needs a bit of cosmetic TLC.
16 Feet 2007 Reproduction Peterborough Canoe
This is a reproduction of the classic Peterborough Canoe. The inner and outer stems as well as the in-whales and out-whales are made from ash. The striped decks are made from beautiful maple and walnut. Interior and exterior were covered in fiberglass cloth for superior strength and durability. The boat was launched for the first time September 2nd 2007 with great success. It is a stable design and with some practice, she is a snap to paddle.
16 Feet 1940s Peterborough Champlain High End Canoe
This canoe has been re-canvased and painted by William Wison Canoe restorer, Paugan Falls Canoes, in Low, Quebec and has not been put in the water, since restoration. Inside needs to be revarnished to be 100%. My uncle bought this canoe new, I beleive in the 40s or possibly in the 30's. It is very quiet in the water and paddles easily.
17 Feet 1930 Peterborough Gull Skiff
This is a cedar rowing skiff bearing the serial number #5136115. It has no rot and every piece of wood is original. It has the original oar locks with spoon blade oars and was always kept indoors. It has a double rowing station and double scarf joint. Boat has a wine glass stern and a raked transom along with half round ash ribs. The actual year is unknown but it is beleived to be between 1925 and 1935. This boat was purchased as part of a property acquisition and came with it 5 years ago and the owner is now ready to sell the boat. This boat has a survey conducted by the late Jonathan Watson attesting to it's overall impressive condition. This is believed to be a Gull model which is a very rare and beauctiful model with excellent lines.
14 Feet 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy
This 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy was in storage for 30 years. The owner pulled it out of storage and has compleltey restored it. The boat has been epoxied and the restoration totalled over 300 hours. It is powered by a twin cylinder 1952 West Bend 16 hp outboard motor.
15 Feet 2004 Reproduction of a Peterborough Nomad
This boat is a 2004 reproduction of a 1957/58 Peterborough Nomad. This beautifully built boat is constructed from select red cedar strips over steamed oak ribs fastened by copper clench nails. It has been finished inside and out with 7 coats of varnish for maximum durability. Included is a beautifully restored 1958 35hp Maroon and White Johnson outboard.
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