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45 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Constellation
1966 45' (LOA), Chris-Craft Constellation. "My Four Ladies" is a Canadian-registered, freshwater boat in pristine turn key(s) condition. This boat was recently extensively professionally restored, and since has been religiously maintained. New countertops, stainless steel marine grade sinks and faucets have just been installed. All light fixtures have been replaced with stainless stell LED lighting and dimmer switches. Her floors have all been replaced with Seadek flooring, along with 2 new hatches being cut out for easier access to the hot water tank and black water tank The hot water tank and both toilets have been replaced. The aft cabin toilet is electric. Her fiberglass decks and cabin sides have been beautifully redone with extreme attention to detail. Both the transom and swim platform have been completely stripped and 16 new coats of varnish have been applied. A new fold away swim ladder has also been installed. The bottom is in great shape, needs no soak time when launched, everything is tight and right. An upgraded 12V and 110 V systems in conjunction with a new large marine grade fridge. Full camper Bimini in great condition. Aft cabin layout is ideal for maximizing living space along with having its own washroom, to include a new shower install. The forward berth is roomy with a washroom directly beside it as well. The main salon has been completely renovated complete with black out curtains. Boat is powered by twin 327 engines that run very well having 210 HP per engine. 1200 hrs., on each engine. Vessel has been insured with; NauticLife, AVIVA Lifestyle Insurance Picy # P39672289PWP Watercraft Coverage: $110,000 BARRINGTON LOVETT M/S SURVEY REPORT ON FILE. Survey Date: 08 June 2022 Vessel is registered with Transport Canada, thru Herbert & Associates, Montreal QC.
17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
1941 Chris Craft 17 ft Deluxe Runabout (Barrel Back) This 1941 17 ft Deluxe Runabout Serial # 71810 is one of only 425 that were built between 1940 and the 1942 model year. It has had total no expense spared restoration. Every exterior plank has been replace with an underlayment of Okume Plywood with planks epoxied in place. All chines, stem, keel and bottom frames were also replaced. All hardware has been re chromed. A 131 HP Chris Craft KBL triple carb engine has a had a total rebuild along with being updated to 12Volt. All gauges have a professional restoration and original style cloth wiring is new. The fuel tank has been replace with an Aluminum one. Upholstery is the new original style Aqua Marine. There are less than 10 hours running time with all the bugs worked out. Included is a 2021 Road Ranger trailer with brakes. This is truly a turnkey boat ready for its next owner. Clear Washington title on boat and trailer
19 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
The restoration work which included a new 3M 5200 bottom, new mahogany bottom boards, new white oak frames and keel. The engine has been totally rebuilt and it is an MBL. The parts have been all re-chromed. The steering wheel, column/gears have been completely restored. Gauges were restored by Mark Clawson instrumentation. It has a new aluminum gas tank, new rub rail and spray rail. The upholstery and cushions are all brand new. The trailer is brand new as well. I had a custom sunbrella cover made for the boat too. I also, have many pictures that show the restoration process. boat, trailer and everything that goes with it. It is a super nice boat and like new!!!
21 Feet 1962 Century Coronado
The Century Coronado has been completely restored. The engine is a 440 Chrysler and has also been completely restored by Dolphin Marine. Comes with a Waterline cover and trailer. The photos don't do justice for the beauty of this boat it is a Must See, as you will not find one nicer.
38 Feet 1937 Elco Sedan Cruiser
I purchased the ELCO in 1980 from the second owner. Eighteen years of serious refurbishing before my first cruise. Outside of yearly maintenance the boat has been idle under covered slip for 13 years. Only 286 hours on Volvo Penta Diesel engines.
20 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Model 200 Triple Cockpit Runabout
This boat is a 1931 20' Chris Craft Triple with a Chrysler Crown engine. This boat is a model 200 that has been completely restored from the bottom up. It has a 3M5200 bottom. The boat has been professionally restored It has new Mahogany on the sides, deck, transom and the bottom. The frames are new white oak. The upholstery is brand new, the hardware has all been re-chromed. The gauges have been restored by Mark Clawson instrumentation in Washington. Steering wheel and steering column/gears have been restored. All new period correct wiring. Chrysler crown engine has been completely restored. The boat sits on a brand new Phoenix trailer. Also, I just had a new custom sunbrella cover made for the boat.
23' Feet 2021 Custom Inboard
The durability and maintenance ease of a composite boat and the undeniable appeal of natural materials! A no-soak cold molded hull over white oak frames and mahogany longitudinals. The bottom was four layers of BS-1088 rated epoxied plywood with an outer layer of 6-oz fiberglass to the waterline. Sides are two layers of BS-1088 rated epoxied plywood and a top layer of mahogany planking. Fasteners are silicon bronze and exposed fasteners are stainless steel. The entire hull is encapsulated with a minimum of three coats of epoxy. Inboard power by a Pleasure Craft Marine Excalibur 343: 5.7L V-8, electronic fuel injection, 343 H.P. 1.23:1 reduction gear transmission, 3-blade Acme 12.5 x 15.0 cupped prop. 33-gallon fuel tank. Corsa side exhaust. Less than 10 hours on the engine. Gauges include Faria: Tachometer with hour meter; GPS speedometer with compass; and multifunction oil, water, fuel, and voltage; depth sounder. Boss stereo with four speakers. Tinned copper wires meet USCG and ABYC standards with adhesive heat shrink terminals. The sleek deck has a pop-up LED bow light, flush mount lifting eyes, pop-up low profile cleats, and a stern light stowed below the teak grating. The Odyssey Soft Touch fabric mooring cover provides waterproof UV protection with a soft backing to protect the varnish.
24 Feet 1928 Hacker Baby Dolphin
Original Hacker Craft Baby Dolphin with all its original German Silver hardware. This boat has been repowered by a Chrysler Straight Eight, M48S 165 HP, 12-volt conversion with electronic ignition. This boat is a survivor with an extremely tight original bottom, no soaking required. She could use a revarnish and the leather could use some polish. I believe the original condition is possible, as the boat has spent so many years out of the water in storage. Comes on a nice Tandem Trailer.
19 Feet 1992 Kavalk 19-Classic Runabout
This Kavalk 19 Classic is a fine example of the first retro gentleman racers designed and built in Canada. She features Kavalk’s ocean tested and proven solid fibreglass hull with a mahogany deck and accents. Powered by a V8 sterndrive, with a three seat cockpit along with the mother-in-law seat, this contemporary classic is a fast and comfortable runabout. Hull #45 of 67 is one the last Richmond, B.C. plant boats produced, and has been in fresh water all her life. Currently being restored at Le “K” Spa, the buyer has a choice of hull and interior colour, as well as an upgrade to a fuel injected engine. Kavalk #45 is being done to a high standard and makes for a beautiful boat to be moored at your dock, shown in Classic boat shows, or driven to your favourite boating venues. This Canadian contemporary classic is desirable to those who love style, performance and high quality construction.
31 Feet 1986 Riva St Tropez
1986 Riva St Tropez powered by twin Crusader 454’s. This is a rare US Spec boat that was imported to the US when new. Most of the St Tropez’s that we we built were use in Europe. This boat has gone through a major overhaul last year having a brand new OEM interior installed as well as having the bottom freshly painted and the motors gone through to make sure everything is turn key. The boat comes with full cover.
20' 6" Feet 1910 Chestnut Canoe Launch
THE LAUNCH • 1910 Chestnut Canoe Launch • St. Lawrence 2 hp, one cylinder engine, Brockville, Ontario • Purchased by Roy Simpson, Carols grandfather, from Mr. Stevens, an executive of the Dennis Canadian Lumber Company in Whitney, Ontario in about 1919. • The launch carried three generations of the Simpson family across the waters of her home, Long Lake, near Whitney, Ontario first generation from 1919 to 1942. • During World War II, Simpson family vacations in Whitney were put on hold. • Second generation of the Simpson family, Geary Simpson, Carols father started camping in Whitney, Ontario and using the launch in 1952, Carol Simpson was 6 years old. • The Launch was stored in a boat house on the river with a hoist to take her up out of the water at the end of the summer. After the war, a higher dam was built across the river, and this raised the level of the water so much that it covered The Launch. Carols’ father and grandfather rescued The Launch from the bottom of the Madawaska River in Whitney, Ontario. With a lot of time and love for The Launch she was brought back to life. Luckily, the ca. 1910 engine was still in production at the St. Lawrence Engine Company in Brockville, Ontario. In 1955 The Launch was back on the lake for the first time since its submersion in the boathouse. • Due to the difficulty of moving The Launch from the basement of the Simpsons cabin The Launch was put in storage in 1961 while Carols’ father, Geary Simpson pondered alternative ways to launch her. In 1968, Carol’s grandfather died. Her father was making plans to bring The Launch out of storage just shortly before her father passed away in 1982. • Third generation of the life of The Launch started in 1983 with Carol Simpson and her husband Doug Williams traveling to Whitney. They discovered dry rot in the hull and was determined to move the boat out of the damp basement and to look for a knowledgeable restorer. Two years later, after many long hours of repairing and rebuilding and some remanufacturing pieces The Launch was transformed and ready to begin her third life in July of 1985. • “The Launch” fell into the hands of Rick Gardner after the death of Carol Simpson in August 2016.
19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
1937 19' Custom runabout Complete Bow to Stern documented restoration (2021) 5200 Bottom , Clawson restored Gauges,New upholstery 2022 Rebuilt motor Less then 5 hours on the water,Pristine condition
28'1" Feet 1972 Chris-Craft Commander
These boats were designed specifically as heavily built deep-V offshore fishing rigs for rough water. Chris-Craft built these to compete against Bertram and only produced 75 hulls from 1971 - 1973. As a classic fiberglass boat it has been extensively restored to become a perfect lake cruiser. The design provides a large flat cockpit area for entertaining with the twin engines below. The complete restoration of the teak and holly cabin has a tuck and roll lounge, entertainment galley and lower helm. The V berth provides a sleeping / storage cabin with a stand up porta potty & closet. The fly bridge second helm gives a clear view for all day cruising. Specifications Length - 28'1" Beam - 11'1" Draft - 30 1/2" Wt Dry - 8236 lbs Power - 2 Chris-Craft 350 small block V-8s 2016 Restorations 1- Rebuilt 307engines to 350 ,estimated hp -250 each 2- Rebuilt transmissions 3- New shafts and props 4- Complete repaint inside and out with bright white with a quality epoxy 5- Professional complete restoration of cabin, galley and V - berth 6- Brought Up to current safety requirements. 7- 2016 Complete restoration records Over $150K invested.
19' Feet 1962 Chris Craft Continental
Purchased from a friend a year ago who had spent 6 or 8 years restoring boat and engine. There was a photo album that was created to document the process but the USPS lost it in shipping. Gorgeous looking and sounding. Moving south and cannot keep.
28 Feet 1966 Lyman Sportsman
Boathouse kept in the fresh water of the St. Lawrence River all its life. In Bristol condition and ready for a new owner. Saint sports varnished teak decks and cockpit sole, spacious arrangement, large engine cover cushions, immaculate upholstery, dinette, convertible galley, a head, 2 Garmin GPS', trim tabs, and updated Borg Warner gauges. The original engines were replaced with twin 5.7L V8 Crusaders 325hp with MPI fuel injection. The ultimate river cruiser and commuter for all weather conditions!
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
Copperhead, a 1955 21 foot Chris Craft Capri, special ordered with the same 285 hp Hemi available in the 21 foot Cobra (confirmed by the build sheet and engineering data from Mariner’s Museum). The boat is restored with some improvements over the original. 5200 laminated sides, deck and transom with all original wood. 5200 bottom. Mahogany ceiling planks (replaced vinyl covered hardboard) and mahogany dash (replaced vinyl covered wood). Hemi engine rebuilt, dynoed at 300 hp. Instruments, carbs, generator, water pump and voltage regulator all rebuilt. New wiring harness. New aluminum fuel tank & sending unit with electric fuel pump and water separator. New rudder (larger than original for more responsive steering at low speed). New propeller and propeller shaft. Original Chrysler Hemi shop manuals, 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.
24 Feet 1962 Lyamn Sleeper Hardtop
An original Lake George Lyman, sold new by Harris Bay Marina in 1962, this boat has had only had 3 owners. Over 1200 hours were spent on its 2018 restoration. A new Mercruiser 260HP V8 was installed, and all wiring and accessories were also replaced. During the restoration, several bottom planks were replaced, as well as any needed side planks and frames. The original Okume decks and gunwales were replaced with solid mahogany boards, now showing a deep shine. All of the original hardware was rechromed at a cost of over $6,000. This example has not only the highly desirable hardtop, but also has a large sliding sunroof; which has a recovered vinyl top and freshly varnished underside. The mahogany interior has been entirely refinished with 12 coats of varnish. The floors have been recovered with Nautolex. A 2022 refresh included new hull side paint, bottom paint and varnish and full tune up. The boat is berthed in an enclosed boathouse and has been lightly used on Lake George since its 2018 refurbishment and has ~200 hours since its restoration and new motor.
25 Feet 1906 Elco Open Launch
"Willow" was built by the Electric Launch Company in Bayonne, NJ in 1906 and bears Hull Number 283. She was purchased by her current owners in 2019 and had just gone through a full, comprehensive restoration. During the restoration process, she was repowered with a modern Elco 3HP, 24V electric drive and controls. Silent and comfortable cruising, running between 6-8mph. A traditional canvas awning, or "surrey top", has been added and her brightwork has been recoated and maintained as needed. "Willow" is an outstanding piece of early motor boating history and is easy to operate with her modern electric drivetrain.
21' Feet 1937 Chris-Craft
Full Restoration by Cadilac Boat Shop with a West no soak bottom, new decks and transom. All chrome and instruments redone. Has new correct cloth covered wiring and new stainless top feed fuel tank. Safety items updated include: Safety glass in all windows, fused electric circuits, electric bilge pump, and water seperater/fuel filter. Boat is powered by a Christ-Craft 283/350 V8 with less than 150 hrs, custom trailer with twin axles and surge disc brakes, full waterline cover and docking cover. Pictures of restoration along with historical documents such as original shipping and insurance papers included. This boat has received multiple awards including best restored utility at the 2010 ACBS International Bay Harbor show
30 Feet 1967 Lyman
La Lee is by far, one of the nicest Lyman 30's around today. She has been immaculately maintained and is in near perfect condition. With her wide beam and large cockpit, this is a perfect boat to entertain on. Having been maintained by Lyman-Morse over the past couple of years, LA LEE is a beautiful turn-key, retrofitted picnic boat. Engines run strong. Boat is available to be seen at any time year-round. Yard Trailer included.
26' Feet 1990 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit
A beautiful modern Classic, with no soak bottom. Built in 1990 and completely redone in 2017. This included strip and refinish of the entire boat, no wood replacement was needed according to a survey. The engine was rebuilt. A total mechanical overhaul was done in May 2022. Brand new custom Bow Thruster, New Auto Bilge, New Garmin 10" GPS w/ touch screen and Active Captain, New 4 Blade Bronze Vibe Free Prop, 40 Gallon Fuel Capacity, Built in Fresh Water Flush System, 12 Volt- 2 new batteries with switch. Powered by a Crusader 350, 270hp with 130 hours.
19 Feet 1970 Chris Craft XK-19 Super Sport
This is a very rare original muscle boat - 1970 Craft XK-19 Super Sport. These stunning boats are among the rarest Sport Boats by Chris Craft. A cast of heavy hand laid Fiberglass with deck glass to hull. Professionally restored from stem to stern with no detail overlooked. Everything was restored to original design and colour, making this a truly restored classic boat. The original Chris Craft (Chevrolet) FLV 302 engine has been freshly rebuilt. A custom trailer with matching paint and customer rollers to cradle the boat is included. Do a quick search and you will find out why the XK-19 is "the sexiest boat every built" This 1970 XK 19 Super Sport is in excellent condition, very limited number manufactured and is extremely rare!
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
This boat received a $100,000 restoration in 2010 from the bottom up of which all receipts and documentation are available. New West System no soak bottom, all new black and gold interior, and rebuilt Chrysler 331ci 200hp Hemi. Fresh water only with low hours and always stored inside! Comes with a custom double axle trailer with disc brakes. Last in the water and running summer of 2022.
25 Feet 1930 Dodge Model 25A Triple Cockpit Runabout
One of only a handful of Dodge Model 25A Runbouts left in existence, and optioned with the larger Lycoming inline-8 165hp engine. The 25 foot triple offers an attractive deck layout, roomy cockpits, and dual windshields too protect passengers from wind and spray. The larger Lycoming engine recorded top speeds of 38mph, emphasizing Dodge's keenness for speed and progressive styling. This example was restored in the late 1980's and is now ready for a full cosmetic restoration once again. Minor woodwork required on the decks, hull planking and framework appears very sound. Chrome and interior should clean up well and new cockpit hidem is included to match. The 165hp Lycoming engine has been run and winterized. We believe this to be an easy restoration project that will yield a very desirable finished product.
21 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri
This is one of the nicest 21 Capri's you will find. It has had a bottom up restoration with no expenses spared. The seller is the second owner (22 years). The first owner purchased boat from Irwin Marine lake Winnipesuakee. 2 ACBS Best of Show Awards , 97 best Chris Craft ACBS Marque award, plus other first place awards. The boat has a Chris Craft MBL158 hp original 6 Volt engine and transmission. Âll rebuilt by Drake Engines , Rochester NY,. There are aprox 20-25 hours on engine since rebuild. Gauges redone by Kocian Instruments Depere Wi. Show Level chrome by Circle Polishing Plating, Newburyport Ma. 5200 bottom restoration By George Baker, antique custom boat wood restoration Tuftonboro ,NH. Upholstery by Rollins Custom upholstery Wolfeboro NH. Boat restoration by The Olde Boat House, antique and classic boat restoration Wolfeboro NH. Trailer Eagle single axel with new tires. Boat has always been kept in a boat house both before and after restoration. Reason for selling is at 86 my body is telling me that i am too old to get in and out of the boat and it is time for a new owner to enjoy.
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. A file with documentation, literature, and service history is also included. This is a desirable model that is very fairly priced.
36 Feet 2019 Custom Display Trailer filled with Outboards, Oil Cans, Toy Boats and more
Trailer is 36' long custom built. Bought brand new 2019 has been outside a total of three days since purchase. It has always been store inside since I purchased and built it out. It has a tool box, air compressor with hose reel, retractable drop light. Custom cabinets. Custom motor racks, Air conditioning, checkerboard floor, LED lights. 12volt system with charger. It is s triple axle torsion bar trailer. Absolutely turn key There are 69 outboard motors in it. All motors are in perfect running condition. They all have new ignition, carburetors rebuilt and new water pumps and gear cases serviced. All turn key. The motors are run every 6 months. There are 42 oil cans, grease tubes, fishing rods, lights hardware ect. A inventory sheet is available. There are 41 model boats 43 model toy motors and accessories. Most have a original boxes. Boats are from the 1940's, 1950's. They are all in perfect running condition with a percentage that came with lights that operate. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED!
1936 22' Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Delivered to Minnetonka Marine, Wayzata, MN 5/22/36. I am the 4th owner since and have owned since 2012. History of prior owners known. Always freshwater in the upper midwest seeing summer only use. Over last 10 years has been in the water 6 summers, always on a covered lift and has been in storage for the last 3 years. Would estimate total hours during my ownership at 50 hours. Boat in near-perfect condition with only imperfections being a few cracks in the steering wheel and a small area of varnish cracking near the rear motor hatch border (shown in pics). Hull/deck finish excellent, leather seating, all instruments working. 5200 bottom by Bottoms-Up, Steve Bunda in 2012. Records available, but included new frame sections 1-14, transom frame, keel and chines replacement ( a few photos of process available). Bottom is inner marine ply, outer mahogany planks CPES treated. Silicon bronze fastenings. Engine (original) rebuild (original Chrysler Crown, type C, M1-2155. Have inventory of all work and replacement parts.
35'10" Feet 1933 Robinson Seagull Commuter
"Isabella" is an undisputed Queen of the Water, a stylish, well-kept and top-notch nearly 90-year-old. She is also one of three John Hacker-designed commuters. In the 1930s, she ran from Mt. Clemens, Michigan, to downtown Detroit, carrying her then-owner to work. At the start of World War II, she was commandeered by the US Navy to assist in the border patrol efforts and patrolled from Mackinac Island to Detroit. When I found her in 1983, she still had a gun mount on the front deck and a big siren on the roof. (I gave the siren to a friend. He turns it on when the Detroit Red Wings score a goal.) I purchased her at auction in 1983 and was bidding against a junk dealer at a time when old wooden cruisers were often burned. "Isabella" was lucky to have landed in the yard with my boat repair business. I'm her third owner, and luckily we were all carpenters. The bottom is your speedboat style, solid and 80-90% original. The riveted oak construction has kept it in excellent shape. The rest of the boat is African mahogany. She can run with the top on as a tri-cabin motor yacht, or with the top of off as a runabout .Robinson boats were deemed the Stradivarius of boats. I've kept her in a boathouse, under cover for her entire life. Paint and varnish are all fresh. She wins every show, not because of me, but because her lines, craftsmanship and provenance speak to it all.
32' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Vintage Express Cruiser
This boat is in emaculate condition. It just won a 2nd place overall trophy for "Best in Class" at Keels and Wheels in Seabrook, Texas. Please refer to the following web site for pricing, photos and additional information. https://www.galatiyachts.com/yachts/details/2780800/1957/chris-craft/32-vintage-express-cruiser/
27 Feet 1922 Fay & Bowen Long Deck Launch
This beautiful Fay & Bowen launch was a grey wreck in a field when she was rescued and restored in the early 2010s. Thought to be Hull #696, she had 54 ribs and most of her side planks replaced and coated in 3M 5200, giving her a "no soak" bottom. Engine recently received valve work and runs well. Boat used every season and was last in the water in 2022. In summer, she lives under a covered boat lift, and in winter in a covered lumber shed. Sale includes two wicker launch chairs (pictured), the trailer, mooring cover, Floe canopied boat lift and float & roll, numerous engine parts. A beauty in and out of the water, she's ready for her next century of enjoyment!
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 1982 Grand Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Beautiful mahogany finish, very well maintained and always kept in a boathouse. Recently vanished with new 5200 bottom and engine upgrades in 2017. Includes full waterline cover and tandem axle trailer. Includes a custom made dietrick convertible top. Perfect boat for cruising in. Needs nothing and is ready to be used this year.
30 Feet 1964 Lyman Boat Works Islander Hardtop
Well cared-for, big and sturdy, this Lyman is the quintessential boat for heavy seas or cruising around lakes or rivers with 10 or more guests. Her twin 250 Challengers deliver maximum power when needed but purr nicely for the evening cocktail cruise. The aft deck offers ample space for those who wish to sit in the sun, while five bench seats are sited under the hard top for protection. The cuddy cabin is clean and spacious with a portable potty, good for short overnight excursions by the Captain and crew. The only thing this beautiful big Lyman needs is a refinishing of the teak decks. Otherwise, she is immaculate and ready to take your family for a cruise..
30 Feet 1972 Lyman Islander Sedan Flybridge
•1972 Islander sedan with fly bridge. One of only 5 sedans models Hull # L1077 last 30 ft hull laid •Original twin 250hp 340cubic inch raw water chrysler engines rebuilt 2010 low hours •Vernalift marine mufflers installed •rubber transmission to drive shat doughnuts installed •3kw Westerbeke generator (new water pump impeller installed July 2020 boat rewired new 110 volt system with breaker panel •5000btu Flagship marine air conditioner •survey done by Hagerty marine insurance 2022 •new fuel pumps,impellers,fuel filters installed July 2020 •distributors replaced with new Mallory electronic ignition •galvanic isolator protected shore power •raw water and fresh water wash down installed •decks and transom revarnished 2020 •bottom painted 5/2022 •professionally maintained by same mechanic/boat smith for the past 10 years contact available •galvanized Loadmaster custom built 3 axle trailer built by Loadmaster-Sandusky Ohio
19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Racer
1937 19' Chris Craft Racer stretched to 21' by Wayne Mocksfield in 1997 to include new 5200 bottom, new decks, frames, transom, and topsides. Modified with custom rolled decks, rear cockpit windshield, leather interior and Cal Connell Cadillac 300 hp V8. Cover and like new Vantage aluminum tandem trailer. Fast combined with superb craftsmanship all in excellent condition.
22 Feet 1951 Chris-Craft Custom Sedan
My Chris-Craft arrived at Dockside Boatworks in Easton, MD in Nov 2017 to begin a total restoration of the hull. All new mahogany bottom, transom frames were followed by a 2-ply 5200 bottom and transom and 2 coats of epoxy bottom paint. New hand trimmed mahogany planks were glued with 5200 and screwed to new white oak battens. Boat was flipped and 2 coats of CC red paint applied to all interior wood services. The 2-ply deck seams were cleaned, caulked and received 12 coats of professionally applied varnish, along with the topsides and transom. Interior "ceiling" planks and floor boards were done by owner. A new marine-grade fuel tank was installed, and motor was re-installed in the boat. After the motor was installed in the boat and test run, some water was found in the bilge. This came from unseen micro cracks in the motor!! This began a complete tear-down and replacement of engine parts, including all new manifolds, block and a total rebuild! All problems were eventually fixed, and the boat performed well on its final video-recorded water test. [PRICE REDUCED TO $69,000 in May 2022 - motivated seller!]
27 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Semi Enclosed
Very nice fully restored boat with replaced 5200 bottom. Pictures of restoration are available. Engines have been fully rebuilt. New shafts and props. Bulkhead was added forward end of engines for comfort and stability. The boat has the original brown teak looking flooring. Engines have just been refreshed winter 2015/2016. The boat was in the Summer of 2021.
21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport
One of only 125 21' Super Sport models built between 1964 and 1967. This 1965 model bears hull ID CUD-21-0020 making her the 20th Super Sport out of 40 built in 1965. All original wood from the waterline-up, fully stripped and refinished in 2021. The original Chris Craft 327cid, 210hp V8 has only 480 hours since new and runs excellent. The interior was meticulously matched using SMS materials and re-upholstered as original. A brand new, no-soak 5200 bottom has just been installed as well. Chrome, gauges, and all other aspects in very nice condition. She is complete with a custom trailer and ready to enjoy this season! Trailering cover and mooring cover also included.
22 Feet 1956 Greavette Streamliner
Designed by Douglas Van Patten and built by Greavette Boats of Gravenhurst, ON, the Streamliner was an attractive and quick hard-chined planing design; a blend of modern bottom design and traditional styling. This 22 footer was custom ordered with the curved windshield and soft top option, which is believed to have only been used on 4 boats. Many Streamliners were equipped with an S-Cockpit design with a 2/3 front bench seat, while this example was fitted with a split front seat with a walkthrough, which is quite versatile. The current owner purchased the boat around 2006 and had the varnish refreshed as well as new interior upholstery and chrome. The original Buchanan engine ran well and the boat has been in inside storage for the last 8 years. The traditional bottom still appears to be in fair condition with some time left on the clock before requiring attention. Kept in the Muskoka region for her entire life.
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 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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. In 2020, she received a new bottom, ribs, wiring, fuel system, tiller, throttle control, top and upholstery.
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.
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 turnkey 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.
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.
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 comprehensive restoration, completed in January 2022. 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.
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 exists. 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 and 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 in a matter of months. [Price reduced to $79,900 by a motivated seller - any reasonable offer will be entertained!]
28 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!
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.
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.
28 Feet 2004 Richard Speas Launch
28' Classic Rum Runner built for a museum by the late Richard Speas. Built of slid Butternut,Oak, Mahogany and Walnut. Has to be seen in person for a true appreciation.
36 Feet 1971 Grand Banks Classic 36
This Classic 26 has been under single ownership for the last 15 years, and she was purchased from the original owner at that time. It is in the yard at Ventura, CA for restoration that is 95% complete. Seller is looking to downsize and pass this boat on to another capable custodian. It has twin diesels with fuel consumption of 3 gallons per hour at 1500rpm and 8 kts boat speed. Engines are in running condition. One of the last wood Grand Banks built.
18 Feet 1967 Slickcraft
This boat has been completely and lovingly restored. It has been in the same family since it was purchased new in 1967. Its time it went to a new home with a family that can appreciate the quality and beauty of this classic craft. Its been completely restored from the deck up. All new componets including Fusion stereo, Raymarine gps, Standard VHF, New Seats, Decks, Bimini, Trailer and Paint.
38-1/2 Feet 1931 J.K. Farrow Union Bay Seattle
Beautiful Teak and Mahogany Registered Maritime Vessel. Commissioned by Marie de Vries, (Professor of Ballet and posthumous scholarship at Washington State University). Voted "One of the 10 best places to kiss in the 'Pacific NorthWest' Magazine" Full boat cover. Used every summer. Very well maintained.
38 Feet 1931 Matthews Double Cabin Cruiser
This extraordinary 1931 Matthews 38' double cabin cruiser is ready for summer getaways, and sleeps six. The elegant Dowager is structurally better than new thanks to a 2001 restoration by master boatwrights at Cayuga Wooden Boatworks in Ithaca, NY. Dowager’s interior was restored to its original art deco charm, new systems installed, and the hull was rebuilt from the deck down. The result is a 1931 show boat that looks like it was caught in a time capsule, with modern systems and a safe, strong hull for confident cruising. Dowager’s 1999 - 2001 rebuild/restoration: 132 white oak ribs (all) keel shaft log horn timber stem knee stringers engine beds covering boards transom all planks below waterline some topside planks cedar tongue & groove forward deck planking painted canvas deck covering Silicon bronze fasteners were used throughout All Dowager’s systems are new as of 2002: engine controls electrical panels shore power wiring plumbing heads tanks shower refrigeration propane The 100 hp 1988 Westerbeke diesel engine was cleaned and reinstalled on shock absorbing mounts on new engine beds. The restoration mission was to make the Dowager safe and comfortable with modern amenities but keep it as original as possible. The boat's insured replacement value is $600,000 due to the scope and quality of the restoration. Dowager has original beveled mirrors and bronze hardware. There are cleverly hidden modernizations like the SeaFrost refrigeration system adapted to the original icebox. The shower in the forward head has hot and cold water pressure. Dowager’s hull is extremely fair and true to its lines with no hogging, deformation, loose or proud planking. The interior is in showroom condition with doors and trim well varnished and all other surfaces painted white. There is no cracking or peeling paint. The boat is kept undercover in a boathouse year round, preserving its impeccable condition. This vessel has been meticulously and professionally maintained since its 2001 restoration. Summer of 2016 maintenance included annual bottom paint and varnish (including transom). This boat is for the discerning buyer who wants to own a classic wooden yacht that's been restored to its fullest potential. The Dowager is ready for extended cruising, elegant parties, and charmed days summer.
22 Feet 2001 Minett Shields Runabout
This is a faithful reproduction of the 1931 22' Minett Shields runabout. She was expertly constructed by Williams Boatworks in 2001. The boat has no plywood and is built as close to original as possible with cedar planking, oak frames, and beautiful mahogany decks. Minett Shields was a highly regarded boatbuilder in the 1920's & 1930's based in Bracebridge, ON. The boat is in concours condition and needs absolutely nothing. She is a strong runner and performs very well. It boasts white Italian leather upholstery, chrome plated Minett Shields bronze hardware, a tonneau cover, and a fuel injected Mercruiser engine.
24 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout Upswept deck
1930 24' Chris-Craft Triple Cockpit is a must see! She is fully restored with modern power for reliability. No expense was spared in her restoration, and every detail was painstakingly attended to from the upholstery to the book matched mahogany on her hull sides. She comes with a full custom cover and a tandem axle trailer. Other Details: Complete Professional restoration completed July 2013 No-Soak Bottom, Book Matched Mahogany Hull Sides All Chrome Re-Chromed New Gauges Tandem Axle Trailer Full Custom Boat Cover. MOTIVATED SELLER. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED.
21 Feet 2011 Clarion Gentlemen's Racer
The unfinished basic hull was purchased by the owner from Clarion boat manufacture in Canada. The boat was then finished in honduron mahogany and outfitted with all power fittings in a style representative of the 1930’s. The engine and transmission where completely rebuilt at the time of the build. The gauges are new from classic instruments and the speedometer runs off gps and records miles or km. The boat responds well in handling and is quick out of the water and stable at all speeds
21 Feet 1940 Duke Sedan
This boat was a very original barn find boat. It went through a full restoration to include new ribs, and new lapstrake bottom. Transom, Hull sides and decks are original. Top end of engine was rebuilt in 2019. This a rare example of an early forties Duke sedan that has been restored to original specs. Comes on a tandem axle trailer.
31.5 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser
Rare 1941 Model. Few made as Chris Craft switched to WW2 production the next model year. Cool large crank windows. Extensive rebuild.History of my 1941 Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser (as best I can surmise): I believe it to have been delivered late 1941 because I discovered this inscription under the galley counter when doing some repairs. It was originally purchased by a family in Nashville who used it on the Tennessee River. I had contact with some of the children of the owner who recalled wonderful times on the boat. Subsequently, it was purchased by an attorney in Washington DC, I believe in the 1960s. It was then purchased from his estate in 2011 by a broker who specialized in antique boats. He drove the boat from Columbia Island Marina to Colonial Beach VA with no problems. He kept it in a heated boat shed there with the intention of restoring her. He decided due to his age and resources to sell her. I purchased it from him in 2012. There was some serious repairs required and the broker hooked me up with an experienced restorer and Master Boatwright. He is an excellent job using Philippine mahogany. It took eight months of his exclusive time and $55,000. I visited on numerous occasions and installed new electronics and updated some mechanical and electrical systems. I drove her from Deale MD to Plymouth MA in May of 2013. The boat ran perfectly. Since then I have made continual upgrades and restorations. So, I believe I am the third owner/user of the boat. I have looked extensively and have never found any other surviving boat of this model.
42 Feet 1986 Carver Motor Yacht
A distinctive yacht with her stylish cabin windows, aggressive bridge overhang, and reversed radar arch, the 42 Motor Yacht was Carver's first attempt at the big-boat market...and what a success! She sold very well during her production years and remains popular today in the pre-owned market thanks to a roomy, well-arranged and cavernous floorplan. She's built on a conventional modified-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom. There were two floorplans available...this is the one without a dinette, providing a larger galley and guest head forward, and a larger guest stateroom with a centerline berth. The salon offers a huge feel for a 42-footer and with her wrap around windows offers a panoramic view allowing an abundance of natural light in. While most were built with a lower helm to port, this one was not, allowing more room in the salon for lounging and entertaining. The aft deck offers space for table and chairs, protected with the hard top, while the bridge has enough comfortable seating for six. Her well-arranged engine room has more than adequate space for getting around, and is accessed via fold up steps from the galley area. She's powered by Mercruiser 454-cid gas engines. While no speed demon, she'll cruise comfortably at about 13-15 knots while reaching a top speed of just over 18 knots. The owner cruises this vessel in the fresh waters of the Upper Chesapeake Bay around 20-50 hours every year. While she makes an excellent condo on the water, she hasn't been sitting still like many of her sister ships!
19 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Silver Arrow
This Chris Craft is one of the finest example of a Silver Arrow that is on the market today. They only produced 92 hulls of this model in all and this is hull # 80. In 2017 the restoration was started and finished in 2018. This boat is all original which makes it more rare and collectible. It has all the original wood and fiberglass in the hull ,it was restored back to factory specifications on all aspects of the boat engine,hull,interior,gauges, chrome, mechanical parts ,it is as close to factory delivery as possible. In 2018 at the ACBS international boat show it received a Gold award in the original condition class, this tells the story on what the boat is like. It would fit in any collection or just show and use. It's a real head turner,so be ready to talk about it. Many more photos on request. Also has a full cover included.
30 Feet 1969 Lyman Express Cruiser
Year: 1969 Mfg: Lyman Model: Express Cruiser Lgth: 30’ Hull# LC-1093 Restored Y/N - date: Bottom – Original N – Bottom Re-done date: 11-2001 Condition: Use scale 1-10 with 1 as worst and 10 as concours: Wood: 8 Finish: 8 Chrome: 7 Gauges: 7 Upholstery: 8 Boat Comments: Come 2019 she will be 50, she still turns heads. In 1969 Lyman only produced 10 of these boats. Engine Information: Engine Mfg: Twin Chrysler Model:318 HP:225 Hours: 205.5 hrs since rebuilt Rebuilt: Yes - date: 4-2011 Engine Comments: sweet sounding Optional Equipment: I have a three ring binder including the build spec sheet of what all have been done to this soon to be 50 year old girl. Boat was originally owned by Harold Schott, Harold was the brother of Walter Schott. Walter was married to Marge Schott owner of the Cincinnati Reds. In 1969, the Schott brothers were part owners of the Lyman Boat Company. This boat was shipped to Schott Buick in Norwood, Ohio and spent two seasons on the Ohio river. It's original name was "Tippy's Canoe". Tippy was Harold's girlfriend. I have more history of this boat also. I have the "spec sheet dated 6-20-1969 she is 30' in length 10'9" Beam Draft 2'7" Freeboard Forward 4'1" Freeboard Aft 3'5" Aft Cockpit Length 10'6" Headroom 6'1" Twin Chrysler's 225 205.5 hrs Twin 50 gals Alu. fuel tanks (newer) New teak deck (2014, $23,000) A/C Ship to Shore Power w/ battery charger (new)/ 4 batteries (new) Custom Canvas to cover entire deck plus many variations of usage ($10,000) Fresh water tank Standup Head & wash basin VHF Compass Galley Refrigerator Microwave Sink Trim Tabs Swim Platform & Ladder Engine Synchronizer plus much more She runs great serviced at least twice per year Stored inside during off season Triple axle trailer 3- Bilge pumps 2- Bilge blowers Stainless Steel Bow Rail Bunk Fill Platform & Cushions Compass Deadlight w/ chrome grill installed in Hatch Aft Deck Vinyl Covered Cabin Deck Holly Teak Drapes, Cabin windows Hatch Screen Docking Lights Aft Cockpit lights Transom Boarding Ladder Pressure water system Screen in Bulkhead Teak Swim Platform Cabin Top Hard Wood with side curtains, vinyl covered 2- Electric Windshield wipers Companion Seats Fog Bell Stern Flag Staff 1- Fuel measuring stick Towel bar & Paper holder Gasoline Fume Detector Hull #LC1093 Trailer Specs: Included with Boat : Yes Mfg: Ron’s Trailer Inc. Year: 2010 # Axles: 3 Brakes: Yes (but never used) Trailer Comments: repainted 2018
22 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Runabout
Model 22-30 Runabout from first production year. This is the 14th built according to sources and the 3rd oldest known to exist. She was sold new by Fitzgerald & Lee of Alexandria Bay, NY. She was comprehensively restored on the west coast by one of the best in the business. Ready for evening cocktail cruises, or take it on the ACBS show circuit; this is one of the finest 22 footers we have seen. New West System no-soak bottom, new sides, new decks, engine entirely rebuilt from the crankshaft out, converted to 12V for easy starting. Complete with full cover and custom fitted trailer.
19 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Custom
This unique “Custom Runabout” (produced from 1935 to 1938) was the only year produced with each cockpit dimensionally identical. This “Custom” was professionally restored from bow to stern, including bottom and transom frame replacement. The bottom was restored utilizing traditional methods, with the exception of a new material replacing the canvas between the inner and outer planks. The complete deck was replaced and 90% of the freeboard planking was restorable. The instruments are original and were restored by Clawson Classic Instruments. All the “Custom’s” hardware (brass and stainless steel) was restored and polished. The original steering wheel was replaced with and a banjo style wheel. The original model “LC” 128hp was replaced with a rebuilt Chevy 350, 285hp.engine. The boat wiring was replaced meeting ABYC standards. This “Custom” does not require any pre-swelling and is a 50 MPH runner. The boat is also in the water now and can be shown at any time.
26 Feet 1927 Clive Brown Long Deck Launch
One of Muskoka's premier builders, Clive Brown built a number of the area's finest custom boats over a 30 year period. This 26 foot launch is a fairly early example of his work and demonstrates is astute attention to detail and quality of craftsmanship. The boat has been maintained to a high degree with much work completed between 2013 and 2015 - more detail available. A traditional Muskoka-style launch perfect for entertaining or rounding out a discerning collection. A 4 cylinder Chris Craft model B engine was installed in 2017, drives smoothly through the water at about 20 mph. The cockpit has seating for 6 and a navy top and boat also includes a custom fitted aluminum trailer. Motivated seller - this boat would be perfect to round out a serious collection!
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket
Show ready boat that we can guarantee will turn heads. This is the first time this boat has been restored to 100% accurate including the factory correct plaid interior. It also has a 5200 bottom. It is powered by a Model K 95HP Flat Head 6 Cylinder Engine and ready to go
22 Feet 1931 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
One of only eight model 22-35 Triple Cockpit Runabouts built in 1931! Two of these models are known to exist today. This 22 foot Gar Wood is in excellent condition and shows very well. Older restoration, kept on a lift and used sparingly. Replaced, no-soak bottom, excellent topsides, nice chrome and interior. Originally powered by a 125hp Chrysler Imperial 6cyl engine. Currently powered by a similar-era Chrysler 6cyl. This boat was built in 1931, but was not sold and delivered until 1934. She was titled and subsequently registered as a 1934 model. Awarded "Best Gar Wood" at Skaneateles 2018.
22" Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This Chris Craft Triple Cockpit is believed to be the last one made. The current owner has owned the boat since 1990. The boat has a West System bottom installed and also around the same time it had a Crusader 350 engine. The seat cushions and upholstery have been replaced and are in very good condition.
24'6 Feet 1986 Custom Built Sport Racer
Hull built by Gerard Longtin. Cabin and decks completed 1986 by Andress Boat Works in Ontario. The hull has two ¼” layers of moulded mahogany plywood using an epoxied saturation technique. Decks and interior are solid mahogany. It has a modified vee hull, cuddy cabin and seating for six. Inboard gas engine has a downdraft carburetor and flame arrestor. The instrument panel has a tachometer, temperature, oil pressure, volt, speedometer and fuel gauges. It has a custom wood steering wheel and a single lever throttle control with trim tab functions. The boat has always been sheltered during ownership. In 2017 a light sanding and a fresh coat of varnish was applied, the hull was also touched up and regular engine maintenance was performed. Ready for the boating season. A “Marine Condition and Valuation Survey” was carried out April 12, 2016 and is available for review for those expressing interest. Complete with a cover and custom fitted trailer.
20 Feet Century Sea Maid
Very desirable sea maid. rare boat only a few hundred ever made. Good varnish, bottom is tight, structurally the boat is outstanding. Roomy, comfortable, and fast. This boat needs nothing and could be enjoyed immediately by the next owner. Gray Fireball is a strong engine and runs great. Outstanding trailer ready for any road trip. short or long haul.
40 Feet 1930 Luders Commuter Yacht
This is a beautiful double stateroom Commuter Yacht with a completely rebuilt engine, repainted and varnished last year. She is boathouse kept year around. Forward stateroom has a large enclosed head with hot and cold running water, hanging locker & chest of drawers, and 4 berths. The aft stateroom has 2 berths, hanging locker and enclosed head.The galley has been updated and the icebox converted to 120 volts. She cruises at 12 knots burning only 2 1/2 gallons an hour. She is a beautiful yacht, reminiscent of the Wall Street Commuters of the 1920's and early 1930's.
22 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Beautifully restored 1930 Chris-Craft runabout with the upswept forward deck indicative of this model. Restoration work included a highly-detailed finish, re-upholstered cushions, a 5200 no-soak bottom, re-chromed hardware, a new rudder and steering box, and a new custom waterline cover. She is powered by a 1985 vintage rebuilt GM block 350 V8 with 375 HP and is ready to go cruising!
50' Feet 1968 Stephens Bros Boat Builders
1968 Stephens, custom built, pilot house cruiser. 50' length, 17' beam and 4.5' draft. Two new 350 hp Iveco turbo charged diesel engines, only 600 hrs since new. An Onan 10 kw diesel generator. Mahogany hull and interior finishes, very clean, no rot.Full galley, with full size fridge and freezer, propane stove and oven. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeps eight. Diesel furnace, hot water heat, plus electric and a wood stove. We have very comfortably lived on the boat for the past five years.
25 Feet 1937 Grew Utility
An early version of the Grew “Jolly Giant” design, this beauty has been owned by one family since she was built in 1937 at Jackson’s Point on Lake Simcoe, Ontario. The Golden Fleece has recently restored with a completely new hull, refreshed chrome fittings and a new engine in the form of a rebuilt Chrysler V8.
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.
30 Feet 1970 Arno Day Picnic Launch
This is a very special boat. She was born in Maine in 1970 by the famous builder Arno Day. Refurburished in 1984, New Bern, N.C. by the caring hands of two craftsmen who maticulously and majestically brought her back to life. I have now owned OFD for eight years and maintaine her beauty to a very very high standard. If you are burdened by head turns, applause,"thumbs up", smiles, and constant inquiries regarding her beauty...This is NOT the boat for you.
35' Feet 1968 Longton of Lachine, Quebec
Custom built by Longton, Quebec in 1968 with the hull and deck being constructed of double planked Honduran mahogany, then she was restored in 1990. The cabin top is constructed of fiberglass and aluminum and she's also equipped with a swim platform. She's powered by twin Mercruiser 454/330hp engines with TRS drives spinning stainless steel props. She is a deep V hull with a 39" draft. Equipped with 2 oversize aluminum fuel tanks as she originally built to run Miami-Nassau race. She sleeps 2 with sink, minifridge, head and ample storage, new stereo system also with teak flooring and vinyl interior. She will require some bottom work but the replacement value is $750,000 to $1,000,000 US. She is being sold as is where is, the owner is very motivated to sell and open to all offers!
22 Feet 1946 Chris-Craft U-22 Sportsman
Hull #22-U-067 was framed as part of the war effort and finished as a recreational vessel. Restored in 2017 with a complete stem-to-transom frame rebuild, new mahogany hull and upper deck, epoxy-embedded ribs, joints and bottom for strength and durability. All hardware was re-chromed. Interior upgraded for comfort and durability but in period style and look. Powered by a completely rebuilt 141 HP Chrysler Ace Marine engine and comes with a custom trailer. This roomy and desirable Sportsman Utility represents a fully-restored, like-new craft with a completely dry "no soak" hull. She was a fugitive from a burn pile but take a look at her now and you will not be disappointed! Seller will deliver up to 500 miles for free and $1.00 per mile over the 500.
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket Runabout
Here we have a fully restored 1953 17' Chris Craft Rocket Runabout. It has a 5200 bottom as well as custom made sealing panels which can be seen in the pictures. The boat is powered by a KBL 131HP 6 Cylinder Engine.
26 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Custom Cruiser
A rare and unique 26 Foot Gar Wood Custom Cruiser built in 1936. This model one of only 34 made and was number 32 of 34 in the series. The boat was originally delivered to Cleveland, Ohio in 1936. New lumber bottom to top with a West System bottom, all new wiring. A bow thruster assist the driver in docking. It has had several fresh coats of varnish recently and has a rebuilt Chevy engine offering 200HP. It is a solid 28 MPH boat.
24 Feet 1949 Greavette Sheerliner Sedan
Built by Greavette Boatworks of Gravenhurst in 1949, this Sheerliner Sedan model is absolutely gorgeous! Only 20 hours of use since here comprehensive restoration. New 5200, no-soak bottom, beautiful brightwork and refreshed chrome throughout. Unlike many other sedans, this boat features a hard-chine, planing bottom design which means she will get up and go! The perfect cruising boat, and quick enough to get you back to the dock when the wind kicks up. She has been repowered with a 350cid Mercruiser engine w/velvet drive transmission. Complete with hand-knotted rope fenders to match the original-look.
23 Feet Gentleman's Speedster
This is one of a handful of Golden Era Classics Gentleman's Speedsters that were imported from Australia. These boats are fun to drive and have a unique transom that might remind you of a slipper stern. The boat is very clean and will survey out nicely. It was built with a 454 engine and includes a velvet drive transmission. The lines of the boat are beautiful and it will handle all water nicely. The boat has never been in salt water and the owner would consider trades.
21 Feet 2005 Larson Falls Flyer Reproduction
This is a beautiful reproduction of a 1940 Larson Falls Flyer Inboard, of which only 5 were built! She was constructed based on an original hull that was too far gone for restoration. Authentically constructed with Alaskan yellow cedar strips, as original. Curves everywhere! These boats are known for their stylish torpedo shape. This example has been adequately powered with a 4.3L Marine Power V6 that will propel the boat to a comfortable 45mph.
26 Feet 1931 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout
The 26 foot Dodge runabouts truly unique with their sleek, low sheerline, custom hardware, Duesenberg steering wheels, and Lycoming engines. This example is all original and barn-fresh, ready for a comprehensive restoration. She is a worthy candidate and is one of only 3 known to exist today!
21 Feet 1895 Gas Engine & Power Company Launch
"Cathedral" was built in 1895 and was originally a naphtha launch powered by a steam type-engine, boiling a low grade gasoline called naphtha. The vapor would run through the engine similar to a steam engine. Her first home was in the San Francisco Bay area where she remained until 1924, at which time she was transported to Lake Tahoe. The original engine was removed after this point, and replaced with her current Union Marine engine. The boat was sold and moved to Fallen Leaf Lake in 1939. Subsequently, the owners sank her in 1951. She laid on the bottom in 60 feet of water until raised in 1972. The current owner restored the boat entirely over a 2 year period and she is quite a piece of history! Comes with a full album documenting her restoration and a custom-made trailer with a cradle to hold her.
38 Feet 1972 Venetian Water Taxi
This Venetian Water Taxi is made of mahogany and teak and is a fine example of its style. Due to financial problems of a hotel, this boat has not been in the water in 10 years. Structurally the boat is in very good condition, but does require cosmetics.
21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado
Beautiful 1961 Century Coronado! The Thoroughbred of Boats and the flagship model of the Century fleet! This fine example was professionally restored in 2012 and features a new, no-soak 5200 bottom, correct new upholstery has been installed, and a fully rebuilt Cadillac dual-quad engine powers this boat. One of the rarest Coronado models built and this one is a real show piece. The boat shows careful ownership and low hours over the years. The boat is located in Arizona and is always kept under cover.
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