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50 Feet 1926 Custom Salish Sea Rum Runner Bridge Deck Cruiser

Winning the “Best Classic” at the 2019 Seattle Opening Day parade, and pampered in covered moorage all her life, the Corsair II is truly a showstopper! With 45 years being cared for and cruised by the same loving owners, this one-of-a kind classic yacht is for sale. Newly surveyed with a freshly painted hull and topsides, the Corsair II is a widely admired classic that is ready to cruise. Fir below and cedar above the waterline over oak frames, teak decks and mahogany cabin. Ford-Lehman Diesel 135, cruising @10 knots, burns only 4 gals/hr; carries 325 gals. diesel, 125 gals water with propane stove/oven and propane/shore power refrigeration. 2 staterooms, 2 heads, wheelhouse/saloon & flybridge. More about the Corsair II- she’s custom designed by naval architect Leigh Coolidge and built in 1926 by Martinac in Tacoma for B. F. Jacobs, was a predicted log racer. Martinac Shipyard remains an active boat builder, yet built only four yachts. She appeared in Buffalo Marine Engine and Union Oil advertising, touting Jacobs’ skills winning races like the Olympia – Victoria “in 50 knot gales.” Bob Bryan who lived aboard for 17 years, and son Brandy , who grew up on the boat and is now a career naval officer acquired her in 1979. In 1986 they cruised to Vancouver to participate in the World’s Fair Maritime Exhibit. In 2001, fortuity came into play for Sally and Bob, when explaining the boat to neighbors, the lady said, “I’ve been on your boat and I dated a guy that was a live aboard. He had it beached on the ship canal. She provided photos as proof. The original owner’s grandnephew visited with stories of the boat’s 1920’s adventures, including the fact that she had been commissioned for mapping in Alaska. It brought dimension to vintage photos of fur coated men and women with rifles on deck and another shows the hull badly scraped having been sucked into a fish weir by current. When asked how she handles in rough seas, Bob says the obvious: “That’s what she was built for. She always comes back right side up”. Rumrunner? An old fisherman in Pender said: “I know your boat. She had a foot well in the afterdeck where those planks are strangely butted. When I was a kid guys from the Olmstead gang came in on her with women mad because they were drunk. The men left to find a bar. The women invited us aboard. We partied until the men returned and we ran like hell!” [Olmstead -Seattle Police Captain was convicted of tax evasion during Prohibition. His wife broadcast radio children’s’ stories which contained coded drop point messages.]

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.

21.5 Feet 1936 Greavette Custom Runabout

A spectacular example of the craftsmanship by Greavette Boatworks of Muskoka, Ontario; this "Special" 21.5 ' Runabout was built for Col. Moody, Vice President of Greavette Boats in 1936. She was one of only 6 hulls produced in this length. The uniqueness of this particular boat was that it was the only example with covered decks from the rear seat aft and was given "fancy upgrade" consisting of a custom windshield, steering wheel, instrument cluster and hardware. This rendition was named a "Custom", whereas all of the others were "Utility" hulls with an open rear cockpit and a motor box and standard hardware, basic instrument gauges and steering wheel. The boat was originally named "Rob Roy" after the Moody's two sons, Rob and Roy. Mr. Bruce Wilson, subsequent owner of Greavette Boats, acquired Rob Roy in the 1960's, replaced the original bottom and re-powered the boat with the current Chevrolet "327"cu.in. V8 engine. Rob Roy was purchased by Mr. R.E. McDermott, Port Carling ,ON , where it was boat housed at his summer cottage near Mortimer's Point, ON. The boat has been under the stewardship of her current owner since July of 1978. She was comprehensively restored in 1982-1983 with new decks, engine hatches, interior, dash, upholstery, floors, wiring, gauges, complete varnish and re-chrome and the boat was re-named "AliCat" after his daughter "Ali" and wife "Cathy". During the Fall of 2016 the "AliCat" underwent a refresh where she received a complete new transom and re-varnish of the decks and sides. She is in exceptional condition today and perfect example of a collectable, Canadian built classic!

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!

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

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