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23 Feet 1948 Ventnor Twin Engine Sport Runabout
An original Lake Minnetonka raceboat; Shazam was campaigned until 1955 and remained in storage until she was discovered in the late 1970's. Ventnor only made 6 of these twin engine Sport Runabouts and this is hull #6, the last of the production. Two others are known to exist, and only one other is on the water. She was completely restored in 2005 and turned many heads on the show circuit in 2006. The boat remains in wonderful, concours condition and is correct to original in every aspect. Powered by twin Gray Marine Fireball engines, she is capable of speeds up to 50 mph!
30 Feet 1967 U-12 Miss Budweiser Unlimited Hydroplane
Miss Budweiser, U-12, designed and built by hall of fame builder, Chuck Hickling. The last of the engine-forward unlimited hydroplanes. First campaigned as U-17, Tempus, and then as U-12 Miss Budweiser. Allison V-1710 12 cylinder engine, Fairlane gearbox w/multiple gears. She sits atop a custom tilt trailer with integrated 40 gal. fuel reserve. Boat and trailer were comprehensively rebuilt between 2003 and 2007. The boat was last raced in 2019 at Madison, IN and has also appeared in Detroit. This package is offered complete with a GMC Top Kick motorhome tow vehicle. Spares included!
29'6" Feet 2018 Riva-Reets Replica
This boat was built by Reetsboat Works in NY. The lines are taken loosely from a Riva Super Aquarama and measures a little over 29'. If you want to own a Riva at half the cost and with better stronger construction this is your boat. The bottom is a triple layer cold molded bottom with each layer being 7/8" thick and is protected by Carbon Fiber Kevlar. Sides and Decks are mahogany. Engines are barely broken in. Bow Thruster and Stern Thruster make this boat easy to drive and dock!! This boat was used in Lake George NY in 2019 and stored since. This is a turn key boat with great style and incredible craftsmanship. Sits on a custom built tri axle trailer that is the same year as the boat.
28 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Convertible Sedan
A Cadillac Phaeton motorcar for the water! This award-winning, 1930 28-foot Chris-Craft is the only Convertible Sedan built by Chris-Craft, as confirmed by the Chris-Craft archives at the Mariner’s Museum. Beyond being a triple cockpit mahogany beauty, her distinctive feature is the convertible hard top, purposely borrowed from the coupes and high-end motorcars of the era. The top was custom-made for the boat and is covered in period-correct Haartz cloth. Fully restored throughout, "Uncas" is powered by its original Chris-Craft Model A-120 V-8 engine, which offers 250 HP to push her along almost effortlessly. She comes atop a custom-fitted, tandem-axle road trailer. A truly one-of-a-kind piece of freshwater nautical history.
50 Feet 1983 Gentry American Eagle Marine
Gentry Turbo Eagle #9 is a 1983 Cougar Cat customized by American Eagle Marine for offshore powerboat racing. Powered by 4 - 1250 HP inboard racing engines coupled to 2 Gentry custom built surface piercing chain drives. Vessel is constructed of mahogany frames, sheeted with mahogany plywood fastened with epoxy and bronze screws. Exterior is covered with fiberglass cloth saturated with epoxy resin. This boat won the World Championship in 1987 and established a new world speed record of 148.238 in the same year. The engines were rebuilt after it was retired from racing. The boat comes with an extra Gentry surface drive as well. This is a serious race boat with well documented history that we can provide upon request. The trailer alone was appraised at 100,000.00. It's an unbelievable package. We have more pictures upon request!
42 Feet 1968 Trojan Motor Yacht
This 1968 Trojan has been comprehensively restored and a recent survey describes her to be in "Bristol" condition. Repowered with twin 454 Crusader engines and very low hours since completed. Well equipped and maintained.
55 Feet 1966 Baglietto Ischia Cruiser
Only 13 of this model were ever built. Custom built in Italy. Her hull is double planked African mahogany.
26 Feet 2016 Hacker Miss APBA Gentleman's Racer
John Hacker's "Miss APBA" is one of the most iconic Gold Cup Racer designs of the 1920's. It has become the gold standard for contemporary classic racers and this example is expertly executed. With the assistance of Fish Bros. Custom Boats in Queensbury, NY, this 26 footer is beautifully finished with all period-correct hardware, a unique flat-pane folding windshield, and a strong 502 cubic inch, 450hp Chevrolet engine. Only 30 hours of runtime since completion; this boat is still like-new. Sold complete with a custom built Searra tandem axle trailer.
28 Feet 1929 Gar Wood Model-40 Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1929 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout has been beautifully restored and is in excellent overall condition. Originally owned by the Hollenbeck family of Lake George, NY and later owned by the Freihofer family of MA, she spent much of her life following restoration in a private collection in the 1000 Islands region of NY. Full no-soak West system bottom and hull sides. The Model-40 Runabout, referring to its original spec-speed of 40-42mph, was offered with both Scripps and Kermath engine options. This example has been repowered with a Chrysler 440cid which runs great and pushes the boat along nicely. The clock-faced gauge panel completes her dash. A total of only 61 Model-40 Runabouts were built in 1929 and this example is pristine and ready to go!
26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Model 7 Upswept Triple Cockpit Runabout
The first of the true production Chris Craft models, the 26' Triple is one of the most desirable and iconic prewar runabouts. This 1929 Model-7 is very well documented and has been under single ownership for several decades. Originally delivered to Torch Lake, MI, she was owned by an attorney and quickly gained a reputation for being the fasted boat on the lake. She had 2 subsequent owners and stayed in the area until 1977. She was purchased by her current owner in the late 1980's and a full, correct restoration was completed on the boat with preservation in mind. In spite of her age, the boat spent much time in storage and her original wood was in excellent condition. The original A-70 engine still powers the boat today and she remains in show condition. A custom tandem axle trailer and full waterline cover are included. This boat has been shown and enjoyed. She is ready to go back on the show circuit.
25 Feet 2019 Kavalk
Modern classic. Only 2019 Kavalk boat manufactured, so a real collector's item. 7th generation boat building family. Compsite hull, classic solid teak deck.
24 Feet 1930 Ditchburn Neptune Triple Cockpit Runabout
Building on its legacy of grace and speed, the Ditchburn Boat Company built the Viking model based on a Bert Hawker design in the late 1920s. It had a hard chine hull and more muscular lines to appeal to a new generation of boat buyers. In 1930, Ditchburn added a shorter more agile version of the Viking, with a forward drive layout, and it became known as the Neptune model. The Neptune was a 24’ triple cockpit launch with Ditchburn’s iconic upswept foredeck - a modern design, blending elegance with performance. This boat was originally built for the Marshall family at Windermere in Muskoka and was named the “Margaretta’. It has been in the Muskokas ever since. The original engine was a 100hp straight 8 Buchanan engine. It was repowered in 1986 when the boat was completely restored by Butson Boats. It now features a water cooled 185hp V6 Crusader and can run at speeds in excess of 40mph. In addition to the new engine the restoration included a new hull, replating of all chrome hardware and new leather seats. Original features include the engraved ‘German silver’ instrument panel, a navy top and a ‘fireman’s siren’ horn. She handles well, runs smoothly at speed and has been meticulously maintained over the years.
28 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout
1930 28' Sea Lyon with Scripps 202 engine. The boat is in show condition. It went through a full professional restoration in 2016 and is in mint condition as it sits today. During the restoration the boat received a new 5200 bottom with all new wood, The boat wen through a full refinish. All hardware and gauges were restored. new interior and flooring installed. The Scripps engine went through a full rebuild and has very few hours since rebuild. Sea Lyons are known for their level ride and excellent visibility. This is a show ready boat that would be an excellent addition to any collection.
64 Feet 1964 Huckins Seafarer "Ellie Mae"
This 4 stateroom Huckins Seafarer 64 offers comfortable cruising accommodations for 7 guests plus a Captains stateroom. Multiple areas for relaxing and entertaining. The large flybridge is an ideal place to socialize with family and friends, designed to seat 12-15 comfortably. The enclosed bridge deck has cross conversational seating being open to the lower helm and offers 360 degree visibility for breathtaking panoramic views while underway. The spacious cockpit offers additional lounge space, and hatch access to engines and generator.
60 Feet 1937 Trumpy Classic Fiberglass Hull
The "Flying Lady" has never looked so good. The current proud owner has loved owning and restoring this fine Trumpy. This yacht has been maintained to the highest degree, there has been much attention to detail. Her pilot will feel in control behind the helm, she cruises flawlessly and efficiently. Fuel consumption at 8.5kt cruise is about 8 gallons per hour. The stern jet is a great improvement when docking in tight quarters. The fiberglass hull adds strength and makes hull maintenance easy. The Majestic "Flying Lady" is turning heads every day. A new proud buyer will love this yacht as it has now been brought to a new high level of restoration. Beautiful covered aft deck area with hard weather curtains, roll up vinyl / plastic glass curtains. The sole is bright finished plank mahogany. Trumpy custom furniture. Designer matched carpet and fabrics. New, huge color flat screen TV that folds away to overhead when not in use. Through the aft salon access doors is a huge climate controlled salon with plenty of windows to view the beautiful scenery. In the salon are beautiful furnishings, many of them were original custom built for comfort and entertaining. Special features include Trumpy custom antique writer's desk and , wet bar with sink and storage. Appliances include ice maker, refrigerator, flat screen TV and sound systems in cabinets. Beautifully decorated with custom wood cabinetry and wood furnishings. Designer matched carpet and fabrics for upholstery and window coverings. Forward of salon is the wheelhouse with port and starboard doors to side decks. Most striking is the beautiful bright finished mahogany cabinet work for the built in electronics. There is a comfortable helm stool and a wide leather bench seat. In the wheelhouse the captain will be most comfortable and have all the equipment to bring you to your favorite destinations. Access forward in salon to starboard are stairs down to galley, crew quarters and engine room. The galley features granite counter tops, electric cook top, oven, microwave oven, dishwasher refrigerators, freezer and other portable appliances. The crew quarters have two cozy top berths. There is a TV for entertainment, washer drier, deep freezer, hanging locker, storage cabinets and drawers. The head is forward with shower stall. In the salon aft are stairs down to the full beam master stateroom with two very comfortable wide berths, hanging lockers and drawer storage. There is an in-suite head with sink and separate shower stall. There are two guest staterooms forward with the starboard having direct access door to the head. Both staterooms have two twin berths with hanging lockers and drawer storage. All cabins have been updated, newly decorated and furnished. All interior living space in the of the yacht is climate controlled with seven digital thermostats. All three heads on the vessel have fresh water flush electric toilets. Her new owners will cruise in comfort for many years with new and rebuilt reliable systems on the "Flying Lady"
38 Feet 1931 Matthews Double Cabin Cruiser
The asking price has been reduced from $235,000 to "make us an offer." We're ready to price this boat to sell this summer, and encourage you to make an offer. 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.
36 Feet 1928 Ditchburn Launch
Rare and unique opportunity to own and enjoy a piece of boating history from yesteryear. This old hotel launch was salvaged from the banks of the lakes region north of Toronto. It underwent a detailed & meticulous 3 year total restoration which resulted in its present day grandeur. The work was conducted by a preeminent wooden boat craftsmen and is an acclaimed, award winning boat, featured in boat shows and competitions across the north country. This boat is ready for your enjoyment with ample seating, including mother in law seat in the bow section. Cruise the waterways with the entire family, entertain clients , or simply spend spend time with that special loved one. " Happy days are here again ! "
35 Feet 1932 C.A. Morse Trawler
This is a beautiful cruising boat. She is in exceptionally good condition cruising the Chesapeake Bay area, circumnavigating lower half of Florida and traveling the Bahamas and Abacos. Built 1932, massively rebuilt with a complete new bottom including the keel, stem, frames and planking. A new 100 HP John Deere main engine and 7.5 kw Yanmar Generator were installed new along with all new wiring and plumbing. Launched restored in 1992. Constructed by C.A. Morse in Thomaston, Maine she is very good in a seaway. Loaded with character, she has the original wood burning Shipmate Stoves. A practical cruising boat with large capacity icebox style fridge and freezer. She can sleep four with one pullout double berth. Water capacity is 250 gal, fuel is 250 gal and she burns about three gal/hr of diesel. I have owned her for 40 years and am ready to pass on her legacy to a discriminating fine vintage yacht owner.
42 Feet 1929 Elco Cruiser
This boat has been garage kept since it has been pulled out of the water. Wood is solid and does not have worms.There are some boards that need replaced and caulked since its been sitting for awhile. It will need work, fortunately it is mainly new varnish and paint. There is a 50ft trailer
23 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back
Beautifully restored 1941 23' Chris Craft Barrel Back. This boat went through a bottom up restoration and is in show condition at present. The bottom is a 5200 bottom made to look original. The green leather is the original color and the cushions even have factory flotation labels and copper tacks instead of staples. Everything has been done to this boat and it is ready to show or enjoy.
19 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrel Back
This 1940 19' Chris Craft Barrel Back is fresh out of a bottom up restoration. It is powered by a rebuilt Pre War Model M Engine that is original to the boat. It has brown leather interior, a 19' Sportsman windshield and orange deck seams from factory which makes this boat a 1 of 1 boat. It was restored with a 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, chrome, gauges, interior, wiring and much more were done to the boat. This boat was restored to show condition by a well known wood boat restorer.
17 Feet 1956 Stan Craft Beaver Tail
This boat is hull number 3 of 3 made. Only one other, hull # 2 still exists. It has the original Interceptor 318 engine which has been totally rebuilt.The boat went through a recent bottom up restoration. It has a no soak epoxy bottom, the chines and frames were replaced, it had a full refinish at that time. Interior, chrome, gauges, fuel tank and system, flooring were also redone at that time. The boat was part of the Alan Furth collection before the present owner got it. The boat is in show condition and really a fun boat to drive.
28 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Sedan Runabout
Few boats combine the elegance, power and grace quite like the Chris Craft Sedan Limousine Runabout. Chris Craft’s 28 Foot version runabout is a boating icon in itself. Known as an upswept Chris Craft , this boat was styled on most of the higher end models from 1929-1931. The foredeck leading to the windshield curves up and the decking leading up to the aft cockpit had this feature as well creating the image of a double upswept. Chris Craft built only 180 of the 1929-1931 28 Foot Runabout , and far fewer with the $ 900 optional sedan top. Only 5 examples of this styling are known to exist. Powered by a Chris Craft A-120. The boat was fully restored by award winning wooden boat specialist Paul Brackley of Brackley Boats. The boats bottom was replaced, sides and decks were refastened, many bottom and deck frames were replaced. A-120 went through a full rebuild. Chrome, gauges, wiring, fuel tank and system, interior and much more were done during restoration. According to Chris Craft ONLY 32 were built with the sedan top and only handful exist to this day. This is superb example of an early Chris Craft Sedan Runabout.
28 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Super Semi Enclosed
Fully restored 28' Chris Craft Super Semi Enclosed. One of 12 Built in 1950. This boat has had extensive bottom frames and plank replacement. The exterior was stripped to bare wood and refinished. The interior wood was also refinished along with the flooring. All new interior cushions were installed. An aft curtain from the hardtop to the flooring was made. A new custom dash was installed. All gauges, chrome, wiring, gas tank, the hard top, and more were done during the restoration. Both M engine went through a full rebuild and have very low hours since. The boat comes on a custom tandem axle trailer that was made for the boat.
24 Feet 1951 Greavette Sheerliner Sedan
This beautiful Greavette Sheerliner is a true survivor. Sedan configuration is original and very rare. The boat went through a bottom up restoration in 2014. The bottom was replaced with a no soak 5200 style bottom. The boat went through a complete refinish. Any bad wood at that time was replaced. All the interior, chrome, wiring, gauges and more were redone at that time. The Scripps engine was rebuilt by a well known Scripps engine rebuilder. The boat comes with a 3/4 seat in front of the engine box for extra seating. The boat is in immaculate condition at present and could be used or shown. Boat comes on a tandem axle trailer.
26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Beautifully restored 26' Chris Triple. The boat was originally name "Climax" and owned by Peter Henkle. The Scripps engine is completely rebuilt. The bottom was refastened and is in exceptionally good condition. The boat went through a full refinish and looks in show condition today. Boat comes on a newer tandem axle trailer
26 Feet 1953 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Exquisite and rare 1953 26' Hacker Craft Triple, fresh out of a full bottom up restoration which finished in the summer of 2019. The bottom was replaced with no soak 5200 style bottom. The decks and covering boards were replaced. The boat got new interior, all new wiring, gauges, chrome and more redone at time of restoration. The 302 Scripps was rebuilt by well known Scripps rebuilder. The boat is in immaculate condition and is show ready at this time. This is one of the last Hacker to be built at the factory and a great addition to any collection.
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra
Beautifully restored 21 Cobra. This boat is hull number 8. It had been stored away for many years by a car collector who kept it with his collection of Cobra cars. The boat originally came out of Tom Mittler's collection. It has a no-soak epoxy bottom. The engine went through a custom rebuild and runs exceptionally well. The boat is in excellent condition and can be shown or used at present. The boat was in the water for the 2019 season.
30 Feet 1962 Forest Johnson Prowler
Very few of these iconic Forest Johnson Prowlers are still known to exist to this day. This boat was built in 1962 and has been under one owner for the last 20 years. During that time it has been in the cool fresh water of the St. Lawrence River and under the watchful eye of a well known wooden boat restoration company. The hull is sound , the chrome is perfect and the upholstery is without rips or tears or stains. The engines were rebuilt about 3 years ago and since that time they have only had about 50 hours put on them. The package is complete with a triple tandem axel trailer custom fitted for the boat. These Prowlers are known for their strength and speed and this boat is no exception and will easily achieve speeds of 50 MPH.
22'6" Feet 2000 Peter Breen Contemporary Gentleman's Racer
Contemporary version of a 1939 Greavette Gentleman's Racer built by the renowned Peter Breen in the Muskoka Lakes region in 2000. Fully-appointed, classic design with sleek lines, comfortable seating, ample power and an automated fire suppression system. Comes atop a custom-fitted tandem-axle trailer with a felt-lined, fitted dust cover for on-the-road protection. Package includes a fitted red mooring cover, three spare glass windshields, hatch for the mother-in-law seat, spare stern flag pole, and a wooden display board with stand for boat shows. Recent awards include Best Contemporary Boat at Buffalo and a platinum award in the contemporary class at Alexandria Bay.
26.5 Feet 1965 Riva Tritone
This Riva Tritone shared much of the same hull construction as the Aquarama. This Tritone has the Aquarama dashboard, the Riva VDO instrumentation, sound insulation in the engine compartment and some improvements to the cabin. The boat is powered by Twin Riva/ Chris Craft 220 cu. in. engines offering 370 HP. This boat will run strongly as the engine have recently been rebuilt with less than 50 hours on them and achieve approximately 45 MPH. The Tritone was gradually being phased out in 1965 and only 6 of these were built in that year. While 257 of these boats were built between 1950 and 1966 , only 10 were built after 1966. Princess Grace of Monaco owned one in 1958 thanks to Prince Rainier. The boat has gorgeous upholstery and features the popular mid 1960's teal and white color combination. This boat was originally delivered to Montreal in 1965, then brought here to the 1000 Islands where it has stayed all these years. It has been kept to a high standard and stored indoors always when not in use. It offers all of the Riva accessories such as the Riva Siren, original cabin cushions, chrome water ski pole, Riva bathing ladder, Riva Pennant, and Riva Sun mattress. This is the first time this boat is being offered for sale in many years. A full mooring cover completes the package.
30 Feet 1999 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout w/ Extended 2nd seat
Very nice 30' Hacker with extended 2nd cockpit for extra seating. Boat has been recently bottom painted. It comes with a Full Cover, Bow Thruster, Halon Fire system, Spotlight and battery charger. Comes with a custom triple axle Loadmaster trailer in matching Hacker green.
33 Feet 1996 Gar Wood Baby Gar Race Boat
This boat is a replica of Gar Wood's Race Boat from 1925- Baby Gar IV. The original boat was famous for racing against the Twentieth Century Limited Train from Albany to New York City. It was built in Brant Lake New York using modern construction methods including an epoxy bottom and cold molded planking with oak frames. This boat is powered with a Liberty Vimalert V-12 engine with 1650 Cu. In with a Capital transmission and is very similar to what powered the original Baby Gar's. This infamous design was the result of a collaboration of Chris Smith and Gar Wood who worked togther on the design of these racing boats at that time and Baby Gar IV was the last one built durng their time together.
30 Feet 1987 Serenella Venetian Water Taxi
This is a very beautiful water taxi which has found its way over here to North America. The boat has JUST come through a complete, thorough and total restoration and is now being offered in show condition needing only a new captain. These boats make perfect tour boats and are ideal for transporting any number of people in a variety of weather conditions. Traveling in this boat will bring anyone back to Venice and let them imagine gliding down the canals.
29' Feet 1926 Rochester Triple Cockpit Runabout
One of 3 29' Rochester's known to exist restored by Wayne Mocksfield in N.J. and shown extensively in the Northeast. Mr. Benny's engine, chrome, leather and varnish in excellent condition. Built by Rochester Boat + Engine Rochester N.Y.. Very rare addition to any collection. This is a fast Gentleman's Runabout of yesteryear. It is powered by a Scripps 12 Cylinder engine which is good solid shape and offers lots of power. The boat has gorgeous green leather upholstery and has been completely restored and rebuilt.
43 Feet 1903 Matthews Cruiser
It was custom built for Mr Packard of Packard Automobiles . It cruised with many famous guests aboard on Chautauqua Lake , NY. Eg Thomas Edison, Henry Firestone, Henry Ford, SC Justice Robert Jackson, President Franklin Roosevelt,and President Bill Clinton.
23 Feet 1979 Streblow Utility
This boat well appointed boat was updated and redone by the late builder, Randy Streblow. It's in immaculate condition, completely refinished, new upholstery, new style swim platform with spring loaded ladder, Sterling series gauges that are recessed into the new custom mahogany dash board, stereo and full waterline cover. The engine is the original Chrysler 440 ci big block, 330hp. This beautiful boat is ready to enjoy right away!
26 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental
This rare, beautiful Continental is one of the few twin engine Continentals that Chris Craft produced. Powered with a pair of Hercules ML 6 cylinder flatheads. It has the Chris-o-matic hydraulic shift. The boat is completely original and it just spent the entire winter being stripped and refinished with 13 coats of varnish. Comes with custom built Phoenix trailer with custom fitted bunks & disc brakes. Full mooring cover included
26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Fully restored, boathouse kept since. Upswept decks with99% original wood, all original hardware - most re-chromed. Original fish tail gauge cluster; clum switch. Traditional bottom; two new, 30-gallon gas tanks; dual batteries with switch. Custom green leather seats and cushions with kapok filling and spring construction seats. Includes hard-to-find vintage convertible top with new fabric.
30 Feet 2008 Peter Freebody Victorian Launch
This piece of elegance is a Victorian Launch made by Peter Freebody of England. The boat is a one of a kind launch with bronze hardware made from casting ties from the 1800's. It is not a replica but influenced by 3 other launches incorporating the best from each boat. The boat was custom built and shipped to the original and current owner. The boat has twin helm steering stations and wired with a sound system. It is powered by 8 gel cell batteries which will provide 6 hours of use on a single charge. The boat features an enclosed area as well as fringed canopy over the bow area.The boat has been extremely well cared for and all aspects of the boat were handcrafted from teak and powered by twin Electric Motors. The boat features hand wood carvings throughout the boat and is in excellent condition.
24 Feet 1955 Greavette Streamliner
One of Greavette's most iconic models, the Streamliner was produced in limited numbers from the late 1930's until the early 1960's. Designed by Doug Van Patten, the model featured stunning curvature, elaborate exposed framework, and traditional Muskoka egg crate flooring. This 1955 double cockpit model has been nicely restored and well maintained. The bottom was replaced in 2015 and a detailed list of restoration and maintenance history is available. The boat was repowered in 2018, with an inter-cooled 5.7 litre fuel injected Mercruiser horizon engine that only has about 2 hours of use and is under warranty until October 2019. The boat also includes a new tandem axle galvanized trailer. This Streamliner is in excellent condition and ready to enjoy this season!
23 Feet 2021 Continental Powerboats Super Primera 23
The Continental Super Primera 23 is “The New American Classic” as it was designed to embrace many of the characteristics and qualities of the classic wooden vessels of the 1950’s – 1960’s, brought up to today’s standards, with great options and the ever important exhaust rumble. The Continental brand is deeply influenced by the classic Rivas, Chris Crafts and Century’s, as well as many automotive styling cues. A unique feature of Continental is that the client can customize his/her Super Primera 23 to fit their personal tastes and wants, and that includes color. I’m hard pressed to find a builder who can offer that unique aspect anywhere close to our price point; this certainly allows the client to have a one-of-a-kind vessel. We vow no two Continentals will ever be built the same nor will they ever be mass-produced. Due to the unique custom-build nature of Continentals, we offer limited build slots every year as a way of maintaining uniqueness and high quality standards.
21 Feet 1960 Riva Ariston
A beautifully restored Series 1 Ariston, this 1960 example has been well kept and has less than 100 hours of use. Repowered in 2014 with a 5.7L Crusader V8. The original Chrysler V8 is also included in the sale. Entirely stripped and refinished in 2015. Original interior, convertible top, and side/aft curtains all in very nice condition. Sold complete with a tandem axle trailer.
29 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Express Cruiser
This is a one of a kind (last boat left). Total re build .all original parts . Won hessel Michigan 1st ln show.won many other 1st awards. Always boat house kept . Owner age reason for sale . Owner saw boat when he was 6years old .bought boat when he was in his 60s. He is person who had rebuild done.boat is a real head turner. One of a kind. This boat is a 5 year total restoration 80% of the wood was replaced. Everything on the boat has been redone or replaced. She has full canvas including a top to bootstripe mooring canvas. This is a true classic and just may be the last of it kind. This boat has always been boathouse kept.
30 Feet 1929 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
This Hacker-Craft triple was purchased new in 1929 by a Manhattan Episcopalian bishop at the New York City Boat Show. She remained on Lake George, NY until 1989, when purchased by renowned wooden boat aficionado Mark Mason of Lake Winnipesaukee. She was subsequently purchased by Alan Jackson and at 74 years old went through a 3-year professional restoration. Will O' The Wisp is now arguably one of the nicest 30-foot Hackers in the world! Her current owner is making room in his collection for another Hacker Triple.
33' Feet 1921 Robert Yandt Gentleman's Racer
Take Greyhound into it's 100th year in it's hometown by brining it to the 2020 International Boat Show being held in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. Greyhound was built on the site of the present day Coeur d'Alene resort Hotel in 1921 by Robert Yandt for RC Dillingham of Spokane who owned a summer home across the lake in Casco Bay. Mr. Yandt was well known in the area for building fast speed boats and had been building boats since about 1910. This boat was built to a John L Hacker design and powered by 1041 CID 6cyl Sterling dolphin engine of 225hp. Lightly built of cypress, oak & mahogany she was capable of speeds close to 40mph and in the early 1920's was one of the fastest boats on Lk. Coeur d'Alene. She was the champion on the lake 1921-22. She not only raced, but was also used by the Dillinghams as a family runabout for many years. In 1940 they decided to have "Greyhound" remodeled to a more contemporary configuration. The work was done by Robert Yandt and his nephew Paul Yandt. The boat was made into a 4 cockpit mahogany runabout with forward steering & windshield. In the early 1950's Robert Yandt Jr. purchased "Greyhound" from the family after Mr. Dillinghams death and used as a water taxi on the Lake for many years. After Robert sold her, she eventually came to rest blocked up in a field where she weathered for many years. In 1989 Keith Williams purchased "Greyhound" and had her moved his home in Wenatchee,WA. Being a historian, he gathered up as much information as he could on the boat, including photos. He always dreamed of bringing her back to life, but beyond building a fine garage to protect her, he was not sure where to start on such a major project. In 1998 Keith gave "Greyhound" to Alan Thomle, owner of Alan Thomle Boat Works of Stanwood, WA under the agreement that she would be preserved and eventually restored to her original splendor. With the help of friends, work began in Oct. 2007 and was completed Sept.2008. The boat was completely rebuilt to her original configuration and has been used and shown extensively in the NW and has won many awards in all of the last ten years. The modern power makes this boat very usable and it is a very smooth & solid ride. We have used it on all the big lakes in the NW and I can honestly say its the best boat I have ever used in my 62 years of boating. Take this boat into it's 100th by bringing it to the 2020 ACBS International Boat Show in Coeur d'Alene , Idaho.
21'6 Feet 2017 Clarion GR21 Hughes Edition
This is the last GR-21 Gentleman’s Racer hull produced by Clarion Boats. Linrich Upholstery and Marine completed the performance package, interior and finishing to produce the Hughes Edition. This racer features Mercury’s newest 6.2L 350ECT engine that is certified with the “Super Ultra Low Emission” that allows it to be used in the environmentally controlled lakes of California. The multiport fuel injection aggressively accelerates the GR21 to a top speed without any delay or hull bounce. The Digital Throttle and Shift combined with Mercury’s new Vesselview touch screen give the driver full instrumentation with GPS Navigation and bottom depth plotting. European inspired interior features adjustable bucket seats and a rear bench that comfortably seats four. The cold molded mahogany hull is completely epoxy sealed making the boat incredibly strong, light and entirely watertight. This package comes with a custom built tandem trailer and a custom made trailering/mooring cover, all colour matching. If you are looking for a stylish racer that has the performance and features of a modern sports car, this Clarion will impress!
27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking
Great running hull made by the Ditchburn Boat Company and synonymous with fine Canadian Craftsmanship. It has been in the same Family for 35 years and has been well cared for Summers and Winter during that time. The chrome and upholstery are in excellent shape and it is believed that the boat will survey
26 Feet 1930 Hacker Designed triple cockpit Runabout Built by Hutchinson
1930, 26 ft. Triple Cockpit Runabout, designed by John Hacker and custom-built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, NY. The Honduras mahogany deck and side planks are cut book-match so that the grain is mirrored from the king-plank to the covering boards and down the sides. A 5200 new bottom was installed using Hacker’s original design, with double planked Honduras mahogany at 45 degrees on the inner hull and fore to aft on the outer planks. The bottom has new stringers made of vertical grain Douglas fir and new frames, chines, battens, knees and a new keel, forefoot and stem. The hull and decks were stripped to bare wood and newly stained to the original color. The sides and deck are original wood and fastened with the original cooper roves (sides) and bronze screws (deck). The gas tank is new. The original interior gauges were cleaned and refurbished to exact working order. The interior leather, to match the original shade and texture, was replaced. The engine, a 1957 Chrysler Hemi 325 HP was completely rebuilt. The cylinders were re-bored and the rods, etc. were replaced with state of the art equipment. A MSD electronic ignition was installed. Since rebuild the engine has less than 50hrs. The OTHER WOMAN, first named “Kit” is in excellent condition, and has maintained its antique status. She has won many awards, most recently Best Hutchinson and People’s Choice at the Antique Boat Museum’s 52nd Annual Boat Show. She has also been featured in numerous magazine articles and books, including a book by James Barry called “Hackercraft” first published in 2002. Original documentation on this boat is available, including the first registration, early pictures, restoration work pictures, engine re-built pictures, etc.
26 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
The 26' Chris Craft was restored in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. The gauges were done by Clawson Instruments are all in good working order. The boat is also equipped with a bow thruster to assist in docking in windy or challenging conditions. New gas tank, hopped up exhaust systems and all the chrome is great condition. The boat does not leak a drop but has not been in the water since 2015.
24 Feet 1956 Greavette Streamliner S-Cockpit
The iconic and beautiful, Canadian-built Greavette Streamliner. One of the most collectable Canadian classics and regarded for its grace and unique design. Elegant craftsmanship and beautiful lines; this 1956 24 foot model was comprehensively restored in 1995 and very well maintained since. She was repowered at the time of restoration with a new Crusader V8 engine for performance and reliability. Desirable S-cockpit configuration allows for an easy pass-through between cockpit areas. A recent custom canvas cover is also included!
25'6 Feet 1941 Gar Wood Custom Runabout
Only 2 of these 25'6 Triple Cockpit Custom Runabouts were built in 1941 making it an exceptionally rare boat. 1937-1941 marked Gar Wood's true "design perfection", building some of the most beautiful boats in production and setting a standard for all other competitors. With heavily crowned decks, rounded covering boards, and pronounced bow flare, the 1941 models are unmistakable. This example has been meticulously restored and is powered by a Scripps V-12 engine; one of the most expensive marine engines of the time. This "trophy fleet" model is ready to be enjoyed by a discerning collector.
2015 / 1924 30' Modern Reproduction Gold Cup Racer
An exact replica of the Caleb Bragg's Baby Bootlegger built after original drawings (George Crouch). cold moulded epoxy, Sipo mahogany on Norwegian pine with fiberglass under highgloss clearcoat ,sand moulded brass hardware ,gorgeous leather interior, one off gauges,to step gearbox (builton GM Powerglide), 40mm prop shaft, sits on trailer, liftingbar for inboard hookup.
36 Feet 1946 Stephens Brothers Triple Cockpit Runabout
Stephens Brothers Boat Builders operated as a West Coast boatbuilder from 1902 through 1987 based in Stockton California. Over the years the company designed and built pleasure craft, sailboats, speedboats, cruisers, private yachts and military craft. This gorgeous example was built as a passenger carrying day boat and reportedly owned at various times by actors Wes Parker and James Dean. The decks are made of South America mahogany and the cockpit soles in teak, The boat has been recently surveyed and is described to be in "Bristol" condition. The boat is powered by a Cummins Diesel Engine, QSM 11 offering up 660HP. The bottom is a West System with a combination of Okoume and Sapele plywood. This is a one of a kind boat which has been very nicely restored and carefully maintained.
27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking
The Viking is regarded as one of the most spectacular boats to come out of Herb Ditchburn's factory. Fine Canadian craftsmanship, astute attention to detail, and a design spawned from the success of Ditchburn's trophy fleet of Rainbow raceboats. Only 7 Ditchburn Vikings exist today and it is very rare for one to become available for sale. This example bears hull #5 and was originally purchased by the Toronto Harbor Police as a high speed pursuit vessel. She was factory equipped with a fire suppression system safety system and fireproof panels lining the engine compartment. Her original Kermath engine has been restored and is sold with the boat. She currently sports modern power. The boat was saved and restored on the West coast, but now resides in her original home of Muskoka.
25 Feet 1930 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout
After an exhaustive, and thorough restoration, this Dodge Model 25A is now being offered for sale. This very rare boat is sold with an equally rare Lycoming 8 cylinder engine producing 165 HP. It has the original Pullman globe stern light and a gorgeous Dodge blue plush interior. The boat, motor, hardware and interior have all be redone with nothing spared. It is supported by a new Ryan Tandem Axel Trailer which fits the boat perfectly.
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
Boat was completely restored/rennovated in 2015/16. Only the best craftmanship and materials were utilized. Includes fore and aft water thrusters on joystick controls, vintage style instruments from Classic Instruments, all new interior, chrome, new custom trailer, and much much more. Own a true American Classic but drive a new age hightech machine. A restomod with all the bells and whistles.
26 Feet 1962 Riva Tritone Aperto
A proven Show Winner and a gorgeous Series 1 Riva Tritone. It has fresh sides, deck, a new bottom and new upholstery. The engines have also been rebuilt and offer strong performance. The Aperto models had the open sun pad configuration and was the impetus and the precursor for the Aquarama model. Only 17 of these Tritone Aperto models were built and only a few made it to the North American market. Boat very low hours. The boat is very correct and would score high at any boat show. Comes complete with a full mooring cover and a custom fitted tandem axel trailer.
28 Feet 1992 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Single-owner, beautiful example of the popular 28 foot triple cockpit runabout. Based on the classic 1940s Gar Wood designs, this boat is ready to be enjoyed by a new family. Excellent condition all around with low engine hours, two new impellers, new belts, an 80 gallon gas tank, and lots of power waiting to push her up on plane.
48 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Commuter
Hull #1 of only five 48 foot Commuter models built by Chris Craft. One of two remaining. Inspired by the success of the 38 foot Commuter, the 48 foot model was Chris Craft's impressive flagship model of the motor yacht fleet. Built to provide her owner with rapid high speed transportation, Allez was capable of speeds up to 30mph and could taxi 30 passengers. Equipped with all of the amenities of home, including a galley, salon area, forward and stern staterooms, and ample entertaining area. Allez is the original prototype and exact boat featured in Chris Craft's sales literature. She was displayed at the 1930 New York City and Miami boat shows prior to her first ownership. Imagine touring Allez in 1930 while Chris Craft's salesman demonstrated the boat's elaborate sliding screen mechanism for the forward cabin, crank windows, salon radio, and other features never before-seen in the luxury boating realm. Allez is a very significant part of motor yachting history. She has been painstakingly restored and is ready for her next caretaker. This is the first time the boat has been offered for sale on the open market since 1976.
27 Feet 1953 Shepherd Express Cruiser
This amazing craft has been [painstakingly restored and is Hull # 13 in the first series of 27 Foot Shepherds built with a 9 foot 6 inch beam. The twin Hemi engines were just overhauled including the Chrysler V- Drive transmissions. The sides have been refastened and the bottom is in solid overall condition. 15 coats of Epiphane varnish complete the boat along with a windlass, a custom built mahogany swim platform and bubinga and teak grating on the floor in the boat. A proven Show Winner that's cores very high and sold with a full weather max waterline cover.
38 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter
Chris Craft introduced its 38 foot Commuting Cruiser in November of 1928. Its debut was at the National Boat Show in New York the following January where the entire years production of 47 was sold out on the first day. They would go on to be known as Wall Street Commuters as the Captains of Industry moved daily from their homes on Long Island to New York Harbor each day for work. This particular model was delivered originally to Lake Tahoe and has remained there all of its life. After many years of careful stewardship, constant upkeep and ongoing maintenance it is now being offered for sale. The boat enjoys a 5200 no soak bottom and a modern Mercruiser engine which powers the boat nicely.
27 Feet 1936 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout
The Minett boat building operation is deeply entrenched in the Muskoka region of Ontario. The company was formed in 1910 and later was reborn under the name of Minett-Shields in 1925 after a partnership with Bryson Shields. The company ceased operation in 1948 but only after putting out approximately 200 Launches and Runabouts which were all noted for their fine craftsmanship. This particular Minett is a fine example of Minett-Shields work. It is a 27 foot Launch built in 1936 and has a lattice "Muskoka" floor, gorgeous compartments, and attention to detail throughout. It is powered by a Chrysler 6 cylinder 130HP engine which is original to the boat. It is structurally sound after receiving great care from it's current owner of 20 years. The chrome is perfect and the interior is rich looking and gorgeous. The boat in our opinion would survey out very strongly and needs nothing. The boat was originally built for the Boxer family. The boat is offered without a trailer but one could be used for transport.
29.5 Feet 1928 Hacker Craft Company Dolphin Deluxe
1928 29' 6" HACKER CRAFT CO Dolphin Deluxe.There are runabouts, and there are Hackers. No other wooden boat builders have enjoyed over a century of acclaim and accomplishment, as have the American craftsmen at Hacker Boat Company. For generations, Hacker Craft mahogany runabouts have ruled the waterways from Lake Tahoe to Long Island Sound. GAD-A-BOUT is an immaculate, triple-cockpit representation of the gilded era of wooden boats, when massive gas engines were squeezed into luxurious speedboats to thrill the elite - royalty, titans of industry, and Hollywood celebrities - with speed and exhilaration. The sleek mahogany speedsters were introduced into a world of recreational boating that up and to then had been a staid, slow-paced world of rowing boats, steam-powered launches, and spartan sailing craft. Boating was never to be the same. With the gleaming, varnished mahogany, the nickel chrome hardware, and the plush, multiple seating areas these double and triple cockpit runabouts transformed the pleasure boating market, and numerous builders sprung up to sate the nation's quest for speed and performance. Renowned names like Dodge, Chris Craft, Gar Wood began building runabouts, often as a result of speedboat racing success, but none ever reached the pinnacle of craftsmanship and perfection that John Hacker did. To possess a luxury item from a storied era nearly a century ago, in this high level of condition, is a rare opportunity. Stutz Bearcat motorcars, Piaget watches, Erte paintings, Frank Lloyd Wright homes, Hacker runabouts - all conjure up memories and images of the best artisans a time period, long-passed, had to offer. One does not merely possess such priceless artifacts, one serves in stewardship for the next generation to treasure and enjoy. GAD-A-BOUT is turn-key, and ready to cut a wake and turn heads wherever her next dock and waterway await her.
21 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 21A Split Cockpit Runabout
One of the rarest and most elegant examples of Horace Dodge's boatbuilding history - the model 21A features a sleek sheerline, dual folding v-windshields, Duesenberg steering wheel, and Cord shifter. Approximately 5 of these 21A models are known to exist today and this is one of two known to exist with its original Lycoming 125hp straight-8 engine! Purchased from a private collection where the boat had been stored for 40 years. Originally purchased and used in the Muskoka region of Ontario. She has recently gone through a comprehensive 4,000 hour restoration and is absolutely stunning!
1988 63 Feet Baia Expres Cruiser
This 63 Foot Baia Azurra is very well maintained, super clean and kept to a very high standard. She is in turn condition, ready to go and should survey out very well. Refit Arneson drives, new cushions and upholstery set off a fresh look to the boat. Two stateroom, two head layout with a large well appointed salon with new carpeting. A full electronics package, bow thruster, generator and radar, plotter for appropriate navigation. A very large swim platform and seating for twelve on the aft deck. This boat has iot all and is ready for inspection at any time.
1957 Sailing Vessel built in Brittany France
Built as a fishing vessel in 1957 designed for sail, Jean de la Lune was later fitted with an engine, sold to a diving school and taken across the Atlantic to the Caribbean. Brought back to the Scottish Isles JDL worked for over 20 years as a Sail Training Vessel taking trainees and charter guests for holiday trips and corporate functions alike. Today beautifully restored to her former glory JDL offers 25 berths in 11 cabins and holds UK registration for up to 40 persons onboard.
28 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout
Rare fully restored boat finished in 2015. All work professionally done . Complete paper trailer of restoration included. Restoration to include 5200 bottom, stringers and most frames, sides and decks are original, complete Scripps 202 engine fully rebuilt, new interior, all chrome and gauges were redone, interior, wiring, fuel tank were all replaced. No expense was spared and nothing over looked. This is an excellent chance to own one of these rare beauties for your own. The boat comes on a Newer Tandem Axle Aluminum Trailer.
36' Feet 1933 Robinson Marine Seagull
Isabella was designed by john hacker for a commuter service that ran between Mt. Clemens to Detroit. One of three, Isabella is one of the few survivors of the 36' Robinson Seagull. She was commandeered by the navy and served as a border patrol boat between Mackinaw and Down Town Detroit. Her owner bought her back at the end of the war for one dollar. The third owner, loui, a cabinet maker, owned her a bunch years and kept her alive until I acquired her. I was the owner for the last 30 years I have fully restored her back to original. the V-12 has low hrs. and runs like a watch. She has won in every show entered.
41 Feet 2011 Nautica Express Rib X-41
The Nautica X41 is one of Nautica's largest and most Rigid Inflatable boats. Originally designed for the US Special Forces Command as a high speed attack and deployment craft. They have now released a recreational version which is offered in a number of sized and configurations. These boats offer great offshore performance outclassing a fiberglass boat. The hull and tube design is made to work together to enhance rough water performance. The center console configuration offers 3 crew seats aft of the console, a leaning post or individual bolsters. The large stand up console features a forward door for easy access to an enclosed head. Twin fuel tanks are bolted into place below deck and access is provided through the removable hatch cover.
21 Feet 1957 Ames Brothers Gentleman's Racer "Comanche"
Albert Ames began his boatbuilding career working in a shop run by Herb Ditchburn during WWII. Following the war, he worked for Hunter Boats of Orillia, Ontario. In the 1950s, the Ames brothers built a handful of custom boats ranging from 18 to 28 feet in length. Their designs drew similarities from several of the regional builders, with a flare of their own. They would typically complete one boat per winter in their small, Orillia, Ontario shop. This stunning gentleman's racer features full mahogany construction, Muskoka "egg crate" ventilated flooring, a sleek low sheerline, and a powerful dual-quad Chrysler 413cid wedge engine hooked up to a foot throttle. This racer is an absolute thrill!
30 Feet 2010 Fred Heim Mahogany Offshore Sports Runabout
The Patriot is a 30’ all new custom-built offshore sports runabout. The hull is a 3 aerated step design, cold mold West system, constructed using one layer of ¼ Ocume marine grade plywood with Honduras mahogany planking on exterior. Framing consists of mahogany. Decks are stained mahogany, west system (no screws). Finish is stained light mahogany. It is fitted with a new GM 540CI, 620HP engine which has a new variable pitch Pulse Drive out unit with a Surface Prop. The interior features vinyl roll and pleated seats for five, Twin Bilge pumps, Stereo Radio, Tonneau and mooring covers. It also has a remote control engine hatch cover.
37 Feet 1935 Ditchburn Commuter
"Glenelda II" is a very unique, Art Deco inspired day-boat built by Ditchburn Boats in 1935. At 37 feet in length, she is a manageable size and offers seating for up to 21 passengers. She has been repowered with twin Mercruiser 454cid engines. Her dynamic design is reminiscent of the Chrysler Airflo and the Streamliner trains of the era. At the time of restoration, her foredeck was removed and additional seating was installed, adding a great deal of entertaining potential. "Glenelda II" is an intriguing craft and is ready for a new custodian to give her some attention and get her back in the water.
36 Feet 1926 Ditchburn Voyageur Launch
This 36 foot Ditchburn long deck launch is elegant and exemplary of Canadian craftsmanship. Beautiful mahogany construction, egg crate "Muskoka" floors, supple leather upholstery, and strict attention to detail. She has been repowered with a reliable Chrysler Royal engine, upgraded to a 12V system. At 36 feet in length, she stable, roomy, and absolustely elegant as she cuts through the calm water. The Chrysler Royal straight 8 engine is regarded as one of the smoothest running engines of its era and should provide years of reliable service.
40 Feet 1921 Fay & Bowen Launch "Seneca"
At 40 feet in length, this is the largest Fay & Bowen launch that we have ever seen! Built by the Fay & Bowen Boat and Engine company in 1921, her originality has been well preserved and she is an impressive craft. Powered by an original Hall Scott LM6 engine with exposed valvetrain. These engines are extremely rare and this example is a museum-quality piece.
28 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Purchased from the original owner in Louisville, KY in 1998. Engine and boat was completely refastened and restored from 1998 through to 2001. New varnish applied in 2012. Bottom is excellent and water tight. Restoration by the best, engine done by George Shinn, balanced and blue printed. All original hardware, instrumentation, engine, seat springs, seat frames, bow and stern poles, running lights and lenses. Marine seat leather dyed to original color specification of the boat. All wood framing has matching serial numbers. Engine has added steering wheel choke. Boat is in overall excellent condition and was in the water in summer of 2015.
49 Feet 1971 Motoryacht
This German made version of a Venetian Water Taxi has a pair of new Cummins engines with only 100 hours since install in 2012. very original and correct it will carry many people for your next cocktail party. Accentuated with teak decks the boat has two staterooms and two bathrooms. Battery charger, bow thruster, stern thruster, refrigerator, VHF, depth finder and electric head.
29 Feet 1989 Riva Super Aquarama Special
Since new in 1989 this Riva has had only 3 owners. mechanically this Riva has only 340 hours and has always been cared for by Riva specialists. The boat received a new bottom, re-chroming, engines have been removed and the engine compartment has been repainted. The boat now also has 28 layers of varnish. The boat has always been well maintained and is in mint condition.
70 Feet 1903 Polson Iron Works
This Polson Iron Works Launch was built in 1903 for Mr. Alexander McKenzie. Since then it has been a well recognized feature on the Muskoka Lakes. The boat has been well maintained for many years by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boats and is supported by a recent survey. The boat is powered by a 170 HP Diesel engine which cam propel the boat up to 12MPH. The boat unquestionably is one of the most stately boats today in the Classic boat world and recently was equipped with bow thrusters to make docking a breeze for a boat of this size.
24 Feet 2017 Danalevi Furina
THIS BOAT WILL BE FEATURED IN THE ANTIQUE BOAT AMERICA BOOTH AT THE SUNNYLAND SHOW 3/18 - 3/20. Furina is well thought out with every detail provided for your pure enjoyment. Classically inspired, Furina is twenty-four feet of powerboat sophistication. High-end finish, luxurious interior and stainless steel accents add to her appeal. Designed with a deep-V hull Danalevi Powerboats Furina glides through uneasy waters with confidence. Whether in salt or fresh water, you will appreciate her smooth ride with effortless and responsive handling.
118 Feet 1927 Pacific Coast Engineering Fire Boat
This riveted steel plate boat is fully equipped for fire fighting or could be easily retrofitted for multiple other uses. The boat sis powered by twin GM 500 HP 8 - cylinder supercharged diesels and has a 16,200 GPM pumping capacity and a 8000+ fuel capacity. Thrusters and all electronics are included and functioning. The vessel is well maintained and in full operating condition. Fresh bottom paint, new zincs and all deficiencies addresses by it's last survey.
26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit
Being offered for sale is this beautifully restored Chris Craft Triple cockpit built in 1929. Fully restored in side and out you will notice the attention to detail by the quality work inside the engine compartment. New 5200 bottom, upholstery and fresh show quality chrome and gauges. No detail spared and kept in an environmentally friendly showroom in Colorado. The Chrysler 440 engine has been stroked to 498 cubic inches. Leather seats and custom leather removable floors.
37 Feet 1982 Venetian Water Taxi
Restored in 2014, this Venetian Water Taxi was previously used as a Hotel Shuttle. The boat is now offered for sale and would be ideal for this same effort or for entertaining groups aboard. The boat is offered complete and ready to go. Equipment includes Radar, VHF, Compass, Spotlight, Wiper, Microphone w/ speakers, new propellers in 2015. The upholstery is in very good condition. The engines run strong and the bottom is tight and sound.
30 Feet 1992 Venetian Water Taxi
This 1992 Venetian Water Taxi was recently restorer and is now in very nice condition. The engine was replaced in 2001 and currently has 600 hours. The boat was once owned by the Mayor of Venice and was later used as Water Taxi for a luxury hotel. The restoration included a new deck, a new roof and fresh varnish.
1989 26 Feet Hugh Saint Triple Cockpit Runabout
Originally built for the owner of Donzi boats. The boat is in very nice condition and needs nothing. She is a great handling boat and runs fast with twin 350cid Crusader engines. It was revarnished in 2013 and is always stored indoors. The bottom is in solid shape condition and it would survey out very well. The green interior is in excellent condition as are the gauges, chrome, bilge, etc. This boat has been lightly used and well cared for during its career and is now available for a new owner.
52 Feet 1907 Davis Dry Dock Glass Cabin Launch
The Davis Dry Company was a boat builder based in Kingston, Ontario. Only a very few examples of these boast remain to this day. She made her way to the Muskoka Lakes region where she has remained to this day. During that time the boat has remained under good care, being stored indoors at all times and seen regular work to keep her in very good overall condition. This outstanding piece is now available for sale and would survey out well by an interested buyer.
24 Feet 1930 Hacker Craft Dolphin Runabout
A keel up restoration was completed June 2015. New 5200 bottom, West System epoxy sides and decks, 12 coats of varnish with 3 coats of urethane for uv protection. No swelling or cracking of any seams, finish is like glass. Everything has been refinished. New custom venture trailer 2015. 440 Chrysler Marine engine equipped with closed cooling system. This boat took two awards at its first show. Very rare and a must see!
20 Feet Barrel Back Reproduction
When I started my vision was to build classic beautiful wooden boats. This gorgeous 20 Foot Barrel Back hull planking is mahogany, frames are white oak, bottom is double planked 5200 membrane between, finish is 10 coats varnish, all fittings are bronze/brass, bronze propeller, silicone bronze fasteners, hydraulic steering, transom is triple laminated double curve(spherical).
26 Feet 1913 Matthews Launch
This is a beautiful launch that has been fully restored and has a very rich history. This boat is the oldest Matthews know to exist according to Matthews records. Seller is the 3rd owner who has all the history on the boat since new. It was used to shuttle 4 to 5 different president's of the USA back and forth to a private island. The windshield is not on the boat but comes with it. The engine and top frame are original to the boat. The boat is professionally restored, always boat house kept, and comes with a tandem trailer. Very original boat and a great addition to any collection.
38 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter
Only 65 of the 38 Foot Custom Commuters were made by Chris Craft during the time period from 1929 through to 1933. Of those only a handful remain to this day and they are desired and revered. This particular boat has been in the same ownership for 31 years and has been carefully stored and cared for during that time. The boat has surveyed out very well in the past and expect it to be just as sound now for the new owners inspection. The structure of the wood is sound, the chrome and upholstery are in excellent condition and the varnish is bright and shiny. The boat is powered by a 8.1 Litre Mercruiser engine pushing out 496 HP which powers the boat nicely. This is an exceptional boat looking for a new Captain and it will be a "statement" boat to your collection. This rare Commuter was brought from Eastern Canada by Dick Clark, manager of Sierra Boat Company, Lake Tahoe, California in 1988. Mr. Clark then contacted a lover of old wooden boats and home owner at Lake Tahoe. As Clark expected, it was love at first sight. Earlier the boat had been used as a fishing boat but the owner carefully packaged and stored every piece of hardware which was original to the boat so it could transition back to a luxury commuter. The new owner bought the boat from where it was totally re-built for cruising Lake Tahoe and it has since been maintained ever since in first rate condition.
20 Feet 1934 Ditchburn Runabout
This truly could be the last of its kind, a lapstrake built by Ditchburn. The boat has undergone a complete restoration over a period of three years to restore it to its original showroom condition. This triple cockpit runabout has had all of its mahogany hull and deck planking replaced using traditional brass clench nails, however we have made two modern day additions by treating all bottom planking with CPES and using 5200 on all laps. Every single detail truly was addressed and well documented, from remanufacturing missing parts, rechroming all original hardware, custom upholstery, electrical, fuel systems. This unique Ditchburn is powered by a Buchanan Flathead 6 and offered with a custom single axle trailer. No pictures or words can do her justice, truly must be seen to appreciate.
56 Feet 1930 Jacobson and Peterson Flatop Motor Yacht
This gorgeous Motor Yacht was delivered in 1930 despite the stock market crash the previous year. She has had a number of owners including the defense Department who pressed her into service during World War II. This gorgeous is low to the water allowing most people to step right off at the dock. It is perfect for entertaining as her aft cockpit comfortably accommodates 8 people or more. The boat can easily be handled by two and is perfect for a live aboard situation. A full electronics package, fridge, stove, two showers and a full bath. The boat also has a 1930 Penn Yan dinghy which is easily employed as a tender. The boat has been well maintained and will survey out well and be ready for cruising this season.
59 Feet 1918 F.D Lawley Yacht
This Lawley Wooden Motor Yacht has undergone significant upgrading in the last four years. It has striking lines offering a canoe stern. The interior is simple, classic and largely original with elegant touches and fixtures. The boat was at one time the Committee Boat for the New York City Yacht Club. The interior of this boat is panoramic and nicely appointed in every way. A full electronics package is equipped on the boat as well as navigational gear, generators and inverter. The condition overall in a recent survey grades this boat as excellent in amazing shape for its age.
72 Feet 1938 Sparkman and Stephens Sailing Yawl
The legendary Sparkman and Stephens racing yacht Baruna is available. Last seen trading tacks with Bolero on San Francisco Bay.Baruna is one of the worlds most famous racing yachts:twice winner of the Newport to Bermuda Race and an able competitor in The Big Boat Series in San Francisco.She is an elagant yacht with extensive refits, yet still having all her original hardware including the first coffee grinder winches ever built by Barient.Baruna is awondeful contender for Antigua and the European Classic Regatta. Own a piece of yacht racing history
41 Feet 1928 Chad Jones Yacht
Purchased from Maryland in 2012 and completely restored during 2013 in Turkey. Beautifully finished and repowered with twin GM diesel engines. Garmin GPS and Satellite where also added during the restoration.
42 Feet 2014 J-Craft Torpedo Runabout
The j Craft boat is like no other. This boat evokes the glamour of the Classic Wooden Speedboats but offers the latest design and engineering techniques. The boat easily sleeps four adults plus one Captain in two generous cabin areas. The main deck is complete with a refrigerator, ice-maker, sink for easy entertaining. Glassware and china designed by the Prince of Sweden. Powered by two unique forward facing Volvo Penta IPS engines the boat will easily reach speeds up to 60MPH. A joystick helps you in tight quarters and the interior is sumptuous both inside and out with world renowned designer driven materials throughout.
77 Feet 1941 Elco PT-Boat
Of the nearly 400 small, fast, versatile wooden Patrol Torpedo boats which were built around WWII, only a handful survive to this day. PT 48 is the only remaining 77' Elco PT Boat and a member of the heroic WWII "Mosquito Fleet". With its stylish look, cold molded cabins, reverse S bend stem, it was one of the first successful ELCO designs. PT 48 has arguably spent more time in the combat zone than any other PT Boat in existence from October 11, 1942 to August 7, 1944 and is officially credited with sinking IJN TERUZUKI. A combat highlight, while on patrol with PT 109 (led by John F. Kennedy), PT 48 was damaged by high seas and rescued by PT 109 and the use of a hand pump. The rich battle record of PT 48 is an intrinsic part of US history. Early after her 1941 launch and shortly after Pearl Harbor, PT 48 aggressively attacked enemy vessels in the Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal and Funuati. This vessel is not currently running and is a great restoration candidate.
28 Feet 1966 Riva Super Aquarama
Essentially a new Riva Super Aquarama with a full restoration completed in 2005 by RAM in Sarnico, Italy. All wood is new but for a few frames and tow boards and was the most extensive restoration they have ever done. The sides were completely replaced with new triple lamination. Even the seat frames were rebuilt. In short, nothing was left untouched. The boat now has 454 blocks with Holly Pro-Jection fuel injection and we estimate the engines produce over 400 HP each. We saw 55 MPH on the GPS last summer at 6,200 elevation making it the fastest Riva we have seen. The engines could be changed back to the original carbureted version with a simple change of an intake manifold and carburetor. The boat is offered complete with a DHM custom trailer and a full mooring. They do not get any nicer than this one.
26 Feet 2000 Cutts & Case Picinic Boat
This is a magnificent boat that has been built with attention to detail. This vessel has a beautiful design with clean lines and admirable performance. Cutts’ boats are hand-crafted, which gives each vessel the individuality that sets them apart from the rest. There's a minimum of 20,000 man-hours dedicated to every boat they build. The pattern of the boards is a linear mosaic under a glass-like gleam of varnish. Hand-carved details, unique to each vessel, are etched into the upper hull. That kind of craftsmanship takes time; a Cutts boat takes an average of 4 years to construct. The Cutts patented method of boat building features veining grooves, Kevlar cording, a double-planked skin and epoxy-saturated cording.
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