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15' Feet 1930's Thompson
This boat is in beautiful condition and has always been kept covered Ina garage. There is not a ton of information available, but after consulting with a Thompson boat expert, we determined it could possibly be a family Row Boat, pre World War 2. The only markings on the boat are the metal Thompson Bros plate at the front of the boat.
16ft Feet 1965 Thompson Super Thomboy
This 1965 Thompson Super Thomboy is an 18 foot version of the 16 foot Thomboy produced by the Thompson Brothers in the 1960s. Fully restored by her previous owner in 2006, which is detailed in a journal of receipts, completed tasks, and pictures. The restoration included new upholstery to the front dashboard, two fully reclining captain chairs, rear bench seat, and custom canvas cover. Powered by an 1988, 100 hp, 4-cylinder, oil injected 2-stroke Mercury outboard with a newly rebuilt fuel system and lower power unit.
25' Feet 1964 Lyman Sleeper
Swept Away was the pride and joy of our father who grew up on the river. The boat has great bones and rich history. It needs some wood and engine work to be restored to its past glory. Our family wants to find a new home for the boat with people who want to keep Swept Away on the river!
23 Feet 1980 Glastron Scimitar
Classic scimitar boat with glass windshield,wiper, T-Tops and is a heck of an eye catcher.
15’ Feet 1955 Whitehouse
1952 Whitehouse fiberglass boat - custom refinished and ready to hit the water. Could also be a project boat. Includes fully refurbished 1956 Johnson Sea Horse 30 Hp Vintage Outboard RDE 18 (electric fuel pump and starter solenoid installed.) Trailer included but needs new springs. We bought from the son of the original owner, but he did not have the original paperwork. We love this boat! It gets lots of looks and compliments every time we take it out. It’s just a little to small for our family of 5 to use frequently.
16' Feet Pre 1905 Warren Cole
Pre 1905 Guideboat restored in Maine, Featured in Wooden Boat Magazine Launchings. Shaw and Tenney oars and oarlocks. Flag blue topsides
18' 2" Feet 1980 Cobalt 18DV
New jump & lounge seat. Bow cushion insert. Full teak swim deck with boarding ladder. Complete set of extra interior, side and stern rails & recessed walkway inserts. Body in good shape. Outdrive gears need replacing. Engine replacement: Original engine #670820 Replacement engine #67818 done in 2019 with only 400 hours on it. Since children are married, use of boat is much less & estimate only 600 hour on it now. Records of all work done o boat and engine.
12 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft CC12
This beautiful boat is a kit boat registered as a Chris Craft. Mahogany deck
14 Feet 1959 Whirlwind Outboard
No repairs were necessary or performed under seller’s ownership. Engine runs well and will push the boat along nicely. Winterized and last in the water in 2022. Comes with 1959 Cox single-axle trailer.
26 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Cutlass Cavalier
We purchased the boat in September, 2015 and have been using it each summer since then. The information we received from the seller indicates that it was originally delivered in 1968 to Minnetonka Boat Works in Wayzata, MN. The records indicate that the engine is a 327 with 210 horsepower. The seller also claimed that work exceeding $18,000 had been done, but there were no details about that work. A previous owner removed the original cuddy, but as you can see from the pictures, it does not look chopped up. Essentially, he created a large open boat for day cruising, which is exactly how we have enjoyed it for the last several years. We have it on a lift in Lake Minnetonka in the summer and it is stored indoors in the winter. We invested in a complete strip down to the wood and repaint of the lap strake sides and a stain and varnish refinishing of the transom (although the transom finish is starting to weather). We also had the carb and starter rebuilt and a new fuel pump installed. The engine runs well and it cruises along pretty well when it gets up on plane. There is no speedometer so I can't tell you how fast it goes. It holds 10-12 comfortably as it has a 10-ft beam. It handles waves extremely well, including running through wake-surf boat wakes at speed. The trailer was purchased in 2016 and has been used sparingly. The boat appears to be structurally sound in general. The bottom is ok but could probably use some caulking and sealing in places, particularly where it meets the transom. There are a couple of floor and/or floor support pieces that could be replaced where the wood is starting to deteriorate, but we use it as-is now with no immediate problems. Some cushion covers are ripped, but useable (filling is not falling out). The engine runs really well. If it sits more than a few days, it usually requires priming some gas directly into the carb, but after ignition it runs fine and will re-start without issue. We have used the boat every year including this summer.
13 Feet 1950 Speedliner Typhoon
This is a rare model of Speedliner. The Typhoon was designed as a "C"-Service and "D"-Stock racing runabout. The boat underwent a complete restoration using the original General Marine #313144 boat as a pattern. It is complete with a all hardware Keller steering wheel, CW throttle, Merc. KG9 tachometer and Muskegon speedometer. Includes a restored matching #'s 1953 Mercury Mark 40H #712955. The Gear foot was rebuilt by Ron Thomas. Trailer is included.
16' Feet 1940s - 1960s? Chestnut Canoe Company N.B.
Vintage cedar strip canoe! Own a piece of history! Beautiful, fully restored, 16-foot vintage canoe from the Chestnut Canoe Company, N.B. Likely the Prospector model with v-shaped transom stern. So smooth on the water. As you can see from the pictures, it’s in great shape. There is -- full-disclosure -- a damaged spot on the ribs near the bow, about the size of a lady's fist. It doesn’t affect the vessel's seaworthiness at all as it is near the rail and it isn’t big enough to affect the sturdiness of the structure.
30 Feet 1950 Hunter Utility
It was bought in the 70s as a family excursion boat but never did get to the water. It has been sitting in a garage all this time, waiting for a new owner.
18 Feet 1962 Skee Craft
I am selling our antique 1962 Volvo Penta Skee Craft Two sleeper cabin cruiser with Volvo-PentaV4 engine. I got her about ten years ago and I am the third owner of this boat. I don’t want to part with her, but in ten years, I have not had the time or energy to restore her. I am getting older and I think its time to let this project go. She was outside for two years and in storage for the rest. I want her to go to someone who loves wood boats, would restore her and see her return to lake life. This boat was built in PA by the Amish. The Amish hand sanded this boat. She is made of white oak, mahogany and marine plywood. The deck, cabin and seats are white oak. The Volvo Penta engine, model AQ-145 inboard/outboard motor. It was rebuilt in 1984 with a complete rebuild in 2002. I have not started her in six years, sorry. We are asking $5000.00 which includes the trailer but look her over and make us an offer.
12 Feet 1950 Aero Craft "Custom Deluxe" Outboard Runabout
Manufactured in St Charles, MI, Aero Craft built a variety of aluminum outboard runabouts. This 12' Custom Deluxe model featured aft-steering and remote outboard controls in a sporty configuration. This 1950 example has been nicely restored and is in very good condition. The 1956 Johnson 15hp Outboard has been restored and runs well. Sold complete with fuel tank, 2018 galvanized trailer, and a snap-on tonneau cover.
17 Feet 1956 Peterborough Kawartha
A classic for sure. Restoration recently completed and she looks beautiful. All wood has been sanded, stained and varnished as appropriate. Varnish up to 6 coats depending on area of boat. Has decent trailer, no engine.
15 Feet 1939 Century Imperial Sportsman
Rare PreWar Century Imperial Sportsman. Wood is all in very good condition. Could use some varnish but solid. Honda 4 Stroke has very low hours on it. Comes on a nice trailer. Really great example of a early prewar Century boat. With a little work could be in show condition.
14ft Feet 1959 Crestliner Jet Streak
Had original paint stripped and special aluminum primer applied before painting. Father & son projected. Boys moved away and dont get to the lake much.
14 Feet 1991 Sutherland Boat and Coach
Rushton 109 built by Dan Sutherland-Hammondsport N.Y. in very nice condition with trailer, 6' oars and custom cover. New cane seats.
20' Feet 1961 Hull# Y1102 Lyman
I purchased this boat knowing the transom needed some love. Soon I found it needed some bottom planks and needed to be turned over. The boat is apart, except for engine and windshield. I built two gantry cranes and steamer box. It's a beautiful boat, but I have lost interest and energy. Last in the water Spring 2020. Engine is very strong. Who would like to make this boat a real beauty again? All parts are with the boat.
15 Feet 1959 Pacific Surfrider Outboard
1959 Boat with Fins and Brake Lights! Red fins like an old Sunbeam with functioning LED brake lights, The bottom was just completely restored last year. Near new 2018 40 HP Suzuki w/ auto trim with very few hours on it. Was out of the water for the last two years for restoration. upholstery was just redone, custom-made maroon canvas that covers the fins, a new plywood bottom using west system epoxy along with fiberglass. This is a no soak boat that doesn't leak a drop. Along with the new bottom, bottom paint, side paint and 4 additional coats of varnish on the bright work, she has a new outer keel, new outer stem, and most of the inner stem was also replaced. All the new wood has been coated in Smith's penetrating epoxy and then coated with a minimum of 3 coats of varnish over the top. She is fun..
13.5 Feet 1963 Brunswick Cutter
This was my brother-in-law's until he passed. He used it mainly at his mom's cottage as he loved the outdoors. I'm a woodworker so I stripped out the marine plywood floor and rebuilt it with cedar. It is immaculate and would complement any outdoors enthusiast's toys. Can be used for skiing or fishing. Ski attachment included. Removable vinyl roof included. Vinyl cover included. Trailer included.
16 Ft Feet 1957 Crosby
Crosby Capri is a three deck front cockpit steering fiberglass runabout manufactured by Crosby Aeromarine of Grabill, Indiana. This company was one of the early pioneers in the use of this new and controversial construction material. At the time, this synthetic (fiberglass) was relatively new and untested, although fiberglass boat models had made their appearance as early as 1950. Widespread acceptance by the boating community was not gained, however until the mid 1950s when companies began to standardize construction methods. At issue were weight and flotation. While fiberglass was strong, it was also very heavy when layered to achieve the required level of strength. Further, it would not float when swamped so sealed air chambers had to be designed into the hull and/or styrofoam blocks fastened to the seat bottoms as an early solution. In fact this late 1957 model sports a 3 cubic foot air chamber under the front deck which added 200 lbs of additional buoyancy. The wood interior of the Crosby also aided in providing additional flotation through the 1957 model year. A fiberglass interior appeared in 1958 and later models. What set Crosby apart from its competitors was the incorporation of strips of balsa wood laminated between two fiberglass floor layers. The 2 cubic feet of balsa cut into 1 inch square by 6 ft strips added a conservative 105 lbs of additional buoyancy which was twice a buoyant as cork. Additionally the could bend to conform to hull contours, and had great shock absorbing and sound deadening properties. Abner Crosby, the company's founder sold out to Archer-Daniels-Midland in 1958 and went on to found the Hydrodyne Boat Company which produced similar boats. In fact, his quality reputation caused most of the original Mercury 7 astronauts to choose his boats for their personal use. Also, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy ordered a Hydrodyne in 1963 for her family to use in their Cape Cod summer home.
14 Feet 1961 Arkansas Traveler Rocket
The boat was my brothers pride and joy. He left me with it but I would like to sell it to someone who can use it and take care of it. My brother saw the boat in his friend's yard in the early 2000's. He bought the boat and started working on it right away. He even devoted his garage to it for several years. In the process he stripped and painted the hull. He also bought new parts and had some others re-chromed. You could tell he loved the Rocket by the time and money he spent on it. Both the boat and trailer have titles. Extras that come with the boat are in the pictures.
16'-0" Feet 1961 Old Town
16' 1960 Old Town lapstrake ski boat with 40/HP Johnson Super Seahorse outboard motor. Very original and in extremely sound condition. New Bimini top with side panels. Motor runs very well. Comes with 2020 EZ Loader trailer, spare parts motor. low mileage on trailer. Excellent condition. Comes Complete with two fuel tanks, Dock lines, Fenders, 12 V Battery, Cushions, Anchor and Compass
7ft 6” Feet 1940 Old Town
This Old Town Dinghy served as a Yacht tender on Lake Michigan, then was purchased and fully restored in 1982 by John Larson who then transferred it to St. Croix where it was used to shuttle him to his sailboat. We purchased it in 2015 and had it on display in the rafters of our lake house on Squam Lake. It has all the needed parts to be in the water along with a sail for additional propulsion. In excellent condition.
15' Feet 1928 PennYan Challenger
'No Soak' Monowood hull. Boat in immaculate condition. Has been completely restored and refinished in original PennYan color. Motor shown in photos is negotiable.
15'6 Feet 1956 Thompson Sea Coaster
Show condition. Purchased by the current owner in 1985. Won best land display, Alexandria Bay, 2010 and best outboard motor. Won best Classic outboard motor 2022 in Georgetown SC show. Has trailer.
18 Feet 1956 Trojan Sea Breeze
This boat has been totally restored factory new condition. Stem, flooring, complete rewire, new dash controls, cables, steering, complete refinish to factory correct color, hardware re-chromed, and new full fitted cover. Both motors are completely rebuilt, repainted to original colors, installed and tuned by retired OMC factory tech. Also included is a new custom fitted galvanized trailer. The boat is ready to go and show!
20 Feet 1974 Slickcraft
First 2 owners used the boat for fishing & Scuba Diving Lake Michigan, In 1996 2nd owner Overhauled entire Boat, The Motor, Upgraded Newer Lower Unit , Complete Paint to Boat & Dual Axle Trailer. Engine is an 8 Cylinder 302 Mercruiser 2 Barrel 188HP Inboard Motor, Regular Routine Yearly Maintenance, Stored Winters Indoors, Very Clean. Trailer Surge Brakes work as they should, Has Newer Tires, Tows Smoothly, All Trailer lights work like they should, All Boat Lights Work like they should… Comes with— Garmin Echo Maps 53 DV Chart Plotter, Ship to Shore Radio, CB, 7 Like New Life Vests, New Extra 15 Pitch Prop, Flare Gun Kit, New Extra set of Spark Plug Wires & Coil, 2 Fluke Anchors, Boat Cover, 7 Fender Bumpers, Large Buoy, Newer Tires on Trailer, Kenwood Stereo System, Fire Extinguishers, Plug in Spot Light, Portable Toilet in Berth, 60 Gallons of Gas, Extra Portable Ladder, Sun Umbrella, I have the convertible top but never mounted it.
15 Feet 1962 Cruisers
2nd owner. Boat always stored inside. Used one week a year for fishing trip to Canada. All original.
16'1" Feet 1969 Correct Craft
I've owned this boat for 20 yrs. Purchased it from a good friend who bought it in 1985. During my ownership it has been stored under shelter. During the restoration process the engine had a complete overhaul, electronic ignition upgrade, new gas tank and fuel lines, shifter cables, drive shaft bushings, reconditioned prop, carpet, teak swim platform. Hull and fiberglass painted with Dupont Emron.
14 Feet 1950 Larson
Beautifully restored Larson boat from about 1950. A true Minnesota classic! No motor. Trailer excluded.
14 Feet 1972 Marlin Fiberglass Co. Nantucket Launch
Hull #9. Freshly overhauled Atomic 4 engine by master marine mechanic. Fiberglass lapstrake style hull with all new highly varnished woodwork.
12' Feet 2004 Grand Illusion Penn Yan Swift
Re-creation of a 1950's Penn Yan Swift. Made in the same method as originals (cedar strips over oak frame), except that instead of a lacquered canvas covering, this boat was clad in fiberglass. Dark Blue hull finish. Like new condition.
16 Feet 1900's Rowing Skiff
Saved from the wood pile in 1989. Properly stored in barn until 2008. It has been professionally restored in 2012 by a retired boat builder, Kenneth Swick from Van Dam boat works in Michigan. It is approx. 85% original. Won 1st place in finger lakes boat show 2015 preserved non-power category. Will be viewable at the 2023 Clayton, NY Boat Show.
13' Feet 2019 Home Built
Based on Bill Switzer's 1950's design complete with period correct engine and includes trailer.
11’ Feet 2021 1956 Hal Kelly
Brand new 1956 designed Hal Kelly Airborne class B runabout. Meticulously constructed of ringshanked brass fasteners true to the era. Fully restored mint condition 1956 Mercury 20h race motor. Boat rigged in all original Keller rigging. Custom trailer for the boat is included
30 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Crusader
This boat was kept in a warehouse so everything is mint. Everything works more or less, one motor starts right up and the other motor needs a starter. But before the starter went both motors started no problem.
17 feet Feet 2003 Reardon Canopy Launch
I purchased this classic reproduction of a 19th century launch from the builder Bill Reardon who is the famed owner of Reardon Boat Works in Texas. He built it and I purchased it from him at an antique and classic boat show in Apalachicola, Fl in 2005.
24 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Sportsman (PAIR)
TWO 1965 CHRIS CRAFT 24’ SPORTSMAN SEA SKIFFS – FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! Both boats in highly restorable condition. INCLUDES: One rebuilt 327 Chris Craft engine. Never run needs exhaust manifolds, risers and final assembly. Includes trans, carb, starter alternator, oil cooler etc., One Chris Craft 283 – unknown condition – complete, Extra parts with both engines, One yard trailer with original Chris Craft cradle. Both boats have majority of original hardware, instrumentation, rails, navy top frame, cabin cushions, fuel tanks. Controls and cables. One boat is missing shaft and prop. One swim platform. Both stored under framed covers with engines removed. Cleanest boat has windshield removed for deck covering replacement. Twins for sale as package
26 Feet 1971 Lyman Sleeper
The 26' Lyman Sleeper model offers ample room for passengers and the cuddy area is comfortable for napping or an overnight. In 2017, several bottom planks were replaced and the transom was refinished. Canvas top and seat cushion upholstery are in very good condition. The boat features trim tabs and enlarged rudder (for better handling), compass, Garmin depth finder and marine radio, plus a fixed anchor windless and rope. Mahogany decks and all varnished surfaces are in exceptional condition. Sides and bottom were repainted in 2017. Engine tuned, choke installed and carb rebuilt in 2021. Dual batteries. A great boat at an attractive price! [PRICE REDUCED - September 2023!]
23 Feet 1957 Lonestar Carribien
1957 Lonestar carribien.shell on original tandem axle trailer. Need complete restoration. Only a handful of these are left with the full lower windshield no split in the middle. Very rare. One of a kind.
14 Feet 2003 Shew & Burnham
The Whitehall Rowing Skiff combines the look and performance of a classic design. She’s fast, stable, and can carry up to three adults. Stunning craftsmanship! Prior to outboards, Whitehalls were the boat of choice for working harbors. Whisper is gorgeous and in excellent condition. Her riveted lapstrake construction is accented with cedar planks and well-maintained mahogany brightwork, seats, transom, and trim. Whisper is sold with her cradle, oars, and four oarlocks. She rows like a dream! Shew & Burnham Inc. (1968-2018) of South Bristol ME is known for their artisanship used in constructing more than 200 small traditional wooden boats. Whisper is located in Mid-Coast Maine.
13.5 feet Feet 1937 Thompson Bro's Boat Mfg. Co., Peshtigo, WI
This original vintage 1937 Thompson Bro's wooden cedar strip row boat was fully restored by our late father Robert (Bob) Kraemer in May 1986. It is in excellent condition (hardwood oak seats) and ready for the water! The boat comes with a trailer and 1949-1952 (Serial #350385 so it is that year range based on our research) vintage Mercury KF5 Super5 5HP outboard motor. It also comes with fully restored wooden oars, carpet pad for the bottom, classic vintage anchor, and battery operated bow and stern lights. Our father Bob was an avid duck and goose hunter (as well as whitetail and mule deer, turkey, bear, elk hunter and fisherman) and who was a life-long conservationist with an eye and love of the outdoors, which he passed these traditions on to his 4 sons and grandchildren. He was a life-long supporter of Ducks Unlimited and was the editor and publisher of the DU Webfoot News for over 25 years. Our dad was born in 1937 and DU was also first established in 1937 so he purchased this 1937 Thompson Bro's wooden cedar-strip boat as a way to commemorate the year DU was established and year of his birth. He completely restored it by himself in May 1986 (see plate of restoration date with his name and month/year stamped in the rear hull of the boat). The boat has been kept in storage and is in excellent condition (just like it was in May 1986 when he restored it), and is ready for another collector to add this age-old beauty to their collection or continue to use for duck hunting, fishing, or just for enjoying the serenity of a local lake. This Thompson Bro's wooden cedar strip boat and vintage Mercury outboard have many more years to go!
16 Feet 1948 Century
1948 Make: Century Model: Utility 16’ Motor: Grey Marine Phantom Six-112 Includes flag and owner’s manual Trailer is homemade - This is a project boat. Haven’t started it 30 years. Valuation done by Anthony at antique boat America.
18 Feet 1997 Giesler Lake Nipissing Outboard
Purchased in Clayton, N.Y. Options include split backrest, split center deck, fiberglass botton, two spray rails,running lights & many coats of marine varnish. This boat has won many first place contemporary classics. It is a beautiful, one of a kind cedar strip boat that never goes out without receiving numerous accolades. Was in the water in August of 2023. This boat needs nothing. Easy to handle and easy to store. MOTIVATED SELLER
8 Feet 2020 Mirage custom built Flivver boat
The boat is a 2020 8' Mirage custom built Flivver boat. Boat is 100% brand new and custom refinished to match motor and trailer. It is a 100% turn key boat motor and trailer. Boat is 100% fiberglass with no wood and finish as day it left factory. Has restored 3 gallon fuel tank new fuel line connectors, hose and primer bulb. fuel tank, The boat has fire extinguisher, whistle cushion, paddle, dock lines and fenders. The main engine is a 1958 Mercury Mark 30 30 HP inline four cylinder manual start. Motor has had a complete 100% restoration and rebuild from top to bottom. Motor has transom lock. Motor has three blade bronze propeller. Motor has kill switch and lanyard installed. The trailer is 1962 model year and original Trailcar trailer with a 100% restoration and has a painted matching spare tire and dolly jack , tie downs with new winch. This boat is a 100% turn key boat with 5 hours run time on engine. Boat is very fast and fun. Boat has full cover. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED.
24 Feet 1965 Lyman Utility
24 Lyman project has good bones and engine. Bottom and ribs look to be in good shape. The transom needs some attention. It includes an updated stereo system. Comes without trailer. Offered at $,6000 OBO
14 Feet 1952 Peterborough Zephyr Outboard
Single-owner, 14-foot cedar strip, original logo, renewed transom, water-tight as in a wooden boat, new gas tank, new fuel lines, incl. bulb, new battery and wiring, new ignition switch, full original windshield, completed $1,000 service to engine Aug. 2022, double handle throttle / gear shift, no canvas or fiberglass, beautiful lacquered finish, no broken ribs, ideal for immediate use and to add to one's collection for the long term. Priced to sell.
16 Feet 2019 Snipe Class
Completed in 2019 This is a Classic Snipe Wooden Hull Sailboat. Built from 1931 plans from William Crosby. Boat is 100% complete including aluminum centerboard, Mast and Boom by Selden Mast. Includes 2019 Main Sail and Jib and all rigging by Precision Sails Inc. Includes a 5 HP Elec Motor and Full winter cover.
31.5 Feet 1979 Bayliner Conquest
It's old solid good running boat duel 305s run great.. everything on boat functions as it should
21' Feet 1982 Century Coronado
This boat was on Lake George, NY. Always kept in a boathouse and very well maintained by the local marinas. It has what seems to be the original interior which is in great shape overall. The bottom is in great shape as well. It has a factory swim platform that works very well for lake swimming. In the rear of the motor box is a bar area setup for entertaining. The motor sounds very nice like it should. These classic Coronados have a great tone to them. The gauges all work well. When I drove this boat for the first time, I felt like Kid Rock in his video. [PRICE REDUCED - June 2023 - Ready for the water at a very attractive price!]
22 Feet 1973 Century Coronado
This is a 1973 Century Coronado. I am the third owner. The boat is not original but good solid boat. Has a custom teak swim platform on back, new carpet and a fresh battery.
14 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Trailboat
Original owner. 14’. Bottom needs new canvas or repair. Has not been in the water for 20 years but in dry storage. Includes antique oars and Johnson 5.5 HP motor (circa 1960) which may also need repair. Also has custom bows to support cover but no cover. Beautiful brass hardware includes oar locks, seat supports, and bow handle and the Penn Yan serial number is carved in the wood. More details available on request. Price negotiable based of circumstances.
17 Feet 1954 Shepherd 17SS Runabout
This is a very unique Shepherd that was custom ordered and delivered to its first owners in Smiths Falls, ON in 1954. A good restoration candidate that is in solid condition, some work started. This boat comes with all the hardware and a few extra parts. There is no engine included. Original engine was a Chrysler Hemi. The hull is structurally solid and ready to be completed!
17 Feet 1982 Old Town
Pristine condition. One owner. Used only several times over the years. Stored indoors. Wood with clear fiberglass coating. A beautiful canoe.
17 Feet 1978 Correct Craft
This boat has been kept and maintained in our family since it was purchased the manufacture year. Boat runs and drives beautifully Dials, horn, blowers, all functioning. The boat was professionally reupholstered about 15 years ago. The upholstery is still in good shape, however is showing some signs of sun spotting. No soft spots in any of the decking or carpeted areas. All original trim panels, vents and hardware.
24' Feet 1969 Tollycraft
Body/ fiberglass is good interior needs restoration great classic project boat.
24 Feet 1978 Lyman Sportsman
Second owner and fresh water only. Has been fished on in the Lake Ontario for many years and handles the rough chop with ease. The teak was all done in 2021, and canvas is older but in like new condition due to being boat house kept. Engine runs well with no issues.
15.5 Feet 1955 Rice Lake Boat Works
My understanding is that this boat was purchased in Western Canada from a Sears catalogue.
16 Feet 1953 Lyman
1953 Classic smaller Lyman outboard in excellent condition. I have enjoyed this boat for many years on the St Lawrence, Sodus bay and the fingerlakes. Need to make room for other projects!
12 Feet 1969 Home Built Rowboat
This boat was a barn-find several years ago in Douglasville PA. The original builder was tracked down to TomsRiver, NJ. Restored by her current owner. She has the original oars, all brass hardware and is sold complete with a single axle trailer.
17' Feet 1911 B.N Morris
Purchased in 1982...took years to lovingly restore...has not been used since completion of restoration...mahogany trim, including gunwales, seats and heart shaped decks. Has a rectangular tag located on the splayed stem with hull number #7780...with two pairs of cant ribs above the stem...
14 Feet 1970's Kawartha Metis Canoe
This beautiful canoe was made by the Kawartha Métis & N.S. Indian Association (Burleigh Falls, Ontario, Canada) in the 1970's. Many aspects are very similar to boats built by Peterborough including the ribs, decking, and coamings. It is a fine example of Canadian craftsmanship and is in outstanding original condition. Enjoy a luxurious ride on your favorite lake or use this as a magnificent show piece for your home, B&B or business. This canoe has always been stored indoors, in temperature control and away from direct sunlight. Meticulously cared for over the years and maintained. It was last in the water in 2019 and is watertight and sea worthy. We're selling this beauty because although we love this boat we don't use it with our young kids and we're renovating and need the space. We hope it finds a new home that enjoys it as much as we have. 2 vintage wooden paddles are also included. Although not restored (one has a crack in the blade) they look good and are perfect for a simple DIY restoration project).
16 Feet 1940 Peterborough
Cedar double ended rowing skiff with spoon oars with leathers. Boat came from Muskoka area. Had been owned by the Hand family then another party in Ontario. I got it about 20 years ago and subsequently had some strips, 1/2 keel and a stem replaced by the instructors at Urban Boatbuilders in St Paul. the outer hull was stripped and I varnished with Deks Olje. Our use at the cottage was great but our use is inconvenient by the repeated in and out with soaking when we would return after a few weeks away. Deck batten boards need repair or replacement. All original hardware including the rare foot brace. Interior and gunwales could/should be refinished. Has been in dry storage for 5 years. No trailer, can car top or fit inside a van. Wonderful rowing. Can assist with delivery.
16'7 Feet 1999 Custom Outboard
Solid boat with room for cruising or fishing. Hull is mahogany, marine grade ply and fiberglass with silicon bronze and 316 SST fasteners throughout. Quality built from stem to stern with finished insides and a center opening windshield to access the front deck. This boat has a dry ride and enough V in the hull to manage most lakes and bays nicely. Solid electrical system with dual batteries forward, built in dual battery charger, dual bilge pumps, and cockpit lights. Garmin GPS with fishfinder/chartplotter and a VHF/FM radio. 90HP Yamaha which has been meticulously maintained with only 308 hours. Twin 12 gal built in fuel tanks (24 gal. total) with fuel selector switch and 10-micron filter. Bilges are clean. Two seats forward, a bench seat aft, and room for an ice chest right in the middle. A storage shelf is located forward under the deck on the port side and there is another spot to stow the anchor forward. This boat and engine were cleaned and flushed after every use, and it has spent nearly all of its life in the garage when it wasn’t in the water. Galvanized Sportsman trailer with two new hubs and a spare tire. Tires are in very good condition. This handsome boat always sparks conversation and raises plenty of eyebrows at the boat ramp. Clean, solid, classic and in very good condition. More pictures available upon request.
17 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Sportsman
I purchased the boat from the original owner in 1984 intending to restore it. The hull is in solid original shape. The engine was seized and removed. The boat has been stored in a garage ever since except for a short period under a tarp. Hardware and mechanicals available include: (1) nearly all trim hardware except the windshield brackets. (2) complete steering system from wheel through linkage to rudder, (3) drive shaft and prop, (4) fuel tank and lines, (5) instruments but in poor condition, (6) seats and engine cover in sound structural condition but covered in vinyl, and (7) parts to the three barrel carburetor from the original engine.
13'6 Feet 1958 Glasstron SkiFlite
Nice looking restored boat with new interior. This is a classic Glastron that features a modern outboard for power and reliability. A great affordable way to get into the hobby!
11'6 Feet 2010 Hal Kelly Wetback Hydroplane
This is a Hal Kelly Wetback design, D-Class Hydroplane. She is powered with a Mercury Mark 55E mounted on an H-tower with quickie gearfoot. Beautiful, no scars, electric start, ready for the water, has a launch cart.
9'8 Feet 2010 Hal Kelly Jupiter B-Class Hydroplane
This is a Hal Kelly Jupiter design, B-class hydroplane. She is powered with a Mercury Mark 25 outboard mounted on a conversion tower with quickie gearfoot. Nice shape overall and ready to play. Sold with a launch cart.
11 Feet 2010 Hal Kelly Foo-Ling B Class Utility
This is a Hal Kelly Foo-Ling B-Class Utility. Nice shape and ready to put in the water and go. Powered by a Mercury Mark 25 mounted on an H-tower and quickie lower unit. Complete with a launch cart.
21 Feet 1988 Century Coronado
An excellent Century Coronado with relatively low hours. Engine runs great, the boat is in need of some cosmetics. The floor is soft. Double axel trailer included with new tires and winch. Includes and bimini, tonneau, and mooring cover.
26 feet 1986 Crown Point Sailing Dory
This 26ft Crown Point Sailing Dory was built by expert craftsman Emerson Willard of Wilmington, North Carolina. The Crown Point design is a modern take on the Classic Dory. Built from plywood and covered in fiberglass, Emerson handcrafted these boats by himself with his small sawmill and workshop. The stern has cavity for an outboard motor. Currently powered with a Mercury 210 c.c. outboard. She is in need of some cosmetic restoration at this time but believed to be all complete.
16 Feet 2005 Quessy Canoe
A well built Canadian lightweight Kevlar Canoe built in Quebec. Only used 3 times. Comes with life jackets and 2 paddles. Some minor damage on one end, but only cosmetic.
22 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff Ranger
Responsive, nimble, and excellent sea keeping, open water Chris-Craft with clean bilge. Over all in excellent condition. Rebuilt Chris-Craft "M" 130 hp flat head 6 cylinder engine with 14 hours; new Stewart-Warner gauges and new wiring. New cushions and drapery in V-berth and stand-up galley and head. Sea worthy with restoration 85% complete. Rehab done so far: hull and bottom painted, cabin sides and deck painted, new marine plywood deck boards with paint, new glassed foredeck with paint, varnished exterior mahogany. Unfinished: interior varnish rehab. Stored inside, boat stands available. Dual axle trailer.
18.5 Feet 1941 Murray Wright Rampage
Murray Wright Rampage day sailor, 41, solid clinch-nailed mahogany and cedar boat. Elongated version of the popular K-Boat. Wright built only 6 of these boats, for friends and family, two were lost in a barn fire, and the three others are held by the Finger Lakes Boating Museum. Restored completely, ready to sail. Boat is 18.5 feet with a main mast of 28-29 feet. All original, all components stamped 41. A very rare boat. New custom made sail by Jon Greiner, also 41, restored trailer, 6 hp long shank Evenrude motor, recently serviced. All bronze hardware (that was TOUGH to find)! Many other items of sailing equipment included--a complete captain's bag. Ready to launch. Must see in person! Considering best offers. I bought this boat when I was going through some tough times. Working on the boat with my pop was one of my few pleasures. We remade the interior out of cherry, stripped it all down, recaulked it, refinished it, and I think we did a really good job on it. Epifanes on the deck & hull, Tonkinois on the interior. Rubberized calk. Unfortunately, now that it's more or less complete, I no longer have the time to sail it!
18 Feet 1990 Cobia Spirit
1990 Cobia fiberglass cuddy-cabin day cruiser. Current owner purchased the boat in 2017 and installed new I/O bellows. The Cobia was last in the water in 2015.
14' Feet 1958 Glen L Designed
Bought and assembled by current owner in 1958 from Montgomery Ward Catalog. Very well maintained over the years. Used lightly and stored indoors when not in use. Hull is very sound and doesn't leak a drop. Painted hull sides and varnished decks are in excellent condition. This boat needs nothing. Ready to enjoy. Motor Runs great
30 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Constellation
3rd owner. Boat house kept first 30 years. Teak decks. Out out water last 15 years and stored inside
17 Feet 1917 Old Town
articulars: 17ft. Mahogany trim. Always stored indoors, always on its keel. Recanvassed, restored in the 1990’s. Includes: paddles – 2 – Old Town original; paddle, double bladed – Old Town original; slatted seat back – Old Town original; repair kit – Old town original; a few braided rugs; flag staff with flag. Old Town sail rig – original 1923 Particulars: newer sail in vg condition; leeboards; leeboard thwart; rudder; all original hardware. Trailer Particulars: bunks set for flat carry of upright canoe; bearings serviced 2018; spare wheel; winch; always stored indoors.
25 Feet 1960 Owens
Well built cruiser with kitchen and bathroom. Sleeps 3 easily. Nice running 283 which has been recently tuned up and serviced. Full weather enclosure and double axel trailer included. The hull has been repainted and varnished in spring of 2021. This a tight hull that doesn't leak. Trailer has had a big makeover including new bearings and seals, New Wheel Cylinders, New Master Cylinder and fresh paint. Very reliable trailer read for the road. Ready to use now!!
16 Feet 1959 Thompson Sea Coaster
Beautiful restored 1959 Thompson 16' Sea Coaster on original trailer w/ 1959 50hp Evinrude in running condition. This boat is ready to turn heads when you are on the water. It is ready to hit the lake for tons of fun ! Includes original brochure and owners manual w/ parts list for Evinrude. Serious offers will be considered.
17 Feet 1914 B. N. Morris Heavy Water Canoe
This canoe is very similar to a 1910s-1920s Old Town but was built by the B. N. Morris Canoe Company in Veazie, Maine in 1914. Morris produced wood and canvas canoes from 1891 until fire destroyed the factory late in 1919. The 17-foot Heavy Water canoe was apparently shipped to Maryland in 1915. It later found its way to the hands of a Warren Proctor, who owned a camp in northern Pittsburg, New Hampshire where it spent most of its life being paddled on the first Connecticut River lake. Upon his death, she was acquired by the current owner. It has been stored inside since. The factory green was repainted with a blue tone which is now cracked and in need of a refresh. The hull is in great shape, no cracked rips or internal damage. The keel is in good shape. The brass bow-strip has fallen off but is still with the boat. Original seats are intact. The hull serial number is 11755.
18 Feet 1941 Old Town Sailing Canoe
Old Town Wood-Canvas Sailing Canoe Old Town canoe 130365 is an 18 foot, Common Sense grade Otca model canoe with Half-Ribs and Open Spruce gunwales. This canoe is fitted for sailing as well as paddling and is ready to create pleasant memories for a new owner. This 1941 Old Town Otca model was meticulously restored in 2017. Most of the sail rigging is original to canoe. Mast has been rebuilt and original sail replaced with a period-correct 55 sq.ft. four-panel lateen sail with battens, in pale cream, with the look a feel of cotton. The canoe also sports a new custom-built floor rack, a brass flagpole socket, a painter ring and a period-correct Old Town decal. Additionally, the canoe comes with an original Old Town canoe chair, pennant, mast-top ribbon, photos of the recent restoration, and a copy of the original Old Town build record. This canoe was featured on the cover of the journal "Wooden Canoe", vol. 40, number 3, which contains her full story.
16' Feet 1959 Cruisers, Inc. Lapstrake Outboard
We bought this boat from the original owners, a married couple in their 90's who had not been able to put it in the water for over ten years and finally decided it needed owners who would appreciate and use it.
1 Feet 1977 Johnson 70HP Power Head
This 70hp Johnson outboard power head and controls. This motor runs well and was last serviced and run in 2020. Only needs a lower unit.
13 Feet 1952 Lyman Outboard
1952 Lyman 13' tiller steer. Comes with 1960s Johnson 15 hp outboard and a 1973 Gator trailer. Hull is in decent shape, everything is there. Boat will need new gunwales and some transom work. These small Lymans are fun little boats. This would make a nice little restoration project!
16 Feet 1911 Kauffman Launch
This boat was built in Presque Isle, Michigan and constructed by by Kauffman Boat Works. She has spent her entire life on one lake in Michigan since 1911. It has been professionally restored. Everything is original to this boat. It comes with original shipping cradle as well as a trailer. It has a one cylinder Kermath engine, 6 volt electrical system. This is a very rare boat and runs great!
14 Feet 1950 Shell Lake Cormorant Deluxe
Very rare Shell Lake Cormorant outboard. Built by Shell Lake Boat Co. in Shell Lake, Wisconsin in 1950. Strip planked cedar bottom, mahogany topsides over steam bent oak frames. Mahogany decks. Extensive restoration completed in 2012. Hull and deck completely refastened with silicon bronze screws in West Gflex epoxy-filled and redrilled holes; new external keel; a few new floor frames and frame sections replaced. Completely wooded and refinished. 10 plus coats of Epiphanes on topsides, decks, seats, and coamings. Varnish refreshed every 2 years, most recently in 2019. 1982 Evinrude 15 runs well and starts easily. Lower unit and carburetor rebuilt in 2012. Includes full mooring cover, original seat and seat back cushions and new convertible bimini top.
22 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Cutlass
This boat would be a great restoration project. It comes with hull card and a newly rebuilt 327 Chevy ready to power the boat upon completion.
12 Feet 1967 Sid Son D-Class Outboard Hydroplane
This is a very nice example of a Sid Son, D-Class hydroplane built in Edison, NJ. She has been fully restored and only needs her fabric decks covered, painted, and the hardware reinstalled. The seller is offering the boat complete with all new Ceconite deck material, three 6' sections of polished aluminum nose trim, transom handles and nose handle which have been rechromed, the original aluminum flip-top fuel tank, steering wheel/hub/pulleys, and the original deadman's throttle. There is also a set of reprodution Sid Son decals and a new turn-fin to be mounted. The original Sid Son ID plate is also included with the boat. This is an easy project to finish off and all of the difficult work has been completed.
28 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Hull needs extensive rework but the motor has been rebuilt. New top, stainless steel frame. New gauges. Storage trailer included and has new tires. Propeller and transmission in good shape. The windshield is there and all parts included. Started to restore but now it's time to pass this project along to another ambitious restorer.
14 Feet 1940's Aykroyd International 14 Sailboat
This boat was purchased in Desbarat, Ontario of unclear lineage though it appears to be in the International 14 style of the Aykroyd skiffs. It lived on Basswood Lake for two seasons before weathering a storm while moored off. The thought is that one of the stays broke and the wrenching of the mast foot opened some of the planks and sent the boat to the bottom. It was brought up the next day and put into storage for the last decade. It is a project boat with a little of everything required; new paint, a few new ribs/planks, new deck canvas, new hardware.
16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Utility
Project boat! Intact 1941 Chris Craft Utility with a 6-volt, 60 HP CC engine #25335. Chrome and upholstery original. Purchased in 1985 from Nick Patch - the director of Champlain Longboats and Expeditions at the Champlain Maritime Museum. "Annabelle" has not seen the water since 1989. A pre-sale survey was completed in 2007, but the owners never sold. A Commodore’s last yacht looking for another voyage!
16 Feet 1938 Old Town Canoe
A 1938 Old Town sponson canoe for which I have the information on when it was laid up, delivered, and sold by Abercrombie & Fitch. It is one of the models with mahogany thwarts, gunwales, etc. It was completely restored about 15 years ago and at the time was covered with fiberglass. It is in very good condition and has been used sparingly in recent years.
16 Feet 1916 Kennebec Canoe
This rare sponson canoe, perhaps built in or around 1916, is believed to be a Kennebec because of its age and design. It has been completely restored with new ribs as needed. The decks, stem and canvas are all in excellent condition. She has been used sparingly in recent years and stored carefully..
18 Feet 1990 Duffy Fiberglass St. Lawrence Skiff
Built by Ogdensburg Boat Works, these fiberglass skiffs are very sought after in the 1000 Islands region. Performing much like an original skiff these one piece fiberglass hulls are more durable, and convenient requiring far less maintenance. This Skiff belongs to the original owner and has been on Cedar Island its whole life. Stored inside in the winter and outdoors in the summer.
16 Feet 1945 William Johnston Motor Skiff
This a 16’ utility boat built in 1945 by WJ, "Billy" Johnson of Port Carling, Ontario, Canada. Billy was well known for his involvement with Port Carling Boatworks and the design of the Disappearing Propeller Boat. This design was the next step after the Dispro and bears much resemblance to the early "Playmate" model, designed and built by Duke Boats. This charming boat was fully restored in 2007 by Clarion Boats. It is in beautiful condition with mahogany decking and brass finishes. “Puckish” was enjoyed by one family for pleasant cruises and island travel for many years in Muskoka and most recently on Sharbot Lake in Ontario. The boat is currently out of the water and in dry storage in Portland, ON - accessible for viewing and transport.
16 Feet 1962 Cris Craft Ski Boat
Original Dallas Texas boat. I am the 4th owner according to the documentation that came with it. It has gone through a full restoration just before I bought it in 2012 but it is in need of restoration again but it runs very well. Last time in the water was 2016 I put a hole in the hull when loading it on the trailer and have not took the time to fix it there is a few repairs needed in the hull due to rot but it is a WoodenBoat so it is to be expected. I have a Texas title to the boat, motor and trailer along with the two original flags and post from Cris Craft that came with the boat new. This could be a really nice boat again for someone who has the time and patience to restore it back to its original glory again. Thank you for looking!
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