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22 Feet 1941 Hutchinson Boat Works Utility
Originally built by Hutchinson Boatworks of Alexandria Bay, NY; these boats were often used for guide fishing, transporting people and goods to island properties, and general recreation. This example was purchased new by the extended family of the current owner, and was on display at the Clayton Antique Boat Museum in its early years between 1980 and 1987. She was brought to Tennessee and regularly used into the 1990's, then kept in covered storage since. The boat is complete and now in need of cosmetic refinishing and an engine rebuild. 1988 aluminum tandem trailer included.
1959 Mercury 45HP Outboard
I bought this engine 10 years ago from AFA Marine after they had completely rebuilt it. It's been run infrequently over the years hence the 25 hours. It comes with 2 remote controls with 9' cables, electric harness for battery hook up, a fuel line with correct attachment and a power prop.
16 foot Feet 1963 Arkansas Traveler
This boat was bought a couple of years ago at the Clayton Boat Show Auction from Antique Boat America believe it or not. Was thought to be my dream boat until I found my true dreamboat not too long after(1965 MFG Edinboro). After sitting in the shop due to other projects at the time, was restored this season and is ready to sell! Solid transom, with all original hardware, steering, seats, and snap-on cover. Stress cracks repaired followed by interlux primer and Brightside paint. Powered by a rebuilt mercury 50hp outboard with the powerhead rebuilt several years ago and just this season a magneto and full fuel system rebuild(carb kits and fuel lines and fittings). Before leaving for college, started mercury with muffs and ran. Trailer with new tires, lights, bunks, and paint. This is ready to go boat and will surely bring a lot of fun and enjoyment to whoever seeks it! If you would like to see it just call and we can arrange a time with the shop to let you in! Any questions feel free to call!
14'10 Feet 1958 MFG
Bought the boat from an old couple in Vermont who had it for 21 years. Put in rack and pinion steering, new electrical wiring, new bilge pump, mooring cover and had American Boat Restoration rebuild the keelson. Also bought a new trailer for the boat. There is some discoloration on the mahogany decks from age and neglect but other than that she is in good shape.
16 Feet 1916 Kennebec Canoe
A Kennebec canoe, perhaps built in or around 1916. It has been completely restored with new ribs as needed, decks, stem and canvas – it also has been used very little. It has been babied ever since and is in very good condition.
16 Feet 1938 Old Towne Canoe
A 1938 Old Towne sponson canoe for which I have the information on when it was laid up, delivered, and sold by Abercrombie and Fitch. It is one of the models with mahogany thwarts, gunwhales, etc. It was completely restored about 15 years ago and at the time was covered with fiberglass. It has been babied ever since and is in very good condition.
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.
15 Feet 1975 Mantinicus Island Peapod
Peapods, also known as "double enders" were used for open water lobstering dating back to the 1860's. This example was built by the Apprentice Shop in Bath Maine.Tthe current owner has had it since 1996 and is the third owner. It has been on Cedar Island for the last 24 years. Though stored inside in the winter, this boat has had outdoor exposure. The Seagull outboard has not been run for many many years. Comes with sail, mast and oars. The cotton sail has some mouse damage. Trailer included.
16 Feet 1945 William Johnson 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.
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!
14 Feet 1980's John D Little Dinghy
Gorgeous handcrafted ‘John D Little’ , found in the back of my parents old garage and have no idea where it came from, but looks rarely used (I did get into the water once this year!) John D Little owned the mile creek boat shop in Washington, Maine (now closed).
18 Feet c. 1920 Rowing Skiff
1/4" cedar planks clinch -nailed to white oak frame with mahogany trim. Copper flotation under stern seat and in bow, bronze hardware. Wonderfully crafted, incredible lines and grace, a real beauty. Kept indoors for at least 65 years. The exact builder is unknown, but she will be stunning when restored, or could be kept as a true survivor.
24 Feet 1983 Skiff Craft X-240 Runabout
Good running and condition. Primarily used on Lake Erie & Canadian Lakes. Always stored in side and under a boat port in season. Good condition for the year. Full Camper cover, Full mooring cover Full storage cover. Depth finder; Marine radio;Hydraulic trim planes; Dual battery system; Full swim platform; Pump-out head Dual wipers Storage cabinet w/sink; JohnnyRay downriggers; Spare prop; Remote spotlight. Interior in good condition. Skiff runs good.
1958 Coventry Victor engine
This engine came out of a 24' sailboat, built 1958 in Roskilde, Denmark. the engine was built in Coventry England. It comes with transmission box, lot's of spare parts and original documents.
14 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier
It’s a 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier 14’ inboard runabout! In very good shape solid wood engine runs good, good Upholstery.
22 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
99% original! Sea skiff. Motor runs great. Fresh bottom paint with new stain and varnish over most of her. Spent life on st Lawrence river. Overhauled in 1996. Bright blue classic color in good shape. Titles are transferable and ready for a new owner!
21 Feet 1960 Century Coronado
It’s a barn find from Wisconsin All original transom needs redone bottom looks good Engine. Was started and had good oil pressure
21 Feet 1987 Sea Ray Bow Rider
This attractive 1987 Sea Ray is in fantastic shape for its age! With an unbelievable original gelcoat and spotless seats, this 21ft Bow Rider is a great family boat on most bodies of water! She features a recently replaced Marcruiser Alpha One 205 V6 engine which runs great! This boat has been maintained to the highest degree.
14 Feet 1956 Feathercraft Vagabond
1956 Feathercraft aluminium Vagabond model boat made in Atlanta GA. 14ft 6 inch long, new custom seat cushions front and rear. Presently set up as a rear steer, can easily be return steering and controls to the front port side where they were originally rigged. Perfect example, polished, no dents, holes or abraisions, full set of pictures showing hull and decks available. This boat is turn key with restored/rebuilt Merc 45hp electric start outboard, original factory I’d stickers and aft serial number, optional tie down cover hooks, bilge pump, new battery, 2 period correct 6 gallon Merc fuel tanks with new fuel lines road worthy period correct trailer with spare I am a hobby collector/restorer, have two many boats, reluctantly selling this to start on a new Feathercraft project. This boat was a one one owner before I bought it. price below others that are not near this well founded
18 Feet 1929 Johnson Outboard
Combined effort, Peterborough Boats Canada and Johnson Outboard U.S. designed to have the engine in a well for an inboard appearance. From the Mocksfield collection spent its life on Beaver Lake N.J. still has Beaver lake tags and lot #. Original wood, floor racks, upholstery, tilt away wheel and Johnson enamel tag on dash. Needs no woodworking refinish only. Trailer included,No engine
33 Feet 1963 Shepherd Express
This Beautiful Shepherd boat is the same model of boat that JFK had back in the 60's, although the hard top on ours extends to the full length. It is a very classy, comfortable boat with sleep space for six people. 2 pc head and functional galley and lots of cabin space. First time we saw it we, loved it and for 16 yrs. it has been our little get away on the lake. Everywhere we go people stop to admire this classic. This boat is in good shape. Every year it been in the water and enjoyed. Maintainance has been done on a regular basis as needed. Price includes; Boat Manual, Cookstove, Kitchen dishes and utensils, Original working Fridge, Original covers for the front teak deck and teak walkways. Large winter storage tarp, Emergency equipment, 30 amp. shore power cable, Spare parts, etc.
15' 1960 Harris Duo Cat Outboard Catamaran
Here's a very rare fiberglass catamaran outboard from Harris Boats (Fort Wayne, IN) from about 1960. Last registered in St. Clair Shores, Michigan in 1965. The boat is in good condition, having spent most of the last 50 years under a tarp inside a garage. Powered by twin Scott 40 HP outboards, also in outwardly good condition and likely to run if re-commissioned. Missing one gas tank and a light pole but otherwise ready for TLC and restoration. Could be a collectible!
24' Feet 1961 Carver Cruiser
Great older wooden cabin cruiser with a reliable Chrysler Slant Six engine and Volvo out drive. Large cabin area with kit,dinette seperate bathroom, vee bunk up front with opening hatch for foreward access. Good tight sound hull. Has bimini top for enclosure.
15 Feet 1958 HiLiner Star Outboard
Built by HiLiner Boats in Newbury, MA, the "Star" model was a sharp design featuring painted hull accents, modern custom hardware, and a strong double layer bottom design. By the company's admission. all boats were "Hand Crafted and serviced by traditional boat builders in New England of the finest materials available". This example has been very nicely restored with recent paint and varnish, Nautolex flooring, and original style snap-in upholstery. The 35hp electric start Johnson Sea Horse has been converted to use a later style fuel pump which allows it to use a modern single-line fuel tank. New battery and bilge pump. Trailer has recent bearings and lights. The boat is sold with a custom canvas waterline cover as well as well as original brochures and manuals. She is quick and nimble, and fun to drive!
14 Feet 1941 Peterborough Knockabout
1941 Peterborough model Knockabout 159. Boat needs some restoration, keel missing. Come with a vintage trailer. Stored indoors for the last 10 years.
19 1/2 Feet 1959 Acme D&D
The boat belonged to the sellers father who remembers sailing it through and around the San Juan Islands.
16 Feet 1961 Cruisers Inc.
Completely restored by Mr. Bob Cori in 2009. Stored indoors, needs nothing except a new owner
21 Feet 1970 Century Coronado
This boat was rehabbed completely about 20 years ago it had a hard top and a Bimini top it is maroon in color with white trim has radio CD player and a ship to shore radio and a trail master trailer. Needs some cosmetics but it's overall in good shape. Engine was run two years ago and laid up properly. Needs a new captain and some cleaning.
16.5 Feet 1963 Grenell Golden Hawk
This Grenell Golden Hawk has been nicely restored and outfitted with reliable, modern power. Replaced bottom, refinished, new upholstery, bimini top, and mooring cover at the time of restoration. She rides beautifully on calmer waters and accelerates well, even with 5 people aboard. The boat's original catalogue and price sheet are included. Sold complete with a fitted single axle bunk trailer.
16 Feet circa 1910 unknown Launch
Purchased at York Harbor Maine boat auction. 30 yrs ago in cellar storage . where she sits . large engine mounts in boat center , small motor mounts under hatch in stern. graceful racing lines planing bottom . white cedar planking , mahogany bottom . iron fastened.
17' Feet 1965 Hydrodyne Aquamatic
Vintage 1965 Hydrodyne Volvo Penta I/O with 110hp, 4-cylinder, 109 cu.in., 4-stroke carburetor engine. Everything is original, only one owner, garaged every winter, fresh water only, even still has the original manual. Boat runs great.
14 Feet 1956 Switzer Craft
Switzer Craft boats are designed by champion boatsmen, Bob Switzer. He built into every model the latest and best marine ideas - the results of ingenious thinking and exhaustive testing. Couple these with Switzer Craft's expert craftsmanship, genuine wood construction, and superb styling, and you will invariably get championship performance. This Switzer Craft Lightning was known as an incredible race boat back in the '50s, and would be a ton of fun either for racing, or for a cocktail cruise. Personally, I prefer a bit of both in this one.
14 Feet 1940s Mead Sail/ Glider/ Kayak
This is a Mead Batwing Sail Glider/Kayak. The Mead Company produced Glider Boats, Planes and bikes, since the 1920s. This glider is from the 1940s. Pictures include the original parts: Batwing Sail, Wood/Canvas Pontoons/ Rigging and toolbox with all the bolts/Misc. Hoping to find someone interested in this unique piece of Chicago history. Price reduced and seller will consider offers.
16' Feet Circa 1900 Peterborough Canoe Co.
This antique 16' cedar strip canoe made by the Peterborough Canoe company circa 1900, was completely restored in 2018.
19 Feet 1973 Chris Craft Lancer
I’ve been slowly restoring this classic Chris Craft boat but just don’t have the time needed to do it the right way. The boat runs and will be water ready once the outdrive is repaired (see below). Here's what I’ve done so far: Rebuilt the top end of the engine. 307 small block Chevy. Heads rebuilt by Hazel Automotive. New DUI marine distributor New marine starter Carburetor was rebuild (still could use some adjusting) New shifter solenoids New electric shift cable New freeze plugs ( the block was flushed with acid.) Manifolds were flushed with acid. All new hoses. New custom dash All new gauges. (Never finished hooking up the speedometer gauge) New fuse panel A lot of new wiring New 29 gallon gas tank. New mooring cover. New jump seats Painted the outdrive. OMC electric shift Added second battery with switch On the trailer: New tongue with Hydraulic Brake Actuator New brake line kit. (Not completed but I have all the parts) New wheels New hubs/drums Here is what it needs: The outdrive needs a new upper gear housing. I ran into a sandbar (at idle speed) while approaching a beach. It cracked along a spot that had previously been repaired (not by me). But upon inspection the weld looked to be done poorly. It will also need the tilt quadrant gear. As I lost it on the back after that happened. The ball gears will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. The floor will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. Windshield needs to be tightened down. The pass through window needs to be replaced. It just looks bad. I have a new piece of Acrylic for it. Could use a new steering cable. TLC Like I said I love this boat but I just don’t have the time to give her what she deserves. Let me know if you have questions. Thanks David
19 Feet 1982 Century Arabian
The second owner has owned this clean Arabian for 11 years and has outgrown the boat. The interior is immaculate with no rips in the upholstery. The powerful Crusader 350 runs smoothy through a v-dive and comes with a spare prop. Also available are owners manuals, flag and light poles. Motivated seller with an attractive asking price!
18 Feet 1953 Mandela Outboard
It’s a beautiful wooden boat. No motor and small hole on top. The boat was stored inside all of it's life until my husband inherited the boat. The boat has never been in salt water. Overall the boat is in beautiful shape. The interior is original and looks almost new. There is a small hole on the top of the boat close to the front that you can see in the picture. The trailer is super nice. It is stout, very beefy but the tires might need to be updated. The boat will not need much and the keys and paperwork are with it.
17 Feet Approx 1960-1962 Unknown
Original condition, has 1957 CHEVY FINS,Garage Kept, HULL is in EXCELLENT CONDITION, NEVER BOTTOM PAINTED. Has BIMINI TOP
26 Feet 1968 Lyman Sleeper
This Lyman has been in our family for over 30 years and is kept at St. Lawrence Restoration in Clayton, NY. The engine runs great, the bottom will need some work sometime soon. Boat runs great, this was our family boat on the St. Lawrence river and can be yours too! Great for a day on the water or taking the family to dinner. Cuddy cabin with porta potty, new teak swim platform and telescoping ladder. Yours for a song!
12 Feet 2000 B&H C-Class Hydroplane
Another nice example of a B&H hydro. A design of choice for many stock outboard racers, these are a proven hull that has also gained some collector status. Good condition and retired from competitive racing events.
9 Feet 1940 Jacoby A-Class Hydroplane
This is an original Jacoby Flyaway A-class conventional hydroplane that has been well preserved. Built by Pop Jacoby in NJ, these hulls were very competitive and a design of choice for stock outboard racing. Johnson KR factory racing engine is included. This package is unrestored and the original steering wheel will just need to be reassembled and epoxied to make it a great display piece.
23' Feet 1959 Lyman Runabout
She runs ok and is generally in pretty good shape but she will need some work on the keel soon and the motor needs a good going over. A couple of the cleats need to be remounted. Tiny bit of woodwork needed as well. We are selling because we don't have the wherewithal to do the work required to get her running smooth and she'll be happier in someone else's hands.
34 Feet 1940 Mayea Boat Works
One of two sailboats built by Mayea in 1940. Started a restoration about 15 years ago but job travel requirements..... Manogany planked with steam bent white oak frames, some damaged. Mast and boom are Sitka Spruce and in very good condition. The cabin sides, frame, planking, winches, anchor, rigging, sails and everything removed from the boat have been saved. A picture of the boat can be found a the Mayeaboats.com site. Multimedia, photo galleries, history 1907-1940, screen shot 12.
16 Feet 1957 Thompson Sea Coaster
This 1957 Thompson Sea Coaster was restored both inside and out and will be sure to turn heads when you are on the water cruising in this wood stunner. The hull is all original 5-Ply Douglas Fir Laps. The laps were inspected, tested, and tight. The hull was then sanded and all bolt fittings were sealed with MarineRX 2-part epoxy to ensure another 70+ years of on-the-water fun. The hull received a full Pettit System paint finish, including three coats of Pettit Marine Primer, four coats of Pettit Topside Above-the-Waterline Gloss Polyurethane and four coats of Pettit Hydrocoat ECO Ablative Antifouling Paint below the waterline. The natural wood finishes on the exterior are mahogany and sealed with three coats of Pettit Flagship Gloss UV Protecting Varnish. The Sea Coaster's interior hull has been sanded and finished with two coats of Smith's Clear Penetrating Epoxy Sealer. The floors are beautiful teak slats that have been sanded and hand-rubbed with teak oil. The seat backs have been sanded and sealed with two coats of Pettit Flagship UV Clear Varnish. The bench seat cushions are made of new open-cell foam and covered with new marine vinyl. The decking brightwork is a mix of original and additional, period-correct hardware. The metal and wood rub rails are all original to the boat. I've added a mahogany rub rail strip and brass nail detail between the top and second lap to protect the lap edge. The windshield frame is solid mahogany and dovetail constructed. All new tempered safety glass was installed this year. New wiring has been run throughout. The motor is a beautifully restored 1956 Kiekhaefer Mercury Mark 30 with electric start and is paired with a 1956 Kiekhaefer Quicksilver mechanical control. No other way to put it, this boat is sexy! The trailer is a Holsclaw Trailer from the 70s
23' Feet 1988 Renken Walkaround
1st owner,was restored repainted w/imron pt.mahogany swim platform,atlantid t-top,auto anchor,etc..
15 Feet 1920's St. Lawrence River Ladies Skiff
My Father restored this St. Lawrence Skiff with his friend over 30 years ago. Since then it has been in our basement. he has now passed and it is time to find a new custodian who will return it to the water or use it as a display piece and enjoy the boat. We have no oars or skiff chairs with the boat but it is in good solid condition throughout.
22 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Cutlass
Being offerd for sale is a 1965 Chris Craft Cutlass. It will make an excellent candidate for restoration. It has the original hull card and a modern 327 Chevy engine which will move the boat along nicely. Chris Craft 3 made only 120 of thesxe in 1965 and a total of 355 were built between 1964 and 1968.
1927 Feet 17 Thompson Canoe
This Thompson Canoe was purchased in Elk Rapids, Michigan in 1927 and has been in the same Family since new. The canoe was given an epoxy coating about 20 years and as such is in very good shape. The gunnels are in need of repair or replacement. These Canoes were made in Wisconsin and are hard to find.
17.5 Feet 1956 Lone Star Continental
Fiberglass at its best. Vintage 1956 fiberglass Lone Star Continental. Fully restored in 2009. Classy boat with cool vintage lines and metal flake paint. Motor is a 1956 Evinrude 35 HP and in good shape and comes with trailer.
17 Feet 1900 Bellows Adirondack Guide Boat
You are looking at a 1900 Adirondack Guide Boat built that was built in 1900 by either Cash or Millard Bellows. Quite possibly this could be the last known example of this builder. It is ready to put in water or show and is in perfect original condition. It is built of cedar on oak. It may well be the only original remaining.
21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado
This boat was the first boat constructed in 1961, HIN#M6150. Was repowered in 1972 with a 455 Oldsmobile. I have lots of paper work but I'm not sure why it was repowered. This boat needs to be restored as the pictures reflect. I purchased this boat in 9/2018 and have never driven it. THERE IS NO TRAILER but I can assist with loading on to another trailer.
14 Feet 1958 Thornes Eaton Viking
1958 Eaton Thornes Aluminum runabout boat with bench seating and slight tumblehome barrel back stern. good condition. windshield is ok.
1930's Hall Scott Model 175 Engine
This is a Hall Scott model 175 marine engine, built in the 1930's. Complete on a stand and running. Dual ignition mag and distributor. 2 spark plugs per cylinder. Mountings indicated that it may have had a marine application.
27 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Cruiser
Up for sale is a 27 foot cruiser hull. 1957 or 1958 model by the hull number. I bought this hull to swap over the engine and fittings from another cruiser that I have, as this one was redone and has a no soak bottom. I believe the bottom and sides have a West System finish. There is extra West material included with the boat. The boat sat in our warehouse for about 10 years now, and the sides haven't moved or cracked one bit. Very tight and solid hull. I didn't know that the hull had basically all of its hardware when initially purchased, and for that reason didn't end up swapping my hardware (which is slightly different) from my other hull onto this one. As far as I can tell, everything is there to finish this boat. Some of the chrome seemed to be redone already, while some could use re-finishing. The rudder is still installed, with the steering rods inside the bilge. Copper exhaust pipe is also included. I attached pictures of all the miscellaneous parts and fittings spread out on the floor. It has a new spotlight installed, comes with a new blower and bilge pump (both still in box), rolls of electrical wire (and a wiring diagram drawn by the gentleman previously working on it), blueprints of the boat, new flag pole, 2 captains seats, rough convertible cover, etc. etc. See the pictures for everything included. The only thing not included is an engine, prop, or trailer. I used another trailer from one of my 26 footers to have this thing picked up, so I do not have a trailer to offer with it. The boat came without the engine or prop, but I have some spare MCL's (needs to be rebuilt) that I can offer with the boat if interested. I can offer any additional pictures or information to the best of my ability. Don't miss a chance to get a great boat that already has the hard work done to it!
17 Feet 1950 Century Resorter
This 1950 Century Resorter is a great daily driver and a perfect entry-level classic. The finish is in nice overall condition and she is a good runner. Upholstery recently replaced, bottom caulked with Sikaflex, new Nautolex flooring. Complete with trailer, cover, and marine accessories. Factory-equipped foot pedal throttle. Recent copper bronze bottom paint. Ready to enjoy!
20 Feet 1960 Douglas & McLeod
One of the last Highlander cold-molded wood models built by D&M before they converted all of their sailboats to fiberglass in 1961. Highlanders are known for being stable and secure. This is a large, high-performance racing dinghy also perfect for day sailing. She features a mainsail, jib and spinnaker plus an 88-pound centerboard. She was completely stripped to bare wood and refinished in 2017-18. There are fourteen Highlander sailing clubs exist in U.S. states east of the Mississippi and they are very desirable, mid-size boats.
16 Feet circa 1909 Old Forge Boat Company St. Lawrence Row Boat
Purchased in 1988 in Old Forge, it is one of two Old Forge Row Boats described in "The Adirondack Guideboat" by Stephen B. Sulavik, revised and edited by Edward Comstock Jr, and Christopher H. Woodward, pub.Bauhan 2018. Two additional guideboat seats included, plus two sets of oars. Unrestored condition.
5.4 HP 1948 Evinrude Zephyr
This beautiful classic outboard motor has been cosmetically restored and would make a great piece in any man cave, restaurant or bar. It is not in running order currently, but could set up to run.
18 Feet 1952 Greavette Dispro
"The Greatest Little Motor Boat Afloat." This Disappearing Propeller Boat was built by Greavette boatworks of Gravenhurst, Ontario in 1952 and was the 11th boat of the production year. Known for their unique housing that allows the propeller and prop shaft to safely raise out of harm's way, these boats were ideal for shallow water exploring, fishing, and remote-cottage access on Muskoka's fresh water lakes. This example has been nicely restored and has a well documented ownership history. The Coventry Victor engine runs well and the boat is sold complete with a single axle trailer.
24 Feet 1989 Four Winns
This boat has been in the Great Lakes area all its life and on the St. Lawrence for the last 5 years. It was a river family's reliable commuter. Includes a Load Rite trailer in excellent condition! This would make a great boat for a first time boat owner.
23 Feet 1970 John Allmand STG100
Solidly built, versatile I/O utility with good power for cruising, fishing, and kiddy tubing on lakes and rivers. Clean and comfortable, she's been lightly used in the last several years due to owner health issues. Last in the water in 2017. Comes on a solid aluminum trailer.
18 Feet 1994 Ogdensburg Boat Works Skiff
Beautiful, flawless fiberglass hull St. Lawrence Skiff built in 1994 by a renowned skiff craftsman. White oak, mahogany and curly maple brightwork finished to furniture grade. White exterior, green interior. One set of brass oarpins and two Shaw & Tenney 7.5' oars. Brass seat brackets and stem strips. Excellent condition skiff ready for a new owner.
15’ Feet 1954 Lyman Outboard
This is an easy boat to handle and a breeze to dock. It was great to use to teach beginners safe boating and skills. We had fun zipping around the Thousand Islands on the St. Lawrence River. Her Johnson 35 delivers good, reliable power.
16’ Feet 1960 Lyman Outboard
We bought this boat from a local who had it stored in a boat house on his St. Lawrence River island. We had it fully-restored by an area expert in 2002 and have kept it inside our boathouse since. It has been used in summers to explore the Thousand Islands around Wellesley Island. Very good condition little Lyman with a smooth-purring Mercury EFI engine. Comes a permanently-installed, 12-gallon gas tank.
20 Feet 1963 Penn Yan Nomad
Restored Penn Yan, second owner, new stern deck, new material on bow deck, it was a project boat when I retired.
34 Feet 1977 Silverton 34 Sedan
Current owner is the third for this well-appointed, well-maintained classic 1970s cruiser.
6 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Dinghy Replica
The 6 foot Penn Yan Aero Dinghy was the smallest in the company's fleet, and has become a very collectable model for classic yacht owners and enthusiasts alike. This example is a professionally built replica that has never seen the water. She is complete with oars but the correct oarlocks will need to be sourced.
14 Feet 1988 Gentleman's Speedster
This Gentleman's Speedster was a custom designed boat built by Wayne Eversol. Only two of these were ever built. The boat has been gently used in fresh water since new and well cared for during that time. It is now ready for a new Captain. Perfect for a teenagers first boat or a ride around the Lake at cocktail hour.
14 Feet 1947 Wolverine Wagemaker Super Deluxe
This boat was completely refinished in 2011. Hull was stripped, and re stained and varnished. All wood is original but very good. Boat won 1st prize in it's category after being refinished. Engine ran great when last used in 2011. Stored indoors all the time. Still looks great. Has both bow and stern pole with flags. All original and complete. ready to go.
16 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Corsair (Pair)
Offered for sale are the two first Chris Craft Corsair models, and the only ones produced with the I/O drive. One boat is the prototype, and the other is hull #1. Boat boats are complete with all parts and pieces, and are great restoration candidates. Sold as a pair.
Chris Craft Mahogany Boat Bar
Modeled after a Chris Craft Sportsman, this boat bar is constructed of solid mahogany and is the perfect addition to the wooden boat aficionados "man cave". Outfitted with Chris Craft hardware and complete with a rolling base. Ready for entertaining! The bar measure 5 feet wide, by 2.5 feet deep by 4 feet height. A perfect gift for the holidays.
16 Feet Early 1900's St. Lawrence Skiff
Acquired from a Family on Summerland Island in the 1000 Ialnds this St. Lawrebnce Skiff is believed to have been built in the early 1900's and was fully restored in 2008. It was put in the water and used only once it was completed and has been sitting in a barn ever since. It is now ready for new owner and can be used with the set of oars that are included. The boat draws nicely in the water.
17 Feet 1930’s W.J Dowsett and Son
This 17 foot, 1930's Dowset Cedar Rowing Skiff, built in Portland Ontario is a fine example of Canadian Craftsmanship. The boat has all of it's original fittings intact and in excellent condition. Has one pair of oars
25' Feet 1966 Cruisers Inc. Runabout
This is a popular utility model built by Cruisers Inc, now known as Cruisers Yachts. This model was extremely versatile and easy to trailer around from lake to lake. This boat has a 1966 Mastercraft trailer. Both in good condition except trailer needs tires.
17 Feet 1964 Thompson Seacoaster
My Father in Law bought this Sea Coaster many years ago many years ago. The boat came from the Detroit area and the vinyl interior was in mint condition at the time. He restored the interior wood and had a professional restorer bring the hull back to excellent condition. He passed away and never got to get the boat back on the water. Restored to excellent condition and is now ready for it's first voyage since being restored.
8 Feet 1985 Custom
Cold molded, tender to a sailboat. Boat was built and kept by an estate, and is now for sale by the second owner. This dingy is a rare design and exudes fine construction. The Boat comes with Shaw and Tenney oars from 1940.
21 Feet 1963 Lyman Utility
The boat is a 1963 inboard in good overall condition. Ready to be put in the water and enjoyed. The engine block was rebuilt with a Chrysler engine within the last 10 years. The original two carburetors were removed and replaced with a new single much more efficient one also within the last 10 years. Minimal use of the boat since that time. Engine starts and runs great. The hull is in good shape, leaks a little but very manageable. Canvas and cushions in great shape. Has two batteries with dual switch, two water pumps, fish finder, stereo. Stored inside every winter. I have owned the boat for over twenty years with many memorable moments on the St.Lawrence River. Ready to move on to a another boat.
15' 9" Feet 1952 Lowell Boat Shop
Lowell's Boat Shop is a National Historic Landmark located in Amesbury, Massachusetts. The shop was built in 1793 by Simeon Lowell. This is the oldest example of a wooden Amesbury Skiff known to exist today. Cedar planking, oak frames, and mahogany interior. Trailer included.
16 Feet 2004 Rangeley Skiff
This Rangeley Skiff was built by me in 2004 from plans in John Gardner's book Building Classic Small Craft. The hull is Northern White Cedar attached with clinch nails and rivets. The ribs are steam bent oak and the trim is oak. The joints are caulked with 3M 5200 so the boat is watertight. The Skiff comes complete with two Shaw & Tenney Oars, Oar locks, trailer and cover
16 Feet 1956 Peterborough Outboard
This Peterborough is all restored and I great overall condition. There is no motor but it has a trailer which is ready to go.
16 Feet 1956 Peterborough Canadian Dart
Excellent condition restored motor serviced been in storage with other boat 10 years
12.5 Feet 1942 Higgins Row Boat
Purchased new in 1942 by my uncle. Higgins was also making PT boats for the US Navy at that time. Changed hands to my father in 1952 and then to me on his passing in 2000. I did partial restoration, exterior only, as in the interior every scratch and crack has a story to it. The oars are beautiful and are tipped with copper or brass? The boat was rented for a photo shoot to be pictured in a Country Western album by singer Gary Allen. Buyer can either pick up or have boat shipped.
14.5 Feet 1957 Wagemaker Wolverine
This Wagemaker Wolverine has had a full restoration which was completed in 2015 and it has been stored inside since that time. The boat has a new bimini to, compass, new upholstery, bilge pump, horn, windshield, original gas tank and a new plastic one. This boat came from New Hampshire and was in fresh water almost all of it's life. The original trailer was disassembled, stripped primed and painted with new tires. Offers being considered.
17' Feet 1961 Sport Craft Sportsman
Two owner boat bought new 11-15-61. Won 2nd place at the Geneva Lakes Antique and Classic Boat Show 2014.
25' Feet 1975 Wellcraft Nova II
Boat has been sitting on trailer since around 2001. Has 888 mercury outdrives with chopper props. Motors were rebuilt in 1999. Has new exhaust, pumps, 2bb carbs, electronic ignition. Has been sitting due to health issues. Being sold as is! Trailer has new tires in 2018.
17' 8" Feet 1973 Glastron V-178 Trihull
Glastron Classic 178, Tri-Hull Boat, 85 HP Chrysler with anti-cavitation. Full new interior, all white premium seating, new gold with black fleck carpet, new white Bimini Top with cover, full boat cover black, new $500 Lawrence Fish finder, new rod holders, trailer, new tires, new spoked wheels, new trailer wiring, new dual wheeled fold down parking stand with crank, new ball coupler, bearings packed ready to hit the lake! Boat is Gold and Cream white interior seating.. HULL ID: GLA11087M73J
18 Feet 1955 Century Blue Arabian
A rare find, this Blue & Gray Century Arabian was only built between 1955 and 1956 in very limited production. This early 1955 example is a true barn find with its original finish intact, all original hardware, and pieces. She was disassembled with the intention of restoration, but never started. This is the perfect candidate to restore to factory condition, or leave original, reassemble, and display as a true artifact.
15 Feet 1956 Thompson Runabout
The boat was abandoned and had significant deterioration along the keel. The bottom was removed as well as most frames and transom. A new plywood bottom was fitted, new steam bent frames installed, new transom, new Nautilux covered floor, new decks, new forward split bench seat, aft full bench seat, white vinyl seat cushions and a custom mahogany windshield. all work was done with epoxy and painted with Awlgrip. Motor has been recently gone through and runs very well. No leaks, relatively maintenance free classic with trailer.
16 Feet 1898 Circa St. Lawrence Skiff
This is a very old and earely version of a St. Lawrence Skiff believed to have been built around the turn of the Century. The current owner's Father bought the boat in the 1950's and it went into storge for over 40 years in Upstate New York. The paint was stripped off and some of the oak wood was replaced. There are a pair of oars which are included but are not original to the boat.
17 Feet 1928 Old Town Sailing Canoe
Centerboard sailing canoe believed to be owned by copper mogul Adolf Lewisohn of New York City, and came from his estate on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains. Mr. Lewisohn met Thomas Edison and at Mr. Edisons advice, soon thereafter bought copper mines with his brother and father bringing them vast wealth overnight. This is a rare canoe with all mahogany trim, including the centerboard trunk and solid bronze centerboard. The 3 year restoration includes a new dacron sail and authentic rigging and hardware. Finely detailed pinstriping, outer stems and AA grade trim make this canoe stunning. Approximately 50 of these were made by the Old Town Canoe Company. Pretty rare indeed.
18 Feet 2002 Custom Built Handy Billy
This Handy Billy was designed and built by Harry Bryan of New Brunswick, Canada for use in the choppy waters of the Atlantic. Its batten seam construction provides great strength and minimal maintenance. As a result it requires little soak time to swell the planks when launching in the Spring. This boat was built as a project and fund raiser for disadvantaged youths in Maryland in 2002. She has had two previous owners and was used for a time on Cape Cod. Besides being a classic wooden boat , she has provided the owners with a stable and reliable transportation to an from their Island in all types of weather. Boat is offered vwith two gas tanks, oar, boat hook and bow and flag pole.
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
The Chris Craft 22 Foot Sportsman is a very popular model from Chris Craft and hit it's stride after the war. More than 3000 units of this model were built and it's popularity continues to this day. This boat has not been in the water since the 1980's and was scheduled for a full restoration but life got in the way and the boat stayed in storage. The boat has it's original Chris Craft engine and hardware. One of the side windows was damaged but could be easily replaced. This is a perfect boat for someone wishing to restore a fine vessel back to it's original lustre.
Scripps Model 124 Engine
1931 Scripps model 124. 3000 rpm 125HP 6 cylinder. Purchased 30 years ago for a Hacker Craft, but never used or rebuilt. Previous owner went through bottom end - no records or other info for that work. Needs complete rebuild. Rare Scripps similar to F6 model.
15 Feet 1900 St. Lawrence Skiff
This St. Lawrence Skiff is of a unknown builder but bears all of the markings consistent with boats built on or near the St. Lawrence River. The boat is 15 Feet 10 inches long and 4 feet wide. At one time the skiff may have had a sail. It has been restored on the inside and fiberglassed on the outside. These boats are a reminder of how boat building looked over 100 years ago and how they were used as a form of communication, travel and socialization in and around the St. Lawrence River.
20' Feet 1971 Glasspar (Larson Industries)
This boat is in beautiful, original condition. Always stored in a boathouse or shed. The original upholstery is flawless. Low hours. Engine and outdrive were serviced last year, after boat went unused for several years. Holley carburetor was rebuilt and both water pumps replaced. Motor will need to be rebuilt or replaced and as such the major price reduction. Have the original Mercruiser Owner's Manual. Cabin has a V-berth, port-a-potty, and ice box. The top is showing its age. Zipper on rear curtain is ripped. The boat is in great shape and it is a worthy project to take on.
17 Feet 1964 Duracraft Outboard
1964 Duracraft with 1965 Tee Nee trailer. Modern steering, new battery and auto bilge, recently serviced motor. Trailer has new bearings roller and bunks.
21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado
I was on a search for my grandfathers Century Coronado when I ran into this one. As it turned out the owner really needed it gone and having the disease I was in a vulnerable state of mind. Anyways I ended up buying the boat and at this time can't see when I will have the time or money to restore it. I'll probably regret selling it. I have it stored in my garage. It needs to be restored, and does not come with trailer. I removed the interior and windshield. I can provide videos and more pictures upon request. Here is what the boat needs -the boat will likely need a new bottom or necessary repairs to the current one. Not every plank appears bad. -needs repairs to planks on the sides, -top need to be replaced, top of bow area decking is rotted, aft tops are solid but not original. -some framing needs repairs (behind drivers seat), otherwise looks solid. -455 Oldsmobile, Ive never ran this engine but the oil is clean and the engine turns freely -the upholstery is clean but would likely need replacing to make it look original. -NO Trailer, I have a hoist in my garage that can lift the boat on a trailer. -all hardware appears to be present and in good condition. Windshield has been removed because the decking needs repairs and I wasn’t able to get it in the garage on the trailer it used to be on.
16 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This 1939 example of a Chris Craft Deluxe Utility needs a refinishing. The boat is complete except for the aft windscreen and the stern flagpole with flag. The decks seams will need some attention as well as the bottom. It is powered by the original Chris Craft Model B 4 cylinder engine. The boat has not seen the water in a number of years but is a good candidate for restoring it to it's original condition.
14 ft Feet 1905-1920 Michigan Steel Boat Co
Galvanized steel planked clinker construction with patented crimping process. Found in a NH barn about 1998. Never used by me. Was probably a rental boat from the Boston area. I have a pic of one being rented on a Mn lake pre WW1. Michigan Maritime Museum has one.MSB made mostly motorized boats in Detroit using the same planking process. Pics on line if MSB is searched.
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