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Antique Boat America.com is headquartered at 41444 State Route 12 in Clayton, New York, located conveniently by the 1000 Islands Bridge and the village of Clayton. The 20,000 square foot showroom offers the ideal environment to display antique and classic boats for sale and includes well known manufactures such as Chris Craft, Century, Garwood, Ditchburn, Riva, Dodge, Hacker, Hutchinson, Shepherd, Lyman and others.
We are located only minutes from Clayton, The Antique Boat Museum and the Antique and Classic Boat Society headquarters in order to make your visit a complete Antique Boat experience.
Located in the heart of the 1000 Islands, the Showroom offers 85+ boats for sale, allowing potential buyers to see a complete and vast array of boats at one time.
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.
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.
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 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.
16 Feet 1948 Century Deluxe Utility
This 1948 Century Deluxe originally came from Wisconsin and was a barn-find a few years ago. After being in dry storage for over 50 years, she has been completely restored and is ready to enjoy. No-soak 5200 bottom, new decks and covering boards, fresh interior, chrome, and all new (fused) marine wiring. The original Gray Marine 4 cylinder 75hp engine has been rebuilt and nicely detailed. Sold complete with a well-fitted single axle trailer. This beauty is a great runner and really scoots along!
16 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe
This is a sweet blue 16 foot Old Town canoe just waiting for a good home and someone to bring her back to her original glory. Interior is fair. Outer hull is sound but the original canvas is bubbling and/or peeling in a few spots. Delivered to Livingston Sport Center in New Jersey on May 13, 1955. Yankee model, bright green on order. This is another fine example of an Old Town Canoe that will make a fine project or simply as a display. Make Offer
16 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe
This is a 1930 Old Town canoe. She is a multiple show winner that has been re-painted and re-varnished. Very nice condition. It was appraised by Old town for $9,000.
17 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
This is a completely original boat from bow to stern! Single owner since it was purchased brand new from Hutchinson Boat Works in Alexandria Bay in 1938. This boat was restored in 2010 by Mike Mahoney at Wooden Boat Specialties but required no wood replacement. It received 16 coats of varnish, new seats, new fuel tank, re-chromed hardware, and a replaced correct engine. The bottom is in fantastic shape but is in need of bottom paint. The boat was last in the water in 2018.
17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back
Chris Craft Barrel Backs remain one of the most sought after Chris Craft models ever built. This boat was purchased by the current owner in 2013 and has spent its time since traversing the freshwater lakes of Maine. The boat has been used primarily as a pleasure craft and occasionally for towing young tubers around the lake. The boat is in excellent shape, atop a custom trailer. The family has enjoyed this boat immensely but it is now time for someone else to be able to enjoy this beautiful craft.
17 Feet 1962 Besotes Tahoe Utility
This is a 1962 Besotes Tahoe 17 Foot Utility. It is one of approximately 50 known Besotes boats still in existence of the roughly 200 that were built by the Besotes Brothers of Stockton, California. The boat was ordered with a 327 Chevy engine which runs strong to this day. It was fully restored in 2015 including a new deck and transom, new upholstery patterned from the original, and original reconditioned prop and prop shaft. It retains all of its original instruments, hardware and windshield. Structurally the boat is sound throughout. It sits on its original Besotes trailer, which is roadworthy and could be restored if desired. The boat was awarded a best-of-class trophy at the Lake George ACBS Boat Show.
17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout
This 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout is 17 Feet in length. It has been fully restored and is in exceptional condition. This model was built from 1946 through to 1952 and a total of 726 were built during that time period. The boat has been converted to a 12 Volt system.
17 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
Quite possibly the finest Deluxe Runabout currently on market. Restored to a fanatical degree and in excellent condition. Previously owned by country music star, Alan Jackson. Van Ness-restored Chris Craft K-95hp engine with very low hours since completion. A very attractive model that is ready to show or enjoy!
17 Feet 1947 Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout
Beautifully restored Chris-Craft Deluxe with a "no-soak" 5200 bottom, solid mahogany inner planks, cedar outers, stainless steel screws and replaced chines. Rebuilt Model K engine (not the original, but same year) and all-new wiring with a 12-volt system. All new upholstery, bilge pump and canvas cover. Comes atop a new galvanized steel bunk trailer with lighted guide posts. One of the nicest Deluxe runabouts around!
17 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Utility
Between the year of 1937 and 1939 Chris Craft built a total of 529 of the 17 Foot Double Cockpit Forward Deluxe Runabouts. They were 17 feet in length, 6 feet wide had a draft of 18 inches and weighed just slightly over 1800 Lbs. It is powered by it's original Chris Craft Model B engine providing 60 HP which moves the boat along nicely. This boat was fully restored including a West System bottom in 2014 and spent many years in the Adirondacks. The owner has a copy of the original Chris Craft Factory records which will accompany the boat. The boat is now ready for a new Captain and would be perfect as an entry level boat or on a small to medium sized lake.
17 Feet 1947 Higgins Speedster
Here is a extremely rare Higgins Speedster that has been totally restored to perfection! The hardware on this beauty is spectacular....even has the original Higgins throttle foot pedal. All new upholstery, engine & transmission make this a must see!
17 Feet 1964 Century Resorter
A 1964 Century Resorter with a full and complete restoration including a new bottom, sides, decks, new mahogany dash, restored instruments, a new interior and a complete rebuild of a 390 engine. The boat also has a rebuilt trailer, new flooring and a new carpet. This boat is beautiful and fast.
17 Feet 1923 Old Town Canoe
1923 Old Town canoe with original canvas. She has not been in the water since 1987. Very good condition, hull #74802-17...all original canvas & back rest (with inscription) documentation papers are included from Old Town.
17 Feet 1912 Old Town Canoe
A lovely and fine example of an early Old Town Canoe with the original numbers stamped in the hull and the original build order from Old Town. Accompanying the Old Town is a book on Old Town Canoes. These boats are fast becoming highly collectible because of their small production numbers and many times will end up adorning a boat house, great room or suspended from a ceiling as a conversation piece or artifact from a period gone by. Be the one to own this great boat and own a small piece of history.
17 Feet 1917 Old Town Canoe
Two-time Clayton Boat Show winner several years ago but still is fabulous. A minor wet sand and light fill coat with new paint would make her beautiful again. There are NO cracks in the canvas! Included is a full storage sleeve, storage cradle, all plaques and awards and a collection of a period picnic baskets and original bill of lading.
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.
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.
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
The boat was a total restoration done by Roland Travers of Maryland and the engine was restored by Wm Eagan of Philadelphia. The boat was restored to show and has had little use since. Changes were made to correct the boat to factory specs. The boat has a 5200 bottom and the motor is a 6 cylinder 105 hp Chris-Craft KL engine. Everything is original to the boat with the exception of the gas tank which was replaced in 2016. No expense was spared even down to the correct fire extinguisher that would have been in the boat and a gas stick. The boat won competitors choice at St. Michael’s boat show, first place at the Philadelphia boat show and judge’s choice, first place, best Chris-Craft at the Tuckerton Museum (N. J.) boat show. The boat was last refinished by Classic Restoration in Philadelphia and the last maintenance was done at Katz Marina at Lake Hopatcong, N.J.
18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Holiday
My mother fell in love with the Chris Craft Holiday after she saw them floating outside the Buckingham Fountain at the World's Fair in Chicago. When this boat was listed for sale, my mother bought it on the spot. It was one of her prized possessions, but it needed repair after sitting for years in a barn. Over the next few years, the boat, it's systems, and engine went through a full restoration. After several light boating season on Lake Michigan, the boat was once again removed and sent back for further restoration. Sadly, during this time, my mother passed away and Dad stored the boat. Although the boat has not been in the water for a few years, Dad has decided he is ready to part with it. The boat has a traditional bottom that will require soaking but recently had a new interior upholstery package installed.
18 Feet 1958 (Sep 1957) Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Beautiful, classic and fun vintage Chris-Craft in the very practical, trailerable 18-foot size. Daily driver. My wife loves it. In the water summer 2019. Original working gauges and accessories. Complete cushions, mooring cover, custom roadworthy trailer. The boat has also been converted it a 12 Volt system, has dual batteries and a Perko switch plus a quick-flush attachment in the cooling system. All past upkeep performed by professionals with sensitivity to preservation of the boat's originality, including repaitning in 2019. Price reduced in July 2020!
18' Feet 1933 Chris Craft Split Cockpit
This is a fully restored 18 foot Chris Craft Split Cockpit Runabout. A total of 453 hulls were built of this model. This a true original hull that has been meticulously cared for by Vintage Boat Restorations in Bristol CT. Varnish, upholstery, gauges, engine, chrome are all excellent. Bottom is a 5200 no soak. This is a beautiful boat with show winning potential and a history of winning awards at Shows previously. Needs nothing except a new owner. The model B engine was completely rebuilt and has only a few hours on it since rebuild.
18 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Model 1800 Runabout
Nice, good-condition Gar Wood 1800 re-powered with a smooth running Gray Marine 110 engine. Owned by the same family for the past 30+ years and used exclusively on the freshwater St. Lawrence River. Upholstery in good shape and all parts in place. Comes on a single axle trailer. This is a rare and desirable model of Gar Wood's smaller, pre-WWII runabouts ready for a new owner.
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.
18 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
One of only 302 Chris Craft utilities built between 1934 and 1936. This model was offered with Deluxe and Standard options, and the Deluxe model featured the folding forward windshield. She is powered by a Chrysler Ace 6cyl engine; the largest available for this boat. Hull is in good condition varnish is very nice and great upholstery. The bottom is original but very tight and has never been caulked and messed with. Will swell up and be trustworthy. This is a nice all-around driver that could be used this season. Price Reduced.
18'6 Feet 1952 Greavette Dispro
An iconic Canadian design, developed in Muskoka, ON. Disappearing Propeller (Dispro) boats are unique in their ability to navigate shallow waters with ease and confidence. Fully restored over a 2-year period. Engine was nicely restored in 2017 by Hewitt Marine. The boat has a new keel and stem, a few 1/2 ribs and both garboards. It has the original seat cushions, and non-original spoon oars. Sold with a small custom trailer.
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
A stunning example of the iconic Chris Craft Riviera.....she has been enjoyed by the current owner for 15+ years and he is now ready to pursue other interests. She was restored and shown in Clayton in the early 2000's and well cared for since. If you've been lusting after a 18' Riviera, this is the one!
18 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"
"Ednandy III" is a meticulous reproduction of the winning Leveau Hydroplane that appeared in the 225cid class during the mid 1930's. The original hull set world records of 46-49mph with its original 155hp Lycoming engine. Leveau was the chief designer of the Dodge Boat & Plane Co. between 1929 and 1935. Best known for his racing designs, Leveau was responsible for some of the most inconic Dodge watercraft. This reproduction is adequately powered with a Chevrolet V6 engine producing over 225hp.
18 Feet 1920's Jackson Boat Works St Lawrence Skiff
This is the only Jackson skiff that we have ever had to sell. Jackson was an Ogdensburg, NY builder that built several skiffs of this length. It is unusual in it's decorative style, opposing color woods in the gunwale and decks and delightful ceiling boards the full length of the boat. Twin decorative oar locks with two sets of matched Shaw & Tenney oars. All hardware is brass and complete. Brass name plate indicates; Jackson Boat Works, builder, Ogdensburg, N.Y. This is a well built excellent two person skiff in great shape that was recently restored by the owner who is no longer boating due to age.
19ft Feet 1941 Gar Wood Utility
This boat was purchased from the original owner in 1975 and has gone through a comprehensive restoration in 2018-2019. She received an all new 5200 plank no-soak bottom, all new interior and leather seats, rebuilt engine and converted to 12 volt. The boat was last in the water in September 2020. All hardware and parts are original besides added vent scoops. Boat comes with all lines, fenders, anchor, full cover and dust cover, and a 2018 single axel Venture trailer.
19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Blue& White Special Race Boat
Chris Craft made only 51 of these 19 foot white Special Racing Runabouts and there are believed to be only 8 built the blue and white racing design. Chris Craft felt that this design was the most superb example in their line up from an ergonomic stand point given their ability to handle the water. These boats are fun and fast. It received new no soak west system bottom making this boat is ready to launch at a moments notice.The boat was later compressively restored by well known, award winning restorer Jim Murdock of Vintage boats in Bristol Connecticut, and is a shining example of his work and would receive high scores at any boat show. Absolutely exquisite from bow to stern, you will turn heads everywhere you go.
19 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Capri
This beautiful 1958 Chris Craft Capri has been under single ownership for 20 years and has had only 3 owners since new. Only 786 Capris were built between 1955 and 1958. With their 2-tone blonde and red mahogany deck scheme, they have become one of the most desired post-war Chris Craft runabout models. This example features its original Tango Red & White interior with silver piping, which is in very good condition. The bottom was replaced with a no-soak 5200 bottom in 2018 by a renowned boat restoration shop. 1958 was the last year for this style of Capri. The boat has been featured in magazine ads and a magazine article. Only three owners since new and the original sales receipts. Always boathouse kept and offered with low hours and new electronic ignition. The boat was shown once in 2008 only and won Best Preserved Runabout under 22 feet. The boat is in ready to enjoy and worthy of adding to your permanent collection.
19 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
Completely rebuilt bottom with inner mahogany diagonal and outer planks set in 5200, hull bronze fastened and all questionable wood replaced. The boat has a 5200 "no soak" bottom and has no plywood. Proper fasteners were used in the bottom planking. It also has the original style Kapok seat cushions with labels. The MBL was completely rebuilt by a master marine engine mechanic and has run flawlessly since installed. Included is a custom trailer. This boat has won many awards and has a long history of winning Best-in-Show and Best-in-Class. It is possibly the best racer available at a realistic price. Fresh varnish was put onto the boat in 2019. • This is a high performance Racing Runabout completed with care and attention to details to allow it to judge well in shows and to enjoy out in the water. It has always been a turn-key boat since restoration and the ONLY problem I have had is the odd time running out of gas, but don’t tell anyone…. :~) • MBL 158hp - “blueprinted” Now 225-250hp - GPS just under 50MPH (49.6 MPH was the fastest recorded) Rebuilt by the late George Schin in Florida. A highly regarded ACBS engine restorer know for increasing horsepower while still maintaining a strong and durable engine. Used an intake manifold from a MCL to allow dual carburetors. • Oil filter added. • Fuel & water filter - canister style • Pertronix ignitor replacing points. (Comes with extra ignitor for security although I never needed it) • PYI shaft seal. Pack-less and dripless, the PSS Shaft Seal helps to eliminate water in the bilge (100% water tight) & wear to the propeller shaft. • modern ACME propeller - 13" x 17” with tip cup to fine tune RPM to approx 3500-3600. Boat comes with original propeller as spare. • proper square head on engine lag bolts into stringers • Custom tandem axel trailer included - electric brakes & LED lights • Fresh varnish 2019 • Multiple award winner - long history of “Best in Class” & “Best in Show” - consistent ~95-99 point boat. Always depends on the judging. Some judges don’t notice the extra carburetor ;~) • 12 volt conversion. Easy to loose a point here. • 5200 no-soak bottom. NO PLYWOOD and proper fasteners in inner diagonal bottom planking • Kapock cushions with labels - proper and very rare in restorations • Comes with original 1952 life preserver for “show".
19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
Chris Craft built only 51 of these Racing Runabouts from 1936-1937. It is believed that over one half of them were sent to Europe for a special racing class. Of the remaining to this day only 8 are known to still exist to this day. This boat was purchased about 5 years ago and has gone through an exhaustive restoration. It offers a no soak bottom, fresh paint, fresh chrome and solid construction that the most discerning surveyor will find to their liking. It is powered with a Chevy 350 providing 260 HP and has extremely low hours. Finishing the boat off is one of the finest trailers custom made for this fine craft and capable of supporting the boat perfectly and matching it nicely with a matching paint job.
20 Feet 1965 Bertram Moppie
Used on the St. Lawrence River since new in 1965, this 2 owner Bertram has been maintained and cared for all its life. She was re-powered in 2014 with a 1980's vintage Mercruiser inline 6 that was later rebuilt in 2016. The re-power included a new mid-section with power trim and tilt. It also received a new impeller and water pump. A complete canvas was done in 2015, and fresh original color hull paint applied in 2020. The boat was last in the water in the spring of 2020. She runs extremely well and is truly a turn key boat!
20 Feet 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility
This 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility is a unique, Canadian classic that features a no-soak bottom and a 135hp Buchanan engine equipped with a closed-loop cooling system. The original 2-tone dove blue and cream interior is in nice condition. Port-side steering and all period-style gauges. Cool raked transom and art-deco inspired hardware. Bimini top and nicely fitted trailer included. This is a great entry-level boat that performs well!
20 Feet 1989 Elite Craft Riviera
In 2012 this sharp-looking Elite Craft Riviera received an extensive upgrade to the engine and other systems, including conversion to closed cooling for salt water use, rebuilt Holly 4 barrel carb, rebuilt water pump, alternator and starter, new wiring harnesses, and new bilge pumps and blowers. The hull is in terrific shape and she runs like a top.
20 Feet 1968 Bertram Bahia Mar
Original gelcoat, newer fuel tank, repowered w/Alpha, 2018 Risers/manifolds, water pump, SS prop,. In 2018 we added new risers , manifolds, water pump, starter, Alternator and fresh batteries. Updated classic with Original gelcoat, sweet boat, fast if wanted. The boat also has a new port-a-potti and a new bimini top. We are only using the boat sparingly so this Classic needs to find a new home. The seller would also consider an interesting trade/ swap for another boat, sailboat or power boat or a Jeep Wrangler.
20 Feet 1976 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
This fiberglass Chris Craft Sea Skiff has been in the hands of the owner for 15 years and has always been in fresh water. The boat was completely restored at St. Lawrence Restoration in 2008. This included flooring and interior seating. The engine is 283 Chris-Craft/Chevy, which was rebuilt at the time of restoration. The interior was returned to the original configuration. It was driven for one season then winterized and stored inside up to the present. The fiberglass hull is sound and the interior and desks are in excellent condition. All the information from the restoration with pictures are available..
20 Feet 1964 Cruisers Inc
This is very rare sea foam green Cruisers Incorporated which was built in 1964. It is 20 feet long and has seating capacity for 10. It is being offered for sale along with the original Gator Trailer. These boats were popular during the period when people began towing their own boats around the country. The boat is completely restored to the last detail and really an exceptional value. Lastly it is powered by a period correct 1964 90 HP Johnson engine which suits the boat perfectly.
20'6" Feet 1940 Gar Wood Sedan (Cabin Utility)
Impeccably-restored 1940 Gar Wood Sedan (Streamline Cabin Utility). Gar Wood only made these boats from 1939-1941 and only 73 were built. They were great riding boats at any speed and were one of the most attractive models built. This boat is 100% like-new with authentic upholstery and gleaming brightwork. Powered by a Gray Marine Fireball, which is unusual for the 20'6" Gar Wood in either the utility or sedan versions. It provides more power for full passenger loads or higher speeds with lighter loads. Structurally solid in all respects. Bonus improvements include hydraulic steering and bow thruster for easy handling in tight spots and crosswind docking. Trailer and canvas aft cabin cover included.
20 Feet 1966 Bertram Bahia Mar
Bertram Boats are known for their exceptional handling, spacious layouts, and sleek design cues. This 1966 Bahia Mar has been beautifully restored and tastefully updated inside and out. Repowered with a modern Marine Power 350 engine coupled to a Bravo outdrive. Only 210 hours on the engine! New 60 gallon fuel tank installed, dual batteries, new wiring & instrument panel, fresh paint throughout, bulkheads replaced with varnished mahogany, teak deck and trim, all deck hardware re-chromed, new seating, rebuilt transom bracket, and all new bellows/seals/bearings in the outdrive unit. Needs nothing and ready to enjoy! Complete with cockpit cover and tandem axle trailer.
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.
21 Feet 1962 Century Coronado
From its signature nose-cone to its Gullwing hard top, the 1962 Century Coronado exemplified "completeness of design". Century only made 150 of this series between 1961 and 1962. An older restoration that has been well kept; this example is in very nice condition. Correct A&A replacement tri-tone interior. Gray Marine 327cid 225hp engine has been equipped with a single 4-barrel carburetor for easy starting and reliability. Complete with a full cover and tandem axle trailer. Trade opportunities are welcomed!
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.
21 Feet 1961 Riva Ariston
This is a rare opportunity to own and do some light cosmetic work to a Riva Ariston. These boats trade well into the $ 150,000 area usually and this would be a great opportunity to enter into a worthy effort to bring this fine boat back to bristol condition. The Ariston model was Carlo Riva's favorite, as he felt that his dream was captured in every way and only 1,012 of these were built over a 25 year period. Hull # 338 21’, Few hours on Rebuilt Chevrolet Marine 454. Riva Accessories include the convertible top, sun cushion, flag, swim ladder, new prop, interior and floor material. The original motor was Chrysler M-80 Sea-V, not with boat but they can be found reasonably if desired. The trailer is in good roadworthy condition and fits the boat well. A great opportunity to own an Ariston below market value and complete a cosmetic restoration.
22 Feet 1998 Pulsifer Hampton Launch
This 22-foot Hampton launch was built by Dick Pulsifer in Brunswick, Maine. The model "Hampton" is a replica of a lobster boat in the late 1800's. It is powered by a 47hp Yanmar Diesel engine which reaches a very smooth cruising speed of 10kts and a top speed of 17kts. "Emma" has been maintained by Mike Mahoney at his shop, Wooden Boat Specialties in Fishers Landing, New York and stored carefully each season. As well as engine maintenance by Hutchinson Boat Works in Alexandria Bay. She has very appealing lines, and turns heads every time her owners head out for a cocktail cruise.
22 Feet 2008 C-Dory
This freshwater only, single owner C-Dory is very clean and comes without motor and is ready for any power you desire. With very low hours and limited use this boat would make an extremely reliable daily commuter in all weather conditions! With a V-birth, port-o-potty, stove, and refrigerator, this cruiser's cabin can serve many purposes! At a very trailerable size, this seaworthy vessel can be easily brought to any body of water you desire.
22 Feet 1953 Greavette Utility
Greavette is known as one of Canada's premier boat builders for their renowned craftsmanship and was the first to implement the assembly line process among Canadian builders. The two 3/4 seats up front with the side walk-throughs became a popular feature in Greavettes in the early 1950's and were mostly found in their famous Streamliner model. This utility was built with cedar plank construction, known for its long lasting bottom. She was restored in 2001, in storage since 2006 and given a touch-up in 2018. She has a beautiful finish with clean upholstery, elegant decks, and a unique and famous round nose.
22 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
Arguably Chris-Craft's most popular model, the 22-foot Sportsman utility was built from 1946 through 1954, with 2,082 units produced. This one is in top condition and features built-in, rear-facing seats behind the front seats and tufted seat-back upholstery. All of her wood, hardware and mechanicals are original, as is the Model M powerplant. She seats seven comfortably with room for at least two more on the engine box. Completely refinished from keel to decks in 2018, she travels on top of a solid, twin-axle trailer. Ready to go for a cruise!
22 Feet 1947 Hutchinson Utility
This structurally sound Hutchinson 22' smooth-sided utility has spent its entire life in the Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River since she was launched from the Hutchinson Brothers Boat Works in 1947. In 2017-18 she underwent a roll-over and replacement of a section of the keel, both garboard planks and several ribs. The bottom was completely raked, re-caulked and painted. The engine, starter motor and alternator were rebuilt, and the exhaust pipes were replaced. In addition, new upholstery was installed throughout. Price reduced in May 2020!
22 Feet 1922 McNeil Norris Launch
This boat was purchased in 1924 by the current owner's grandfather as a used boat. She was built by McNeil Norris of Bala, Ontario 2 years earlier and was powered by a Buchanan Junior engine. The boat sat unused for a number of years and received a complete restoration between 1986 and 1996. At this time, a Gray Marine 4-70 engine was installed. After heading down south to a new owner, the boat returned to her original home in 2004. She is a wonderful example of Canadian craftsmanship and is a very beautiful long deck launch. Previously she was awarded the Best Canadian Built Boat Preserved at the prestigious ACBS Toronto Show held annually in Gravenhurst, Ontario. The paint, varnish, hardware, and interior are all in excellent condition. Finish recently refreshed and the restoration is well documented in a binder that goes with the boat.
22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet Triple Cockpit
Beautifully maintained 1927 Chris-Craft Cadet with a near-new Mercruiser engine, original (adapted) controls and gauges, velvet drive transmission, new cutlass bearing, new 14X14 three-blade prop, new bilge pump and blower, interior-coated fuel tank, and full complement of operating and safety equipment. Hull restored prior 2005, re-stained, re-varnished and re-upholstered in 2005, varnish updated in 2014 by Fish Bros. and has not been in the water since. She's ready to go for her new owner. Just add water!
22 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier Cutlass
Rare example of a 22 Foot Chris Craft Cutlass with low profile cabin that has gone through a major restoration- only 50 were made in 1967 and this one has been gone through from top to bottom. The first owner ( an engineer) used the boat from 1967 -1979. Purchased a second time in 1990 it was then dry stored for 19 years. The current owner undertook to return her to better than new condition for the 2016 season. The work included a full rebuild of the Original 327 engine and transmission original instrument cluster rebuilt, custom steering console with Edson SS wheel, Lewmar hatch added to the foredeck. All exterior surfaces refinished, new spray rails, keel, cockpit non-skid deck. Extra storage under the V-bunk, rope locker added, bilges completely refurbished, new chrome redone or replaced. All new upholstery & Bimini top, Garmin GPS, Stereo, VHF, with 2016 Continental tandem axel aluminum trailer. She is a head turner.
22 Feet 1946 Van Craft Sedan
This 1946 Van Craft went through a comprehensive restoration with no detail overlooked. The current owners have had regular maintenance performed on the engine, new wiring, new carburetor, Shipped and varnished in 2016, few planks replaced in 2018 and was last in the water in 2018. Over $70,000 invested. Brand new trailer, Marine Power V8 engine, stereo. She was rebuilt to be the ultimate day-cruiser. Van Craft boats were built by George Vandenbosche Boat Builders in Wallaceburg, an area in Southern Ontario, Canada. The design is very similar to the Hutchinson and Fitzgerald & Lee sedans of the era.
22 Feet 1915 Brooks Longdeck Launch
Rare, beautiful longdeck 1915 Brooks 22-ft launch ready to cruise or compete in any boat show. "Camille" has been lightly used and shown in 1000 Islands and Fingerlakes by current owners. Many upgrades since since she was completely restored by Chris Mattoon of Berkshire Wooden Boat Works include new windshield, beautifully built floors and seating, with brightwork and fittings upgraded. Universal 4-cyl 25-hp engine in excellent condition. Custom trailer excellent, with disc brakes. Covers included. This is an outstanding boat.
22 Feet 1950 Hutchinson Utility
The pride of the St. Lawrence River with a beautiful wooden windshield and gauge cluster. This Hutchinson Brothers Utility is in very good condition and solid in every way. Hardware is good, engine will run strong and the bottom is structurally good. The trailer is not included but transportation could be organized for a reasonable fee.
23 Feet 1957 Lyman Utility
The 23 Foot Lyman Utility is a perect size for many Utility buyers as it will fit in any boathouse and is nicely proportioned and roomy. This boat has spent it's life in the fresh water of the St. Lawrence River and is in good solid condition. A trailer is not available with the boat but transport may be arranged at a reaosnbale price. The engine was replaced about 20 years ago and by the owner's own admission the boat is only used about 2 weeks per year. This is a great boat and suitable for fishing or entertaining and can handle any type of water.
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.
24 Feet 1954 Shepherd Sedan Runabout
Built in Niagara on the Lake, Shepherd boats were well known for their strong construction and ability to handle rough water conditions. This example was the 3rd 24 footer built in 1954 and equipped with the optional hard top configuration, which featured extended cockpit space and additional seating behind the captain's position. Factory equipped with a 220hp Chrysler Marine Hemi V8 with dual carburetors, she is well powered for her size. She has her original spotlight on the foredeck and three covers are included with the sale. The current owner has enjoyed the boat on many ACBS trips throughout the Eastern US and into Canada. At the time of restoration, the boat received a new transom, chines, ceiling panels, flooring, interior upholstery, and a replacement fuel tank, in addition to full cosmetics. The Chrysler Hemi was also rebuilt at this time. This is a go-anywhere boat that is very well appointed and ready to enjoy. Sold complete with a custom tandem 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.
24 Feet 1933 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout
This is a very rare 24 Foot Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout design by acclaimed marine architect John Hacker. It is a smooth sided traditional Triple Cockpit and in very good condition. It is powered by a Chrysler 6-cylinder engine which will move the boat along nicely. Hutchinson's Boat Works (Alexandria Bay, NY in the Thousand Islands) runabouts and utilities are well regarded for their excellent construction and their ability to handle almost any type of water. This early example would be a welcome addition in any boathouse or collection.
24 Feet 1949 Custom Raceboat "Miss Comet"
"Miss Comet" is a very unique and special performance runabout. She was designed and built by Naval Architect, Monty O'Shea, between 1945-1949. O'Shea was best known for designing the famous Dodge yacht, "Delphine". She is built entirely of laminated Honduras mahogany. The unique bottom design features 2 planing-steps and a forward rudder for directional control at speed. Power comes from a pair of 350hp Chrysler Hemi engines equipped with 4 2-barrel carburetors each. In its early days, the boat was reported to reach speeds of 80mph! "Miss Comet" is a testament of what a craftsman can accomplish with all-wood contruction. Her powerplants are intriguing, and she is an important piece of performance-boating history!
24 Feet 2016 Work Boat America Landing Craft
Sturdy, durable and multi purpose. The landing crafts from Work Boat America are words to describe the utilitarian value of these boats. Perfect for either personal use or professional contractors. These boats come with either an enclosed cabin or open and can be equipped with your preferred brand of outboard. Suitable for 3 seasons of use on the water and strong enough for heavy load capacities, these boat will not disappoint. Call us to schedule a sea trial. Boats can be offered with trailer or delivered to your home for a reasonable fee.
24 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Model 35 Triple Cockpit
Many collectors know the story of Gar Wood giving exclusive rights to Charles Lyon to sell Gar Wood boats, only to have Lyon produce knock-offs for his own business. This is a beautiful triple cockpit Sea Lyon, fresh out of complete restoration. Show quality varnish, upholstery, engine rebuild and chrome. This boat was advertised in the brochure to attain 35 mph with the 110 hp Chrysler. This is a true "collector's boat" as there are a limited amount of Sea Lyons available. Also noteworthy is the bronze hardware and the fact that this boat was screwed from the inside giving it a magnificent look. All Sea Lyon's are triple cockpit models because the company was after the "luxury portion" of the market. Truly a wonderful example of a limited edition boat.
25 Feet 1963 Lyman Sleeper
A great cruising boat and practical for entertaining, the 25 foot Lyman Sleeper is a very popular model. This example is equipped with a nice bimini top, matching cushions, trim tabs, and a head in the cuddy area. Full mooring cover in excellent condition. Bottom was stripped, caulked, and painted about 6 years ago. Used for a few months every year and well kept. Paint and varnish in good overall condition. Reliable modern power Crusader 270 engine, this Sleeper is ready to enjoy.
25 Feet Homemade Tandem Trailer
Homemade heavy duty, structurally sound, steel beam, double axle boat trailer with working lights. Can haul up to 25' boats on bunks, up to 28' with overhang.
25 Feet 1921 Consolidated Speedway Commuter Launch
Consolidated Speedway boats were built for wealthy businessmen who mostly lived on or near Long Island and commuted to Manhattan. These boats were often referred to as "Limousines of the Sea" and were designed for the privileged who could afford this type of transportation for a leisurely afternoon cruise, a trip to the theater in the evening or to attend a yachting regatta. Some of the owners of these boats included names such as Vanderbilt, Morgan, Ford and Kennedy. This boat is a very rare 26.5 foot launch which was used as a tender for a larger yacht and was once owned by railroad magnate Edward Harriman. It is in excellent overall condition in every way and a fine example of a Consolidated Speedway.
25'6 Feet 1926 Hutchinson Sedan
Built by Hutchinson Brothers Boat Works in Alexandria Bay, NY in 1926 for former Illinois Governor Frank Lowden and his wife, "River Runner" spent her entire life in the Thousand Islands region. She provided the Lowdens with a stylish transport to and from their island (formerly owned by Mrs. Lowden's father, railroad magnate George Pullman) and social events on the mainland and other islands. In 1942 she was sold to a local plumbing and heating contractor and spent nearly fifty years as a workboat hauling propane tanks to island homes. Remarkably, she survived those difficult years and, following a complete restoration in the late 1990s, returned to her role as a graceful island commuter. "River Runner" has painted cedar side planks, varnished Honduran mahogany tops, decks and cabin sides, and a V-shaped mahogany transom for improved control in reverse. Her cabin includes crank windows, wicker chairs and a bench seat up front. She is powered by a 6-cylinder, 1951 Chrysler 125 HP engine that easily propels her in style and comfort. "River Runner" has won multiple awards at various boat shows in the Thousand Islands region.
26 Feet 2020 Work Boat America
These aluminum work boat landing crafts are currently in stock at 26ft and can be ordered custom at any length and configuration. Sturdy, rugged, and versatile these boats are perfect for contractors, island owners and anyone doing 3-4 season work on the water. The enclosed cabin makes transportation comfortable in all conditions. These boats come with varying options and can be sold atop a new trailer and transported domestically or internationally.
26 Feet 2010 Long Island Custom Triple Cockpit Runabout
This is a professionally built, contemporary classic design that was constructed by a Long Island, NY boat builder, completed in 2010. Classic lines, period correct hardware, and featuring modern cold molded construction methods and Mercuiser 350cid power. Low hours since completed and ready to enjoy. Very reliable with modern power and a practical design.
26 Feet 2019 Landing Craft Work Boat
Sturdy, rugged, durable and versatile is what one thinks of when they look at our custom Bullnose Landing crafts from Work Boat America. This 26 Foot Landing Craft will accommodate a heavy payload and it's drop gate will allow most any equipment that you wish to bring along. The closed cabin will allow for comfortable transport for four adults in any type of weather. These boats are well built and perfect for working on the water. The outboard you choose is up to you and this boat can be configured to accept any type of engine. Work Boat America offers these Landing Crafts from 24 Feet to 44 Feet for any and all type of applications.
26 Feet 1924 Ventnor Launch
This 26 Foot Ventnor Launch was built for a prominent Philadlphia financier, George H. Earle Jr. Ownership later passed to his son George H. Earle III, who was elected Governor of Philadelphia in 1932. She was designed and built by Adolph Apel, owner of the Ventnor Boat Company of Ventnor, NJ. Being 26 feet in length, the boat is made with cedar hull sides and mahogany decks. She is powered by her original Model 4-50 HP Kermath engine. This boat was only one of Seven early Ventnors commissioned by Mr. Earle. This rare launch is one of a very few Launches still in existence. The launch has been restored and is very original except for the transom which has been replaced.
26 Feet 1941 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This Hutchinson Sport Utility of a rare lapstrake version which presents itself as a perfect boat for entertaining, fishing and generally a great cocktail cruiser. This is a 2 owner boat since NEW and has always been on the St. Lawrence River. The boat has been very maintained and always stored indoors and inside storage during the winter. This boat shows very well for a boat of this vintage and is a fine example of Hutchinson's craftsmanship. The original engine was replaced about 20 years ago and runs strong. The boat now shows nicely in the Clayton (New York) Showroom at Antique Boat America and can be seen at any time. Note: Boat ran all summer 2016 flawlessly.
26 Feet 2020 Work Boat America Aluminium Landing Craft
Rugged, durable and versatile when one first looks at the Bullnose Landing Crafts from Work Boat America. This 26 Foot Landing Craft will accommodate a heavy payload and its 72 inch front drop gate will allow most any equipment you wish to bring aboard. The closed cabin will allow for comfortable transport for four adults comfortably in three seasons. It has just passed its break in period of 10 hours being used for demonstrations. These boats are well built and perfect for working on the water. Call us to schedule a sea trial on this boat. We can also configure a boat for you from 24 feet to 44 feet in length. Boat delivery can be arranged at a reasonable price ...call us for a quote.
26 Feet 1905 Milwaukee Yacht and Boat Co. Launch
In the first decade of the 20th Century, advances in boating gave rise to what was then called "auto-boat". In the style of a touring car with the engine under the driver, who sat upright with a steering wheel and dashboard. This X-Celo Launch is but one of only three in existence and was one of the first using this design. The boat is carvel planked over oak with a mahogany deck that was originally canvas covered. This is a handsome boat that is in very nice shape and was restored in the 1980's. Current engine is a Gray Marine 6-40 which is a straight six cylinder L- head producing 40 HP. Boat is nice but dry and seams have opened up above the water line after years of being out of the water. As such the boat is being offered at a very reasonable price.
26 Feet 1972 Lyman Cruisette Soft Top
Absolutely stunning restoration of an iconic Lyman Cruisette....over $40K spent bring her to her present glory...the perfect River boat for enjoying a day out on the water with family and friends. Included...life jackets, lines & fenders & compass. Beautiful teak decks and impeccable interior! Just had all interior and transom bright work refinished!!
26 Feet 1949 Hutchinson Utility
By far the nicest example of this boat we have ever seen. Built in Alexandria Bay, NY in the heart of the 1000 Islands region, Hutchinson boats are known for their craftsmanship and ability to handle rough water. The 26' utility was a popular choice for the river and is very practical for entertaining or carrying a large load with style. Later examples like this exemplify Hutchinson's transition from displacement hulls to hard chined, planing boats with its modified hull design. This example has been beautifully restored. The boat shows extremely well and is well appointed with nice upholstery, a bimini top, and ample storage compartments. She also has modern power, a full cover, and a nice tandem axle trailer.
26 Feet 1936 Hutchinson Guide Boat
This is a very rare side steer Hutchinson Lapstrake Guide Boat. These boats were used by fishing guides in and around the St. Lawrence River and were originally called Sport Boats as the paying customer was the "Sport". It is entirely original except the engine which has been replaced. The boat features a side steer tiller and is easy to navigate. It is in excellent condition and has been out of the water since 1996. Offered with no trailer but one could be made available for delivery. A great piece of St. Lawrence River history.
26 Feet 1970 Lyman Cruisette
One of the nicest Cruisettes we have ever seen. Boat has been completely restored and has added hydraulic steering system. Almost all interior woodwork and ribs have been replaced. Boat comes with upgraded tufted cushions which were done by a concours car specialist. Over 12 different types of wood were used in the boat's restoration and she is gorgeous in every way.
26 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit
Featured in Classic Boating this stunning 1939 26 foot Triple Cockpit Runabout was built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, New York. An unusual design for Hutchinson this Triple Cockpit was described in Wooden Boat No. 49 as the "the apothesis of the sleek runabout". Modelled after the 28 foot Hacker Craft Triple cockpits but shortened for use on the St. Lawrence River, this beauty is a classic and in excellent condition. Originally named Ripalong IV and later Dottie V this boat has spent its entire life on the St. Lawrence River and always in fresh water. Bearing the Hull ID # 215-21E-1057 she has been repowered with a Crusader 350 in 1992 which delivers 260 HP and replaced the original Sterling Petrel motor. The boat was last in the water in 2004 and was carefully stored in a dry secure location. The boat only needs to be soaked up and enjoyed.
27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking
The Viking is regarded as one of the most spectacular boats to come out of Herb Ditchburn's factory. Fine Canadian craftsmanship, astute attention to detail, and a design spawned from the success of Ditchburn's trophy fleet of Rainbow raceboats. Only 7 Ditchburn Vikings exist today and it is very rare for one to become available for sale. This example bears hull #5 and was originally purchased by the Toronto Harbor Police as a high speed pursuit vessel. She was factory equipped with a fire suppression system safety system and fireproof panels lining the engine compartment. Her original Kermath engine has been restored and is sold with the boat. She currently sports modern power. The boat was saved and restored on the West coast, but now resides in her original home of Muskoka.
27 Feet 1975 Chris Craft 8 Meter Runabout
Chris-Craft made only 38 of the 8 Meter Runabouts which were also utilized as race boats. Well-powered and sleekly designed they reflect the times and are still used today due their great hull design. This is a 100% unmolested boat with the original interior, gelcoat and engines. The boat is good running condition and will survey out very well.
27 Feet 1936 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout
The Minett boat building operation is deeply entrenched in the Muskoka region of Ontario. The company was formed in 1910 and later was reborn under the name of Minett-Shields in 1925 after a partnership with Bryson Shields. The company ceased operation in 1948 but only after putting out approximately 200 Launches and Runabouts which were all noted for their fine craftsmanship. This particular Minett is a fine example of Minett-Shields work. It is a 27 foot Launch built in 1936 and has a lattice "Muskoka" floor, gorgeous compartments, and attention to detail throughout. It is powered by a Chrysler 6 cylinder 130HP engine which is original to the boat. It is structurally sound after receiving great care from it's current owner of 20 years. The chrome is perfect and the interior is rich looking and gorgeous. The boat in our opinion would survey out very strongly and needs nothing. The boat was originally built for the Boxer family. The boat is offered without a trailer but one could be used for transport.
27 Feet 2001 Gentlemans Launch
This stunning custom runabout was completed in 2001 and has been under single ownership since new. Totally unique, one-off design; she was built for entertaining friends and cruising the fresh waters of Lake Muskoka in Canada. Adequately powered with twin Mercruiser 350 engines. Vic Carpenter was renowned as a skilled craftsman and boat builder. This was the last boat completed before his passing. The boat has recently been reduced and is priced now very favorably for a twin engine boat of this size.
27 Feet 1956 Shepherd Twin Engine Runabout
One of the nicest twin engine Shepherd runabouts you will find! This example has been beautifully restored and shows real pride of ownership. Built in Niagara on the Lake, Shepherd boats were built for rough water conditions with double layer bottoms, significant bow flare, tall hullsides, and a wide beam. 27' models are regarded to be one of the best entertaining boats with ample room for passengers and an open cockpit configuration with engines in the stern. Powered by twin dual-carb 135hp Chrysler engines, this boat can also perform! She features a custom interior, wheel, and gauges that add a unique flair.
28 Feet 1928 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1928 - 28 Foot Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout has been a fresh water boat residing in the cool fresh water of Lake George. The current owner has had the boat for the past 15 years. In 2004 it was repowered with a newer modern 7.4 Litre MPI engine. The boat has new decks and fresh varnish and the decks and sides. The upholstery is in good condition as is the chrome. There is no trailer with the boat and some attention should be paid to 2 planks on the bottom which should be replaced. As such the price has been deeply cut to reflect a desire for a quick sale.
28 Feet 1937 Hutchinson Sedan
One of the premier Hutchinson boats in North America! Originally built in Alexandria Bay, NY for island commuting in all weather conditions and touring the St Lawrence River. This gorgeous Hutchinson sedan just went through an extensive restoration. The Chrysler Royal inline 8 engine was installed by Hutchinson in 1949 and more recently, rebuilt by Drake engines. She is equipped with a bow thruster for easy maneuvering in tight quarters. The interior sports new teak floors and fresh upholstery. All hardware replated in show chrome and the hull is finished in 15+ coats of varnish. Multiple award winner since completion! 2014 National show winner, 2016 Renaissance award winner at Alexandria Bay, and Best Preserved Utility at Clayton 2016. Sold complete with a triple axle trailer, custom waterline cover, and a set of 4 period-correct wicker chairs.
28 Feet 2015 Myco Tandem Axel Gooseneck Trailer
Bought new in 2015 and stored indoors this trailer no more than 1000 miles on it since being purchased. For those who know Myco is a highly respected trailer manufacturer that produces a high quality product. For those who do not it is a welded aluminum channel frame which is light and weather resistant. Welded bunks offer greater strength and stiffness. These trailers also feature a self centering double bunk system for support, a "Y" rubber block bow stop, an extra high winch stand, aluminum walk on fenders and steps, a hydraulic surge brake activator, a heavy duty tongue jack, galvanized torsion axels, an "ez lube" spindle system, air tight pressurized hub protectors, disc brakes on all axels, seamless stainless steel brake lines, groundless wiring system, LED lighting, radial tires, aluminum wheels and 7 way circular electrical plug, chrome lug nuts and a spare tire, a fixed drive guard and a gooseneck option. This trailer has it all for your transport needs and was a $ 20,000 when purchased new from Myco in 2015. A copy of the original invoice is available for those interested.
28 Feet 1966 Lyman Sportsman
I have had this 28 Foot Lyman Sportsman since 2004 when I purchased the boat in Clayton, New York. It was first delivered new to Mercers Marine in Clayton in 1968. Engines are in great shape with velvet drive transmissions, good compression and good oil pressure. The boat then went through a full restoration and was lightly used from 2010 until now. The boat sits in the Antique Boat America Showroom after being run all summer. The boat has always been carefully cared for and run in the fresh water of the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence. River. Ready for sea trial at any time.
28 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Purchased from the original owner in Louisville, KY in 1998. Engine and boat was completely refastened and restored from 1998 through to 2001. New varnish applied in 2012. Bottom is excellent and water tight. Restoration by the best, engine done by George Shinn, balanced and blue printed. All original hardware, instrumentation, engine, seat springs, seat frames, bow and stern poles, running lights and lenses. Marine seat leather dyed to original color specification of the boat. All wood framing has matching serial numbers. Engine has added steering wheel choke. Boat is in overall excellent condition and was in the water in summer of 2015.
29 Feet 2006 Ditchburn Reproduction Launch
This is an exact replica of a 1929 Ditchburn Launch, built from the original hull stations and patterns that the factory used at that time. It was custom built for the first and only owner of this boat who desired a stable launch with modern power and a mother-in-law seat forward which would accommodate more people for entertaining. Built over a 2 year period, the boat has been well maintained and kept up to to a very high standard. It has always been stored indoor and used always in the cold fresh water lakes of the Adirondacks. This boat was reduced in price in April of 2019 and reflects the new asking price.
30 Feet 1995 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout w/Extended 2nd Cockpit
Nice 30' Hacker Craft with expanded 2nd cockpit. Made with modern construction and modern power these boats are easy to own and use. The boat comes with a bow thruster for easy docking. The boat comes on a trailer and has a full cover. Recent survey is available for review. Always a fresh water boat. Boat house kept on a hoist.
30 Feet 1997 Elco Electric Launch
30' Electric Launch with full length canopy. Fiberglass hull with VC17 bottom paint. Varnished teak decks. New 200 amp-hr Lifeline batteries (8) installed August 2015 with new charging system. Pacific blue topsides and canopy. Canopy new in 2015. Boat always covered when not in use and stored inside during fall, winter and spring. Oak coaming, mahogany interior. Wicker chairs. Tropic aluminum tandem trailer. Excellent condition
30 Feet 1999 John Ford Triple Cockpit Runabout
This stunning triple cockpit runabout was meticulously built by John Ford in 1999. John was best known for his traditional style triples and raceboats. The boat features a John Hacker style bottom and Chris Craft inspired decks. Cold molded mahogany construction, Chevrolet 454cid big block powerplant. Very nicely appointed inside, full Dietrich style top with side curtains. In addition to storage under each seat and the front deck, custom built-in cabinetry add additional secure storage for equipment and personal items. This triple cockpit is beautifully finished and is a nice example of Ford's craftsmanship. Needs nothing and is ready to enjoy this season!
30 Feet 1929 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
This Hacker-Craft triple was purchased new in 1929 by a Manhattan Episcopalian bishop at the New York City Boat Show. She remained on Lake George, NY until 1989, when purchased by renowned wooden boat aficionado Mark Mason of Lake Winnipesaukee. She was subsequently purchased by Alan Jackson and at 74 years old went through a 3-year professional restoration. Will O' The Wisp is now arguably one of the nicest 30-foot Hackers in the world! Her current owner is making room in his collection for another Hacker Triple.
30 Feet 1989 Hugh Saint Triple Cockpit Runabout
Built by Hugh Saint Custom Boats in 1989, this 30 foot triple cockpit runabout is a stunning contemporary build. Only 341 hours of use since new and completely refinished with 12 coats of varnish in 2017. Mahogany planking, cold molded construction, teak cockpit soles, and leather upholstery. Sold complete with a custom built tandem axle trailer. This triple needs absolutely nothing and has been exceptionally maintained.
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