|Auction boat list: 41 boats in auction|
| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|36323||16 Feet 1939 Guide Boat||Going to auction Aug 2nd|| |
|Lovely, double ended 16' Guide Boat complete with a set of oars. Good condition and ready to row, or display as a piece of "River history". Offered with No Reserve. |
|36314||13 Feet 1994 WeeLassie Kayak||Going to auction Aug 2nd|| |
|This is a gorgeous 13 foot WeeLassie Kayak built in 1994. It is extremely light and built for early morning rides along the River.|
|36308||11 Feet 1960 Gull Sailboat||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This is a lovely little sailboat, complete with launching cart! Marine mahogany plywood construction. Equipped with aluminum mast, wooden boom, sails, rudder, tiller, and centreboard. Good overall condition! |
|36307||21 Feet 1987 Citation I/O Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|| |
|This 21' Citation has been graciously donated to the Antique Boat Museum for Auction by Mr. James Mellowship of Clayton. A nice size for the River, the boat will be sold with No Reserve. |
|36299||23 Feet 1959 Lyman Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This 23 Foot Lyman Utility is one of the most popular Lymans and has been repowered by a Chrysler 318 c.i. V-8 engine. It has an enlarged bronze rudder for improved handling. It has the original bimini top canvas, always boathouse kept and is ready to go and show.|
|36250||12 Feet 1959 Penn Yan Cartopper||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|A great little Penn Yan cartopper for restoration! Graciously donated to the Antique Boat Museum by Mr. Robert Tempel - the proceeds from the sale of this boat will benefit one of the many programs at the Antique Boat Museum. |
|36249||16 Feet 2013 Tamarack Boatworks Sunnyside Cruiser||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|The original Sunnyside Cruiser was developed in Toronto, Canada by
Walter Dean around 1910 for use off Sunnyside Beach on Lake Ontario. This modern interpretation, made by Tamarack Boatworks,
is a fast, efficient cruiser that is narrow with plumb sides and a shallow
vee hull. The decks, thwarts and seats are quartersawn sycamore, and the
seats are caned.|
|36248||16'2 Feet 2013 Tamarack Boatworks||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|The original Sunnyside Cruiser model was developed in Toronto, Canada by Walter Dean around 1910 for use off Sunnyside Beach on Lake Ontario. This example was built by Tamarack Boatworks in 2013. She is a fast, efficient cruiser that is narrow with plumb sides and a shallow vee hull. The decks, thwarts and seats are quartersawn sycamore. The seats are slatted quartersawn sycamore.|
|36227||12' 4" Feet 2000 Compass Yachts, South Orleans MA||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Fiberglass replica of famed Beetlecat, a Cape Cod Catboat sailed by JFK in his younger years. Gaff-rigged daysailer w/ centerboard. New replacement cost is $10-15K. Excellent condition, but spars and brightwork need refinishing. Unregistered non-power.|
|36217||23 Feet 1959 Lyman Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Classic 1959 Lyman 23 Runabout which has been restored, and has many upgrades. The restoration was done by Blue Heron Boat Works on Wellesley Island. And she has been in FRESH WATER her entire life. Powered with a Chrysler 318 c.i. V-8 which was restored and rebuilt. Engine hours since installation are estimated at only 100. This Lyman 23 is one of the most popular designs with her tumblehome transom, sweet shear, mahogany opening windshields, and comfortable seating. The boat was restored by one of the best restoration firms in the Thousand Islands at a cost of $38,000. The "new" V-8 was another $7,000. This classic Lyman 23 is ready to go and show.|
|36216||14 Feet Flat Back Skiff||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|A 14 foot Flat Back Skiff owned by Ralph Earl brother to George Earl who was the Governor of Pennsylvania at one time. This boat came off of Camp Bullpout on Upper St. Regis Lake. It was later sold to Raplh Burger President and Chairman of A&P. Very nice flat back skiff ready for a small outboard. 14' flat back skiff originally owned by Ralph Earle, brother to George Howard Earle, Governor of Pennsylvania. The boat was stored at Mr. Earle's Great Camp, "Camp Bullpout" on Upper St. Regis Lake in the Adirondacks. Mr. Earle used the boat regularly with a small outboard motor for his boating pleasure. The boat was then acquired by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Burger. Mr. Burger was President and Chairman of the Board of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company (A&P) and would later become President/CEO of the John A. Hartford Foundation.|
|36215||10 Feet Julius Petersen Row Boat Dingy||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This a 10 foot row boat dingy was built prior to 1948 and owned by Raplh Burger former President and Chairman of A&P. Kept at a Great Camp on Upper St. Regis Lake near Saranac Lake. This is a very nice lapstrake dingy built in Nyack, Ny by Julius Petersen. The Dingy was kept at Mr. Burger's Great Camp on Upper St. Regis Lake (Located near Saranac Lake) in the Adirondacks. In addition to Ralph Burger's great camp; Upper St. Regis Lake is also home to great camp "Camp Topridge" which was built in 1921 by Post Cereal Heiress Majorie Merriweather Post and her husband E.F. Hutton.|
|36214||16 Feet St. Lawrence Skiff||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Up for Auction is a original St. Lawrence Skiff. Owned and used in Thousand Islands Park this boat needs some refreshing to restore it to its original beauty.|
|36210||17 Feet 1940 Penn Yan Kingfisher Guideboat ||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Very stable fishing boat; two sets of oars. Two people can stand and fish while a third rows, Stern is squared off so a motor can be attached. Serial number MCS180.|
|36108||22 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Dory||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This is a fairly rare model of Chris Craft. The Dory offers the classic look and charm of a vintage Chris Craft, with the versatility of a center console boat. The current owner has owned the boat for over 20 years. She has only 50 hours on a rebuilt engine. Older restoration, but minimal use. Trailer is included in the sale. |
|36107||26 Feet 2010 Custom Built Triple Cockpit Runabout||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This is a professionally built, contemporary triple cockpit runabout. It is cold molded construction encapsulated with WEST System epoxy. Both topsides and bottom are sheathed with 6 ounce fiberglass cloth. Fastenings are silicone bronze throughout. All inside surfaces have been coated with two coats of WEST System epoxy and two coats of epoxy paint. All decks and the transom have 10 coats of Epifanes gloss varnish. Topside finish is three coats of primer and three coats of Sikens two part urethane.
The power plant is a Mercruiser Mag 350 fuel injected engine with a 1:1 transmission.
Custom manufactured hardware includes: engine mounts, oil drip pans under engine and transmission, windshield brackets, cutwater, transom bands and exhaust tips.
The dry weight of the boat is 3180 pounds. This outstanding example of a triple cockpit runabout has seen only 15 hours in the water. It has been entered in four boat shows and won four awards.
|36086||23 Feet 1956 Lyman Runabout||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Previously purchased in T.I . family used since then in Eastern Ontario. Well maintained and cared for, kept in water under cover for the summers and stored inside in cold storage in winter. Great boat for family and friends , takes a load of gear and people safely in most water conditions . Its stability speaks to the reason its a good choice for families and fishermen. A new wooden boat restoration is the reason we are selling.|
|36032||26 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sea Skiff ||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|It is a great wooden boat! We bought it in 2010 to take up the Rideau for our honeymoon. It has a beautiful wooden interior with a galley, ice box, kitchen sink, and cabinets, a bench/couch which converts into bunk beds, a kitchen table with seating for four which converts into another bigger bed, a v-berth storage area, closets, and a separate head with a port-a-poddy and sink. The interior and exterior wood is in great shape. The hull and some of the painted surfaces do need a light sanding and a new paint job. The vinyl on all the seating was recently replaced and is in great shape as is the Captain's seat, wooden wheel and control panel. The deck has plenty of open air to sit out and enjoy beautiful sunny days. The original wooden swimming ladder is in great shape. It is not a fast cruiser, but both engines run well. We've enjoyed our time with the boat, but we have moved to Colorado. It's a great wooden cruiser! We hope someone else will love it as much as we do.|
|36029||17 Feet 1971 Chris Craft Lancer Outboard||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Very rare boat...only 60 hulls produced!!! Only came with red hull & interior with red/white decks!! Rated for 125hp outboard.|
|36021||26 Feet 1962 Century Raven||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|We bought this beautiful lapstrake boat in 2002 from a family who often took long overnight trips on Lake Ontario in it. It's roomy and has 2 V-berths forward. Century built the Ravens using African mahogany with keels and ribs of white oak with silicon bronze bolts and screws.
For us, it has been a day-tripper - cruising on the Finger Lakes and in Sodus Bay.
I have a large barn and it has always been stored inside. I have personally re-done some of the mahogany. Small, cosmetic repairs could be done but aren't necessary.
A few years ago I purchased a new propeller and in 2013 I commissioned a fellow to custom make a new aluminum gas tank.
In 2005 Kallusch Marine in Sodus NY. re-did the bottom. Then in 2010 a professional did the bottom again using 3M's 5200.
It was a hard decision for us to sell it but we are in our 70's and health issues seem to dominate at the moment.
We're looking forward to passing it on to others who will enjoy it as much as we have!|
|35932||22 Feet 2010 English Canal Boat Replica||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Northern white cedar on oak frames, V-bunks, Porta Potti, kitchen sink, 12v-110v-propane refrigerator, cabin top raises 2 feet while parked for 6ft headroom while parked, bimini over cockpit, steering with tiller/rudder from the back like the original English boats, one of a kind.|
|35874||26 Feet 1918 Pyke Motor & Yacht Company Triple Cockpit Runabout||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Built in Montreal, Quebec, this 26 foot Triple Cockpit is believed to be the last remaining example of the Pyke Motor & Yacht Company. The boat has been carefully restored with attention on maintaining its originality in every regard. The boat is mahogany planked with an oak keel and presented with 12 coats of varnish and nickel fittings which were correct for the period. This boat clearly reflects Mr. J. A Pyke's dream of building the most beautiful speedboats in the world. |
|35867||16 Feet 1937 Grew Sailing Dinghy||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Lapstrake cedar planking on steam-bent white oak ribs. Varnished Sitka spruce mast, boom and gaff. This vessel comes with a rudder, tiller, centreboard, hardware and rigging, and old sails (pattern only). There is no trailer. She will require complete restoration including new ribs, several planks, new decks, new floorboards, misc. repairs throughout, along with complete refinishing to bring her back into excellent useable condition. |
|35855||18 Feet 1950 Port Carling Sea Bird Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Purchased 6 years ago in Ontario and has been garage kept since. Engine was rebuilt by previous owner and all of the Chrome work was re-done. The serial number is 5027 making it the 27th boat built that year at Port Carling. This example has been kept up and well loved over the years. Powered by its original 4 cylinder Buchanan Junior engine. Would be a fun project to return to original, or just use it! |
|35851||18 Feet 1963 Century Saber||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Only 58 made. We purchased it at the Clayton Boat Auction in 2007 and drove that summer. In 2008 Woodenboat Specialties put a new plywood bottom on it. Schermerhorn Marina had engine and transmission rebuilt. New interior installed and all trim rechromed in 2008. Revarnished in 2012. |
|32198||22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|One of the most popular boats ever built. Chris Craft built over three thousand of these hull between 1946 and 1953. Because of a shortage of good mahogany after WWII, some of the early hulls were planked with white cedar and painted white. This boat has always been boat house kept and is all original. It doesn't appear to have had any new wood. It needs to be cleaned up but otherwise it's a good sound boat. |
|32191||21 Feet 1957 Bob Gove (Hutchinson) Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Own a real piece of St Lawrence River history! Bob Gove was the last head carpenter for Hutchinson Boat Works in Alexandria Bay, NY. He was involved in almost all of the post war boats that Hutchinson built including the "Pardon Me", right up to the last 22' utility that was built in 1963. He then ran the repair shop until his retirement. He also built several of his own boats in Chippewa Bay, NY. This is the boat that he built for himself. It is built like a traditional side steer, except Bob added a wheel. It has many features that are uniquely his. The hull is very sound and does not leak. The engine has seized and does not currently run.
|32180||16 Feet 1969 Thunderbird Formula Junior||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This 1969 Thunderbird Formula Junior is similar to the Donzi Sweet 16 but has a slightly different hull design with a barrel back shape. These boats are very stable with a deep V hull. These are gerat boats for water activities and this boat has been used all of it's life in the 1000 Islands. Very attractive design and might quick at 50 MPH!!|
|31914||19 Feet 1985 Century Sport LX3000||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|A Classic Century Sport! Original price as equipped was $21,300! She is being sold by the second owner who has had the boat since 1990. The Mercruiser engine has low running hours and has always been smooth running and reliable. Equipped with all of the bells and whistles, this Century will make some a great user boat. |
|31727||18 Feet 1952 Lyman Islander Side Steer Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This '52 Lyman is a great user boat and would make a perfect entry level classic. Over $2000 invested into bottom work completed during the winter of 2012/2013. Included some new planks, refastening, caulking, and fresh copper bronze. Really good user boat. Original 4cyl Gray Marine engine runs well. New aluminum fuel tank installed a few years ago. Complete with floating cushions and full canvas. Used for many hours during the summer 2013 season - never missed a beat! Trailer not included, but available for transport. |
|31582||18 Feet 1980's Starcraft Sailboat||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Great boat if you're learning how to sail! This Starcraft appears to be complete. Would make the perfect addition to the cottage and would be a fun boat to take out on a moderately windy day. |
|31580||22 Feet Mid 20's Canadian Skiff Putt||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This lovely Canadian Skiff putt was generously donated by Mr. Bill Danforth, the former Director of the Antique Boat Museum. It is offered complete with a gray marine engine and single axel bunk trailer. |
|31579||12 Feet 1941 Old Town Sport Boat||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This Old Town Sport Boat was graciously donated by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Diehle to the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, New York. . This model of Old Town is rare and uncommon and being sold in an effort to support the Museum's many programs and initiatives. The boat is in sound shape and the wood and canvas are in good shape.|
|31578|| Feet 1926 Old Town Square Stern||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|A Old Town Square Stern with folding seat backs. This Old Town has been fibreglassed and is ready for the water. These early models with the folding seatbacks were not seen on later models produced in the 30's , 40's and 50's.
This boat was once in the Antique Boat Museum's collection but has been deaccessioned. |
|31427||23 Feet 1956 Hacker Overnighter||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This John Hacker design and production boat is indeed very rare. Hacker would go on to make only a total production, 25. This is last known to exist. Hull #24. Complete professional restoration. Best in Class, Best in show Grand Lake, at shows in 2012 and 2013 confirming the excellent overall condition of this boat in every aspect. Complete with custom dually trailer with brakes. This is a solid boat in every way and an excellent collectors piece.|
|31425||28 Feet 1964 Chris Crafft Sea Skiff||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|28’ 1964 Chris Craft Sea Skiff: Purchased by current owners in 1993 and used every summer as a Picnic Boat. Runs well, looks sharp and is in good operating condition. Boat includes canvas top, side windows, backdrop and all Coast Guard safety equipment. |
|31049||22 Feet 2008 Greavette Streamliner Replica||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|First Streamliner built in over 50 years. Magnificent old growth mahogany, with teak & holly flooring, and inlaid white birch decking. In superb condition. Triple cockpit. Modern bottom, power & hydraulics. Doug Van Patten III, son of the original designer, consulted on the build, and no expense was spared constructing her. She is a faithful replica of a beautiful piece of Canadian history. Custom trailer included. She sounds awesome, drives like a dream and turns heads wherever she goes! You could not duplicate for less than $150k.
|30308||17'3 Feet 1962 Higgins Port Royal Utility||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This Higgins has been beautifully and correctly restored. All wood below the waterline has been replaced along with the transom and dash. A strong and Original 327 Gray Marine engine has been rebuilt and runs well. All original gauges and hardware are present. Shows well, ready to go boating and in the water this season and is a great runner!!|
|30228||27 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|This boat has just undergone a very extensive restoration totaling over $100,000. Engines have been rebuilt, new keel, mostly new bottom frames, new bottom, new top planks, new cabin, new teak in cockpit sole, all hardware rechromed, new shafts, rebuilt props, new wiring, head, fridge, stove, and microwave. Upholstery is brand new and the boat is finished in 7 coats of varnish, excellent paint, and fresh copper bronze bottom paint. This boat is 100% fresh. No expense was spared in the restoration and no aspect was overlooked. This was a very popular model of Chris Craft with 750 being produced between 1955 and 1957. |
|29722||19 Feet 1972 Monza Cigarette Boat||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|Boat purchased from 2nd owner in 2007. Has been garaged and never used . All fresh 402 rebuild when purchased. Has new lines, cables, custom alum fuel tank. Very nice boat for age. All new sunbrella cockpit covers/ motor cover and pad. Rebuilt Volvo 280 out drive. Motivated seller feels this boat needs a new home since he has no time to use the boat|
|28828||19 Feet 1975 Century Raven||Going to auction Aug 2nd|
|A very dependable boat in great condition. Deep V bottom for a smooth
ride in rough water. Always stored inside and well cared for. The seats and floor covering were replaced at one time. A great boat for the River!|