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|31505||11 Feet 1930's Peterborough Canoe||$3,900|
|Peterborough Pal cedar strip sailing dinghy
Also known as a Richardson Aqua Craft; haul #361 built around late 1930ís by the Peterborough Canoe Company. Newly varnished, cedar strip on oak ribs. It has been refinished (no restoration required) it is in great condition!, no dry rot or ribs or structure that had to be replaced. It has been stored inside a boat house or garage.
It can be rowed, sailed or motored (under 5hp). The dinghy is complete with oak rudder, tiller, dagger board, gaff rigged mast and boom. Brand new sail (never been used) made by Keeble Boats in Bellville. Only thing required for sailing is new ropes for rigging or oars for rowing.
Boat dimensions; Length: 10 ft. 6 in., max beam: 52 in., max depth: 18 in., weight approximately 150 lbs.
|35865||12 Feet 1930's Peterborough Catboat Sailboat||$500|
|Varnished cedar planking on steam-bent white oak frames. Varnished oak transom and rudder. Pine decks with canvas overtop. Cedar centreboard trunk and seats. Sitka spruce mast and boom. No sails or trailer. This lovely little vessel requires complete restoration including approx. 20 ribs, 7 or 8 planks, keel, centreboard, centreboard trunk, decks, rubrails, coamings and tiller. She will require other misc. repairs and a complete refinishing inside and out. |
|29692||13 Feet 1928 Peterborough Launch||$11,000|
|Boat is in great shape. The owner purchased the boat 4 years ago and the boat is in perfect shape. It has a beautiful DisPro 3 HP engine with a copper water jacket and is easy to start.It offers 3 seats , working lights and a bilge pump. Has a trailer and cover included. Everything works great.|
|29288||13 Feet 1930's Peterborough Twin Cockpit Sportabout||$1,650|
|This is a very early Sportabout Twin Cockpit model with no splash rails. The boat is all original and in need of restoration. Most of the planking is solid, ribs will need to be replaced. Some deck planks have come off but they are present. Owner also has all seats which are in solid condition. This is a very rare split cockpit model that would make an excellent project. |
|32200||14 Feet 1950 Peterborough Cedar Strip Outboard||$5,500|
|A classic Canadian 14 ft Peterborough cedar strip and mahogany runabout professionally restored with varnished hull and fiberglass bottom (restoration history available). All period decals have been replaced, all chrome replated including 2 piece windscreen, in perfect condition. Seats 4+ and comes with classic OMC controls plus steering. Powered by a 1967 Evinrude 18hp with electric start and OMC
gas tank of the era. Boat has been stored indoors but comes with custom made tarp. On a nice EZ Loader galvanized trailer with spare tire and new wiring harness. Boat looks great and runs even better.|
|30654||14 Feet 1950's Peterborough Handy Boy||$6,000|
|Peterborough Handy Boy. 14 feet long with a beam of 5 feet. Nice lake boat for a few passengers. Cedar strip planking is in good shape, partially varnished. One floor board needs some attention. |
|27290||14 Feet 1950's Peterborough Lakeside||$2,500|
|This is a 1950's Peterborough cedar stip outboard. It is currently in water worthy condition and can be used as is. Could use a refinishing.|
|26402||14 Feet 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy||$6,500|
|This 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy was in storage for 30 years. The owner pulled it out of storage and has compleltey restored it. The boat has been epoxied and the restoration totalled over 300 hours. It is powered by a twin cylinder 1952 West Bend 16 hp outboard motor.|
|30603||14 Feet 1957 Peterborough Canadian Canoe||$8,000|
|1957 Peterborough Runanbout meticulously restored with new trailer and Marine cover and Honda 4 stroke motor that has minimally been used. I have been told by the Peterborough Canoe Museum it should be in a museum but they only accept canoes. $8000.00 firm This lovely 14 foot cedar strip and oak frame runabout has been completely stripped, sanded and refinished with 6-8 coats of high quality marine varnish. The optional engine is a four stroke, 2000 Honda with approximately 50 hours of running time. Beautiful new custom-made upholstery. The price includes a brand new mooring cover and single axle trailer. The Dart has not been in the water since its complete overhaul and has been meticulously stored.
|31924||14 Feet 1959 Peterborough Sanguay Outboard||$2,800|
|All original Peterborough Sanguay model outboard. Complete with vintage Evinrude 18hp outboard. Appears to be in solid condition needing mainly cosmetics. Perfect winter project, have it back on the water in the spring time!|
|30242||14.5 Feet 1960 Peterborough Outboard||$3,850|
|This Peterborough is a nice little boat and was in my wife's family since new. We are from Saskatchewan and the boat was refinished 5-6 years ago, no time to enjoy, runs like a top.|
|31978||15 Feet 1950 Peterborough Zephyr||$11,200|
|This is a fully restored Peterborough Zephyr. The restoration was recently completed and the boat is in wonderful condition. Of specific note, the classic Peterborough grab handle at the nose is the original.|
|31453||15 Feet 1959 Peterborough Handy Boy||$2,500|
|Used every year. Stored in boathouse. Some ribs replaced in 1995. Kept in very good condition.|
|25785||15 Feet 2004 Reproduction of a Peterborough Nomad||$27,400|
|This boat is a 2004 reproduction of a 1957/58 Peterborough Nomad. This beautifully built boat is constructed from select red cedar strips over steamed oak ribs fastened by copper clench nails. It has been finished inside and out with 7 coats of varnish for maximum durability. Included is a beautifully restored 1958 35hp Maroon and White Johnson outboard.|
|31693||15' Feet 1961 Peterborough Tempest Outboard||$8,500|
|Rare Find! Peterborough Tempest mahogany boat in factory condition! Obviously stored inside and covered her entire live!|
|31016||15' 4 Feet 1950 Peterborough Outboard||$1,995|
|This Peterborough was bought by the current owner's grandfather and has been in the same family for 62 years. It is a fast rowing boat and still has the original oars, as well as a second pair. It also includes a Mariner 9.9hp outboard of unknown condition, gas tank, custom canvas cover, and a Rocket trailer. The boat spent the last several years in Florida, but is now located in Massachusetts. About 15 to 20 years ago new custom floorboards were installed in the boat. The boat has been used as recently as 2 or 3 years ago, and may still float. There is rot in the transom area that should be addressed. Other then that the rest of it appears to be sound. |
|29510||16 Feet 1915 Peterborough Canoe||$3,300|
|This is a really nice, early Peterborough canoe. Strip built, cane seats. Great example of Canadian craftsmanship. |
|31462||16 Feet 1929 Peterborough Canoe||$3,200|
|A very rare Peterborough Canoe that was built in 1929 and fully restored by a wooden boat Museum. The boat is constructed of cedar and half round rock elm. This boat was offered for sale in 1929 in the Peterborough Offices for $ 88 which included 2 single paddles. Now in excellent condition and waiting for a new owner and collection.|
|30319||16 Feet 1930 Peterborough Campmate||$3,500|
|1930's Peterborough "Campmate" outboard model. Fairly uncommon and in very original condition. 14 feet long, stored indoors for the last 20 years. Boat needs some restoration but is a nice survivor. Comes with a vintage Tee Nee trailer!|
|30193||16 Feet 1938 Peterborough Canoe||$3,000|
|This wonderful canoe was owned by my late father since he was a boy. Even though I have been an avid canoeist, I am now more of a sailer. This canoe needs the attention of an active owner.|
|26833||16 Feet 1940s Peterborough Champlain High End Canoe||$2,500|
|This canoe has been re-canvased and painted by William Wison Canoe restorer, Paugan Falls Canoes, in Low, Quebec and has not been put in the water, since restoration. Inside needs to be revarnished to be 100%. My uncle bought this canoe new, I beleive in the 40s or possibly in the 30's. It is very quiet in the water and paddles easily.|
|29390||16 Feet 1948 Peterborough Canoe||$2,000|
|1948 molded ply Peterborough Canoe. The boat has been stored indoors for many years but needs a bit of cosmetic TLC.|
|29547||16 Feet 1953 Peterborough Dory||$3,700|
|Fiberglass bottom added by owner, terrific condition, all original floorboards, stored in boathouse, well maintained. Original owner.|
|29933||16 Feet 1955 Peterborough Aqua Flyer||$6,500|
|1955-1956 Peterborough Cedar Strip Aqua Flyer with original 25 Evinrude Big Twin engine. Boat was completely rebuilt in 2006.
Asking $6500 or best offer|
|30585||16 Feet 1956 Peterborough Lakeside||$9,995|
|1956 Peterborough 16 feet LOA, boat was completely restored in 1999 and has been kept indoors ever since. Has all new ribs, cut down sheer 3 inches, new deck configuration with single cockpit, new mahogany transom, and white leather interior. All but the planking is new, even the stem. Hull was treated with CPES and west system with 3oz cloth. Has wet-look gloss black sides, varnished mahogany decks. Boat rides fantastic. Full custom cover for boat & motor included. More pictures available of the restoration upon request. |
|30990||16 Feet 1960 Peterborough Outboard||$6,000|
|1960 Peterborough cedar strip outboard. Decent overall shape with some ribs needing replacement. Comes with a newer 30hp Yamaha outboard and a good single axle trailer. |
|27709||16 Feet 2007 Reproduction Peterborough Canoe||$3,500|
|This is a reproduction of the classic Peterborough Canoe. The inner and outer stems as well as the in-whales and out-whales are made from ash. The striped decks are made from beautiful maple and walnut. Interior and exterior were covered in fiberglass cloth for superior strength and durability. The boat was launched for the first time September 2nd 2007 with great success. It is a stable design and with some practice, she is a snap to paddle.|
|29451||16 Feet pre 1929 Peterborough Rowing Skiff||$7,500|
|This is a stunning example of Peterborough's fine Canadian craftsmanship. This is a gorgeous varnished grade Peterborough boat made of cedar strip with copper nails. It is a pre-1929 boat, exact date unknown. Very solid condition - Restoration was done 6 years ago and the boat still looks fresh and beautiful - 50 new oak ribs, bench seats, floor boards and a few small sections of plank replaced. All the rest is original including the removable seat backs. Recent new varnish. This boat is light, strong and a pleasure to row or show. |
|36390||16 Feet 1950's Peterborough Royal||$4,500|
|Mid 1950's Peterborough Cedar Strip. Fibreglassed bottom. 1988 Mercury motor and EZ loader trailer. Runs well. Buy as a project to fully restore, or use as is.|
|32111||16 Feet 1947 Peterborough Canoe||$5,600|
|I have owned this gem for 30 years. It was an antique when I bought it in 1984. Rarely saw the water. Although always in good condition it was fully restored in Winter of 2012 by Dave Lanthier (Kamloops). It is a showcase piece an deserves a good home. |
|32082||16 Feet Peterborough Cedar Strip Canoe||$1,500|
|This canoe was stored for the last 12 yrs. It had previously been restored and fiber glassed. It has now been carefully and laboriously brought back to bare wood. It is in very original shape and the wood is solid with no sign of rot. A few planks are cracked and will need repair with epoxy/other. It is close to being ready to varnish and use or admire. I am offering it at this stage now, but may decide to complete the exterior finish. As the identification tag is missing, I haven't put an exact date to it. |
|36450||16 Feet 1913 Peterborough Canoe||$3,250|
|Antique 16' Peterborough # 604 cedar wood canvas canoe. This canoe is over 100 years old. Documented FULL restoration just completed by an expert. Unused since. Two antique paddles included. |
|31715||16' Feet 1946 Peterborough Lakefield Canoe||$5,700|
|This historic handmade Peterborough is in fantastic near-mint original condition. This is not a restoration.
The bow thwart has a placement for a sail rig if so desired, although I never had the sailing rig myself. As is fairly typical, there are no seats and likely there never were any. It's unusual to find these in this great of condition outside museums. Generally, these have considerable salt rot and other serious damage. This one's clean, watertight, & requires no work. It's ready to enjoy.
Stem#: 1427 2534.
Previously owned by a fellow collector.
Stored in climate controlled indoor environment.
Appraised & Insured at $6,000.|
|29731||16.5 Feet 1940's Peterborough Speedster||$10,500|
|Complete restoration finished June 2008, marine survey completed July 2008. Perfect condition, all upholstery redone. New mooring cover. Asking $10,500.00 negotiable, depending on which engine is requested.|
|26501||17 Feet 1930 Peterborough Gull Skiff||$8,000|
|This is a cedar rowing skiff bearing the serial number #5136115. It has no rot and every piece of wood is original. It has the original oar locks with spoon blade oars and was always kept indoors. It has a double rowing station and double scarf joint. Boat has a wine glass stern and a raked transom along with half round ash ribs. The actual year is unknown but it is beleived to be between 1925 and 1935. This boat was purchased as part of a property acquisition and came with it 5 years ago and the owner is now ready to sell the boat. This boat has a survey conducted by the late Jonathan Watson attesting to it's overall impressive condition. This is believed to be a Gull model which is a very rare and beauctiful model with excellent lines.|
|30148||17 Feet 1940 Peterborough Speedster||$9,000|
|The history of the Peterborough Boat Company and the fine Canadian Craftsmanship that they created oozes out of this terrific looking 17 foot Peterborough Speedster.
This boat just just come through a full, complete and exhaustive restoration with all details being addressed so that it is complete and correct. The boat is gorgeous and is offered with a trailer which will pull it nicely.|
|28836||17 Feet 1957 Peterborough SeaFarer||$5,000|
|This is a Peterborough Seafarer with all original wood except transom. She is a beautiful boat which has had some restoration done. Has original hard top. It has been stored inside. Fiberglass has been added to hull. This boat is located 1 hour south of Montreal, Quebec, Canada near Vermont and NY border. |
|30575||17' Feet circa 1940 Peterborough Ontarian||$3,400|
|Peterborough is of course one of the premier names in boat construction from Ontario. The Peterborough Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario has a boat exactly like this on display and refers to it as the "Cadillac of canoes". Here is a full restored Pete 16' canoe that is ready to paddle on your lake or river...or display in your great room. What an opportunity for a canoe collector to get this boat at a great price. Make me an offer on this boat and we can make things happen.|
|29445||19'6 Feet 1946 Peterborough Inboard Runabout||$27,000|
|This boat was commissioned as a custom build for a family on Stoney Lake back in 1939. She was completed after war efforts were stopped in 1946. This boat is a true custom build because it features many of Peterborough's most desirable construction methods and this model is not seen in any of the company's catalogues. She was fully restored in the 1980's and had a new bottom installed. The boat is still in excellent condition and shows that it has been very well taken care of. This is also a very functional design with the second row of seating behind the driver's position. She has fresh varnish and is ready to go! This is a rare 3 owner boat with a nice history.|
|30812||20 Feet 1930's Peterborough Launch||$4,000|
|A beautiful piece of Canadian Craftsmanship and worthy of a restoration. The boat has varnished mahogany planking on steam bent white oak ribs. The boat has mahogany decks and transom and includes an original 4 cylinder Buchanan "Junior" engine. |
|35868||20 Feet 1930's Peterborough Launch||$1,500|
|Varnished mahogany planking on steam-bent white oak ribs. Mahogany decks and transom. Original engine was a 4 cylinder Buchanan Junior. This once lovely vessel has been repaired many times over the years. She will now require all new steam-bent ribs, a new bottom, transom, decks, several planks, and complete refinishing inside and out. She is a rare model of Peterborough and worthy of an ambitious restorer's efforts!|