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| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|39296||-- Feet ||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|39295||16 Feet 1930 Georgina Bay Skiff||$4,000|| |
|This is a lovely example of a Georgian Bay Skiff built around 1930. It includes two sets of oar locks, a tiller, a trailer with a spare tire and years of tender loving care. |
|39294||16 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Rocket||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|The Chris Craft Rocket was made from 1946 through to 1949 and a total on 1040 of these units were built. They came in white sided and varnished versions and were very popular after the war as people were so happy that the war was over that they were buying boats and enjoying their lives again. This boat is being sold today at NO Reserve |
|39293||16.5 Feet 1947 Chris Craft||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|This is a rare Chris Craft. In 1947. Several were cedar planked and painted. This is a mahogany planked boat with a newer bottom but replaced as the original was installed, with diagonal planks. Not a glassed over redo.
Boat is all original with the exception of the bow light which appears to be a Hacker light. Chrysler straight 6 cylinder, runs beautifully. Got a small oil leak at the rear, keeps the bottom lubed up...Needs to be refinished as the last job was not done well , but it looks OK.
Got a split deck plank where a deer hit her on the way to winter storage one year. It doesn't look bad though, a purist will see it. Because of it's rarity this girl has a lot of potential should you want to restore it to a collector unit. Or just run her as is as a great driver. It's a sweet little boat.
Trailer is storage only, not road ready and it has a good mooring cover. Seats are original so should be redone but as I said a great driver. Previous owner put 40k into her ! God bless him.
ID Number R16-139 ... Yes it's the real thing !|
|39292||22.0 Feet 1965 CenturyRaven ||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Very Good to excellent condition boat with low hours, always stored indoors and updated with recent paint, all new fuel system, batteries w switch, and dual Bilge pumps. The fore deck has been covered in Nautalex anti skid surface. Looks & Runs great, fast and smooth on rough water as a lap strake boat should be. |
|39291||18 Feet 1957 Lyman Runabout||$15,000|
|Based on the popular Lyman Islander model, the 18 foot runabout was the next evolution in design with a larger, 6 cylinder engine and forward steering configuration. This boat has been with the same owner for 25 years and has been very well kept. The original Gray Marine engine has been completely rebuilt and the boat received some rib and bottom work recently. Nice canvas, interior cushions, crystal clear side windows, full cover, and a well fitted trailer. Complete with period correct fishing tackle for display. This little Lyman is in great shape and ready for her next custodian! |
|39289||19 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback||$49,900|
|The beautiful and iconic Chris Craft Custom Runabout! Chris Craft only built 433 of these boats between 1939 and 1942, yet she is one of the most recognizable runabouts built by the company. She features her original Chris Craft MBL engine, the largest available option during production. The boat was comprehensively restored during the 1980's and a new West System bottom was installed 2009-2010. Award winner in Coeur D'Alene. One owner since restoration, well cared for and carefully stored. Folding Bugatti windshield, beautiful interior, blue faced gauges, banjo steering wheel - a lot of style packed into a 19 foot runabout! |
|39288||15' Feet 1984 West Wight Potter Sailboat||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Known as the Big Little Cruiser and the Comfortable Pocket Yacht, the 15' West Wight Potter cruiser is fun to sail, easy to trailer, and durable. Although it isn't a quick boat, the Potter is responsive and stable. The forward bunks measure 6.5' and sleep 2. Complete with rigging and sails.|
|39287||15' Feet Late 60s - early 70s Whitby Albacore Sailboat||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|The Albacore is a great first boat for those who are just learning to sail and a very competitive racer for more advanced sailors., it is often sailed by husband/wife and parent child combinations. It is a two-person planing dinghy, for competitive racing and lake and near-inshore day sailing. This hull is fiberglass but earlier ones were wood.The Albacore is currently raced in seven countries, and a World or International Championships is held every two years. This boat comes with steel and wooden centerboards, a new wooden tiller, rigging and sails. |
|39286||40' Feet 1894 Gas Engine & Power Company Glass Cabin Launch ||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Virginia was built in the early 1890s by the Gas Engine and Power Company, makers of naphtha powered launches and small yachts. In the late 19th century, recreational boating as we now know it was in its infancy. In particular, the powered pleasure boat was a new invention. Some were made with steam engines, but steam power was inconvenient for small boats, as the boiler and fuel were very heavy and took up a great deal of room. Also, due to the high boiler pressure a licensed engineer was required to operate a steam engine. In the 1880s, several alternatives to the water-based steam engine were invented, one of which was the naphtha engine. These lighter, smaller engines allowed for the creation of smaller power boats, bringing recreational boating within reach of many people who had not been able to afford a yacht. It was the beginning of the widespread culture of pleasure boating in North America. Virginia represents this period exceptionally well.
In its earliest incarnations, the small power boat resembled its larger predecessor, the steam yacht. Virginia, with her clipper bow, fully enclosed passenger space, opulent interior decorations and complete equipment such as a head and cookstove, all contained in 40’, is one of these earliest of small power boats. Within a very short space of time, boats like this were out of favor: impractical details like the clipper bow were left behind, more open-plan cockpit layouts were favored over the glass cabin, and the décor of the Gilded Age was out of vogue. Before long, small power boats in this market were made to resemble automobiles rather than larger yachts and ships. This shift in design is a marked change, and boat design and marketing have remained tied to that of the automotive world ever since.
The technology of naphtha was short-lived as well. These engines operated on similar principles to the steam engine, but replaced water with a petroleum distillate, the low boiling point of which made for a smaller, lower-pressure system. This petroleum product, naphtha, also powered the burner. The Gas Engine and Power Company was founded to make naphtha engines and naphtha launches. As explosive gasoline engines became the dominant technology, GE&P adapted and eventually became part of the Charles L. Seabury Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation.
Virginia spent her life on Moosehead Lake, Maine and operated as a shuttle and mailboat before she was purchased by the donor. Although restoration work is needed, she is very charming and her interior work is very detailed and beautiful. She was last operated in summer 2012. Historically significant, she would make a fine addition to a private collection. The primary goal of ABM in the disposal process is to place her in a good home where she will receive the care and attention she deserves. |
|39285||17' Feet 1959 Lyman Outboard||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|This Lyman runabout hails from Chippewa Bay. The level floor of the beamy admidship cockpit invites lounging in deck chairs and lots of stowage space is available throughout. Handling motors up to 75HP, this practical lapstrake hull handles the worst river conditions. Has a 2014 mooring cover, original green canvas top with side curtains.|
|39284||27' Feet 1969 Lyman Cruisette||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|This Lyman spent its life in the 1000 Islands. It has teak decks and mahogany interior and comes with a full camper canvas. Cruisette's were sold as "family fun boats" and sleep 4 with forward V berths and a dinette that converts into a double bunk. Full lapstrake construction in Lyman's fine dry-ride hull make this a perfect boat for water of all conditions. |
|39283||-- Feet 1993, 2003,2015 and 2011 Wooden Boat Magazines||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|A variety of Wooden Boat Magazines ranging from 2003 to 2015. These are NOT complete sets but rather individual copies and all of them are in excellent condition. |
|39282||-- Feet 2012-1014 Set of Wooden Boat Magazines||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Being offered is a complete set of Wooden Boat Magazines from 2012, 2013 and 2014. These are complete set in excellent condition and are being offered with NO Reserve from the Bill Bartoo Collection.|
|39281||-- Feet 1985-1989 Complete Set of Wooden Boat Magazines||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Offered for sale at NO RESERVE is a Four Binder set of Wooden Boat Magazines from 1985 through to and including 1989. These are all in excellent condition and offered from the Bill Bartoo Collection.|
|39279||15 Feet 1940's St. Lawrence Ladies Skiff||Going to Auction August 5th|
|We are offering a St. Lawrence River Ladies Skiff. It is believed to have been built in 1940's and has a distinctive butternut inlay suggesting that it is Canadian made. Based on the construction we believe that it was built just North of here in the Chaffey's Locks area. It is being offered with NO Reserve here today at the Auction.|
|39278||-- Feet West Bend Outboard||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Being offered are Tow West Bend Outboard Engines which would make a great display piece. It is unknown if they are currently in running condition. They are being offered at No Reserve|
|39276||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$29,900|
|Between 1950 and 1954, Chris Craft was very successful in building and selling 1210 of the 18 foot Riviera models. The first 119 units were upholstered in a an attractive maroon material and all those after were done in red. The striking 2 tone decks caught everyone's eye and the blond king plank pulled people towards this model. This example has been very nicely restored. Replacement bottom, excellent interior and chrome, recently refinished. Ready to enjoy! |
|39275||-- Feet 1980-1985 A set of Wooden Boat Magazines from||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Being offered for sale is a set of Wooden Boat Magazines form 1980 through to 1985. This is a collection which is in excellent condition and preserved in binders. It is from the Bill Bartoo Collection and being offered at no Reserve.|
|39274||22 Feet 1958 Shepherd Runabout||$3,000|
|Last operated in 1983, stored indoors,
Started restoration but incomplete, Most hardware included except instrument panel - Tough restoration - Mostly good for parts - original windshield and motor|
|39273||12 Feet 1955 Penn Yan||$2,700|
|Professionally fiberglassed and professionally restored. Woodwork perfect. Excellent condition. Serial # intact. Always stored indoors.|
|39272||22' Feet 2004 Lakeland Boatworks Isle Royale ||Going to Auction August 5th|
|39271||Lareg Scale Steamship Wooden Boat Model||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|A Steamship often referred to as a Steamer is a vessel typically ocean -faring and seaworthy, that is propelled by one or more steam engines that typically drive propellors or paddlewheels. The first steamships came into practical usage in the late 1800's. This extraordinary steamship has great details including a lifeboat, smoke stack, brass plating, life preserver and wheelhouse. The ropes are intact and tight. The boat comes complete with a stand and measures 40 inches by 22.5 inches by 8 inches and is being sold with No Reserve.|
|39266||27 Feet 1955 Shepherd V-Drive Runabout||$42,900|
|Clean boat that went through a full refinish a couple years back. The bottom is original and swells very tight. Both engines are believed to have cracked blocks and the pricing is reflective of that. Comes on an Aluminum Tri Axle trailer|
|39263||22 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit||$64,900|
|This boat went through a frame up restoration. The boat was totally taken apart during restoration and restored. There is picture documentation of the restoration. Extremely well done boat that is very original. Comes on a custom built Performance trailer that was built for the boat.|
|39262||20'6" Feet 1941 Gar Wood Deluxe Utility||$29,900|
|Very clean boat that was restored in 2008/09. The boat was stripped to bare wood, 5 or so planks were replaced at the time. The bottom was Completely refastened. The 350 engine was also installed at that time. The original engine is available for the boat.|
|39261||22 Feet 1941 Hutchison Utility||$11,000|| |
|Hutchinson boats were built in Alexandria Bay, New York and designed to easily handle the waters of the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River. The company offered runabouts, skiffs, utilities and commuters and later went on to build submarine chasers during the World War II for the United States Navy. Hutchinson boats are highly-regarded for their craftsmanship, heavy build and simple style. Most have spent their entire lives on the St. Lawrence River in freshwater. This boat is on one of these classic examples, and the winner of numerous awards at the Alexandria Bay ACBS Antique Boat Show in the 1990s.
Water tight hull and fully functioning engine.
|39260||15 Feet 1969 Penn Yan Outboard - No Engine||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|39259||27 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$25,000|
|The boat was used on the Rideau system.
An extensive restoration in 2008 by Miller Potter Restoration in Manotick Ont. recent fresh varnish and paint at the Wooden Boat Shop in Gananoque Ontario. The boat is in excellent condition with plenty of room for fishing and cruising.|
|39258||12' Feet 1955 Barbour Open Utility||Going to Auction August 5th|| |
|Purchased in Clayton 2001, boat refurbished, bottom West System under paint, boat very good shape. Motor ran briefly to check in 2001, kept oiled and in barn with boat since. |