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|39395||16 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera||$30,000|| |
|Very rare model. Only 174 built! Originally from Michigan and restored in 2007, I have owned this easy to run and store Chris Craft for 11 years. Restoration includes all metal re-chromed, varnish, striping, and bottom paint, Renco aluminum fuel tank, rebuilt original motor by Mr. B, 12 volt system, fuel/water separator, bilge pump, fire extinguisher and spotlight. In great running order and looks great but could use a fresh coat of varnish and striping touch-up. Nothing feels better than cruising in a Chris Craft! |
|39392||25 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Custom Cruiser||$27,900|
|Offered only for the 1960 model year by the Cavalier division, the 25' Custom Cruiser was an attractive size and configuration. This example is very original and well documented. She has won the "Most Original Boat of show" several years , the last in 2014, her last show appearance. The only items in the boat that are not original are the cabin carpet, 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank, the V-berth cushions and the hurricane cover. She comes with many spare parts for the engine, two extra wiper motors, two spare fenders, the original canvas (has 1-season old canvas as well), boarding ladder, boarding steps, the original two-burner alcohol stove, and oscillating fan in the cabin. Owner has installed a house battery and an Automatic Charging Relay on a multiple battery switch so that both batteries receive the correct amount of charge. There is also a shore powered charger in the engine room. The hull was repainted in 2017 and the varnish renewed in 2018. This is a fast cruiser, quick to plane with one or a dozen on board.|
|39391||13 Feet 1955 Lyman Outboard||$6,800|
|The 13' outboard was one of Lyman's most popular models and remained almost unchanged from 1946 until the late 1950's. This 1955 model has been fully restored and is in excellent condition. She is rigged with a 25hp Mercury outboard and complete with a single axle trailer. The perfect entry level boat! |
|39390||20 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Continental||$29,900|
|The flagship model of the Chris Craft utility lineup! This Continental received a comprehensive restoration in 2000 which included virtually all new wood. Upholstery replaced with attractive green naugahyde in 2017 and fresh varnish work completed in 2018. Only 221 of this model were built between 1955 and 1957. Used each season and well cared for since its restoration. Engine was rebuilt at the time of restoration and has low hours. Ready to enjoy and sold complete with a custom fitted trailer and custom mooring cover. Brakes and bearings recently replaced. |
|39388||21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri||$99,000|
|Purchased as a gray boat in 1999 and underwent a comprehensive, 5-year restoration, completed in 2012. The goal of the restoration was to bring the boat back to as close to factory condition as possible.Originally delivered to Cleveland Boat Service in June of 1955. Only 170 of the 21 footers were built between 1955 and 1956. This 1955 example features the 1-year gold tolex interior as well as the upgraded, factory-original Chrysler M45S HEMI engine, which was only installed in a handful of the 21 Capris. Over the last 7 years, the boat has won no less than 14 awards, including Best Chris Craft, Best Runabout, 1st in Place, Best Classic Runabout, Best in Class.|
|39386||32 Feet 1977 One Design Sailboat|
|This is a one design sailboat built by Vic Carpenter in 1977. Mr. Carpenter was a skilled craftsman who was well known in Canada and regarded as a builder of quality boats. This boat has been in the same Family since 1977 and is now ready for a new Captain. During this time the boat has always been used in the cool fresh water of the Muskoka Lakes and stored indoors when not in use. It is powered by a 10HP outboard nd was designed to be a one sailor boat. It has a keel with a center board and small cuddy cabin for storing personal belongings. There is a good collection of main sail, 3 jibs and a spinnaker all in good shape. |
|39385||19 Feet 1961 Century Resorter||$6,000|
|Restored in 1998, bow was changed to Coronado, all original upholstery, eye catching paint, everything in nice condition, sliding top, fiberglassed bottom, a few cracks in original windshield. New owner pulled Ford interceptor engine and trans to change oil pump, - it was stolen. Kept inside clean garage ever since.|
|39384||17 Feet 1927 Welsch Brothers Kingfisher Runabout||$4,000|
|Found as an unfinished kit, hull only, very carefully built, 5/16 or 3/8" mahogany and all brass screws, high quality, light weight. A craftsman we found assurred us he could build the decks. His work did not produce a fair and even deck. Owner became ill, boat, clean and dry waiting for completion.|
|39383||17 feet Feet 1960 Home Built||$6,000|
|Standard style hydroplane raceboat project, well built, was neglected for some time, now refinished inside and out, ready for engine detailing, and re-installation. Vintage homebuilt wooden trailer in good shape.|
|39382||26'4" Feet 1970 Lyman Cruisette||$19,500|
|GEM is a 26-foot Cruisette, one of Lyman's most popular models. She spent her first 45 years on Lake Erie and the last three in the fresh water of Tom's River, New Jersey. Since new she has been used lightly, with only 338 total hours on her original, powerful Crusader 260 engine. In 2009 the engine was pulled, the seals redone and the filters, carburetor, fuel pump, points, plugs, belts and wires were replaced. A new stainless steel frame, convertible top, side curtains and aft cockpit cover were installed in 2017. Bottom, sides, decks and transom are in excellent condition. All mechanicals are in top working order, including a new, never-used Port-a-Potty. Also onboard are trim tabs, an antique binnacle and compass, a nearly-new Garmin GPS set, and an original but rarely used full canvas mooring cover. GEM is a beautiful boat that rides well in any conditions. |
|39381||22 Feet 1949 Shepherd Utility||$29,500|
|This 1949 Shepherd Phantom Utility is powered by a Gray Marine 327 cu. in Fireball V8 with a direct drive 1:1 velvet drive transmission. Shepherds were built to withstand rough seas and the 22 foot version is well equipped for any type of water. The boat received a comprehensive restoration by a well regarded boat restoration shop and was completed in 2014. She has 99% of her original wood. The boat has been done to Shepherd highest standards and the boat is in overall excellent condition. The brightwork has been redone and the spotlights and hardware were re-chromed. Pettit hard Racing bronze finished out the bottom paint. The boat comes complete with a 2014 Tandem Trailer and Wicker Chairs to enhance the entertaining experience. |
|39380||22 Feet 1931 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout||$72,500|
|One of only eight model 22-35 Triple Cockpit Runabouts built in 1931! Two of these models are known to exist today. This 22 foot Gar Wood is in excellent condition and shows very well. Older restoration, kept on a lift and used sparingly. Replaced, no-soak bottom, excellent topsides, nice chrome and interior. Originally powered by a 125hp Chrysler Imperial 6cyl engine. Currently powered by a similar-era Chrysler 6cyl. This boat was built in 1931, but was not sold and delivered until 1934. She was titled and subsequently registered as a 1934 model. Awarded "Best Gar Wood" at Skaneateles 2018. |
|39379||17 Feet 1974 Homebuilt Sea Knight||$4,995|
|Classic 17' popular Sea Knight, oak frame, plywood hull, fiberglass coating/seams, front hatch
65 HP Mercury 650 single short-shaft outboard motor tuned in 2018
18 ft Vanson trailer with brand new tires.
2019 Registration for boat and trailer and last used in 2013 on Lake Lopez.
This Sea Knight was hand-built by my meticulous Dad & furnished by my sewing Mom in the 60's and it's brought our family lotsa fun on Lake Nacimiento since the 70's. But Dad is gone now and his dream needs to live on with an appreciative owner that would polish and cherish her fine lines and get her out on the water more often. She needs a nickname too! LOL.
It is a king-sized outboard cruiser in an ideal length for easy trailering. It's a very nice boat for all water sports like fishing, diving, and water skiing. It needs very little power for a sweet ride and a larger motor can be used for water skiers. The motor is virtually concealed in the well yet readily accessible. The Sea Knight cabin has a portable toilet, 2 berths for sitting or sleeping & under lid storage for sleeping bags and food. Both walls have fishing rod holders. The extra large cockpit can also fit 2 more sleepers. $4995. |
|39378||26 Feet 1971 LymanSleeper||$19,500|
|This 1971 Lyman Sleeper has spent many years in the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River region. It recently underwent some plank replacement and is now sound and ready for a new owner. It is powered with a Chrysler 340 cu. in engine which moves the boat along at 30+ MPH. The boat is a lapstrake hull, clinker-built design with twin batteries and switch, a depth finder, fish finder, a swim platform and full canvas covers. It is fully loaded for boating and ready to go. Lastly the boat is sold with a 2016 tandem-axle trailer which was custom fitted for the boat and has been sued only for storage until now. It will pull the boat home nicely.|
|39377||15'9" Feet 1959 Cruisers, Inc.||$5,900|
|This boat has been in our family since 1964. She was last in the water in 1992 in the St. Lawrence River. She was restored over 5 winters with completion in 2014. All hardware was rechromed. Seat cushions are in like-new condition. Two restored fuel tanks.|
|39376||30 Feet 1965 Henry Luhrs Sea Skiff Shelter Cabin||$6,250|
|Very original turn key boat which needs wood repair to cabin / deck joint and some bottom repair. Motor starts and runs excellent. Interior is in great condition.|
|39374||13' Feet ca. 1930's Detroit Boat Co||$2,500|
|hull in intact but needs a complete refinish. Some possible repair of ribs is needed. |
|39373||26 Feet 1995 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout||$89,500|
|Very good condition 26-foot 1995 Hacker reproduction triple cockpit runabout - with the desirable pass-through between the first and middle compartments. She is amply powered with a big Crusader 440 and is a clean and solid user boat with a few minor scratches and spots that do not detract from her overall beauty. Current owner has had her on an Adirondack Mountain lake for over 18 years and kept in the boathouse or at Hacker facility on Lake George every winter. Varnish was updated around 2012 and four planks were replaced in the late 2000s.
|39372||19 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Capri||$39,000|
|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. |
|39371||22 Feet 1948 Jeffrey Triple Cockpit Runabout||$20,000|
|Built in the town of Athens, Ontario, Myles Jeffrey is best known for his time working for Chris Craft, Gar Wood, and Dodge as a boatbuilder. In 1932, Jeffrey began building his own designs, blending features from the big 3. A unique feature to all Jeffrey boats is the full deck-length glove compartment that houses a paddle and boat hook. This 22 footer was originally one of 2 sedans built by the company. Later in life, she was converted into a triple cockpit. The boat was rescued in 1992 in derelict condition and restored over a 5 year period. Powered by a straight 8 Kermath 130hp engine. She is in good "driver" condition and priced very fairly for a boat with such interesting history. |
|39370||25 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Express Cruiser||$6,500|
|I bought this 1955 Chris Craft Express Cruiser with the intention of restoring her. I do not have enough time to finish the project but believe strongly that it is worthy project and a great boat. The bottom was fiberglassed by the previous owner. I had the hardware rechromed, wiring replaced and converted it from a 6 Volt to 12 volt. The carburetor was rebuilt and new fuel filters have been installed. The boat has always been in fresh water. |
|39369||30 Feet 1995 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout Extended Second Cockpit||$45,000|
|This 30 foot Hacker features the desirable extended second cockpit with walkthrough, which is perfect for entertaining. Low hours and single ownership since nearly new. The boat is also equipped with a bow thruster for easy handling around the dock. She is ready for some cosmetic updates, but in very good structural and mechanical condition. Priced very fairly for a quick sale! |
|39367||21 Feet 1954 Port Carling Seabird||$4,000|
|Well maintained, exterior and interior restored in 80s. Beautiful above waterline, requires work on bottom. Boathouse stored. Red mahogany on oak, even board finish.|
|39364||22 Feet 1951 Greavette Streamliner||$125,000|
|Thus sought after model of Greavette was built and sold Gravenhurst and always stayed on Lake Muskoka, Ontario Canada.
3 owners well kept won 3rd place boat show Gravenhurst Ontario 2016. Great condition.|
|39363||37' Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commander||$17,000|
|She is a 37' "Classic" Chris Craft with twin 280 HP FWC Volvo/Penta engines installed in 2008; each engine has about 725 hours. She has reverse cycle heat/AC and a hard top combined with a convertible soft top. New paint has been applied to most surfaces and much of the bottom has been refastened and seams caulked. New through-hulls were installed spring 2018 for engine coolant intakes, head in and out, and AC intake. Engine oil and transmission fluids were changed, along with oil and fuel filters, in Spring 2018. New impellers were installed Spring 2018.
The V-berth cushions were re-upholstered and the convertible soft top and bow cover were dry cleaned last winter. There is a new sectional sofa in the cabin. The bow tow rail and aft-side hand rails were redone this summer with Cetol stain and gloss and they look great. All systems are in working condition. The boat is in fine mechanical and structural condition. All decks are original teak and in fine condition.
Cruising speed is around 18 MPH, with a max speed of around 30. Fuel tank capacity is around 150 gallons (2 @ 75 gallons port and starboard tanks). There is a 30 amp shore power hookup with one cord. There is also a new Raymarine GPS with Navionics and fish finder. The trim tabs have new motors, actuators and sensors for trim tab positioning. Shed kept, she is an example of a popular classic that is a great family day cruising boat that turns heads wherever you will go.
She is located in Chester, MD.|
|39362||14 Feet DeSilva C-Stock Racing Runabout||$7,950|
|This DeSilva C-Stock Runabout is a proven racing hull that was very competitive in its day. A stable and fast boat, she is powered with a beautifully restored Mercury 30H factory racing engine. The engine was originally campaigned by Wain Trotter and was the 1983 Canadian High Points Champion and the 1983 National Champion. |
|39361||22 Feet 1967 Century Coronado||$16,000|
|1967 Century Coronado, Rare 440 Chrysler, 4 barrel carbs inboard nicely restored classic, with trailer ready to go|
|39360||16 Feet 1953 Grew Outboard||$3,000|
|Built in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Grew boats were well built and Canada's answer to Lyman boats. This example has been in the same family since the 1950's. Serial # CDR 1854. Always well maintained, repainted in 2018. |
|39359||17 Feet 1956 Wittholz Design Sailboat||$15,000|
|This is a 1956 Wittholz Design Sailboat. I have owned the boat for many years and have restored it twice during my tenure. It has a new main sail and an older job that are both in good condition. The inboard 8HP engine runs and starts well. The fittings are bronze and wood. The hull is an oak frame and sitka spruce. The centerboard is about 300 Lbs of Iron and is completed with an oversized rudder. The boat sits comfortably on a single axel trailer which holds the boat well and it tows nicely.|
|39358||17 Feet 1949 Correct Craft Dart||$29,900|
|1949 Correct Craft Dart 17 foot runabout, powered by 112 hp Graymarine w/ Capital 1 A tranny Original Sutton 6 volt bilge pump and Dry soda fire ext.
Updated raw water pump. Boat was repainted in 2000, but all else is original to 1949
Boat is water ready.
|39357||18' Feet 1935 Electro Craft|
|This boat has spent 83 yrs. on Canada Lake, NY. I am the 3rd/5th owner, the boat has a new charger & is powered by 6 -12 volt batteries.|
|39355||18 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Holiday|
|This is a 1962 Chris Craft Holiday measuring 18 feet in length. The boat was purchased for restoration but the project was never completed. What was done was that the a new bottom was installed and all damaged wood was replaced. All parts , seats and windshield are there and in good shape. The boat will require new upholstery and the steering wheel is not correct for the boat. The windshield is in excellent condition. The 327 engine has been rebuilt by a car guy and is strong and ready to go. The C-Hawk trailer was purchased new in 2013 and has been sued only twice and kept inside all of the time when not in use. This is very worthy project and given that the engine and bottom have been done it is a project that could be done without flipping the boat over and getting into an extensive job.|
|39354||15' Feet 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier||$7,500|
|Purchased in 2009, complete restoration in 2010 and 2011. Used sparingly since, primarily at classic boat shows.|
|39353||30 Feet 1991 Hacker Boat Co. Custom Launch||$39,000|
|Hacker Boat Company of Silver Bay, NY (Lake George) built only three of the Custom Launch model, making this a rare entry in the universe of reproduction boats. She is well-designed, elegantly appointed and powered by a hefty Crusader engine. |
|39352||Chrysler Model CM 6 Cylinder Engine||$1,900|
|6 Cylinder Chrysler Model CM engine, the original engine for a 1928 Chris Craft Cadet. Complete less the starter and ready for rebuild. Engine block and internal components have been magnafluxed.|
|39350||18 Feet 1954 Hunter Utility||$25,000|
|Hunter Boats were built in Orillia Ontario and are known for their fine Canadian Craftsmanship. Very few of these boats are known to still exist as they disappeared due to attrition. The owners of this boat have owned and maintained it for 8 years. Floor, engines, exterior hull have been restored. Boat is in excellent condition and ready to run. During their ownership the boat has been restored with a new floor, rebuilt engine, Transmission , and varnish..|
|39349||1952 Ford Marine Engine -- Feet ||$4,000|
|I purchased at a machine sop in prescott arizona they said it came from a museum I bought it for a 1952 ford car and since things have changed for me so i would like to sell it. Thank you|
|39348||20 Feet 1989 Elite Craft||$40,000|
|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.|
|39347||22 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Cadet||$22,500|
|This 1928 Chris Craft triple cockpit runabout has had its hull completely restored and is ready to be finished. Bottom redone, all new decks, hullsides/transom/decks all in fresh stain and varnish. Most of the hardware is present and in rough casting condition. Included with the boat is a Chris Craft 283, 185hp engine which will fit the boat well and move along nicely. |
|39345||21' Feet 1958 Century Coronado||$39,900|
|Complete stem to stern restoration completed in 2014.
Double, no soak 5200 bottom. Documentation back to original owner. All gauges & equipment work correctly. Options include sliding hard top, IVA light, water ski pull ring.|
|39344||1903 28 Feet Canadian Cedar Strip Launch ||$28,000|
The "Long Lake Lady" is a beautiful 28 ft. open launch with 8 ft. beam, built in 1903 in Peterborough, ONT.
On a business trip to Toronto in 1998, owner Chuck Maziasz and son-in-law, Randy Millwood, found the "Lady" in the back of a barn
covered in dust and in pretty bad shape. Deciding it would be a perfect fit on Long Lake, she underwent two years of painstaking restoration under the loving hands of Ken Lavalette of Woodwind Yachts in Nestleton, ONT. Leaving much original as possible, they did change the seating to be more accommadating for passengers. She was launched on Long Lake in the summer of 2000.
The engine was replaced in 2007 with an Atomic 4 engine by Torresen Marine Inc. of Muskegon, MI. The original engine for the boat from 1903 is in excellent condition and has been stored since coming to MI. and is sold with the "Lady".
She was originally used to ferry vacationers to their remote cottages in the islands of Toronto area in the early 1900's. Early pictures depict and canopy top.
The "Lady" now leads the annual 4th of July boat parade around Long Lake, being the only wooden boat. Through the years she has been in several boat shows in Northern MI. and won Best of Show and Boat Owners Choice awards in 2016. She is a beautiful and eye catching picture as she putts down the lake in wonderful northern MI summers.
The "Lady" comes with a custom storage cover and 2 day covers to protect her finish. She tows beautifully on a duel axle trailer, and has been stored in covered in facilities near her home. Yearly refinishing as needed keeps her in beautiful conditon.
|39343||19 Feet 1970 Lyman Utility||$11,500|
|Freshwater only boat. Fully restored. Low (469 )hours. Bimini top with side curtains. Outdrive resealed/gasketed with new water pump in August 2018. Unusually pristine example of a late 60's Lyman. Built 1969 registered as 1970. Engine an Outdrive just serviced (summer 2018) at Shermerhorn's landing on the St. Lawrence River. Engine and Outdrive are in perfect working order. Matching form fitted upholstered seats. Factory paperwork included. Last used August 2018.Indoor storage. Needs nothing and ready to use immediately or store it as is and be the first on the water in the spring
Built in 1968 and first titled in 1970. This Lyman has very low hours and spent most of its life on the inland lakes of Ohio. Only 2 owners since new! She went through a comprehensive restoration between 2006-2012. Completely stripped and refinished, new wiring, new instrument panel, new gauges, new bilge blowers, new bilge pump, new fuel lines & filter, new tilt pump, outdrive boot, etc. Some of the hardware was re-chromed while other pieces were replaced. Trailer completely restored with new paint, wiring, brakes, tires, bushings, etc. This boat is ready to go with life jackets, throw cushion, seat cushions, fire extinguisher, anchor, paddle, boat hook, bimini top, mooring cover, dock lines. Equipped with twin 12 gallon saddle tanks. Needs nothing but a new captain!|
|39342||19 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Runabout||$42,000|
|Dee-Wite boats were expertly built by the Dwight Lumber Company of Detroit, MI between 1929 and 1935. This 1931 19 foot example has been comprehensively restored. New bottom, all original hardware sourced, modern V6 power. A very classic split-cockpit runabout and only 50 hours of runtime since completed. |
|39341||27 Feet 1929 Ditchburn Viking||$325,000|
|Great running hull made by the Ditchburn Boat Company and synonymous with fine Canadian Craftsmanship. It has been in the same Family for 35 years and has been well cared for Summers and Winter during that time. The chrome and upholstery are in excellent shape and it is believed that the boat will survey |
|39340||16 Feet 1954 Penn Yan||$7,500|
|Fully-restored boat and outboard motor. Price includes galvanized Cox trailer and mooring cover. The Sealiner is 16 feet long with cedar deck and all original hardware. The motor is original 1954, electric start, 25 hp Johnson outboard. Ready to run. Award winner - best preserved boat and outboard at the 2018 Skaneateles boat show and best Penn Yan and preserved motor at the 2016 Wine Country boat show.|
|39339||26 Feet 1930 Hacker Designed triple cockpit Runabout Built by Hutchinson||$99,500|
|1930, 26 ft. Triple Cockpit Runabout, designed by John Hacker and custom-built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, NY. The Honduras mahogany deck and side planks are cut book-match so that the grain is mirrored from the king-plank to the covering boards and down the sides. A 5200 new bottom was installed using Hacker’s original design, with double planked Honduras mahogany at 45 degrees on the inner hull and fore to aft on the outer planks. The bottom has new stringers made of vertical grain Douglas fir and new frames, chines, battens, knees and a new keel, forefoot and stem. The hull and decks were stripped to bare wood and newly stained to the original color. The sides and deck are original wood and fastened with the original cooper roves (sides) and bronze screws (deck). The gas tank is new. The original interior gauges were cleaned and refurbished to exact working order. The interior leather, to match the original shade and texture, was replaced. The engine, a 1957 Chrysler Hemi 325 HP was completely rebuilt. The cylinders were re-bored and the rods, etc. were replaced with state of the art equipment. A MSD electronic ignition was installed. Since rebuild the engine has less than 50hrs. The OTHER WOMAN, first named “Kit” is in excellent condition, and has maintained its antique status. She has won many awards, most recently Best Hutchinson and People’s Choice at the Antique Boat Museum’s 52nd Annual Boat Show. She has also been featured in numerous magazine articles and books, including a book by James Barry called “Hackercraft” first published in 2002. Original documentation on this boat is available, including the first registration, early pictures, restoration work pictures, engine re-built pictures, etc. |
|39338||22 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$10,000|
|This is a good original 1958 22 Foot Sea Skiff. It has the original "M" engine which is also in good running order. It has a full mooring cover, a tonneau cover and many extras. |
|39337||17 Feet 1955 Century Sea Maid||$15,000|
|Refurbished 30+ years, always stored indoors. Since being refurbished, needs some TLC.|
|39336||22 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$10,000|
|Great 1958 22’ Chris Craft Sea Skiff with original model M engine that runs strong. Chris Craft built 1,500 of these 22 foot Sea Skiffs between 1954-1959, with the model M being the largest 6 cylinder option available. Dual axle trailer that works for the boat. Has a newer convertible cover, also full mooring cover. Restored in 1998, then kept in heated storage. Attractive blue hull color. Kept in heated storage during winters now. |
|39335||27 Feet 1964 RivaAquarama||$475,000|
|This is the first Aquarama to enter the U.S market as the 1964 New York Boat Show Boat.
2 owners since new with all original documentation.
Only test hours since complete restoration by a qualified Riva Restorer.
|39333||19 Feet 1999 Chris Craft Blue & White Racer Reproduction||$24,900|
|Excellent user boat and fast as well. No varnishing except for inside front cockpit (dash and ceiling boards). Cold molded with fiberglass layer for abrasion on the bottom. Algrip paint on deck and topsides. Just go "Boating" and watch people give you "Thumbs Up" admiration. That has been my experience behind the wheel of this boat.|
|39332||26 Feet 1918 L. E. Fry Launch||$25,000|
|Fully-restored, beautifully-maintained, Clayton, NY-built L. E. Fry launch starting her second hundred years. She is quite rare as there are very few Frys left. She’s 26’ long and 5’ beam with varnished cedar hull and mahogany decks and furniture, plus two sets of upholstery - one horsehair-filled and one with more comfortable foam-filled cushions. Repowered with 60 HP Gray 620. Perennial award winner including Best of Show at Buffalo. Current owner has had her since 1981 and it’s time for someone else to enjoy her. Package includes a Loadmaster trailer for over-the-road hauling and a second double-axle trailer for storage.|
|39331||19' Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental||$4,800|
|2nd owner, solid boat, needs refinishing. All original except for vinyl. small rot on right top gunnel. Stored with cover 10 yrs. Copy of CC Hull ID.|
|39330||15 Feet 8 inches Feet 1960 Penn Yan Baltic|
|Purchased in 1992 and at that time the boat needed a lot of work. Eventually I started the repair work and steamed bent all of the ribs and replaced them on eat a time. I then replaced the deck and misc. other trims with solid mahogany.|
|39328||17 Feet 1970 Chris Craft Lancer||$5,000|
|The Chris Craft Lancer 17 footer was a popular model and was built from 1969 through to and including 1977. In 1970 a total of only 87 of these units were built including this boat. This model was a great hull design and handled all types of water very well. This boat has been used here in the 1000 Islands and appears to have been fairly well maintained and is now ready for a new owner. Been repowered with a Mercruiser 5.0 V8 230 HP with an Alpha One Outdrive|
|39327||16 Feet 1955 Century Resorter||$4,500|
|Priced to sell as owner is moving. Stored in a garage for 40 years. No exposure to sun or the elements. The boat was run until 1978 and then stored away. The hull is in vey good condition. No dry rot in the boat at all. Engine has not been run since 1978 but was stored away properly. |
|39326||14' Feet 1958 Dorsett Outboard||$7,500|
|This 1958 Dorsett Runabout is rare and unique boat from the Raymond Loewy design years (1957- 1959). Loewy was renowned as the "father of industrial engineering" and the designer of the Studebaker Avanti. All original and very well preserved. Reconstructed and reupholstered seats. Red and white gel coat is unique and unusual in an era of orange, green and yellow boats. Gel coat is very good for it's age and rubs out nicely.Engine recently gone through (cost of $700) and runs perfectly. Internal 10-gallon gas tank with external filler.|
|39325||24 Feet 2003 Hacker Craft Double Extended Cockpit||$69,000|
|39323||19 Feet 1958 Lyman Islander ||$2,900|
|Here's a decent-condition Lyman Islander that will make a great project boat for your garage or workshop this winter. At least one plank needs to be replaced, the decks have some lamination and varnish problems, and the engine needs attention, but she's otherwise intact with good wood and all her hardware.|
|39322||17 Feet 1962 ThompsonSea Lancer||$12,500|
|Second owner. I have had this boat for over 30 years. Used very little, Always kept indoors. Completely redone over the last three years. Fiber glassed the bottom, new floor boards, new fuel system with built in tank, new electrical with circuit breakers, ON/Off switch, new upholstery to match original, new top, mooring cover, mechanical steering, bilge pump, optional back seat, paint and varnish. I had a Mercury mechanic go through the engine, runs well and looks better than new. The trailer is old and marginal. This boat runs well and turns every head at the lake.|
|39321||32 Feet 1956 Hubert Johnson||$69,000|
|This beautiful picnic/fishing boat has been completely restored and refinished at St Lawrence Restoration in Clayton, NY. Has the original 1956 Chrysler Crown 115hp twin gas inboard engines. Cruises at a comfortable 17 mph with max speed around 24 mph. Boat has a new canvas top, galley with working sink, ice box, table with bench seating and bathroom. Also included are GPS, compass, trim tabs, life jackets, throw cushions, fenders, lines, boat hook, distress flag. flare kit, 110 shore power and cord, bilge blower, batteries, dual battery switch, battery charger, thru hull exhaust and sea cocks.|
|39320||16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$19,500|
|This Boat was restored 5 years ago, and since has all instruments restored by Koscian Instruments. Further the boat was rewired and modified to a 12 volt system. We have owned this boat for 4 years and has been stored in our boat house on 4th lake in the Adirondacks. We have the original bill of sale. The boat was stored in a dry dock condition for 17 years prior to our purchase. This boat is in very good condition and comes with a EZ Loader trailer and original cover. All original components including the front flag & post along with the bumble bee stern light & post.|
|39319||21 Feet 1986 Century Coronado||$28,750|
|Great condition mid-80s "fiberglassic" Coronado with a big Crusader 454 for waterskiing, tubing, wakeboarding or just cruising around with 7-8 guests onboard. Clean interior is in terrific shape with like-new upholstery and a clean instrument panel. Comes atop a solid, tandem-axle Malibu trailer.|
|39315||-- Feet early 1900's skiff chair||$400|
|Eraly 1900's skiff chair in lovely condition. wood is nicely finished and the wicker has been all redone and looks really nice. |
|39314||23 Feet 1957 Lyman Utility||$14,900|
|This boat has been on the St. Lawrence River in the Thousand Islsnds since she was delivered from the Sandusky, OH boat works in 1957. Always stored inside in the winter, she is 90% original and in great structural condition. In the past 10 years she's received a new Crusader engine, beautiful new transom, complete new windshield framing and glass, gas tank, engine box and three (3) bottom planks, plus deck work and a complete rewiring of the electrical system. A great river or small lake boat at an attractive price.|
|39313||26 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$6,900|
|This 26' Chris Craft flat deck triple cockpit runabout is a great restoration project that appears to be complete with hardware. Topside wood appears to be in very fair condition, original bottom, some hullside planking replaced. There is no engine with the boat, so power options are completely open to the next owner. This is a good solid candidate that has had quite a bit of the hard work completed. |
|39312||20 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Runabout||$9,500|
|Chris Craft built 291 of the 20 foot Model-100 Triple Cockpit Runabouts between 1929 and 1930. This is a very special example, bearing hull ID #7000, indicating that it is the prototype model for 1930. She has a very well documented history and has had much of the major woodworking completed. All of the original hardware is present and most of it has been rechromed. The original Chrysler KM engine is present and complete. |
|39311||25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman||$59,000|
|Chris Craft only built 208 of the 25 foot Sportsman models between 1946 and 1950. These examples have a very stylish sheerline and are very attractive utilities. This Sportsman has been in the same family for over 40 years and is a true survivor. Recently refinished by her owner. With some finishing touches, she can be put back together and used or taken to the next level by an ambitious restorer. Complete with all hardware and well stored over the years.|
|39310||24 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Sportsman||$33,500|
|Chris-Craft made just 38 of the 24' Sportsman model, and this is a remarkable example. Complete professional restoration completed within last 12 years by Runabout Restorations in Wolfeboro, NH (Lake Winnipesaukee). Original 283 V8 Chevy engine with less than 50 hours since rebuild. Original bottom that is tight and boat has been in the water each year. All new upholstery and three more coats of varnish in 2016. In 2017-18, sixteen (16) new sideplanks were installed, the decks and sides were stripped, re-caulked and re-varnished, and the bottom was repainted as well by a professional shop in the Finger Lakes of New York. This is a great boat for any type of water. Passengers will always stay dry and will easily accommodate 8 to 10 people.
|39309||23 Feet 1953 Grew Jolly Giant||$30,000|
|This Grew Jolly Giant is a Canadian built boat made of Mahogany sides and bottom and built in Penetanguishene, Ontario. The company built these for only 10 years and built usually about 10 per year. The boat is powered by a Buchanan 283 engine and has a new gas tank and a new carb kit, Survey done in 2017 and boat has not been in the water since. No trailer come with the boat but transport could be arranged.|
|39307||24 Feet 1933 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout||$32,000|
|This is a very rare 24 Foot Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout design by accliamed 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.|
|39306||15’ Feet 1958 MacBayOutboard||$25,000|
|We have been told that this possibly the only remaining MacBay outboard left. Built in Holland Michigan in 1958. The boat was beautifully restored about 20 years ago and only used once since. The hull is plywood and it’s Powered by a
30hp vintage Johnson. It sits on a nice trailer with
good tires. The engine has not been run in several years but does turnover. Selling due to health reasons. Comes with a nice cover too. |
|39302||16 Feet 1957 Lyman Outboard||$6,500|
|Nice Lyman outboard with all original equipment and accessories intact, including custom Lyman canvas top and side curtains, hog-and-horsehair cushions, Evinrude 35 HP engine and instrumentation. Two-owner boat was originally in the Finger Lakes (New York) and most recently in the Thousand Islands on the St. Lawrence River. Restored in 2006 with several planks replaced and fresh coats of paint and varnish, she was run sparingly after the restoration and has been in storage since 2010.|
|39301||16' Feet 1947 Garwood Ensign||$25,000|
|Own with pride a piece of History. This 1947 Gar Wood Ensign Deluxe was the last one built in 1947 before the company closed it's doors. A Classic beautifully maintained boat with the original Chrysler Crown engine, 115 HP, original chrome fittings, upholstery holding true to the original design, and original production certificates to verify authenticity. I have owned the boat since 2013 and it has ben used primarily on a fresh water lake in California. For medical reason my boating career must end. The engine on this boat was rebuilt in the 1990's but with low hours the compression tests are superb and she runs smooth and strong. Top speed is 37 MPH. The bottom was replaced with a 5200 bottom circa 1990's and repainted last year. The fuel pump was rebuilt ion 2017 and included in the sale are all of the original operating manuals and engine maintenance and repair manuals. The trailer builder is unknown but it has been refurbished and serves the boat reliably.|
|39300||19 Feet 1972 Chris Craft XK-19||$14,500|
|This is one of only 276 Chris Craft XK-19's that were ever made and designed by famed boat designer Jim Wynne who was hired by Chris Craft to allow Chris Craft to compete with Donzi in the 1970's. This boat has a rebuilt outdrive and is very original and correct. Trailer is sold with bill of sale only. The Hull is solid and has no structural concerns. Gel Coat has faded over the years but could be brought back with minimal work. The only issues for the new owner would be with upholstery which is cracked in many spots and will need to be replaced. This is a great chance to get into a classic fiberglass boat. |
|39298||22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman||$8,000|
|Boat delivered by railroad in Clayton for 1st owner (1947-67); 2d owner (1967-88): Current owner since 1988. Engine rebuilt 1989. Vessel constructed with mahogany deck and transom, cedar planked on white oak ribs/painted hull and double planked bottom. Boat only used Lake Ontario and St Lawrence River. Dual axle homemade trailer included and has been used for storage and local launching here in Clayton. Copy of original bill and Chris Craft specs available. Home built trailer is sold on a bill of sale only. |
|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. |
|39293||16.5 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Rocket|| |
|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 Feet 1965 Century Raven ||$10,000|
|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 and runs fast and smooth on rough water (as a lap strake boat should). Priced right for sale this year and could be used and enjoyed immediately. All Paint and Brightwork is nice. |
|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! |
|39290||20' Feet 1968 Chris Craft Grand Prix ||$49,900|
|This is a 9/10 boat, completely restored in late 90's, and subsequently re-varnished bi-yearly thereafter. My father can no longer care for this boat, that is the only reason for selling. He is the third owner, with the boat being kept on Lake Gage in northern Indiana her entire life. Feel free to call with any questions. |
|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! |
|39277||21’ Feet 1954-56 Glaspar||8500.00 or best |
|80% restored using fiberboard for stringers ,floor and transom .All new two tone original color gelcoat . Call or email for more info |
|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! |
|39273||12 Feet 1955 Penn Yan||$2,700|
|Professionally fiberglassed and professionally restored. Woodwork perfect. Excellent condition. Serial # intact. Always stored indoors.|
|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.
|39253||22" Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$66,000|
|This Chris Craft Triple Cockpit is believed to be the last one made. The current owner has owned the boat since 1990. The boat has a West System bottom installed and also around the same time it had a Crusader 350 engine. The seat cushions and upholstery have been replaced and are in very good condition. |
|39252||26 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$115,000|
|The 26' Chris Craft was restored in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. The gauges were done by Clawson Instruments are all in good working order. The boat is also equipped with a bow thruster to assist in docking in windy or challenging conditions. New gas tank, hopped up exhaust systems and all the chrome is great condition. The boat does not leak a drop but has not been in the water since 2015.|
|39251||36 Feet 1986 Grand Banks Classic||$89,000|
|This Grand Banks is a full time freshwater boat here on Lake Ontario. It has distinctive teak trim transom and rails, bow and a large deck house. It has been well maintained and is a great blue water cruiser. It is well equipped for extended Cruising. It offers the classic Grand Banks styling and legendary quality and a well proven design. It offers a spacious layout with two staterooms and private heads so that the owners can accommodate guests or children. The "Classics" offer a lower helm station as well as a fly bridge. The boat has low hours and is tidy in appearance throughout with only minor general and ongoing maintenance to attend to such as wood varnishing.|
|39250||16 Feet 1920 Port Carling Waterford Dispro||$10,500|
|This 1920 Disappearing Propeller boat is a beautiful survivor that maintains nearly all original wood. She has been nicely restored and is a very rare "Waterford" model that is 16 feet overall. These early examples are very rare and this boat is a true time capsule. Would be a great boat for exploring uncharted areas or putting around at cocktail hour. |
|39249||20 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sportsman||$32,000|
|This Chris Craft Sportsman 20 footer has been nicely restored and upgraded with a 350 cid Chris Craft conversion V8 engine. She features a no soak 5200 bottom and replaced transom. The ceilings were removed in 2016, stripped, and refinished. The flooring was also replaced with original style Nautolex at this time. Only 152 of the 20 foot Sportsmans were built between 1957 and 1959, and the tango red interior was only offered for 1958 and 1959. This is a very practical classic that is ready to enjoy!|
|39248||19 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$44,995|
|Full restored boat with replaced bottom and rebuilt engine. The boat has had very little use since restoration. The boat is currently in Show Condition. Comes on a custom C-Hawk trailer that was built for the boat. Also has a full waterline cover.|
|39247||22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman||$29,900|
|Vintage Marine installed the new bottom.
Engine rebuilt by Van Ness - awesome running engine. 158hp Chrysler
New Transom but decks, hull sides, dash & ceiling are original.
(Boat qualifies for preserved judging)
-New Rub rails, (Pat Powell instruments), new gas tank and wiring.
-New custom made cover
Awards - Clayton, Lake Hopatcong, Smith Mountain, Southern New England and Essex twice.
|39246||17 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$18,500|
|One of the most popular 17' Chris Craft models produced following WWII. Chris Craft produced 1880 Deluxe Runabouts between 1946 and 1950. This 1947 model is a very nice user boat that was restored by her currently owner in recent years. She was rescued in a derelict state and received all new decks, new chrome, a full refinish, rebuilt Chris Craft Model-B engine, new aluminum fuel tank, and a very nice interior with correct Kapok cushions. She is offered at a very fair price and is the perfect entry level classic. |
|39241||18 Feet 1953 Mandella||$19,000|
|Original owner. My wife's father bought the hull in 1953 direct from Mandella. It has a Glenwood V-Drive with a 390 with app 3 hours on it. We have a lot of photos and a book of what the boat has been through during ownership and restoration. We had it restored about 10 years ago including rebuilding the engine. We also have original Mandella decals. It is in beautiful condition.|
|39240||19 Feet 1980 Cobalt Bow Rider||$7,500|
| This single-owner Cobalt has always been used in freshwater. Mercruiser power, teak steering wheel, depth/fish finder, ski mirror, bimini top, new prop and lower unit. Engine recently tuned. All original upholstery in great condition. Turnkey classic 80s Cobalt ready to go for a boat ride! |
|39239||28'6 Feet 1999 Hugh Saint Custom Picnic Launch||$130,000|
|The current owner has owned the boat for the last 19 years and has toured it from the Muskoka region to the Bahamas and most of the major rivers in the Eastern USA. Designed by marine architect Charles Jannace and built by Hugh Saint in 1999. She has a top speed of 44mph and cruises very comfortably at 24mph. The picnic launch design is exceptional for entertaining guests and she is equipped with facilities, a large built-in ice box, picnic table, microwave, sink, and a fresh water shower on the transom. Cold molded construction, Honduras mahogany decks. She has a 454cid Mercruiser engine coupled to a new Bravo-3 outdrive. Equipped with a bow thruster for easy docking. Halon automatic fire extinguisher system, 70 gal. fuel capacity. This beauty needs nothing and is ready for her next adventure! |
|39237||19 Feet 2015 Chris Craft Special Race Boat Reproduction||$34,000|
|This reproduction Special Racer was expertly built by Vintage Craft in 2015. Only 51 of the original Chris Craft boats were ever built between 1936-1937. This example is nicely finished with correct hardware and the original style blue & white color scheme. Full cold-molded construction, built from the Chris Craft lines. Only 38 hours of use on the Indmar 350hp V8 engine! |
|39234||17 Feet 1968 Century Resorter||$5,999|
|Hull refinished and refastened with silicon bronze screws in 2014. Soft spot in frame repaired and impregnated with CPES. Original bottom. Engine refurbished 2014 and runs well. Good trailer. Used last summer for skiing. Original upholstery is worn but usable. Replacement engine box needs upholstery as well. All lights and gauges work except fuel level.|
|39228||22 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$5,000|
|This is a post-war all mahogany boat. The current owner purchased the boat in Denver Colorado in 1982. The boat was originally delivered to Mankato, Minnesota. The entire boat has been stripped down to the chine by sanding. The boat is on a cradle on a partially completed factory/home built trailer. The floor boards of the boat have been removed. The boat has been stored in a dry garage in Colorado since 1986. The sale includes a set of 6 wobble roller boat supports [see photo]. A new bow stop is also included. All chrome and stainless trim has been removed and is complete [see photos]. The fuel was siphoned from the original tank in 1986.The original Hercules M engine is in the boat and had 2oz of motor oil placed in each cylinder via the spark plug holes and the engine was turned over with the starter to distribute the oil to the cylinder walls and the rings. The spark plugs were replaced and the engine has been in storage in the boat since 1986. A 6 inch diameter, 14 inch high Ivalite spotlight is included. The spotlight was on the boat when purchased, but was not shown on the hull card for this boat. The spotlight rotates freely, but the up and down motion is stuck. The spotlight will require parts and repair to be fully functional. |
|39226||18 Feet 1956 Port Carling SeaBird||$2,500|
|Port Carling SeaBird that runs well but needs attention - some varnish, some paint and a replacement plank or two. Always kept in a boathouse with a custom-fitted cover. Engine valves set plus a new head gasket. New rudder. |
|39223||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$28,000|
|Total restoration completed in June 2018 from a nearly bare-wood condition. There is a new West System "no-soak" bottom including frames and chine, new sides, new decks and beautiful new red upholstery. New gas tank. This boat is remarkable and is in show condition. It features the original, larger, 131HP Chris Craft KBL engine which has been converted to a single carburetor intake. The triple carburetor deck intake is available. The KBL was torn down and repaired in the early ‘80s and was in good running order when the boat was laid up in 2008. It was recently cleaned, painted and underwent a major tune-up. It runs well and will move the boat nicely. Bow and stern poles included with correct Chris Craft pennant and ensign. Sea trials are available. Make an offer!|
|39222||16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$8,000|
|This boat was purchased in West Seneca, N.Y. in 1982. Boat had been restored prior to 1982 with new upholstery. Original Hercules B engine was replaced with a Hercules K engine during this previous restoration. The hull number is 57254. The boat was last in the water in 1986 and sealed adequately with a caulked bottom. The boat has been stored in an unheated garage in Colorado since 1986. The boat was damaged by hail in 1986 and needs a new deck. Sale of boat will include approximately 75 board feet of African mahogany [Sapele] for deck replacement. All chrome and stainless trim has been removed for anticipated deck replacement. The boat hull will need to be stripped, stained and varnished. Two hull boards about 6 feet long on the front port side will need to be replaced due to inadequate repairs during original restoration. The transom was replaced with a one piece mahogany board in 1986 but has cracked across the width of the boat over the many years. It will require replacement. These are shown in the photos. The Fuel was siphoned from original tank when boat was placed in storage in 1986. The engine cylinders were protected by placing 2 oz of motor oil in each cylinder and then turning the engine over with the starter to distribute the oil to the cylinders and rings. The engine has been in storage in the boat since 1986. All the chrome and stainless trim is included with the exception of the rear lifting ring which is currently lost. Front navigation light is included, but is not shown in the pictures. The engine number is K23094. A used 10 inch high, 6 inches diameter, dash control Ivolite spotlight is available for $300, but will need some work to be operational. The original boat cover, which is canvas, is included, but was damaged during the hail storm. |
|39221||22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Holiday ||$28,000|
|It was restored 1991-2003. It has a west system bottom, new deck, partial planking, rebuilt motor, marnolium flooring, interior cushions reupholstered, chrome is re chromed.
minimal use since restored. Always stored inside. Full travel cover.
|39220||12 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Cartopper||$2,000|
|This boat had been stored inside there loft of a garage for over 40 years. My neighbor bought the house, and gave it to me. I did some shoveling snow for him over the years, and he gave it to me. I have the original oars, and a set of paddles that looks like they came with it too. A they have metal pretty trim on the end, and also have the original regular boat paddle that came with it. I say that because it's the same color.|
|39218||24 Feet 1925 Ditchburn Launch||$125,000|
|This 25 Foot Ditchburn Launch was founder 30 years ago on an Island in Georgian Bay (off of Port Huron) and we had it rebuilt in Gravenhurst. During the restoration process I drove from Toronto to Gravenhurst throughout the winter to see the refurbishing process. The boat was completed and has been with us ever since and is stored in our Island Boathouse year round. The boat has been operated every summer without any mechanical issues.
A few years ago the stern of the boat was revarnished due to the sun fading as well as repainting the bottom of the boat. We are unaware of the boat needing any work at the current time and consider it to be in excellent condition.|
|39217||30 Feet 1989 Hugh Saint Triple Cockpit Runabout||$119,000|
|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.
|39216||17 Feet 1965 Grady White Pamlico||$6,000|
|We purchased this boat in 1966. Her first owner only had her for 1 1/2 boating season. She's never been restored as she has always been maintained and keep stored during the off seasons. Her original outboard was replaced with her current 1984 75 HP Evinrude. She has been presented several times at the Mystic Antique Wood Boat Show and the Vintage Treasures Boat Show in Essex. Both in CT. |
|39215||10' Feet 1937 Dyer Dink||$5,000|
|Beautifully restored 1937 Dyer Dinghy with original hardware, sail and new oars. Mahogany lapstreak planked. A wonderful classic sailboat and a great tender that will capture everyone's attention.|