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Auction boat list: 35 boats in auction
  IDBoat DescriptionPrice (USD)Picture
3929416 Feet 1947 Chris Craft RocketGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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
3929222.0 Feet 1965 CenturyRaven Going to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3928815' Feet 1984 West Wight Potter SailboatGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3928715' Feet Late 60s - early 70s Whitby Albacore SailboatGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3928640' Feet 1894 Gas Engine & Power Company Glass Cabin Launch Going to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3928517' Feet 1959 Lyman OutboardGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3928427' Feet 1969 Lyman CruisetteGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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 MagazinesGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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 MagazinesGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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 MagazinesGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3927915 Feet 1940's St. Lawrence Ladies SkiffGoing to auction Aug 4th
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 OutboardGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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
39275-- Feet 1980-1985 A set of Wooden Boat Magazines fromGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3927222' Feet 2004 Lakeland Boatworks Isle Royale Going to auction Aug 4th
39271Lareg Scale Steamship Wooden Boat ModelGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
3926015 Feet 1969 Penn Yan Outboard - No EngineGoing to auction Aug 4th 
3925812' Feet 1955 Barbour Open UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th 
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.
39256A selection of Wooden Boat MagazinesGoing to auction Aug 4th 
Being offered is a selection of Wooden Boat Magazines from 1974 through to 1980. These are in excellent condition and have been well preserved over the years. These magazines are from the Bill Bartoo Collection and are being offered at No Reserve.
39255 Feet Set of Wooden Boat MagazinesGoing to auction Aug 4th 
Being offered are the complete set s of Wooden Boat Magazines from the years, 2004 through to and including 2008. This 5 year complete collection are all in excellent condition and are being offered at NO Reserve from the Bill Bartoo Collection.
39254 Feet Set of Wooden Boat MagazinesGoing to auction Aug 4th 
This lot consists of a complete set of Wooden Boat Magazines for the years, 1997 through to and including 2002. The collection is in excellent condition and being sold from the Bill Bartoo Collection at NO Reserve.
39244Sets of Wooden Boat Magazines from the Years Going to auction Aug 4th 
This lot is a complete set of Wooden Boat Magazines from the years 1990, 1991, 1992 , 1994, 1995, 1996,. These magazines are all in excellent condition and great for any collector. They are being sold with No Reserve from the Bill Bartoo Collection.
3924321 Feet 1962 Lyman UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th
This 1962 Lyman appears to be a very good user boat that has been well kept. She has been kept by the same owner for many years in Henderson Harbor. The canvas and interior are in exceptional condition and the paint and varnish are quite fair. The original Ford Interceptor engine shows 1600 hours on the meter and has treated the current owner well. She is sold complete with a very nice tandem axle Load Rite trailer. This would be a nice package for the River and it is a manageable size! Offered with No Reserve.
3923832 Feet 1977 Pacemaker Motor Yacht Going to auction Aug 4th
3923611'7" Feet 1946-9 Link Manufacturing Co. LimitedGoing to auction Aug 4th
Boat hull is in good shape. Hardware original. Oars believed to be original. Canvas cover needs repair or replacement.
3923215 Feet 2000 Gheenoe OutboardGoing to auction Aug 4th 
This boat was purchased new in 2000 and has been in the same Family since that time. The boat has been used exclusively in the ST. Lawrence River area but has been used very little. The boat is being sold today and being offered with No Reserve.
3922416 Feet Unknown St. Lawrence SkiffGoing to auction Aug 4th
This St. Lawrence Skiff was restored by well know local restorer Tom Inglehart. It has been in the same Family for 18 years and is no longer being used. As such it is being offered for sale with no reserve here today for Auction.
3921120 Feet 1984 Tiara Going to auction Aug 4th
This Tiara has owned by the current family since 1991 and been run always in the cool, freshwater of the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River. It is in very good overall condition and has been well maintained. Engine runs well.
3911017 Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Deluxe UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th
This 1939 Chris-Craft Deluxe Utility is but one of 131 ever built and was purchased from a dealer in Walloon, Michigan on June 5, 1939. It was bought by my father as a restoration project and stored inside a heated garage. We are told that the engine has been rebuilt, but it was never started. It does turn over easily by hand. The wood sides and top were professionally restored. All hardware is original but does need to be re-chromed. There is a spotlight and other loose hardware. At this stage of the project needs to be gone over mechanically, wiring replaced and gauges hooked up. I am selling due to declining health and am in need of a garage stall. I inherited the boat and my job does not allow me enough time to use the boat. It is time to pass it along to someone who enjoys the wooden boat legacy.
3847118 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th
One of only 302 Chris Craft utilities built between 1934 and 1936. This model was offered with Deluxe and Standard options, and the Deluxe model featured the folding forward windshield. She is powered by a Chrysler Ace 6cyl engine; the largest available for this boat. Hull is in good condition varnish is very nice and great upholstery. The bottom is original but very tight and has never been caulked and messed with. Will swell up and be trustworthy. This is a nice all-around driver that could be used this season.
3818622 Feet Hutchinson Utility Going to auction Aug 4th
Solid, good condition example of the popular Hutchinson 22 foot Utility. Ready to drop in the water, soak and run. Local minister owned her for 60 years; current owner for 7. Boat has always been used in the clear, cold freshwater of the Thousand Islands and stored in Alexandria Bay, New York. Brightwork needs attention, but otherwise she's ready to go!
3817125 Feet 1915 Speedway Speedabout LaunchGoing to auction Aug 4th
One of only 22 ever built; this boat is a remarkable piece of history. In their day, Speedways were well known for being keen, comfortable and luxurious. With max speeds of 18 mph and seating for six, Speedways were also known for having exceptionally low operating costs and being easy to handle. 'Miami" has been in the hands of the same owner for the past 25 years and has won many awards at various boat shows, the most recent being in 2015, at the annual Antique Boat Show in Clayton, NY where she won the Walter J. Kincaid Memorial Award for 'Outstanding Preserved Historic Launch.” A rebuilt Chris Craft Model B engine was installed in boat approximately 5 years ago.
3761522 Feet 1957 Hutchinson UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th
This Hutchinson is one of the very LAST Hutchinsons built by the famed 1000 Islands builder. It was delivered to the President of Hutchinson at that time. It has only been in three families since new. Most recently the boat was being enjoyed on Lake Geneva but it has come back to the 1000 Islands in the hope of finding a new home. The boat is in overall good condition structurally , good upholstery and great chrome. The boat will make a great addition to your boating family and comes on a great Loadmaster trailer. The engine runs strong and is also in great shape.
3678317 Feet 1964 Penbo Outboard UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th
This is rare 17' Penbo Utility, built by Penobscot Boat Works in Rockport, Maine. This boat is ready to go and needs nothing except a new owner. The hull is sound and all paint and varnish is in nice condition. A refresher coat of varnish would make this boat really shine, but she shows well as-is. Boat will come with a full mooring cover, 3 fenders and 3 dock lines, telescoping boat hook, anchor and rode, 500 gph Rule bilge pump, 4 USCG approved PFDs, complete set of comfortabe zippered cushions and a matching convertible top. the custom built trailer is constructed of 5 inch channel iron rails whichn was recently painted, the tires are near new and the lights replaced in 2014. The boat was in the water running in 2013 and has been stored indoors under the mooring cover ever since. An easy boat to use and move around in.
3080618 Feet 1958 Lyman UtilityGoing to auction Aug 4th
She is no looker but if you are looking for a nice running, sound lyman then is worth your time. New gas tank, modern engine and good upholstery. Two coats of varnish and a coat of paint and you"'ll have a nice, reliable boat.
2793415 Feet 1950's J.H. Ross Cedar StripGoing to auction Aug 4th
Nice Canadian built boat with the original oars (label still on them). Could use some cosmetics, but otherwise sound. Always stored indoors.
 
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