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|31844||1927 Chrysler EM 100hp Engine||$7,500|
|Chrysler Model EM 6 cylinder 100 HP removed from a 1927 Chris Craft Cadet hull # 1211. Spins freely, needs manifold, otherwise complete.|
|31301|| Feet 1964 Chrysler M-80 Engine||$10,000|
|This 1964 Chrysler 177 HP M-80 engine is ready and waiting for a full rebuild and can be fitted up and painted for install into a Riva or boat of your choice. The price includes full rebuild, appropriate stickers, correct repainting and delivery anywhere in the Eastern part of the country.|
|30288|| Feet 1969 Ford Engine 265 HP||$5,250|
390/427 marine engine reverse rotation
390 pieces: block, pistons rings bearings heads, and intake
427 pieces: crank, cam, and rods
Cam specs: 258 degrees duration .476” lift and 112 degrees overlap
Cast iron oil pan with cooler
Electric water pump drive
Mallory distributor with petronix ignition and Accel coil
Holley 750 carb electric coke and vacuum secondaries
Nicson Aluminum timing cover, exhaust manifolds, and bell housing.
Rebuilt starter ccw rotation
The engine is fresh with 30 minutes of break in at 2200 rpm with 11 quarts of Brad Penn break in oil.
Engine runs great and will fit in various boats.|
|36498||14 Feet 1993 Sarnia Wooden Boats Sailboat||$5,400|
|This is a 1993 White Hull Sprit Rigged Sail Boat with Oars and oar locks. She has a drop keel. She was built for Tom Richards of Port Lambton. Just revarnished, painted bilge, boot stripe and bottom paint Sail made by Boston sail. Comes with trailer.
|36521||Lozier 5 HP Engine||$5,900|
|A very rare 5 HP Lozier Engine with all of the markings and name plate confirming as such. A great piece for your launch or collection.|
|31777||-- Feet 1925 Dodge Brothers Marine Engine||$6,000|
|They don't get any rarer than this, a four cylinder marine engine made by the Dodge Bros. It is not known what boat this came out of but this is the same block that Dodge used in their 1926 cars and was adapted for marine use. The engine is intact but does not turn over. A truly unique engine that should be is someones collection.|
|37252||1955-1957 Feet Chrysler Marine Hemi Engine||$7,000|
|This 1950s 270ci m44s Chrysler marine hemi was removed from a vintage Chris-craft runabout with only 40hrs on a rebuild.they made them from 1955-1957. Everything on this engine is gear drive like an aircraft engine. It is complete with trans in excellent running order. This is a left hand solid lifter engine.You can see a video of this exact engine running on YouTube if you Google 1950s 270 cubic inch marine hemi. It comes with lots of spares like tach and tach drive, exhaust manifold, distributer,water pump,manuals and paperwork and more. why spend $7000 to rebuild one when you can just drop this one in and go.|
|37357||10 Feet Indigenous Birch Bark Canoe||$8,000|
|Beautifully hand crafted in Quebec.
Excellent condition. Always stored indoors. Only water tested. 10ft
Perfect for home, cottage, cabin or chalet decor. A beautiful show piece.
|37456||10 Feet 1900 Birch Bark Canoe||$10,000|
|A historic birch bark canoe. These lightweight, wide, and short primitive canoes are exceptionally nimble and easy for one person to portage. They were ideal for trapping, fishing, and short distance travel with a small amount of gear. This is a beautifully preserved display piece that will make a great addition to your cabin or camp! |
|37115||10 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|You are looking at a tidy 10 foot Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe which was built using the traditional methods in 2003. The owner/ builder used it sparingly for one season and then hung it up in his home as a display piece. It is now being offered for sale and would be awesome either in the water or on display due to its size. Delivery for this can be arranged by Antique Boat America. |
|37985||10'6" Feet 1966 Peterborough/ Richardson Sailing Skiff||$5,500|
|Rare find, never sailed, museum stored for the last 50 years. 1930 design cedar strip sailing dinghy originally built by Lakefield Canoe Company in Ontario Canada . Through years of ownership change a short run of these fine craft were produced in 1965-66|
|38121||12 Feet 1985 Sea Racer O/B Runabout||$7,500|
|12 foot Sea Racer completely restored Livorsi gauges red with chrome bezzles JL audio stereo all white paint put what ever graffics you want 2010 Mercury 4 stroke engine This boat went through a complete restoration. Fun boat to get on the water and play with. |
|36472||12 Feet Janz C-Class Outboard Hydroplane||$5,400|
|A traditional "shovel nose" outboard hydroplane. This little beauty was built in the Mid-west by the well known Janz Company....powered by a fully rebuilt Mercury 30H engine, restored by outboard specialist Jim Hauer. Deck is covered in Ceconite, a special aircraft material.|
|38001||12' Sailing Skiff Feet c. 1935 Peterborough (Canada)||$8,500|
|This is a fully restored Peterborough sailing skiff, made probably in the 1930s. You can find it in the reprint of the Peterborough catalog by Roger MacGregor in 1995, on page 35 with the specification chart on page 51. New sail. Complete boat. Restoration was complete in 1991 , sailed a few times for two or three seasons after and stored indoors ever since.|
|30758||13 Feet George Luce Runabout||$8,500|
|This runabout was originally built by notable builder and racer George Luce. It has the lines of a large DeSilva runabout with several modifications and improvements. The boat has been nicely restored and is ready to hit the water with minor rigging. Engine is a Mercury Mark 78 mounted on a Merc 700 tower with Speedmaster gearfoot. The motor also sports stacks with the correct filler block. The boat has a steering wheel and throttle but the engine has not yet been rigged or run since assembly. The boat and engine may be packaged with a trailer or launch cart as desired. Package deal also available for this boat and listing #30757.|
|26800||13 Feet 1956 Aristo Craft Seaflash||$7,900|
|Boat and trailer rebuilt in 2004. The boat is all ready to go and capable of 100 horse motor. The boat is in excellent shape and has new decks and upholstery. The dash is also new. Using the new rack and pinion steering. the hull is yellow and the deck is mahogany. No windshield although the owner has the original windshield brackets. |
|29068||13 Feet 1958 Tomahawk Outboard||$8,000|
|This Tomahawk is in perfect condition and has been nicely restored. The engine as well has been restored and is in very nice looking shape. It was once used for fishing and is adorable.|
|30525||13 Feet 1961 Boston Whaler Outboard||$6,500|
|1961 Boston Whaler for sale: Sport 13 foot runabout. Comes with 1961 Johnson 18 h.p. electric start. Battery, controls, amd depth finder. New custom trailer. All restored to new condition. $6,500.00 for complete outfit. |
|31218||13 Feet 1962 Vanguard Kildonan||$6,000|
|Restored inside out with new paint, floor and fiberglass, foam in floor, wiring, lights, steering system, stereo, seats, cushions, battery, ski pole, removable twin tanks, bilge pump, mahogany installed on boat, polyurethane finished.|
|36794||13'6 Feet 1947 Wagemaker Wolverine Outboard Runabout||$9,900|
|Rare small dual cockpit runabout with windshield. Restored with new cedar replacing original cedar planking. New chrome, fuel tank, and battery. Has running lights, compass, new sunbrella travel cover. Includes original Johnson SeaHorse engine (rough but restorable). Boat is located in Long Lake, MI. |
|36807||14 Feet 1890's Traditional Indian Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|Traditional Indian Made Birch Bark canoe which is estimate to have been built on the late 1890's. It has been in a private collection for many years and amongst an extensive Adirondack collection. The boat is correct, true and original weighing 55 Lbs, 14 feet in length and 40 inches in the beam. It would make a fantastic addition to any collection.|
|37118||14 Feet 1890's American Built Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|This is a traditional Indian made American birch bark canoe belived to be made in the 1890's. The canoe was built in the St. Lawrence County of New York near Watertown, New York. The owner bought the canoe at an Auction about six years ago. It is in good solid shape and appears to have had an old repair done on the bow. These boats are extremely hard to find in original condition and especially ones which have ben made using the traditional methods. Weighs only about 55 Lbs |
|38202||14 Feet 1910 Rushton Iowa Rowing Skiff||$7,500|
|One of the most sought-after builders of canoes and rowing skiffs; Rushtons are known for their detailed construction and beautiful designs. This Iowa model has been dated to 1910. She is completed with period 8 foot galvanized-tip spruce oars, built by H. Morin, Magog , Quebec. $4,000 restoration and refastening completed by NH builder Kevin Martin in 2013. Boathouse kept since, perfectly balanced and rock steady. JH Rushton imprint and bronze NYC department store emblem on bow.|
|30572||14 Feet 1947 Niagara Falls Bicycle Company Cedar Strip Outboard||$6,995|
|Complete package boat, trailer, motor, ORIGINAL CONDITION and ready to enjoy...same family 60+ years, only one of 3 known survivors of 100 produced. Jackets with 1949 stamps, oars, tools, engine stand, bail pail...trapped in time and all original super condition. Lindseed oiled every year. Center steering with left side throttle control, cedar covered bow...wood has that shinny classic look still on bow.|
|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. |
|31798||14 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Challenger||$6,650|
|A true survivor boat. This boat has been lightly used and only had basic maintenance since new. Nothing is rotted or broken and no repairs have been made. Perfect size for a garage restore or an addition to a collection. |
|38159||14 Feet 1954 Larson Double Cockpit ||$8,500|
|Beautifully restored 1954 double cockpit runabout, set up for rear cockpit helm. Interesting transition year boat with red painted fiberglass bottom, integrated trim tabs and cut out for the lower unit of the outboard motor.
The motor ias a 1955 Mercury Mark 55, 40 HP. It was professionally restored and is extremely dependable. It starts and runs beautifully all the time.
The trailer is included with the boat purchase. All registrations and inspections are up to date.|
|37620||14 Feet 1957 Sea Fury Runabout||$5,900|
|Cool little boat. Previous owner used it on the Mississippi. Runs good but only will shift into reverse. I had the boat tuned up a month ago, new plugs, new water pump, everything cleaned up. After the service the boat won't shift into forward, just reverse. Most likely some sort of linkage issue. I haven't had a chance to take it in again but was told that it wasn't anything major. Upholstery and carpet aren't original but they're in nice shape. Has a CD player and 2 speakers. Comes with small trailer. Has working bilge pump and rear "tail lights" on the fins. |
|37150||14 Feet 1957 Penn Yan Sapphire ||$6,495|
|Dual Cockpit, completely restored. Reupholstered with original blue/white scheme. Motor recently serviced. Penn Yan "Triotite" hull design. Original Steering wheel and all chrome plated brass hardware. Ready to cruise!|
|29526||14 Feet 1957 Yellow Jacket Cruisette||$5,500|
|Rare model of Yellow Jacket boats produced in limited quantities. Boat is in nearly original condition with no wood rot holes.|
|37651||14 Feet 1959 Sea Fury Runabout||$8,500|
|A true classic 1950s runabout with jet age automotive style fins. This little runabout really turns heads wherever she goes! Florida built boat is still on the fresh water of Florida lakes. The motor is the original that came with the boat. |
|31208||14 Feet 1968 Alpex / Alumacraft Alora||$7,500|
|It is a 1968, 14 foot Alpex Alora (by Alumacraft). She is completely original including the 33hp Evinrude, Ski Twin. I found her in a barn in North Dakota, where she had been sitting for nearly 25 years. I have the original convertible top as well, but it is the only thing the mice seemed to like... I did paint and update the trailer, but it is the original trailer.|
|27645||14 Feet 1972 Lund||$10,000|| |
|I inherited this boat. Not sure of all the info. |
|36689||14 Feet 1992 Hoffman SST 45 Tunnel Hull Raceboat||$6,900|
|Perfect SST45 rig for the hobbyist or someone looking to get into SST45 racing! This Hoffman hull was built in Norfolk, VA and is known to be a competitive design. Nice shape, recent cosmetics and rigging. Evinrude SST45 factory racing engine runs well. Enclosed cockpit and collapsible sponson tips. |
|28472||14 Feet 2002 Geisler Outboard||$5,600|
|This beatiful boat features a low maintenance fiberglass bottom up to the splash rails. She is equipped with a 35hp Johnson outboard, 2 fuel tanks, a new battery, cover, and a trailer. This boat is priced to sell. The decks have been re-done.|
|29967||14 Feet 2010 Beaver Bark Canoes||$6,800|
|This traditional hand made birch bark canoe was built by the seller in the summer of 2010. Nails and split spruce roots are the fasteners, hand-split northern white was carved with the crooked knife to produce the stempieces, ribs, and planking. Detailed winter-bark etchings scraped into the birch bark, decorate the bark panels below the gunwale.The seams and ends of the canoe still need to be sealed with the traditional pine pitch which will render the canoe water-tight.|
|36567||14 Feet 1956 Wagemaker Wolverine Outboard||$8,600|
|A real classic lakes or bay boat, outboard runabout, increasing in value, ideal tender to a large vessel or used alone, seats 5 persons on 3 bench seats, 100% fully restored, unused, always stored inside, excellent condition, watertight cold- mold hull, newly varnished inside and out, light weight (3-person lift) w/bow and stern handles, Wolverine burgee, w/staff, electric horn, bow and stern lights, fresh bottom paint, 25hp outboard Johnson, w/steering wheel, tank and roadworthy trailer included. |
|36812||14 Feet 1957 Crosby Sportsman Deluxe Runabout||$7,900|
|1957 Crosby 14' Sportsman Deluxe Runabout completely restored over the last 11 years. This classic has dark blue with an old English white for paint and custom maple & walnut slatted floor with two tone interior. Reconditioned Mercury 4 cylinder motor and all new controls. Painted to match the boat. Excellent condition. Trailer included. Over $10,000 invested. Price firm |
|37516||15 Feet 1955 Lyman Outboard||$5,500|
|Restored professionally three years ago in Ohio by a Lyman fan. No rot. Plywood on top of gunnel was replaced last month by professional boat carpenter with Mahogany. It appears that the transom was replaced a few years ago. Minimal maintenance needed. Recently varnished. Previous owner was the service manager of Marine Max in Sandusky Ohio. Motor is a 1956 30hp Evinrude, manual start. In excellent shape but needs the hood to be repainted.
|31030||15 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Cavalier||$10,000|
|This is a true complete original numbers matching Chris Craft Cavalier. |
|28726||15 Feet 1957 MFG Cambridge Model ||$5,800|
|This boat was made by a molded fiberglass company in Ashtabula, Ohio. The actual brand is unknown, but the serial tag dates the boat at 1958. Beautifully restored in 2002.|
|29088||15 Feet 1957 Lakefield Mohawk||$7,500|
|This is a beautiful little Lakefield...all original and very complete. The engine is also in great shape and has been used every summer of it's life. The bottom of the Lakefield has been glassed over and still leaks a little. All wood on this boat is in good shape and everything about this boat is ready to go. What a terrific little lake boat...a Canadian built classic outboard. |
|28467||15 Feet 1957 Bryant Outboard||$8,500|
|Rare one of a kind finned wood/fiberglass runabout. Wood hull, two piece fiberglass top. Built in Seattle Washington by(well known Evinrude distributer at that time). Not to be confused with the modern day Bryant boats this is truly a beautiful and original classic. Should probably be in a museum for all to appreciate!!! We believe the Little dude trailer was also manufactured in 1957 out of Fortworth Texas. Sadly offering for sale by a motivated seller and drastically reduced from $27,000.00.|
|38108||15 Feet 1957 Carver Colonel Deluxe||$7,500|
|“THE LAST ONE” is in excellent showboat condition. She was restored by an award-winning boat builder and rocket engineer. All the original metal parts have been re-plated. The steering has been updated using original parts. The transom has been reinforced so she can pull a water-skier. Updates include a new wiring harness, new battery and new fuel tank. The electric-start 1958 motor has been overhauled and repainted in the original colors and has very few running hours. All decals on the boat, motor and trailer are originals or based on the originals. The boat has a unique overlay on both sides from bow to transom. She is bright finished using Deksolje 1 to preserve the wood and Deksolje 2 for the varnishing. The bottom has been painted with copper paint. The floatable seat cushions are new. The lights are white transom pole light and a combined bow port and starboard light. The boat is stored on the trailer in a garage. This a fast and smooth-running show boat ideal for family use and an eye catcher on the water.
|38097||15 Feet 1957 Swish Eldorado||$7,500|
|1958 Swish for sale with 1959 Envinrude 35 hp golden jubilee anniversary
motor with electric choke and start.
Boat and motor completely restored. Has vintage double axle trailer with new
This boat was the cover boat for the March 1958 edition of popular Mechanics
Original unmolested interior seats. Many more restoration pictures
Asking $7,500 US for boat, motor and trailer package.|
|37954||15 Feet 1959 Century Palomino||$7,500|
|Purchased from original owner who moved to Canyon Lake, Texas from the great lakes area years ago. I have owned for 5 years. Boat has been stored indoors (no sun damage) and has been restored to excellent condition, including a $4,000 bottom job by a professional less than two years ago. Structure is original and boat has no dry rot, softness or other wood damage. When the bottom was restored, a complete inspection was done to insure integrity of entire structure. No fiberglass has been used. Engine is in good shape and runs well. |
|31984||16 Feet 1959 MFG Outboard||$7,995|
|This boat has been refurbished from bow to stern , Re-done Items:
rub rail , new windshield , all chrome , modern cable steering , modern throttle and gear selector , seats , stainless steel seat back supports , floor , new automatic bilge pump , 2-6 gallon refurbished gas tanks , new battery and battery box , spray rails , deck and gunwales sanded between each of 13 coats of Epiphanes Marine varnish , 1997 Johnson 40 HP with 1 season on rebuilt upper and lower . The original Tee Nee trailer has been sandblasted , primered and painted , new electrics , wheels , tires , wheel bearings and safety chains - this trailer came with this boat when new Motivated Seller All offers Considered..
|25396||15 Feet 1968 White Hall Sailing Skiff||$6,600|
|Included are a brand new small jib and main sail. Also includes oars. Excellent wood and finish. Made in Sarnia of red cedar.|
|37008||15 Feet 1995 Boston Whaler||$5,500|
|Boat is in very good condition. It is our secondary boat, we keep it up here on the St. Lawrence River and are only able to visit 2 weeks per year so the hours are low on the engine. It is a great family boat for kids to learn on and be safe in. |
|37451||15 Feet 2000 Adirondack Guide Boat kit||$8,000|
|Beautifully constructed and used only once. A very nice example of a Adirondack Guide boat. Perfect for display or ready to go in the water for this season.|
|37701||15 Feet 1952 Peterborough Zephyr||$6,000|
|Restored Zephyr with new fibreglass blue hull. Stored inside, comes with boat cover, bumpers, cushions, fire extinquisher and various spare parts. Restored 1952 Zephyr serial number 2925, with a 25hp 1955 Johnson Sea Horse electric start along with original fuel tank. Very good condition. Included 2 year old marine battery, 2 year old EZLoader trailer with tongue break, blue and grey cover, seat pads and cushions, blue bumpers, depth finder and fire extinguisher. Original nav lights, steering wheel and throttle quadrant. Newly fibre glassed hull along with recently finished upper cedar top. Runs and starts like new. Must sell to new owner, not using enough and I am looking for a new project|
|37953||15' Feet 1956 Chris Craft Custom Runabout Kit Boat ||$6,500|
|Owned since 1977 and always stored indoors. Transom replaced circa 1992. Never in salt water. This boat is best suited to protected waters due to its light scantlings. Will need some work.
We're moving to senior housing and will not have room for storage|
|35863||15 Feet 1957 Dura-Craft Outboard||$5,800|
|Very rare Dura-Craft totally restored and ready to fly!!! Brand new interior used twice, trailer with new lights, tires, bearings & winch, also new battery & bilge pump. She starts right up and runs perfect! Equipped with new fire extinguisher. She comes fully Coast Guard equipped!! Comes with extra tune up kit and manual for motor. |
|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!|
|35948||15 Feet 1989 Boston Whaler Mischief||$6,200|
|Very rare Whaler Mischief in red....only 139 ever built!! All factory original! Very safe & fun boat...great for the kids! Stock built in SS boarding ladder...very cool! Comes with fenders, lines and brand new battery!|
|28678||15' 10 Feet pre 1900 Theodore Hamner Guideboat||$5,750|
|This is a very original Adirondack Guideboat built by Theodore Hanmer, estimated to be of early 1900's vintage. Oars included, and seats (not original)|
|30624||15.5 Feet 1956 Sears Roebuck Kit Boat||$5,500|
|My father built the boat in 1956 with the help of his dad. My brother and I grew up water skiing behind it. The boat had a 25 hp Elgin when first built, but we out grew it and my dad bought the 50 hp Chrysler to help us to water ski as we got heavier and older. The boat performed remarkably throughout the years. It,s a great boat!|
|32159||16 Feet Rushton Long Laker Guide Boat||$10,000|
|This rare Rushton Long Laker Guide Boat has been in one family for many years. The Rushton has been used sparingly in the Southern Adirondacks and on rare trips to a lake in Canada. It has its original seat rails and yoke rail. There is also one original seat frame which would need to be recanted. The middle and other rear seat are not original buy also require caning. Hull has been fiberglassed. The label is a copper shield signifying its history as a Rushton.|
|28065||16 Feet 1800's Adirondack Guideboat||$5,500|
|Unknown builder of this boat that is estimated to be in the mid 1800's. A very typical Adirondack Guide Boat of that period with a straight stem and gently sheer. This is a boat that has very little known about it...but is obvious to have had a long and storied history in Northern New York.|
|28630||16 Feet 1900 Theodore Hamner Adirondack Guideboat||$7,500|
|This is an original Theodore Hamner Adirondack guideboat. It has always been kept up, and has been recently restored. Complete and ready to row.|
|37442||16 Feet 1909 Mullins Launch||$6,900|
|What a fantastic piece of early motor boating history! The Mullins Manufacturing Corporation in Salem Ohio was, at one time, one of America's leading boat builders, contructing approximately 100,000 boats over a 40 year period. This 16 foot motor launch is an early example that is very original. She has been lovingly restored and shown at a number of antique boat shows, taking home awards wherever she went. The Ferro Special engine is original equipment, documented in Mullins sales literature. This early launch was well documented by her current owner and comes completed with a copies of original literature. A true collector's piece!|
|31470||16 Feet 1910-1920 Malecite River Canoe||$8,500|
|This rare Birch Bark Canoe was made by native Indians of the St. Lawrence River region. It has been offered out of a collector with an extensive Adirondack collection. The canoe is in good overall condition given its age and will make a welcome addition to any collection.|
|38109||16 Feet 1915 Mace Eaton||$9,900|
|Traditional Peapod working boat, tender, great rowing, carry crew and gear, recently restored at Woodenboat School. Located in Little Deer Isle.|
|37995||1915 16 Feet W. J. Johnston Skiff||$7,500|
|One of the first if not the first boat builders in Muskoka was Uncle Billy Johnston. Certainly he was the first in Port Carling and established a network of boat liveries that rivaled only that of Ditchburn. Building skiffs was one of the most popular models made by Johnston although today they are impossible to find. This skiff is a superb example of Johnston's work and Canadian craftsmanship. It is nicely varnished and in solid condition overall. It is ready to go back into the water, into a Museum or for use as a display piece.|
|37074||16 Feet 1920 Sebago Rowing Skiff||$8,350|
|Pre-1920 restored Sebago skiff. This double-ended, all-wood 16' Sebago skiff was built in East Sebago, Maine, between 1890 and 1920. In 2011, Kevin Martin in Epping, N.H., restored it. Modern caulking was used to seal the planks and one stem was replaced. When last used two years ago, it was watertight and has been stored in a barn since. The skiff comes with a restored Holsclaw trailer with soft riding coil springs. The skiff has two pairs of 7-foot oars and oarlocks. It was made of elm or alder with the body having steamed cedar planking along with brass screws. The gunwale may be chestnut. The exterior is green Epifanes marine paint and the interior a Kirby light green tint. The Sebago is distinctive for the bead running along the first plank on the exterior, with the plank finished natural and everything below the bead painted. Will deliver within New England if driving costs are paid by buyer.|
|32179||16 Feet 1920 Adirondack Guide Boat||$6,500|
|This Adirondack Guide boat has been in the same family since it was built in the 1920's. It is in exceptionally good condition and has been carefully stored for decades. Varnish is very good throughout with no issues.
It is ready to be used or kept as a gorgeous display piece. |
|31389||16 Feet 1920's Robertson Courting Canoe||$5,900|
|Antique Wood/Canvas Luxury Courting canoe from the 20's-30's.
Four foot book matched mahogany decks. Mahogany trim. Flat white yacht enamel. Professional pin striping and pair of geese flying together.|
|36564||16 Feet 1930 George Lawley and Sons Yacht Tender ||$7,500|
|This wooden launch was built in the 1930's and was designed by Charles Wells and built by George Lawley.
She was originally a yacht tender to be rowed. In c.1950 she was modified with a deck and a 4 cylinder Palmer gas engine.
In 2006 resoration of the deck and refinishing took place in Vinalhaven, Maine. In 2009 she was put in dry storage. The vessel is currently owned by a not for profit who are seeking a new Captain for the boat with all proceeds going to support their organizations efforts. |
|36077||16 Feet 1930's Adirondack Guide Boat||$8,500|
|A very original and well preserved Adirondack Guide Boat. This boat came off of a Great Camp on Lake Placid in the heart of the Adirondacks and is still in the same Family today. It has since been moved to Minnesota where it was stored indoors and carefully preserved with little to no use. It has the original oars and oar locks along with a cover.|
|28170||16 Feet 1933 Dodge Model 301 Utility||$10,000|
|This is the only 1933 Model 301 Dodge utility that exists in the world. This boat has won several top awards, including the Tahoe Concours and the ACBS International Boat Show award. Restoration by Dodge Boat Owners Association President, Dave Triano. The boat comes with full leather-bound documentation of the restoration, the original Dodge Boat Company advertisement, the original Lycoming engine manual, four custom canvas boat bags, handwoven cotton fenders & lines and a custom fitted canvas show cover. This is a beautiful one of a kind Dodge boat. A great addition to any serious collectors boathouse.|
|28686||16 Feet 1935 Dodge Model 101||$10,000|
|This is a rare 16' Dodge Model 101, hull # 132 with original Dodge engine. This varnished model was only produced in 1935 and 36. Engine has new Babbitt and bearings, still needs oil pump installed. Boat is in very good condition, not run since restoration.
|28680||16 Feet 1940's Jos. Dingle Boat Works Fishing Boat||$10,000|
|This is a rare lapstrake fishing boat made by the Dingle Boatworks in St Paul, MN. 15' in length with oars and a fully remote controlled Yamaha eight horse engine. Family owned all of its life. |
|31742||16 Feet 1946-1948 Century Resorter||$8,999|
|Purchased as a project boat from original family in Manitowoc, Wisconsin in 2006. Engine has been rebuilt, bottom and transom rebuilt and restored, new top deck, new gas tank, new glass, all original chrome hardware. This project boat has everything necessary to be completed by an ambitious restorer!|
|26803||16 Feet 1950 Mason Double Ended Duck Boat||$6,600|
|This is a fully restored 1950 Mason duck boat. It is very heavily built- fir planks on oak frames, with oak stems. Bottom has been fiberglassed w/West system. 2 rowing stations, 2 new mahogany seats, custom wooden cover, 2 manageable oars. A historical duck boat that is also a great coastal fishing boat. Can make custom outboard mount for a 3-5hp motor. No trailer, but it is car-toppable.|
|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. |
|26494||16 Feet 1956 Borum Outboard||$8,000|
|This 1956 Borum Outboard in in excellent condition. It has always been well cared for. Included is the original Gator single axle trailer.|
|37001||16 Feet 1956 Century Resorter||$9,995|
|1956 16' Century Resorter. 2nd boat owner. Low original hours, 110 HP Gray Marine engine. New water pump & thermostat. New Fuel pump. Rebuilt carburetor. Rebuilt generator & 12V starter. Cleaned & lined fuel tank. Bottom is in excellent condition. Bottom was stripped, sanded & repainted 5200 sealed. New complete interior. All chrome excellent. Load Rite trailer & cover included. |
|37122||16 Feet 1956 Lone Star Starfire Inboard||$8,000|
|The one and only aluminum Lonestar Starfire inboard ever found! A real collector's piece! She has been restored as closely as possible to the brochure images. This model may not have been in production, but rather a concept boat for the NYC boat show. Extensive research shows that it is the only example uncovered. Restored by the current owner's husband and late father...many memories! The interior woodwork is currently being refreshed. Fully documented restoration. |
|29642||16 Feet 1959 Canadian Canoe Company Commodore||$6,500|
|Originally bought Sturgeon Point - served as a runabout on Georgian Bay. Boat then completely refinished early 1970's occasional re-varnish since then - stored indoors with occasional outings - in lovely condition. New rewiring 2010. We have names of all previous owners. Original motor has been rebuilt and is in great running condition. Hull #8303.|
|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. |
|30363||16 Feet 1961 Century Corsair||$9,500|
|28606||16 Feet 1961 Sport Craft Ski King||$8,000|
|This 1961 Sport Craft Ski King outboard has been restored to excellent condition. The engine runs great and is started regularly. It is a lake boat from Chicago with the original custom trailer. All made in Perry Florida. Used in fresh water. Current owner purchased this boat 1 year ago for boat show display.|
|37579||16 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat||$9,900|
|This 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat is all original and well preserved. She would be an easy cosmetic restoration this winter, or use it as is! The beauty of this boat is its totally rebuilt and detailed Chris Craft 283 engine. This model exemplifies the 1960's boating era and represents Chris Craft's last efforts before switching to fiberglass construction. |
|30892||16 Feet 1963 Richardson Cedar Strip Skiff||$6,500|
|This lovely Cedar Strip Canoe was built by the Richardson Aqua Craft out of Lakefield, Ontario in 1963. This canoe was purchased from a summer camp in Canada in 1988 and fully restored. It was restored again this past winter in 2011 and shows very well today as it sits.|
|37523||16 Feet 1965 Richardson Rowing Skiff||$5,500|
|This 16 foot Richardson rowing skiff is an absolute beauty! Very nice condition and would be a great addition to an island property or cottage on the River. Dual rowing stations and equipped with 2 sets of oars! She is complete with a fitted trailer and custom travel cover. A real nice package! |
|37269||16 Feet 1971 Larson Outboard||$8,900|
|Selling my exceptional 1971 Larson runabout powered by an equally exceptional 1969 55hp Johnson with a matching 3hp Johnson kicker motor. The boat and motors are in showroom condition, and are truly "one of a kind". Gelcoat, seats, top, stern curtain and side curtains are all original and in like new condition. I am the second owner, having owned the boat since 1979. The boat has been stored inside and has been run at least once every year and then re-winterized and returned to my collection. Even though I now live in the Florida, the boat is a fresh water vessel having been used on the lakes in Michigan. The 55hp Johnson has a new waterpump, fuel pump and CD pack along with an upgraded rectifier/voltage regulator combo to prevent overcharging with today's modern batteries. The boat is offered for sale because I have retired and am starting to gradually sell off my collection of antique boats and outboard motors.|
|30749||16 Feet 1972 Century Resorter||$6,000|
|Boat is as close to original as you can get! It has been in the same family for decades but has not been used in the last 6 years. She has always been garage kept. Needs some work, including a water pump.|
|31697||16 Feet 1979 Baltimore Day Sailer Replica||$8,500|
|Beautiful replica of an 1800's hull built in 1979. Theak hull and deck, new laminated mast in 1995, Mario Tarabocchia yacht designer, brass spars made in France, two new headsails on furler, very easy to sail, always very well maintained road trailer included.|
|31568||16 Feet 1980 Algonquin Birchbark Canoe||$10,000|
|This Algonquin Indian Native Birchbark Canoe is made by a renowned canoe builder Rick Nash. He has been featured in a coffee table book called "The Canoe" and has a lengthy waiting list. This canoe is only 30 years old but looks much older as it was made using all of the traditional construction methods. The boat was made using birchbark, bear fat, cattail pollen and spruce root to ensure a dry fitting canoe. It is constructed out of hand hewn spruce and red cedar which is all hand hewn with decorative lashing. It has the most distinctive Algonquin Indian shape and is easily recognizable as an Algonquin by it's sheerline.|
|30514||16 Feet 1997 Giesler French River Super Outboard||$6,800|
|16' French River Special Super varnished cedar strip outboard. Built by Gielser & Sons in Powassan, Ontario. Comes with bimini top, mooring cover, cockpit cover. Equipped with all of the bells and whistles right from the factory! Built in the old tradition, Giesler has been building boats since the 1920's. |
|26070||16 Feet 2003 Berkshire Wooden Boat Rowboat||$9,500|
|An exact copy of the famous Smith-Grainger rowboat used on Lake George, NY. A perfect cross between an Adirondack guideboat and a WhiteHall pulling boat.More than 300 hours go into building this handsome 16' boat, built by traditional methods. The stems, frames, keel and transom knee are of white oak, and the planking of Western red cedar. Bronze and copper fasteners are used throughout. The frames are 9/16" x 1/2", spaced 5 ˝” apart at centers. The planking is 1/4” thick, copper riveted to frames.
|37114||16 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe||$6,000|
|This 16 foot contemporary Birch Bark Canoe was made using the traditional methods and is in excellent condition. It shows well and would make an gorgeous display piece or could be used.|
|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. |
|38157||16 feet Feet 1957 North American Boat Company||$7,200|
|1957 North American Boat Company with 1957 Mercury Mark 75 SN# S1098349. This was the top of the line Ambassador model SN# OB160 able to handle their maximum rating of 75 hp. Complete inside and outside hull restoration 3 years ago with less than 2 hours use since then. I've had my fun with it and need the room in my garage.
I'm the second owner and have the documented history. Most of the restoration photos are on the NorthAmericanBoatCompany.com URL and I can supply them individually if you wish.
Rare Mercury Quicksilver Cruiser Tank option. Only Ethanol Free gas since I have owned it.
Original 1957 TeeNee trailer is included and is in good condition. New tires and bearings.|
|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. |
|31511||16' Feet 1900's Rushton Skiff||$9,900|
|Fully restored and re-canvased guideboat (guide boat). Originally from the Adirondack Great Hotel: Wood's Inn in Inlet NY, 16' w/ oars. dark blue, light blue interior|
|37665||16 Feet 1941 Century Sea Maid||$7,500|
|Barn find years ago, stored inside, fiberglassed bottom, boat needs complete restoration, everything is there except cushions and seat backs. Pre war runabouts are getting harder to find untouched. All original, last time in the water is unknown. |
|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.|
|37923||16' Feet 1960 Shepherd Outboard||$8,500|
|I am the third owner of this original Shepherd, boathouse kept for many years in Canada then barn stored by a collector. I keep it in a boathouse all summer and the bottom does not leak. The engine was changed in 1975 for the Chrysler for the power tilt. WE applied fresh varnish and paint last season. Interior is original and in excellent condition. The chrome has some light pitting. Also included in the sale is a spare 75 HP Chrysler Outboard motor. |
|32102||16'-0'' Feet between 1887/1938 the brown boat co. (Lakefield on.)||$5,200|| |
|much more infos. available from the seller.|
|28605||16'6 Feet 1950 Canadian Nymph Outboat||$6,500|
|This 1950's Canadian Nymph has beenbeautifully restored. Needs finishing touches- all orginal parts available. New trailer included. Ready for a motor and a lake! |
|28759||16'6 Feet 1963 Riviera Outboard||$5,500|
|This classic Riviera was restored in 2008. New seat brackets and wiring, Rhino coated floor for durability. The current engine is a 1963 75 HP Johnson Sea Horse. The original motor also comes with the boat (Mercury). The motors also come with extra props.
|28907||16'6 Feet 1972 Century Resorter||$7,500|
|Repainted red hull, needs little upholstery work on seat backs. Turn key boat with Correct Craft trailer.|
|32073||16'8" Feet 1956 Del Craft Outboard||$6,000|
|Del Craft, made by Industrial Shipping Co. Fully restored, excellent condition. Epitome of 1950's outboard styling!|
|29465||16.5 Feet 1966 Grady White Pamlico Capri||$8,000|
|When we purchase boat in September 2002,
it hadn't been in the water for 12 years.
Couple had it professionally painted, took it out once after on Rushford Lake, and got a divorce. She stored it for 12 years, that's when we bought it. We have taken the boat to Oak Orchard, Lake Erie, Oneida Lake, Erie Canal all in NY,
also to Pleasant View Lake in OH. We haven't used the boat since summer of 2006.|
|30356||16.5 Feet 1975 Correct Craft Ski boat||$7,500|
|The owner reports that this Correct Craft is an excellent runner! The 307 225hp Chevy engine runs well and pushes the boat to 50mph. She handles excellent as well. 1120 hours total.|
|36505||16 Feet 2000 Sailing Canoe built by Antique Boat Museum||$10,000|
|Decked sliding seat sailing canoe constructed in 1999/2000 at The Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, NY. The boat was built to the lines of an original c. 1910 16-30 canoe named “Tomahawk” in the collection of the Museum.
Measuring 16’ in length by 30” beam, it is equipped with a sheet brass centerboard, sheet brass rudder and soldered brass crosshead tiller gear. It has two masts and booms made from glued-up Sitka spruce, to which are lashed two synthetic sails made by Douglas Fowler, sailmaker, of Ithaca, NY. The hull is constructed from batten-seam northern white cedar planking on steam-bent elm frames, fastened with copper clench nails and brass screws. Modern screw-in waterproof inspection ports are covered by non-functional sheet brass caps. The mahogany decks feature a deck cap made from Butternut. The bridge on which the sliding seat rides is also made of mahogany. The spruce masts are housed in soldered brass tubes with turned brass trim rings mounted on the deck caps. |
|37396||17 Feet Wykes Dory Outboard||$7,500|
|Hand built and custom designed by Wkyes Boat Works this 19 foot Dory Outboard has forward steering and a 30 HP Yamaha Outboard engine. Accented with a gorgeous deck this boat offers 3 rows and comes complete with oars. Always used since new on the fresh waters of the St. Lawrence River. Boat is always stored indoors and in very good overall condition.|
|29110||17 Feet 1897 Robertson-Arnold Canoe||$5,500|
|37991||17 Feet 1916 B. N. Morris Canoe||$8,500|
|For sale is a very rare 1915 B. N. Morris 17 Foot long deck Courting Canoe. The canoe has a 4 foot original mahogany deck, trim and thwarts. Only three of the 4 foot mahogany decked canoes are known to exist in the Morris data base. The B.N Morris decal on combing is hand lettered/painted. It comes complete with a 49 star America flag, New York Canoe Association Burgee, B. N. Morris oak canoe seat, throw pillows , Antique paddle, antique Japanese umbrella and floor carpet. A full documented file of the restoration is also included.|
|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.|
|36779||17 Feet 1941-1942 Century Deluxe Utility||$6,500|| |
|My father and I purchased this boat about 10 years ago as a restoration project. We finished the boat but never really got regular use out of it. In the mean time it has been sitting under a shed in Raleigh, NC. Last year I was planning on refinishing the varnish and getting the boat back in the water but after stripping the hull I found that one of the engine stringers had significant wood rot. There is about 4' of rotten stringer on the starboard side. I will be happy to provide additional pics. I know that this type of repair is beyond my capabilities and I would like to pass boat on to somebody who has the ability to get a very rare Century back in the water.|
|27763||17 Feet 1947 Correct Craft Runabout||$7,000|
|A once popular model of boat the Correct Craft's were well known in California being towed to lakes. This is a survivor which was used up until recently. Has an upgraded Corvette engine and trailer. All ready to go
|31991||17 Feet 1949 Higgins Runabout||$7,900|
|1949 Higgins, all original trim, gauges, windshield, spotlight, siren in good working order. No cracked glass. Engine stars right up and runs strong. Small area of plywood separating inside by engine. As far as I know boat is in original condition. |
|36650||17 Feet 1952 Port Carling SeaBird Utility||$8,500|
|Lovely 1952 SeaBird made in Port Carling, Ontario by the Port Carling Boat Co. Extensive restoration just completed. Complete woodwork, stain, varnish, electrical, and plumbing. Buchanan Junior 4 engine was entirely rebuilt, professionally. No excuses boat, ready to go! Includes a nice single axle, bunked trailer. |
|30052||17 Feet 1955 Greavette Utility||$9,000|
|Current owner has had this boat for nearly 30 years. The bottom was removed and the stingers & frames were replaced. Original planking was reused. Transom and aft deck were replaced, original forward decks. New gunwales. Upholstery needs to be done and the boat needs a hefty cosmetic restoration. She bears hull #1 from 1955. A total of 16 were built in that year, only a handful are left today! Original Buchanan engine was rebuilt with NOS parts. Boat has all of its original hardware!|
|37253||17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman||$9,500|
|This is a custom (from-the-factory fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge and bow spot light) mahogany boat with Tango Red naugahyde seatbacks, dashboard and engine box top. Never been in salt water and is in good to very good condition. Everything on this boat is original, including the wood, bottom, windshield, steering wheel, engine, lighted flag pole and all of the Tango Red kapok flotation seat cushions. Both the boat and engine have 145 hours on them. Twin updraft carbs were rebuilt in 2011 and have less than 1 hour on them. The engine runs great and has lots of power. Engine box cover restored in 2015 with the original Tango Red cushioned top. I have a copy of the 1957 order form for the boat listing all options, with original boat & engine owner's manuals. Price reduced to sell!
|36532||17 Feet 1959 Penn Yan Baltic Outboard||$7,650|
|1959 Penn Yan lapstrake Baltic with trailer, updated motor, steering and seating. Clean original condition and runs great |
|30712||17 Feet 1960 Century Ski Dart||$6,500|
|Complete restoration of a gorgeous original boat. All wood throughout is in excellent condition. It was last on the water 15 years ago and has been stored indoor by the same owner ever since.
The engine and all mechanics work perfect today as they did 15 years ago. All wood is original and solid because of such little use over the years. All electrical is original and in great working order.
Last service was 15 years ago when it went in storage and the gas was drained at that time. This spring, I put some new gas in the tank and some antifreeze in the water pump suction hose and it started right up and sounds great.
Don't miss your opportunity to own this classic.|
|31220||17 Feet 1960 Flare Runabout Outboard||$7,500|
|Complete restoration in 2012. New wires, gauges, floor, stringers, non-skid, vinyl, Sony stereo and 4 speakers, steering, stainless, 24 gal aluminum fuel tank with deck fill. 3 grab bars, 4 blue LEDs (2 forward, 1 aft, 1 underwater). Engine recently serviced and runs excellent. Fun runabout boat.|
|27243||17 Feet 1963 Cayuga Outboard||$9,500|
|Boat has been completely restored. Fully equipped for water skiing. Constructed of teak and cedar. Includes life preservers, fire extinguisher, anchor, depth finder, convertible top, oar, 2 gas tanks. Motor was fully rebuilt in 2006. Last time in water was summer of 2006. Ready to go!! |
|30536||17 Feet 1968 Slickcraft SS 170V||$6,500|
|Current owner has had this boat 3 years ago and underwent a complete restoration. Many pictures are available of the restoration but the boat is great and needs nothing. It is offered with a Mercury 70 HP oil injected motor. |
|31235||17 Feet 1974 Correct Craft Mustang 17||$7,995|
|Custom Teak Removable Swim platform, New Front Seat, Fresh Water Only, Includes Trailer, Engine Professionally Maintained, Stereo w/ 4 Speakers, Includes some ski and wakeboard accessories and rope|
|31169||17 Feet 1978 Correct Craft Ski Tique||$8,500|
|This boat has been reconditioned and is ready to pull barefoot skiers. New vinyl, new carpet, new starter, JBL stereo, teak swim platform and ski pole.|
|31288||17' Feet 1955 Thompson Offshore||$6,000|
|Great little Outboard, just needing outside paint and deck varnish and she is ready to go!!! Super quiet motor! New full canvas top, side curtains and rear slant drop. The cushions are in excellent condition.|
|38191||17' Feet 1960 Lyman Outboard||$7,500|
|Great little Lyman for a starter boat...good shape and ready to go! Trailer not included but current owner is willing to transport locally for new owner. Nice cushions also included.|
|31637||17' Feet 1975 Century Sabre||$5,400|
|Very original Century Ski boat with teak swim step and very low hours!!|
|36775||17.5 Feet 1905-1908 St Lawrence Rowing Skiff||$7,500|
|Skiff comes from my island on the St. Lawrence. Has been displayed in my living room for the past 32 years. Just sold the camp and want someone to enjoy it as much as I did!|
|31576||17'6 Feet 1963 Higgins Magnum||$10,000|
|Re-upholstered seats; restored and in good working condition; shifting lever and foot pedal; boat trailer included|
|31722||17'9 Feet 1910 Shipyard Launch||$9,000|
|The Amelia was built in the Bay of Quinte area, in 1910. Cedar launch with beautiful lines, side steer, water cooled, 1 cylinder Fairbanks Morse Marine engine. Restored in the 1970's. Seats 5. Includes a custom trailer and canopy roof frame. Gas tank is a reproduction and wiring and water hoses are from the restoration. |
|36491||17.2 Feet 1959 Glen L Custom Outboard||$5,400|
|This boat is a one of a kind. Built by my grandfather and father. Based off of a special boat Glen L. Witt designed especially for Popular Mechanics in 1957. My father stated the boat is boat is made out of 7-ply 3/8” marine plywood with fiberglass over it, except for the deck that is mahogany. They customized the boat to add more seating, storage and even custom cup holders! Tons of storage under seats, cubby holes in the front seats. Below deck easily lifts up for even more storage. Used as a family boat for skiing, knee boarding, fishing and cruising, hence, the depth finder (included) and ski rack. Boat has always been in dry storage. The hours are not accurate. Beautiful boat with lots of TLC over the years, but does need some attention as shown in photos. It was last in the water 3-4 years ago with no problems. It was just started up and started just fine. More photos available upon request. (personal items life jackets, skis etc. not included)|
|38099||17.5 Feet 1962 White Canoe Works||$6,200|
|My Father purchased the boat in 1965 and true to its name it was my Father's Therapy. It has been in our Family since then. We grew up boating on weekends, when possible, and learned to Water Ski/Wakeboard. My Father passed away in 2005 and the boat has been used once a year for a week since then. The motor is in excellent running condition and the lower unit was rebuilt in 2007 . The only thing the boat could use is a little work on the bottom. It has been stored inside a garage in the Summer and/or a Barn in the Winter. We have enjoyed the attention we get whenever we are out cruising the great lakes in this boat. We put in an inground pool last year and feel it's time for Therapy to find a new home with someone who recognizes its uniqueness.
|26210||17.6 Feet 1947 Ventnor Utility Deluxe||$7,500|
|This boat was bought by the original owner in 1947 and was used by the original owner this past summer. After many years of enjoyment he is now ready to sell the boat as he can no longer keep up with the boat. The boat is fresh water cooled with a heat exchanger for use in salt water. The boat is in good running condition. It has the original Stewart Warner dash and has a fiberglass bottom. Interior is also in good shape. white with red trim.|
|29911||18 Feet 1904 Fay & Bowen Designed Launch||$9,900|
|This is a very nice launch with a design taken from Fay & Bowen. It runs very well and is in excellent condition. The boat is a Multiple show winner. It has the original canopy with early photos showing the canopy up. The boat has a rich history and is accompanied with a lot of early info from previous owners & receipts. To add to it's history the owner has passes to the Erie Canal for passage of this boat in 1912 & 1916. Only 900 of these boats were ever made. This boat was run for many years but recently was retired to being a trailer queen since it was a multiple award winner.|
|28874||18 Feet 1920's Jackson Boat Works St Lawrence Skiff||$10,000|
|This is the only Jackson skiff that we have ever had to sell. Jackson was an Ogdensburg, NY builder that built several skiffs of this length. It is unusual in it's decorative style, opposing color woods in the gunwale and decks and delightful ceiling boards the full length of the boat. Twin decorative oar locks with two sets of matched Shaw & Tenney oars. All hardware is brass and complete. Brass name plate indicates; Jackson Boat Works, builder, Ogdensburg, N.Y. This is a well built excellent two person skiff in great shape that was recently restored by the owner who is no longer boating due to age. |
|27219||18 Feet 1934 Old Town OTCA||$8,500|
|This is a 1934 Old Town canoe . It is in beautiful condition. This canoe was docked inside under cover most of its life. Looks brand new for being 73 years old. Also, I have a copy of original bill of sale. $8500.00 |
|38160||18 Feet 1938 Century Sea Maid||$9,500|
|29942||18 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-18||$5,500|
|This project boat has many new planks and has been refastened in most areas. She has a sound and very tight hull that is simply awaiting completion. All hardware, seats, and floorboards are there. The boat is being sold due to a lack of time. |
|36113||18 Feet 1949 Experimental Raceboat||$7,500|
|This boat was designed and produced by the late inventor Phillip C. Christianson, the son of a Wisconsin lumber baron. Originally built with an Continental 125hp airplane engine and propeller it was like nothing else of its day. The boat hull has been preserved intact, short of the original engine/drive train. We are still gathering information on this one of a kind boat and will ad as we get it.
The boat was featured in the 1948 Milwaukee boat show being pulled behind a new Buick.|
|30177||18 Feet 1950 Airboat||$10,000|
|This boat belonged to the current owner's father and it has always been kept indoors. It was custom built in Florida around 1950 and was brought up to Seeley's Bay, ON for the owner's personal use. The hull is aluminum and it is trimmed and outfitted in mahogany.
It has not been used for approximately 35-40
years. Powered by a 4cylinder Lycoming engine. Very unique piece!! More photos available.|
|28744||18 Feet 1950 Lyman Islander||$10,000|
|Double side wheel. Boat rebuilt 1984/5, Walker Boatshop; double frames from bulkhead aft; engine beds; lower transom plank, planking at stern; deck beams, rub rails, gas tank; wiring. Invoices available.
Boat regularly refinished. In 2006 stripped and eight coats of paint; new canvas. Lake Ontario since new.|
|26842||18 Feet 1951 Andress Launch||$7,500|
|Only two of these boats ever made from Andress Boat Co. of Rockport, Ontario. Refinished and ready for the water i have it in the water 8 times, still soaking up but doing very well. Runs very good. dont use much gas. Have extra parts for the boat. very rare boatwont see another one like it . very good condition. 7 coats of varnish on the decks 4 coats of paint on the sides and 4 coats on the bottom willing to trade for a pontoon boat. |
|26040||18 Feet 1957 Skee-Craft Runabout||$7,500|
|Hull is lapstrake construction. Deck and seats are all mahogany. All hardware except the stern light is original. Volvo Penta engine and outdrive are original and runs excellent. The boat is sound and seaworthy. It is a show winner and has always been operated in fresh water and stored inside. It was manufactured in Intercourse Pennsylvania and is extremely rare. Could possibly be the only one left. |
|38149||18 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Holiday ||$10,000|
|We have a 1957 18' Chris Craft Holiday, that we've finished a complete restoration on. We are the 2nd Family to ever own the boat, It was originally delivered and docked in Duluth, Mn. by the Pearson's. We purchased and shipped it to Sierra Boat Co. - Lake Tahoe in 2000, where we restored the all original Engine, Drive train, Electrical systems, and interior upholstery. DHM Trailers in Sacramento built a new custom trailer in 2001. In 2004 we approved an extensive restoration of the Hull and bright work. We still have the original Equipment Record from the Chris Craft plant in Cadillac, Mi. dated 2/15/1957, and the Original Bill of Sale from Minnetonka Boat Works in Osseo, Mn. dated 3/10/1958 , and the Original Owner's Manual from Algonac, Mi. ($.75)|
|38130||18 Feet 1958 Takaba Launch ||$6,500|
|Up for sale is a 1958 fiberglass Takaba launch.
Powered by a: U.S. Navy Diesel DA High head Buda 40 HP -- Built in 2001 to factory specs and gently used since. The last time I saw this engine being sold it cost $20,000 used so this boat is worth every penny. This engine will last you a lifetime. You will be hard pressed to find a boat this size with a diesel engine.
I have the U.S. Navy service manuals for this engine.
This is a 5-8-knot boat that will put a smile on your face every time you go out. This diesel engine sips diesel so few bucks will go a long way.
They fiberglass launch is in excellent condition and very sea worthy. Freshly painted top and bottom.
Custom top has a new Sunbrella blue top which can be installed or removed as needed. The frame that holds the top can easily be removed or added when needed.
New VHF radio. Antique compass. Everything works and now ready for a new home.
Comes with tandem trailer shown here.
|36727||18 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Holiday||$6,500|
|Project boat that that deserves to be finished. KFL engine has been rebuilt, all parts and hardware are with the boat. Sits on a Storage Only trailer. Seller was going to restore the boat with his brother and health reasons prevented that from happening|
|31196||18 Feet 1961 Sea Maid Sea Snapper||$8,000|
|I have searched everywhere and can't find a boat in existence that is like this model I restored the boat and upgraded the motor to the 85 hp mercury a 1961 mercury 50 hp came on the boat originally. We currently use the boat when we get time I believe this boat would be great for a collector to own|
|37320||18 Feet 1962 Penn Yan Outboard||$7,600|
|2 owner. Only 2 of year/model still licensed. Restored in 2015. Current family bought the boat from the first owner 20 years ago. The boat was used only 2 weeks per year at a lake in Michigan during their Family's annual vacation. The boat was stripped to bare and refinished, re-stained and varnished. The boat needs a new Captain and is a very desirable model from this well known builder in the Finger Lakes of New York. |
|30731||18 Feet 1963 Greavette Sunflash||$5,999|
|1963 Greavette Sunflash. Mahogany plank deck, Mahogany ply hull. 18 ft, 4 cylinder Mercruiser 120hp inboard/outboard. Stored the last 15 years. Partly restored. Includes original manual and shows all original vin numbers. Engine starts and run but has had ice damage and needs repairs. All electric and hydraulic work. All trim complete. Includes trailer.|
|37521||18 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport||$9,500|
|Great Super Sport with brand new interior done right! Engine has just had a complete tune-up with oil change and new bottom paint. Also the prop was recently reconditioned. Boat runs great and is ready to enjoy!|
|37962||18 Feet 1966 Century Fibresport||$10,000|
|My Family has owned this 1966 Century 17 Fibresport since the early 70's. It is Hull # 50 and it has spent almost all of its life on Lake Oswego, Oregon. In the last 10 years, it has been in storage. All of the parts are original to the boat with the exception of the gauges. The stringers were replaced and re glassed in 200 and the hull was gelcoated a second time the same year. The boat has sat more than it has been used in recent years but it has always been stored indoors and protected from the elements. It is a nice boat that needs to be enjoyed once again.|
|36404||18 Feet 1997 Giesler Cedar Strip Outboard||$6,500|
|Beautiful cedar strip side console outboard with dual gas tanks, depth finder...fiber glassed bottom, no soak-up required!|
|25944||18 Feet Mid 1970's Appledor Pod by Martin Marine||$10,000|
|Mid 70's mahogany pea pod , tongue and grove. Two man skull applications. Converts to sail. Well maintained / perfect condition. bought in 1970's for $5,000. |
|37407||18 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Cavalier||$7,500|
|This little Chris Craft Cavalier has been in the same family since 1961. Always used on the Racquette River in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in New York state. Complete with trailer, paddle, and original Chris Craft flag. Powered by the original Chris Craft KBL engine with triple carbs!!|
|36980||18' Feet 1962 Cruisers, Inc.||$5,500|
|95% restoration in 1992 by Slaughter Marine Co. Fort Worth Texas 76179
Pulled and placed in dry storage after the complete Engine Service in 2010 by Sunchaser Marine Canyon Lake TX 78133
I purchased this very nice wood lapstrakes from the friend of the original owner's daughter Sept 2010. Even though the boat was bought in Houston, this boat spent most of it's life in the Dallas Lakes. It was moved to Canyon Lake about 2000 from were I became the owner in 2010. Due to my health issues I have not been able to use the boat for what I had big plans for.|
|31348||18 Feet 1962 Thompson Sea Lancer Deluxe||$5,400|
|Very good shape , this boat has been to Mackinaw Island, Lake Huron. This boat can seat 4 or 3. Three is the folded bench in back, the boat has the full Bimini cover as well as the winter cover. Boat has been in water and run summer of 2012, all gears work and motor run great. Motor comes with a extra brass prop, swim latter, bilge pump. Boat comes with original trailer double axle, Pamco trailer.|
|27516||18.5 Feet 1964 Cruisers Inc Outboard||$7,500|
|Very good condition, but needs some TLC. VHF radio, depth finder, compass, spot light, canvas top, built in gas tank and gauge, vinyl seats, tachometer, speedometer, electric motor lift, plenty of storage. Have run mostly on the Mississippi River with some lake enjoyment.|
|31336||19 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Holiday||$9,500|
|This is a 1950 19 foot Chris Craft Holiday. These units were built between 1951 and 1953 and there were only 384 units built. This boat is a fresh water boat all of it's life and has a Chris Craft "M" engine. |
|37327||19 Feet 1954 Century Viking||$9,900|
|1954 Century Viking 19. Powered by an original Universal Super Four 4cyl. Flathead motor approx. 45 hp. Completely restored by a top classic marine engineering restoration specialist (VanNess). Very reliable and easy to operate. Approximately 30 hours on motor since restoration. Dual station (1954 only) rack & pinion hydraulic (rare) Hydra-Power steering (expensive '54 option). Hydra-Power complete operating and maintenance manual included. Hull is sound and has newer varnish topside and bottom paint. Boat professionally maintained by local antique boat expert Katz's Marine in Lake Hopatcong, NJ. Professionally winterized and season prepped each year. Newer canvas. Includes Bimini and cushions. Replaced fuel tank, wiring, sole, re-chrome, custom fender covers. Trailer included. Nice boat for inexpensive entry into antique boat world. Lots of looks and attention. Everyone wants to know about the unique dual steering setup!
|27269||19 Feet 1958 Century Raven||$7,000|
|Boat was restored in 1999. Restoration included a new transom, new decks, new bench seat, and engine box. Original bottom and windshield. Has been repowered by late 1980's Crusader 270hp engine.|
|36833||19 Feet 1958-59 Lightning Class Sailboat||$7,000|
|Nice Classic Lightning, sharp inside and out. Ceder sides and decks, mahogany transom and bottom recently restored, but not to show varnish, looks good enough that people think its wet.|
|37970||19 Feet 1961 Shepherd Runabout||$9,900|
|Shepherd boats of the 1960's were highly regarded for their sleek, automotive inspired styling cues as well as their ability to handle rough water. This 1961 19 footer is a well preserved, original example that has been well loved and maintained over the years. She is ready for some light restoration work, but is a very worthy project candidate. Very sharp blue and cream interior in addition to the blond and red mahogany hull color scheme! Included with the boat is a nicely fitted trailer that has been recently serviced! |
|29090||19 Feet 1962 Mason Utility||$10,000|
|Fully restored to 95%. Restoration included new ribs, new transom, and new upholstery. Engine has also been rebuilt. Comes on a recently painted tandem axle trailer. |
|29627||19 Feet 1964 Greavette Sunflash||$9,995|
|This is a great Canadian-built Greavette Sunflash. The 160's Mercruiser engine has been rebuilt, has a new impeller, and an upgraded cooling system. The entire boat has been redone and is in nice shape. Custom sunbrella travel cover, convertible top. Interior is in great shape. This boat is ready to go and is a fine example. New price - December 2010!!|
|31472||19 Feet 1975 Century Arabian||$9,999|
|I've owned the boat for the last 14-years. Many hours of fun. Great boat. Very fast, waterline exhaust, new interior. Turns heads everywhere I take it. Great for wakeboarding, or just cruising.|
|29021||19 Feet 1977 Reinell Fiberglass Runabout||$9,000|
|In perfect condition! Always stored inside, and unused for 8 years of its' life. Comes with 3 tarps, storage tarp, custom made travel/mooring tarp as well as complete driving tarp set with zip in windows. Custom made swim platform. This boat is all original, with the exception of the swim platform and stereo. We have the original ladder and new spare lenses for the rear of the boat. Should you choose to add it to your private collection. No rips or tears in the material, no mould or mildew anywhere. We have decided to sell our baby. |
|28092||19 Feet 1981 Master Craft Ski Boat||$7,900|| |
|This is a fine example of the original Busch Gardens ski boat. It is in good conditiona and has had the engine rebuilt 4 years ago with very low hours since that time. The engine now runs strong. The boat does need to be cleaned and detailed. The uphlostery should also be redone but otherwise the boat is ready to go.|
|31515||19' Feet 1987 Sea Ray Pachanga||$6,900|
|Great little Pachanga with new sunpad and rear seat upholstery and new belts on engine.....also brand new Sony Marine stereo. These are high quality built boats! The trim tabs have been removed.|
|25847||20 Feet 1920's St. Lawrence 2 Man Skiff||$6,500|
|This original St. Lawrence Skiff has been completely restored and comes complete with 2 sets of Cherry Oars.
This is a beautiful Guideboat with decorative and ornate oar locks which enhance it's appeal.
This is are boat in wonderful condition with a great history and connection to the St. Lawrence River.|
|29120||20 Feet 1953 or 1954 Chris Craft Sportsman||$10,000|
|This is a very nice Chris Craft 20 foot Sportsman which is in need of a total restoration. All hardware is present with the boat. The boat is in full need of an interior replacement but is in pretty good shape but has a hole in the forward section from the boat hitting a dock. Gauges are present and in good shape. This is a great project and a couple of engines are also available that could possibly fit into this boat for someone looking to purchase a complete unit. The price reflects the fact that there is no trailer. |
|38081||20 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$9,900|
|This Chris Craft Sea Skiff spent most of its life in the 1000 Islands region and was well equipped for fishing in the St Lawrence River. Only 2 owners since new! Nice solid boat, powered with a Chris Craft 185hp V8 engine that runs well. Interior upholstery is in good condition. She is ready for a bit of cosmetic work, but appears to be structurally sound throughout. A custom built trailer was fitted in 2006. With a bit of paint/varnish attention and some general cleanup, this would make a wonderful practical classic! |
|29917||20 Feet 1964 Cruiser's Inc. Utility||$7,200|
|This boat has been garage kept most of its life only outside when in use. Everything seems to be in good shape. The motor has not been run in a few years, but it was winterized before storage. The bottom has been repainted and the exterior wood was stripped and revarnished. Current owner purchased it with the intention of using it, but the boat did not make it to the water after the refinish. Most of this boat is original - 2 owner boat. The first owner did a lot of upkeep to it. He also had a custom top made for it with screens and plastic windows.|
|38113||20 Feet 1977 Cobalt Bowrider||$7,500|
|Well-maintained 1977 Cobalt Bowrider, clean and ready to go for a spin!|
|37103||20 Feet 1992 Watercraft America Inc Yawl||$6,300|
|1992 Elver canoe yawl, 20 feet. Construction is Cedar Stripped & Epoxy Sealed. Nice wooden sailboat that is easy to maintain. Very stable and easy to beach.
|31956||21 Feet 1920 Rowing Scull||$6,900|
|This boat has been hand stripped and varnished with epiphanes varnish. It has a set of Ted Shea sculls as they are 10' long. The fore and aft decks were originally covered with canvas. The oar locks are made by Kern. This boat can be used or proudly displayed. It is truly a fine piece of maritime history.
|36966||21 Feet 1967 Greavette Runabout||$9,500|
|Beautiful boat, mahogany strip deck and hull, deck needs to be refinished.|
|36226||21 Feet 1969 Skiff Craft Hardtop||$7,500|
|This Skiff Craft was said to be used at the 1969 Detroit Boat Show and therefore was made a bit smaller for ease of transport. After the show the boat was bought and is now in the possession of the original owners son. The owners dealt in water craft and other sports vehicles so this boat was well maintained. It has been stored indoors for the past 14 years and is ready for a new captain. It is complete with the factory tandem axle trailer, full canvas with Izenglass.|
|28899||21 Feet 1987 Searay Monaco||$7,500|
|1987 Sea-Ray Monaco 21' Cuddy cabin. 350 Mercrusier. Camper canvas, mooring cover. E-Z Loader trailer. Boat is in excellent condition- always used in fresh water. Eagle Fishmark 640 color sonar.
|26006||21 Feet circa 1920 E. Messum & Sons||$8,000|
|*Built in Richmond, England between 1900 and 1930 and shipped to Argentina for the British Rowing Clubs in Buenos Aires
*Lapstrake construction of mahogany, with oars of cedar or Brazilian pine
*Approximately 21 ft. long and 3 ft. wide
*All skiffs are fitted with: sliding seat, backrest, rudder, oars and lines, and exquisite finishing touches such as brass rivets. Many of the boats have the original fine metal plaques, indicating place of origin.
*$8,000 fully equipped, FOB South Dartmouth, Massachusetts
*Interested parties are welcome to inspect on site
|27611||22 Feet 1923 C.M.Lane Lifeboat Company||$5,500|
|1923 CM Lane 22 ft Lifeboat, galvanized steel hull, very good condition for it's age, Oshkosh Super 4 Marine flathead gas engine, starts right up and sounds good, heavy homemade trailer with really bad tires, amateur paint, this boat putted around Lake Fond du Lac Wisconsin for years, CM Lane of Brooklyn, New York made the lifeboats for the Titanic. This was just professionally appraised at $6,000, it is extremely rare.
|37586||22 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$9,700|
|I've Owned her for 35 years and kept in my boat house. All original hardware engine etc. wind shield plexi but frame original, Rare all mahogany hull as you know most were painted after the war, stored many years, no trailer. Realised to due to my age and health will never be able to put her in the water again. Offers considered and may store for you up to a year after full payment, until you are ready to pick her up. Pictures July 2016. Located 100 miles west, from Clayton NY and the 1000 islands bridge.|
|37581||22 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$9,700|
|Current owner has had this boat fro 35 years and boat house kept during that time. It has all of the original hardware and engine. The windshield frame is original but the glass has been changed out to a plexi. This is the rare mahogany hull which was hard to find as there was an embargo on mahogany after the war. The boat has been stored for many years and is offered without a trailer. Due to health and age I am unlikely to use the boat again. Storage is possibility if unable to pick up right away. Photos are current and reflect the condition of the boat as it sits today. Carrying Place Ontario is located 100 miles West of the 1000 Islands bridge.|
|25936||22 Feet 1948 Hutchins Open Utility||$8,500|
|This is neat boat especially with the demand for dry, roomy comfortable utilities.
This boat has a folding top along with new upholstery (burgundy) but requires some work to rise above it's current user boat look.|
|38186||22 Feet Hutchinson||$9,400|
|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, NY. Brightwork needs attention, but otherwise she's ready to go!|
|30559||22 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$9,900|
|Complete with all hardware and interior. Varnished hull. Easy restoration.|
|32023||22 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$7,500|
|$7500 As is in current condition. Restoration services may also be arranged by the owner and his crew of expert restorers.
This 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility Gray pattern boat will be beautiful once restored. It comes with complete original hardware, MBL Hercules 6 cylinder motor, 158 HP.
It needs a complete restoration. A great project boat for the Woody's at heart. Offered for sale by a show-quality restoration shop - sold as-is, or they would love to finish the boat for you.
Serviceable trailer also included.
|32006||22 Feet 1954 Chris Craft U-22||$8,500|
|This Chris Craft U22 is one of the most sought after utilities, going up in value. It comes with complete original hardware, and is awaiting a proud owner and a restorer to bring it back to life. A great project boat for the Woody's at heart. Offered for sale by a show-quality restoration shop - they would love to restore it for you! Hull #U-22-2053. Originally sent to Ithica, NY in 1954.|
|30354||22 Feet 1966 Century Raven||$9,000|
|Pretty, classic Century cuddy. This is a solid, running user boat. Engine rebuilt by the previous owner in the '90s. We have kept her fresh and updated with new decks, flooring, paint, varnish, etc. Mechanical work completed as needed by a professional marine mechanic. She still turns heads! |
|29700||22 Feet 1969 Burkhold Utility I/O||$8,500|
|This boat was built by a group of builders from Grew boatworks and closely resembles a Grew. It is one of only two known to exist. Double planked mahogany, built to look like a lapstrake, very unique. It is used regularly and runs great. There are a few cosmetic items that need to be addressed, but it is in good shape otherwise. Everything works and it is very reliable. Surprisingly good on fuel. Excellent family day boat. |
|36723||22 Feet 1958 Sea Hawk I/O Utility||$5,700|
|This was built from plans from 1958 Popular Science magazine. Boat builder could get most of the materials from the local lumber yard to complete hull. I acquired the unfinished hull a couple of years ago since the original builder's family wanted to see the boat completed, rather than burned. This is a heavily built boat which can seat four and a nice cuddy area which could sleep two. The Volvo 170 triple carbureted engine runs great and is coupled to a Volvo out drive. Very few hours on this boat|
|30069||23 Feet 1954-1956 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$10,000|
|Fair condition, needs a little work on the hull. Was restored in 2003 to great condition and then left outside on trailer for 6 months. Last run/in the water in 2004.|
|37705||23'3 Feet 1972 Formula Runabout ||$9,000|
|The first Formula 233 hull won the 1962 Miami-Nassau race, and launched the Formula brand with the Formula Junior. It is a very comfortable, seaworthy, and fast boat which remained in production for many decades. Has a great vintage look, yet it is also very practical.
“Misty” was one of the first of its kind in the 1000 Islands, always kept indoors and in great condition. Completely original but has not been detailed, to be tip-top she needs teak trim varnished and upholstery cleaned and re-stapled. Overall she looks great and doesn't need anything to be used and admired.
20 years ago she got a new engine, has sat unused for 15 years, put back in service with a little wrenching in 2015. Good compression. Exhaust manifolds and risers just replaced. Original fuel tank was bad, a new one has not been installed but the bay for it has been prepared. Runs like a champ! Used about 40 hours in 2016. This is an incredibly fun, fast boat ready for many more decades of use.
|36514||24 Feet 1905 Lozier Launch||$9,900|
|This very rare Lozier Launch was acquired from a Family in Saranac Lake, New York who owned the boat for many years. It is a very original example of a Lozier Launch with few examples remaining ion this length. All hardware is with the boat but it will require a well deserved restoration.|
|31548||24 Feet 1937 Keystone Sedan||$10,000|
|Great stable boat for fishing or commuting to the island camp with the hard top protecting from bad weather and thrifty to operate. Boat has been in the water every year of its 76 years! As of June 2015 the transom was refinished and other cosmetics improvements.|
|31764||24 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman||$7,500|
|This boat went through major restoration in 2005 at a professional restoration shop in NY. Chrysler engine, Morse shift lever and modern gauges were installed at that time. Boat has been sitting the last couple years and needs attention to the bright work. Comes with a full cover and convertible top. Update, Roof fell on windshield frame winter 2016/2017. Needs new windshield frame and slight deck work. Price reflects work that needs to be done.|
|37617||24 Feet 1961 Lyman 24 Sleeper||$9,900|
|This 24 Lyman has been in the water every summer since 2008. Hardtop configuration with sliding roof. Hull is equipped with trim tabs. Bilge pump, depth finder, and a toilet in the v-berth (which has never been used). Bottom was recaulked and painted in 2010. Also has a teak swim ladder! |
|36504||24 Feet 1968 Thompson Camper||$9,500|
|1968 Thompson wooden boat bought new in 1968. Still owned by the original owner. Has logged under 400 hours as verified by the Hobbs meter. Powered by a 225 horsepower Mercruiser V-8. Complete with galley, ice box, stove, water tank and pump and enclosed bunk. Fitted with a removable canvas top. Complete with trailer, its original paperwork and records of service and maintenance. |
|30888||24 Feet 1973 Crestliner||$6,000|
|A big water boat made with comfort in mind. In need of some cosmetic attention but, all-in-all, a sturdy island commuter or fishing boat. Port engine needs a reverse cable. Equipped with new canvas top, a swim platform, and older model fish finder.|
|28727||24 Feet 1973 Sea Ray Runabout||$5,800|
|New short block installed in 1990's with very low hours. recently replaced canvas that includes camper back, mooring cove, and normal top. new seats etc-2000,new gas tank-2001, new boot,out drive and lower unit-2003, new paint-2003, new batteries-2005. All receipts akep and this boat was used always in the 1000 islands and has always been stored indoors in both the summer and the winter.|
|36944||25 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Enclosed Cruiser||$9,500|
|1953 25’ Chris Craft Enclosed Cruiser. Hull #194 of 224. Second owner since 1978. Inboard gas 350 repowered 2012. New canvas, seats, cushions 2013. Dinette, galley, head, bunks. Very good condition. Mystic, CT. I have been around this boat since the 1978 when friends of my parents bought it. I then bought the boat from them in 1999 and have been the owner/maintainer since then working with my father to learn the trade of wooden boat ownership.|
|30785||25 Feet 1962 Lyman Sleeper||$8,500|
|Current owners have had this Lyman Sleeper for 5 years. Since they acquired the boat, they have purchased an Island home and they have elected to now part with the Lyman. The boat has all of its original hardware. The gauges are not original but are in working condition. The boat runs well and has a new bottom installed by St. Lawrence Restoration 2 years ago. |
|26561||25 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Cavalier||$9,000|
|In very good condition generally. Head functions, but the head area needs some TLC. Hull & topsides in good condition. In the water every season including in & around Nantucket Sound in 2005.|
|35846||26 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Cabin Cruiser||$6,900|
|This 26 Foot Chris Craft Cruiser has Twin screws, a small galley with ice box, a couch that converts to twin bunk beds, kitchen table and bench seats that convert to another bed. Head, port-a-potty and lots of storage in the V-berth. run in the St. Lawrence River and both engines run strong.|
|36512||26 Feet 1973 Skiff Craft||$5,500|
|A nice fresh water boat looking for some TLC and to get splashed back into service. Lapstrake build makes for a very comfortable ride and a seaworthy day cruiser. Equipped with wet bar sink, space for ice box and comfortable seating for 8 she would be perfect for family or day cruise use.|
|30909||26' Feet 1960 ANA/ Associated Naval Architect||$6,500|
|Very rare and beautifully styled boat built by ANA in Norfolk Virginia. This company built boats for the US Navy during WW II and later built pleasure craft. Engine was rebuilt in 1980 and now has approx 1000 hrs.These boats were sold in Henderson Harbor buy Herbert Legg where this boat was delivered new and has spent it's entire life!!|
|28217||26'6 Feet 1969 Ownens Sea Skiff||$6,500|
|This boat has been very well maintained and is in very good overall condition. A little cosmetic work is required. This would also be an excellent candidate for upgrading and modernizing.|
|31168||27 Feet 1958 Richardson Day Cruiser||$6,900|
|The 27' Richardson "Utility" day cruiser was based on the popular "Express" hull with added amenities. The single level cabin offers 6'3 of headroom and large sliding windows for ventilation and to ease docking efforts. This example has been described as a good user boat that would be very presentable with a bit of TLC. She was in the water recently and could go back in the water again in short order. She is powered with twin V8 engines that will push the boat to 30mph. Cedar hull, oak ribs and frames, and mahogany brightwork. |
|25414||28 Feet 1938 Hubert Johnson||$7,500|
|This 1938 Hubert Johnson requires a complete restoration. The decks on this boat need work, but hull is in sound condition. The engines are not connected, but are in good condition.|
|38029||28 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$10,000|
|Owned since one individual since 1961 and with only 10 hours on the boat. Powered with twin 283's and not used for many years. Owner is now too old to use the boat. |
|38043||28 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$7,000|
|A one owner boat with only 10 hours on it . Worthy of inspection and offered at a fair price for a 28 Foot Chris Craft Sea Skiff.|
|31935||28 Feet 1969 Trojan Sea Skiff Cruiser||$10,000|
|1969 Fully Restored Trojan Sea Skiff, I am looking to upsize to a larger boat. Sleeps 6 - ideal use for family floating cottage, perfect for inland waters. Currently in the water and is available for inspection. She just needs the regular spring cosmetics and maintenance. 2011 Survey available.
Additional info: Survey completed 2011 for insurance. Rebuilt 2008 383 Chrysler Magnum engine and upgraded electronics. 25 hours on engine. New plumbing. 2 marine batteries. Electronic ignition. Carb rebuilt. New canvas and interior fabric. Lots of equipment with boat.|
|36826||28 Feet Aloha Sailboat||$6,000|
|Here is a great opportunity for someone to get a terrific sailboat! Fin Keel with Skeg, 3 Sails & 1 extra, 2 Anchors, chain and rope Marine radio, Depth and Speed Log, Alcohol Stove, Docking bumpers, Sail cover, Tiller Steering, Double Life Lines, and a Custom Steel Cradle.|
|37450||28 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Constellation||$7,500|
|Iconic Chris Craft Constellation ready for a little TLC.....port engine new rebuild, starboard engine will need rebuild. Boat is in good structural condition but in need of some refinishing. Great project for the craftsman!|
|36713||30 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Constellation||$8,000|
|Extremely dry boat for its age. Both engines have been rebuilt but the port engine had a bad main seal so it will need to be rebuilt again. The starboard engine runs great but needs new oil dipstick holder, leaks at connection. Fuel lines (coast guard approved)
Head and galley still needs to be refinished.
25 gallon Fresh water tank, 10 gallon grey water holding tank.
List of items that has been replaced in the last four years.
4 batteries, mufflers, fuel water separators, 2 bilge blowers, Bilge pump, 2 Edlebrock 4bbl carbs, Electronic ignition with tachometers, exhaust manifolds, uppholstery, carpeting, fish finder, depth gauge.
Pulled in 2013, bottom painted (lead) with new zincs.
Have the original hull card and ordering information from the mariners museum.
$25,000 has been put into this boat.
She has not been used in months, need cleaning.|
|26628||30 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Cruiser||$7,500|
|I bought the boat in June of 2005. I have been able to work less than 5 hours on it. I will hate to see it go, but don't have the time. When I took her out the water she was running like a champ. She is ready to fish or cruise, needs paint and a few boards replaced. Original documentation exist for the motors. Boat is equipped with 3 pilot stations and all 3 are functional. Boat has va hole in the deck that needs to be repaiertd and also chines need to be worked on.|
|26819||30 Feet 1969 Pacemaker Sedan||$8,500|
|Mahogany hull, fiberglass cabin above deck, sleeps 6, galley, head, electric fridge/ice box, water system, 8 foot fiberglass dinghy, new bumpers, indoor winter stored. Same owners for last 28 years.|
|25937||30 Feet 1974 Luhrs Cruiser||$7,500|
|Needs restoration but this is a very worthwhile project with the capacity to sleep 4, head, stove and all the comforts of a small cruiser at a great price.|
|36975||31 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Express Cruiser ||$5,900|
|Boat has been out of the water for 20 plus years. Engines are in good condition, one has been rebuilt. Hull #31X-160 Twin Model M Chris Craft 130HP engines with reduction gears. (MR #75354 and ML #78025) Engines worked well when boat was put into covered storage in 1991 and have been turned over occasionally by hand. All double plank mahogany hull. Cabin with double bunks, sink, icebox, bathroom, and table that converts to a bed. The boat has been in Alexandria Bay NY since we bought it. It has been in covered storage. We took impeccable care of the boat until a severe winter windstorm in 1991 knocked part of the boathouse onto the boat snapping the bolt-on keel and windshield. Most all the damaged wood pieces are stored inside the cabin. The keel has been replaced but the windshield has not been repaired. Some damage was done also to the cabin top, nose, and gunwales. Hull, transom, deck are sound but have some rotted areas that need replacing. All hardware is original except the steering wheel which is missing. Interior and both engines, reduction gears, props, rudders, and shafts are in good order. Stainless steel shafts are new. Engines were running well when the boat was stored for the winter and have been turned over by hand occasionally. One engine was totally overhauled in the late 80's and the other had a complete valve job the following year. |
|30006||33 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Cavalier||$10,000|
|Chris Craft Cavalier, currently in the water and serviceable. Requires some restoration but is appears to be quite solid overall.|
|30686||33 Feet 1977 Carver Mariner||$7,500|
|Boat needs minor restoration and cosmetic clean up. Needs propeller and shaft replaced starboard side. One engine new at 9k other is rebuilt. Both engines need carburetors and one distributor, stolen off engines. |
|28178||34 Feet 1966 Morton Johnson Sea Skiff||$8,000|
|The hull is in need of refastening. The motors run well. The interior is in great condition.
Most recently surveyed in 2001.|
|36417||35 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$9,800|
|Very nice CC cruiser that would make a great live aboard too!! Port engine is new along with much new canvas in 2008. Full keel & stringer support float-on trailer for storage! Equipped with Paragon transmissions.|
|29923||36 Feet 1967 Owens Cruiser||$10,000|
|36' Owens Cruiser with twin 327 V8's. Requires some cosmetic attention but in serviceable condition. |
|37576||36' Feet 1966 Chris Craft Cavalier||$8,300|
|Classic Chris Craft Cavalier Yacht. All original paperwork and manuals. Clean Title. Lake Michigan Boat. Professional paint and canvas. Sleeps (6). Air conditioned. Stand up shower. Two heads. Kohler generator. Recent electronics. Stereo. Many spare parts. Complete with dock lines, fenders, life jackets, etc. Slipped in the Grand Haven MI area. |
|37022||38 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Cruiser||$8,500|
|A project boat but nothing to scare people away. The bottom is solid all ribs and bottom planks are in good condition. The work is in the upper half of the boat. Will need some new decking as the wood is delaminated. Two side planks are soft and will need to be replaced. Some interior cosmetic work will need to be done. Boat will run strong and the twin Caterpillars are very reliable. |
|36707||7 Feet 1961 Hydromite||$5,300|
|1961 Hydromite. Completely restored with 9hp Johnson, restored trailer, teak dash. Has not yet been in the water!
|29655||1941 Kermath Sea Wolf||$7,000|
|Selling this 225 HP Kermath Sea Wolf for parts. Complete as far as I know, less fuel pump, carbs, generator and piston rings.|