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by Rob

Our newest listing: a Grew Jolly Giant, 23′

March 11, 2019 in Uncategorized

Grew Jolly Giant: 23 ft. 1953

Notes from the owner below:
“This “barn find”  Grew is a true Georgian Bay boat.  I have a complete survey from May 2016 by David Buchanan. He went over every inch of this boat and found it to be in sound shape. Bottom and side planks are all rot free and ribs and frames the same. The Grew received a market evaluation of $45,000 to $55,000

The boat is in need of a total paint and varnish job and new upholstery too. I put the Jolly Giant into the water last summer and got the engine working like a top. I installed a new gas tank, filters and carburetor.

The motor is a Buchannan 283 v8 and looks like and runs like new. I did a compression test and all cylinders are perfect.  (The engine is a Chevrolet small block V8, marinized by Buchanan, and installed in the 1960s). Running time on the engine has been low since installation.

This boat would be easy to complete cosmetically.  The price compares very favourably with the two other Jolly Giants on your website.”

Price: $25,000     For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.    Ad number pb848
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by Rob

Our newest listing: a Braydon Boy runabout, 16′

March 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

Braydon Boy runabout: 16 ft., 1957

Mahogany classic runabout with Johnson 40 hp outboard motor with electric starter.
Mahogany with red base and red and white seats and matching steering wheel.
Includes new galvanized trailer and red canvas custom cover and anchors.
Both the boat and motor were fully restored in 2017)
(Owner is selling due to a move from Canada)

Runabout classique en acajou avec moteur hors-bord Johnson 40cv avec démarreur électrique.
Acajou avec base rouge et sièges rouges et blancs et volant assorti.
Comprend une nouvelle remorque galvanisée et une couverture et des ancres personnalisées en toile rouge.
Le bateau et le moteur ont été entièrement restaurés en 2017

(Le propriétaire vend en raison d’un déménagement du Canada)

Price: $9,500 CDN  For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb847
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by Rob

New price on a handsome Hunter utility: 22.5 ft., 1947

December 5, 2018 in Uncategorized

We have been instructed by the owner to reduce the price on this classic Hunter utility. The new price,  including a tandem axle trailer, is $15,000 CDN.
Notes from the owner below:

1947,  22.5 ft.’ Hunter in very good condition.  New bottom and frame work in 2000 by Brechin Marine.  Engine rebuilt and new gauges in winter of 2016 by Giles Marine. Fresh varnish this spring. We have used the boat every summer since we bought it in 1996.

Hunter boats were built in Orillia in the old Ditchburn factory where Ditchburn built their larger cruisers.  Al Hunter worked for Ditchburn and started Hunter Boats after Ditchburn declared bankruptcy.

Price is for boat, modified Mastercraft trailer and mooring cover.

Original Price:  $18,000. New price:   (Dec 2018) , $15,000.  For contact information,  please click on the link.  Ad number pb832
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by Rob

Our newest listing: a 16 ft. Shepherd, plus another recently sold Hacker-Craft

November 13, 2018 in Uncategorized

Shepherd runabout: 16 ft, 1961

Notes from the owner below.
“Immaculately maintained 1961 Shepherd for sale. We’ve had this boat in our family for over 40 years. It is in top condition. No mechanical or boat damage.”
The Shepherd seats five comfortably.
(Ed note: Power comes from an oil injected 115 Mercury outboard engine. Maximum speed is close to 50 mph. The gas tank is a  built-in  stainless steel unit. The trailer, in very sound condition, offers newer tires and wiring.  The sale includes a full mooring cover, two paddles, a bilge pump, six life jackets and bumpers.)
Price: $12,500.  For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.  Ad number pb843   Additional photos below

Recently sold Hacker-Craft (below)

 


Congratulations to the buyer and seller of this modern-day Hacker-Craft. Contemporary technology combined with classic looks make this triple cockpit launch a real show-stopper. The asking price on the Hacker-Craft was $125,000. (The owner stated that he received a “good price” for the boat.)  Please see notes from the owner and additional photos below.

Hacker-Craft 26 ft, 1997
This beautiful boat is in lovely condition. (The varnish was refreshed this year by Mike Windsor, professional restorer.)
There is wood trim throughout: in all three cockpits as well as the engine compartment.
All three cockpits have windshields.
The Hacker-Craft received a new double-planked bottom in 2003-4 and comes with custom paint and exhausts. The 454 ci Crusader engine has only 131 hours on the clock. The Hacker has been boat-house kept since new.

by Rob

Our newest listing: a Grew Sea Master, 20′, 1947.

June 28, 2018 in Uncategorized


Grew Sea Master: 20 ft., 1947
(Notes from the owner below)
“Rare, Semi-enclosed deluxe utility, completed restored by Canadian Heritage Boats! Marine survey dated 2016. Complete list of features available. Serious inquiries only, please.  Cost of materials & labour during restoration exceeded $ 50,000″.

Price:  $19,600 CDN    For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb822 Additional photos below.

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