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by Rob

Our newest listing: a Peterborough Nomad: 17′, 1957

June 26, 2017 in Uncategorized


Peterborough Nomad:,  17 ft, 1957
This delightful little doll is the dream of all boaters and nicknamed “The Cupcake”.

Lovingly restored by a Peterborough aficionado in 2010 and meticulously maintained by the owner. Stored on a lift in a boat house during the summer and in a professional marina storage facility during the winter. Included is the original trailer, 35 hp Johnson Super Sea Horse motor, custom cover and other vintage details.

In the mid to late 50\’s, fiberglass boats were beginning to be made and cedar strip or wooden boats were thought be out of style so Peterborough Boat Works started to paint the hull of their cedar strip boats white to look like the new fiberglass boats.

The sale includes a single axle Tee Nee trailer restored in 2010 and in excellent condition.

Make this beauty the cherry on your vintage boat collection or an excellent start to your dream wooden armada.
Price: $9500:   For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.  Ad number pb748   (Additional photos below.)

by Rob

Our newest listing: a Chris Craft Sea Skiff, 23′, 1962

June 14, 2017 in Uncategorized

Chris-Craft Sea Skiff: 23 ft, 1962


Excellent example of a Chris Craft Sea Skiff Cuddy Cabin. The boat features a 283 Chevrolet Chris Craft Marine Engine that is strong and well maintained. Newer upholstery shows well with no rips or tears. Boat comes with many spare parts including drive shaft, and extra propellers. Two new batteries were purchased for the Skiff last year. Boat comes with recent survey Fall 2015 that values the boat at $18,500 alone. Also included in the sale is a  tandem axle trailer shown in the photo, a cockpit cover, two large fenders, bilge pump, two anchors, 2 paddles, four life jackets and two white deck chairs.
Price: $17,900 or best offer.
Have a look at the video on youtube. (below)


What a great boat in which to celebrate Canada’s upcoming 150th anniversary. The red and white colour scheme really tells the story!
For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb741. (More photos below)

by Rob

Our newest listing: a Lakefield “Sioux”, 14′, 1955

June 13, 2017 in Uncategorized

Lakefield Sioux:

This 1955 14 foot Lakefield Sioux molded mahogany wooden runabout is powered by a 1961 Merc. 400 45 horsepower outboard and trailer. The Lakefield has been completely restored to show quality in 2007 and is in perfect condition. All of the wood was completely stripped and refinished inside and out with 10 coats of Epifanes varnish. The motor has been completely restored and rebuilt as well. This boat won best outboard boat and motor at the Antique and Classic Boat Society Muskoka show in 2008 and is ready to show again. The boat is always garage stored and you will not find a nicer one for sale.

Price: $7,500. For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb738 (Additional photos below.)

by Rob

Dramatic price reduction on classic Shepherd: 22 ft, 1953

May 9, 2017 in Uncategorized

Shepherd Utility: 22 ft, 1953

We have been instructed by the owner to adjust the price on this award winning Shepherd. Originally priced at $125,000, the new price is $80,000 USD or best offer!
Notes from the owner:
“This beautiful 1953 Shepherd 22’ utility runabout African mahogany boat has won many boat show awards. She is powered with original 150 HP Gray Marine engine, Paragon hydrostatic transmission, and new 12 volt Dura test 84 mo. 1000 CCA battery. Boat was restored by Woodwind Yachts, Nestleton, Ontario, Canada, making this Shepherd a special eye-catcher in any boating event. Attention during restoration was made to original details including:

– Third owner since new with documents available.
– Rechromed with lots of bright chrome.
– Original bow light with integral circulating air vent.
– Deck mounted chrome siren.
– Dual chrome spot lights mounted on each side of the windshield.
– A rear view chrome mirror in center of windshield.
– Seats are upholstered in quality marine grade green naugahyde with white piping.
– Floor has “special” Waterhog carpet rope design adding to the quality ride and nautical appearance.
– The galvanized fuel tank has been replaced with a new custom fabricated 20 gal. baffled stainless steel tank for longevity.
– Bilge pumps installed fore and aft.
– Original hour meter with less than 600 hours.

The 12 coat marine varnish finish topside and the bottom, recently refinished using Interlux bottom enamel, complete the name of the boat: “Beaut Too”, the pride of the show.

In addition, the boat comes with a custom made fitted slotted mooring cover with ½” braided docking lines and three canvas
covered docking custom fenders to help protect the boat when tied up at a dock. The boat comes complete with custom mahogany
boarding ladder and matching gaff with 6’ handle and chrome hook along with a Shepherd paddle, bow flag and ensign.

Finally, the boat rides on a special 30’ heavy duty American 5 Star tandem axle trailer with five 8 ply 14” Michelin tires mounted on anti-rust wheels, hydraulic surge brakes for controlled braking and torsion suspension stabilizer. All these provide a safer, smoother and more comfortable ride when towing.

This well-maintained boat has always been run in fresh water and has been garaged in a controlled warehouse when not in the water. Boat located in Marietta, Georgia, USA. Asking $80,000 U.S. For more exacting details and options call Hal Crawford at 470-514-5582 or email jeanandhal@gmail.com.

This boat is ready for fun and show, a real rare find. Owner says NO but wife says MUST GO.
For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb708 (Additional photos below.)

by Rob

Our newest listing: A Greavette Sunflash: 17.5 ft, 1970

May 3, 2017 in Uncategorized


Greavette Sunflash: 17 ft., 1970
Notes from the owner below:
“I have a September 9th,  2015  “Condition Evaluation Survey” from True Heading Surveyor.  (See Trueheading.com) . A PDF Copy of the Report with pictures is available. The replacement cost of the Greavette is listed at $42,000. The current value of the boat as inspected by the surveyor is $16,200. (The Greavette was  listed in good condition by the surveyor)

The Sunflash is powered bi a 4 cyl, 120 h.p Mercruiser engine, which was rebuilt in 2004 at a cost of over $6,000. (An invoice is available on request)  The engine has had less than 100 hours use since then. In 2016 a new battery was installed .  I hauled the boat from Gordonsville, VA to Home in 6 hrs.  Easy hauling.  It spent one season in the Savannah River.  The Greavette has never been  never been in salt water.” The sale includes a bimini top, trailer and depth finder.
Price: $16,000. For contact information,  please click on the link. Ad number pb733 More photos below.