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by Rob

One of our newest listings: a Grew outboard runabout, 18′, 1963

October 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

Grew Outboard runabout: 18 ft, 1963

Built in Penetang in 1963. this 18 foot Grew lapstrake boat was purchased from the original owner.  It has been well cared for and kept in a boat-house since brand new.  This is a one-of-a-kind boat. The sale include a virtually new Yamaha 70 hp motor and a single axle trailer in mint condition.

Original Price: $12,000.  New Price: $9,800    For further details and contact information, please click on the link…  Ad number pb757 (Additional photos below).

by Rob

Our newest listing: Grew Jolly Giant, 24′

July 27, 2017 in Uncategorized

Grew Jolly Giant:24 ft, 1937
The Golden Fleece is a 24-foot utility style boat built in 1937 by Grew at their original works at Jackson’s Point on Lake Simcoe, Ontario. She then became a major part of the lives of all of the Denisons, Kirkpatricks, Macklems, Martins and Rosses who vacationed on Heydon Island in Lake Muskoka until 1998. Over sixty summers on the Muskoka Lakes, “the Fleece” shuttled family from the mainland to the cottage, went on family picnics and toured visitors on many excursions up through Lakes Muskoka. Joseph and Rosseau.

The Golden Fleece was stored and serviced at the Greavette boat works in Gravenhurst until the late 50’s. From that time until 1998 she was stored at Heydon Island and maintained by Peter and Ray Campbell at Campbell’s Landing.

When Heydon Island was sold in 1998, The Golden Fleece was retained by the family and restored over time with the project completed in 2011. “Golden Fleece” is powered by an eight cylinder, 275 hp, 327 ccc Chrysler marine engine, rebuilt in 2011. The motor is in excellent condition, with less than 100 hours use since the rebuild. Although she was built at Jackson’s Point, she has always been a “Muskoka boat”, never having spent any real time in any other waters.

Storage history:
1937 – 1960 – Greavette Boatworks, Gravenhurst
1960 – 1998 – Heydon Island, Lake Muskoka
1998 – 2001 – Campbell’s Landing, Gravenhurst, Ontario
2001 – 2007 – Harrowsmith, Ontario
2008 – Present – Wykes Boatworks, Harlem, Ontario

Price: $80,000. CDN. For contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb752 Additional photos below.

by Rob

Our newest listing: a versatile Grew ‘Cruiser’ runabout: 17′,11″, 1968

November 18, 2016 in Uncategorized

pb721-1Grew Cruiser: 17 ft. ll in. 1968
This incredibly original Grew Cruiser has been with its current owner for 31 years. It has always been stored indoors. It has had 6 day trips to the lake in 2016. It is powered by an Aquamatic 80 Volvo inboard/outboard. The hull is of marine grade plywood, lapstrake design and had a paint refresh in spring 2016. It comes with a top including a stern curtain and clear side window panels – all of which are in great condition. The interior wood is made of mahogany with a Nautolex vinyl decking and floor covering. The trailer was custom built for this boat and is included. it had new rollers and bearings installed in 2016.

Asking price $7900 For additional photos (not all are shown below) and contact information, please click on the link.  Ad number pb721




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Our newest listing: a fully restored Grew Seamaster: 20 ft, 1956

June 16, 2016 in Uncategorized

Grew Seamaster: 20 ft, 1956
Notes form the owner:
Grew Seamaster: 20 ft, 1956
This Grew is a Standard model Seamaster with lapstrake planking – the forward deck is enclosed with Philippine mahogany decking. The power plant, a Chris-Craft 8 cylinder, 185 hp. engine, features a Hydraulic transmission and a 4 barrel Carter carburetor. Upgrades include new wiring, cushions and a fiberglass gas tank. This boat has been completely restored. Included in the sale is a 2009 Easy Hauler tandem axle trailer in brand new condition.
Price: $15,000 (More photos below.) For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad# pb694
Editor’s note: If this boat is as good as it looks in the photos, the price seems very reasonable.)