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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: an 18 ft. Hunter, 1954

August 28, 2018 in Uncategorized

Hunter runabout,  18 ft., 1954

Please see information from the owner below.:
“We bought the boat 9 years ago. We have restored the engine, transmission, floor and hull. The boat runs great and doesn’t need anything. The trailer and cover are included. The Hunter is currently located in Montreal, Quebec.”
Price $20,000    For further details and contact information, please click on the link.   Ad number pb835.  Additional photos below.

S'il vous plaît voir les informations du propriétaire ci-dessous .:
"Nous avons acheté le bateau il y a 9 ans. Nous avons restauré le moteur, la transmission, le plancher et la coque. Le bateau fonctionne bien et n'a besoin de rien. La remorque et la couverture sont incluses. Le Hunter est actuellement situé à Montréal, Québec."
Prix ​​20 000 $ Pour plus de détails et les coordonnées, veuillez cliquer sur le lien. Numéro d'annonce pb835. Photos supplémentaires ci-
dessous.

by Rob

Our newest listing: a Greavette Sunflash.

March 27, 2018 in Uncategorized

Pete Canning and his Greavette

Greavette Sunflash: 17.5 ft., 1964
Notes from the owner:
“1964 Rare Gravette Sunflash with a mahogany planked hull, original Mercruiser 4cyl 110 HP engine, recently rewired with electrical standard upgraded current safety standards. New SW Gauges. Modified windscreen and newer steering fitted. Sale includes a Bear single axle trailer with bearing buddies.
Reluctant Sale, but moving to Australia and cannot take it.”
Price: $14,750.  For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.Ad number pb807
(Additional photos below.)

Pete Canning and his Greavette

Pete Canning and his Greavette

by Rob

Three classic boats find new homes.

February 26, 2018 in Uncategorized

The market for classic boats is heating up once again as spring approaches.  The three boats previously  listed on the Port Carling Boats website (below) have sold recently and are off to new homes.  Congratulations to both vendors and buyers!
Jafco Seamaster: 17.6 ft, 1953 (previous ad number pb622)
Port Carling SeaBird: 16 ft, 1935  (Previous ad #pb795)
Hacker-Craft runabout:20 ft.,2001  (Previous ad #pb687)

by Rob

Our newest listing: a Lonestar CruiseLiner; 24 ft, 1966.

January 21, 2018 in Uncategorized

Lonestar CruiseLiner III: 24 ft, 1966

This classic cruiser features a riveted aluminium hull, no leaks, solid as Gibraltar – this boat will still be seaworthy at twice it\’s age!
The motor is a Chrysler 235 ‘Slant Six’ engine with Penta stern drive; the most reliable gas engine combination ever used. The valves have been redone and the carburetor rebuilt. The Chrysler runs great.

Extensively refitted in 2010/
– new wheelhouse roof
– new extended hardtop
– new turtle deck
– new doghouse
– all new premium canvas
– new helm
– new wiring
– dual bank battery system with backup starting battery on house bank
– dual bilge pumps (one on each battery bank)
– 100 Watt solar charger on engine bank
– 250 Watt solar charger on house bank
– 5″ colour chart plotter with GPS and sonar
– marine VHF radio with loud hailer and distress button (radio connected to chartplotter for automatic position reporting)
– 4 speaker sound system with AM/FM/CD/MP3 player
– 12 volt/120 volt refrigerator
– water pump and pressure tank.
(Note: The owner has enough American Yacht Club recommended paint to repaint the hull of the Lonestar. This paint is no longer available in Canada.)

Price: $9000.   For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.  Ad number pb793  (Additional photos below)