What a great way to celebrate Earth Week! Enhance the Covid-19 quiet with even greater silence on the water with these two “human propelled” water-craft.
Vintage double-ender lapstrake rowing skiff: 16 ft.
Sixteen foot. wooden double-ender row boat, constructed using clinker (lapstrake) style planking. Similar to Matinicus Peapod but no provenance. Was obtained on Manitoulin Island in Ontario. Stripped by current owners and ready for refinishing. Some repair needed (possibly keel-strip) Four oars available, two original with oar locks and two without oar locks. Please inquire by email initially.
Price: $1,200 For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb897
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Custom canoe (below)
Ed note: Sorry, the canoe was sold on May 5, 2020
Custom canoe: 16 ft., 1972
Sixteen foot, cedar-strip canoe with caned seats in meticulous condition. Built in 1972 by a master carpenter in Goderich, Ontario Always stored inside. One owner. The canoe was finished with a clear polyester or epoxy resin. (No paddles available). Please contact the owner by email initially for further information. Price $800.00 For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb898
We have been instructed by the owners to reduce the prices on the three classic/antique boats listed below. SeaBird utility: 20 ft. 1940 (above) “A well maintained antique woody in great working condition”. Original price, $29,900. New price (March 2020) $12,000 WOW! For further details, please click on the link. Ad number pb786
RIchardson Picnic Launch: 22 ft., 1939 (above)
$23,000 was spent in 2013 on professionally refurbishing this boat. She is ready for inspection. Powered by a 4 cylinder Volvo engine. 145 bhp. A tandem axle trailer is included in the sale. Original price: $20,000. New price (March 2020). $15,000. For further details, please click on the link. Ad number pb638
Shepherd runabout: 16 ft, 1961 (above)
“Immaculately maintained 1961 Shepherd. It is in top condition. No mechanical or boat damage.” Powered by a 115 hp V drive Mercury. A trailer is included in the sale. Original price: $12,500. New price, (March, 2020) $9,500. For further details, please click on the link. Ad number pb843
Congratulations to the seller and buyer of this 27 foot, 1998 Hacker Gentleman’s Racer (above). The boat has been completely restored. Power comes from a 496 HP Crusader engine. The asking price on the Hacker was $128,000. New prices on three classics; (below)
“Wasan” (above) a beautiful, iconic 27 foot Ditchburn, built in 1927, was completely refurbished in 2017, including a new bottom. Originally priced at $295,000, the asking price is now $275,000. Please click on the link for additional photos and details. Ad number pb854
Fibreglass Century “Ski-Fury: 16 ft. 1974
This boat (above) has had a new interior installed which is not original. The Boat presents well and is a true Muskoka Lakes classic. The engine is a Dodge 340 and is fresh with approximately 30 hours on it. There is a full cockpit cover and brand new custom designed trailer. The boat is an inboard and in good overall condition. A few nicks and scratches and all around cool looking boat.
There is a windscreen but a piece needs repair and or replacement.
Viewing available after April 15th for interested parties.
Note: Some photos are of the old trailer and a couple are of the new custom made trailer.
Original price: $8,000. New price: (March, 2020) $6,00. For further details, please click on the link. Ad number pb851
Esco cabin cruiser; 35 ft., 1949
Please see notes from the owner below. Boat Description “Pudgie (photo above) was built in Essex, Ontario, by James Whitson and his crew at the Esco Boat Co. I am the third owner of this well cared for boat. She turns heads every where we go. She is a custom boat, with her own Good looks. Something different!! Many interesting details in her construction. Simple and roomy, down below. This boat has seen many ACBS shows in the area and gets used regularly. I have owned and enjoyed “Pudgie” for 12 yrs, including a 2 week Honeymoon, among the Erie Islands of western Lake Erie, 2015.
The Chrysler Marine 383, engine was installed new in 1963. The heads were done in 2003, new exhaust manifolds, Petronix ignition, 2015. The engine has had meticulous care. She purrs like a kitten. The windshield was completely rebuilt and the bottom re-caulked ( with cotton, the old fashion way) and re-fastened in 2014-15. New toilet and flooring in the head, 2019.”
Original Price: $34,000 CDN.
New Price: (March 2020) $29,999(about $22,500 USD at current exchange rates.) For further details, please click on the link. Ad number pb885
Congratulations to the sellers and buyers of the two “woodies” above and below: a classic Greavette sedan and a Stan Hunter built reproduction Billy Johnson runabout. We hope that the new owners will enjoy years of great boating with their new acquisitions.
The 24 ft, 1949 Greavette Sheerliner, pictured above and below, was completedly restored with a 5200 bottom and a new 350 hp V8 engine. The Greavette was listed at $99,000
Stan Hunter, builder of the 16 foot, 2007 Billy Johnson designed runabout pictured below, hand-crafted the runabout with a cedar hull and white oak frames. The “Gerry .D” is powered by a quiet 40 hp four stroke Yamaha engine. The boat was listed at $20,000. (Photo below)
A plea for help from the individual who tried to contact the owner of the Whitehall skiff pictured below. Somehow your email inquiry disappeared into cyberspace. Please contact the owner again. The link to his website is here. Ad number pb865