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by Rob

Drastic price reduction on a Century Raven, 22 ft.

September 8, 2019 in Uncategorized

We have been instructed by the owner to reduce the price on this classic Raven from 25,000 to $9,000 USD. Please see notes from the owner below.

Classic Century Raven: 22 ft, 1958

“This classic Century Raven has had only two owners,  the second having owned the boat for the last thirty-five years. This versatile  Raven is an excellent rough water family boat.  All the original accessories are included. The engine has only 60-80 hours running time.  The sale includes a tandem axle trailer with disc brakes in good condition. (The bottom of the Century needs work).”

Original price:  $25,000  New price: $9,000 USD  or best offer.  WOW!.  For further details and contact information, please click on the link.  Ad number pb820

More photos below:

 

by Rob

Eight recently sold boats!

September 3, 2019 in Uncategorized

Congratulations to the sellers and buyers of the eight boats listed below.  We hope that the new owners have many years of pleasure from their  “woody” purchases.

(above)      Peterborough cedar-strip: 13 ft., 1949   Excellent original condition; listed for $3,500  CDN. Sold August 2019  (Ad number pb877)

Seabird Swan: 22 ft., 1955 Excellent condition, listed for $19,000 CDN.   Sold August 2019.  Ad number pb858

Hacker-Craft: 24 ft., 2003.  Excellent condition. Listed at $79,000.    Sold August, 2019  (Ad number pb856)

Custom Mini Racer: Clean boat refurbished. 50 hp. Listed at $9,000.  Sold August 2019  (Ad number pb869)

Giesler “Georgian Bay” 18 ft., 2007.  Listed for $15,750      (Ad number pb834)

Hunter Utility. 22 ft., 1947 Listed for $15,000    Very good condition.   Sold August 2019.  (Ad number pb832)

Grew “Cruiser” 18 ft., 1968. Good condition. Price reduced to $4,000.  Sold July 2019  (Ad number pb721)

Greavette Utillity:  20 ft. 1949.  Solid condition. Price drastically reduced to $10,000.  Sold July, 2019.  (Ad number pb517)

 

 

 

by Rob

New listing: a triple cockpit SeaBird; 18′, 1941

August 28, 2019 in Uncategorized


     Port Carling Boatworks SeaBird: 18 ft. 1941

Notes from the owner below:
This triple cockpit SeaBird has been under present ownership for thirty years. When purchased,  several hull planks were replaced, along with other refurbishments,  including an engine rebuild. The upholstery was also replaced and the hardware re-chromed. In 2015, the engine underwent a major tune-up at Parry Automotive.  The decking and sides of the SeaBird have been  re-varnished within the last two years.

 

Price: $15,000.  CDN.  For further details and contact information, please click on the link.   Ad number pb881

More photos below.

by Rob

The Clayton, New York vintage boat show is fast approaching

July 30, 2019 in Uncategorized

Argggghhhh  then maties!   It’s time once again to cast off anchors and set sail for the annual Clayton Classic Boat Show, in Clayton. Thousand Islands,  New York
This show is one of the largest classic boating events in the USA, The event is housed at the Antique Boat Museum, a wonderful museum featuring some of the finest wooden watercraft in the world.
As well as magnificent woodies on display on land and in the water,  the Show offers an auction of antique and classic boats and vendors’ display with many marine related items for sale
This year, two iconic race boats are highlighted:;Baby Gars Snail and Cicada.  So press-gang the crew, and cast off for Clayton!

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by Rob

The ACBS Gravenhurst Boat Show rocks again!

July 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

Mother Nature cooperated again this year for the ACBS (Toronto Chapter) International vintage boat show, held in Gravenhurst Ontario, this past Saturday.
Although temperatures bordered on scorching at 33 degrees Celsius, a steady breeze from Lake Muskoka provided enough relief to keep visitors engaged with the Show. Enjoy the photos below and stay tuned for the video(s) to come!

Sunny skies helped to draw several thousand visitors to the show rhis year.

“Traveller” well over 100 years in age, was the poster boat for this year’s show.

Historic vessels of 100 years or older were the featured boats of 2019.

This monster Shepherd graced the docks in Gravenhurst.

“Crusoe”, a hard top sedan.

A beautifully restored long deck launch.

A beautifully refurbished Duke ulitility.

Love that blue upholstery!

Escaping the sun in the back of this classic Shepherd.

An engine with a fibreglassic boat attached!

Monster engine!

This classic Shepherd is for sale at $35,000.

Very functional wraparound seating in this stunning Hacker.

A rare “mini” Greavette at only 15 ft. in length.

Army boat from the Second World War. The marine manufacturers were engaged to produce military vessels.

Lightweight, versatile cedar-strip boats are permanent fixtures at many events, and are still produced today.

Port Carling Boats maintains a booth at the annual Gravenhurst show to market our clients’ vintage boats.

This vintage lapstrake boat was listed at $13,500 in the Field of Dreams.

More Field of Dreams treasures.

The Peterborough cedarstrip oat in the middle, complete with a 30 hp Evinrude and trailer, was offered at $2,900.

The Maple Leaf outboard motor club had an excellent display this year, seen in part above.

The field of Dreams again

Beautiful Chrysler convertible

The unique French Citroen with hydraulic? suspension.


More to come. Stay tuned!

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