November 22, 2019 in Uncategorized
We have been instructed by the vendor to adjust the price on this classic 16 ft., 1961 Shepherd runabout from $12,500 to $9,500.
Please see notes from the owner below.
Shepherd runabout: 16 ft, 1961
“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. 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.)
Original Price: $12,500. New Price, Nov, 2019 $9,500 For further details and contact information, please click on the link below.
Ad number pb843
August 31, 2019 in Uncategorized
October 30, 2018 in Uncategorized
Our newest listing: a Shepherd utility, 18 ft., 1952.
Please see notes from the owner below.
This mahogany plank runabout was completely restored by my late father following his retirement in 2010. It has been stored indoors and never put in the water and includes a custom built single axle trailer. Complete with a rebuilt flat head 125 HP, 6 cylinder Gray Marine with Paragon transmission and professionally re-upholstered maroon seats. Quick Launch Marine Survey (QL1132) done in June of 2011, rated in good condition, appraised at $13-14,000. Price: Asking $12,000. For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb842 (Additional photos below).
Congratulations to the seller and buyer of this 1955 Chris-Craft Continental. (below) The boat was advertised at $16,500. Once again the boat was sold through the Port Caling Boats website. The owner, Doug H., stated that he received a fair price for the Continental.
Chris-Craft Continental: 20ft, 1955
This 1955 mahogany Chris-Craft was located in a neighbour’s dry (dirt floor) boat house in 2012. It had been in storage for twenty years! The boat was wet sanded, re-varnished and all the chrome was re-polished. The Continental has always been boat house stored and offers strong wood in great shape. The boat runs really well…a fast 28 mph+, powered by a 6 cylinder 120 hp Hercules with three carbs. The engine has been converted to a twelve volt system, so it starts easily. An automatic bilge pump has also been installed in the boat. Last year a fresh coat of copper bottom paint was applied to the hull. The Chris-Craft seats four or five comfortably and handles the ‘big water’ of Georgian Bay. The sale includes four life jackets and a safety kit.
March 16, 2017 in Uncategorized
Shepherd runabout: 22 ft., 1957
The Shepherd was refurbished in 1998 by Dwight Boyd of Clarion Boats. The work undertaken included a full refinishing, with extensive bottom work and some new planking. The engine underwent a complete rebuild. Over $35,000 was spent in the restoration. The sale includes a custom made tandem axle trailer with hydraulic brakes, a travel cover and safety equipment.
Price: $27,500. (More photos below.) For contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb728
August 15, 2014 in Uncategorized
Our newest listing:
Classic Shepherd runabout, 18 ft, 1955
This Shepherd runabout, boat house stored, comes with a glass windshield and a completely rebuilt engine.
Photos and notes from Michael Cooke,the technician, below.
“Since 2007 I have performed the following work on the 1955 18 foot Shepherd.
All the wiring has been replaced with ABYC standards. This included all new switches, all new Stewart Warner “Wing” series gauges. The electrical system was upgraded from 6 to 12 volt and a new starter and generator were installed. AT this time, a new coil and a Petronics electronic ignition system was also installed. A second, larger (1 and 1/8th” diameter.) bilge pump was installed as a back up to the main bilge pump.The fuel tank was removed and cleaned and new fuel gauge sending unit installed. The varnish on the back half of the boat was stripped and redone, due to fading and moisture blistering.. The whole boat has been varnished as well at the same time. I also changed the copper exhaust system. The engine was rebuilt by Patrick Keefe of Antique Marine Engines in Pickering, Ontario, in 2011. This included all new pistons, hardened valve seats, valve guides, valve springs and one valve. I sistered a couple of cracked frames under the engine before the engine was reinstalled in the boat.”
For further information, please see ad number pb609 on the Classic/Antique Wooden Boats page, or click on the link. pb609