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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

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by Rob

New listing: a Shepherd runabout:, 22′, 1964

August 31, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Shepherd Gentleman’s runabout: 22 ft., 1964

Notes from the owner below:
“I have owned the boat for 35 years. It has been a “boat-house boat”, going out on the water on good days.”
The boat was fully restored and the interior was replaced in the eighties. It has been stored in a covered marina or boathouse ever since on Lake Simcoe. The engine has never required any work. The carburetor was replaced with an Edelbrock. This year the rudder was replaced with a stronger and larger one.
I am selling because it is not a practical cottage boat for Georgian Bay”

Price: $12,000     For further details and contact information, please click on the link.  Ad number pb883
Additional photos below.

by Rob

A new Hunter listing and a major price reduction on a Mac Craft

August 22, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hunter Utility:   22 ft., 1947

The Hunter was running and seaworthy when it was put into storage fifteen years ago. The engine has recently been restarted and appears to be running well. The ignition system features a twelve volt system for starting the engine and a 6 volt system for the running lights and siren.  The sale includes a single axle bunk trailer with large tires as well as a traditional top with chromed supports The boat will be taken for an in-water “sea-trial” this summer.
(Editor’s note: Stay tuned for the video on this boat..)
Price: $10,000   For further details, photos and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb870
Additional photos below.

 

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Major Price reduction on a Mac Craft Utility;18 ft., 1941.


We have been instructed by the vendor to adjust the price on this beautifully maintained Mac Craft from $35,000 to $25,000. Please see the notes below.

Mac Craft Utility style launch: 20 ft., 1941

Description:
A 1941 Mac Craft 18’ utility mahogany launch lovingly maintained and fully restored in 2015/2016 to it’s original glory.
Owned by one family since built, now available for sale.
Currently located on Browning Island, Lake Muskoka.

Purchaser must collect from Lake Muskoka (i.e. no delivery, no trailer).
Original Price: $35,000    New price:  $25,000
Estimated value is $35,000 CDN. Will entertain reasonable offers only.”  For further details, photos and contact information, please click on the link.   Ad number pb871

Hull Description:

Length O.A. 20.0 ’ The hull had a full restoration in 2015/2016. New hull frames were made and new bottom planking and a new half transom were installed. Restoration work was done by James Osler, of James Osler Classic Boat Restorations.
Length W.L. 19.5 ’
Beam 7.0 ’
Draft 18 ”
Colour / Materials Decks and hull side dark brown red (mahogany), decking mahogany plywood, frames – white oak.

 

Machinery:

Engine Grey Marine, flat head 6, model 109, horsepower 110HP, max speed 30 mph, raw water cooling system, copper pipes with exhaust hose couplers
Batteries One 12 volt
Wiring Great condition with fuse holder

 

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

New listing: a Greavette Sheerliner; 22 ft., 1953

July 26, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greavette Sheerliner: 22 ft., 1953


Notes from the owner below
This classic Greavette was restored with a new bottom approximately eighteen years ago. It has been regularly maintained since then. The utility style layout accommodates up to eight persons.  The Sheerliner  is powered by a 200 hp. 6 cylinder engine. The boat is fully functional and ready for a new home. (More notes to follow).

Price:  $20,000          Ad number pb875
Please check out the video and additional photos  below for a closer look.

 

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