Please see notes from the owner below:
“This is a great runabout and is fun to use. Restored three years ago, the Cavalier is powered by a 90 hp. Chris-Craft, six cylinder engine that starts right away and runs very well. I am self employed and work weekends primarily so I never get to use her; otherwise I would not sell. The Cavalier comes with a trailer, cover and everything you need to get out on the lake.”
Price: $12,900. For further details, and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb867. Additional photos below.
Chris-Craft sedan Flybridge cabin cruiser: 27 ft., 1955
This classic Chis-Craft cabin cruiser is in good condition, as are the refurbished twin 6 cylinder 105 hp. engines.
With a displacement of 5000 lbs, the Chris-Craft is very trailerable. The sale includes forward and aft bilge pumps, a Lowrance, LGC 3000 GPS system, VHF radio, two thirty gallon fuel tanks, a fifteen gallon fresh water tank, 2 batteries with automatic charger, twelve life jackets, a life ring, two certified fire extinguishers, a newer shore cable, anchor, multiple lies and fenders, a porta-potty and a swim ladder. (Wiring is twelve volt.)
For the last four years, the cruiser has not been used for more than four to six hours annually.
The owner will assist with transportation costs.
Price: $19,900 USD (negotiable) For further details, photos and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb864.
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We have been advised by the owner to reduce the price on a Chris-Craft Continental, 20 ft., 1955
Please see notes from the owner below.
“This 1955 mahogany boat has always been stored in a boat house. Strong wood in great shape, runs well, fast 28 mph+ 120 hp, 6 cylinder Hercules engine with three carbs, 12 volt system, so it starts easily. Located in 12 Mile Bay, Georgian Bay.” The running lights on the boat and auto bilge pump are operational. The Continental received new copper bottom paint two years ago.The sale includes an RCF canvas bag with four life jackets and safety kit as well as a mahogany stern flag pole.”
Original Price $20,000. New price: $13,500 CDN (May, 2019) WOW! For further details, additional photos and contact information, please click on the link Ad number pb781
We have been instructed by the owner to reduce the price on this classic Grew. Please see the details below.
Grew Cruiser: 17 ft. ll in. 1968
This incredibly original Grew Cruiser has been with its current owner for 31 years. It has always been stored indoors. It has had 6 day trips to the lake in 2016. Its\’s powered by Aquamatic 80 Volvo inboard/outboard. The hull is of marine grade plywood lapstrake design and had a paint refresh in spring 2016.It comes with top with a stern curtain and clear side window panels-all of which are in great condition. The interior wood is made of mahogany with a Nautolex vinyl decking and floor covering. The trailer was custom built for this boat and is included. it had new rollers and bearings installed in 2016.
Original price $7900. New price: May, 2019 $4,000. WOW! For additional photos, details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb721
We have been instructed by the owners to reduce the prices on two classic Muskoka-built boats. Full descriptions below.
Duke utility 21 ft., 1962
Notes from the owner below: RARE 1962, 21 ft DUKE RUNABOUT spent its life cherished by one Lake Rosseau family. Built by Tim Butson’s father, now 93, who worked for many years with Charlie and Arthur Duke of Dukes, Port Carling. (Now with his son at Tim Butson Wooden Boat Builders)
Original 8 Cylinder BUCHANAN engine runs well with rebuilt carburetor, new distributor cap, rotors, throttle cable and battery. Regular maintenance always provided. All ownership documents available.
The original steering wheel, instrument panel and original upholstery are in excellent condition due to boathouse storage. No trailer, as the Duke was always moved by water on Lakes Rosseau and Muskoka..
Looking for a good home.”
(The sale includes a paddle. ropes, fire extinguisher, emergency kit, 2 flags and life jackets)
Original price: $20,000. New price: $15,000 or best offer. The seller is motivated. Must sell. For further details, photos and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb852
Greavette Sport Utility Skiff: 21 ft., 1970
Notes from the owner below:
“Beautiful 1970 Greavette 21 foot Sport utility Skiff on a new matching custom built tandem trailer. Newly refinished top to bottom she seats six persons in comfort in a newly upholstered interior. The original engine and outdrive run perfectly. Originally built in Gravenhurst Ontario she has spent her entire life so far on the Muskoka lakes. The family cottage just sold and regrettably the Greavette must also be sold.”.
Original Price: $25,000. New price, May 2019: $18,999. For further details, photos and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb826
To view a brief video of the boat, click on the image below.