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by Rob

A recently sold and “unsold” boat.

September 24, 2020 in Uncategorized

Congratulations to the buyer and seller of this 1960s Peterborough,
The asking price on this 14 footer was $2200.

Oops We goofed.
We had recently listed this  boat  (below) as sold.   Luckily, it is still available!
This 20 ft.  1954 Chris-Craft Holiday is listed at $22,500  CAD, and according to the owner, is in EXCELLENT condition
See see ad number pb900-2
Additional photos below

by Rob

Recently sold boats

September 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

Congratulations to the buyers and sellers of the classics below.

Yes, Virginia.  There is a Santa Claus (and a market for beautiful classic boats!)
The 35 ft Esco in the photo below  (in good condition) was incredibly priced at just $10,000 CAD. 

Dolly Durkin (below) is a masterpiece of design and construction. Some lucky person obtained a phenomenal vessel.

This 20 ft. Chris-Craft Holiday, 1954, (below) was totally restored and  priced at $22,500 CAD (below)

The  16 ft ,1956 Century,  Resorter in the photo below, was recently restored.  The sale included a trailer. $10,000

The Greavette Sunflash in the photo below (18.5 ft, 1968) was priced at $14,800 CAD

by Rob

Our newest listing: a value-priced Bertram Barron race boat: 28 ft. 1968.

September 10, 2020 in Uncategorized


Bertram Barron Race Boat: 28 ft. 1968

 

Bertram made only 11 of these special speedboats. Nine (9) of these went to the. Israeli Government as special gun boats. This boat was used in the famous 1968 Miami to Nassau Race. The boat was then unused for many years. The chrome, gel coat, engines have all be redone along with a new teak floor. Dash and gauges have also been redone to the point where the boat needs nothing. It is powered by Twin Ford Engines offering 300 HP each.  Since the engines have been redone the boat has seen only 2 hours of use on the water. This is believed to be the last of the 11 boats known to exist. For Bertram lovers this does not get any better.

Price reduced to $30,000 CAD – about $22, 500  USD at current exchange rates. (Sept. 2020)
(A trade would also  be considered). For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb921

Editor’s note: (This appears to be  first-class boat at a “rock bottom” price.)
Additional photos below.

by Rob

Our newest listing: a Century Coronado, 21.5′. 1967

August 24, 2020 in Uncategorized

Century Coronado: 21.5 ft, 1967

Notes from the owner below
“1967 Century Coronado for sale. 440 V8, very low hours since restoration. Drive and go and show boat.Just completed full engine re-build by Rapid Enterprises, one of Ontario’s top Mopar engine experts. All the bills to back it up. Very clean, perfect interior and chrome. Fresh paint on the hull. No marks on the sides.Located in Muskoka. Call Scott at 416 741 6221 to arrange a showing

Priced at $49,900 Cdn or $38,400 US. For further details and additional photos, please click on the link. Ad number pb917.
Additional photos below.

by Rob

Two new listings: a stunning Ditchburn launch and a classic rowing skiff

August 22, 2020 in Uncategorized


Ditchburn long-deck launch.

1921 Ditchburn 32 foot long deck launch design, Series 21. Triple cockpit seating, with lots of room to take guests for evening cruises. The varnish and hull paint are in great shape, as is all the chrome.  The inline 8 cylinder Chrysler marine engine runs like a top.  This is a show-quality boat, looking to be enjoyed by its new owner.

Price: $595,000 CAD    For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.  Ad number pb914

Additional photos below.

St.  Lawrence Skiff; 16 ft, 1980s (below

The skiff is a 16′ St. Lawrence model, built by Tendercraft in the 1980’s. It is the same model that was also built for the Canadian film producer – Robert Lantos. The original skiff owner lived on Treasure Island near Kingston. The current (next) owner lived in Toronto and was using it to access the islands in Lake Ontario. An unplanned sudden move to Saskatchewan has left the skiff homeless.

It is Carvel construction with a white fibreglass covering, which is in decent condition. No hull planking needs to be replaced. The ends of both small decks are worn away and need to be replaced. A small piece of the outer trim, of one the gunwhales – also needs to be replaced.  A sanding and a couple of coats of varnish are needed, but otherwise, the boat is in good, decent, restorable condition.

The asking price is $1050 or best offer.
For further details ad contact information, please click on the link, Ad number pb916
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