We have been instructed by the owner to adjust the price of this classic 24 foot, 1936 runabout. Originally listed at $65,000,USD, the price has been reduced to $25,000! WOW! Notes from the owner below: Stunningly beautiful 24′ classic mahogany Port Carling triple cockpit Seabird, built in 1936, named CYGNE. CYGNE is largely original and was fully restored in 1996-1997. CYGNE has the original, and rare, rear cockpit windscreen. It is still fitted with the original 6 cylinder Kermanth Sea Queen engine. Comes complete with dual axle trailer and custom made heavy-duty boat cover. CYGNE has had minimal use by owner since restoration” For contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb709. Additional photos below.
Notes from the owner below.
This single owner, two cockpit Hacker-Craft is in excellent condition and meticulously maintained. The Hacker-Craft is boathouse stored in Barrie, Ontario area. his runabout is finished in traditional stain colours with green interior. The Hacker-Craft is powered by an 8 cylinder, 350 cubic inch Marine Power engine, with only 242 hours on both motor and boat. Regularly maintained each spring and fall, the boat was professionally re-varnished in 2007 by Mike Windsor.
The included dual axle trailer, which comes with surge brakes, 16 inch wheels, fenders and vertical guide bars, readily supports the boat’s 3200 pound weight. Also available for purchase is an optional Marine Railway. Price: $62,900 For more information and contact details, please click on the link. Ad #pb687
It’s amazing how many lovers of vintage boats also appreciate antique and classic cars. If this applies to you, enjoy the video of the March 2016 Myrtle Beach Antique/Classic car and truck show. Some 3,000 cars and trucks made it to the show this year, making it about the biggest event on the Eastern Seaboard.
Rare Matthews cabin cruiser comes to Canada
Congratulations to David Hughes for bringing a very rare, 42 ft. Matthews “Martinque” cabin cruiser to Canada…(only one of two left world-wide). This sleek beauty is a joy to behold. Enjoy the photos, and video of the journey from the USA to Canada, below.