Launches Antique Boats For Sale - 97 found
16 Feet 1930 George Lawley and Sons Yacht Tender
This wooden launch was built in the 1930's and was designed by Charles Wells and built by George Lawley. She was originally a yacht tender to be rowed. In c.1950 she was modified with a deck and a 4 cylinder Palmer gas engine. In 2006 resoration of the deck and refinishing took place in Vinalhaven, Maine. In 2009 she was put in dry storage. The vessel is currently owned by a not for profit who are seeking a new Captain for the boat with all proceeds going to support their organizations efforts.
Price: $7,500Boat ID: 36564
16 Feet 2004 Adirondack Electric Boat
This is a replica of a classic 1930's launch with beautiful mahogany decks and leather seats. She is powered by a smooth and quiet electric motor. The fiberglass hull has wonderful lines, but is very low maintenance. A gorgeous surrey top , custom E-Z Loader trailer and full trailering cover completes the package.
Price: $24,000Boat ID: 25924
17 Feet 1924 Disappearing Propeller Company (Dispro)
Found in Toronto without engine and in a partly stripped down condition in 1986. The owner had collected the correct engine, device and all other parts for a re-build. Bad health forced a sale. I stripped boat completely ready to start a restoration. Business and a farm prevented this until in 1999, I had it then restored completely, then rebuilt the engine, controls, and installed the device. Launched in 2002 and was at many Dispro regattas and finally on Georgian Bay at mouth of 12-mile Bay. Many happy hours on the Bay until about 2009, when she (Penelope) was brought home for some minor repairs. Has been is a shed on the property since 2010.
Price: $15,500Boat ID: 36721
17'9 Feet 1910 Shipyard Launch
The Amelia was built in the Bay of Quinte area, in 1910. Cedar launch with beautiful lines, side steer, water cooled, 1 cylinder Fairbanks Morse Marine engine. Restored in the 1970's. Seats 5. Includes a custom trailer and canopy roof frame. Gas tank is a reproduction and wiring and water hoses are from the restoration.
Price: $9,000Boat ID: 31722
18 Feet 1904 Fay & Bowen Designed Launch
This is a very nice launch with a design taken from Fay & Bowen. It runs very well and is in excellent condition. The boat is a Multiple show winner. It has the original canopy with early photos showing the canopy up. The boat has a rich history and is accompanied with a lot of early info from previous owners & receipts. To add to it's history the owner has passes to the Erie Canal for passage of this boat in 1912 & 1916. Only 900 of these boats were ever made. This boat was run for many years but recently was retired to being a trailer queen since it was a multiple award winner.
Price: $9,900Boat ID: 29911
18 Feet 1936 Swiss Craft
Milan is a multiple show winner that was built in Switzerland in 1936 by John Faul Horgen. It is powered by it's original Kermath 4 cyl. engine. The hull is planked with Douglas Fir and is of rivetted plank and batten construction. The keel, ribs and all of the trim are white oak. This is a beautiful boat that has been professionally restored.
Price: $30,000Boat ID: 25677
18 Feet 1910 Mullins Leader Launch
This 1910 Mullins Leader launch was originally used in Northern Indiana as a rental boat from Mock's Marina. It was completely restored in 1966 and the current owner has original letters from the owner to the Mullins factory during the restoration. It is powered by the original Detroit Single cylinder 1.5 hp engine that was rebuilt during the time of restoration. The engine has a reverse gear, which was an odd convenience at the time. This is a tin hulled boat with oak decks and trim.
Price: $4,700Boat ID: 26489
18 Feet 1905 Chestnut Canoe Co. Inboard
This is a rare multiple award winning, antique cedar strip, double planked, canvas covered, skiff. Custom built by the Chestnut Canoe Company in Fredericton, New Brunswick. This piece of St. Lawrence River history has been beautifully restored. The boat runs on the original motor, and the owners have installed an optional electric start. It has the original cedar strip.
Price: $60,000Boat ID: 27148
18'6 Feet 1919 Disappearing Propeller Boat (Dispro)
Florence, a turn-key 1919 Disappearing Propeller Motor Boat (dippy). A rare, flip start, copper jacket, 18.5’ Uncle Sam dippy (#1984), 1919 Kingfisher A2, 2.5 HP motor (#19254) . Florence is one of the few oldest running dippys known. A full hull/motor restoration was completed in 2002. This dippy is a user boat, kept in show condition since restoration. Awards include: Best Disappearing Propeller Boat (2003 ACBS AGM & Boat Show - Ottawa), Best Canadian Built (2009 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Antique Boat of the show (2011 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Oldest Boat of the show (2011 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Best Disappearing Propeller (2011 Montreal Classic Boat Festival), Oldest Boat of the show (2012 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Included: a rare Dippy folding light, trailer, cover, tools, Shaw & Tenney reproduction dippy oars and an 8X10 print of Florence on the Summer 2015 Lee Valley Tools Catalog.
Price: $17,000Boat ID: 36979
18' 6" Feet 1952 Greavette Dispro
Always stored under cover, in the Muskokas, Restored over the past 2 years. Engine restoration , fall 2016, by Hewitt Marine in Brockville. The boat has a new keel and stem, a few 1/2 ribs and both garboards. It has the original seat cushions, and non-original spoon oars. Sold with a small custom trailer.
Price: $10,900Boat ID: 38429
18'6 Feet 1928 Lindsay Dispro
1928 Lindsay-built Dispro, Uncle Sam model. She is 18'6" in length and was rebuilt by Fred Forster (hull), Paul Dodington (engine)and John Thomson (device) and re-launched September 1996 (all well photographed). Gently used since then. She is in excellent running condition and comes complete with hunter green seat cushions and boat cover, spare prop and original bow lights. Her trailer is in excellent condition. Located near Dorset, Ontario The boat is described as an 8/10 and would please any discerning Dippy buyer.
Price: $24,000Boat ID: 28417
18'6 Feet Lindsay Sport Special Dispro
Disappearing Propeller Boats are widely known for their collectability and utilitarian nature. This Lindsay Sport Special model is a fairly luxurious model with laminated decks on both the bow and stern along with a mother-in-law seat up front. Hatch covers hide a single cylinder Caron engine, a fairly uncommon engine option. The dashboard, fittings etc appear to be all original. Decks on this boat are bright and rot free which is remarkable for its age. The ribs are in nice shape, even in the bottom of the boat. There is one small hole in the planking above the waterline that should be fixed. I'm told by a member of the Dippy Club that the keel will need to be refastened but otherwise the boat is solid and would be a great boat for the right owner.
Price: $17,000Boat ID: 30720
18'6" Feet 1929 Barnes Manufacturing
A Beautiful Custom 18'6" Wooden Launch made by Barnes Manufacturing in the NY Finger Lakes. The boat is in Great Condition. It's been stored in an upstate NY barn, suspended from a ceiling, for many years. Everything is original, with wicker seats, and all hardware right down to the fire extinguisher. The wooden surrey top hangs on the wall beside the boat, but the fabric is long gone, so it needs replaced.
Price: $24,000Boat ID: 38071
1927 19 Feet W. J. Johnson Launch
This good looking Launch was built by W. J. Johnston of Port Carling, Ontario. Johnston is believed to be the very first boatbuilder in the Muskoka area and is credited with developing the disappearing Propeller Boat Company who build the famous Dispros or Dippys. This boat shows off the fine Canadian craftsmanship that is the hallmark of boats from this area. The boat has been in a private collection for many years and has been well cared for during that time. Always in fresh water and stored indoors the boat is powered by a Chris Craft Model "B" engine. This is a nice size boat for a small lake and will run well for years to come.
Price: $19,500Boat ID: 37996
19 Feet 2002 Custom Fantail Launch
Really great for slow cruising the lakes and rivers and enjoying the views of the shoreline, homes and scenery. Grew up hearing about "pop motor" powered boats in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Found this engine at a swap meet, restored it and built this boat ( copy of a steam launch).
Price: $12,000Boat ID: 38158
19 Feet circa 1901 Lozier Launch
Boat was purchased in Burkhaven Harbor, Lake Sunapee, NH in 1952-53. Completely restored at that time, as shown in photos 5 and 6. Currently in Lake George, NY - This boat requires a full restoration but is a worthy candidate given that it is a very rare 100+ year old Lozier Launch.
Price: $5,000Boat ID: 36444
19 Feet 2009 Pine Cone Boat Works Launch
Designed by Bob Stephens of Stevens White Yacht design, Built by Pine Cone Boatworks, Cold molded construction, Hull fastened with Silicone Bronze screws, Unique skeg provides additional protection to prop. Full sunbrella cover and custom fitted trailer come with boat.
Price: $34,000Boat ID: 29583
19 Feet 1998 Atkin Launch
Your modern "African Queen" awaits. This Launch built in 1998 has been thoroughly and completed restored and is in show condition. Powered by a Yanmar Diesel engine with only 55 hours, this engine is barely broken in and ready for new adventures on your favorite body of water. Hull is perfect, hardware and gauges excellent and the surrey top is complete and easy to manage. This is a proven design by a well respected design team and is handsome traditional model for cruising with friends and loved ones at a leisurely pace in a classic style. Imagine this at your dock..
Price: $22,000Boat ID: 31423
19 Feet 1950's Bartender designed by George Calkins
19 foot Bartender designed by George Calkins during the mid '50's. It is a Pacific Northwest design. Powered by a new Mercury 50hp, 4 stroke. Built of marine grade plywood, lots of epoxy and fiberglass cloth. The trailer is a 2012 Yacht Club single axle. A Marine Survey was completed in December 2014.
Price: $21,000Boat ID: 36923
20 Feet 1930's Peterborough Launch
A beautiful piece of Canadian Craftsmanship and worthy of a restoration. The boat has varnished mahogany planking on steam bent white oak ribs. The boat has mahogany decks and transom and includes an original 4 cylinder Buchanan "Junior" engine.
Price: $4,000Boat ID: 30812
20 Feet 1926-28 Custom Brodhead/Fairchild Launch
This is a very interesting boat to the Finger Lakes folks. Built by a couple of Cornell grads in the late twenties and originally powered by a huge Hall-Scott this is a wonderful example of custom craftsmanship. Only 20 feet in length and easy to handle and trailer to shows and destinations. In excellent condition, restored by John Ford, and ready to provide pleasure to everyone on the wine trail of the Finger Lakes. Able to be seen by appointment.
Price: $55,000Boat ID: 29560
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