Over 20 foot Antique Boats For Sale - 890 found
11i 4" Feet 1920s? Unknown
This is a Peterborough-design, cold-molded mahogany rowboat of unknown origin. She was purchased used by the current owner's father in 1951 along with the Gator trailer. She has been in the family for over 65 years and always stored in an enclosed storage building when not in use. She has not been in the water since 1988 following an extensive restoration. Includes a working 3 HP Evinrude outboard and a seized-up 10 HP Johnson Sea Horse. Here's an opportunity to research her history and put her back in the water!
Price: $5,000Boat ID: 38340
1957 Sailing Vessel built in Brittany France
Built as a fishing vessel in 1957 designed for sail, Jean de la Lune was later fitted with an engine, sold to a diving school and taken across the Atlantic to the Caribbean. Brought back to the Scottish Isles JDL worked for over 20 years as a Sail Training Vessel taking trainees and charter guests for holiday trips and corporate functions alike. Today beautifully restored to her former glory JDL offers 25 berths in 11 cabins and holds UK registration for up to 40 persons onboard.
Price: $585,000Boat ID: 37919
118 Feet 1927 Pacific Coast Engineering Fire Boat
This riveted steel plate boat is fully equipped for fire fighting or could be easily retrofitted for multiple other uses. The boat sis powered by twin GM 500 HP 8 - cylinder supercharged diesels and has a 16,200 GPM pumping capacity and a 8000+ fuel capacity. Thrusters and all electronics are included and functioning. The vessel is well maintained and in full operating condition. Fresh bottom paint, new zincs and all deficiencies addresses by it's last survey.
Price: $180,000Boat ID: 37178
12' 6" Feet 1931 Herreshoff Day Sailer
This 1931 Herreshoff was built by Francis Herreshoff himself in his facility in Bristol, RI. Buoyant and stable, with a ballasted keel - virtually the whole boat is a large, deep cockpit that will seat four in comfort, and offers a great feeling of security. Boat is in good condition, refastened, brightwork renewed and recent sails. Complete with canvas cover. A bilge pump powered by a solar panel was added last year. This is a truly wonderful day sailer and very sought-after classic.
Price: $18,000Boat ID: 37945
13'6 Feet 1947 Wagemaker Wolverine Outboard Runabout
Rare small dual cockpit runabout with windshield. Restored with new cedar replacing original cedar planking. New chrome, fuel tank, and battery. Has running lights, compass, new sunbrella travel cover. Includes original Johnson SeaHorse engine (rough but restorable). Boat is located in Long Lake, MI.
Price: $9,900Boat ID: 36794
13'9 Feet 1957 or 1958 Chris Craft Comet Kit Boat
This is a very uncommon model of Chris Craft kit boat from the 1950's. This "Comet" model may be the only one known to exist. Reminiscent of the 1957 Chevy with fins and classic 50's style. There were only 2 models of these ever made. A 14 footer with 4 seats and a 2 seater 12 Foot Meteor. They were only made in 1957 and 1958. This boat was found in Iowa after being stored for many years. It is all original and has been recently refinished. The Montgomery Ward trailer is original to the boat and is in great condition. The 35hp Johnson Sea Horse engine has been beautifully restored and only needs to have the controls installed. This is a very nice, rare collectors piece for the Chris Craft enthusiast.
Price: $14,000Boat ID: 28891
14' 7" Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer
Bought this boat about 14 years ago. Just the typical fiberglass shell from that era. Needed everything but the fiberglass was pretty solid. Added/fixed everything else you see over 10 years ago. It is not a "museum" quality boat as I use it during the summers in a lake here in Minnesota. (but it still looks good) It's been in storage for the last 3 years. No issues with the motor. You can see by the pictures I don't have a light on the top of the bow. Had one didn't like it so I sold it! oops! The fiberglass between the seats is solid but has a slight concave to it. You can't really see it in the pictures and it wasn't enough that I wanted to change it before paint. Motor was repainted and tuned up many years ago. Found a brand new "in the box" faceplate for the motor from 1956.
Price: $16,000Boat ID: 38416
14'9 Feet 1920 Duck Skiff
This antique skiff was purchased by my grandpa in the 1960s. My father was there at the time of purchase and believes the skiff was built in the 1920s or '30s. The cover laying next to the skiff in one picture and the unpainted wood inside the skiff were built by my grandpa for storage purposes. There is some rash in the front from breaking ice but the skiff has not been used in over 20 years and has not been fiberglassed and is an excellent antique of a typical Lake Winnebago (Wisconsin) area skiff of the era. After speaking to some historians, we have been unable to identify the manufacturer and it is possible it is homemade.
Price: $3,000Boat ID: 37053
15' 6 Feet 1933 Chris Craft Special Runabout
Recent Survey/Above Average Condition includes the trailer. Flags (Chris Craft front pennant and American Flag rear pennant, paddle, life jackets, bumpers, lines, anchor, manuals, and all the information that was sold to use with the boat when it was purchased. She’s been kept inside storage, winterized every fall and launched every spring. She was shown at a few antique and classic boat shows and did quite well in her class. We would have done better if we had a more complete history of her.
Price: $18,500Boat ID: 31387
15' 6 Feet 2001 Canadian Electric Boat
Designed for those who are interested in more leisurely navigation. Weighs 650 lbs. Cored Fiberglass hull contruction. Cruise time 6-8 hours with a charge time of 6 hours. Seats 4 adults comfortably. Bought new in 2001. Brand new trailer included!
Price: $15,000Boat ID: 27060
15'6 Feet 1942 Mullins Sea Eagle
Mullins Sea Eagle inboard twin cockpit runabout boat. Hull and top deck are stamped steel construction. Boat has the original 5 floatation tanks that make it unsinkable. The hull number is 11057 and the boat has the original Lycoming inboard engine, all numbers match the manufacturers plate in the engine compartment. Engine was completely rebuilt in the spring of 2014. This restoration included, but was not limited to: replacing pistons, valves, bearings and rings, rebuilding starter, generator, distributor, water pump, transmission and carburetor. Engine starts and runs great but does need the final adjustment to achieve high speed. Paint on the boat is in the original scheme and colors. Interior leather has been replaced to match the original style using the original seat padding. This boat is very original with all of the factory chrome such as the bow eagle, windshield, cleats, etc. This is a rare boat with a very rare original engine that is in excellent condition.
Price: $110,000Boat ID: 36550
15'11" Feet 2016 Mahogany Modern Twin Cockpit Runabout
The mahogany thoroughbreds of yesteryear were much admired for their elegance and beauty. But there was a price to pay- they were maintenance nightmares for the owner. Each year or so the old varnish had to be sanded off and new applied. Every Spring the plank bottoms had to “soak up” before the boat could be used. Finally their huge cast iron engines weighing 600 lbs could produce only 55HP with glutinous fuel consumption. Now comes a boat that provides the great beauty of the originals but without the maintenance requirement. There is no varnish. Each boat is finished with clear coat epoxy that requires no more care than your automobile finish. The bottom is a seamless epoxy/glass construction that will never move or leak. Propulsion comes from a modern 4 cylinder 3.0L that puts out 135HP with excellent economy. Finally, its 16’ length and folding tongue trailer will allow it to fit in most suburban garages with no need to rent a boat slip.
Price: $45,000Boat ID: 38240
16'5 Feet 1900 Adirondack Guide Boat
This is a very typical Adirondack Guideboat that has many of the features of boats produced in the early 1900's in Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake and that section of the Adirondacks in New York State. The condition of the boat is excellent as you can see from the photos...and if only the boat could talk I am sure we would hear some great stories. This boat has been refinished, not restored and is a pleasure to look at and I am sure to row effortlessly on your lake or river.
Price: $4,495Boat ID: 30574
16'6 Feet 1963 Riviera Outboard
This classic Riviera was restored in 2008. New seat brackets and wiring, Rhino coated floor for durability. The current engine is a 1963 75 HP Johnson Sea Horse. The original motor also comes with the boat (Mercury). The motors also come with extra props.
Price: $5,500Boat ID: 28759
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