Non_power Antique Boats For Sale - 168 found
14 Feet 1993 Sarnia Wooden Boats Sailboat
This is a 1993 White Hull Sprit Rigged Sail Boat with Oars and oar locks. She has a drop keel. She was built for Tom Richards of Port Lambton. Just revarnished, painted bilge, boot stripe and bottom paint Sail made by Boston sail. Comes with trailer.
Price: $5,400Boat ID: 36498
10 Feet 1900 Birch Bark Canoe
A historic birch bark canoe. These lightweight, wide, and short primitive canoes are exceptionally nimble and easy for one person to portage. They were ideal for trapping, fishing, and short distance travel with a small amount of gear. This is a beautifully preserved display piece that will make a great addition to your cabin or camp!
Price: $10,000Boat ID: 37456
10 Feet 2003 Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe
You are looking at a tidy 10 foot Contemporary Birch Bark Canoe which was built using the traditional methods in 2003. The owner/ builder used it sparingly for one season and then hung it up in his home as a display piece. It is now being offered for sale and would be awesome either in the water or on display due to its size. Delivery for this can be arranged by Antique Boat America.
Price: $6,000Boat ID: 37115
12 Feet 1935 Dunphy Row Boat
An excellent example of a 1935 Dunphy Row Boat. Well preserved and in the same Family since 1935. Family is now moving and is prepared to part with the boat. Ribs are all good and the boat has seen little use in the water and always stored indoors.
Price: $2,500Boat ID: 36076
12 Feet 1952 Penn Yan Car Topper
One of the classic small boats of the world is the Penn Yan "Cartopper". Advertised as the answer to boat portability and convenience. A lightweight pretty little boat that will make a wonderful camp fishing boat or a nice decoration in the boat house. Excellent condition with original company logo's and tags.
Price: $3,500Boat ID: 28223
12 Feet 1930 Old Town Square Stern Canoe
This is a lovely Old Town square stern canvas canoe. it has been completely restored and rebuilt from its original construction in the 1930's. The canoe is all new with the exception of the ribs. It is painted red and looks almost too nice to put in the water. It was originally a 16 foot canoe which had to be altered because the last 4 feet were beyond repair.
Price: $1,800Boat ID: 29028
12 Feet 1952 Chris-Craft Pram
Not many original Chris Craft Kit Boats have survived. Structurally like new. Inside like new with no signs of use. Clear varnish interior. Out side needs a maintenance coat of paint. Only in the water a couple of times used as a row-trolling boat in northern Wisconsin. Everything is original down to the last prince and reed screw.
Price: $1,900Boat ID: 36830
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
12' Sailing Skiff Feet c. 1935 Peterborough (Canada)
This is a fully restored Peterborough sailing skiff, made probably in the 1930s. You can find it in the reprint of the Peterborough catalog by Roger MacGregor in 1995, on page 35 with the specification chart on page 51. New sail. Complete boat. Restoration was complete in 1991 , sailed a few times for two or three seasons after and stored indoors ever since.
Price: $8,500Boat ID: 38001
14 Feet 1940's Row Boat
Old row boat that is a prime candidate for restoration. 14 feet in length, 4 feet wide, and about 21 inches deep. The story is that it belonged to a retired sea captain from Long Island and it was estimated at 100 years old. Needs major restoration and looking to get it to someone who wants the task, not firewood
Price: $800Boat ID: 31311
14 Feet 2005 Custom Built Cosine Wherry Rowboat
This beautiful rowboat is constructed with British Columbia red cedar, white ash, and birds eye maple. Only used a handful of times since completion and stored indoors. Complete with a set of leather bound custom competition oars. This boat is a dream to row and shows well!
Price: $4,200Boat ID: 37416
14 Feet 2007 Wherry Sail Boat
This is a sailing model with 2 rowing positions. Custom Shaw & Tenney oars, Glued 9 plank lapstrake hull with West Epoxy System. Honduran mahogany rub rails, rowing seats, mast thwart, horseshoe rear seat, Deks Olje #2 finish on mahogany. Douglas fir mast and sprit pole, kick-up rudder. There is 20Lbs of lead ballast in the keel. Boat is currently stored in a boat shed with sunbrella cover.
Price: $4,995Boat ID: 31660
14 Feet Flat Back Skiff
A 14 foot Flat Back Skiff owned by Ralph Earl brother to George Earl who was the Governor of Pennsylvania at one time. This boat came off of Camp Bullpout on Upper St. Regis Lake. It was later sold to Raplh Burger President and Chairman of A&P. Very nice flat back skiff ready for a small outboard. 14' flat back skiff originally owned by Ralph Earle, brother to George Howard Earle, Governor of Pennsylvania. The boat was stored at Mr. Earle's Great Camp, "Camp Bullpout" on Upper St. Regis Lake in the Adirondacks. Mr. Earle used the boat regularly with a small outboard motor for his boating pleasure. The boat was then acquired by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Burger. Mr. Burger was President and Chairman of the Board of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company (A&P) and would later become President/CEO of the John A. Hartford Foundation.
Price: $5,000Boat ID: 36216
14 Feet 1890's Traditional Indian Birch Bark Canoe
Traditional Indian Made Birch Bark canoe which is estimate to have been built on the late 1890's. It has been in a private collection for many years and amongst an extensive Adirondack collection. The boat is correct, true and original weighing 55 Lbs, 14 feet in length and 40 inches in the beam. It would make a fantastic addition to any collection.
Price: $6,000Boat ID: 36807
14 Feet 1890's American Built Birch Bark Canoe
This is a traditional Indian made American birch bark canoe belived to be made in the 1890's. The canoe was built in the St. Lawrence County of New York near Watertown, New York. The owner bought the canoe at an Auction about six years ago. It is in good solid shape and appears to have had an old repair done on the bow. These boats are extremely hard to find in original condition and especially ones which have ben made using the traditional methods. Weighs only about 55 Lbs
Price: $6,000Boat ID: 37118
14 Feet 2010 Beaver Bark Canoes
This traditional hand made birch bark canoe was built by the seller in the summer of 2010. Nails and split spruce roots are the fasteners, hand-split northern white was carved with the crooked knife to produce the stempieces, ribs, and planking. Detailed winter-bark etchings scraped into the birch bark, decorate the bark panels below the gunwale.The seams and ends of the canoe still need to be sealed with the traditional pine pitch which will render the canoe water-tight.
Price: $6,800Boat ID: 29967
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