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1967 Custom South Bay Scooter Duck Boat

1967 Custom South Bay Scooter Duck Boat

$7,000

Duxbury, Massachusetts

Year 1967

Make Custom

Model South Bay Scooter Duck Boat

Category Antique And Classic Boats

Length 12

Posted Over 1 Month

67 12 foot Duck Hunting Boat ready to go hunting! Hand laid fiberglass not glas over plywood. Super stable wide beam. Comes with two 7.5hp air cooled four stroke motors, low hours fresh water only since new. Original pats with locks and hand tooled shell baskets. More quiet and soils than aluminum Jon boat.

2005 Hand Made, Custom Built, Wood Strip Modified Adirondack Guide Boat

2005 Hand Made, Custom Built, Wood Strip Modified Adirondack Guide Boat

$8,000

Pine Lake, Georgia

Category Antique And Classic Boats

Length 16

Posted Over 1 Month

Classic, never used with custom finish of clear fiberglass, 3 coats of spar varnish and 4 coats of Johnson paste wax Adirondack Guide Boat. Was the hit of an Atlanta Art Show and then stored in warehouse. Hull and Bottom Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Western Red Cedar. No inner ribs, Sleek, Fast and Stable. Modified to have a motor transom. Seats Solid cherry and rattan. 80 Pounds Capacity: 2 Adults, 1 young adult

1997 Custom 24

1997 Custom 24

$36,950

Lakeside, Oregon

Year 1997

Make Custom

Model 24

Category Barges

Length 24

Posted Yesterday

The owner says the pilothouse and decking are in good working order, and the hull is in great condition. Everything is functional and serviceable. The decking is solid and the engine runs very well; well suited for its purpose. Stock #264182 Large 24 ft. barge for you to load, haul whatever you need across the lake This is a fully functional work barge that is primarily being used in construction. The barge has a deck area measuring 24'L x 8.5'W load capacity of 15,000 pounds. It has a relatively new pilothouse built with marine-grade plywood. The barge is powered by a Mercury 125 EFI 4-stoke engine with an estimated 73 hours on it. The engine sits on a bracket aft of the 8' x 24-foot barge. The hull is marinized steel with 2" x 10" deck planking. The barge is used to haul equipment and supplies across the lake for clients, and outsourced to other service companies. There is also a larger barge (30'L x 8.5'W) offered for sale with a salvage boom and piling driver. Reason for selling is liquidating business.

1998 Custom 30' Barge

1998 Custom 30' Barge

$68,500

Lakeside, Oregon

Year 1998

Make Custom

Model 30' Barge

Category Barges

Length 30

Posted Yesterday

The owner says the pilot house needs some TLC, as it was not built with marine grade plywood. Some of the decking planks are ready for replacement. The hull is in great condition. Everything is functional and serviceable. The deck forms a solid platform, and the engine runs very well; well suited for its purpose. Stock #266202 Large barge with 38,000 Pound capacity load, haul whatever you need across the lake This is a fully functional work barge that is primarily being used in construction. The barge has a deck area measuring 30' long x 8.5' wide and has a load capacity of 38,000 pounds. It has a pilothouse, 3 winches, a salvage boom, and a piling driver. The barge is powered by a Mercury 125 2-stroke engine. The engine sits on a bracket aft of the 8' x 30' barge. The hull is marinized steel with 2" x 10" deck planking. The barge is used to haul equipment and supplies across the lake for clients, and is at times outsourced to other service companies.

1986 Custom Built 20

1986 Custom Built 20

$17,750

Acton, Maine

Year 1986

Make Custom Built

Model 20

Category Pontoon Boats

Length 20

Posted Yesterday

Per the seller the engine runs well. There are no electronics on the boat. All photos are current and were taken by the seller and provided for the listing. The breakdown of the specs and features of the boat are available below the photo gallery of the listing for review. Stock #251041 Bring your friends and family to the lake for a great day with this custom built pontoon boat! This 1986 CUSTOM BUILT 20 is a one-of-a-kind pontoon boat! If you're looking for something that is not like any other boats on the water, this is the selection for you! The boat has a custom-built wooden cabin that provides a nice quaint space to hang out with friends as well as providing cover for when you need to get out of the sun while on the water. If you want to stay on the water into the evening hours, the boat is equipped with night lighting to be able to hang out and entertain at night. It may not be fancy but the boat sure does have a lot of character and is a unique find for enjoying simple days on the water with your friends and family! Reason for selling is boat was summer project.

1950 Custom 40

1950 Custom 40

$65,000

Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin

Year 1950

Make Custom

Model 40

Category -

Length 40

Posted Yesterday

Customized in 2000, Steel hull is solid and just in need of new bottom paint. New - Hydro Slave Steering & Hydraulics Lowrance depth & chart plotter in working condition. Cummins 6BT has only 1,500 hours and has been well maintained. USCG Certified Boat has normal wear and tear for its age. ***I have not visited this vessel in person. The owner has provided pictures, details & information on the condition. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any specific questions, to submit an offer, or schedule a showing*** Stock #272665 1950 hull completely refitted & remodeled in 2000! Customized 1950 Norska working commercial fishing boat. Constructed on a welded steel hull she is built to take what the big waters dish-out. She is a trap net boat, not a seiner. Can also be used as an open deck gill net boat. Could be set up for seining with proper equipment added. 1956 Deering built Sides cut down and decks lowered in 2000 renovation Twin disc PJ Vickers pumps Hydro slave steering Powered by a Cummins 6BT with only 1,500 hours. The best option we have found for repowering commercial fishing vessels. Reason for selling is built new boat.

2005 Custom Built 71ft x 24ft x 6ft

2005 Custom Built 71ft x 24ft x 6ft

$715,000

Houma, Louisiana

Year 2005

Make Custom Built

Model 71ft X 24ft X 6ft

Category Houseboats

Length 71

Posted 2 Days Ago

This vessel is in excellent condition. Per the seller, everything onboard is in working order. The seller maintains a logbook to document the dates that he has run/exercised all the various equipment on board. This includes the main engines, the two generators, the spuds, as well as all the various other equipment. Stock #244332 71ft x 24ft x 6ft Custom Built House boat powered by twin, 8V71 Detroit Diesel main engines! ********************** CERTIFIED SINGLE OWNER ********************** This 2005 Custom Built 71ft x 24ft x 6ft Houseboat is one of a kind. The seller custom-built it from the steel hull to the beautiful interior finish work that features natural cypress. It is powered by two Detroit Diesel 8V71 engines, a 2:1 gear, driving 2" Stainless Steel shafts equipped with 30" 4-blade bronze props. The electric plant consists of a 20 KW Delco generator driven by a Detriot Diesel 8V71 engine, a 23 KW generator driven by an Isuzu 4LE1 engine, as well as shore power. It features three levels with spiral staircases to traverse the levels. The lower level includes 4 private berths, a full head with a shower, and a large galley and dining table. Move up the spiral staircase to the mid-level. It features three bunks, two large sofa's, and a TV with DRV. Go through the glass sliding doors to the utility room to access the full-size stackable washer & dryer, a 500 lb/day icemaker, and a full bathroom with a shower. Walk through the sliding glass door to the outside deck. Moving up the second spiral staircase brings you to the pilothouse. It features a bunk, two stainless steel chart tables, as well as all the navigation equipment to safely pilot the boat. Controls include a Kobelt Full Follow-up tiller, a Kobelt Electronic Throttle Control (with station select, Station Lock, Throttle Override, and Synchronizer). Gages for the Port and Starboard engines, switches, and spud controls are all mounted on stainless steel panels. This houseboat is wired and has light fixtures for both 120 VAC and 12 VDC. This houseboat has a USCG Certified Type II Marine Sanitation Device (sewerage treatment plant). It also has an Ademco Electronic Security System. Reason for selling is no longer using.

1968 Custom Built 43

1968 Custom Built 43

$45,000

Marco Island, Florida

Year 1968

Make Custom Built

Model 43

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 43

Posted 2 Days Ago

This vessel is in good condition for its age. As would be expected for such a yacht, there are always little projects to be done, but all of the big stuff is in good shape. The age of the sails is unknown but a local sailmaker inspected them recently and gave them a clean bill of health. The standing rigging is also of unknown age but is tight and shows no signs of deterioration or corrosion. Running rigging is of mixed age and has been replaced as necessary. Stock #253565 One of a kind Cuthbertson-designed custom aluminum racing sloop. This is one strong durable bluewater boat! Own a piece of sailing history! This vessel truly is a piece of sailing history. Custom built in 1968 from a design by George Cuthbertson, partner with George Cassian in Cuthbertson and Cassian, LTD, soon to be C&C Yachts in 1969. This vessel can be seen as the prototype for boats to come soon after. She was built for a Canadian sailing club. Under the IRC racing rules to which she was designed, a boat could only have a 30ft waterline, which she just fits into allowing her to race against smaller boats. However, when heeled over under full sail, this speedster dips almost all of her 43ft of length into the water, giving her a much longer waterline and a hull speed of 7-8kts. The generous aft cutaway not only kept her legal, but also made her a jewel in following seas, allowing her to surf down the front side of waves and achieve even greater speed without getting swamped from behind. Control for this vessel comes through a large wheel at the aft of the cockpit. Navigation is via a Raymarine GPS/Plotter. The mount and wiring for a radar dome are attached to the mast but that dome developed a crack and leak and has not been replaced. Course holding is provided by a Hydrovane system. The keel design of this boat is fairly unique. If you could flip her upside down she'd almost look like a dolphin. The keel is of a full design that ends just past midship where the reversing prop exits in front of a large rudder. The seller has the original drawings and sail plan. The cockpit of this vessel provides room for the skipper and several guests, complete with a dinette table for serving cocktails or lunch topside. Down below is a huge galley, saloon with two couches which convert to mid-berths, one L-shaped, and a fold-away dinette. Forward of the saloon is the head and the master stateroom. The head features a propane-fueled on-demand water heater for the shower, a sink, and a manual flush toilet. A quarter berth is at the aft of the cabin opposite the galley and behind the nav station. The flooring throughout the cabin is varnished full thickness teak and holly (not veneer) over aluminum floor supports. The floors are in amazing condition and the seller keeps them that way by keeping them covered with vinyl flooring material. There is a watermaker installed in the vessel. The construction of this vessel is 100% welded aluminum, approximately 1/4" thick for the hull, with aluminum stringers throughout. The entire deck is aluminum with all standing rigging hardware welded to the deck. The hull is coated with a faring coating to protect it from corrosion. The full bottom paint is approximately 2 years old with white topside paint and cream colored non-skid paint. The engine in this boat is a 45 horsepower Perkins 4.108. This engine recently replaced the original and came out of a British tank where it was used as a starting motor. As a result, while the hours are unknown, they are low. Reason for selling is not using enough.

1982 Custom 60' Houseboat

1982 Custom 60' Houseboat

$100,000

Houma, Louisiana

Year 1982

Make Custom

Model 60' Houseboat

Category Houseboats

Length 60

Posted 2 Days Ago

The owner confirms this Houseboat has had recent professional renovations and is in very good condition, all electrical, mechanical, and appliances are in good working order, and the 10kW generator is in good working order. It was hauled for bottom cleaning and coating in 2018. Stock #248945 60x24 Custom Houseboat with a Recently added 20x60 Covered Top Deck!! This 1982 60'x24' Houseboat is built on a steel barge and has recently added a professionally-built 20'x60' covered top deck. It also has a 15'x20' foot screened-in area with a working stove, refrigerator, and sink with hot water. It operates on either shore power or its 10kw diesel generator which is located on a separate 16'x28' generator barge. This Houseboat has had major professional renovations and has beautiful cypress wood throughout. It is an open floor plan with a full-sized bathroom. It includes a washer and dryer, air conditioning, a new refrigerator, propane stoves in the kitchen and upstairs, and hot water heaters. *A 1600 gallon freshwater cistern tank is on a separate fixed-pier which works very well. It is not integral to the houseboat. A 400 gallon aluminum freshwater tank is onboard. Its present location is on a lease in the Bayou Decade area in Southern Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. If you want to keep it in its present location, it requires a 12-month lease. The Houseboat has two Yamaha 115 outboard engines, a 60-gallon fuel tank, and all of the controls. It also has a remote control that can be used to drive the boat from anywhere onboard. Reason for selling is no longer using.

2021 Custom Built C&A 51 Yacht Signature Series Dream Catcher

2021 Custom Built C&A 51 Yacht Signature Series Dream Catcher

$795,000

Kemah, Texas

Category Motor Yachts

Length 51

Posted 3 Days Ago

This Vessel that has never been titled. She has been in the slip for the past few years and the there are a few things that need to be addressed on her. The price reflects this, since the builder spent nearly $3,000,000.00 completing the build. Blisters on the hull, snaps around the windows need replaced, canvas needs to be replaced, some moisture penetration from the hard top down through the deck, some weather wear on the wood, and the generator is currently out of the vessel being serviced, but will be re-installed. Broker suggest buyers have a survey on the vessel for a more detailed report on the overall condition. Please call, text or email today if you have any questions, would like to schedule a private showing, discuss financing, or want to make an offer. Stock #245492 Candler & Associates, Inc. Custom Built 51 Signature Series Luxury Yacht If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 2021 Custom Built C&A 51 Yacht Signature Series Dream Catcher, just reduced to $795,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Kemah, Texas and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Custom engines. Reason for selling is built it to sell.

2013 Custom 14

2013 Custom 14

$11,499

Bryans Road, Maryland

Year 2013

Make Custom

Model 14

Category Runabout Boats

Length 14

Posted 3 Days Ago

Per owner/builder - this boat is in GREAT condition. e hull is in excellent condition.~br~~br~~br~~br~The boat is in showroom condition.~br~~br~ALL reasonable offers considered! Stock #062022 1952 Chris-Craft Classic Kit Runabout - AWARD WINNER - VERY LOW HOURS - IMMACULATE CONDITION - PRICED TO SELL NOW!!!! Completed in April 2013, this little wooden 1952 Chris-Craft classic kit runabout, winner of the prestigious Best Outboard Boat award at the 26th annual Antique and Classic Boat Society Chesapeake Bay Chapter -- Antique and Classic Boat Festival. It is has been completely and painstakingly renovated with expert craftsmanship and the finest materials and hardware available. Owner began renovation by stripping the hull bare, replacing damaged pieces, and restructuring separated marine plywood deck with Sepele Mahogany. All original wood sealed with CPES epoxy (inside and out) and joints secured with West Systems. Sikaflex adhesive sealant caulk on deck to match wood color. 3 coats of Pettit - Bikini Blue on hull and 7 coats of Z-Spar on deck. Matching exterior grade latex paint on hull interior to help wood breath and dampness evaporate. Flush cleats and electrical switching by Attwood and Cole Hersee Co.-U.S.A. respectively, signal horn by Roca-Sweden, fairleads and stern light by Osculati-Italy, and steering cable pulleys by Ronstan-Australia. All bronze and stainless screws! This boat is extremely stable and is built comfortably to the pilot and passenger. The boat includes original Mastercraft trailer, electric ignition, horn, both bow and stern lights as well as a fire extinguisher and clear title. It is a sweet little boat and one of a kind. Owner is only selling in order to complete a bigger project.

1950 Custom Refurbished in 2000

1950 Custom Refurbished in 2000

$119,900

Pinconning, Michigan

Year 1950

Make Custom

Model Refurbished In 2000

Category Houseboats

Length 57

Posted 4 Days Ago

Boat and house in good condition. Everything in working order per the seller. Many custom touches throughout the vessel. Linx spray on top and sides in great condition. Lowrance and chart plotter in working order per seller. Engines rebuilt in 2000 with only 100 hours since rebuild. Stock #232624 This is Your Opportunity To Own An Exceptional 49' Custom Houseboat refurbished in 2000 This 1950 refurbished custom started as a dream when the steel haul was bought and a houseboat was built upon it and now ready for a new owner to enjoy. Has two Detroit Diesel 671N engines and 2 split shafts that connect to the internal shaft. Has custom trim tabs. Does have fresh water cooling system with heat exchanger. Has 850-gallon fuel capacity. Shaft driven with 36" square prop with skags to protect. Has dual rutters. Electricity is grounded to the batteries. Can drive from inside or on the upper deck. Has Lowrance GPS. The bottom of the boat was sandblasted, primed, and painted with interlux. Outside of boat and house sprayed with Linx coating in medium gray color. Custom sunbrella bimini on the top deck with Isinglass glass panels for front and sides. Custom rails made to go around the entire top deck. 2 captain's chairs at the helm along with 2 pontoon seats with custom attachment to rail. Both seats have custom covers. Has wet bar with sink, storage and bar refrigerator. BBQ grill with custom brackets made to attach to rail. Plenty of room for parties, weddings, charter tours or corporate events. Has a loudspeaker. 5 foot anchor with storage box in front of helm. House has a full galley with full-size refrigerator, double sink, 4 burner stove and microwave. Cabinets above and below the counter for plenty of storage. Laminate flooring throughout. Laminate countertops with wood trim. Queen size Murphy beds pull out of wall opposite kitchen and sofa pulls out into queen bed. Easy access doors in-floor to get to everything underneath. 3 doors to get into the house. Full-size head with toilet, shower, vanity, mirrored medicine cabinet with 3 compartments and storage cabinet. 30 gallon hot water tank. The front of the house is inside the helm and has cabinets and a closet for storage. The back of the boat has 2 closets, one for storage and to get to all pipes and another closet has (2) 30 gallon propane tanks. The swim deck has a ladder and is made of vinyl decking. Always stored in a custom made boathouse. Reason for selling is too much to handle now.

2007 Custom 16

2007 Custom 16

$97,000

Kansas City, Kansas

Year 2007

Make Custom

Model 16

Category -

Length 16

Posted 4 Days Ago

Very light use and a complete rare design for fun on the water. This is normally stored inside when not in use or enjoyed on fresh water. Completely gone through in 2018 by a former Chris-Craft builder. Stock #176116 The Little Leon is a scale replica of the Square Sail Brigantine "Leon". She was entirely hand built from scratch. A complete one of a kind! Exact 1/8th scale of the famed square rigged Norwegian Brigantine "Leon". Only continue looking if interested in a conversation starter that will turn heads every where it's sailed and docked. A unique hand-made design which is also able to be disassembled and trailered on the included trailer. Seating for 6-8 people enjoy a fantastic sail and steady ride thanks to the onboard water ballast system. The hull sides are Australian hardwood with masts made of American Pine. MAST: Two masts made of pine wood. MAST STEP: The fore mast is stepped on the forward ballast bulkhead. The aft mast is stepped in the bilge SPREADERS: Four spreaders on the fore mast. SHROUDS AND STAYS: The forward mast has eight shrouds both port and starboard, all made of nylon rope. Five are 1/4", one is 3/16", one is 5/32", and one is 3/32". The aft mast has six shrouds on each side, all nylon rope. There are four 1/4", one 5/32", and one 3/32". The foremast also has a total of six upper shrouds. The fore stays are attached to the bowsprit. The back stay of the forward mast is attached to the aft mast. BOOMS: There is a bowsprit and a bow boom. TURNBUCKLES: There are no turnbuckles rather dead-eyes. CHAIN PLATES: The chain plates are Futtlocks. They are 1/8" bronze rods attached to the topsides then attached to the dead-eyes. MAST SUPPORTERS: Hardwood mast partner and mast step, reported as serviceable. SAILS MAINSAIL: There are four square sails on the forward mast. Three stay sails (jibs). There are gaff rigged sails on the aft mast.

1960 Custom 42 Schooner

1960 Custom 42 Schooner

$37,500

Salem, New Jersey

Year 1960

Make Custom

Model 42 Schooner

Category Schooner

Length 42

Posted 4 Days Ago

Originally trucked down from Greenwich, CT. The boat has been sitting on the hard for several years so will need TLC. No specific list of what's needed at this time, but a dry survey will determine a comprehensive list. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any specific questions you may have, to submit an offer, or schedule a showing. Stock #127044 *** WOOD HULL ** GAFF RIGGED, SPRUCE PLANKED ** 5,000 LB LEAD BALLAST ** MOTIVATED SELLER This 1960 42' schooner was built by Aenaes Campbell, Master Carpenter and builder, in Astoria, NY. The frames are white oak, and the planking is white cedar. Both masts are made from a single piece of spruce with no knots. All the spars are also spruce. The actual LOA 43'4", bow to stern is 32'6", & the additional bowsprit is 6" When the boat was commissioned in 1960, it was launched without propulsion. In 1962 the Westerbeke Diesel was installed. It's a Westerbeke 4-107, 40 horsepower diesel. Originally the ballast was lead and iron, but the owner removed the iron which can rust and added five tons of lead inside the white oak keel. This built in fashion of the Famous "Blue Nose" 130' schooner.. There have been other updates as well. An electric refrigerator was installed along with shore power. Pressure water and electric flush toilet have also been added. The sail inventory has been updated from canvas to dacron. The canvas sails can go with the boat. The boat is prepped for bottom paint, and the topsides have been prepped as well.

1953 Custom Built 34 Nielsen

1953 Custom Built 34 Nielsen

$48,000

Marine City, Michigan

Year 1953

Make Custom Built

Model 34 Nielsen

Category Yawls

Length 34

Posted 6 Days Ago

The 1953 Nielsen 34 Yawl has been restored and includes some new components like a new diesel engine. The is double planked with a skim of fiberglass with no visible crack or gouges detected. All the fittings on deck have been re-coated and are ready to install. The original safety rails are available to re-install but there are newly manufactured one's custom-made that can be purchased. Stock #240355 A yawl designed by Aage Nielsen, restored and in excellent condition, A one of a kind Sailing Vessel! This vessel was built in 1953 and was designed by Aage Nielsen. The boat was originally built at P Luke's yard in East Boothbay. The vessel has undergone a complete rebuild. The vessel is yawl rigged and although she is substantial in her scantlings she is fairly basic and not encumbered by a plethora of systems as so many modern boats are. The layout of this 34' yawl is as follows; large open cockpit with bench seating on both sides port and starboard. Mizzen mast and tiller at after end. From the cockpit, there is a step down into the cabin which has the galley stove to port and icebox and sink to starboard. Forward of the companionway are berth flats to port and starboard with water tanks underneath. Forward of the salon is a head compartment on the port side. From there is a pass-through to the V-berth and access to the chain locker. The cabin sole lifts to gain access to the electric bilge pump in the deepest part of the bilge. There are also cupboards and drawers throughout the vessel for books, bedding, and other equipment. Reason for selling is dream not realized.