|1959 Old Town wood canvas canoe.FOR SALE. 1959 Old Town wood canvas canoe. Fully restored by Northwoods Canoe Company. Comes with an extra seat (with hole for mast), an assortment of paddles, and the original sail.
$3200, or make an offer. Contact Carolyn. 203-865-4288 (H); 203-589-3794 (C)
|Cedar Lapstrake CanoeA finely crafted and very sturdy Burke-built lapstrake canoe. Comfortable on quiet water to ocean, handles beautifully in a bit of sea. Very good condition, used little, single owner, always stored properly, Hull refinished by builder recently. Cedar planks, white oak keel and keel plate, red oak ribs and thwarts, tamarack knees stem and stern, cherry sheerstrake and stem and stern plates, a joy to paddle. Sliding Gunter sail rig built by Burke, Nat Wilson sails (East Boothbay, ME), cherry leeboard, sail outfit like new.
CANOE AND SAIL CAN BE SOLD SEPARATELY ||07/09/2019 |
|1923 Old Town Sailing Canoe - 18'1923 Old Town Sailing Canoe in great shape
Built in Sponsons
Refurbished 3 years ago
New Doug Fowler Sail
All rigging replaced and works very well
All canoe hardware included, rudder, lee boards etc.
Good Trailer Included
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|Skowhegan 17' Invisible SponsonNew loving owner sought for circa 1930s, beautifully-restored 17-foot Skowhegan Invisible Sponson wood and canvas canoe. A camp on a lake or river with covered boat house and/or dock would make the perfect new home. Stored inside since restoration, it is in perfect condition. Enjoyed for years by the whole family. Handles well fully loaded and in rough water. Contact owner for more pictures and information or to make an offer.
|FS - 1943 Willits S/N 696FS - 1943 Willits S/N 696
I am the second owner, the 1st used it for many years paddling Quetico.
While it has plenty of dings (scars) from it's travels, the PO just put a fresh coat of varnish on.
If interested, send a message.
|Harold “Doc” Blanchard vintage cedar/canvas canoe 15’Vintage Harold "Doc" Blanchard 15 foot cedar strip & canvas canoe. Fully restored. Circa late 1950's to early1960's. Hand made in Greenville Maine. Ideal pond or lake canoe, very stable. (Noted in Jerry Stelmok's "Building the Maine Guide Canoe" in 1980). $2200 OBRO.
Trailer available,for $400. Also has extra center seat and electric trolling motor available if interested.
(I would also consider a trade for a shorter, lighter craft.)
|1967 15’ Old Town Lightweight (50 Pounder) and Sail Rig.Recent professional restoration. Has not seen water since. Includes a full sail and all rigging.
I don’t think the sail rigging has been used.
|D.B. Neal Canoe||07/26/2019 |
|Old Town Canoe 1946 Wood and Canvas H.W.Old Town 1946 Wood and Canvas H.W. Canoe. Fully restored in 2000. Garage stored, used once. Canoe number 146384, have paperwork. You pick up. Asking $1500.00.
|B.N. Morris Canoe - Special Indian, Extra Beam1905 B.N. Morris Canoe
18 ft Special Indian, Extra Beam
Fully restored by Schuyler Thomson of Thomson Canoe Works, Norwalk Connecticut.
Excellent condition and in storage since restoration.