Corsair is a twenty-eight foot beamy sloop designed by Slabby Larsen and built at the famous JENSEN boatyard in Denmark in 1960. She was shipped over in a container to the US and landed in Oakland where she embarked on her life in the San Francisco Bay. Completely retrofitted in the 80's, she came to her recent owners hands as a yellow painted boat in 2012. Then began her transformation into a bright hull and many other upgrades. Recent haul out and extensive work by Bruce Tipton of Port Townsend, 2016.…WA…USA…More Info
Well Preserved Cruiser. The name Coronet means "Little Crown".
During the Summer of 1958, in a Coronet 22 Explorer (with outboards), builder Ole Botved crossed the Atlantic Ocean, accompanied by the ship Clary Thorden, which supplied the Coronet with fuel through a 90-meter hose. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDcOqclodPI).
One of the first generation to combine a wooden hull with a fiberglass overlay.
Built by Ole Botved of Botved Boats near Copenhagen, Denmark.
Designed by chief designer Bjorn Olsen and American designer Richard C.…Oregon…United States…More Info
1956 Chris Craft Capri 19 with Complete repower, trailer, cover Tons of updates & recent work, was in water up until last week! This is ready to use. Classic wood boat! The ok (what will be needed): At some point in the next year or two it will need bottom painted. It has a few quarter size blemishes on left front side (see picture) The Good!: in 8/08 COMPLETE REPOWER with 4cylinder 140 hp ( she purrs folks, easy maintenance & reliability that most wooden boats don't have). Updated down angle transmission, new shaft, new prop, rebuilt gauges, replaced cables & hoses.…Maine…United States…More Info
Beautiful Eight-Foot Norwegian Pram.
The sailboat was built from Frank Davis plans, from Gougeon Brothers, Custom Boat Builder, Bay City, Michigan. Everything was built in my wood shop, including the spars. For additional photos, look up on YouTube: Building an eight foot Norwegian Pram.
About the boat:
There are 11 different types of wood used to build the boat. Mahogany (bow and stern), Red Oak (trim and dagger boards), White Oak (trim and dagger boards), Poplar (dagger board slot), Sugar Maple (seats and bow), Wild Cherry (knees), Eastern Red Cedar (inside hull), Western Red Cedar underside hull), Birch (dagger board slot), Ash (cleats), and Douglas Fir (spars).…Wisconsin…USA…More Info
1946 Chris Craft Custom Hull # R-20-150,
Two Engines- Original Chris Craft Model “M”, and Brand Newly Rebuilt 350 Marine Chevy
Plus Brand Newly Glassed $25K Bottom by Americas Cup Boat Builder Jim Betts Enterprises
Full Waterline Cover Brand New Aluminum Fuel Tank New Propeller Shaft Dual Axle Trailer
Complete Boat, All OriginaL — Will Need Bilge Paint — Engine Installed — Varnish Maybe