EECBS has rudders, centerboards and other wooden boat memorabilia for sale. Contact us for specific items and prices.”
2. Italian Rowing Canoe
Our donor received the canoe as a gift in 1945; it had been bought second hand from the Taroni boatyard. He believes the canoe was originally built in the 1930’s, and recalls seeing one similar. He used the canoe on Lake Maggiore where the family had a summer house. The canoe has what appears to be a mast partners, but he never had or knew of a mast. (The canoe has no other sailing indicators such as rudder fittings, center or dagger board trunk, etc.) The canoe was left in Italy when he came to the US and finally brought over in 1994. He used it on Noyack Bay to fish and other recreation until 2014.
3. Sea Urchin
Sea Urchin loa 11'5", beam 4' 4" Stimson Marine design; a stable, good looking skiff that rows and sails very well.
4. Two Beetle Cats
Two Beetle Cats, one fully restored in excellent condition: $8500.
The other needs restoration.
5. Boston Whaler Harpoon
Boston Whaler Harpoon 4.6, LOA: 15' with trailer, needs some work. The boat is of foam sandwich construction reinforced at critical stress points. she's completely unsinkable, self bailing and so durable that she carries a 10 year hull warranty. $200.
Catalina 16.5 traditional sloop-rigged daysailor with main and genoa designed for 2 or more, with trailer and 2 hp Honda. $6500.
Comet with sails and trailer. The boat is sound but needs some work. $300.