This skiff was restored by Milt Carnegie of the 1000 Islands in the late 70's who was considered to be one of the best skiff restorers in the area.Today it is essentially a new boat and needs only varnishing and painting before putting it back in the water.Animação da galera quando tem um DJ presente na festa..
This truly could be the last of its kind, a lapstrake built by Ditchburn.
The boat has undergone a complete restoration over a period of three years to restore it to its original showroom condition.
A very rare and historic Canadian boat, completely professionally restored by highly renowned boat restorer in 2009 Cedar plank hull construction on steam bent white oak frames.
Single plank mahogany decking over sawn mahogany beams. All the oak ribs were replaced, and a new aluminum stem, transom and oak keel were installed Plus all new bottom and deck planking . The launch is in excellent condition and was used in 2017. All dash components work and maintain the original look.
This triple cockpit runabout has had all of its mahogany hull and deck planking replaced using traditional brass clench nails, however we have made two modern day additions by treating all bottom planking with CPES and using 5200 on all laps.
Every single detail truly was addressed and well documented, from remanufacturing missing parts, rechroming all original hardware, custom upholstery, electrical, fuel systems.Built by a couple of Cornell grads in the late twenties and originally powered by a huge Hall-Scott this is a wonderful example of custom craftsmanship.Only 20 feet in length and easy to handle and trailer to shows and destinations.This Classic Port Carling Seabird Triple Cockpit was restored by Duke Marine in 2000.This gorgeous example of Canadian craftsmanship is all mahogany has it's original bottom and a new deck. The mast clamp makes setting the mast a simple tilt up rather than lifting which is unfriendly to the back and risks capsizing.