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  • 1930 Chris Craft 24ft 103 Runabout “Triple Cockpit Raised Deck”

    $127,500.00

    1930 Chris Craft 24ft 103 Runabout “Triple Cockpit Raised Deck”

    $127,500.00

    1930 Chris Craft 24ft 103 Runabout “Triple Cockpit Raised Deck”

    The iconic 103 runabout, also known as a Triple Cockpit Raised Deckwas produced from 1928 to 1931, with a total of 627 hulls made. This example was restored to the highest of standards by a restoration shop back East. It came to Lake Tahoe in 2009 where it has been stored and service by Sierra Boat. It received new stain and varnish on the decks and hull sides in the winter of 2019/2020 by Northwest Classic Boats in Auburn.

    This 1930 Chris Craft features a “no soak” bottom for no leak usability. The boat is powered by a Chris Craft MCL engine with 175 hp. The boat is protected by a new custom waterline cover and comes with a 1997 dual axle Performance Trailers trailer.

    “Summerbell” has been used on Lake Tahoe since its arrival in 2009 and is currently in its slip at Sierra Boat ready for a new home!

    • ID: SUMMERBELL
    • Year: 1930
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: 103 Runabout “Triple Cockpit Raised Deck”
    • Length: 24ft
    • Engine: Chris Craft MCL, 175 hp
    • Trailer: 1997 Performance Trailers, Dual Axle
    • Price: $127,500.00
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  • 1936 Chris Craft Special Raceboat 16

    1936 Chris Craft 16ft Special Race Boat

    $25,000.00

    1936 Chris Craft 16ft Special Race Boat

    $25,000.00

    1936 Chris Craft 16ft Special Race Boat

    The Chris Craft Special Race Boat was the first of the famous Barrel Back designs from Chris Craft. Most of them were painted red, white, and blue. Very fast in their day with a 121 hp KB flathead six, this one is even faster.

    As a longtime Sierra Boat customer, he had a thing for small fast boats, and in the early 70’s a 365 cu in Cadillac V8 was shoehorned into her engine bay. This is not a show boat, but a fun vintage hotrod. An older restoration, much of the work was done in the early 90’s including a new deck and engine rebuild. The heavy duty fiberglass bottom was done in the 70’s for extra strength.

    • ID: Bow Down
    • Year: 1936
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Special Race Boat
    • Length: 16ft
    • Engine: Cadillac 365 cu in, 300 est. HP
    • Trailer: 2000 Custom Trailer, Single Axle
    • Price: $25,000.00
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  • 1936 Gar Wood 22ft Triple Cockpit

    $110,000.00

    1936 Gar Wood 22ft Triple Cockpit

    $110,000.00

    1936 Gar Wood 22ft Triple Cockpit

    Gar Wood Boats’ success was directly tied to owner Garfield Wood’s dominance in winning almost every race he ever entered. His hands-on designs and special engine configurations were considered the leading technology of the era. Gar Woods are among the most sought-after and valuable boats on today’s classic wooden boat market.

    This 1936 Gar Wood 22ft is powered by an upgraded Crusader Marine 350 with 325 hp which greatly outperforms the original 1936 six cylinder Chrysler Crown engine. This boat has only been used in fresh water only. It features a “no-soak” West System bottom. This Gar Wood was professionally restored by a well-known West Coast restorer and has had very little use after the restoration.

    This 1936 Gar Wood comes on a 1995 Ryan Trailers dual axle trailer and is protected by a custom full waterline cover.

    • ID: DANA ROSE
    • Year: 1936
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Triple Cockpit
    • Length: 22ft
    • Engine: Crusader Marine 350, 325 hp
    • Trailer: 1995 Ryan Trailers dual axle trailer
    • Price: $110,000.00
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  • 1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout

    $125,000.00

    1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout

    $125,000.00

    1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout

    Gar Wood Boats’ success was directly tied to owner Garfield Wood’s dominance in winning almost every race he ever entered. His hands-on designs and special engine configurations were considered the leading technology of the era. Gar Woods are among the most sought-after and valuable boats on today’s classic wooden boat market.

    This 1940 Gar Wood Custom Runabout named “Cracker Jack” was purchased by the Kilpatrick Sales Corporation and received on July 2nd, 1940 in St. Louis, Missouri. It was used for recreation and transportation on the Mississippi River in the Clarksville area. In 1964 the boat, along with a collection of antique cars, was involved in a warehouse fire where is suffered damage. It was finally restored in 1984 when the original owners moved to Spokane Washington and had Sid Young of Stan Craft perform the work. The current sellers purchased the boat from the original owners on October 19th, 2012 and transported it from Spokane, Washington to Nevada City, California where Curtis Bauman and Aaron Gack completely restored “Cracker Jack” to its original condition.

    “Cracker Jack” is powered by a Chrysler Crown 6 cylinder with 103 hp. It was rebuilt by John Allen in 2012. Stanley Marshall provided the upholstery work using real leather throughout.  The boat features a “no soak” fiberglass bottom which was done during the restoration in 2012 as well. The deck, hull sides and transom varnish are in excellent condition. The upholstery has been meticulously maintained and is original in styling. The boat is protected by a custom full waterline cover and comes with a 2013 California Trailer Works dual axle custom trailer.

    “Cracker Jack” won “BEST GAR WOOD OF SHOW” award in the 2016 Lake Tahoe Concours d’ Elegance boat show.

    Records available as well as a complete book with pictures of the restoration in 2012.

    • ID: CRACKER JACK
    • Year: 1940
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Custom Runabout
    • Length: 19’
    • Engine: Chrysler Crown 6 Cylinder, 103 hp
    • Trailer: 2013 California Trailer Works dual axle trailer
    • Price: $125,000.00
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  • 1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout

    1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout

    $90,000.00

    1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout

    $90,000.00

    1940 Gar Wood 19ft Custom Runabout.

    Gar Wood Boats’ success was directly tied to owner Garfield Wood’s dominance in winning almost every race he ever entered. His hands-on designs and special engine configurations were considered the leading technology of the era. Gar Wood’s are among the most sought-after and valuable boats on today’s classic wooden boat market.

    This 1940 Gar Wood Custom Runabout is powered by a Chris Craft 283 V8 with 185 hp. The engine has 234.3 fresh water only hours on it. In 2015 the boat received a brand-new Sierra Boat Co. membrane bottom. The membrane bottom performs and appears like a traditional bottom but requires no soaking. The deck, hull sides and transom varnish are in excellent condition. The upholstery has been meticulously maintained and is original in styling. The boat is protected by a custom full waterline cover.

    This Gar Wood has been stored and service by Sierra Boat Co. with all the records for many years!

    For more information about the bottom replacement, please click on this link that takes you to an article and pictures of how the bottom replacement was done. https://sierraboat.com/blog/2016/03/02/roki-ii-1940-19-garwood-bottom-restoration/

    https://www.garwood.com/index.php/gar-wood-history/

    Motivated seller, make an offer!!

    • ID: ROKI II
    • Year: 1940
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Custom Runabout
    • Length: 19’
    • Engine: Chris Craft 283 V8, 185 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $90,000.00
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  • 1947 Gar Wood 19’6” Deluxe Runabout “Commodore”

    $95,000.00

    1947 Gar Wood 19’6” Deluxe Runabout “Commodore”

    $95,000.00

    1947 Gar Wood 19’6’’ Deluxe Runabout “Commodore”

    The Commodore was regarded as one of the most beautiful double cockpit runabouts of its time, and arguably of all time. In 1945 as World War II wound down to its final campaigns the new management of Gar Wood Industries decides to restyle their boat line with a completely new look. The new designs were superb and worthy of the great Gar Wood tradition.

    This very rare 1947 Gar Wood 19’6″ Deluxe Runabout Commodore is hull number 9016. Only 84 of the 19′ 6″ Commodores were ever produced and only a few are still around today. In April of 1947 the boat division of Gar Wood Industries was permanently closed. Hull 9016 was one of the very last Gar Wood 19’6’’ runabouts built.

    The original owner was unknown, but he upgraded the powerplant with a 1951 Cadillac 331 engine. In the early 1950’s, Joe Balcao and Eddie Santo purchased the boat for $1,800 primarily because it was considered the fastest of its time. Subsequent to the Balcao/Santos purchase, the engine was highly modified by Joseph Bianchini of Bianchini Engines in Stockton, CA where he bored the engine to 365 cubic inches, balanced the crankshaft, installed “Detroit Racing” intake manifold with dual carburetors and chrome deck intake, a racing camshaft with roller rockers, a second remote oil pump and cooler, high compression pistons, dual exhausts, and a electric fuel pump. In the 1960’s, Santos sold his share of the Gar Wood to Balcao for $600. The Gar Wood was placed in storage in a Stockton warehouse and unused from the 60’s to August of 2011 when the current seller purchased the boat from Balcao.

    From 2011 to the fall of 2012, the current seller invested over $187,000 in a complete restoration done by Sierra Boat Company. A failing fiberglass bottom was replaced by a no soak membrane bottom. The side planks and deck were restored and hardware re-chromed. The engine was rebuilt consistent with period Cadillac engines and the racing modifications retained. The throttle was returned to its original steering column location. The interior was completed by Champion Upholstery in Reno, NV which brought the boat back to factory specifications of the two-tone blue and gray colors.

    The seller has two extremely detailed binders for the complete boat history and for all service and maintenance records. This boat comes with a custom waterline cover to protect it. It sits on a 1987 Trail-Rite dual axle trailer.

    This 1947 Gar Wood “Commodore” won awards at the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance and the ACBS Lake Tahoe International boat shows.

    • ID: WHEN MEN WERE MEN
    • Year: 1947
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Deluxe Runabout “Commodore”
    • Length: 19’6’’
    • Engine: Modified Cadillac
    • Trailer: 1987 Trail-Rite, dual axle
    • Price: $95,000.00
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  • 1949 Hacker Craft 22ft Utility

    $65,000.00

    1949 Hacker Craft 22ft Utility

    $65,000.00

    1949 Hacker Craft 22ft Utility

    Hacker Craft’s have been hand crafted since 1908 with John L. Hacker being the preeminent naval architect of mahogany pleasure crafts of the last century. Hacker Crafts are considered one of the most authentic American-made brands to this day.

    This 1949 Hacker Craft 22ft Utility was limited in production making it rare. It has been said that only 3 of these models exist today. The high quality of construction is consistent with other post war Hacker Crafts produced at that time. The 22ft Utility offers three rows of seating making the layout perfect for cocktail cruising with guest or family adventure on the water.

    This 1949 Hacker Craft 22ft Utility is powered by a Chrysler Marine M28 with around 180 hp. This engine performs extremely well with plenty of torque.

    In the winter of 2008-2009, Sierra Boat Co. restored the decks, hull sides, transom, and interior bright work as well as new flooring. In 2019 the boat received new bottom paint. This boat features a West System no-soak bottom and is used each summer out of a slip at Sierra Boat Company.

    Hacker-Crafts are known for a very comfortable ride, even in rough waters. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a very rare Utility Hacker-Craft!

    https://www.hackerboat.com/

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    • ID: SASHAY
    • Year: 1949
    • Builder: Hacker-Craft
    • Model: Utility
    • Length: 22ft
    • Engine: Chrysler Marine M28, 180 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $65,000.00
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  • 1953 Chris Craft 19ft Racing Runabout

    $39,500.00

    1953 Chris Craft 19ft Racing Runabout

    $39,500.00

    1953 Chris Craft 19ft Racing Runabout

    Only 503 of these beautiful Racing Runabouts were built between 1948 and 1954. Racing Runabouts featured a long front deck and a sleek low sheer line, making it look fast even when it is sitting on the dock!

    This 1953 Chris Craft Racing Runabout is powered by a Chris Craft MBL engine with 158 hp. The varnish on the deck and hull sides are in good condition and the upholstery is in excellent condition. The bottom is a no soak West System bottom. A custom waterline cover is included with the boat, and it sits on a custom trailer.

    This Racing Runabout has been on Lake Tahoe’s fresh water and maintained by one family for decades!

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: MASSOLO
    • Year: 1953
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Racing Runabout
    • Length: 19ft
    • Engine: Chris Craft MBL, 158 hp
    • Trailer: Custom Trailer
    • Price: $39,500.00
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  • 1959 Chris Craft 19ft Silver Arrow

    $59,500.00

    1959 Chris Craft 19ft Silver Arrow

    $59,500.00

    1959 Chris Craft 19ft Silver Arrow

    Back in the 1950’s, car manufacturers had discovered the beauty of fiberglass; it was light and easy to shape, yet strong and durable. Before long, boat builders realized fiberglass was ideally suited for their applications. At the time, Chris Craft was the leading builder of pleasure crafts in America. They started to experiment with fiberglass in 1957 and made public in 1958 the Chris Craft Silver Arrow. The Silver Arrow used a fiberglass shell molded around a traditional 19ft wooden planked boat. The Silver Arrow was known for a pair of prominent fins on the transom which was inspired by the automobiles of that time. The unique futuristic construction as well as its sleek, stylish profile makes the Silver Arrow rare and desirable.

    The Silver Arrow was built from 1958 to 1959 with a total of 92 hulls built. It has been said that about 30 still exist today. This 1959 Silver Arrow example is number 62 in the production line.

    The Silver Arrow had about 20% more weight than the equivalent wooden boat due to the added fiberglass allowing it to perform better on rougher water for an outstanding cruising experience. The Silver Arrow also has anti-trip chines that allow it to bank into a turn better than most runabouts.

    This 1959 Chris Craft 19ft Silver Arrow is powered by a Chris Craft 283 engine that was converted to a 350. It is showing an original 443.4 engine hours, so the hull has that many hours of use, but the converted engine has less.

    This boat was bought new and has been in the seller’s family ever since. Always used in Lake Tahoe, it was restored 15-20 years ago and has a West System bottom with a glass overlay on it.  It won an award in the Concourse d’Elegance boat show before being put away for storage in the seller’s garage in Rubicon for many years.

    These rare, stylish and uniquely designed boats are a head turner at any dock you pull up to!

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: SILVER ARROW
    • Year: 1959
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Silver Arrow
    • Length: 18’9”
    • Engine: Chris Craft 283 Conversion to a 350
    • Trailer: 1998 Sport Boat Trailers, dual axle
    • Price: $59,500.00
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  • 1966 Donzi Sweet 16 – SALE PENDING

    $15,000.00

    1966 Donzi Sweet 16 – SALE PENDING

    $15,000.00

    1966 Donzi Sweet 16

    The Sweet 16 was the masterpiece of Don Aronow and the first boat offered by his company, Donzi Marine. Since going into production in 1964, with a gap in the late 1970s and early 1980s, this boat has been something of a little-known jewel. Its 50-plus mph top speed at sea level feels like a whole lot more, and with the type of handling only a small boat can offer, it’s incredibly fun to drive.

    This Donzi will turn heads with its red stripe on white color scheme. Besides its undeniable good looks, the Donzi 16 was a sensation because of its performance. This boat is powered by a Ford 260 V8 with a Holman Moody Marine outdrive. The engine was rebuilt by Sierra Boat Company in the winter of 2014 and has only been used in Lake Tahoe’s fresh water. The rebuilt engine has less than 100 hours on it.

    In 1966 this Donzi arrived at Sierra Boat Company new from the factory. Sierra Boats General Manager at that time, Dick Clarke, bought the boat for his personal use. The current seller bought the boat in 1978 and has used it on Tahoe only. The seller has an extensive record file that will come with the boat.

    This boat comes on a 1966 custom Nor-Cal Trailers single axle trailer. It is protected by a full cover and a cockpit snap on tonneau cover.

    • ID: STROUD
    • Year: 1966
    • Builder: Donzi
    • Model: Sweet 16
    • Length: 16ft
    • Engine: Ford 260 V8, 260 hp
    • Trailer: 1966 custom Nor-Cal Trailers, single axle
    • Price: $15,000.00
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  • 1969 Riva Junior

    $94,500.00

    1969 Riva Junior

    $94,500.00

    1969 Riva Junior

    The Riva Junior was produced from 1966 to 1972 with only 626 examples made. When introduced in 1966 it was designed to replace the Riva Florida. Conceived for utility use and ease of maintenance it was typified by a large cockpit that could be walked round the engine cover and driving seat. The sides and transom were normally painted white, but this example has beautiful mahogany hull sides. The design of the transom, also used for the Olympic, had the purpose of protecting the passengers from spray from the stern. The Riva Junior was launched with the slogan, ”It’s the young people’s rocket”. The cockpit is equipped along its sides by a large mahogany grab rail with an elaborate front stay of chrome plated bronze incorporating the engine air intakes. In 1972 the Junior was replaced by the Rudy, of very similar design and slightly longer, but made of fiberglass.

    This 1969 Riva Junior received the highest in quality of restoration which was completed in 2018 and was done by Northwest Classic Boats. It took over $175k to complete the restoration with no expense spared including a no soak West System bottom and the upgrade from painted white hull sides to mahogany hull sides. This Riva won a 1st place award at the prestigious Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance boat show after the restoration was completed.

    Power comes from a Riva Crusader V8 with 190 hp. The engine was rebuilt in during the restoration in 2018 but the tachometer still shows the original engine hours of 458.0.

    The boat comes with Riva fenders, a mahogany fold down swim ladder, a custom full waterline cover, and a 2016 Ryan Trailers dual axle trailer.

    • ID: BOTTAIO
    • Year: 1969
    • Builder: Riva
    • Model: Junior
    • Length: 18’6’’
    • Engine: Riva Crusader V8, 190 hp
    • Trailer: 2016 Ryan Trailers
    • Price: $94,500.00
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  • 1971 Riva Super Ariston

    1971 Riva 23ft Super Ariston

    $295,000.00

    1971 Riva 23ft Super Ariston

    $295,000.00

    1971 Riva Super Ariston

    The Ariston model enjoyed a long run, with the first prototypes being built in 1950 to the last boat built in 1974. According to records a total of 1004 hulls were produced. This example is hull no. 970. It is classified as a series four hull and the last hull type of the super Ariston series, which were longer and had the best riding hull. “Super” Ariston’s account for only 181 of the total hulls produced. The super designation was assigned to boats with larger engines, in this case the big block Chevrolet marinized by Crusader Marine and Riva.

    Renegade III (original name) is a 1971 Series 4 23-foot Riva Super Ariston. It was sold new to Edmond Safra, a billionaire banker who resided in Monaco.  He was tragically killed in 1999 when his waterfront estate on Monaco harbor burned.

    This boat is the last Super Ariston to be built while Carlo Riva was still in charge of Cantiere Riva and the last one with the traditional black face VDO instruments. The current owner imported the boat to California 20 years ago. It has just recently been the subject of a comprehensive multiple year refurbishment.

    The bottom has been professionally replaced with a West System bottom by Northwest Classic Boats. The transom was also replaced. All of the rest of the wood on the boat is original. The boat only has 600 hours on it since new and less than 1 hour since its refurbishment.

    It is powered by the original Riva Crusader 320 horsepower, 427 cubic inch engine. The upholstery and flooring are new. The boat has an original Riva factory cover and comes on a custom tandem axle trailer.

    In September 2021 it was awarded Overall Best of Show – Preserved and International Boat of the Year-Preserved at the annual Antique and Classic Boat Society’s International Boat Show in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, with a near perfect score.

    • ID: Renegade III
    • Year: 1971
    • Builder: Riva
    • Model: Super Ariston
    • Length: 23 ft
    • Engine: Riva Crusader 427 cu in, 320 hp
    • Trailer: 2000 DHM tandem
    • Price: $295,000.00
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  • 1973 Chris Craft XK22

    $75,000.00

    1973 Chris Craft XK22

    $75,000.00

    1973 Chris Craft XK22

    The Chris Craft XK22 was advertised as a rocket ready to take off! Between 1971 and 1976, Chris Craft made only 230 hulls of the XK22. In 1973, only 75 hulls were built making this boat #72 out of 75 manufactured that year.

    Over the 60’s and 70’s, Chris-Craft made the transition from wooden mahogany runabouts to fiberglass runabouts. The fiberglass runabouts were built to last longer and had cheaper maintenance costs. The XK22 is recognized as one of the first fiberglass boats commercialized by Chris Craft.

    The XK22 model attracts collectors as it was at the time a symbol of luxury and modernity made for the sophisticated gentlemen. Its deep V hull was designed by Jim Wayne, while Dick Avery was in charge of the successful design of the deck.

    This 1973 Chris Craft XK22 was fully restored by Vogue Marine in Boulder City, Nevada. This included tearing the boat down to its basic structure then completely re-gel coating the boat in Chevrolet Bel Air turquoise and ivory white with chrome accents. It features an entirely new and pristine white and turquoise interior complete with custom seats designed like racing seats. This restoration took place over several years and was completed in 2015, accumulating into the impressive vessel it is today. All records for the restoration are available, as the seller has over $100k invested in the boat and custom trailer.

    This XK22 is powered by a Corvette 350 engine with 320 hp. The engine has been enhanced with high performance exhaust and ignition system. Attention to detail is evident when viewing this engine with no expense spared.

    This boat has only been used once after the restoration and then stored to preserve its pristine condition. Features on this 1973 Chris Craft XK22 include a new custom bimini top, a new sand weighted cockpit cover, a transportation cover, Sirius Satellite Radio, custom sun pad over the engine hatch, reinforced fiberglass on the deck bow for walking on, cuddy cabin under bow deck with custom cushions, and a 2016 custom California Trailer Works Inc. dual axle trailer which is painted to match.

    Rhythm & Blues won a first place in the 2015 South Lake Tahoe boat show.

    • ID: RHYTHM & BLUES
    • Year: 1973
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: XK22
    • Length: 22’9’’
    • Engine: Corvette 350, 320 hp
    • Trailer: 2016 California Trailer Works Inc., dual axle
    • Price: $75,000.00
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  • 1991 Windsor Craft 26ft Day Cruiser

    $75,000.00

    1991 Windsor Craft 26ft Day Cruiser

    $75,000.00

    1991 Windsor Craft 26ft Day Cruiser

    Windsor Craft brings you the graceful design and timeless beauty of a classic boat while discreetly infusing all of today’s modern technologies and amenities. Its elegant lines and understated charm make Windsor Craft’s unique.  This boat is for those who love the look of a classic wooden boat but without the same upkeep cost.

    This 1991 Windsor Craft named “Yellowtail” is a one owner boat that has been used only on Lake Tahoe’s pristine waters. This boat has been stored and service by Sierra Boat since new with all records available.

    Yellowtail has extensive Philippine mahogany decking and trim throughout, all on a fiberglass lapstrake hull. It has a huge cockpit and entertainment area. The aft bench seat slides out to create a large sun pad or when retracted it allows placement of a large table. The helm has a wide comfortable seat and is adjacent to the wet bar/galley which features a refrigerator, icemaker, and Microwave, that all run from the Onan 3.0 Marine Genset with 25.5 hours on it.

    This Windsor Craft has a custom removable bimini top which shades the helm and picnic table area well. In the cuddy cabin there is sleeping for two, an entertainment center with a TV and cassette stereo, toilet, and a storage cabinet.  On the transom is a swim platform with a removable boarding ladder for easy access to the water.

    This 1991 Windsor Craft is powered by a MerCruiser 502 engine with 430 hp. The engine has 483.0 original fresh water only engine hours on it. The most recent work done to this boat was in the spring of 2021 when Yellowtail received new custom flooring and fresh varnish on all exterior wood pieces.

    This boat has all the desirable options and extras that make it a perfect Lake Tahoe cruiser!

    • ID: YELLOWTAIL
    • Year: 1991
    • Builder: Windsor Craft
    • Model: Day Cruiser
    • Length: 26ft
    • Engine: MerCruiser 502, 430 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $75,000.00
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  • 1996 Cobalt 220

    $24,500.00

    1996 Cobalt 220

    $24,500.00

    1996 Cobalt 220

    The most popular Tahoe fiberglass boat on the lake, Cobalt’s offer all the features to cover your boating needs. This 1996 Cobalt 220 is powered by a MerCruiser 454 MAG with 380 hp. It has only 383.0 fresh water engine hours. That’s a little less than 15.0 hours of use each year! A factory upgraded exhaust system gives you the option of Captains Call which allows to you to hear the true power of the engine.

    This boat features seating for 9 with driver and passenger captain chairs with flip up bolsters. The rear bench seat creates a sun pad that extends over the engine hatch. The open bow has extra storage under the seats. The boat is equipped with a Sony Cassette stereo system, fire extinguisher, swim step with fold down ladder, depth gauge, hydraulic steering system, ski storage locker, bimini top, dual battery system, and much more.

    This 1996 Cobalt 220 is protected by bow and cockpit tonneau covers and also comes with a full waterline storage cover. The boat sits on a dual axle Zieman trailer that has 4 new tires, new bunks, and a new winch.

    This boat has been meticulously maintained on an annual basis with recently completed full tune-up, impeller replacement, and oil change.

    The seller is including in the sale dock lines, life jackets, ski rope and flag, air inflator, tool kit, vacuum, fenders, boat hook, paddles, anchor and more.

    Don’t miss out on this opportunity to buy a used Tahoe only Cobalt with extremely low engine hours!

    • ID: TOAST
    • Year: 1996
    • Builder: Cobalt
    • Model: 220
    • Length: 22’
    • Engine: MerCruiser 454 MAG, 380 hp
    • Trailer: Zieman dual axle
    • Price: $24,500.00

     

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  • 1999 Cobalt 220

    $23,500.00

    1999 Cobalt 220

    $23,500.00

    This 1999 Cobalt 220 is powered by a MerCruiser 7.4L MPI V8 with 310 hp. The engine hour meter shows a very low 468.2 hours, which is only 20.5 hours of use each year! This Cobalt is a one owner boat that has been used only in Lake Tahoe’s fresh water and has been stored and service by Sierra Boat Co. since new with all records available. The outdrive is a Bravo One with a 3-blade stainless steel prop.

    This boat features seating for up to 11 with driver and passenger captain chairs with flip up bolsters. The rear bench seat creates a sun pad that extends over the engine hatch. The open bow has extra storage under the seats and has an anchor locker with anchor included. The boat is equipped with a bimini top, fire extinguisher, swim step with fold down ladder, drive trim with indicator, ski locker, hydraulic steering system with tilt wheel, and much more.

    The boat is protected by blue bow and cockpit tonneau covers and a grey full cover.

    • Year: 1999
    • Builder: Cobalt
    • Model: 220
    • Length: 22’
    • Engine: MerCruiser 7.4L MPI V8, 310 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $23,500.00

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0 Responses to "All Boats"
  1. Hey Mac . Congratulations.
    I would like more info on Chris craft if you get a chance .Also are there any Chris Craft boat shows coming soon

  2. I have a 22.6′ boat. What is your fees for Winter Boat Storage? What days does it cover? What additional fees are there (e.g. winterizing/summerizing)? Do you have availability for winter 2021-22? If not, the following year?

  3. Hello, My name is Michael Aberle and I have a 1962 Chris Craft Holiday 20ft. The boat is in good condition and I have some motor work done this last year, but I would like to see what the cost would be to have you complete the restoration. I have her in California now. Could we sort up a zoom or FaceTime call to review the boat and get an estimate.

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