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20′ and Over

20′ and Over. This category represents runabout boats 20′ and over. They may include triple cockpit boats. These boats are better suited to rough water and may have carrying capacity of up to eight people.

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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 Gar Wood 22ft Triple Cockpit

    $125,000.00

    1936 Gar Wood 22ft Triple Cockpit

    $125,000.00

    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: $125,000.00
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  • 2005 Comitti Portofino 25

    2005 Comitti 25ft Portofino

    $125,000.00

    2005 Comitti 25ft Portofino

    $125,000.00

    2005 Comitti 25ft Portofino

    In business since 1956, Comitti is a small company in northern Italy nestled in the foothills beside the beautiful waters of Lake Como. It is the sole remaining Italian shipyard with a modern production facility and a growing business building wooden runabouts. The Italian tradition of fine craftsmanship and classically modern design is evident in each boat.

    Thanks to the finest materials and traditional construction methods, Comitti runabouts are produced for connoisseurs and represent the pinnacle of Italian boat-building tradition.

    Founded by Mario Comitti, the company was later managed by Mario’s son Elia, until 2003 when a new management took over the ownership of the yard. In the last 15 years it has introduced several new models. Today, Comitti builds semi-custom 100% wood construction runabouts in two lengths – SANREMO 22’ and PORTOFINO 25’ – plus the VENEZIA wood-fiberglass composite runabouts of 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34 feet.  For more information on Comitti Boats, see:  www.turnermarinegroup.com

    This 2005 Comitti 25ft Portofino was delivered new to Lake Tahoe in the summer of 2005. It is being sold by the original owner and has always been stored and maintained by Sierra Boat. Comitti boats, while crafted in wood, are as modern as any fiberglass boat. It features a MerCruiser 6.2L MPI fuel injected V-8 engine mated to a Bravo 3 duo-prop drive, which gives it enhanced maneuverability. The construction is laminated wood and epoxy for exceptional durability. It is finished with a high UV acrylic urethane finish, which is long lasting and can be polished. This boat has been re-spayed with new finish since new.

    With a style that is typical of Italian boats, the Portofino has a comfortable stern lounge for sunbathing. A built-in stern platform with ladder is ideal for swimming and watersports.

    • ID: ZELDA
    • Year: 2005
    • Builder: Comitti
    • Model: Portofino
    • Length: 25ft
    • Engine: MerCruiser 6.2L MPI, 300 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $125,000.00
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  • 1929 Chris Craft Commuter

    1929 Chris Craft 38ft Custom Commuter

    $250,000.00

    1929 Chris Craft 38ft Custom Commuter

    $250,000.00

    1929 Chris Craft 38ft Custom Commuter.

    The Custom Commuter was Chris Craft’s first cruiser type boat. The Commuter name comes from the use of this type of boat to “commute” from Long Island sound to Manhattan. At the time the only boats available were custom built boats and Chris Craft saw an opportunity to build a production boat to fill the demand. 65 examples were built from hull no. 5001 to no. 5065, most of them built in 1929 before the depression killed the demand. Dat-So-La-Lee is number 15 in the series.

    This 1929 Chris Craft 38ft Custom Commuter was fully restored in 1991 and has received additional work in later years. Most notably, the bottom was fully replaced with the 5200 style bottom. The engine was changed out to a modern Mercruiser 496, giving the power needed in Lake Tahoe’s altitude. The boat comes with a fully re-built Chris Craft A-120, which was the original engine used before the restoration, but is not the original engine to the boat. The original engines in 1929 were the A-70 engine of a similar design.

    The boat is very original and still has the correct head with a pull-down pull man style sink. The main modification was the conversion of double bunks to a table and benches. Otherwise, every attempt was made to retain originality throughout using the original factory drawings as a guide.

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

    • ID: DAT-SO-LA-LEE
    • Year: 1929
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Custom Commuter
    • Length: 38ft
    • Engine: Mercruiser 496 8.1L, 385 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $250,000.00

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  • Gar Wood 25ft Triple Cockpit

    1937 Gar Wood 25ft Triple Cockpit

    $298,000.00

    1937 Gar Wood 25ft Triple Cockpit

    $298,000.00

    1937 Gar Wood 25ft Triple Cockpit.

    In 1937 Gar Wood built 267 boats, about 100 more than any other year in the 1930s. Midnight Thunder, formerly Triple Time, is one of only nine 25ft runabouts built in 1937, and one of only three 25-footers equipped with the largest engine option, the Scripps 302 V-12. The favored formula for making speedboats go fast in the 1920s and ’30s included a large displacement and low rpm power plant spinning a large propeller. The Scripps V-12 engine, model 302, original to this boat, is no exception to that formula. With a cylinder bore of 4.25 inches and a stroke of 5.25 inches, the displacement totals 894 cubic inches. The engine was said to produce 316 hp at 2,600 rpm.

    Midnight Thunder is in excellent condition. From the original Scripps V-12 engine to the period correct original pattern and color leather upholstery. A restoration was completed from 2002-2003 with wood work by Armstrong Boat Works, of Skaneateles, New York, and the engine restoration was completed by noted Scripps specialist George Shinn. The entire bottom of the boat was replaced at this time, including keel, chines, frames, and bottom planking, following Gar Wood specifications. In order to insure reliability and durability, the Scripps engine and transmission were tuned by the experts at Freedom Engine Service in the summer of 2010.

    This boat then arrived at Sierra Boat in January of 2013 and has been stored and serviced here ever since. The boat was inspected by Sierra Boat from stem to stern for the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elgance Boat Show judging. From that inspection a few items were address for the shows with the largest item being new flooring. The engine was set up and tuned for Lake Tahoe’s high-altitude boating and a custom full waterline cover was made. In 2014 the boat was fully restored including deck, hull sides and transom. At this time the name was changed from “Triple Time” to “Midnight Thunder” in gold leaf. Miscellaneous mechanical items from the judging sheet were addressed as well.

    At the Concours d’Elgance Boat Show in Lake Tahoe, this 1937 Gar Wood 25ft Triple Cockpit won 2014 Best Gar Wood of Show, 2014 Best of Show Over 23ft, 2017 Best in Show, and 2017 Best Engine.

    • ID: MIDNIGHT THUNDER
    • Year: 1937
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Triple Cockpit
    • Length: 25ft
    • Engine: Scripps 302 V-12
    • Trailer: Custom Dual Axle
    • Price: $298,000.00
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  • Gar Wood

    1941 Gar Wood 25’6” Triple Cockpit Custom Runabout

    $250,000.00

    1941 Gar Wood 25’6” Triple Cockpit Custom Runabout

    $250,000.00

    This is a very rare 1941 Gar Wood 25’6’’ Triple Cockpit Custom Runabout.

    Only 35 25-foot Custom Runabouts were ever built by Gar Wood during its 10-year production run from 1932-41. A mere sixteen are known to exist today. Considered by most to be the pinnacle of Gar Wood design, the 1941 models had the most bow flare, the barreled-cutwater design, high-crowned decks and the aft-raked transom, which added 6 inches of length and completed the radical streamlining of the 1941 lineup.

    One of only two 25-foot 6-inch hulls built—both for 1941—it is the last of only five with the huge 316 HP, 894 CI Scripps model 302 V-12 engine. This engine was the top-of-the-line option for the 25-footers, and it pushed the boats to 50 MPH, making it what Gar Wood claimed to be the fastest stock runabout available at the time. It’s price when new in 1941 was a staggering $7,550.

    The 1941 Gar Wood 25-foot 6-inch Custom Runabout featured rich heavy-grained pleated burgundy leather upholstery throughout, with comfortable seating for eight to 10 adult passengers. An abundance of the most beautiful streamlined chromed-brass hardware—which was a Gar Wood trademark—helped make the big, triple–cockpit Gar Woods the boat to own on Lake Tahoe. Though “Hae Dae III”—the name given to the boat by its original owner Herbert Day—was actually delivered new to Newport Beach, California, just after New Years in January 1941, by that summer, it was home at Tahoe, where it was raced in several of the Tahoe Yacht Club events. It won first place in the “Bang and Go Back” race and third place in the Lake Championship Free-For-All Race in both July and August 1941. Hae Dae III was the last 25’6’’ Custom Runabout shipped by Gar Wood.

    Hae Dae III has only had four owners in its lifetime on Lake Tahoe. Tony Brown of Western Runabouts completed a significant preservation restoration in 2002. It has been awarded “Best Gar Wood of Show” at the prestigious Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance twice, in 2002 and 2004.

    https://www.thatoldboat.com/Garwood/25-6-1941-Hae-Dae-III/

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

    • ID: HAE DAE III
    • Year: 1941
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Triple Cockpit Custom Runabout
    • Length: 25’6’’
    • Engine: Rebuilt Original Scripps 302 CI V-12
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $250,000.00
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0 Responses to "20′ and Over"
  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.