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19′ and Under

19′ and Under Utility boats are perfect for the person getting started in the Antique and Classic Boat hobby. They are usually priced much lower than comparably sized Runabout models and are easier to take care of. They are easy to trailer and with correct power, are well suited to watersports. They typically have a front and back bench seat with a motorbox in the middle. Seating capacity will be 5 to 6 persons.

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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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  • 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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  • 1957 Chris Craft 17ft Sportsman

    1957 Chris Craft 17ft Sportsman – SOLD

    $10,000.00

    1957 Chris Craft 17ft Sportsman – SOLD

    $10,000.00

    1957 Chris Craft 17ft Sportsman.

    The 17ft Sportsman is perfect boat for small lakes and trailering. The utility design allows for recreational use and cruising with guests. This 1957 Chris Craft is powered by a 131 hp Chris Craft KFL engine that was fully re-built in 2016 by Sierra Boat Co. and has less than an hour on it of mechanical test time. This boat has an original bottom that does soak up, but a bottom replacement will be needed in the future. The varnish is in good shape, both on the deck and hull sides. This boat has been in the care of Sierra Boat for a long time and has been maintained and stored by us for use on Lake Tahoe. It is believed that this boat is original to Lake Tahoe. It does not come with a trailer. Price to sell!

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

    • ID: MOSHI MOSHI
    • Year: 1957
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Sportsman
    • Length: 17ft
    • Engine: Chris Craft KFL, 131 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $10,000.00

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  • 1960 Century 19ft Resorter

    1960 Century 19ft Resorter

    $10,000.00

    1960 Century 19ft Resorter

    $10,000.00

    1960 Century 19ft Resorter

    The 19ft Resorter is an excellent boat, but most people can’t get past the unusual square nose. After this boat suffered some damage to the bow, the owner decided to have Sierra Boat rebuild the bow with a proper pointed nose. The repair changed the look of the boat and made it more desirable.

    Sierra Boat has maintenance records and has performed the work done on this boat. The deck varnish is in excellent condition and the hull sides and transom are in good condition. The upholstery, engine box and dash gauges were all new in 1998. The boat was last used in 2003 so it had very little use after the work was done. The boat is powered by a Ford Interceptor motor with 250 hp. Sierra Boat fiberglassed the bottom which had some minor repairs done to it in 1999. The fiberglass bottom is solid but is due again for some more repairs which is estimated around $10k which is reflected in the asking price.

    This Century Resorter is the perfect family ski boat with the built-in ladder on the transom or a great first wooden boat! Price reduced to sell!

    • ID: ENCORE
    • Year: 1960
    • Builder: Century
    • Model: Resorter
    • Length: 19ft
    • Engine: Ford Interceptor, 250 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $10,000.00

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0 Responses to "19′ and Under"
  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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