Boats For Sale
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14′ Sailing Surf Dory
Located: San Diego, CA
14′ Wooden Sailing Dory built by Lowell’s Boat Shop in Amesbury, Massachusetts, the nation’s oldest operating boat shop. This boat was built in 2010 and has never been used and so is in new condition. Original cost is $13,000. She is cedar plank on locust frame with copper and bronze fasteners. The bottom and garboard have been encapsulated in fiberglass and epoxy for leak free trailering. She is sprit rigged, with a dagger board. She comes with oars, trailer, and cover.
LOCATED IN MASSACHUSETTS
A 14 foot Lapstrake ‘Wheelbarrow” Skiff. Cedar on Oak. Designed by Pete Culler. Built by Lowell’s in 1978. In excellent condition, professionally maintained, sail rig complete. Comes with full sail rig, rudder, centerboard, trailer and a set of oars. A very versatile and seaworthy craft. Sail, row, and launch from the beach in a snap!
See the ‘Complete Design Catalog-Pete Cullers Boats’ by John Burke for complete article and plans.
12′ HEIDI SKIFF
LOCATED IN nh
15′ Merrimack “Mohonk”
Rowing Skiff $10,700
2009 15’ Merrimack rowing skiff “Mohonk” model. A design developed by Lowell’s Boat Shop for the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York . The design is based on the Merrimack Skiff model with an added plank and more width for stability. The boat is constructed of cedar on oak frames with mahogany rails and seats. The bottom is encapsulated in West System Epoxy. Boat comes with cover, oars, trailer, and a torqueedo electric outboard motor.
17′ Atlantic Rowing Skiff $3,500 (SOLD)
Built at Lowell’s Boat Shop in 1999. White oak stem and frames. Mahogany transom, cedar planking, white pine seating. Bronze bow eye, cleats, and oarlocks. Copper rivets.
Finished with Sikkens Cetol and Pettit Marine enamel.
Comes with trailer, custom Shaw and Tenney leathered oars and a small bronze anchor.
This skiff is in great condition, seldom used, and garaged over the winters. It can be rowed by one or two people; easy to launch, it is sleek and nimble in the water.
2014 16′ Amesbury Skiff
Built last winter as the subject for an upcoming WoodenBoat Magazine article. Cedar on Locust, copper and bronze fastened. Varnished Mahogany transom. Traditionally caulked bottom. No engine but can be set up with tiller steer or a console can be easily added.