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28ft 1976, all fiberglass, "PaceMaker"
  • 11.5ft beam
  • 3ft draft
  • Twin 318cid Chrysler marine gas engines
  • Twin Screws
  • Swim Platform
  • Ladder
  • Search Light
  • Two way fridge
  • Galley & Head
  • Full twin instrumentation & controls
  • Full Canopy
  • Sleeps Six
  • Weight - 5 tons
  • Built for open water
  • ASKING: $ 21,000 CDN

    42 foot Mathews (1956)
    Dauntless is a beautiful 42 foot 1956 Mathews twin screw cruiser. It features two staterooms. The aft cabin has a tiled bath and separate shower while the forward cabin has a toilet and sink. The modern galley and dinette features a three burner propane range and oven, microwave, full sized refrigerator/freezer and instant hot water system. The main salon is fully furnished as well as the enclosed hardtop bridgedeck. Mahogany storage boxes/seating highlight the bow, bridgedeck and cockpit. There is ample locker and drawer storage in the staterooms and galley.
  • New Paint 2002
  • Refurbished interior 2003
  • Recent engine replacement 2 - GM 350 (blueprinted)
  • Roomy and well lit engine room with sitdown work area
  • Spare parts and parts storage included
  • New paint 1999
  • Refurbished interior 1996
  • Modern electrical system - substantially new in 1998
  • Modern lighting system and fixtures - most on dimmers
  • Heart Interface inverter charger
  • CD audio system
  • Vacuum toilet system
  • Engine room CO2 fire protection system
  • 250 gallons fresh water tank
  • 200 gallons fuel
  • 28 gallons waste water system
  • Dual 1200GPH bilge pumps
  • VHF Radio
  • Forced air intrahull powered ventilation system (keeps boat fresh and mildew free)
  • 1800 watt Honda generator
  • Searchlight and docking lights
  • ASKING: $ 112,500 CAN
    ONLY $80,000 US

    F.S. Nock Express Cruiser 1938
    30'x8', 6 cylinder Ford/sleeps 2/ greatshape - 2 Owners

    Maiden launch photo 1938
    ASKING: $7,800

    17'9" Bay of Quinte Skiff built in 1910
    This beautiful 17'9" powered skiff was built in the township of Ameliasburg in the county of Prince Edward in southern Ontario,Canada in 1910.One of the only remaining examples of the boats built in this era for use on the Bay of Quinte It is built of cedar on oak frames and the deck is also of cedar with narrow bands of mahogany between the deck planks for a fancy finish.The centre seat-back folds for conveince and the fuel tank is mounted up under the seat. A compartment under the fore deck provides storage and a home for the battery. It is complimented by raised panel doors A Fairbanks Morse two stroke 3 1/2 hp engine powers the boat. It has battery ignition with a Model T Ford spark coil. Priming the cylinder with a shot of gas in the priming cup and rapidly turning the engine back to top dead center with the flywheel starts the engine, The engine is matched to a Baldridge transmission for neutral and reverse.The prop is protected by a skeg and she is steered by a side mounted lever. Amelia is named after Princess Amelia for the township she was built .She has been in covered storage since 1969 and was put back in the water May of 2000.She is stored on the trailer that was custom made for her hull.An historic boat that was once owned by the baliff of Prince Edward County. Boat complete with trailer.
    ASKING: $12,000 USD

    42 foot Owens Aruba "A. Denise"
    1969 Owens Aruba, 42'x12', Twin-Screw, Wooden Motor-Ship, Chrysler 400 Gas engines, three cabins, fore-cabin sleeps 3, mid-cabin-2 single berths, aft-cabin-queen size, double pull-out in main salon, teak decks and mahogany interior, canvas canopy and deck seats new in 2000.
    Project Boat REDUCED: $ 5,000

    38' Custom Built Steel Cruiser "TZIGANY II"
    1960 custom built steel cruiser, 38'10"x10'6", diesel/v-drives-1993, 3 new fuel tanks-1990, incomplete, project boat.
    ASKING: $ 5,000

    36' 1969 Glenelle "Seven"
    1969 Glenelle/36x12/powered by twin 350/v-berth, unfinished interior/complete super-structure re-done, including fly-bridge, new front window framing and new bulk-heads.
    ASKING: $ 18,500

    27' 1982 Bayliner Victoria "Ramblin' Rose"
    "Ramblin' Rose" 1982 Bayliner Victoria, 27"6"x8 powered by 350 GM, Volvo drive 270, flybridge, 2 helms, fridge-AC/DC, stove-electric and alcohol, head-new toilet, hot and cold water system, shower, sleeps 5, galley, canvas-new bimini top, VHF radio, 2 depth sounders, 2 anchors, lines, fenders, life jackets.
    ASKING: $ 14,500

    35' Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser "Magna"
    "Magna" 1936 Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser 35' X 11', 2 Model H engines - gas, Sleeps 4. Has won Antique Cruiser A.C.B.S several times. Quote from recent survey, "boat is in excellent condition - very well maintained / all tackle complete & well maintained / hull finish perfectly kept / varnished cabin & decks - perfectly kept & maintained / vessel is kept in SHOW condition / excellent original condition".
    ASKING: $ 50,000

    26' 1960 Pembroke Cruiser "Cygnus"
    "Cygnus" 1960 Pembroke Cruiser, 26x9 rare mahogany lapstrake cruiser, re-built in 2000 Ford Interceptor 312 cu. in. single engine, re-built stem, new ribs and many new mahogany planks, substantial re-built decks for easy access to for-deck, camper back top with new side and aft curtains, stand up galley with v-berth(sleeps 2), access hatch to foredeck dinette seats 4 and sleeps 2, re-upholstered v-berth and dinette cushions, stainless sink, icebox, microwave, small 110V bar fridge, fresh water system with 39 gallon tank, AM/FM cassette/marine radio, lightweight love-seat, head with sink, fresh water and 45 gallon grey water holding tank, 12V and 110V AC interior lights, large mahogany swim platform, anchor with 100 ft.rope, all lines, new fenders and fender lines, lying at Aylings Boatyard-Merrickville, Ont.
    ASKING: $ 5,000 obo

    1967 38' Riverqueen with 12' beam "Steel Away"
    New, New, New in 2002. New:Steel Hull, gas tanks toilet and holding tank, hot water tank, plumbing, dinette upholstery and carpeting. 318 Chrysler engines, one rebuilt, along with Dana outdrives and intermediate housings, second engine replaced. Counter rotating propellers. Coal tar epoxy bottom coating applied 2003. Interior layout is authentic Riverqueen. Sleeps six in bunk beds, dinette and leatherette hide-a-bed located in the helm/living room area. Includes three burner propane stove with oven and electric fridge, hot and cold pressure water with seperate shower. Kohler generator with magneto available. Both 12v DC and 110v AC interior lighting and outlets. Shore power (30 ampere) with 50' cord. Includes 35lb Danforth style anchor with chain/rope, fenders, docking and spring lines and more.
    ASKING: $ 39,000

    1939 33' Chris Craft "LYNDA-IV"
    Lynda IV was manufactured by Chris-Craft Detroit Michigan in 1939. This mahogany plank antique pleasure craft measures 33'x12' with a draft of 2'6". and is powered by twin Chris Craft engines-Hercules blocks, 105 hp each.
  • 6 volt electricals
  • ships power 110 @12 volt
  • third owners
  • Maintained each year with love
  • launched each year and enjoyed by family

  • This vessel has been stored under cover at Aylings Boatyard each winter on custom cradle since purchased in 1955.
    ASKING: $ 36,000

    Richardson Sedan 1965 "TSUNAMI"
    Hull is aluminum planked. Power is provided by twin Detroit Diesel 453's, at 148 hp each. The port engine had a complete re-build approx 300 hours ago as well as both velvet drive transmissions. The injectors on the starboard engine were replaced last year. The exhaust pipe system was replaced with a custom designed exhaust using 4"outside diameter, 1/4" wall aluminum piping. 4 blade 22" bronze props complete the drive train. There are two spare rudders, two spare struts, a spare prop and a spare shaft. The spare struts and rudders are originals. The boat has 2x100 gallon fuel tanks and a 70 gallon water tank. The electric water tank is approx 3 years old. A brand new 1500 watt modified sine wave inverter is included, never used. In-counter to two burner electric stove, never used.

    The interior has new hardwood flooring in the cabin, recent upholstery, drapes and mini blinds. The sedan has been completely refurbish this year with new carpet, new furniture, new electric fridge.

    The decks were replaced approx 7 years ago and the transom has been planked with 5/8" mahogany right over the original aluminum plate. A custom solid teak swim platform was added at the same time. The front cockpit windows frames have been replaced and the plate glass replaced with safety glass. Transom deck replaced this year.

    Mooring lines, fenders and life ring, and life jackets are included as is the Depth finder and VHS radio, 30amp shore power cable.

    Annual general maintenance has been performed mostly on the wooden superstructure. The hull requires little or no maintenance. Only the best materials and supplies have been used to maintain this vessel.
    ASKING: $ 52,500

    1960 35' Owens Express Cruiser "AFRAYED KNOT"
    double planked mahogany hull - teakdecks - recently-installed twin 350 GMC engines adapted for marine use - largecockpit area with cushioned seats - camper-back canvas and curtains - spacious cabinsleeps six comfortably
    ASKING: $ 15,000

    1967 28' Sea Voyager Cruiser "EVENING STAR"
    Trojan's most popular model. Sleeps 2 in comfort, large ice refrigerator, water pressure for galley sink, stand-up head, forward V-berths, large cockpip aft of pilot house. Equipment includes - alcohol stove, 8 fenders, mooring lines, 8 life jackets, ship-to-shore electric cable, 50' water hose, 2 extendable boat hooks, new cushions for berths & galley settee, chairs for aft deck, all galley needs if wanted, carpeted main cabin. Powered by a 210 Ford Interceptor. Vessel professionally re-stored by "Millar-Potter"
    ASKING: $ 25,000 CAN

    For more information please contact :
    Peter Ayling & Associates Ltd.
    P.O. Box 201
    Merrickville, Ontario
    Canada K0G 1N0
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