16 ft Double Ended 1950’s Old Town Rowing Peapod, #163973
This 1950’s peapod was restored in 1989 at the shop to have a “wineglass stern”. It is in excellent shape except for some minor varnish blisters. The boat is 44″ wide, depth – 13-3/4″ deep; the transom is 15″ wide. Mahogany outside rails and transom. Red cedar planking and seats. There is an excellent galvanized trailer fitted to the boat but being sold separately. It is an excellent rowing boat that has one rowing station, but it could have two. There are two pair of oars 6.5ft and 7ft. that come with the boat. Boat $3500; Trailer $550 Together_$3700
16 ft Double Ended, 1917, Old Town Rowing Peapod, #44800
15-foot E.H. Gerrish Rowing Peapod
This 15-foot rowing Peapod is a rare, collector’s canoe, possibly built around 1900. The hull, including ribs and planking, is not deformed and is in good, restorable condition. It needs all new rails and decks, and the two rowing seats need rebuilding, but it is definitely worth restoring. Asking $2000.
16.5-foot Rangeley Rowboats
The famous Rangeley traditional rowboat were made by Bartlett in western Maine, in the 1920s. They were built with lapstrake pine planking, clinch-nailed to the hardwood ribs. They have a wide beam of 45 inches and a depth of 15 inches. It has been stripped of paint, inside and out, and is overall in decent shape. Though extensive work is needed, it has a stable hull that is not deformed. Asking $800.