Boats For Sale

Boats offered for sale by the Museum have been donated to benefit the Museum's operational fund.  Serious buyers may contact the Museum to view "for sale" boats in our storage facility.* Check back here occasionally for updated inventory. Boats from our accessioned collection will NEVER appear here for sale unless formally de-accessioned by vote of the Board of Trustees, an extremely rare occurrence. If you have a boat you wish to donate to support our operations, please contact the Museum (607-569-2222 or

*PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER:  For the vessel and/or trailer which I intend to purchase, I agree,

1.  to absolutely guarantee payment, including if necessary, all collection, court and attorney fees;

2.  to assume immediate and complete responsibility for this purchase;

3.  that the sale of any item is without warranty or guarantee of any type, including warranty of merchantability, and accepts all items without any such warranty or guarantee and in an "AS IS" condition.

16’ Pocketship (Chesapeake Light Craft) - $6500


Ready to sail! This finished "kit" Includes anchor and anchor rode; boat hook, four fenders, mainsail and jib, two seat cushions, two life jackets, and trailer. All she needs in an experienced sailor and she's ready to hit the water! 

Boat Title and Transferable Trailer Registration available.


Call 607-569-2222 or email for purchase information.  

12’ Passagemaker (Chesapeake Light Craft)  $1,200 [SOLD]

 Includes two oars, one life jacket, anchor and anchor rode, dolly wheels, mainsail and jib, daggerboard and rudder, and bilge hand pump.


Transferable Boat Registration available. No trailer.


Call 607-569-2222 or email for purchase information.  



1964 Chestnut Canoe Co. Ogilvy model canoe (18')

A Canadian classic!


Chris Craft Super Deluxe '47 -  Make an offer 

This project boat is ready for you to finish it up! With the white oak ribs and mahogany bottom already in place, it's just looking for an experienced boater to put on the finishing touches. This boat features a 5200, diagonally planked bottom and cutwater. It measures in at 17 feet.


Call the museum at 607-569-2222 or email for purchase information. 


Dispro/ "Dippy" (disappearing propeller) - $5000 o.b.o

While it may look like there's a lot going on with this boat,  the pieces are there! Built by the Dispro Company and affectionately known as a "dippy" model,  this cruiser with a disappearing propeller was well known for its stability, longevity, and low speed. This model includes an original motor and oars and is perfect for a boat builder and/or mechanic to spend the fall and winter restoring this craft to its original beauty! 

Call the museum at 607-569-2222 or email for purchase information. 



1973 MFG Tri-Hull Open Bow Fishing & Pleasure Boat (17.5ft.)


120 OMC I/O 4 Cyl. Chevy Motor

Seats 10 people

Stand under sunbrella top with aft cover and side curtains

Top grade marine carpet

Low range fish depth finder

Marine radio

Sitex flasher

Matching 1973 Boyer tandem axle boat trailer with electric winch

Cracked motor manifold ($395 estimate for repair)

Otherwise boat and trailer well-maintained

Everything works electronically





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