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Harold “Doc” Blanchard vintage cedar/canvas canoe 15’
Vintage Harold “Doc” Blanchard 15 foot cedar strip & canvas canoe. Fully restored. Circa late 1950's to early1960's. Hand made in Greenville Maine. Ideal pond or lake canoe, very stable. (Noted in Jerry Stelmok's “Building the Maine Guide Canoe” in 1980). $2200 OBRO.
New loving owner sought for circa 1930s, beautifully-restored 17-foot Skowhegan Invisible Sponson wood and canvas canoe. A camp on a lake or river with covered boat house and/or dock would make the perfect new home. Stored inside since restoration, it is in perfect condition. Enjoyed for years by the whole family.
A finely crafted and very sturdy Burke-built lapstrake canoe. Comfortable on quiet water to ocean, handles beautifully in a bit of sea. Very good condition, used little, single owner, always stored properly, Hull refinished by builder recently.
1 owner, stored indoors. Includes original leeboards, crossbar, paddles, and double-bladed paddle with copper tips. Original sail, mast, and spars were replaced, and a new seat was installed to accomodate the wider mast, but still have the original seat with brass mast support hole. Also includes canoe dolly cart. Serial No: 182227. $2800 or bo.
Heavy old cast iron folding oar locks with old paint in fine working order. The oar lock itself folds up when not in use or down, there is a lock to secure it in the down position. Please ask for diamentions. Ill try to add them to this listing later. 150 all offers considered.
The ice is out up north and it’s time to get your gear together for the Big Canoe Trip. We have 7 Duluth packs available to haul your gear over the portages. All have little to no use and were stored cool and dry, on individual hangers. Competitors come and go but Duluth is still the gold standard for serious wilderness trippers.