It's called The Boat House and it is the place for serious wooden boat owners and collectors. Check out what's happening at our boat shop by going to Boat Shop Log, Photo Gallery and Boatworks Events. At Hall's Boat Corporation, we believe it is essential to match the right boat with the right owner.
The Lodging’s at Hall's Boat Corporation offers discriminating boaters the ideal Lake George vacation package that includes three distinctive classic Adirondack-style lake houses, full membership privileges at Hall's Boating Club during your stay and use of a boat slip up to 23 ft (fees do apply).
From a full-service marina with all the standard services you'd expect—plus a few extras you might not expect, such as concierge service to prepare your boat for excursions, to charming Adirondack-style lodging accommodations, Hall's Boating Club offers an unparalleled experience for our members. On Saturday, September 8, Hall's hosted Dick Sherwood who made an excellent presentation on his well-researched history of the 126 foot Steam Yacht, Cangarda. Thirty-plus people were present to see and hear Cangarda's very interesting history as a luxury yacht out of Toronto, a training vessel during WWII, and a live-aboard on the port of Rochester, NY. Watch this page for information about workshops, lectures, demonstrations, guest speakers, presentations, and more. The Design Files - Interview of Rodney Eggleston and Anne Laure Cavigneaux of March Studio. X You are using an outdated browser For a better experience using this site, please upgrade to a modern web browser.
Built in 2002 and launched 2003 by WBS, we have enjoyed the boat for the last 8 years with our young family.
April is an absolutely beautiful Ken Lacco designed, 26’6” Couta boat built by Brett Almond in 1992.
She has been totally re-furbished, lovingly cared for and enthusiastically raced, winning the “Portsea Cup” in 2009, the “Round Mud Island Race” and many others.
Please do not hesitate to call or email if you have further questions or would like to view more photos.
William Atkin design inspired by the great Colin Archer north-sea double ended rescue boats.


Sister ship to the famous Sydney-Hobart winner and design namesake "Ingrid" (see photograph, 1952-53 Sydney to Hobart race.). Very tidy boat, and to quote Tim Phillips; The best classic cruising yacht project I've seen available for a long time. This vessel has been in the 1 family since new and the owner is keen for her to be restored and to go to a good home. This clinker built couta boat whilst needing a substantial cosmetic refurbishment is in structurally sound condition and with some work will provide a new owner with hours of enjoyment and will be a delight to own. 25' Knockabout Couta Boat built by Vin Rigby, located in Sorrento, 15HP Yanmar Diesel, sails included.
A Cayser boat built at Queenscliff, she was purchased by Sally Phillips's uncle, Michael Gibson and brought around from Westernport Bay in the 1980's. For appraisal of vessel, please contact Tim Phillips (0407 244 335) or Wayne Parr (0421 326 844).
This boat is 18ft long, carvel planked with a twin cylinder Wisconsin engine, it also has a spare engine going with the boat. Steeped in history, built during the second world war by General Motors at Fishermans Bend; IBIS has had many uses for Pilots Channels Authority and is now retired in Geelong at Yaringa Harbour. As you will see from the photo the engine has done less than 200 hours and the rib is completely unscathed. You can have your own Goddess with this dazzling opportunity to purchase a sought after DIVISION 1 26 ft Couta Boat. Great for getting out on the water, be it wake-boarding, diving or just relaxing and spending the day traveling around the bay. Historical connection to Sorrento, owned and operated by Tally Erlandson founding commodore of Sorrento Sailing Club and operator of the baths. To view features, specifications, or a complete gallery of the finished fleet of Nepeans, click on the links in the menu at left. This week I interviewed Fred Smith and Ron Downs of Smith’s Boat Shop on Samish Island, WA.


Fred next to Pram mould he built 50 years ago (and still uses) from US Plywood plans he purchased for 50 cents. This hand saw has been in Fred's shop since before he can remember and is over 100 years old. I want to build a community of people from all over the world who want to connect, learn, share stories and photos, and have fun with wooden boats. Click HERE to subscribe to my email news list for the latest and greatest fun stuff and click on one of the buttons below to subscribe to my show. Nested in the "picturesque" website of Hall's Boat Corporation, The Boat House is a place to indulge in your love for wooden boats.
Our experts can work with you to find a boat that suits the way you will use it—from the water you'll be on, to the number of passengers you'll carry, to the activities you'll do with and in it, to how you will board it, and more. Accordingly he is willing to reduce the price from $50,000 providing it can be demonstrated that Indi will undergo a comprehensive restoration.
It's been boat shed'ed ALL of its life, what that means is that it's NEVER been left in the water overnight, or outside overnight.
Last sailed competitively in 2007 where it placed 3rd in the National Championships, with 1st line honours and 1 first on handicap over 3 races. She is available complete with her much sought after registered mooring opposite the Baths restaurant (separately valued at about $20k) and Dinghy.
Later she was sailed by fisherman Dugga Beazley of Port Melbourne for many years and has quite a story to tell.




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