The Mountainview Woodies Classic Boat Club is a group of enthusiasts interested in antique and classic boats of all types, including those made of wood, fiberglass, and aluminum.  

We are based in the beautiful Sebago-Long Lakes region of Maine, and are a chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society.  

We welcome you to attend our annual Antique and Classic Boat Show, held in Naples, Maine, on the first Saturday of August each year.   We invite your participation in our events, and membership in our club.

Upcoming Events

Chapter News

Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats 8.21.18

“KaRat”, pictured above, is 1929 38′ Elco Cruiser powered by a 1973 Ford-Leimen 8cyl 125hp engine. She just completed an extensive three-year restoration at Wykes Boat Works in Harlem, ON. Owned by Manotick Classic Boat Club members, Ray and Judy Saunders. Photographed at the Manotick Classic Boat show in Westport, ON on August 11th, 2018.…

2018 Fall Foliage Cruise in Maine

Report and photographs by Forrest Bryant, member of Heartland Classics Chapter.  Forrest and Kally Bryant were guests on the Mountain View Woodies Chapter’s Antique and Classic Boat Fall Foliage Cruise. Kally and I planned a trip to Maine. As part of our trip planning, I checked the ACBS website to see if there were any…

Mountainview Woodies of Maine Chapter of the Week

The Mountainview Woodies Classic Boat Club is a group of enthusiasts interested in antique and classic boats of all types, including those made of wood, fiberglass, and aluminum.   The Chapter is based in the beautiful Sebago-Long Lakes region of Maine, and they are a chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society. Each year, the…

Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats 6.20.17

This is the second Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats.  Enjoy!   Then send your boat’s picture in for one of the next Tuesday Tours. (directions below) The featured boat (above) is Ms Keely a 1959 Penn Yan Caribbean owned by Keely Sayers and Matt Gillam. Photo taken on Damariscotta Lake, Maine.          …

Refreshing Day on a Lake in Maine

The Mountainview Woodies Classic Boat Club of Maine held its third annual spring cruise on June 3rd.  Thank you, Rick Filiau, vice president of the Mountainview Woodies Classic Boat Club of Maine Chapter, for sending pictures and video of the event for us to enjoy. Classic boats from this chapter gathered at the town dock…

Mom’s Boat

Although the official name of this boat is “Yorktown”, the boat is known to all as “Mom’s Boat”.  In fact, when Troy Hersom registered the 1957 Chris Craft Continental with his ACBS membership, he inadvertently typed the name of the boat as “Mom’s Boat”.  When asked about the boat, this was Troy’s wonderful reply: re: Yorktown (Mom’s…