For the Good Times (above) is a Classic 1971 Chris Craft XK19 owned by Mike Langhorne. She is powered by a Chevy 8 with 350 hp.  Photo by Forrest Bryant

Scott Martin from Ankeny, Iowa brought SURPRISE to the 2017 ACBS International Boat Show.  This Antique Boat is a 1927 Hutchinson Triple.  SURPRISE is 30 feet long with a Chrysler 400.  Photo by Joe Fleming.


Love this picture of The Andrew J underway on Table Rock Lake.  She is a 1948 Higgins Deluxe Sedan Cruiser, 26 feet with a Chrysler M-27 owned by Jeff Oppenheimer. The Andrew J received the Best of Show Award at the 2017 ACBS International Boat Show. Photo by Forrest Bryant.


Ted and Cindy Cartner own this 1951 27 ft. Chris Craft Semi-enclosed Cruiser named ChrysalisChrysalis won a gold award at the 2017 International Boat Show in the Classic Cruiser-Restored Class.  Photo by Joe Fleming.


Harley is eagerly waiting for a boat ride in his 1958 Century Coronado, also owned by Kevin and Jeanne Hogan.  The boat is named Love Me Timber. Photo by Forrest Bryant.

This Century Coronado named Selah was awarded a Platinum Award at the 2017 ACBS International Boat ShowSelah is owned by Jim and Rhonda Wolfe and is a 21 ft Classic-Restored. Photo credit to Joe Fleming.


A Contemporary vintage boat that took part in the 2017 Annual Show Pre-Events hosted by the Glacier Lakes Chapter was Ooh-Oui is a 2001 Alsberg Boat Works Jump Boat, 16 feet, with a Mercury V-6.  Ooh-Oui is owned by Glen and Julie Elston. Photo by Forrest Bryant.


The Historic 1903 Lawley is owned by Dave Butler. Witchcraft is her name. Click here to read all about this 114 year old sailing vessel.


Rhonda Howell, from the Indiana Chapter, is the proud owner of two classic fiberglass boats. The boat on the left is a 18′ Century Resorter. The boat on the right is a Ski Nautique 2001 series. 

We would like to see a picture of your boat for the next Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats.

  • email the picture to
  • include the boat owner’s name
  • year, manufacturer, model of boat, and given name
  • tell home port or where picture was taken
  • give credit to the photographer if known

The Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats Archive can be found here.

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