“The People’s Choice” at the recent Smith Mountain Lake Chapter Show was Heaven on a Sunday.  She is owned by Ray and Ann McDowell who are members of the Chesapeake Bay Chapter.  Heaven on a Sunday is a 1963 18’ Century Sabre. The photo was taken by Leigh Conrad, Blacksburg, Virginia.


Bob Williams, Long Island Chapter, is currently fabricating a new bridge for this 1963 37′ Egg Harbor Convertible named Moonglow.  Very soon, we’ll see a picture of the completed project.


This 1966 Badger is currently on the Arkansas River Cruise.  It is a Camper model with a small cuddy cabin.  George Darnell is the captain/owner.  You can read more and see more pictures of the Arkansas River Cruise on the Heartland Classics website posted by George Reaves.


 Dart is owned by Dan and Laura Holdmann.  Dart is a 1961 Cruisers, Inc. 18′ Comander.  She was photographed at the 2017 ACBS International Boat Show in Racine Wisconsin by Joe Fleming. Her owner says, “Boat was purchased from the original owner’s granddaughter. Brightwork, interior, chrome is all original and has never been redone.  I have repainted the boat.”


 Lucky is in the Antique Class as a 1940 Chris Craft 18′ Sportsman.  Dave Bortner brought her to the 2017 ACBS International Boat Show in Racine, Wisconsin. In the membership files, Dave Bortner says, “Complete Freedom Boat Service restoration, every stick of wood below waterline replaced.” The photo of Lucky was taken by Joe Fleming.

Email a picture of your boat for the next Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats.

  • email the picture to kathyparker@acbs.org
  • 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

Be an active part of the fun of the Antique and Classic Boat Society community. Share your pictures and stories.

Past Tuesday Tours:

   Sept. 26, 2017,  Sept. 17, 2017,   Sept. 12, 2017Sept. 5, 2017

  August 29, 2017  August 22, 2017  August 15, 2017  August 8, 2017  August 1, 2017

  July 25, 2017   July 18, 2017  July 11, 2017   July 4, 2017   June 27, 2017    June 20, 2017    June 13, 2017

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