Jeff and Linda Peterson’s Portofino leads the Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats today. This photo was taken by Steve Lapkin of the Peterson’s1969 Riva Aquarama #313. The photo was taken on Lake Tahoe with daughter Brittain at the helm. 


This 1957 MacBay 18′ Pursuit is named Dutch Treat.  She is owned by John Vanderwerp with home port in Bloomington, Indiana.  Dutch Treat is shown here in the Milwaukee Harbor on the Wednesday morning Pre-event Cruise before the 2017 International Boat Show in Wisconsin.  She is powered by a Chrysler Crown M-47.  MacBay boats were made in Holland, Michigan of safe, molded plywood hulls and equipped with quality hardware and an inboard marine engine.


Sea Flake is a 1949 Chris Craft Utility, 22 ft long owned by Rich and Beth Lepping.  She is at home on the lakes around Madison, Wisconsin.  Sea Flake is pictured here at Christy’s Landing at the beginning of the Tuesday Pre-event cruise before the ACBS International Boat Show in Wisconsin.


Robert Allan II is an “Antique” 40′ cruiser, built in 1936 by the Grebe Company. Robert Allan II is owned by Richard Lindo of Chicago who gave fee rides to many attendees at the 2017 International Boat Show in Racine, Wisconsin.  Robert Allan II  is powered by twin Chrysler Crown engines.

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

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  • 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. 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

Many pictures shared today were taken by Forrest Bryant of the Heartland Classics Chapter.  Thank you, Forrest, and others who send the photos we all enjoy.


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