After spending a long (but enjoyable) day at the Lake Tahoe Concours on Thursday, Matt & I decided to spend a few minutes exploring the huge showroom at Sierra Boat Company, and the air conditioning was nice too…
The showroom has a large selection of wooden boats including a Chris-Craft Riviera, Century Arabian, and a few Gar Wood Runabouts that were amazing.
Then tucked away in the corner, we noticed this interesting little boat. It’s a 1936 Mullins Sea Eagle 16′ powered by a Lycoming Model 4-58 – 58HP engine. I looked at Matt and he looked at me and said “When was the last time you saw a 1936 Mullins Sea Eagle?” For me the answer is – Never… So we thought it would be fun to share this little boat with our viewers and ask the same question.
And the original Lycoming engine plate located under the hatch. The boats on the showroom floor because it’s for sale. You can click here to go to the Sierra Boat Company web site and showroom for more information on this very rare, very cool little Mullins Boat.