Green with envy on Chris Smiths Sea Skiff!

Happy St Patrick’s Day. Today. Green! No one’s gonna pinch me today. Cause I am wearing green. And sitting on an all day Zoom call, so no one will be even near me anyway. So today, enjoy from our archives. Glorious Greeness!

Perfection

Gar Wood Winner Green

Hessle Green Cruiser

A Woody Boater Classic!

natures green goodness

Green plastic sweetness

OH, Green, and blonde and perfection. This is one of my favorite color combos

Christopher Columbus Smith and Mike Green.

Green bottoms

Green wings?

Red White Blue and Sweet Pea Green

Chesapeake Green

Green time capsule tow car

Green water

Green thunderbolt

Green lines

Green with… with.. dam DORA!

Simplicity is green goodness

Green Bilge

Green boathouse. Hessel

Texx and his perfect Green lake n Sea

Dork! Best Name Ever!

Green interior on a?

Plaid, Green and pure gold

Best interior color. tahoe Gold..apple green

green and red perfection

Green power

Green vision

Century Green! Love this shade

Green and gold

Green? St Pat! Day!

Bring on your green today!

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33 Responses to “Get Your Green On!”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    Green cockpit with my pretty first mate! Happy St. Patty’s Day.

  2. m-fine

    I seem to be short on green. I fed all the green stuff to the pigs so they could turn it in to bacon. Does that make bacon Irish?

  3. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da UP)

    Happy St. Patrick’s day everyone 🍀

    • Mark again

      Was that shot thru a screen, or just a bad picture with a good subject?

  4. chuck grewe

    Hey Matt!
    I can’t believe you posted a picture of the Green Chris Craft Interior from Lake Tahoe. It has a watermark of Steve Lapkin, so perhaps it is Steve’s boat. I took pictures of that boat at the Clayton Boat Show perhaps 25 years ago because I thought it was the most beautiful boat I had ever seen. I loved that green and I am using that shade to paint my 1955 23′ HackerCraft Special Ride Boat. This boat was part of a Speedboat Ride operation at the Walled Lake Amusement Park, outside of Detroit. It is unique because it has two cockpits up front and a utility style in the rear, so it can accomodate 12 passengers. Tom Flood remembers the boat because he delivered the boat in 1955 with Mickey McCready, straight from the HackerCraft factory. I am hoping to complete the restoration this summer and launch it once again for a ride around Walled Lake.

    • Don vogt

      Actually al schinnerer’s miss arrowhead. I was going to post a more complete shot that includes the green boot stripe too. Trouble with my computer prevents that. A fabulous 27’ 1940 cc triple. It was for sale a while back so not sure who might own it now. Deck had 2 spotlights, 2 horns, a siren along with Bugatti style windshield. No room for anything else!

      Also dash and some other interior trim items are birds eye maple. Nothing like it.

        • Brian Robinson

          Boat in question is called Jus’ Restin’ Up. Owned by Scott Fife. 1940 25’ Sportsman. Lives at Obexer’s on Tahoe

          • don vogt

            there is a great picture of al’s boat on the cover of the current brass bell, vol. 47, no. 1, 2021.

  5. Walter Lucy

    Sherwood racing green SS,, patiently awaiting its turn!
    Love Woody Boater! Keep up the good work!

  6. gesfour

    Obviously my favorite color combo, too. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  7. Bill & Linda

    Grandma Linda in green, with Replica 1956 Ace Runabout.

  8. Hugger69

    So nice and I’ll contribute with green Flathead, green upholstery and green bottom! All in the same and matched color!

  9. Hugger69

    ..and last!
    My former runabout “KURRE” built 1937 by the famous Swedish boat designer Gideon Forslund.

  10. steve bunda

    Happy St Pats Day ! 1937 Chris Craft 25 foot Custom , factory correct boot stripe.

  11. Don Palmer

    Dang it! Dick Dow and I did our best to celebrate St Pat’s day this evening and though the didn’t have any green beer, we drank our share of Mac and Jacks African Amber.
    Hope you all had a good day!

  12. Texx

    Miss Bardahl Unlimited Hydroplane – Lake Chelan, Washington 2010. A race boat from an era where “Luck of the Irish” was a serious thing.