Woody Boater-Official Sponsor Of The Antique Boat Auction In Clayton.

Woody Boater is proud to announce that we are one of three official sponsors of the Antique & Classic Boat Auction in Clayton in Late July. Put on by Antique Boat America and the Antique Boat Museum. We join Hagerty Marine Insurance and Tommy Bahama as co sponsors. This event is always a fun event and gives you a an opportunity to purchase some very cool stuff normally not available. This year is no exception. More on that later. Last year featured some very exciting boats including some of the collection from country music super star Alan Jackson. This last winter we all saw an amazing Riva sell for over $750,000 on Mecum Auctions on TV. Don’t miss this years surprise event in person. Oh… and start saving, cause I have also seen some jaw dropping deals on some very very cool boats. It’s always a large crowd of fellow woody boaters during one of the top shows of the year in the best location on the east coast. My favorite – The Thousand Islands…… So put it on your calender. July 30 – August 1, 2010 The Auction is actually on Saturday the 31st  click here for more info … see you there… I’ll be the one that just bought 6 boats…

4 replies
  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    TI the perfect incubator for ABD or wood boat madness. That is where I got the water, boat, island bug. Luckily there is no cure other than to get out on The River. It is what I live for. From Cape Vincent to Brockville, Ontario ity is quite a place. I will be out there in one of my Lymans.

  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Dear woody boater please do not tell anyone how beautiful it is there. I like it best when there is no one else there.

  3. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Will they be auctioning off any restorers? Need a couple of new coats of varnish on my baby and don't have the time right now.

  4. Kristen
    Kristen says:

    Free 1947 39' Chris Craft. Hull number is DC 40-110 and the engine number is 283R25 (Chev 302 ci V-8's). The boat is on-land in Kennebunk, Maine and has all the chrome, instruments, windows, doors,cabinets, etc. The boat is scheduled to be sent to the dump. Does anyone want to part it out or restore it?

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