Step Hydro Done And Ready For A Warm Drink of Florida Water!

She is ready for her close up Mr Fiest!

She is ready for her close up Mr Fiest!

As you have been following the amazing restoration of Miss Step the very rare Chrs-Craft step hydro you are now able to see her in her completed state ready for water in Florida. These are exclusive pictures of her, if you want to see more of what will be one of this years top boats, you can drool all over her in Florida in just 14 ish days. OK OK Ya ya I know we are pounding away at promoting Lake Dora, but we have to say. If you are on the fence about making the trip its worth it. This is our Super Bowl, like NASCAR’S Daytona being the big event to start  the year , so is the big sunnyland show. And it’s not just a show.. OH NO.. Its beautiful warm day on the water in boats that have had all winter to be fixed up. Here are some more exclusive shots. Slurp!

All back to the way the Woody Gods intended. Red red and more red!

All back to the way the Woody Gods intended. Red red and more red!

Step Hydro Over head

17 replies
  1. Mark Christensen
    Mark Christensen says:

    Is this the hydro that was on that cool lift trailer at Dora about 5 years ago? It was in unrestored condition behind an old ford or chevy truck? Someone help me out here! I have a picture somewhere I’m sure.

  2. Texx
    Texx says:

    Looking forward to seeing “Miss Step” live and in person on Lake Dora… (note we say “on” Lake Dora not “at” Lake Dora) – Hopefully with camera in hand.

  3. Alex
    Alex says:

    There’s something about this Show that does a soul so good! Yes, the Show is a very good one. But it’s the Show’s timing that can’t be overstated. To those of us with long winters, it’s a vision of the better months ahead. It’s like the season opener to a Baseball Addict. It’s like getting an ice cold glass of water after crossing a desert.

    Varnish and classic glass everywhere. Shorts, t-shirts, sandals. Sipping a beer while bobbing in a boat. The frequent sounds of motors firing up (seaplanes, outboards, inboards). Watching the classic boats come and go from their slips. An outdoor meal or two at Al’s Landing (Show-side). Strolling the boats and boat hardware for sale. Meeting and hanging out with fellow lovers of classic boats…

    Two weeks can’t pass quickly enough!

  4. m-fine
    m-fine says:

    Speaking of being the meal, have you heard about those gallinipper mosquitos that are 20 times the size of a normal mosquito? If you guys run into a swarm of them, please post a few pictures!

  5. ian
    ian says:

    I have posted a picture of the boat before it was restored and if you would like to see some more pictures of this boat and other great boats from Mt.Dora with an added bonus then check out the youtube video

  6. Troy
    Troy says:

    Have been looking thru your write ups on Miss Step and have not been able to find a year. Do you know what year she was built?

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