Businesses Found: 5

Antique Boat America

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Antique Boat America is your Premier Broker for Antique & Classic Boats, operating in North America and Worldwide.

Classic Boat Connection

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Hard to find necessities for classic wood boats, Chris-Craft Mahogany Stain, Epifanes Varnish and Wood Finish Gloss, copper-bronze bottom paints, Chris-Craft engine mounts, Chris-Craft exhaust elbows, Zenith carburetor kits, A/C mechanical fuel pumps, water pumps and impellers, 12 volt generator upgrades, 12 volt bilge pumps, Chris-Craft engine gaskets, classic style flooring, Chris-Craft pennants and burgees, nylon and polyester yacht ensigns, flag poles, classic Chris-Craft windshields, Chris-Craft decals, classic chrome stuff, engine manuals, engine parts, Bob Speltz's Real Runabout Series, and a full line of gift items. We also specialize in special orders. If you need something for your antique and classic boat, give us a call and we will try to find it for you.

Classic Wooden Boat Shipwright, LLC

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Traditional and contemporary marine woodworking, Classic Wooden Boat Shipwright LLC is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of historic, vintage, antique and classic wood boats.  Committed to working closely with boat owners in an open and collaborative way by emphasizing effective communication and encouraging boat owner participation.

Island Art

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Let me immortalize your boat with a beautiful portrait of it! I have almost 50 years painting experience. You have just discovered your source for original tropical and nautical paintings, world-class giclée reproductions, and high-quality laser prints. Richard Shaffett

The Knotted Line

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The products that TKL makes are based on items sailors made to improve the appearance of a vessel and protect it at the same time. We wish to provide a brief look into knotwork with the hope that a few people will be interested in learning more about the art. We teach classes in everything from tying your shoes to somewhat complicated fancywork. It is our sincere hope that a former student will stop by and show us something that we have not seen before.