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1936 | 17' Hacker-Craft Utility Utility Boats for Sale

1936 Hacker-Craft

17' (5.18m) Utility - Cheers

Own a piece of history! Hacker-Craft, formed in Detroit in 1908 by John L Hacker, is the oldest producer of wooden boats in the world. This 1936 17' Utility is an excellent example of a "pre-war" Hacker-Craft.


Vessel ID# 2774483      Last Updated: 2020-09-21 10:32:05

$ 30,000 USD

€ 25,557 Euros
€ 39,943 CAD

Description

Own a piece of history! Hacker-Craft, formed in Detroit in 1908 by John L Hacker, is the oldest producer of wooden boats in the world. 

This 1936 17' Utility is an excellent example of a "pre-war" Hacker-Craft. Used regularly in fresh water, the Chrysler "Ace" starts every time and runs perfectly with that classic wooden boat sound.

Data Sheet

LOA: 17' " (5.18 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1936

Beam: ' "

Draft Max: ' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins:

Single Berths:

Heads:

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol

Hull Material: Wood

Fuel Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

Fresh Water: Gallons ( Liters)

Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

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MAIN DESCRIPTION

Own a piece of history! Hacker-Craft, formed in Detroit in 1908 by John L Hacker, is the oldest producer of wooden boats in the world. 

This 1936 17' Utility is an excellent example of a "pre-war" Hacker-Craft. Used regularly in fresh water, the Chrysler "Ace" starts every time and runs perfectly with that classic wooden boat sound.

BOAT DETAILS

Hull #1747 is in excellent condition. The bottom was replaced in 2009 by Dannenberg Boatworks of Filer City, Michigan using 3M 5200. The original Chrysler ACE 6 cylinder engine was rebuilt in 2009 by CD's engine service of Hudsonville, Michigan. A new stainless steel fuel tank was installed in 2009, as well. A custom canvas cover to the waterline is included as well as the custom TrailMaster single axle trailer.

COMMENTS

This beautiful, rare boat runs flawlessly and is used regularly during the summer months, always stored inside on the trailer. It's fun, easy to run and maintain.

DISCLAIMER

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Chrysler Marine
  • Engine Model: ACE 6 Cylinder
  • Engine Year: 1936
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 95.00
  • Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
  • Hours: 500.00

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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
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Dan Sherburn

Dan Sherburn

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Saint Michaels, MD
Direct: 1-616-843-6248
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-410-200-9295
Email: dsherburn@curtisstokes.net


Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Saint Michaels, MD
Phone: 1-410-200-9295
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax:
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: http://www.curtisstokes.net

Curtis Stokes & Associates have a brokerage office in St. Michaels, Maryland. The St. Michaels office is run by yacht broker Bill Boos, a long time resident of the Eastern Shore and a well known broker for many years for the Delmarva area.

St. Michaels is on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, a delightful cruising area and boating center. There are many rivers in the Chesapeake Bay area to explore by boats and yachts.

St. Michaels is famous as a boating and cultural center featuring the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary’s Square, and the Classic Motor Museum. Excellent harbor facilities and many boater friendly restaurants, shops and attractions can be found. St. Michaels has a long history of boat building and commercial fishing since before the Revolutionary War. Many homes and other structures in the town reflect the historical significance of St. Michaels.



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