Boats For Sale
2014 16’ Amesbury Skiff — $8,900
Built last winter as the subject for an upcoming WoodenBoat Magazine article. Cedar on Locust, copper and bronze fastened. Varnished Mahogany transom. Traditionally caulked bottom. No engine but can be set up with tiller steer or a console can be easily added.
10'8" Salisbury Point Tender
A capable and elegant little workhorse for the discerning yachtsman. Meticulously crafted and finished with a bright interior - a real gem. Specially priced at $7900.00
'PETE'S IDEA' $5000.00
A 14 foot Lapstrake ‘Wheelbarrow” Skiff. Cedar on Oak. Designed by Pete Culler. Built by Lowell's in 1978. In excellent condition, professionally maintained, sail rig complete. Comes with full sail rig, rudder, centerboard, trailer and a set of oars. A very versatile and seaworthy craft. Sail, row, and launch from the beach in a snap!
See the 'Complete Design Catalog-Pete Cullers Boats' by John Burke for complete article and plans.
2013 16' Swampscott Dory (Home Built)
Built from plans from John Gardner's book, Building Small Craft.
Sprit rig with Nat Wilson sail. Cedar planking on white oak frames. Mahogany trim, rudder and seats. Bronze fasteners.
Douglas-fir spars and oars.
Like new, stored indoors. Trailer included
Located Durham NH
1994 14’ Amesbury Skiff for Sale
The Amesbury Skiff is an adaption of the Surf Dory and is an exceptionally stable, seaworthy, and rugged boat. The hull is flat-bottomed with flared, rounded lapstrake sides, making it surprisingly dry and easy to maneuver.
This Amesbury Skiff is equipped with compartments under the seats and custom made wooden floor racks and comes with trailer, oars, 25 HP Mercury long shaft engine with electric start, and boat cover.
Very good condition; stored indoors.
14’ Amesbury Skiff $6700.00
15’ Merrimack “Mohonk” Rowing Skiff $10,700
2009 15’ Merrimack rowing skiff “Mohonk” model. A design developed by Lowell’s Boat Shop for the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York . The design is based on the Merrimack Skiff model with an added plank and more width for stability. The boat is constructed of cedar on oak frames with mahogany rails and seats. The bottom is encapsulated in West System Epoxy. Boat comes with cover, oars, trailer, and a torqueedo electric outboard motor.