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That’s when manufacturing advancements drastically changed boat building. In came fiberglass, which builders could easily mold into contemporary — often automobile-inspired — designs.Customers liked fiberglass too because it was a breeze to maintain.Gallery: A Custom 1917 Consolidated Speedway 33-foot launch Chief Mackinaw.Prior to its purchase and restoration it spent almost 90-years in the Les Cheneaux Island off Mackinac Island in Northern Michigan.The boat was owned by one family on Lake Muskoka, in Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada from 1937-2012. Made for only 1-year the Chris Craft Cobra is one of the most recognizable wood boats. The boat was designed and built for Ethel Dupont Barksdale of Lake Champlain.Gallery: The interior of the Princess Paige, a custom 1926 26-foot Earl C.
We are talking about collections of 20 or more, and each boat being significant.” Allen, a Twin Cities commercial real estate developer, is perhaps the most public of these private collectors.Barnes launch built in Gravenhurst Canada and is a classic example of the world renown Lake Muskoka, Ontario, Canada handcrafted mahogany launches.This was the first commissioned boat built by the famous Canadian NAVAL architect after leaving the Minett Boat Company in 1925.What they have in the Gull Lake area is in a whole different league.” Minnesota boating historian Bruce Olson agrees.Olson is the executive director of the Legacy of the Lakes Museum in Alexandria.
These are the craft that sparked America’s fascination with power boating. “It was a time of bootlegging, jazz clubs, flapper girls and Gatsby-like guys ...