FREE to a good home!!!

1958 Cruis Along, Thirty two foot long with a 10 foot beam! Owned for 40 years! Powered by TWO 318 Chryslers, equipped with 5K Westerbeke Generator Set, Ice maker, Freezer, Radar & 2 VHF. Also has a raft and newer outboard. Please contact Joe by email at


For Sale: NOS Hercules Cylinder heads for QXD-3 and QXLD-3 engines. Might possibly interchange with marine use engines.  Call: John Rienzo, 315-725-3906

FOR SALE: “Mystery Boat” (possibly a professionally built Glen 1957L Kit)
Boat has a “new” registration processed through Marine Police because original registration was lost; boat was originally registered in California, and their DMV records only go back 15 years.
Length is 17 feet, beam is approximately 7 feet, Trailer is registered as a 1962 Home-Made 1 axle no brakes, Engine is a 75hp Evinrude electric start, 4 cylinders. Boat comes with original wood water skis, wood paddle, anchor, and bimini top. Hull is in excellent condition. Boat seems to have been used only in fresh water, because there is no salt damage. Seat cushions need to have foam padding replaced. This is possibly a rare Glen L Kit boat, as noted by the similarities on another boat advertised on the world wide web.
Price $5800.00 Please contact Terry at 516 659 0125
                                                *****NOTE….below is the listing for the similarly designed Glen L boat *******
1957 Johnson 5.5hp with tank….$650.00
Contact Mark via phone at 631 368 4361 or email, 
Nice original, not used much, Stored in house for decades, Runs great
The mechanic installed new:
coils, condensers, water pump,
gear oil, rebuilt the pressure tank and carb.
Gears work, can demo

For Sale: Classic 1966 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Corinthian For Sale. She was built in Salisbury Maryland and is constructed of Wood, Lapstrake / Carvel planking.  There is some “fiberglassing over done by the 3rd owner” in the stateroom to minimize leakage. She’s a looker and absolutely the best riding boat you will be in. 

The Ceol Na Mara (Song of the Sea in Gaelic) was built to be 35 ft but is now 36 ft long since the addition of a wooden swim platform.  Beam is 11’7″ with a draft of 35 inches. She sleeps 6 people. 

We are the 4th owners and have enjoyed owning this boat for almost 30 years. Favorite memories include participating in the Mystic Seaport Annual Wooden Boat Show and an Antique and Classic Boat Rendezvous held in St. Michaels Maryland each year.


She has been professionally maintained over the years by a combination of Yacht Service Limited (Amityville NY), Mystic Shipyard (Mystic CT) and Randolph Marine Services (Annapolis MD).

Typical wood related upkeep and painting above the water line was completed in 2019 with hull-work completed in 2018. The engines have been serviced and maintained every year.



Twin Chrysler 318s (re-powered before moving boat from Annapolis to Mystic). Light engine hours since coming to Connecticut and Long Island waters driven by work schedules and less favorable weather when compared to the Chesapeake Bay. 

Garmin GPS, Separate Depth Finder, Marine Radio, CD player and Bose speakers.

Inverter, Hot Water Tank that works off of electric or heats off the engine when at anchor and a shower (in head); deck rinse down shower installed.

New mini refrigerator and electric stove (replaced ice box and alcohol stove).

Re-decked in quadrants to allow for easy access to everything below the deck.  


We have recently relocated to Florida and are precluded from bringing the Ceol with us to warmer waters due to heavy barnacles and torpedo worms activity in the Tampa Bay region. 


Please email Sharon and Mike Eberman at if you are interested in buying the boat.  Sharon can be reached at 860-840-1858 (cell). 

We have spent decades endeavoring to maintain a slice of history. We are interested in selling the Ceol to someone who shares our passion for preserving America’s nautical heritage. 


We are listing the boat at $18,500. 



WANTED: Rub rail end caps, arrow shaped for 1960’s MFG boats. Contact Jan @