Boat Sales in 2019

BOAT SALES 2019

Please consider donating your boat to the Reedville Fishermen’s Museum! Sales of your donated boats are of vital assistance to the Museum!

Replace the unpleasant prospect of marketing your boat with the gratifying knowledge that the gift of your boat to the Museum will work for you and your community by strengthening the educational and preservation programs here at the RFM.

The Museum is a fully certified not-for-profit organization under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  It is funded by gifts and grants from its supporters. A form of support that appeals particularly to some is the donation of a boat to the Museum. Such “in-kind” contributions may offer the donor the advantages of an income tax deduction for the market value of the boat. A donation demands much less of the donor’s time and emotions than the usual brokerage procedure. All types of boats – traditional or modern, work or pleasure, sail or power, wood or other material – are eligible for this program.

The process is relatively simple, involving the exchange of ownership documents. The donated boat will be sold through normal channels or at auction, using the proceeds for museum operation or endowment.

 Boats that are particular examples of traditional designs may be retained in the collection if the limited resources of the Museum are sufficient to maintain them in proper fashion. The Museum retains the right to decline a gift if, in its opinion, the condition of the boat is such that a buyer cannot be located with a reasonable effort.

Note: you may contact the Museum at 804.453.6529 during business hours (Mon-Fri, 9-5pm) or email the director at director@rfmuseum.org. Please leave name, phone and best time to call – due to spammers, we don’t reply to emails directly.  Thanks!

 

Boats Currently Available in 2019!

Chesapeake Flat Bottom Skiff

This is a gorgeous skiff built by the boat shop crew at the Museum – Brand NEW!

Wooden Chesapeake blat bottom skiff; juniper bottom and sides; white cedar decking and white oak ribs, chine and stem. Bottom is marine painted with three coats of side and deck paint.

15′ 8″ long; 68″ beam; 18″ gunwale

Full transom, out board capable; seating for four adults; small storage caddy.

Asking $2,500 (Please note that this is a reduced asking price)

Note: Trailer in photo is not included, however, we do have trailers available for separate purchase. RFM will deliver the skiff locally, or within a seasonable distance (if purchased without a trailer)

Call 804-453-6529 and ask to leave a message for Richard, (a member of the boat donation/sales team)

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Little River Heritage

This 18′ Little River Heritage is a unique rowing boat. It can be rowed either single or double. Its design allows a fisherman to stand and cast. It is incredibly dry and at home in almost any waters. It can carry a heavy load – making it ideal for rowing and camping.

Specifications:

     Length: 17′ 8″

      Width: 42″

    Weight: 125 lbs

      Draws: 3-4″

Free-board amidships: 17″

Accessories:

2 drop-in unit rowing stations

4 Braca Sport 91/2′ oars

Ideal for car-topping

Stable enough to stand in and cast a fishing pole

Motor mount

Big tire portage dolly, easy carry and fits in the boat

This boat is in near perfect condition. According to the former owner’s wife. it has only been in the water four times. The hull number ends in 09, so we think it is a 2009 boat.

Asking price:  $6,500


Little River Heritage rowing boat

1972 Meyers Aluminum Boat

Meyers, in business since 1937, produces an extremely durable and attractive line of fishing boats.Using their experience in manufacturing aircraft, Meyers has designed their fleet for rough services.

Specifications:

  • Center line length is 14′; beam is 62″; transom width is 58″; transom height is 15″. Hold 4 people.
  • Motor: 2008 8 HP Stroke Yamaha , strong running engine! Has a gas tank and motor cover.
  • The boat sits on a 2006 Venture trailer.
  • Asking price: $1,500
Meyer 14′ aluminum boat

Reedville Fishermen's Museum