- 23 (ft.)
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Take advantage of this rare opportunity to own an antique Hutchinson! She will be an asset to any boat collection or the perfect boat for cruising to your favorite dinner spot on a calm night. Lil’ Tot is complete and ready to enjoy now. She is almost completely original. A classic Hutchinson Utility with everything that you expect from this vintage boat. Complete with top and side curtains and all original upholstery. Great cruiser or family boat. Only a limited number of wooden Hutchinsons were built in the company's heyday and because of their seaworthiness, beauty, and quality construction, the few boats that remain today hold clear value to collectors, as well as boat owners looking for a capable yet beautiful and historic wooden boat.
- Vessel Walkthrough
- This is a Utility vessel developed in the Hutchinson shop. The motor is amidships with a passageway on each side to allow easy access to the motor and from bow to stern. The forward and after decks are short, with two lockers underneath for storage and fishing tackle.
- Electronics & Helm
- Flood light Folding flat windshield
- Engine Details, Electrical & Mechanical Equipment
- Chrysler Ace 115hp 2400-2500 max rpms Straight shaft Blower New stuffing box 8V Double battery
- Broker's Comments
- Hutchinsons were not built at a factory, but built at a yard by a crew of real boat builders who understood construction as well as how the boat would be used. The Hutchinson Boat Works in Alexandria Bay, NY (along the shores of the St. Lawrence River), dates back to 1908 where two brothers, Hubert and George Hutchinson, ran a small operation building, for the most part, custom boats for individual customers. By 1929, the brothers had passed away but boat building operations carried on under new leadership. Hutchinson built boats designed for fishing, commuting, and cruising and were customized to buyers' specifications and built to handle the choppy water of the St. Lawrence River.
- Awarded By: The Antique Boat Museum
- 2004 Outstanding Hutchinson award 2009 Best Preserved Antique Utility 2010 Best Preserved Antique Utility 2011 Hutchinson Award
- 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.