CYA Yacht Register

 
This is a list of current CYA member boats that have been accepted as "Classic" (pre-1942) or "Vintage" (pre-1965) yachts by the CYA.

The boats are listed in chronological order. Click on a boat name to view the boat's information page.

More info is available on our Research page, including some vessels not currently listed in CYA.

If you own a boat listed here, or would like to be listed here, send text and photos to BoatPages@classicyacht.org.  The criteria for acceptance into the CYA Yacht Register is detailed here.

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233 records found.

Seascape - 1956

Chris-Craft 46' (Pacific Northwest Fleet - Vintage)

Seascape is a 1956 46' Chris Craft Constellation built in Algonac MI., one of 57 built over a two year period. She was originally delivered to Chicago on August 5, 1955. The current owner found her in the upper peninsula of Michigan in 2003 and decided he couldn't live without her. He had her shipped back to Seattle that summer and has been working, restoring and enjoying ever since. [BH16]


Zanzibar - 1957

Zanzibar
Stephens Brothers 48' (Pacific Northwest Fleet - Vintage)

Zanzibar was built in 1957 by the Stephens Brothers yard in Stockton, California, renown for it’s quality.  Originally the “Gaylee”, she was commissioned for Portland marine dealer John Trullinger at a cost of $70,000, equivalent to three custom homes at the time. Mrs. Trullinger insisted that the galley be placed up in the mid ships area, creating a unique Quad Cabin design.  The house and decks are Burmese Teak. Hull planking is Honduran Mahogany over oak frames. Her sweeping lines follow a 1947 design by Dick Stephens. She has dual helm stations and is powered by a pair of Crusader 8.1 liter Vortec gas engines producing 770 total horsepower. Cruising speed is 13 Knots with a top speed of 19 Knots.

Owner: David Huchthausen

Holiday III - 1957

Holiday III
Les Nelson / Hanson 37' (Pacific Northwest Fleet - Vintage)

Investigation has only just begun.  I first saw the boat in 2011 and have been watching her and have been her skipper ever since.

Owner: Wendell Brunk

At Last - 1957

Chris Craft 55' (Pacific Northwest Fleet - Vintage)
Owner: Phil & Karla BOSHAW

Ahalani - 1957

Ahalani
Stephens Bros. 60' (Northern California Fleet - Vintage)
Owner: David and Leigh Teece

Williwaw - 1958

Chris Craft 42' (Pacific Northwest Fleet - Vintage)

Built in Algonac, Michigan as a custom yacht for Exide Battery, Williwaw was shipped to the west coast in 1962 and has had two major owners since. She is constructed of African mahogany over oak frames. The boat has been repowered twice (so far).

Owner: William & Priscilla High

Rivercat - 1958

Owens 25' (Northern California Fleet - Vintage)

Rivercat is a Classic 25' Owens Flagship, 1958, Philippine Mahogany Cabin Cruiser, with a Chrysler flat head six cylinder inboard engine. Top speed is 27 MPH but she cruises at 7 - 8 MPH for comfort and lower noise level. Rivercat seats 4 -8 adults comfortably and all can be seated on the main deck aft. There is a built in sink and ice box.  A fire extinguisher and life jackets are also on board.

Owner: Les Cochren

Panarea - 1958

Panarea
Stephens Brothers 38' (Northern California Fleet - Vintage)
Owner: Hans & Marian Baldauf

Donnella - 1958

Donnella
Stephens Brothers 45' (Northern California Fleet - Vintage)

Commissioned by Les Allen of Southern California "the Donnella " was the first of three Stephens boats he owned all named Donnella. She lived in Long Beach, California from 1958 until she was moved to San Francisco in 2013. She was the only 44'6" flybridge Sportfisher Stephens built because she was originally commissioned to be a Sedan Cruiser, and then near completion the order was changed to add a flybridge, mirroring the popular Rybovitch Sportfisher's of the East Coast.

Owner: Bryan Wiseman, & Thom Wiseman

Pearl - 1959

Pearl
Chris Craft 32' (Pacific Northwest Fleet - Vintage)

32' Chris-Craft Express Cruiser
When David Wiehle found Pearl, she was known by a different name and was in a much different state. Her name was Pau Hana, owned by Patricia Coulter who was almost ready to give the vessel away to the Sea Scouts for a tax break after the vessel had been on the market for over a year after her husband passed away.

Owner: Rick & Julia Grover

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