|Sternwheeler: M/V KANAWHA|
|$125,000 (Nitro, WV)|
|Built as a single screw towboat in 1937 by Eddie Erlbacker of Girardeau, MO. Her original name was Shawnee. She sold in 1961 to Waxler towing company of Memphis and renamed Delane Waxler.
She was sold to Scioto Docking Inc. of Portsmouth, OH and renamed the Carolyn Sue. She was bought by R.C. Heckert of Parkersburg, WV in 1985, converted to a sternwheeler and named Sheila D.
In 1998, she sold to Frank and Pam Fink of Charleston, WV and renamed the Pamela D. She was then sold to Jeremy Tardy in 2008 and renamed Miss Lona. Bought by Duke and Christy Grant and renamed Kanawha.
Duke Grant: 304-395-2900
|Sternwheeler: M/V GAMBLER|
|$79,900 (Rayland, OH)|
|Her hull is 3/16 A-36 steel except the bow which is 1/4 inch with an additional 1/4 inch overlaid 'skid plate' for parking along riverbanks.
A 16 foot 'stage' will be included. The superstructure is framed with southern yellow pine with tongue and groove pine siding outside and tongue and groove white pine and cedar inside.
She is fully insulated with 3 1/2 inch fiberglass in the walls and 6 inches in the ceilings and comes with storm windows for winter use.
Gary Morton email: email@example.com
|Sternwheeler: M/V LAKIE MARIE|
|$18,000 (Nitro, WV)|
|Sleeps four. Has a fold down table to bed and two under the pilot house.
Has a bathroom with sink
Cory Fagan 304-741-0396 oe email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sternwheeler: M/V PORT EXPLORER|
|$95,000 (So. Point, OH)|
|The hull is steel with a model bow and has five separate watertight compartments.
The lower level includes a kitchen/dining area forward, the main salon and bath with shower, a queen guestroom, and engine room aft.
The upper level includes an elevated pilothouse, a half bath, the owner's queen stateroom, and a 15' x 20' outdoor "rec room" aft.
Steve Hutchison 304-360-8174
|Sternwheeler: M/V DON ROB'T|
|$79,000 (Buffington Island Portland, OH)|
|The DON ROB'T was designed and built by the Dubuque Boat & Boiler Company in 1970 for Don & Kay Klein of Rock Valley, Iowa.
In an effort to replicate the packet boats of the 1800's, the Kleins' paid great attention to detail when designing their vessel.
They patterned their vessel after Captain Fred Way's vessel, the Betsy Ann and was complete with a gingerbread trimmed pilothouse and eight leaded stained glass windows.
Pilot house equipped with engine instruments, depth meter, 2 marine radios, air pressure gauge, Garmin GPS with Radar, roller shades all around, storage cupboard & drawers, convertible davenport to daybed. Galley has built in cabinets, pantry, 4-burner stove, double sink, refrigerator, and microwave. Salon area is 13.5ft x 26ft equipped with Murphy Bed, storage cupboards, mirrored closet & fully carpeted. Featuring eight leaded stain glass windows throughout. Head has standard tub w/shower, cabinet lavatory, fan and vent.
She was dry-docked, bottom painted and out of water marine survey done, Oct. 2015.
We also have original blueprints from Dubuque Boat & Boiler Company.
For more information contact Melvin Lawrence at email@example.com or phone 740-416-8706
|Sternwheeler: M/V COLUMBIA|
|$349,000 (Luku, MS)|
|The Columbia is for sale by Sam Evans. You can contact Capt. Cheryl Clason at 662-423-5080. Check www.captainschoiceusa.com for some photos.
|Sternwheeler: M/V MORNING GLORY|
|$89,500 NEW PRICE (New Martinsville, WV)5|
|The Morning Glory is for sale by Earl Yost and listed below are some of the amenities and links to view for interested parties. Earl’s email address
is: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-455-6396
Youtube: Making The Sternwheel Morning Glory
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