1928 Reinell Wood Boat Antique Immaculate Pleasure Craft
The Reinell company began in 1928 as Adams & Reinell, Inc., first in a small shop on Lake Stevens, then on the shore of nearby EBey Slough in Marysville, Washington, 30 miles north of Seattle.
From the beginning, the company specialized in fine lapstrake and carvel-planked boats in the 10- to 18-foot range, but they advertised their ability to design and build pleasure cruisers or yachts up to 110 feet in their spacious plant.
This outboard launch boat was designed specifically for J.Emel of Marysville, Washington. It subsequently became part of the illustrious Jerry McAuliffe collection of Kirkland and later Seabeck, WA. McAuliffe was an avid collector of cars, historic items and items of fine distinction This spectacular piece was just on the market to settle the estate.
Superb cosmetic condition. Absolute ship shape museum quality. Reinell became a famous boat builder and this charming boat is perhaps the only and earliest example in existence.
Absolute jewelry, stunning and a piece of history. Don’t miss the once in a lifetime opportunity.