Coeur d’Alene Antique & Classic Boat Festival

Saturday, August 13th & Sunday, August 14th (2022)
Coeur d'Alene Antique & Classic Boat Festival - Celebrating North Idaho's Love for Vintage Boats (Logo)

Join us on Saturday, August 13th (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) and Sunday, August 14th (10:00 AM - 2:00 PM) for two days of stunning boats and gorgeous lake views on The Coeur d'Alene Resort's Floating Boardwalk!

This annual festival is free to the public and is a great opportunity for vintage boat owners to show off their beautifully restored, rebuilt and preserved classics. Although most of the vintage boats on display will be gleaming mahogany, there will also be a handful of early fiberglass and aluminum models represented as well!

This family-friendly event is a fabulous opportunity for the public to socialize with other classic boat owners and enjoy sunny summer days at beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene!

Participant & Registration Information

Interested in showing off your beautiful boat? Join in on the fun! Boat owners can register by downloading the PDF via the button below, and mailing it to Ron Yandt at ronandjaney@aol.com OR send the registration in the mail to the address listed on the PDF.

Event Participants Q & A

Photo Gallery

Featured Boats In This Year's Show

Scroll over the photo to read a short bio about the boat!

Twin Finn Boat

Twin Finn is a 21’ 1959 Chris Craft Continental, hull number CL-21-149.  She was manufactured in Cadillac Michigan and initially delivered on Dec 11, 1958, to Greene Valley Motors, Catskill New York.

Chris Craft developed and manufactured the “finned” continentals between 1957 and 1959.  The series included 185 boats.  This was a very small production number and consequently is a relatively rare model.

The finned continental was truly a transitional boat.  Its details were taken from the 1957 Lincoln automobile. The boat is powered by a Chris Craft 283 cc V-8 engine and cruises at 38 MPH.

Twin Finn1959 Chris-Craft Continental
Owner: Jim Atkinson

The Sizzler Boat

This incredible one-of-a-kind wood sailboat was designed specifically for Lake Coeur d’Alene and built by Coeur Custom. The entire yacht is sailed single-handedly by her owner or the captain, using an array of sophisticated hydraulic controls. She is 60 feet long with an 87-foot-tall mast, displaces 42,000 pounds, and has 30 coats of mirror-smooth finish. This floating work of art took 30,000 man-hours to complete. She combines traditional and exotic materials from around the globe. The Sizzler combines the best of technology with pure sailing ability.

The Sizzler60-Ft Custom Built Wood Sailboat
Owner: The Hagadone Family

The Steinway 340 HT Boat

Greatness is something never seen before. It is an idea, come boldly to life. Greatness is the new Steinway 340 HT, designed by master craftsman Jim Brown and crafted by Coeur Custom. Spanning 34 feet in length, a 9’ 6” beam, 430 HP and a double-planked hull. This distinguished boat is built with sapele wood and features an endless list of incredible features and amenities. This spectacular beauty redefines boating forever.

The Steinway2022 CoeurCustom Steinway 340 HT
Owner: Wayne & Janet Gretzky

1938 17’ chris-craft deluxe runabout “Jennifer ll” (Don and Jennifer Vogt)

Jennifer ll is a N. Idaho boat shipped from the factory to Spokane in Dec. 1937. We acquired the boat in 1989 and keep her on Hayden Lake. This 1938 Chris-Craft 17' Deluxe Runabout reflects classic mid-1930's boat design, with elegance of scale, proportion, and line. Jennifer ll is virtually all original, and has received top national and regional awards since her complete restoration in 2008.

Jennifer II1938 Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout
Owner: Don & Jennifer Vogt

Check out a recap from the 2021 International Coeur d'Alene Antique & Classic Boat Festival that took place in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho:

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