StanCraft has been building truly spectacular wooden boats for over 80 years. They are custom designed and built by hand using beautiful African Mahogany, and powered by fuel-injected engines from 320 hp to 1200 hp.

Adorned with custom Brass accents.

Elegant Livorsi gauges.

Amazing sound quality with 3200 watt stereo, 6 amps and 22 speakers.

Dual Mercury engines with 500 horse power each.

Surprise front electric hatch hides a three-person rumble seat.

Comfortable seating for up to ten guests.

Sleek black diamond tuck interior.

Proudly made in the U.S.A.

For Sale - $275,000 Firm

The most stunning wooden boat built now or in the last 100 years.

There are only two 35' StanCraft Speedsters in existence, and one is permanently owned by Richard Brooke. This work of art is powered by Dual 500hp Mercury engines. Even at 50mph, this 7,000-pound beauty cuts chop like a hot knife through butter!

The front electric hatch hides a three-person rumble seat. The section in front of the windshield contains the engines with three feet in front of them and 18 inches in-between in which to work.

Behind each front seat is storage for bumpers, blankets, etc. There is also storage under the back seats. The shifters and throttles are chrome Marine Machine and the Monstor gauges are Livorsi including a GPS speedo. The gauges are analog style with blue back lighting.

StanCraft boats are all original designs since 1933. They are hand-built and finished with 16 coats of Epifanes. It is impossible to drive this boat anywhere without drawing a crowd. It is a one-of-a-kind work of art.

Dual Mercruiser 496HO engines with custom modified CMI stainless steel headers producing over 500hp each
Full brass
Sound System:
3200 watt stereo, 6 amps and 22 speakers.

Electric engine and rumble seat
Start and hatch lift
Room for 10

Twin brass Buell compressed air horns
Bow thruster
Auto oil changer system
Dove-Colored deck stripes
Two-Toned black-on-black with custom diamond blue stitching

"The lines of StanCraft are traditional, stunning lines, but for me it's really the wood. It's the depth of the mahogany - it's beautiful, a work of art," says Bliss Boats Owner, Richard Brooke. "I fell in love with it; stunning boat."

Watch the video to hear what else Richard has to say in a seven and a half minute feature on the Travel Channel program, Extreme Boats!