'62 Owens Flagship (27' Mahogany)

by Chris Polasky
(Fargo, ND USA)

current condition

current condition

current condition upon arrival after a terrible tow 300 miles first day

1962 Owens Flagship cabin cruiser, 27 feet, Double plank mahogany Cabin/Fly bridge Yacht with Chevy 327 engine. Great classic wood boat with lots of charm, perfect for cruising the lakes.

Features include:

Amazing lines, gorgeous wood finish, and plenty of comfort.

Teak swim platform with ladder.

4 person dining table

Sleeps 4 people (two in v-berth, two on converted table)

Ice box fridge

2 burner alcohol stove top and sink, stowage compartments, fresh water.

Enclosed head compartment with manual toilet.

I fell in love this Owens the minute I saw the Craigslist ad.... I didn't have her surveyed, I didn't look her over... I just bought her and brought her home.

I've been working on her for two years now and hope to get her in the water this year or next.

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Sep 09, 2015
now listed on Minneapolis Cragslist
by: Anonymous

This boat is now listed for $2000 on the Minneapolis Minnesota Craigslist.

found the listing on 9/9/2015

Jun 17, 2015
Barn Find
by: Anonymous

I just found a Owens Flagship 27 ft mahogany in an old barn and b selling it soon.

contact is lwilkinssheetmetal@gmail.com

Jun 20, 2014
hello from Betty Glenn
by: Winston

Chris I would love to haves any info you would be willing to share on these great old boats email me riding4cp@gmail.com

Jun 19, 2014
Nice Job
by: Winston

I am hopeful the Betty Glenn will look that nice in a few years

May 25, 2014
good choice
by: Charles Gatchell

Great boat. Great builder! Congrats !!!

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