From the Owner

Charles Zimmerman and Greg Hogarth grew up best friends cottaging in the Muskoka region. Charles’s family boat was a Greavette Streamliner. The two have fond memories of many summers in and around this boat. Often referred to as a ‘cigar boat’, the name is a play on that and Greg’s nickname, Hogie. In 2009, Greg was able to purchase this actual boat. A 22′ Greavette Streamliner, with a walk-thru design around the engine compartment. Greg brought the boat to Peter Breen Antique & Classic Boat Co. Ltd for a complete restoration and new bottom. Over 18 months, ‘Sthogie’, as she has now become known, transformed from tired, old, worn out cottage boat to showboat. Now sporting a ‘Encapsulated Plank’ Breen bottom, this boat is as practical as any modern powerboat.

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Specifications

Year:

1952

Make:

Greavette Boatworks

Model:

Streamliner

Hull:

Wood

Length:

22'

Beam:

7.5'

Builder:

Greavette Boatworks

Builder Location:

Gravenhurst, Ont.
Engine

Year:

2012

Manufacturer:

Mercruiser

Model:

Scorpion

Cylinders:

8

Speed:

45 mph
General Information

Boat Name:

Sthogie

Home Port:

Lake Joseph

Owner:

Greg Hogarth
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