1999 Olympic Boat Co Values, Specs and Prices

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Olympic Boat Co Note

No longer in production. For information after 2002, see C-Dory. For information prior to 1981, see Olympic Boat Co Inc/Ray Marine Dist.
(2002 - 1981)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
18 CENTER CONSOLE 18' OUTBD FG 0 0 1350 7'4"
18 RUNABOUT HARDTOP 18' OUTBD FG 0 0 1510 7'4"
18 RUNABOUT SOFT TOP 18' OUTBD FG 0 0 1350 7'4"
20 RUNABOUT HARDTOP 19' OUTBD FG 0 0 1940 7'5"
20 RUNABOUT SOFT TOP 19' OUTBD FG 0 0 1840 7'5"
22 HARDTOP 22' OUTBD FG 0 0 3500 8'
22 HARDTOP 22' STERN FG 1 280 3500 8' Gasoline
22 HARDTOP 22' STERN FG 1 225 3500 8' Diesel
24 HARDTOP 24' OUTBD FG 0 0 4720 8'6"
24 HARDTOP 24' STERN FG 1 225 4720 8'6" Diesel
24 HARDTOP 24' STERN FG 1 280 4720 8'6" Gasoline
22 RESORTER CUDDY CABIN 25' OUTBD FG 0 0 3700 8'
26 HARDTOP 26' OUTBD FG 0 0 4800 8'6"
26 HARDTOP 26' STERN FG 1 280 4800 8'6" Gasoline
26 HARDTOP 26' STERN FG 1 225 4800 8'6" Diesel
Producing an extensive range of fiberglass powerboats for recreational and commercial applications, Olympic Boat Company vessels were powered by outboard, stern as well as seadrive propulsion. Building watercraft as small as a 17-foot runabout, Olympic Boat Company larger boats span to the length of 33 feet. Olympic Boat Company operated in Monroe, Washington from the 1970s until 2002 when it merged with boat company C-Dory.