Award Winning 1956 Century Coronado Restored Classic Wood Boat For Sale

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    Manufacturer: Century

    Model: Coronado

    Year: 1956
    Length: 21'
    Beam 7'4"
    Price: Call for Price

    Phone: 425.485.2871


1956 Century Coronado 21 Classic Direct Drive. A fully restored ground-up restoration with a no soak bottom. This boat won Best in Class at the Seattle Antique Boat Show at Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA in 1994. She has been meticulously maintained and always stored indoors. Powered by a Fully Rebuilt 427 Grey Marine 350 HP Original Engine.

Options include: All hardware has been re-chromed, No Soak Hull, Restored Hull Sides, Restored Deck, All Gauges Rebuilt, New Wiring Throughout, New Upholstery, Restored Top, Custom Ryan Trailer. A must see!

High powered 427 Grey Marine engine offers smooth-riding along with seductive styling delivers compelling blend of top-quality construction and deluxe accommodations. This classic beauty highlights include deluxe cockpit seating with room to spread out and relax, the high-end finishes and a full Sunbrella cover.

African Mahogany has a sophisticated touch, luxury-class interior featuring navy and white upholstery. This boat also has plenty of seating for entertaining and the horsepower to easily pull a skier out of the water.


  • Custom Ryan Trailer
  • 14 Hours on the boat since restoration
  • Exterior has been restored and is in Mint Condition
  • Interior is new and in flawless condition
  • Removable hardtop and soft top
  • Sought After Interior Colors: Navy and White

The Coronado began their production run in 1955. At the time these were quite the boats, much different than the very successful and popular Chris-Crafts that dominated the market. Century was trying to differentiate themselves from the rest of the boating manufacturers by producing a large, glitzy, and very powerful hi-end powerboat for the more affluent buyer. Thus the Coronado.

They changed the basic design every two years. The 1955 and 1956 models are the only two years that Coronado came complete with mahogany decks. From then on the bow decks would always be of vinyl. The 1955 and 1956 years are among the very best riding boats that Century ever produced in that era. Plus, they are so beefed up to handle the extra power that they are nearly bullet-proof if well cared for.



The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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