Apologies for the last-minute notice, but I just learned today of a 16' cedar strip rowing skiff, purportedly built by Peterborough Canoe Co. in the 1940's. It is coming up for auction this Saturday, July 9th, in Napanee, ON, at Tim Potter Auctions - http://www.timpotter.com/auctions/070916.html. This boat appears to be in very good condition, has its original floor racks and two pairs of nearly-new oars. I checked with the Canoe Museum and was advised that during the 1940's Peterborough Canoe was selling a 16' cedar strip rowing skiff called the "Burleigh". It had a beam of 42", a depth of 15", and weighed in at 130 lbs. The boat at auction has a strong resemblance to catalogue images. Meanwhile, down the street at Canadian Canoe Co., they were turning out an identical craft called the "Trent". Same dimensions and weight. Auction pics are attached below. I have no connection to or ownership interest in this item. I merely flag it here for any others who do. Seems like too nice and too rare a boat to go unwanted or passed by, so I thought others here might wish to be aware. Good luck.