If you haven’t heard of Chris-Craft Boats, you probably don’t know your port from your starboard—this builder can be traced back to Christopher Columbus Smith, who began building boats in 1874 at the age of 13. Although the company has gone through many acquisitions, changes, and modifications since that time, it remains an industry powerhouse with a range of 19 boats including runabouts, cruisers, and center consoles. Today’s models feature a mix of classic styling and eye appeal with performance and ultra-modern construction techniques and design.
A beautiful, nicely restored Chris-Craft Sportsman. Utility style open cockpit is perfect for relaxed outings with family and friends.
|Engine Make||Chrysler 6 Cycle #32914 Re-Built||Length Overall||6.71 m|
|Number of Engines||1|
|Recent Work Re-built Motor, Completely Re-finished Body (Decks, transom, and Interior) Planks replaced. Construction Cedar Sided Plank Construction Finish White Painted Sides with Copper Bottom, Varnished Mahogany Decks, transom, and Ceiling Boards Upholstery Dark Blue- Fair/Good Condition, Floor Covering of Beige Basketweave Hardware Original Polished Chrome Gear Mounted Spotlight, Fire Extinguisher|