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Chris-Craft

Chris-Craft

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.

1964 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff - Small Cuddy

US$22,500

Lake George,NY,United States

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Description/Condition

Kept in boat house, used in fresh water on Lake George, NY. Dealer maintained. Terrific lake boat. One of the most widely recognized names in wooden motorboats, Chris-Craft got its start in 1922 in Algonac, Michigan, with Chris Smith and his sons Jay and Bernard at the helm. Chris led several boat building ventures prior to that, including a partnership with Gar Wood building race boats. Chris-Craft focused on standardized boat production, enabling them to build boats year-round and at a good profit - while still being affordable to the average guy. Chris-Craft's boat lines included the runabouts, utilities, cruisers, and sea skiffs. They also built motors for a period of time. The founders sold the company in 1960, but Chris-Craft continued building wooden boats until 1972. The company is still around today, building boats made of fiberglass.




Boat Details
Fuel Gas/PetrolHull Material Wood 
Engine Make Chris Craft #701835 327 C.I. 210HpLength Overall 24 ft 
Number of Engines 1    

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Recent Work Complete Exterior/Interior Strip, Sand, Paint, Stain, and Varnish in the Winter of 2007/2008 Construction Lapstrake construction on bent oak frames Finish Painted Sides, Mahogany Rails and transom - Vinyl Canvas Decks, Mahogany Ceiling Boards Upholstery White Tufted Vinyl with Red Piping, Good/Excellent Canvas Bimini Top Hardware Original- Excellent/Good Condition, recently buffed and polished Gear Loaded with goodies -- Cushions, Bumpers, Boat Hook, transom Mounted Swim Ladder

Disclaimer

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.