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Boat Reviews By Owners

1987 -- 42' 0" CHRIS CRAFT

Model: catalina

Cockpit: overall length is 47' 11" with a beam of 14' 9" great cruiser good visibility from the helm

Cabin: will sleep 6 with two staterooms each with it's own head..large galley with parka teak floor

Construction: boat is designed from uniflite line.. chris craft bought uniflite in the earily 80 and upgraded the line to meet chris craft standards..33000 lbs that is more than rugged for all kinds of sea

Handling: i have had the boat is 7 to 9 ft sea and it handled just fine

Engine Room: the engines are gas 454 350hp crusaders that are fine for normal cruising but it would be nice if the boat was powered by deisel...

General Comments: this is really a nice cruiser and condo away from home.. we have cruised the chesapeake bay in her and found that she is next to perfect for that chore...getting out of boating so we need to sell at this time

Email Address: bayboater2@comcast.net


Date Submitted: 2003-11-11

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