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1983 Chris Craft Catalina

Estimated price for orientation: 44 000 $

Category: Cruisers

Condition: Used Year: 1983
Use: Salt Water Make: Chris Craft
Engine Type: Twin Inboard/Outboard Model: Catalina
Engine Make: Crusader Type: Aft Cabin
Engine Model: 350 Length (feet): 38
Primary Fuel Type: Gas Beam (feet): 13.5
Fuel Capacity: 1 - 5 Gallons Hull Material: Fiberglass
For Sale By: Private Seller Trailer: Not Included

This is an exceptional deal dollar for dollar when compared to the vessels at this price point. Cruising, lounging, entertaining; it has it all.  Airbnb favorite! Ask me about the earnings.Professionally rebuilt from stem to stern with all new modern materials in a 3 year project. Power train, electrical, plumbing, paint, teak walls, entertainment systems. This is a substantial cruiser/liveaboard; you will not be wasting your time checking this out, especially when compared to the "marginal" deals and quality that is the used boat market. The 35DC is a heavy platform, more so than the 36 Tournament Sportfish that I've also owned. It's been ideal for family cruising, taking a sea or the rollers from the bigger boats. The boat is used and serviced regularly without issues; all systems work as they should, including the 2 Air Systems. Two large staterooms, two heads, one with a fiberglass tub. All of the support systems are from the rehab, with stainless steel water heater, holding tanks, chargers, pumps, LED's, etc.  Electronics are basic with GPSmap 541S, VHF, Sirius with NOAA, sync. The safety systems include sniffer alarm, large Fireboy, detectors. Remote flood/search light/remote windlass/trim tabs/davit.Clean boat, clean title, ready to go; needs nothing.Any and all questions are welcomed.The vessel is being marketed locally; the listing may be withdrawn without notice.Here is information from a recent listing:MechanicalThe low hour gas engines include twin Crusader 350’s, 280 HP under 1,000 hours, 6.5 KW Onan generator under 1,000 hours, battery charger, stainless steel water heater, pumps & controls. Anchor windlass, trim tabs, blowers. Two zone Marine Air. Two Moen waste systems. Tankage includes 50 gallons’ water, 350 gallons’ gasoline, 20 gallons’ waste. 12v/24v/110v 30 AMP service.ElectronicsGarmin GPSmap 541, Fireboy, Fume detector, VHF, stereo with Sirius, NOAA weather, Remote search light, remote windlass, engine sync, 32” 12V digital TV, 12V/120V Norcold Refrigerator-freezer, and Panasonic Inverter microwave oven. AccommodationsThere are two staterooms; forward stateroom includes a centerline double bed, closets and private head with shower. The aft stateroom includes a queen size custom bed, private head with shower and tub. There is a built in burl wood desk and two closets. The galley island includes a stainless steel sink with Moen faucet. The “L” seating bench is all new upholstery with rod holders within the frame.  The hydraulic hi-lo table and stools are included. The vessel had a licensed clerk of the works that employed professional contractors associated at the Marine yard.  There was no do-it-yourself work by the owner. The interior walls, ceiling, décor, and mechanical systems of the boat were substantially removed and replaced with new. Systems replaced included all electrical, plumbing, venting, domestic hot water, and waste components. Fifty-hour engines were torn down, inspected, and assembled with quality seals and gaskets.  The finished interior changed the floor plan with new teak walls and galley island. LED lighting is new throughout the boat. There are a few remaining tasks; however, all are simple decorating ideal for the liveaboard day. All improvements were made during the past 3 years.Painted completely Isinglass& curtains Upholstery, benches, helm chair 5% window tint 3 batteries 10/15 Bridge carpet Windlass with remote Search light with remote Outboard motor mount Dory/davit mount Navigation lights Twin Danforth anchors with 300’ chain and rode Fender holders, 36”  fenders Custom swim platform with swim ladder Amplified marine stereo speakers, receiver, NOAA weather  Cruising speed is 12-14 knots at 2,300 RPM’s averaging 1 gallon gasoline p/knm.