Chris Craft Yachts For Sale

Founded in 1884 in Algonac, Michigan, Chris Craft was once the undisputed king of the worldwide pleasure boat industry. After the war Chris Craft introduced a new lineup of civilian pleasure boats in time for the massive American consumer expansion of the 1950s. In 1964, Chris-Craft launched the all-fiberglass Chris-Craft Commander. Between the 1960s and 1980s, Chris-Craft lost market share as competitors with more innovative designs and less expensive manufacturing techniques such as fiberglass hulls came on the scene. Chris-Craft ended production of its last mahogany-hulled boat, the Constellation, in 1971. Eventually the Chris Craft product line fell from public favor, and in 1989 the company assets were sold at auction to industry-giant OMC Marine. OMC went into bankruptcy in 2001 and production of Chris Craft boats was discontinued. In 2001 Chris-Craft was purchased by Stellican Ltd. Operations resumed as the new owners introduced a series of premium, retro-style Chris Craft models.

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RECENTLY SOLD CHRIS CRAFT YACHTS

LOA    Manufacturer        Year         List Price                  Sold Price             Location

65'       Chris-Craft           1960       $98,500 (09/17)     $95,000 (09/19)      WA, USA

50'       Chris-Craft           1988       $209,000 (02/18)   $190,000 (10/19)     MI, USA

46'       Chris-Craft           1968       $84,900 (12/18)     $81,000 (07/19)      FL, USA

43'       Chris-Craft           2004       $179,000 (04/18)   $150,000 (10/19)    FL, USA

42'       Chris-Craft           1987       $59,900 (03/19)     $50,000 (06/19)      FL,USA

38'       Chris-Craft           2009       $165,900 (10/18)   $146,500 (08/19)    NY, USA

36'       Chris-Craft           2013       $209,000 (10/18)   $199,000 (07/19)    FL, USA

29'       Chris-Craft           2008       $113,000 (06/19)   $100,000 (08/19)    FL, USA