1964 Chris Craft Roamer Steel Hull

Posting ID : B1008949862
Date Posted : 2012-05-31
Group : Boats By Owner

Up for sale is a 1964 Chris Craft Roamer Riviera 32 Ft. Cabin cruiser.
This Roamer is a classic featuring an all steel haul, Twin screw 327F Original Chris Craft Engines. Low Hrs (under 1300) on the Starboard engine, Fresh over haul on the Port engine done in 2008. New Blue Canvas Bimini Top plastic windows & New screens installed 2008. ). New helm seats. A Cobra Ship to Shore Radio. Two extra New Original shafts in the original crate. New Lines, Life Jackets, Solid Mahogany wood on the exterior and a lot of ribbon stripe Mahogany veneers & solid wood on the inside of the galley areas and throughout the interior areas of the ship and many other great features. This Chris Craft Classic Hull # RDX32033R has had a Marine Survey done in 2006. It has a displacement of 12,000 lbs. with a draft of 29" and a 11'9"Beam. The fuel Capacity is 55 Gal times two tanks. This roamer also has an original after-market fly bridge with steering wheel, and all controls. The Hull has had steel plates welded 2 ½ feet up on the keel on both sides along with paint is of the highest epoxy in the color of White With a Blue Strip. An all original sink, stove and refrigerator accompanies the portside with the comforts of a double bunk bed on the starboard. This classic also has sleeping quarters in the front bow section and the table reclines down for sleeping quarters for two. This Roamer sleeps 4 to 6. There is a bathroom with original head and sink. A New transponder is installed in the bottom of the haul for a Hummingbird GPS unit. This boat is in good condition for its age. It will need to have some repairs on and around the wooden cabin areas and seasonal maintenance e.g.; bottom antifouling paint (Haul was scraped & had antifouling paint in 2010), resealing around windows & possibly replacing some of the window runners as they are original, a possible restore of the refrigerator & stove as they are original. Painting of miscellaneous Parts typical of all classic cabin cruisers along with refinishing of some of the exterior surfaces of the mahogany along the gunnels on both port & starboard sides and along the transom and helm areas with varnish. Most of the outer deck areas where there is wood such as mahogany plywood, it all is in fairly great shape but could use a light restore as it has not been done like the inside galley areas.

The transporting or shipping method is the sole responsibility of the buyer.

Full payment in cash on pickup.

By appt. only


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