1987 Chris-Craft 42'

For Sale - $69,500
Summer Wind, Mississippi
Listing ID: 2789159
Description

1987 Chris-Craft 42′

Summer Wind

42′

Length

Gulfport, Mississippi

Location

Crusader

Engine

$69,500

For Sale

1987 Chris-Craft 42′ Catalina

The Chris-Craft Catalina came to the waters in 1971 as the Uniflite 42 Double Cabin which turned out to be one of Uniflite’s most popular boats and earned a reputation for being well-built and a practical, well-arranged interior. In 1984, Uniflite ceased operations and Chris-Craft purchased the molds and resumed building this model the following year and referring to her as the Chris 425 Catalina Double Cabin. While she looked exactly like the old Uniflite from the outside, the Catalina had a fresh interior layout with walk-around queen berths fore and aft; something the Uniflite 42 never had during her production years. The 425 designation lasted only a year; in 1986 she was called the 426 Catalina and benefited from a re-styled and enlarged flybridge. The 427 designation came in 1987 and “Summer Wind” is a fine example of what quality craftsmanship is all about. This yacht is the perfect “home away from home,” or luxury cruiser.

  • New Phasor 8kw Generator – $20,000 (2020) Approx. 80 Hours
  • New Diesel Generator Fuel Tank (28 Gallons)
  • New Pleather Love Seat – Bankette
  • New Bed Mattresses (Both Staterooms)
  • New Carpet Throughout
  • New Master Head
  • New Eisenglass
  • New Cutlass Bearings
  • New Shaft Seals
  • New Battery Back-Up System with Change-Over Switch
  • New Bottom Paint – October 2021
  • New Battery Charger
  • New Bimini


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Engine Specs
Engine Model Crusader 454XL Crusader 454XL
Hours 0 0
Fuel Gas/Petrol Gas/Petrol
HP 350 350



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