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This boat has been professionally restored and maintained, with well over $100,000 invested in woodwork alone. While there are many Chris-Craft cruisers on the market, they can be expensive to repair and restore. A 30' cruiser can be twice the surface area as a comparable 30' runabout, so the end result is not many of these boats get proper care and restoration. This boat is an opportunity to be "on the water" with a completely restored cruiser right now.

Chris-Craft built 102 of these hulls between 1953 and 1954. This boat is Hull #62.
  • Twin 105 HP - Chris Craft KL Motors
  • Length 30' 7"
  • Beam 10' 4"
  • Draft 2'1"
  • Weight 8000 - 8500
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 US gallons in 2 tanks
  • Fresh water - 25 US gallons
  • Holding tank - 20 US gallons

Much more detailed specific information is available documenting the specifics of the restoration. Please inquire.

Priced at $79,000.

Guestbook for 1954 Chris Craft - 31' Sedan Cruiser
Darryl Allen(non-registered)
I have one in Sacramento Ca. hull # 009, in really good condition, not like yours, but in a few years I will have it close. The only other one I have seen sold on E-Bay about 2 years ago in Seattle Wa. for $500.00 in poor condition, and like mine is one of 2 with factory installed fly bridge.
Jeff Bowler(non-registered)
I have one just like this one... 1953, Hull # 55. I wish it looked like this one, but I have a lot of work to do... It's unlikely that you'll find another one in anywhere near the condition of this one.
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