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1989 Chris Craft 427 Catalina

1989 Chris Craft 427 Catalina


Mt Clemens, Michigan

Year 1989

Make Chris Craft

Model 427 Catalina

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

1989 Chris Craft 427 Catalina (CURRENT OWNER OF 4-YEARS) SELLER HAS INVESTED HEAVILY MAKING THIS ONE OF THE NICEST 1989 CHRIS CRAFT 427 CATALINA'S AVAILABLE, PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS THROUGHOUT -- PLEASE SEE FULL SPECS FOR COMPLETE LISTING DETAILS. Freshwater / Great Lakes boat since new this vessel features Twin Crusader 454-cid 350-hp Gas Engine's with only 867 original hours.  Notable features include but are not limited to the following:  Air-Conditioning & Heat (3-Units), (2) Head's (Electric Flush) w/Vanity/Sink/Stall-Shower's (Bath-Tub in Aft), Onan Generator 9.0-kw (805-Hours), Windlass Anchor, Electronics Package (VHF Marine Radio, Depth/Fish-Finder, Autopilot, NEW Garmin Multi-Function NAV-System (Color) w/Radar/GPS/Chartplotter w/Open-Array Antenna), Premium Sound System w/iPod/MP3-Connection (JL-Audio Speaker's), Satellite Television, Aft Deck Bar w/Refrigerator & Ice-Maker (Note Pull-Out Liquor Bottle Storage), Canvas Package (Fly-Bridge Convertible-Top w/Full Enclosure, Aft-Deck Hardtop w/Full Isin-Glass Surround, and MUCH more! Broker Notes:  In no specific order:  New carpeting throughout, (2) new head maserator's, new salon sofa (w/storage), all new bedding, new blinds in aft / master stateroom, LED lighting throughout, new anchor, underwater lighting, satellite television w/custom mast. Complete engine tune 5/2016. Second set of props, all fuel lines replaced.  Sale includes owners manuals / maintenance records.  Highly recommended by listing agent! The PowerBoat Guide had this to say: The Chris 425/426/427 Catalina began life back in 1971 as the Uniflite 42 Double Cabin. She turned out to be one of Uniflite’s most popular boats and earned a reputation for sturdy construction and a practical, well-arranged interior. In 1984 Uniflite ceased operations when the company went bankrupt. Chris Craft bought the molds (as well as the old Uniflite production facility in Bellingham, WA) and resumed production of this model the following year, calling her 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 restyled and enlarged fly-bridge. The 427 designation came in 1987 and there were no further updates of significance.