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1969 46 roamer

Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by greggoldsmith, Feb 22, 2005.

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  1. greggoldsmith

    greggoldsmith New Member

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    sarnia bridgeview marina
    My wife and I just purchased a beautiful 1969 46 roamer. We brought it back from Ohio. We have very little history on her and would love to find out more about her past. The current name is Adair. Does anyone know of this boat.
    Thanks
    Greg
  2. alloyed2sea

    alloyed2sea Moderator

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    Roamer 46

    Greg -
    Welcome to our little club.
    Glad you wrote in, and glad you found yourself such a great Roamer. The 46 is a very good looking, roomy yacht.
    Need some more details to track her down however.
    First off, is she steel or aluminum; does she have an extended hardtop, diesels, etc.
    Dont know where all the Roamer went (total of 1961 made), but sometimes you can get lucky. :rolleyes:
    Would you happen to know her hull#
    Steel hulled 46s have the series #'s:
    RAA-46-2001 to RAA-46-2003(1969)
    AL are:
    RAP-46-501 to RAP-46-504(1969)
    RAQ-46-2501 to RAQ-46-2510 (1969)
    Do any of the photos below look familiar?
    IN any case, keep in touch - there are alot of ROAMERs here!
    Cheers,
    Eric Nordac
    Webmaster, CC Roamers.
    "Tin Tonic"

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    Last edited: Feb 24, 2005
  3. greggoldsmith

    greggoldsmith New Member

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    46 roamer

    Hi Eric
    Thanks for the reply. The last pic with the boat in the slip and the pic with the couple on the bow is the actual boat. She has a steel hull.
    Don't have the hull # with me
    Thanks
    Greg
  4. alanagr1

    alanagr1 New Member

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    Sebastian to Ft. Pierce FL.
    46'

    Good luck, She looks like a great boat ! I have a '65 Steel and I love it ..is she gas ?

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