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Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by doug p, Mar 1, 2009.

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  1. doug p

    doug p Member

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    Just purchased a 1958/9 Roamer 25' Sportsman. Unfortunatley it came in not-labeled pieces, but overall in good shape. She has twin K's. I need to ask a few questions of someone who has a similar boat. I know there are not too many out there.
    Doug
  2. NYCAP123

    NYCAP123 Senior Member

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    Welcome to the Forums Doug. Have you tried plugging 'Roamer" into the search above?
  3. iaranicki

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    do you have any pics
    I am especially intereted in the hull number.
    i have only found the following 25'/28'

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    Hull number is SE25-512....Number 12 of 15 made. Delivered to Minnetonka Boatworks December 5 1958.

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  5. iaranicki

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    really nice your RSE 25 512
    I was looking at the same but in 28' it was RSE 28 202 see photo above and additional below but didn't succeed to save her from conversion into a dive boat....
    I don't have detailled pics
    Good luck
    Ivan

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  6. wrecktreker

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    A Roamer Dive Boat is a bad thing?

    Nice 25', Do you have any pictures of the interior and deck? Would like more room for Diving on my 27'. Roamers are stable platform for diving but a little crowded with 6 divers.

    Gordon

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    Iaranicki and WreckTreker,

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  8. iaranicki

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    wreck treck,
    I have no detailled pics
    I see that you have an MC registrationas.
    The guy that owned the 28' is in Cheboygan you can probably find him.
    I belive he was called Chris Clarmont.
    But all this was in 2004 since god knows what happened to the RSE 28 202
    if anyone finds out let me us know.

    By the way what is the hull number of your 27 ? is it on the survivors list?
    I trying to help out Eric to have as many boats as possible.
    Let me know
    Ivan
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    Hull Number

    Ivan,
    Hull # is RXB270127R. It had a hardtop but the previous owner removed it. Engines are original 283's but have been up graded with new carbs and electronic ignition. I also put in a whole new deck with new stringers and Custom color Line X covering, transom door and all new wiring, AC and DC.

    Gordon
  10. alloyed2sea

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    47 years later,....

    ...., and she's still a beaut!
    Go figure how many 27' Bayliners will be able to say the same. My guess (0).
    Nothing like good bones, and a knowledgeable surgeon, eh?
    Great work Gordon (Mr. "Roamer-of-the-Month"!) - "Wreck Roamer" has entered the Roamer firmament properly positioned as the shining Silver Comet she is.
    Pls accept our gratitude and appreciation for all the hard work you've done.
    (It was you, rite?)
    Cheers!
    Eric
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    PS - Have you heard about this upcoming CC Rendezvous:
    http://www.network54.com/Forum/482183/
    Should you care to partake, I'll formally designate "Wreck Roamer" as our Silver Comet delegate.
  11. 545x

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    I just realized that the three pictures of the 25' express cruiser ice breaker is mine. I purchased from a guy in the bay area that striped paint down and left it outside. To whom it may concern .. The boat is 95% restored and hoping to hit the water this summer
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    Does anyone know status on the other 25' express cruisers .. I thought there were three floating around .... but after looking at pictures on web two of the three are apparently my boat with different paint jobs