Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by homer1958, Jan 19, 2014.
This looks interesting...
1964 Chris Craft Roamer 46 ft LWL | eBay
She looks nice. Refreshing to see a listing where the owner/seller has used proper terms to describe the condition, updates, etc.
The freeboard difference between the '64s and the '68/69s is amazing. Or maybe this one just looks lower in the aft third on the profile shots because there's no skirting on the rail.
Yes, I thought so. Looks like a great job on fixing the steel. Generally I do not prefer the older look, but this one looked better. It has 50 people watching it so it is going to go.. price is right that is for sure but it is cheap down in Tennesee.
The way things are going in this nation, I figure the safest place to live is on a well preserved older yacht. Taxes are right and if "TSHTF" just pull off shore... These boats are a "steel" in a way. I watch people buy junkie sitting duck condos for 400 and pay 350-400 condo fees..... who needs that?
OH... You bought that nice 46!
Nice buy there! I looked at that one and they really kept her up... great boat you have. I think it is aluminum as well if I recall. Not to many of those around... I recall as a kid one well to do fellow who owned Grandma Brown's Baked Beans own one called "Beefeater." It was aluminum with Detroits as I recall. He kept it here in the early 70's Bonnie Castle Resort - Bing Images
Nice to se you hope everyting is allright