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Roamer Hunter

Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by bolsado, Mar 18, 2014.

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  1. bolsado

    bolsado Member

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    As mentioned in another thread I am going to post pics of Roamers that I have poached from the inter-web and wonder were are they now.

    Here is the first

    I think it was from a yachtworld for sale ad a few years back. Pretty sure it was in S. CA.


    Shes a diesel, rare in a 37(pretty sure its a 37). Cant remember but I think a steelie. In due time I would like to do my cockpit like this. I am still of mixed opinion of the look of the teak forward, some days I like some days not so much.

    Anybody know of this one????

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  2. SeaEric

    SeaEric YF Historian

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    38' Chris Craft Roamer
    Year: 1964
    Last Listed Price: US$ 49,800 (10/09)
    Sold: US$ 34,000 (03/10)
    Located in Marina del Rey, CA
    Hull Material: Steel
    Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel (Cummins 470's - 200 HP ea)
  3. bolsado

    bolsado Member

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    Not only cool but quick

    Thnx SeaEric


    So I guessed it looked like a repower. Seems excellent price if the hull had no issues.

    Is it possible to get a hull number from the sold boats???
  4. bolsado

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    Roamer Hunter II

    How about these two birds with unique plumage.

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  5. alloyed2sea

    alloyed2sea Moderator

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    Birds of a feather

    Here's something you don't see everyday. Just pray that itz never a real life perspective on the water either. She's a 1960 Riviera MY 43 welded in 25,000 pounds of Corten steel.
    Full speed ahead Mr. Christiansan!:p

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