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Old 05-07-2014, 06:45 PM   #1
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About to list my Chris Craft 350 DC

Will soon be listing my 1980 Chris Craft 350 DC with a broker in Maryland.

I realize it's not a trawler, but we're selling the Chris with a plan to purchase a newer Mainship 390.

Here's a quick listing and a few pics:

1980 Chris Craft 350 Double Cabin: "Sound Retreat"
Twin 350Q Chris Craft engines (V8, gas, 235 hp ea) Approx 510 hrs show on hourmeter. I've had upper heads/valve rebuilds done on each engine within the last 4 years. Both run well. Professionally winterized each fall / serviced each spring.

Onan 6.5 kW gen
Mastervolt 3-bank charging system (2012)
4 AGM Deep cycle batteries, (2009/2009/2011/2012)
Lewmar Windlass (new 2012) with foot controls
New isinglass in the canvas
New Dometic Coolmatic CR-110 dual voltage refrig/freezer (2010)
32" Toshiba flat panel TV w/ DVD player and Shakespeare HD over-the-air antenna.
ParMax4 pressure water pump (2011)
Hot Water Heater
Replaced original Groco filters with Racor filter - fuel/water separators.
Princess 3-burner electric stove/oven
Microwave
Head with shower
Lots more. . .


Happy to pass along any additional info if interested. Lots more photos. Let me know.

We've had her since 2009 and really have enjoyed this boat, but are ready to make a move to a trawler as (I hope) an interim step toward future cruising possibilities.

Asking $29,900. Will be listing with a broker in the next few days.

Boat is at Herrington Harbour North marina in Deale, MD on Chesapeake Bay.

John
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Old 05-07-2014, 06:46 PM   #2
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Looks and sounds like a nice boat, and the price is appealing. Good luck.
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Greetings,
Welcome aboard. Nice neat engine room.
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Old 05-07-2014, 07:30 PM   #4
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That's a very nice boat your selling. I agree the ER is very clean best of luck selling her.
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What??

Nobody is going to rip the newbie poster a new one for posting a classified??

JKW,
Good luck on the sale and purchase of a new boat!

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What??

Nobody is going to rip the newbie poster a new one for posting a classified??

JKW,
Good luck on the sale and purchase of a new boat!

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Old 05-22-2014, 08:18 PM   #7
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What marina, I was at the Gangplank in DC then Calvert in Solomons, MD. I wish you luck selling your Chris.
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I like this boat and she rides nice and level especially for having no trim tabs that are common on boats of this type.

The prop shafts are unusually far apart. Probably has unusually good maneuverability and space between the engines. Is there a downside to twin screws that far spaced?
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I like this boat and she rides nice and level especially for having no trim tabs that are common on boats of this type.

The prop shafts are unusually far apart. Probably has unusually good maneuverability and space between the engines. Is there a downside to twin screws that far spaced?

I had a Chris Craft with twin screws like that and it was easy to maneuver, made docking a lot easier. Good luck.
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Old 05-29-2014, 10:35 PM   #10
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She's at Herrington Harbour North in Deale, MD.

I spent 28+ years in the Army, much of them in tanks, and this boat handles just like a tank (and I mean that as a compliment!) The twin screws set far apart allow you to spin it on a dime, with minimal sideslip. Handling is easy and intuitive, even allowing for the large wind cross-section.

We've enjoyed this boat immensely. Just time to move to a trawler as it's usually just me and my wife now that the children are all out on their own.

Listed now with Integrity Yacht Sales. here's the link on Yachtworld: 1980 Chris Craft Catalina 350 Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

John
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Old 09-05-2014, 07:21 PM   #11
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Smile Have found our next boat - need to sell the Chris Craft

Have found a real trawler that we want to make a move on (soon) but need to move this nice Chris Craft.

Still listed with Integrity Yacht Sales in Maryland. 1980 Chris Craft Catalina 350 Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

Willing to negotiate on the price, as I'd like to move up.

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Old 08-01-2015, 07:30 PM   #12
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Now priced at $24,900. Just had the starboard engine heads rebuilt. Runs well. Ready to move up to our next boat. This is a nice, well-maintained Chris on the Chesapeake.
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