PRICE REDUCED 28 AUG 2013 AS A END OF SEASON PRICE SPECIAL. START THIS BOAT UP AND TAKE HER ANYWHERE YOU WANT TO GO TODAY!!!!
Boat just came out of the boat yard (July 2013) with new bottom paint and having the props tuned and balanced. Plus owner has reduced the price by $3000 so the new owners can enjoy the boat for the rest of the boating season.
This Chris-Craft Double Cabin Motor Yacht is a very popular aft cabin cruiser with a spacious flybridge and the sought after upper and lower helm stations. Her practical floor plan includes double berths fore and aft, a large main salon, and a galley down with seating for six. The spacious flybridge and ease of handling add much to her appeal as a family cruiser. Always a good running vessel, she is very economical cruising at 17-18 knots with her twin 270 HP (350 Cubic Inch) fresh water cooled engines.
The 36 Chris DCMY is one of the most popular vessels of its size, due to its hull design. It is not only stable but easily driven. It has all the comforts of home.
If you are concerned about fuel economy you can cruise her at trawler speeds very economically. But if you need the speed you can rev her up and do 20+ knots to get you there fast.
****OWNER WILL CONSIDER TRADING FOR A SAILBOAT OR TAKING A SAILBOAT IN ON TRADE****
- 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC power Onan 6.5 Kw generator with 381 hours (2) 30 Amp shore power cords with 50 Amp adapter (2) Group 27 starting battery (2) Group 27 house batteries Xantrex Tru-Charge 20 Amp battery charger Battery monitors at both helm stations (3) Attwood 11,000 GPH electric bilge pumps Sony Marine AM/FM/CD player with I-Pod input Remote stereo speakers in salon and staterooms (2) Sentry CO2 detectors, one in each stateroom Dual trumpet horns Marine Air 2 zone air conditioning/reverse cycle heat (2) windshield wipers for lower helm Newmar GI-30 galvanic isolator
- Twin Crusader 270hp, 350 ci carborated engines Port engine with 54 hours (rebuilt at 793 hours) Starboard engine with 853 total hours Engines are fresh water cooled Full engine instrumentation at both helms, with alarms Guest-Judson Marine engine synchronizer Sea Star hydraulic steering at both helms Fireboy fire suppression system Morse throttle and transmission controls at both helms Racor primary fuel filters Stainless steel shafts Spare props
- Starting at the aft deck there are three steps up to the flybridge. The flybridge offers dual helm chairs and a large “L” shaped seating area behind the Captain’s seat. From the aft deck and along the starboard side and down three stairs is access into the salon. The salon has a convertible love seat along the aft port side and a small seating stool for use with the lower helm. The lower helm is located along the starboard side forward in the main salon. Aft and down two stairs is the master stateroom with an amidships double berth with complete walk around access. Forward in the stateroom are a mirrored wall and storage drawers and on the port side is a hanging locker. Access into the ensuite head and separate shower stall is along the starboard side. A privacy door can separate the master from the main salon. Down three steps into the galley area with a convertible dinette to port with storage under the seats and to starboard is the “U” shaped galley with double stainless steel sink, spacious storage and counter top spaces. Further forward is access into the guest stateroom with a starboard side Pullman berth with storage. The guest stateroom has an insuite head and shower to starboard with the separated vanity along the port side. The forward bulkhead is mirrored and offers access into the anchor locker. The synthetic Cork flooring and natural light makes the 362 feel like a much large boat. The addition of the lower helm makes for cruising in any weather and the abundant storage capability allows for extended cruising. Access into the engine room is through a large floor panel in the main salon.
- The spacious “U” shaped galley to starboard with a dinette that can seat six to port. There is abundant storage spaces and all the amenities that would be expected on a much larger vessel. The galley will please even the most discriminating chef. Norcold refrigerator with freezer, replaced in 2006 Seaward Princess Series H microwave oven Princess 3 burner stove top with cutting board top for added counter space Double stainless steel sinks Delta faucet with sprayer White Formica counter tops with teak accents Ample storage areas and drawers
- UPPER HELM ELECTRONICS
- Garmin GPS Map 188C chartplotter/sounder Uniden ES UM-525 VHF with hailer Fog and hailing horn Bennett trim tab controls Standard Horizon DS-30 depth indicator Sentry 416 Gas Vapor alarm Guest remote controlled spot light Ritchie Powerdamp compass
- LOWER HELM ELECTRONICS
- Standard Horizon DS-30 depth indicator Uniden MC-900 VHF radio Sentry 416 Gas Vapor alarm Bennett trim tab controls Guest remote controlled spot light Ritchie Powerdamp compass
- 45 pound Danforth anchor with 30’ chain and 200’ rope rode 33 pound Bruce anchor with 40’ chain and 250’ of rope rode S/S anchor roller and bow pulpit Maxwell electric windlass with foot controls Anchor locker on bow (4) S/S fender holders mounted at bow New Lexan venture windshield for flybridge S/S stachions & rails with boarding gates S/S and teak boarding ladder on transom Swim platform with folding S/S and teak swim ladder St Croix S/S crane on starboard aft deck with 200 pound capacity Blue Sunbrella bimini with full enclosure for fly bridge West Indies propane grill mounted on stern rail, with cover Flag pole with Sunbrella cover Burge pole and Sunbrella cover Todd Albemarle helm chairs Life sling mounted on stern rail Coast Guard Safety Package All fenders and lines
- Crusader 270 HP, 350 ci carbonated engines Port engine with 54 hours (rebuilt at 793 hours) Starboard engine with 853 total hours Engines are fresh water cooled Full engine instrumentation at both helms, with alarms Guest-Judson Marine engine synchronizer Sea Star hydraulic steering at both helms Fireboy fire suppression system Morse throttle and transmission controls at both helms Racor primary fuel filters Stainless steel shafts Spare props
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.