33 Futura
33' / 10.06m

Port Huron , Michigan , United States
Black Beauty
"Black Beauty" is a 1957 33' Chris Craft Futura and she is indeed a classic beauty! The construction of this vessel is entirely of Philippine Mahogany, Oak, and Teak wood. The hull has a fine vee entry at the bow, hard chines, and transitions to flat planing sections at the transom.
Antique and Classics
Wood Hull
Vessel ID# 2771662
$297,500 USD
€281,897 Euros
CA$404,507 CAD
£248,950 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 33' (10.06 meters)
Type power
Year 1957
Beam 10'
Draft Max 2'
Fuel Type Gas/Petrol
Hull Material Wood

Engine 1

I D 75649
Engine Make Crusader
Engine Model C454
Engine Year 1989
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 350.00

Engine 2

I D 75650
Engine Make Crusader
Engine Model C454
Engine Year 1989
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 350.00


For more information about this vessel, please contact Mike Levell.
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Mike Levell

Yacht Broker
Saint Clair Shores Michigan 48080 United States
Cell: 586.530.3318

Mike Levell was born on the shores of Lake St. Clair in southeast Michigan. He now splits his time between Michigan and south Florida. Back in 1983, he decided to buy a 52′ wooden motor yacht to restore and cruise the Great Lakes. The restoration happened and he was hooked on boating. Shortly thereafter, he was offered a mate position on a busy corporate yacht cruising between south Florida and the Great Lakes. This naturally led him to get his master’s license. He has since maintained and captained many motor yachts all over the Great Lakes, the East Coast, and Florida (including about 25 trips between south Florida and the Great Lakes). In 1991, a happy repeat client of AYS introduced Mike to the company and he has been with us ever since. Mike prides himself on having some of the cleanest yachts available among his listings. He prefers to preview the yachts that he shows to his buyers to make sure that they are as good as the photos and spec sheets portray. He is not afraid to travel for his clients. The majority of his clients come back to him every time they are ready for a different boat.