Chris-Craft 45 Corsair
Best In Show Quality
Chris-Craft 45 Corsair for sale | 13.72m (45'0") | 1955 | 2x petrol 330hp | Wood Construction | semi-displacement underwater profile | 8 berths | Boat REF# 252543
|Lying||Port Angeles, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||1,272.7 ltr (280.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||318.2 ltr (70.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||31.8 ltr (7.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||2 x petrol 330hp|
|Engine make and model||Crusader 454 (1996)|
|Engine Hours||Engine1: 1400 engine2: 1400|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||36.4 ltr (8.0 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||8 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||20 knots|
Engines are very clean and appear in good mechanical condition including painted surfaces, engine mounts, hoses, and wiring.
Engine hours shown on the gauges reflect total time since new (3,349 hours). New engines were installed in 1996 and the original hours were retained on the dials. Total engine hours since this time are approximately 1,400 based on customary annual usage by the owner.
The engine room is accessed from beneath the saloon floor by raising the steps to the galley area. The space is tight but provides access to the interior hull and most of the compartment with both sides of the engines accessible for servicing and maintenance.
Spare stub shaft;
- Valve job, port engine (2012)
- Major overhaul, starboard engine (2006)
Promatic 30-3 automatic battery charger; Kohler generator (installed 1975)
|Draft Max||0.84m (2'9")|
12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
The present owner purchased the boat in 2000. Over $40K was spent on hull work at the time. Hull planking was replaced where necessary and the boat was refastened in these areas. The transom was wooded, all battens replaced in the seams, and refastened.
Lectrasan MSD Type 2 marine toilet in aft cabin;
Electro-Guard cathodic protection system;
Overall length is 48 feet.
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|Total # of berths||8|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||4|
|Heads||2 heads (Electric)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
This is a two stateroom boat with an easy flow between interior spaces.
Enter the boat from sliding doors port and starboard into the gracious saloon. This large space includes built in varnished cabinetry and a tasteful blue upholstered sofa and chair. Move forward down three steps to the galley area. A dinette is to port and full galley to starboard with classic Chris Craft refrigerator, sink and counter, and storage. This space opens to the main saloon and the forward windows for light and a sense of space. Move forward to the cabin in the bow which features a door for privacy. Upper and lower single berths are to starboard. A sink and shelving is to port, and a marine toilet is beneath a cushioned seat. The anchor chain locker is forward.
From the saloon moving aft three stairs lead down to the master suite cabin. Double berths are to port and starboard. You'll find a Lectrasan marine toilet compartment with stall shower. This cabin has ample storage in varnished drawers, cabinetry, and lockers. A door provides access to the aft cockpit.
From the saloon a short ladder leads to the upper helm and cockpit seating. The helm station has been totally refinished and looks as new. There is a helm seat and a space to stand in a well for steering. A white upholstered bench is aft with storage beneath and a double bench is to port. The space is fully enclosed in canvas. This classic express cockpit design features a windshield and the space could be opened to the sun with the canvas retracted. A ladder aft leads to the aft cockpit. The boat interior is tastefully appointed with dark green carpeting, blue upholstery, and white leatherette seating in the upper express cockpit area.
Built-in electric heaters in cabins and a catalytic propane heater in the main saloon;
Red Dot engine driven heater in the saloon;
One (1) manual head in forward cabin;
One (1) electric head in aft cabin;
Original light fixtures and sinks;
Great visibility through large windows with blinds;
(Ice Maker not included in the sale)
3 burner gas cooker
|VHF DSC radio|
Kelvin White compass;
Furuno FCV-582L color fish finder;
Furuno 1715 radar;
ComNav Marine 1001 autopilot;
Uniden ES UM525 VHF DSC;
Uniden handheld VHF;
Garmin GPSMAP 220 GPS chartplotter (plus spare);
Rose Point Coastal Explorer PC Chartplotter software;
Toshiba HD TV/DVD;
Electric McMurry Seattle windlass
(Fortress FX-37 primary; Fortress secondary)
76.20m (250'0") of chain
Sea Eagle 10.6 dinghy (2002)
8hp outboard, Honda, Short Shaft (2002)
3/8" all chain rode;
Fortress Lunch Hook secondary anchor;
Spare prop for Honda outboard
|Carbon Monoxide detector|
4 bilge pumps (1 manual / 3 Electric)
Xintex M-2A gasoline fume detector;
CO2 Automatic fire suppression system in engine room;
Searchlight currently not operational;
VIRTUAL TOUR - VIDEO - 80 TO 100 PHOTOS - FULL SPECS CAN BE VIEWED OF THIS VESSEL!
Our 1955 Chris Craft 45 Corsair is a hard to find model that has been boathouse kept and maintained in exceptional condition. This boat draws a crowd at the annual Chris Craft rendezvous and at guest docks throughout the Pacific Northwest.
The interior is authentic and well appointed with an easy flow and minimal steps between cabins. The design features a two stateroom layout, galley with dinette, spacious main saloon, and an express upper helm with seating and access to the aft cockpit. The helm has been completely renewed right down to the chrome knobs and instrument displays. The exterior is varnished and painted to showroom quality which gleams next to clean unfinished teak decking.
Beyond appearances, the boat features clean, well maintained 1996 Crusader 454 twin gas engines in a clean engine room and current electronics and safety items. The owner uses this boat each season... it doesn't just sit around in the boathouse.
The boathouse is for sale as well for $12,000. It is in a great location in Port Angeles, Washington State and close to Canada and the San Juan Islands. Moorage is transferable to the next owner and the rates are among the best in the Pacific Northwest. Liveaboard moorage is available here.
The boat was just hauled, painted, and zinc anodes were applied and is ready for her next owner.
This could be the one you have been waiting for if you are seeking a rare model, mid-century Chris Craft classic motoryacht in top condition.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.