1958 Chris Craft Sea Skiff

Listing ID2985174
Sale Price$14,900 USD [ Convert To CAD ]
Seller POP Yachts
Category Antique and Classic Boats
Make Chris Craft
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ModelSea Skiff
Located Monrovia, Indiana, US
Stock Number219108
Length30ft / 9.14 m
Beam11ft / 3.35 m
Engine MakeChris-craft
Engine ModelK
Engine TypeInboard
Engine HP400

- Stock #219108 -

Beautifully kept classic Chris-Craft boat with custom trailer! Ready to fish the big waters!

If you are in the market for an antique and classic boat, look no further than this 1958 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff, just reduced to $14,900 (offers encouraged).

This boat is located in Monrovia, Indiana and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Chris-Craft engines that have 795 hours.

We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs [dot] com to learn more.

Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!

Reason for selling is not enough time and money to keep.

At Pop Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.

You have questions? We have answers. Call us at (213) 984-2628 to discuss this boat.

Selling your boat has never been easier. At Pop Yachts, we literally sell thousands of units every year all over the country. Call (855) 218-2805 and we'll get started selling your boat today.

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ConditionAs received from the seller: Restoration -- When acquired, she had multiple layers of bottom paint and side paint. This was a good thing, as this had preserved the wood on both areas. This was also bad because I had to remove all this paint while stripping down to bare wood. 7 years ago, I began the tedious effort of removing all that paint from the deck down. Once completed, I was amazed at the condition of the bottom, keel transom and sides. I was expecting to find some replacement areas but there were none. After sanding, and filling some minor nicks, using Smith Fill-It system, and re-fastening some screws, she was ready to start the finishing. After sanding and filling, Smith Seeping Epoxy (CPES) was applied on both sides and bottom, then a second application. This system is perfect for wood, as it seals all micro and small cracks and stress points. From here, Interprotect 2000 Epoxy Primer System was applied in two coats. The bottom then was finished with three coats of Pettit Anti-Foul Bronze paint. The lapstrake sides were then painted with high quality high gloss marine paint. The transom was taken down to the bare mahogany, re-stained with Chris Craft Interlux Stains, and then finished with 6 coats of Epifanes High Gloss UV Varnish. Recently, a fresh re-coat has been applied to all areas including 2 fresh coats of varnish on the transom.

Navigational Equipment - Navigation Lights

Mechanical - Oil Changing System (An "easy Oil Change System" Was Installed)

Electrical Systems - Number Of Batteries (2 - Batteries Are 2 Years Old)

Construction - Bottom Paint Antifouling

Deck Gear - Bimini
- Bow Rail
- Full Enclosure

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