******* This boat does not currently run, but has great bones and would be an amazing project*******
Chris-Craft is a legendary name in the world of power boats. The classic nameplate alone implies more than a century of evolutionary boating design. From classic woody speedsters and stately cabin cruisers to mahogany side boards, 1950s fins and snout-nosed stems, Chris-Craft has evolved through generations of radical styles and tastes. The company has set some trends and followed others, marketing to satisfy the boating masses. Chris-Craft is a survivor that has thrived through the years, and has built a reputation for reliability. Its latest line of family cruisers illustrates this. Under new OMC ownership, the company has completely retooled and restyled its fleet for 1991. The 302 Crowne just might be Chris-Craft’s hottest new boat. With an aerodynamic, molded look, wrap-around windshield and stylish, low maintenance features, this open express cruiser is a finely styled blend of gusto and comfort suited for growing families who enjoy a lot of activities on the water. On deck, the 302’s tiered integral transom is styled with a curvacious stern swim step. It is equipped with a hot and cold shower, swinging transom gate and fender sockets that double as scuba tank holders. A wrap-around sport lounge is just a few steps away, along with a table, wet bar, sink and ice box. The cockpit is framed overhead by a rakish radar arch. On the other side of the arch, the 302’s helm is sporty enough to fuel the performance fantasies of any driver. With its array of round, businesslike gauges that come with five year warranties, glossy laminate surfaces and designer-trimmed panels and sport steering wheel, the 302 also is a cruising weekend home. Equipped with twin 260 hp OMC Cobra 5.7 Liter stern drives.