Chris-Craft has revealed the first-look at the all new Catalina 34. Set to premier at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in October, the Catalina 34 will be the largest model to join the Catalina series for Chris-Craft.
“We, at Chris-Craft, are proud to introduce our latest development and flagship in our Catalina series of centre console boats. The Catalina 34 was developed after high demand from hundreds of our Catalina owners. We have combined all of our dealer and customer comments to deliver a product that is sure to be a winner in its class,” says Jeff Ellis VP of sales and marketing.
At 34-foot and nearly 11-foot beam, she will be fully equipped with a variation of twin and triple engine combinations. The fuel capacity will be north of 300 gallons for long-range excursions.
The builder says there will be nothing traditional about the bow area of this boat compared to other centre consoles today. The seating and sunpad conversion for sun bathing will be a simple process to convert for whatever the occasion, boasting a double sun lounger with arm rests and drink holders.
In addition, the yacht offers 360 visibilities while navigating from the helm, which is equipped with the latest navigation gadgets from Garmin.
Below the forward helm seating and console are overnighting capabilities with a nicely appointed berth and very accommodating head.
The cockpit provides all the accommodations for a day of fishing or a day of cruising with friends and family, with hideaway seating and the ability to convert to a complete wrap around configuration comfortable at any speed.
The Catalina 34 will also have a full beam Sport Top with a Chris-Craft designed sunshade to offer protection from the sun and weather.