We extend to you a cordial "WELCOME ABOARD !" Come on in, make yourself at home, we are a friendly group of enthusiasts, and we also appreciate the classic Chris Craft Roamer, Corsair, and Lancer boats too , as they are all on the same family tree and share much in common ! Just start by posting a note introducing yourself to the group, that's all it takes here (we don't ask for or retain any personal information here, because our intention is to just "have fun and share information".
Just a line as I purchased the 1966 ( fiberglass) Sea Skiff from Jack on August 12, 2008. I have been looking at the information you sent him. I looked at my hull after reading your note that your are working on the 20 footer. My 18 footer has hull number GUAZ 18 0004. I assume by this number that I have the 4th boat produced in 1966? The pictures you posted give me an excellent information on the exterior restoration but I need some help witht the actual look of the interior. Do you have any interior information. I know the floor is a beaded white wood which I do not like and I want to install a new Teak floor. Will this effect the value of the boat not being original? I am looking so forward to total restoration of this boat. When I was 16 I use to hang out at Hundly Boat Company on Lake Dallas and admire the Chris Craft Boats and always said some day, I would have me one. Any informnation you might have would be of great value. I am going to enjoy my membership in the Chris Craft Antique Club. I don't like to change a boats name so have modified it somewhat. It was named Christy II it will now be " MY CHRISTY TOO"