Florida-based luxury yacht-maker Chris-Craft is showcasing its new flagship, the Catalina 34, during the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show currently taking place in the Sunshine State.
Not only is this new model the largest in its range, it also boasts impressive technical features, like the triple Mercury 300 hp Verado outboard engines and the dual 16-inch multi-touch Simrad NSO evo2 displays located at the helm. The 34-foot long vessel has a fuel capacity of 325 gallons, a 27-gallon holding tank, and a maximum engine output of 900 horsepower. For extra convenience, Catalina 34 offers straight walk-through from the swim platform, so owners will not have to move any seating. Among the many optional features, one of the more notable ones is the fact that you can add an entire summer kitchen to the boat, including a bank of drawers and storage shelves, a cutting board, electric grill with an inverter, a sink, and a pull-out refrigerator/freezer.
So wherever your adventures at sea might take you, you can rely on Chris-Craft’s Catalina 34 to get you there safely and in style.