Chris Craft 350 Catalina Double Cabin

Price: $16,900

Brand: Chris Craft

Type: Powerboat

Year: 1974

Length: 35 ft.

Location: Port Clinton, OH

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1974 Chris Craft 350 Catalina Double Cabin

Broker’s comments:

Very nice well maintained and upgraded vessel. Newer Imron paint on topsides without a name. AC/heat. Newer full camper canvas. New water and holding tanks. Full swim platform. Eldebrock 1409 chrome carbs. Is kept in covered dock in summer season. Owner has too many toys, this one must go. 1974 Chris Craft 350 Catalina Double Cabin

The Chris Craft 350 Catalina is one of the most popular double-cabin cruisers produced in recent years. Her expansive interior accommodations are those of a much larger boat. She was built on a solid figerglass hull with moderate beam, high freeboard, and a relatively flat bottom. Outside, the helm is positioned just forward of the aft deck in a manner that allows the captain and guests to easily converse. Wide side decks make passage around the house easy and safe. Additional features include molded foredeck seating, a stall shower in the aft head compartment, good cabin headroom throughout, and a reasonably spacious engine room with good access to the motors.

35' Chris Craft 350 Catalina DC
Year: 1974
Located in: Port Clinton, OH
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 35 feet
Beam: 13' 1"
Draft: 2' 10"
Weight: 17229#
Headroom: 6' 4"
Clearance: 10' 8"
Hull Type: Modified-V

Fuel: 150 gallon
Water: 55 gallon
Holding: 50 gallon

Engine 1
Year: 1974
Type: Inboard
Location: Port
Maker: Chris Craft/Chevrolet
Model: 350 Q
Fuel: Gas
Transmission: Paragon
Power: 250.0 HP
Hours: 1200 Total / 850 rebuild

Engine 2
Year: 1974
Type: Inboard
Location: Starboard
Maker: Chris Craft/Chevrolet
Model: 350 Q
Fuel: Gas
Transmission: Paragon
Power: 250.0 HP
Hours: 1200 total / 650 rebuild

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Dave Regnet - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, Ohio


Phone: 419-202-0201

Dave Regnet learned to sail when he was 8 at summer camp on Lake Chautaugua. He returned 7 more summers because sailing (and teaching others to sail) became his passion. Dave grew up in Buffalo where he has been active in the Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club since the early 1980s. In 2007, Dave moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became active in the Lake Grapevine Sailing Club. Returning north in 2010, Dave and his wife, Rebecca, joined the St. Marys Boat Club located on Grand Lake St. Marys. He was club champion in 2017. Dave’s retirement from over 30 years in manufacturing, sales management, and plant operations allows him to pursue his passion for boating by adding value to buyers and sailors alike in the Sandusky area of Lake Erie.