At 34′ and nearly 11′ beam, the new Catalina 34 will be fully equipped with a variation of twin- and triple-engine combinations. The fuel capacity will be north of 300 US gallons for long-range excursions. Wherever your boating adventures take you, the Catalina 34 will get you there in comfort and style with confidence. Although the 34 Catalina will maintain Chris-Craft’s reputed cushy comfort levels, there will also be a few options cruisers and schmoozers will want to consider. You can get a “Summer Kitchen” in the leaning post, which adds an electric grill, pull-out refrigerator and freezer, and a sink. A generator and cabin air-conditioning is also on the wish-list.
If you ever get a chance to get aboard the Chris Craft Corsair 34, do not miss the opportunity. We took some time to explore this work of art, and realized that every moment spent on this Chris Craft boat was well worth the time. The Chris Craft Corsair 34 made its debut in 2012, and continues its winning streak even with the recent model launched in 2017. There are many boat lovers out there who would prefer ample space for entertaining and relaxing, instead of spacious berths. The Corsair 34 is a welcome change, as it is perfect for a day-cruise as well as an overnight excursion.