Chris-Craft Corsair 28 Heritage Edition

Chris II

EUR 65.000,-
inkl. MwSt.
  • Motorboote
  • Motoryacht
  • Chris-Craft Corsair 28 Heritage Edition
  • Chris II
  • Gebrauchtboot
  • 2007
  • 9,00 m
  • 3,05 m
  • 0,85 m
  • 4432 kg
  • 1
  • 2
  • 2x Volvo Penta 5.7 GI 280hp
  • Bleifrei
  • 568 l
  • 310 h


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Fabulous ?Heritage Edition? version of the iconic Chris-Craft Corsair 28. Well-optioned and with low hours on her recently serviced engines. EU VAT paid, CE marked and 100% ready to go.


This fully-equipped and extremely well-maintained Chris-Craft Corsair 28 ?Heritage Edition? looks absolutely timeless thanks to her sparkling dark-painted topsides, deep V-hull, pronounced trademark bow flair and aft tumblehome.

Sourced by her current owner in the US in 2012, she was shipped to Europe, where her EU VAT was paid and her CE Certification completed. After arrival, she benefitted from fresh topsides paint and since then, she has been lovingly maintained, storage ashore every year and with annual servicing to her low-hours-run Volvo Penta GI inboard engines.

Her specification highlights include:
CE marked to category C
Volvo Penta 5.7 GI V8 petrol engine with very low hours run
Sterndrives and approx 44 knot performance potential
Dark green topsides ? resprayed 2012
Heritage Edition extras including teak cabin and cockpit doors, teak cockpit and entry steps, teak covering boards (full teak deck rails), teak handrails on foredeck, and teak swim platform.
Cockpit galley package with fridge and sink.
CD stereo
Optional heads with holding tank
Pressurised fresh water supply
Recently replaced batteries
Tonneau cover
Garmin EchoMap GPS chart plotter with sonar
220vAC shore power supply with battery charger

EU VAT paid, fully CE-marked and beautifully presented, CHRIS II is ready for her next owner. With a trailerable weight of approx 3,684kgs, she is also easily transported.


The Corsair 28 perfectly balances beauty, comfort and performance. The long, low, covered foredeck enhances the driver?s vision, while providing a spacious, bright berth tucked below. Within its deceptively trim shape, the Corsair easily accommodates 10 people for day trips or weekend adventures. And with exhilarating horsepower, it arrives in sophisticated style ? quickly.


Crafted with the same passion and dedication as they were 146 years ago, Chris-Craft boats continue to speak to boat enthusiasts everywhere. Whether it?s an open bow ideal for socializing, or a larger cruiser with a cabin for extended excursions, every inch of every boat we build is carefully considered.

Since the beginning, Christopher Smith crafted the boats that dreams are made of. Chris-Craft boats became the cultural icons that gave people a new freedom to explore the clear waters of local lakes and distant shores. And they were built with the values and benefits that defined our country and our way of life. More than any other brand, they were responsible for America?s romance with boats ? and ultimately, for redefining boating pleasure for generations of people everywhere.

The name Chris-Craft has always been synonymous with quality, and it?s not hard to see why. Whether we?re designing a 21-foot runabout, or a 38-foot cruiser, all of our boats are crafted with painstaking detail by the most skilled carpenters, cabinetmakers, joiners and artisans in the business. It?s what ensures that your boat will be perfect ? and unlike any other on the water.


The wakes from an oncoming trawler were rolling toward us, giving me about 2.5 seconds to make a decision. The maneuver on a center console would be to meet the wake, quarter it and charge on. But in the Rolls-Royce of runabouts, there?s a temptation, given enough water, to change course enough to avoid the wake ? you wouldn?t hum over speed bumps in that Rolls, right? For this exercise, though, I treated the Corsair 28 as you would a burgee-less, workmanlike cuddy. The head-on wakes came...and went, with just a tappety tap on the hull. So, I spun around and did it again from a following sea. This is not how you?re supposed to treat a Chris-Craft, is it?

We typically spend so much time ogling the art of a model like the Corsair 28 that we nearly lose sight of how and why it?s built ? namely, to go boating. During our test, punctuated with atypical maneuvers like hardover turns and wake plowing, none of the four passengers reached for the safety rails, which themselves are yachtishly elliptical. The maneuvers at the helm didn?t even disturb the conversation in the cockpit. The mass of the cabin?s foredeck helps a bit with weight distribution, and insulation blown into the hull and deck is credited for quieting the ride. But contrary to many perceptions, Chris-Craft builds its Corsairs to muscle up. It isn?t about being the lightest or quickest 28-footer, though 56 mph was a nice clip in our test. The idea is to use copious amounts of top-end material to give the boat a heavy and firm feel. This makes it comfortable and elegant, and not just in calm harbors.

Still, after busting up the bay, I felt like asking for a white fleece towel to spiff up the gel and teak. To own this boat you have to enjoy wiping and buffing, the same type of finicky attitude used in the construction process. I could tell with one look at the screws on the hinges ? all turned, or ?clocked,? to line up with each other. A close inspection uncovered additional meticulousness on a rare level.

Boating Magazine ? September 2010


RCD Status:
Our understanding is that the vessel complies with the European Union Recreational Craft Directive and is categorised CE - C

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
GRP deep V hull
Vinylester resin barrier coat
Dark (Willow) topsides with red waterline stripe ? resprayed 2012
Deck & superstructure GRP
Teak laid side decks and central forward coachroof
Teak laid cockpit
Stainless steel capped rub rail
White antifouling


Engine & gearbox:
2 x Volvo Penta 5.7 GI V8 petrol inboard engines producing approx 280hp
Volvo Penta sterndrive units
Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intakes and heat exchangers
Electronic throttle/gear selectors

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine hours: approx. 311 as of Summer 2020
Last date of engine service: June 2020
Cruising speed: approx 20 knots
Maximum speed: approx 44 knots

Steering and Propulsion:
Duoprop propulsions system with counter-rotating propellers
Hydraulic power steering
Hydraulic trim tabs


Voltage systems:
12v DC primary domestic system with 220vAC via shorepower

Battery Banks:
3 x Exide Premium EA95 95Ah batteries ? 2018
VSR ? voltage sensitive relay

220vAC battery charger

Engine mounted alternators

Shore Power:
220vAC shorepower connection

Other Electrical:
12vDC socket in cockpit


Fresh Water:
Water is pressurised by 12v high-pressure pump system

Bilge Pumps:
12vDC electric automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump in cockpit


568 litres fuel tank capacity

Fresh Water:
132 litres water tank capacity

Holding Tanks:
38 litre blackwater holding tank with deck extraction

Garmin EchoMap GPS chart plotter with echosounder
Steering compass at helm


Sink with cold fresh water tap
Isotherm Compact refrigerator

Thetford WC

Halogen deckhead lights throughout

Kenwood CD/Radio with cockpit speakers
2 Speakers


Description of Accommodation from Forward:
2 berths in v-berth arrangement in forward cabin
Hanging locker with built-in storage
Occasional WC positioned in locker between berths

Accommodation Finish:
Teak trim interior
GRP sole
Cloth bunk upholstery


Stainless steel windshield frame with tempered glass windshield
Anchor hatch with teak and stainless steel inlay
Foredeck anchor locker
Cockpit seating with L-shaped settee
Helm and companion seats with bolsters
Self-draining cockpit
Transom shower
Bathing platform

Anchoring & Mooring:
Stainless steel anchor.
Electric anchor windlass

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
All cushions finished in beige leather.
Blue canvas full cockpit tonneau cover.


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation lights
Automatic fire extinguisher system in machinery space

Lying Hanko, Finland

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Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead broker: Jonas Renlund ? Grabau international ( Scandinavia)
Tel: +358 408098688

Grabau International Limited

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