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The Chris Craft 36 Corsair is a throwback to the days when mahogany Chris Craft commuter boats and runabouts characterized the boating lifestyle just after the Second World War. The demand for wooden boats may be goneChris Craft continued building wood boats well into the 1960sbut there are plenty of boating enthusiasts, especially those with a few years under their belts, who grow nostalgic when they see one of these new-generation Chris Craft boats with their retro styling and immaculate craftsmanship. Indeed, the 36 Corsair seems to exist just to stop traffic at the dock. With her graceful lines (note the transom tumblehome), posh cockpit seating, and teak trim theres little to compete with her when it comes to sheer eye appeal. Beneath the stunning exterior lies a luxurious twin-cabin interior that takes cruising style and elegance to the next level. Finished with solid cherry joinery, Ultraleather seating and designer galley appliances, the accommodations include a private midcabin stateroom, convertible dinette forward, full-service galley, and a large head with separate stall shower. Volvo 420hp gas I/Os cruise at 2426 knots (35 knots top).