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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $99,900
  • Power / Antique and Classics
  • Chris Craft / Motor Yacht
  • 1957 / Used
  • 56' / 14'11"
  • 1978 Cummins 1978 V-555
  • 1978 Cummins 1978 V-555
  • 230 hp
  • 900 hrs
  • Diesel

Antique and Classics 1957 Chris Craft Motor Yacht listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates, Inc. (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $99,900
  • Powered by twin Cummins 1978 V-555 / 230 hp / 900 hrs
  • Off Market since Feb 26th 2015

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If you are looking for a rare boat that turns heads, this is it.

Christened Queen of the Fleet as the flagship of the 1957 Chris Craft Salon Model, one of seven made, the M/V Mary Kathryn is hull number #5. Hand built by the skilled shipwrights in Algonac Michigan, she is a true classic collectible in every sense and sure to turns heads at any marina or yacht club. Built for elegant entertaining (her sister ship was reportedly once owned by Dean Martin) she has a spacious windowed salon and covered aft deck. From her days as a dinner cruiser she has a viking stove in her upgraded galley and a 66 key Tom Thumb piano (optional) in the salon. Price reduced!

57' Chris Craft Overview

M/V Mary Kathryn has a large salon, with a 66 key Tom Thumb piano (optional), a spacious covered aft deck for relaxation, entertaining or dining, master state room, guest room and crew quarters with three upgraded heads and a galley redesigned (Viking stove and full size refrigerator) for her one time service as a dinner cruiser. She has numerous upgrades from her past two owners and she just had all hull concerns restored from keel to deck rail. Mary Kathryn is powered by two 230 hp 1978 Cummins V-555 diesels with less than 900 hrs of service.

Her structural work was recently restored, summer of 2013, she needs only cosmetics to be a prize winner at your favorite antique and classic boat show. With potential as a charter, a floating BB, an elegant condo or simply a prestigious historic motor cruiser for the skipper who prefers distinction in yachts.

Mary Kathryn has had her engines and electrical systems professionally maintained and is ready for your inspection. M/V Mary Kathryn has been and is housed in a covered shed out of the sun in Galesville, MD. Refined and tasteful this elegant Solon Yacht speaks of a bygone era of historic Chris Craft design and classic wooden craftsmanship.

57' Chris Craft Accommodations

M/V Mary Kathryn has three staterooms

There are seven berths in total

Forward is the crew quarter with two bunk beds to starboard

Port side, midship aft of the engine room is the VIP stateroom

The VIP has 2x full size twin beds

The master stateroom, full width in the stern, has one double and one twin berth

There are three heads on board, one for each stateroom and two showers

Both the VIP and Master heads are electric Vacu flush.

Crew head is a Jabsco manual pump w/fresh water plumbing

57' Chris Craft Electronics

JRC Radar 1800 color and chartplotter

Uniden UM 625c fix mount VHF

Handheld Uniden WHAMx4

Shakespeare 3200 Antenna

SS Ratchet mount

Ray L365 Fishfinder

57' Chris Craft Engine/Mechanical Equipment

2x Cummins Marine V-555 (Triple Nickels)

Each engine has approxiatley 900 hours running time

HP: 230 each

Both main engines have block heaters

Generator: 6KW Westerbeke

Model 6.0-614 AMPS 52/26 Volts 115/230

Battery chargers: 32 Volt Newmar - Phase three, 12 Volt Victron Centaur 12V 40 AMP

57' Chris Craft Safety & Deck Equipment

Automatic Fireboy extinguishers installed in 2009

Additional fire extinguishers; Galley, engine room, hallway and bridge

Windlass 150 ft of 3'4 line and 12 ft of chain rode

Anchors: 75 LB Plow anchor, 60 LB Danforth

Several hundred feet of reserve anchor line in the Lazerate

USCG: Required equipment

57' Chris Craft Recent Yard Work-2013

During the summer of 2013 the bottom and hull from the keel to deck rail was replaced and/or refastened and then repainted with five coats of paint. Structurally, the owner believes her to be as sound as ever, she is ready for a summer of cruising. Her engines were replaced in the early 80's and have 900 hours on them. Both engines have completed regularly scheduled maintenance.

All of the items listed below were completed and installed new since 2011.

Salon window screens

Upgraded new HVAC for the salon - Cruise Air

Added new hot water heat-exchanger off generator

Fresh water feed to Master, guest and crew head

Hose and pump to crew quarter head

Vacu flush, hoses and mascerator master and guest heads

Holding tank fill level

10 Port light screens

Audio TV systems w/surround sound speakers

Winch dingy lift

Canvas, on windshield bow seat and bow doghouse

2x DC and 2x AC bilge pumps

Replaced both transmission/gear coolers

32 Volt batteries

32 Volt charger replaced with upgrade

57' Chris Craft Electrical & Structural Upgrades-2013

ELECTRICAL

DC Main panel

AC Main panel

DC Battery switches

4x 8 volt batteries

Galvanic Isolator

STRUCTURAL

Stern corner posts

Backing posts; rudder and struts

Lazarette deck repair

Transom aft ribs

Aft deck door jams, port and starboard

57' Chris Craft Exclusions

66 key Tom Thumb Piano

Captains chair (an antique)

Wood relief carving in the master state room

The Dingy

57' Chris Craft Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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