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22′ Chris Craft Sportsman

Yesterday is in a designated boathouse in Detroit, MI. A 2018 survey and additional photos are available upon request. Please inquire to learn more.

 

Builder: Chris Craft / Algonac, MI

Year Built: 1949

 

LOA: 22’

Beam: 7’ 3”

Draft: 20’

Displacement: 2,900 lbs

 

Power and Steering:

Engine: Single Chris Craft 158-hp marine gas engine

Serial # 14638

Model# ML

Shaft Type: Stainless steel

Shaft Size: 1.25”

Fuel System:

31 Gallon galvanized steel fuel tank

In-line fuel filter at engine

Steering:

Mechanical steering station at open cockpit with original enamel wheel

 

Construction:

Hull Shape: Hard chine, planning hull

Hull Construction: Single planked mahogany with battens

Hull Bottom Construction: Double planked marine plywood and mahogany planks

Fastenings: Stainless steel and silicon bronze

Frames: Mahogany and white oak

Stringers: Spruce or fir

Bulkheads: Marine plywood

Decks: Mahogany

Transom: Bright, solid mahogany planked with battens

 

Bilges:

Aft – No signs of water, no signs of oil

Mid – Signs of old water, no signs of oil

Fwd – Signs of old water, no signs of oil

Bilge Pumps:

Aft – 12 V Rule 500 GPH pump with auto/manual and float switches

FWD – 12 V Lovett 900 GPH pump with auto/manual switch

 

Canvas Covers/Tops:

White vinyl cover to boot stripe

 

Cockpit:

Engine box

Bright pine ceiling boards

 

Electrical Systems:

12 V Group-31 wetted lead acid battery in tray

Fused ship’s power system

 

Electronics:

Uniden Depth Sounder: Model # QT-206W

Chris Craft engine instruments include:

RPM

Water Temperature

Oil Pressure

Amps

Fuel

 

Exterior Appointment:

Decks:

Bright mahogany

Exterior Hull:

Bright mahogany

Seating Cushions:

Green vinyl helmsman and companion bench, front facing bench seat and engine box cushion cover

Trim:

Chrome trim

White waterline stripe

Green bottom paint

Bright mahogany transom

 

Through Hulls:

1 Bronze below the waterline valve

1 Transducer

 

Safety Equipment:

1 hand held type B-I USCG approved fire extinguisher

Dual trumpet air horn

Navigation lights

2 Type I USCG approved PDF’s

Ground Tackle:

13 lb Danforth anchor with approximately ½” x 100’ rode

Mooring Equipment:

5” Pennant lift eyes with guides at bow and stern

 

Accessories:

Ship’s ensign and staff

Ship’s burgee and staff

Original windshield

 

Price $27,900
Name Yesterday
Type Motor
Length 22 ft
Hull Material Wood
Designer Chris Craft
Classification Runabout

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