Chris Craft 333 Sedan

Length
33'
Year
1985
Fuel type
Gas
Hull material
Fiberglass

Chris Craft 333 Sedan

1985 Chris Craft 333 Sedan

Engines:  Twin MerCruiser 454 Gas Inboard with 990 Hours

Dock Slip is Transferable to New Owner at Minnesota Slip

Full Tank of Gas

With a deep-V hull, this Chris Craft 333 Sedan is a traditional flybridge cruiser with a distinctive profile and an open cabin layout.  Constructed of solid fiberglass, and a relatively wide beam creates a roomy interior with berths for six and good headroom throughout.  The floorplan of the Chris 333 is arranged with the galley and dinette forward, a few steps down from the salon.  A lower helm was standard, and a double berth is found in the single stateroom.  Topside, the flybridge will seat three on a single bench seat.  She is a good rough-water performer

Professionally Maintained

Waxed and Varnished Yearly

Air Conditioning

Generator (newer)

Radar

Loran

Depth Finder

Refrigerator/Freezer (newer)

Head/Shower

Givens Life Raft

Downriggers

Outriggers

Bimini Top

Canvas Off Season Storage Cover

Jack Stands/Cradle

Engines
Engine Brand MerCruiser
Engine Model 454
Engine/fuel type Gas
Engine Brand MerCruiser
Engine Model 454
Engine/fuel type Gas
Dimensions
Length 33'
Beam 12'1"
Boat draft 2'9"
Performance
Tanks
Fresh water tanks 50 Gallons
Fuel tanks 250 Gallons

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