United States-based Chris-Craft is gearing up to debut their new Catalina 34 yacht at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show tomorrow morning, which will give the company the opportunity to chat about how their new flagship of the Catalina range utilizes the industry's top technology. Not only will the Catalina 34 be the biggest in the range, it will also be powered by "triple Mercury 300 HP Verado outboard engines along with dual 16-inch multi-touch Simrad NSO evo2 displays at the helm."
At a length of 34 feet, the vessel has a fuel capacity of 325 gallons, a 27-gallon holding tank, and a maximum horsepower of 900. Among the many standard features, the Catalina features straight walk-thru access from the swim platform so you don't have to move any seating. Though there are many different optional perks you can choose from, we love that you can add a summer kitchen to the boat, which includes a bank of drawers and storage shelves, a cutting board, electric grill with an inverter, a sink, and a pull-out refrigerator/freezer.
"We, at Chris-Craft, are proud to introduce our latest development and flagship in our Catalina series of Center Console boats. The Catalina 34 was developed after high demand from hundreds of our Catalina owners. We have combined all of our customer and dealer comments to deliver a product that is sure to be a winner in its class," says Jeff Ellis, VP of Sales and Marketing at Chris-Craft.