When the decision was made to go ahead, however, it was still a matter of dollars and cents. "Stephen Julius and I could easily design a boat that nobody could afford," says Peters. Bob Greenberg, Chris-Craft's VP of operations, made the numbers work without compromising the upscale concept. The proof of the pudding is that the 33 and 36, while relatively affordable, are being purchased by a lot of people who can afford anything they wish. In fact, both boats have found their place as tenders on 200-foot-plus megayachts.