Chris-Craft to Unveil New Flagship

The Catalina 34 will debut at Fort Lauderdale with a Simrad navigation system.

Chris-Craft Catalina 34

The boat’s navigation system includes dual 16-inch multitouch NSO evo2 displays at the helm. Courtesy Chris-Craft

Chris-Craft is planning to unveil the new flagship of its Catalina range, the center-console Catalina 34, at this week’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Simrad officials will also be on hand to demonstrate features of the boat’s navigation system, which includes dual 16-inch multitouch NSO evo2 displays at the helm.
The Catalina 34 is powered by triple 300-horsepower Mercury Verado outboard engines. Fuel capacity is more than 300 gallons, making cruises possible from Florida to the Bahamas, or from New York to Martha’s Vineyard.

“The Catalina 34 was developed after high demand from hundreds of our Catalina owners,” Jeff Ellis, vice president of sales and marketing, stated in a press release. “We have combined all of our customer and dealer comments to deliver a product that is sure to be a winner in its class.”


If you can’t make it to Fort Lauderdale , you can learn more about the Catalina 34 at


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