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The Enthusiast: Fast Company

After a spring and early summer of admiring Rivas and Chris-Crafts at events from Lake Tahoe, Calif., to Venice, Italy, we took a closer look at the builders of classic and modern (but classically inspired) wooden boats…

Chris-Craft’s Retro Style Returns

Chris-Crafts have long held classic appeal, so it is no surprise to see the famed U.S. boatbuilder reintroducing on its latest design, the Carina 21, a hull design that it incorporated back in the 1920s. Specifically, this new 19-foot-7-inch bowrider (21 feet 2 inches if you count the swim platform) has a vertical bow, lending […]

Chris-Craft’s Cool Cruiser

Chris-Craft builds sport boats favored as both primary vessels and tenders. Not only do they look fast, they are fast. The Corsair 36 is the latest that will surely turn heads, not just because of the nearly 42-knot top speed, but also for Chris-Craft’s classic-meets-modern innovative amenities. At first glance, the cockpit seems best suited […]

Boating: In the Stars

John Paul Dejoria likes to hit the road in his 1957 Chevy Bel Air and ride the tracks in his private 1927 American Car and Foundry Company railcar. So when the owner of Paul Mitchell Hair Systems and the Patrón Spirits Company (see “The Robb Reader,” page 144) decided it was time for a boat, […]