Don and Jennifer Vogt of Seattle, Washington, own this 1938 Chris-Craft 17-foot Model 817, Double Cockpit Forward Deluxe Runabout named Jennifer II. The port of call for the boat is Hayden Lake, Idaho.
Dianne Shelly of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania, owns this 1949 Chris-Craft 14-foot Kit Boat named Li’l Bit whose port of call is Long Lake, New York.
Ken and Cindy Miller of Lavonia, Georgia, own this 1948 Chris-Craft 17-foot Deluxe Runabout named Had to Be.
Trey Bull of Fort Worth, Texas, owns this 1968 Chris-Craft 42-foot Commander named Classy Lady. The port of call for the boat is Eagle Mountain Lake, Fort Worth, Texas.
Bjorn Bakken of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, owns this 1940 Chris-Craft 17-foot Deluxe Barrelback.
Dave and Karen Dixon of Saratoga Springs, New York, own this 1960 Chris-Craft 23-foot Open Sea Skiff named Colombo II.
Desi and Lori Stelling purchased this 1958 Chris-Craft 17-foot Runabout named Rocky in 2012 from the original owner.
Steve and Louise Leslie of Mission, British Columbia, Canada, own this 1942 Chris-Craft 17-foot Special Runabout named Lulu Belle.
Paul Anderson of Los Altos, California, owns this 1938 Chris-Craft 25-foot Clipper named Klondike. The port of call for the boat is Lake Tahoe.
Mike DeLayo of Coconut Creek, Florida, owns this 1972 Chris-Craft 22-foot XK22 named Big Kahuna.