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No Regrets 42' Chris-Craft 427 Catalina 1989

$ 84,900

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Professional Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


  • Price USD:$ 84,900
  • Builder:


  • Model:

    427 Catalina

  • Year:


  • Location:

    Madeira Beach, Florida, United States

  • Type:

    Power Yacht

  • LOA: 42 ft in
  • Display Length: 42 ft
  • Beam: 14' 9"
  • Yacht Category

    Aft Cabin

  • Water Capacity: 160 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 600 gals
  • Engine Details: Catapillar 3208 TA's
  • Engine 1: 1989 2300.00 HRS 375.00 HP
  • Engine 2: 1989 2300.00 HRS 375.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Days on Market:

1989 Chris Craft 427 Catalina 

"No Regrets"

Updated Photos 2/2023

Powered by twin Caterpillar 3208 TA's


The Chris Craft 427 Catalina "No Regrets" is incredibly spacious that's set up perfectly as a live-aboard or floating condo between destinations and extended cruising. With an incredibly wide beam with 14?9" beam and the double stateroom layout is ideal with walk-around queen beds in each and en-suite heads. The main salon/galley area is set up for entertaining with a full-size fridge and dinette. Topside is whole additional living space with the covered aft deck and spacious bridge deck. The hull design & stable platform precede her reputation as a with her modified V hull and ultra-reliable twin diesel Caterpillar 3208 TA's engines. "NO Regrets" is in great shape and ready for her new owners.

"No Regrets" is a two-owner boat with her current owners having owned and cruised her extensively since 2000. During their 21'sh years of ownership, she cruised extensively through the coastal waters of Florida. She would routinely be found for months at a time in Jacksonville, The Florida Keys, Marco Island or somewhere in the greater Tampabay Area exercising her legs, leading cruising clubs for some of the Greater bay area yacht Club, cruising clubs.

This Chris Craft 427 Catalina will tell her story with very descriptive maintenance/ running log books that tells a story worthy of any seafaring vessel with a nautical history to boot.

She has recently undergone an extensive evaluation & maintenance inspection by highly regarded local Diesel Marine Mechanic.  Recommendations and service was completed.

6/30/2022 she was delivered to Sailor's Wharf and is having her bottom inspected & painted. **Photos to come.

Recent updates & Service to name a few but not limited to:

Engine Service:

  • New Start Batteries (2)
  • Engine oil & Filters 
  • Fuel Filters
  • Raw Water pump impellers
  • Heat Exchangers were removed & De-Scaled
  • Transmission Heat Exchangers removed & cleaned
  • Cooling System Flush


  • Generator Battery replaced
  • Oil & Filters Changed
  • Fuel Filters

General Maintenance/Repairs:

  • Holding Tank Macerator Pump replaced
  • Garmin GPS (MFD)
  • Bottom Paint 7/2022
  • All Thru-Hulls valves replaced and excericized 7/2022
  • Full Buff & Wax from the Waterline to Rubrail 7/2022
  • Buff & Wax Waterline up has been scheduled (September 2022)
  • Helm Station Vinyl Bimini & Eisenglass Replaced (July 2022)

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  • Cruisair Air Conditioning System
  • Large Opening Port and Starboard Windows
  • Double Layered Blinds  for Side Windows
  • Large Forward Windshields with Exterior Cover
  • Large Convertible Sofa (Sleeps 2)
  • Table
  • 2 Setting Chairs (Leather w/ 1 foot rest (storage)
  • Indirect Lighting
  • Starboard Storage Cabinets
  • Port and Starboard Counter Tops
  • 110v Outlets


  • Directional Overhead Lighting
  • 110v Outlets
  • Dual Circular Stainless Steel Sinks with a single Custom Cutting Board Cover
  • Designer Faucet with Pullout
  • Countertop Lighting
  • Storage Above and Below Counter
  • Galley Maid Empress (3) Burner Electric Range with Oven
  • Samsung Microwave Oven
  • Large Americana Refrigerator Freezer Combo
  • Parquet Flooring
  • Additional Storage in Floor
  • Large U-Shaped Convertible Dinette with Storage Below
  • Large Locker above Dinette to Port

Aft Master Stateroom

  • Centerline Queen Berth
  • Two Reading Lights
  • Opening Windows and Portlights
  • MermaidAir Systems Air Conditioning with Digital Control (2007)
  • Ample Drawer Storage Lockers
  • Dual Wardrobe Lockers
  • Storage Shelves Port and Starboard
  • Port Vanity:
  • Mirrored Lockers
  • Lighting
  • Wicker Stool

Master ensuite Head

  • Tecma Electric Freshwater Head
  • Mirrored Bulkhead
  • Mirrored Medicine Locker
  • Counter top with sink and Faucet
  • Storage Below Counter
  • Large Tub Shower with Curtain
  • Overhead Lighting
  • 110v Outlet

Forward VIP Stateroom

  • Island Queen Berth with Storage Below
  • MermaidAir Systems Air Conditioning with Digital Control (2005)
  • Opening Overhead Hatch
  • Two Opening Port Lights
  • Wardrobe Locker
  • Two Reading Lights
  • Storage Shelves Port and Starboard
  • 110v Outlets
  • Starboard Wash Area:
  • Counter top with sink and Faucet
  • Storage Below Counter
  • Mirrored Medicine Locker
  • Overhead Lighting

VIP Private ensuite Head with Shower

  • Vacuflush Head
  • Shower Wand
  • Shower Curtain
  • Storage Shelf

Electronics and Helm Details

  • Garmin GPSmap 4212 GPS/Chart Plotter
  • Raymarine RL80C Radar/Chart Plotter
  • Raymarine Open Array Radar
  • Autohelm 7000 Auto Pilot with Rudder Angle Indicator
  • Raymarine ST40 Depth Display
  • Standard Horizon Explorer Marine VHF with GPS
  • Standard Horizon Ram3 Remote Mic
  • Morse Shift and Throttle Controls
  • Bennett Trim Tabs
  • Full Engine Instrumentation
  • Danforth Lighted Compass
  • Remote Spot Light Control
  • Sea Star Hydraulic Steering with Stainless Steel Wheel


  • Custom Rigid Bimini Top with isinglass Windshield
  • Dual Captain Helm Chairs
  • Forward Bench Seating with Storage Below
  • Storage Locker Forward in Brow
  • Storage Under Helm


  • Onan 8KW Generator, 2160 hours
  • Main Electrical Panel Located in Salon, near Aft Stateroom
  • Dual 30amp Shore Power Service with 50ft Cords
  • Xantrex Battery Charger, Display at Electrical Panel
  • (2) 8D Batteries
  • (1) Group 27 Battery


  • Stainless Steel Bow Rail with Entries Port and Starboard
  • Fender Rack for Two Fenders
  • (6) Stainless Steel Cleats, (2) Bow, (2) Spring, (2) Aft
  • Rub Rail with Stainless Steel Insert
  • Stainless Steel Grab Rails on Flybridge Exterior
  • Maxwell Windlass with Deck Controls
  • Bow Pulpit with Anchor and Roller
  • Dock Box on Bow


  • Electrical Davit mounted on Aft Hardtop (Stbd)
  • Aft Hardtop with Overhead Lighting
  • Teak Cap Rail
  • Aft Lower Plexiglass Enclosure
  • Three Wicker Chairs
  • Coffee table with Storage
  • Wet Bar with Sink and Ice Maker (Inoperable)
  • Storage Lockers Above and Below Wet Bar
  • Port and Starboard Rod Holders
  • Aft Stairway with Swim platform

Swim Platform

  • Fiberglass Platform
  • Fold Down Swim Ladder
  • Dinghy Latches
  • Shore Water Hook Up

Engine and Mechanical Details

  • A/C Sea Strainer with Flush out Top
  • Generator Sea Strainer
  • Two Recent Groco Main Engine Sea Strainers
  • Generator Racor Fuel Filter Forward
  • Main Engine Racor Fuel Filters Port/Aft with Fuel Manifold System
  • Halon System
  • Bilge Pumps

The Chris Craft 427 Catalina Double Cabin is a safe and strong family yacht. The Catalina is also a traditional yacht: wide beamed and seakindly, with enough room for the whole clan to cruise comfortably. The Catalina line features the use of finished red oak on all interior surfaces.

Chris-Craft Catalina History:

The Chris 425/426/427 Catalina began life in 1971 as the Uniflite 42 Double Cabin. She turned out to be one of Uniflite?s most popular boats and earned a reputation for sturdy construction and a practical, well-arranged interior. In 1984, Uniflite ceased operations when the company went bankrupt. Chris Craft bought the molds (as well as the old Uniflite production facility in Bellingham, WA) and resumed production of this model the following year, calling her the Chris 425 Catalina Double Cabin. While she looked exactly like the old Uniflite from the outside, the Catalina had a fresh interior layout with walkaround queen berths fore and aft?something the Uniflite 42 never had during her production years. The 425 designation lasted only a year; in 1986 she was called the 426 Catalina and benefited from a restyled and enlarged flybridge. The 427 designation came in 1987 and there were no further updates of significance. With standard 350hp Crusader gas engines, the cruising speed of the Catalina is 17?18 knots (mid 20s wide open). Optional 375hp Cat diesels cruise at 21?22 knots and reach a top speed in the mid 20s.


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