- Pacific Northwest
As a 32-ton twin-diesel Chris-Craft Constellation, Luxuria is a classic mid-century cruiser designed for comfort and extended cruising. She was constructed in Alganoc, MI in 1964 by Chris-Craft for Rex Marine Center, Connecticut’s first Chris-Craft dealer. Alvin Levy, her first owner, bought in 1965. Her New York moorage transitioned to Seattle in 1979 where she was later purchased by Mike Schultz and Steven Sanford in 2010. Starting with the interior, they began renovating the vessel with an emphasis on highlighting her classic teak and mahogany construction. .
46', 50’ LOA
3’ - 2"
White oak frame covered in Honduras mahogany with teak decking and fiberglass superstructure.
Fresh Water Tank
|Twin Diesel Cummins V-8 300M, 600HP total
|Upper and lower helm with two hydraulic steering stations, three depth sounders, two navigation map plotters, two Garmin GPS units, two VHF radios, 48 mile radar and remote anchor windlass.|
|Electrical||Diesel Westerbebe 12.5kw generator, two 30-amp shore power service outlets and Chicago electric 700 watt power DC to AC inverter.|
|Heating System||Red Dot hot water circulating system and AC electrical heaters.|
|Configuration||Two staterooms (fore and aft), two heads with shower, salon, galley, dinette, pilot house, flybridge, aft lazarette and mid-ship engine room below salon.|