- Pacific Northwest
Built in Algonac, Michigan, in 1961, and delivered to Staff Jennings Marina in Portland, Oregon, TAHOE is a 1962, 55' Chris Craft Constellation, hull #CAB-55-007. Hull material is mahogany, beam is 14' 9", LOA is 55’ 6” and draft is 3' 10". Tahoe is powered by two 275 HP 8V-71 Detroit Diesels and has a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Named TAHOE from the beginning, it is a Washoe Native American word meaning “big water.” TAHOE has been a resident of Portage Bay since early days in Portland and served as a fishing charter out of Westport. Guests are comfortably accommodated in three staterooms and three heads and there is ample deck space for entertaining. A fine example of mid-century design and Chris Craft classic craftsmanship, TAHOE has always been meticulously cared for and maintained. The pride of ownership is evident in the original finish work throughout.
Twin 275 HP 8V-71 Detroit Diesels