A legend in American boat building, Chris-Craft introduced a revolutionary new type of boat which was the Queen of their
1929 fleet. The 38-Commuting Cruiser was their first standardized cruiser, a boat type the company would soon become known for.
The beautiful mahogany boat featured an open front cockpit, elegant commanding bridge and open rear cockpit. The luxurious cabin
included sleeping accommodations for four, a galley and a private lavatory. The boat represented Chris-Craft's crowning
achievement for the decade of the roaring twenties.