National Geographic : 1930 Feb
rt$1- t' ' 1- O0 NIMBLE and fast is this roomy 38-foot commuting cruiser that it will take you in a few minutes completely away from feverish business, boresome folk and congested highways. A spacious cabin encloses you in tasteful luxury. You may eat, sleep or just loaf aboard in complete privacy. The ship is completely found; being provided with dishes, linen, silver, cooking utensils, stove, refrigerator and sleeping equipment . . . You may en tertain distinguished guests or carry friends in approved fashion to club, regatta or social affair. Chris-Crafting is now the vogue in ex clusive entertainment . . . Commuting from home to business is a de light in this 30-mile an hour, seaworthy, streamline Chris-Craft ... Open forward cockpit, luxurious cabin, bridge and rear cockpit offer variety for all moods. Big ship performance permits fast travel in heavy seas. Let the Chris-Craft merchant show you how Chris-Craft ownership opens nature's door for fast water travel, recreation, ex ploring, fishing, entertaining--real health and pleasure. The 24 Chris-Craft 1930 models; runabouts, Sedans, commuters, cruisers, yachts--all explained in a new illustrated catalog Wor's Largest Builders of ... Chris Smith & Sons Boat Company, Aorld's La otort Buildats 762 Detroit oad, Algonac, ichigan. All-Mahogany Motor Boats 762 Detroit Road, Algonac, Michigan. i "I"'