Chris Craft Launch 30 Walkthrough Video Review

Lenny Rudow walks through the Chris-Craft Launch 30, a classically beautiful runabout combined with a modern bowrider that’s built for leisurely cruises or heart-pounding watersports and tight, fast turns around the bay. Similar in appearance to the timeless wooden runabouts of the 1950’s this vessel is a re-imagined version of those popular models but with modern designs and new technology. There are 9 solid and two-tone color combinations to create a unique Launch 30 look for each boat, according to the owner’s preferences.

From both on and off the boat this stylish vessel oozes luxury and style. With generous fore and aft seating, she is the ideal day boat for picnicking and relaxing cruises with the family.

Powered by a thrust of horsepower and equipped with a larger fuel tank, the Launch 30 is made for extended cruising. At the stern is a wide platform with handy transom shower. At the helm you’ll find a a luxurious double-wide seat with beautiful gauges and full instrumentation. A head with sink, including a holding tank and dockside pumpout, is tucked below. The bow pit wraps several passengers in comfort.

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Written by: Ryan McVinney

C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, writer and producer. As an experienced boater he regularly produces and directs on-the-water video shoots for major boat manufacturers, yacht brokers and dealers, as well as independent film and media companies. He is president of the National Soho House Film Club with chapters in Miami, FL, Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA and regularly contributes content to YachtWorld, boats.com and Boat Trader.

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