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This page contains images scanned from various Chrysler advertisements and articles on Chrysler Boats.

Thanks go to David Kain, who maintains the Chrysler Crew Website. He managed to find a "new" brochure from the 1970's which contained ads for the Man-O-War, Musketeer, Buccaneer, Mutineer, and an original pricing sheet. Please visit his website @ http://www.chryslercrew.com/.

Thanks go to Sanford and Val Gentry, who sail their C-26 in Indiana. Much of the initial information, drawings and pictures contained in this page were borrowed from their site and modified herein.

Thanks go to Al McMillan for scanning and sending images of color ads from a 1970's era Sail magazine. Al sails on Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Thanks go to Ron and Sue Hatton for the photograph of a late 1970's advertisement found in SAIL magazine for the C-26.

The color brochures are circa 1977, and were contributed by Stephan Nolan, who sails his Buccaneer on Lake Texoma, Oklahoma. Thanks, Stephan!

Thanks go to Dan Bowen for scanning and sending the LS-13 and LS-16 Lone Star pamphlets.

The black & white ads were scanned and sent by Dan Kehoe, who sails in Missouri.

Thanks go to Jim Kaza, who sails his C-26 in Michigan for sending in a copy of an article from Trailer Boats Magazine on the Chrysler 26.

Thanks go to Kenneth Miner for scanning and sending the Value Inspection Program (VIP) Letter he received along with his 1977 Chrysler 26.

In order to keep the bandwidth down to a manageable level, these images were not loaded directly onto this page. Instead, the following section provides links to these images. To view each of image, simply click on the camera next to each picture's description. To get back to this page, simply click the "back" button on your browser.


Color Advertisements

Chrysler Cruising Sailboats Advertisment

Chrysler C-20 Advertisment

Chrysler C-22 Advertisment

Chrysler C-22 Advertisement

Chrysler C-22 Specifications

Chrysler C-26 Advertisment

Chrysler C-26 Ad Photo

Another Chrysler C-26 Ad Photo

Chrysler Specifications for C-20, C-22, & C-26

Chrysler Value Inspection Program (VIP) Letter for a C-26


"New" Color Brochures

Chrysler 15 "Mutineer" Brochure Page

Chrysler 15 "Man-O-War" Brochure Page

Chrysler 16 "Musketeer" Catamaran Brochure Page

Chrysler 18 "Buccaneer" Brochure Page

Chrysler Sailboat Prices Brochure Page


Color Brochures

Chrysler 13 "Barracuda" Brochure Page accompanying description

Chrysler LS-13 "Lone Star" Brochure Page accompanying description

Chrysler 15 "Man-O-War" Brochure Page accompanying description

Chrysler LS-16 "Lone Star" Brochure Page accompanying description


Black & White Advertisements

This is a b/w photo of a C-22 from a sales brochure

Another b/w photo of a C-22 from a sales brochure

Another b/w photo of a C-22 from a sales brochure

Another b/w photo of a C-22 from a sales brochure

Here's a b/w photo of a C-26 from a sales brochure

Another b/w photo of a C-26 from a sales brochure


Articles

new!Chrysler 26 Article from Trailer Boats Magazine


Chrysler 26 Sales Literature

Chrysler Boat Corporation (1978) "Slip into 26 feet of solid, offshore comfort to go for a family cruise or lead the fleet around regatta buoys. Take the helm of this trailerable, new Chrysler and feel how terrifically stable, yet instantly responsive she is. Shes ready to help you make your escape with main, genoa, rigging, running gear all standard in her self-bailing cockpit and spacious cabin theres extra elbow room, storage room and 6ft. standing headroom. She sleeps 6 on full, deep-cushioned, 6ft 3in. berths; offers real live-aboard luxury with dinette table, deluxe cabin trim, enclosed head area, and color coordinated style. She has comfort, convenience options galore. Eight windows and two hatches make her bright and airy. A smooth main cabin liner makes her a breeze to maintain. She's available with easy-trailering swing keel, or fixed keel (in 1978), to suit your boating style.

Standard Equipment: Sleeping for 6 (forward v-berth, double stern berth, two side berths). Dinette table, chart/battery locker, cupboard. Hand layup construction with reinforcements and smooth partial cabin liner; plush cabin trim. Space for 48-qt. ice chest below forward berth. Enclosed toilet area. Plenty of dry storage. Wide, translucent companionway hatch teak door boards, hasp. Translucent foredeck hatch. Six side windows and 2 cockpit windows (for light in stern berth). Self-bailing cockpit. Cockpit seat hatch (port). Sealed fuel tank/battery hatch. Split backstay. Two tone skid-resistant deck surfaces. Hinged mast step. Anodized aluminum mast, boom. Mast carrier. Dacron mainsail. 110% dacron genoa, dacron halyards. Running rigging. Adjustable stainless-steel stand rigging (double lower shrouds). Harken blocks. Full-length combination toe rail/genoa track. Choice of fixed keel; or swing keel with patented lock, pennant and silent winch. Inboard tiller with adjustable up-down rudder (stainless cheeks, rudder post). Mainsail outhaul, downhaul.

Optional Equipment: Bow pulpit, Stern rail, Lifelines and stanchions. Mainsheet traveler. Halyard winches. portable 48-qt. ice chest. built-in galley (two-burner alcohol stove w/stainless cover, stainless-steel sink, 5-gal water tank, 25-qt. ice chest). Portable marine toilet, or permanent toilet w/holding tank. Cabin window and privacy curtains. Mosquito screens. Yanmar 8-hp diesel (1cyl.) inboard with remote controls, (1978 a 6.5 hp. diesel (manufacturer not mentioned) and saildrive) fuel tank. Chrysler Sailor 6 hp. or 10-hp. outboard motor. Built in outboard mount. Bimini tip. Canvas dodger curtains for cockpit area. Stern boarding ladder. Backstay adjuster. Cabin, running light. Mainsail cover. Spinnaker with pole, fittings. Working jib. 150% and 170% genoa. Cockpit cushions. Boom vang. Cradle. Mast-raising bridle. Custom-mated trailer. Mainsail jiffy reefing. Barlow or Lewmar winches."


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This page slightly updated on Monday, December 22, 2008.