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The PowerBoat Guide: Chris Craft 380 Corinthian

Production Years
1978–86

Chris Craft 380 Corinthian Overview

Among the more versatile boats in her class, the Chris Craft 380 Corinthian has long been a favorite with family cruisers due to her spacious accommodations, durable construction, and easy handling. True, she has the high-sided lines of a houseboat and the slightest breeze blows her around, but her multilevel layout includes everything required for enjoyable cruising activities—including a cockpit.

Lasting a decade in production, several twin-stateroom floorplans were offered during her production years, the most recent featuring a double berth in the master stateroom. A lower helm was a popular option, and sliding salon doors provide easy access to the Corinthian’s wide side decks.

The cockpit is big enough for swimming and diving, and a large transom door makes this a very easy boat to board. Topside, the combined split-level flybridge/aft deck can seat a small crowd.

Additional features include a full-size cockpit door to the master stateroom, tub/shower in the aft head, a large engine room, integral bow pulpit, and a swim platform. Not the softest ride in a chop, twin 350hp Crusader gas engines cruise the 380 Corinthian at 15–16 knots (mid 20s top).

Chris Craft 380 Corinthian Specs

Length Overall:
38'0"
Length WL:
33'6"
Beam:
14'0"
Draft:
3'0"
Weight:
22,500#
Clearance:
12'2"
Fuel:
400 gals.
Water:
65 gals.
Hull Type:
Modified-V
Deadrise Aft:
NA

Standard Floorplan, 1978–82

Standard Floorplan, 1983–85

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