Chris-Craft was formed in 1922 in Algonac, Mich. By 1927 it was the largest builder of mahogany powerboats, but it transitioned to fiberglass in 1971. The company was purchased by Stellican Ltd. in 2001, and it builds bowriders and cruisers from 20 to 36 feet.
Chris-Craft parent reports 19 percent jump in Q1 sales
Winnebago Industries sees growth in both its towable and RV segments.
Chris-Craft parent reports record profits for fiscal 2019
Winnebago Industries saw a slight decline in 2019 sales of $2 billion, while citing “outperformance” in marine.
Chris-Craft parent Winnebago reports revenues down 5.9 percent in Q3
The “materials cost environment remains volatile” due to tariffs, president and CEO Michael Happe said.