Chris Craft Commander Forum: 1973 41′ Commander

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Chris-Craft 41 Commander boat

She did sink

1973 41′ Ft. Chris Craft 410 Commander Motor Yacht. Twin/Cummings.

US Documented (Coast Guard) Vessel/

Pics taken when the Yacht was raised. It is now in dry dock.

This boat has been partially sunk. Located In MD owned in NC.

Here is the Info and a few pictures of the Boat.

On On 02/11/2010 While docked at the Bohemia Bay Yacht Harbor

under the covered docks the shelter collasped under 3 ft of snow

causing the following damage. The Flybridge: Will have to be rebuilt

(details below). But It can be taken off and any Body Shop who specializes

in Fiberglass repair could rebuild It as when It was sunk

The awning fell on the boat causing it to do a 90 degree turn which sank it

causing little exterior damage. To the exterior of the Boat other than the

flybridge and rear plexiglass enclosure. Props and Rudders Perfect.

As far as the engines. There is about an 90% or better chance That engines

would not have to be rebuilt. Because they are Diesel Engines (Cummings T-300)and the fact that they went under in (Brackish) fresh water. The engines were also drained along with all other oil based components due to envorimential reasons.

All you would have to do is replace the fluids, Oil the cylinders, Turn the engines over with the injectors out (no pressure) Clean the Injectors etc. And they should be fine as diesels are much different than gas engines as they are more oil based.

If the engines would need to be rebuilt or replaced. They can be rebuilt cheaper than buying replacements. The Boat is dirty now and would need to be cleaned.

The wall paper would need replacing along with the stove, refrigerator, etc. Some of the teak would also need restaining also. (no warping) The boat is built completely out of Fiberglass so there would be no warping anywhere except where wood exist.

This is an $80.000.00 Plus Motor Yacht. As you know Chris Craft Boats are

the Finest and they hold their value. I was going to restore it. But, I can’t at this time. I feel you would not have to Invest over $15,000.00 In It to get it back to A1 condition especially if the engines worked as stated and If the engines and all checked out you could get by with as little as $8000.00 and If you do the work yourself the boat could be the best investment you ever made.

If you wanted you could have it moved from Its current location MD to your location in By Courier. The cost would be approx. depending on the location and the Flybridge would have to be removed making it easier on you as far as rebuild and the fact that the boat is over 16 foot tall bottom to top. You can set it up beside your Home/shop and restore it as time permits.

Until It is moved It can stay in the Marina where it is now for $225.00 a month.

It would be a waste to salvage This Boat for parts. It will give you a better Idea of what the Interior and exterior will look like. I WILL NOT SALE THIS BOAT FOR SALVAGE. IT IS A CLASSIC AND NEEDS TO BE REBUILT TO ENJOY. Please Note: The pictures below show this great boat when it was raised If you notice there is no water in the hull.

The boat now sits on land in dry dock for Inspection If you wish.

The hull is solid with no damage to the props as it sank on a soft bottom in

no more than 7′ of water. All fiberglass hull, decking. etc. Is solid.

This is an excellent restoration project that will be enjoyed for many years to come.

This Motor Yacht sleeps 6 with a stateroom a galley and 2 full baths including showers.

This is a live aboard boat that you could enjoy in any port.


1973 Chris Craft 41 Ft. Commander Motor Yacht

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