1973 Chris Craft 41 Commander
- Stock #096448 -
Rare Commander 41!
Just a little history of the 1973 Chris-Craft 41 Commander which is a classic to say the least with only 151 hulls built. This model has changed model name a number of times over the years and is closely related to the 410 Commander. The first year it was called the 41 Commander, for the model years 1973-1975 it was called 41 Flush Deck and then from 1976 it was known as the 41 Yacht. Later on the production was consolidated in Bradenton after 1980, it became known as the 410 Commander.
This popular double-cabin design had an extended fifteen-year production run, the longest of any modern motor yacht design except the Hatteras 53 MY. Offering a spacious interior layout, the flush deck profile makes her appear larger than she actually is.
The 1973 Commander in good condition has 427 ci engines with only 1500 hours on them, along with radar, GPS, compass, many electronics.
The interior is good condition and this boat is ready to live on or Cruise America's Great Loop!
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Reason for selling is relocated and land locked
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