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Chris Craft 50 Constellation boats for sale
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Corpus Christi, Texas
The boat is in good condition for it's age. The boat would need sone upgrading and cosmetic work. One of the heads is missing and could to be replaced. All air conditioners are working and cooling. The boat is maintained on a regular basis. Fully furnished including washer & dryer. Stock #147093 Great Chris Craft for cruising! Spacious interior! Loaded and ready to cruise! If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1985 Chris-Craft 50 Constellation, just reduced to $70,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Corpus Christi, Texas and is in good condition. She is also equipped with twin Detroit Diesel engines that have 2,385 hours. Reason for selling is kids in high school now, just not a good time right now for boating.
The boat is in good condition with many upgrades. The last haul-out/bottom paint was conducted about 1.5 years ago. The water heater is currently replaced. The AC/heat are in working condition as well as electronics. The dinghy engine needs a starter cord. Stock #172049 SHE IS ONE OF THE BEST DESIGNED AND BEST BUILT YACHTS EVER MADE If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1985 Chris-Craft 50 CONSTELLATION, priced right at $116,700 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Edgewater, Maryland and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Detroit Diesel engines that have 2,648 hours. Reason for selling is moving.
Mt Clemens, Michigan
Category Motor Yachts
Posted Over 1 Month
1960 Chris Craft 50 Constellation (CURRENT OWNERSHIP DATES BACK TO 1978) FRESHWATER / GREAT LAKES BOAT SINCE NEW AND ALWAYS BOATHOUSE KEPT THIS 1960 CHRIS CRAFT 50 CONSTELLATION IS BAR NONE ONE OF THE NICEST IN EXISTENCE -- PLEASE SEE FULL SPECS FOR COMPLETE LISTING DETAILS. 2011 MARINE SURVEY ON FILE AND AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW UPON REQUEST; ***SELLER WILL CONSIDER SMALL PARTIAL TRADES + CASH. Freshwater / Great Lakes Boat this vessel features Twin Crusader 454XL 320-hp Gas Engine's with only 883-hours (Note: Engine's New in 1997 w/New Borg Warner Transmissions). Notable features include but are not limited to the following: Air-Conditioning & Heat (3-Marine Air Units), (2) Heads (Electric Flush) w/Vanity/Sink/Shower (Note Stall-Shower Aft), Onan 10.0kw Generator, Complete Raytheon Electronics Package (VHF Marine Radio, Tri-Data w/Depth/Speed//Water-Temp, GPS, Radar, Autopilot), Extended Hardtop w/Full EZ2CY Surround / Enclosure w/Sliding Tracks, VC-17 Bottom Paint, and MUCH more! Broker Notes: This vessel was manufactured in Algonac Michigan, purchased new in 1960 and delivered in Detroit by The Gregory Boat Company. The first owner was an automotive dealer in the Detroit area and moored the vessel in St. Clair Shores. The second owner purchased the vessel in 1965. He was a business man in the flower bulb business from Mt. Clemens, MI area who used the boat to vacation with his family in northern Lake Huron, Lake Superior and on Lake St. Clair. The boat was named Tamba. The vessel proved to be very convenient while anchoring off shore for long periods of time with its 32 volt systems, large water and holding tanks, and 10 kilowatt generator. When not in use, the vessel was summer and winter stored in a covered boat well on the Clinton River in Harrison Township, MI. In 1970, the original 430 Lincoln motors were replaced with 427 Ford motors. These motors provided more horse power than the original motors with replacement parts more readily available. The vessel was sold in 1978 to its current owner’s family. The third owner of the vessel was a businessman in the steel fabrication business from the Mt. Clemens, MI area who renamed the boat Arrivederci. In 1978 the hard top of the vessel was extended. This greatly increased the usability of the boat. The vessel was used for vacationing in Lakes Huron, St. Clair, and Erie. The vessel was occasionally used as a press boat for the Port Huron to Mackinaw sailboat race and various other events. When not in use, the vessel was summer stored in a covered boat well on the Clinton River in Harris