1973 Chris-Craft Commander
CLASSIC, STURDY SPORT SEDAN GREAT AS A LIVE ABOARD OR SPORT FISHING
One of the best hulls that Chris Craft ever designed for boaters, the 360 Commander Sport Sedan has been popular with both cruisers and fishermen. So much so that Chris Craft produced this design for 13 years. With a solid fiberglass hull, her low dead rise generates great lift out of the water.
- Sedan Layout: Full-size cabin entry door from large cockpit.
- Forward Master Cabin with upper & lower twin berths, large hanging locker, 2 large drawers & large under-berth storage.
- Guest Mid Cabin with upper & lower twin berths, also with hanging locker & drawer.
- FULL HEAD with vanity, sink, electric head & separate shower compartment
- 2019 engine rebuild including new manifold, exhaust and fuel pumps,
- 2019 new extended Bimini over cockpit.
Many other items included (see Features list in Photos).
Contact Joe Maiella, Edwards Yacht Sales for more information and a personal tour.
- Fort Myers, FL, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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- Sport Cruiser
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Dimensions & Weight
- 36 ft - 10.97 meter
- 36 ft - 10.97 meter
- 13 ft - 3.96 meter
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- 350 (Individual), 700 (combined)
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A longtime favorite with fishermen and cruisers alike, the Chris Craft 36 Commander (called the 36 Sports Cruiser in 1973-77; 36 Commander in 1978-80; 360 Commander in 1981-86) enjoyed an unusually long production run, a rarity for Chris Craft boats of her era. (Indeed, well-maintained models retained their popularity on the used market for years after the last unit was built.) Introduced in 1973, she came standard with a two-stateroom, galley-up interior until 1984 when a more expansive single-stateroom floorplan with a dinette became standard (a queen bed option was available in the stateroom). Note that most 360s were sold with lower helms. Construction is solid fiberglass, and her low-deadrise hull generates good lift but produces a stiff ride in a chop. The original profile of the Chris Craft 36 (pictured here) remained pretty much the same until 1985 when the deckhouse and flybridge were restyled for a more rakish appearance. An increase in fuel capacity to 400 gallons in 1983 improved the range considerably. Standard 350hp gas engines cruise at 18 knots (mid 20s top). Cat 300hp (or 320hp Cummins) diesels bring the cruising speed up to 22 knots (26-27 knots top).
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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