1968 Chris Craft Commander 47 for sale, Buford GA, $ 85,000 obo

Beautiful 47' Chris Craft Commander for sale. Very well maintained, twin 8V53 Detroit Diesel engines, 7kw top of the line Westerbeke Diesel generator. Stainless steel water (350 gallon), waste (200 gallon) and fuel (300 gallon) tanks, newly installed water heater and (3) heat and a/c units. Blind out shades keep the living quarters very cool. Sterno fire place puts out enough heat to keep the boat warm. Completely updated kitchen with induction stovetop, isotherm fridge and brand new uline icemaker. Master bedroom with a beautiful queen bed, so much storage including a washer and dryer hookup. Sleeps 4, full shower and 2 electric heads. This is the only Commander with an open floor plan and completely enclosed, temperature controlled upstairs living. Wheel deck enclosed with high quality strattaglass. One of a kind boat, ready for a new adventure. She would make the perfect live aboard or perfect companion for long cruises. Asking $85,000 or make me an offer. Call or text me at 770-threethreezero-780two

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How do you have 350 gallons of water? Where is the second tank located? My boat used to have a second tank but it has been removed, leaving me with only 90 gallons, and I’d like to put it back. If you could take a photo I’d be eternally grateful.

The entire floor was removed and bigger stainless steels tanks were put in. It is one tank underneath the floor in the kitchen. The previous owners created more room by making the salon and kitchen at the same level and removing the step down kitchen.
If only one tank, how was the other side of the boat ballasted? We are talking about 2500 lbs of water. Thanks.

Jim Rivas
All of the tanks were installed sideways, from port to starboard. Fuel tank sits all the way in the stern, installed same way, makes sure the boat is not bow heavy.

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