We have our 1986 410 Constellation for sale. Florida Coast Yacht Sales has her on the website.

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41 ft 1986 Chris-Craft 410 Constellation FB Motoryacht

  • Year: 1986
  • Price: $ 67,500
  • Location: Fort Pierce, FL, USA
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
  • YachtWorld ID: 3493416
  • Condition: Used


Beautiful condition CLEAN 410 Constellation Flybridge Flushdeck Motoryacht powered by Twin 454 Crusaders, NAIAD stabilizers (new 2018), constantly updated/upgraded.  This boat would be an excellent liveaboard or coastal cruiser, has been extremely well maintained and shows like a much newer boat inside and out.  Compare to anything in the price range for cleanliness, quality construction and BIG layout.  

Built from 1972 through 1986 the 41 Chris-Craft had one of the longest successful production runs in the history of production motoryachts (exceeded only by the 53 Hatteras Motoryacht) due to her heavy construction, classic style and fantastic accommodations even by today's standards.

Don't let Gas engines scare you off this boat unless you are planning on very long range cruising and, even then, run her like a trawler and she will not treat you badly ! !  If you are the average weekend warrior boater or someone looking for a great spacious liveaboard in the 40' range, This boat is in EXCEPTIONAL condition for a 32 year old boat. Fiberglass is not dulled out at all, Blue accent striping is in great shape, varnished teak aft rails are in superb condition, no pitted chrome, original Chris Craft pattern non skid is perfect fcor safely traversing fore and side decks, Interior wood and furnishings very clean as is engine room.  PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP is very obvious in this Classic Chris MY 


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Join and post and call a Commander a Conny?

It is not a Commander but a Constellation

Fascinating  since  the 41 Commander  was produced  from  72 to 87, the last Conny between  the  60's and formation  of the new company  was wooden.  Check the hull  number  then look  at  the  list of models. Before  long you  may be up to 5 posts.

The 410 Commander was renamed a Constellation for the last 2 years of production.

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Good  to  know  Warren  never  too late  to  learn.  I bet  they will  be  so happy  to  list here there will be a substantial  contribution to  the  Club and an additional  donation  if sold due to  membership.

I appreciate the add and your membership  . I think it gives club members opportunities to learn and even purchase .I believe the premise of allowing all comers (some do not even own a boat--yet) without fee to become a member  spreads the word and influence of the club and will tend to make it more long lived. I hope everyone advertising on our club website sells due to it --- it means there is still a market for Chris Craft boats and related which again stabilizes our club into the future . 

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