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Jack in the Box
1967 Chris-Craft Commander
Terrific Live aboard
If you get the right boat; living aboard provides a lifestyle that delivers waterfront views, friendly gregarious neighbors, the ability to take your home on voyages all at the lowest cost of living in Florida.
Jack in the Box is that right boat!
A Classic 1967 Chris-Craft 47’ Commander that has been well maintained and provides the space: aft cabin, salon and cockpit desires for a truly comfortable living experience. On the mechanical side the twin Yanmar engines are in great conditions with only 1.393 hours on each.
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Located in Southwest Florida
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Jack in the Box, this well maintained 1967 47’ Chris Craft Commander, maybe a classic but she still has a lot of life left in her. The engines were replaced in the early 2000 with Yanmar’s 320’s and they have only 1,392 hours on them. This vessel has travelled and still have the bones and means to take you where you want to go with her fuel capacity of 600 gallons (stored in four tanks) with a burn rate of 20 gls/hrs cruising at 13 knots delivers a 400 miles range.
The helm is well equipped with a chart-plotter, radar, fish finder and autopilot. The large center helms- chair and wheel, under the full hardtop bimini, makes Jack in the Box a safe comfortable boat to drive in any conditions.
The cockpit is a spacious and makes lounging, entertaining or traveling very pleasurable. The boat does have davits for a tender and a swim platform.
The fore deck offers additional places to lounge and enjoy the world around you. And when you fancy a change in scenery the two anchors with 100’ chain and additional 100’ of rode permit you to find that spot and stay there without worry.
Stepping down into the roomy main salon it’s easy to imagine how livable it is; with the large windows providing plenty of natural light. Going forward a step down is a very efficient galley with a new refrigerator in 2017. After that a forward cabin with twin berths and a head.
Heading back across the salon and entering the aft cabin there are two single berths. If a queen center berth is desirable it can be added. This cabin has plenty of storage and a full shower/ head combination.
"Jack in the Box", 1967 Chris-Craft Classic has been well maintained. If you are looking for a live aboard to make your own and can travel, then you should consider this boat. The mechanicals are in fine working conditions. The space in the salon is flexible as is the aft cabin and will apt to your life style.