1964 chris craft constellation

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What is a Chris Craft constellation?

This Chris Craft Constellation is a beautifully maintained and modernized cruising yacht. One of the rare classic Chris Craft’s of this length and class remaining of the Frank Sinatra era.

What is a Chris-Craft boat?

Even current Chris-Craft models continue to offer classic traits of earlier motor boating in design and construction. Featuring boats suited for waterskiing, wakeboarding or simply cruising waters, the use of stainless steel trim and some cases teak wood can be found on new Chris-Craft boats.

Are all the owners of the 57′ CCC still alive?

I have the records of all the owners and they are all still alive… except the President himself. The ’64 model was brand new that year and the command bridge was also brand new to the constellation line as an option. Call me about this special vessel as I believe I have the if not the best then one of thevery nicest 57′ CCC left in North America.

Description

Not many of these Vintage Vessels are still in service today. Victoria has a current COI until May of 2022 meaning she can be commercially chartered or used for pleasure. Hull was refastened 4 years ago, new Radar/Plotter and Fish-finder was added at that time.

Accommodations

Three double staterooms plus crew area all the way forward, followed by the full galley. Up from the galley is the large salon with modern stereo and TV, plus a electric fire place. Up and to starboard is the pilot house with full electronics and access to to the staterooms.

Additional

This Chis Craft is Hull number one is certified for charter which gives the purchaser not only enjoyment but also tax advantage and income to the vessel. One half interest is available which allows the new partner to learn the boat from some one who knows and has been with the boat for fifteen years.

Disclaimer

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.