33' 1985 CHRIS CRAFT 332 Commander Express


YEAR: 1985
MODEL: 332 Commander Express

11,560 lbs.
7'11" Clearance
250 gal. Fuel Capacity
50 gal. Fresh Water Capacity
21-22 kts. Cruise Speed
30+ kts. Top Speed
Deep-V Hull
18° Deadrise Aft
Production 1981-86

A popular boat for Chris Craft in the early 1980s, the 332 Commander Express is unusual in that she was built on a true deep-V hull, a rare platform for a family cruiser. Deep-Vs tend to be somewhat unstable in a beam sea (at slow speed), and they aren't usually noted for their fuel efficiency, but they do have superb handling qualities in heavy seas, a characteristic that quickly sets the 332 apart from the competition. She underwent several updates over the years, including the addition of an arch in 1983, and in 1986 a revised floorplan was introduced with a settee opposite the dinette and a new swim platform was added at the transom. While her interior isn't particularly roomy for her size, the 332 has one of the largest cockpits found in any 33-footer. Indeed, the oversize cockpit more than compensates for the compact cabin accommodations. With big-block 454cid gas engines, she'll cruise comfortably around 21-22 knots and reach a top speed of 30+ knots.

Accommodations & Furnishings:
-Helm Seat w/Companion Seat
-Convertible Dinette

Galley & Laundry:
-Galley: Down

Electronics & Navigation:
-Lowrance GlobalMap 3500c
-Navigation Lights
-Uniden Solara VHF Radio
-Humminbird 717

Electrical Equipment:
-Air Conditioning
-2 Batteries
-Battery Charger
-12V Shipspower/110V Shorepower
-Dockside Electrical Cables

Deck & Safety:
-Anchor w/Line
-Bilge Blower
-Bilge Pumps: Auto/Man
-Bow Rails
-Bimini Top
-Fenders and Lines
-Electric Remote Searchlight
-Swim Platform
-Swim (Boarding) Ladder
-Windshield Wipers

Engine/Engine Room/Controls/Drive:
Controls: Cockpit
-Fuel Filters
-Hydraulic Steering
-Trim Tabs

HULL TYPE: Fiberglass
ENGINE TYPE: Twin 454cid 340hp Mercruisers
FUEL TYPE: Gasoline
DRAFT: 2'9"
BEAM: 12'1"
POST DATE: 07.18.18