47' 1967 CHRIS CRAFT 47 Commander


$ 7 4 , 9 0 0

YEAR: 1967
MODEL: 47 Commander

NEW Fwd & Aft Heads Installed
NEW 30 Gal. Holding Tank w/Sanitation Hose Installed

No. of Hulls Built:  108
Freeboard:  Forward 90" / Aft 70"
Height:  16'2"
Weight:  35,480 lbs.
Fuel Capacity:  350 gals.
Fresh Water Capacity:  80 gals.
Sleeping Capacity:  8-10
Headroom:  6'4"

Standard Equipment
Anchor and Line * Anchor Light * Bilge Blower * Carpeting * Chocks * Cleats * Compass * Deck Hatch FWD w/Vent * Dinette Convertible * Dish Locker * Dock Lines * Draperies * Electric Bilge Pumps, Auto (2) * Electric Horn * 115-Volt Electric Refrigeration, 10 cu. ft. * 115-Volt Electric Stove, 3-Burner w/Oven * Fire Extinguishers (3) * Foam Cushions and Mattresses * Fog Bell * FWD Lavatory Blower * Galley Blower * Handrails on cabin top * Handrails, bow and side deck * Hardtop w/Sliding Side Shields * International Navigation Lights * Life Preservers * Light over Galley * Mast and Yardarm * Mirror in lavatories * Mirror in aft cabin * Mooring Bitts (2) and Tow Post * Mufflers * Two 115-Volt, 30-Amp, 3-Wire Shore Inlets * Radio Ground * Rope Deck Pipe * Screens * Shower, aft * Stainless Steel Galley Sink * Electric Toilets (2) * Water Pressure System, Hot and Cold * Windshield Wipers (3) Electric

For a vessel of its size, this model offers an unprecedented amount of luxury, comfort, and interior spaciousness. Beam is an extraordinary 15 feet, which helps account for the roominess. This version offers an owner's stateroom and a guest stateroom. The main salon is wonderful for entertaining. Storage is usually at a premium in cruisers of this size, but you'll find plenty aboard this one. In addition to lockers, drawers, and shelves everywhere, there's a large storage space directly under the galley and dinette areas, which is ideal for luggage and extra provisions.

On-deck areas are unusually roomy. The aft deck is clear and spacious, and there's a lazarette with a flush hatch. A teak bulwark cap runs completely around the boat. The foredeck has a sun lounge molded into the superstructure.

A fast, seaworthy hull design
A flared keel extends from bow to transom, but sweeps into broad planing surfaces, which provide plenty of lift. The hull is fast, stable, and maneuverable. The transom is veed to help maintain course in beam, quartering, and following seas. A full-lenght foil extends out from the hull-side just above the waterline, and through-hull fittings are vented out of sight on the underside.

This boat has been kept in a time capsule.

Engine Specifications
Type:  4-Cycle Valve In Head 8-8
No. of Cylinders:  8
Horsepower:  300 @ 4000 RPM (Usable at shaft)
Piston Displacement:  427 cubic inches
Bore:  4.23 inches
Stroke:  3.78 inches
Nominal Compression Ratio:  8.9 : 1
Minimum Recommended Idel Speed:  500 RPM (Slow enough for fishing)
Oil Pressure:  40 lbs. @ Idle, 60-80 lbs. @ 4000 RPM
Oil Capacity:  7 Quarts, +1 in filter, Capacity will vary with running angle
Reverse Gears - (Paragon Gear Co.):  Hydraulic - heavy duty gears are standard. Simplified installation of shifting controls. Reverse gears independently lubricated and cooled.
Electrical System:  12-Volt negative ground - 50 Amp Y.S.B. Approved Alternator charges batteries even at idle speed. Marine engineered ignition system.
Valves and Valve Train:  Specially selected materials and treatment to provide durability for marine use. Mechanical valve lifters, rotating exhaust valves, and aluminum-bronze valve guides.
Piston:  Heavy duty type with special ring combination.
Connecting Rods:  Short I-Beam pyramid construction for maximum strength.
Crankshaft:  Custom-Built, precision machined and balanced, supported by five main bearings. Cross bolted main bearing caps give added reinforcement to the cylinder block.
Crankcase Ventillation:  Positive - Closed Ventilation System
Carburetor:  Downdraft, 4-barrel design permits economical operation at mid-throttle, automatic choke, and Coast Guard approved flame arrestor.
Cooling System:  THERMOCEN-DEVELVO, a special system of temperature control using a large volume of water at high velocity, thermostatically controlled to a constant temperature at all engine speeds - reduced engine wear, gives greater efficiency and fuel economy. Available only on Chris Craft Marine Engines.
Exhaust Manifolds:  Made of durable cast iron. Exhaust risers are standard equipment.
Angle of Installation:  5 to 12 degrees, permits installation in almost any boat.
Fuel Consumption:  8.3 GPH @ 2200 RPM, 25 GPH @ 4000 RPM

HULL TYPE: Fiberglass
ENGINE TYPE: Twin 427cid Fords (Chris Craft)
FUEL TYPE: Gasoline
DRAFT: 3'2"
BEAM: 15'
POST DATE: 10.04.18