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48' Chris-Craft 482 Convertible

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Boat Name: 48' Chris-Craft 482 Convertible
Year: 1986
Price: 129500
Located in Marina del Rey, CA
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel

The Chris Craft 482 Convertible is built on a rugged modified V-hull with moderate beam, cored hull sides and a shallow keel. The long foredeck and spacious cockpit mark the 482 as a tournament fisherman. Powered by GM 8V92TA's offering 18-20 knot cruise and will reach maximum speeds of 24-26 knots. Practical three stateroom interior with rich teak paneling throughout has a midship master and both heads have stall showers. Enclosed flybridge with complete electronics. Great Value ! Go Fish !

Additional Specs, Equipment And Information:

Boat Name

48' Chris-Craft 482 Convertible

Engines

Total Power: 870HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: GM
Engine Model: GM
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 4100
Engine Power: 435 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: GM
Engine Model: GM
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 4100
Engine Power: 435 HP

Cruising Speed: 18 knots
Maximum Speed: 24 knots

Beam

15.75 ft

Tanks

Water Tanks: (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (780 Gallons)
Black Water Tanks: (40 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Specs

Builder: Chris Craft
Designer: A. Nordtvedt
Hull Shape: Modified Vee

Accommodations

One enters the salon through a plexiglass door to port. The salon has an L-shape leather sofa to starboard, a drop leaf hi-lo teak table and two leather chairs opposite to port. Varnished interior cabinetry with slide open windows port and starboard. The electrical panel is to port of the companionway. There are mini blinds, lights behind the valance, carpeted sole and a Sharp Dolby color TV. Forward of the sofa to starboard is the galley. 

Down three carpeted steps to port are two over under berths, a hanging locker with shelf and magazine rack, and an opening port.  Forward to starboard is the master stateroom with queen size berth with storage below, mirrored bulkhead, hanging locker with louver door and a Bowmar hatch overhead. Owner's head is forward with a stall shower with glass door, sink built into formica counter with single lever faucet, vacu-flush marine toilet with Sealand SX12L holding tank monitor, mirror, cabinets and towel rack.  Forward to port is the quest head with stall shower, vacu-flush toilet, sink, cabinet and mirror.

Continuing forward is another guest stateroom with two berths, hanging locker, Bowmar hatch and opening port.

From the salon aft to the spacious cockpit. There is a backing station to port with electronic controls, bait tank, storage in the step with cross over fuel valves, lockers port and starboard under combing, tackle center, Frigidaire cockpit freezer, fresh and salt water, 2 rod holders, 7 rod holders set into combing, transom door opens to swim step, and a stainless ladder with teak steps up to flybridge.

The tournament bridge has helm and navigator seats, and a bench seat forward of the helm with storage below. There are lockers forward in the brow. Helm has complete engine gauges and controls. 


Galley

  • L-shape galley forward to starboard in salon
  • Teak & holly sole
  • Princess electric 3-burner stove & oven
  • Goldstar Multiwave microwave oven
  • Double stainless sinks with single lever faucet
  • Sub Zero side-by-side refrigerator freezer (port side)
  • Abundant formica counter and storage area

Electrical

  • 12 & 24 volt DC and 110 & 220 volt AC systems
  • Electrical panel with circuit breakers - AC volt & amp gauges
  • Two Northern Lights 8KW generators
  • Heart Interface inverter for 24 volt batteries
  • Trace inverter for 12 volt batteries
  • 12 volt generator batteries on switch to house bank
  • Battery switches on engines with parallel to 24 volt AGM inverter bank
  • Four 12 volt house batteries
  • FreedomXi Sinewave battery monitor
  • 12 volt DC lighting throughout
  • AC outlets throughout
  • Electric bilge & water pumps
  • Electric hot water heater
  • Quartz deck lights
  • Navigation lights
  • Remote spot light
  • Dockside power cord

Electronics and Navigation

  • Garmin 2010C GPS chart plotter
  • Raymarine Hybrid Touch Screen radar
  • Robertson Simrad AP22 autopilot
  • Furuno  FVC 552 video sounder
  • Datamarine digital knot & distance log
  • Raytheon digital depth with alarm
  • Kenwood VHF TKM 507 marine radio
  • VHF radio - salon
  • Telcor sea temp gauge
  • Telcor rudder angle indicator
  • Danforth 5" magnetic compass

Entertainment

  • Salon 19" color TV
  • Alpine AM/FM stereo with cassette
  • AM/FM cassette CD amplifier
  • TV in master stateroom
  • Four Pioneer speakers on Bridge
  • Four speakers in cockpit

Deck and Hull

  • Fiberglass Modified V hull with cored hull sides
  • Ideal heavy duty electric windlass with up & down deck switch and helm control
  • Large bow pulpit & foredeck chain locker
  • Two Danforth type anchors on adequate chain & line
  • Foredeck washdown system
  • Stainless bow pulpit, stanchions and hand rails
  • Two bow, two stern and four midship mooring cleats
  • Low profile 12 volt davit
  • Cradle on foredeck 
  • Inflatable Duras dinghy with Nissan 8hp outboard
  • Tournament flybridge with bimini and full enclosure
  • Two Pompanette helm chairs
  • Fiberglass outriggers

Cockpit

  • Electronic Mathers engine controls
  • Rudder angle indicator at backing station
  • Fresh & salt water washdown
  • Cockpit awning
  • Varnished teak cap rail
  • Fiberglass built-in bait tank
  • Cockpit freezer
  • Transom door opens to fiberglass swim step with swim ladder
  • Stainless ladder with teak steps to flybridge

Additional

  • Mathers electronic engine controls (both stations)
  • Custom flybridge dash with built-in electronics
  • Telcor Pyrometer gauges
  • Upgraded extended larger trim tabs
  • Dripless shaft seals
  • Electric oil change system
  • Large water recovery heat exchanger tank on main engines
  • Duplex 30 micron fuel filters
  • 400 watt block heaters with thermostat control
  • Walker air separators
  • New exhaust (2001)
  • Watermaker 

Remarks

The Chris Craft 482 Convertible is built on a rugged modified V-hull with moderate beam, cored hull sides and a shallow keel. The long foredeck and spacious cockpit mark the 482 as a tournament fisherman. Powered by GM 8V92TA's offering 18-20 knot cruise and will reach maximum speeds of 24-26 knots. Practical three stateroom interior with rich teak paneling throughout has a midship master and both heads have stall showers. Enclosed flybridge with complete electronics. Great Value ! Go Fish !


Exclusions

All personal gear; loose items; galley gear; CD's; charts; fishing equipment; tools; spare parts; supplies & items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.


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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Contact Richard Nathanson for additional information and your viewing appointment at 310-430-1769 (cell)  or 949-675-8092 (office).


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