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Reduced for summer!
Our crew spent more than sixteen weeks and a couple thousand man-hours taking her exterior down to wood, making cosmetic repairs and prepping “Crystal Sea” for a full professional refinishing. From keel to anchor light she’s been faired, primed, sprayed, varnished and top coated.
Now, all of that tedious and time-consuming hand labor is finished, and you can be the proud owner of this true Northwest classic motoryacht that turns heads at every moorage as she arrives.
This outstanding ChrisCraft is built on the design of the Unilfite “Yacht Fisherman” hull which is well known for being rugged and very seaworthy.
When ChrisCraft acquired the hull molds in 1984, they also modified the interior design to create more livable space, and incorporated an island queen berth in both of the staterooms forward and aft.
This 48′ model (52′ with pulpit and swim platform) was later designated as a “480 Catalina” in the 1987 model from ChrisCraft.
This Tournament 400 Luhrs convertible sportfisherman has aggressive lines and comfortable accommodations. With her rakish flybridge and black wraparound deckhouse mask, the Luhrs 400 has a very distinctive profile.
Her two stateroom interior is an ‘open arrangement’ with L-shaped dinette in the salon, and bright galley a few steps below. The forward stateroom has an offset double berth, and over/under bunks are fitted in the guest cabin.
Fishing accessories in the cockpit include fresh and saltwater washdowns, an in-deck fish box, built in bait well in transom, rocket launchers, and flush rod holders. The flybridge is notably large compared to other convertibles of her size. Twin 454 gas engines provide 350 hp with a cruising speed around 15 knots, and a top speed at 22 knots.
Three Private sleeping areas, three full heads w/showers and pro-designed aircraft style space utilization combine to make her the “Biggest” 50′ boat you’re likely to find! Starting with hull plans drawn by noted Naval Architect Bruce Roberts and using his considerable skills as a professional engineer, her builder created a uniquely comfortable, custom-built solid steel trawler yacht.
Pride of ownership is readily apparent, including an abundant use of exotic woods and contrasting-tone wooden inlays in her hand-crafted interior.
Her hull is a full quarter inch steel plating on 22″ frames and 12″ longitudinals. The keel has a four inch tube filled with 4,000 pounds of lead for ballast and stability, with steel skeg protection for running gear.
Comfortable Cruising and Liveaboard Luxury: GREAT Salon, BIG cockpit, HUGE fly-bridge, GORGEOUS teak interior, THREE Doubles, ECONOMICAL to run, ZONED heat and air, 6’4″ Headroom, and LOADED with good equipment!
ALL photos taken in June 2010. Broadside photo shows a sistership — same model, different boat.
Hauled out for easy inspection.
Available with Special owner terms.
Contact: Rich Wallace – 206.227.2628 to see this great boat! or e-mail RTW@PacificMarine.Org