The Chris Craft 412 Amerosport express cruiser is 38' 9" long on deck, 43.5' overall. She features a wide 14' beam. Originally conceived as the "Eurosport" because of her contemporary European-style interior, Chris Craft decided instead to name her the "Amerosport."
GYPSY appears to be in basically good shape. The port engine was rebuilt four years ago and had approximately 30 hours on it at the beginning of the summer. The starboard engine was rebuilt two years ago. Interior looks nice, cockpit upholstery needs some stitching here and there, and canvas could use some stitching. The hull has a few gelcoat scratches from where something protruded from a dock and scratched the hull, otherwise there are no known issues. Generator runs but doesn't put out 110 volts AC. Minimal work would correct the issues mentioned here.
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Forward cabin with queen sized island berth on center. Main cabin with U-shaped dinette to port and settee to starboard. Seat back on starboard settee folds up to allow settee to become a double berth. Galley next aft to port, enclosed head with Vacu-Flush toilet and separate shower stall with glass door and seaat opposite to starboard. Mid cabin next aft with double berth. Carpeting has been removed. New carpeting (choose your color) to be installed. Table in cockpit converts to form queen sized berth.
Galley features 12 volt/110 volt refrigerator with freezer compartment, two burner electric/alcohol countertop stove, double stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressurized water system, and built-in microwave oven.
12 volt DC system with two 8D marine batteries (2010). 110 volt AC system with Onan 6.5 kw generator with 661 hours. Pro-Sine inverter/charger. Shore power cord.
Raytheon 36 mile open array radar, autopilot, GPS, VHF transceiver, compass.
Two 454 c.i. Crusader gas engines rated at 365 hp each. Hourmeter for port engine registers 628 hours. Starboard hourmeter reads 633 hours. Port engine was rebuilt in 2010 and has 10 hours. Starboard engine has been completely rebuilt and has 0 hours. Trim tabs. Onan 6.5 kw generator with 661 hours registered on hourmeter.
Yacht is currently on the hard, shrinkwrapped to the waterline. Multi-boat owner didn't launch her this season, but yacht was in operation during the 2010 season. There are some scratches along the hull side where something protruding from the dock caused some cosmetic gelcoat damage. There appears to be no damage to the underlying structure. Owner has made arrangements for helm seats to be re-upholstered. Interior cushions appear to be in excellent condition. Bimini top appears to be fairly new and in good shape. There's a full camper enclosure with a zippered door.