Chris-Craft Comanche 42 - "Resistance"
Price: $35,000.00 USD
Location: Kingston, ON
Make of Vessel: Chris Crafy Comanche
Date of Manufacture: 1968
Name of Vessel: Resistance
Hull Description: White
Licence Number: ON 10197
Model Year: 1968
Engine - Volvo Penta MD25
Builder’s LOA: 42 feet
Builder’s Beam: 10 feet 7 inches
Builder’s draught: 6 feet
Weight: 16,250 lbs.
Rig Type: Fractional Sloop
Construction: Fibre reinforced plastic
Balance Type: Lead
29 foot sailing sloop with single inboard engine.
|Cooling System||Port/Single||Fresh Water|
|Engine Mounts||Solid bolted vibration dampering|
|Exhaust System||Though hull|
12 Volt DC ship's system
12 Volt DC engine starting system
12 Volt DC distribution panel
2 new AGM batteries
Fixed battery charging system new in 2012
115 Volt AC shore power with 30 amp receptacle
115 Volt AC distribution panel
Found on Board
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