This popular double-cabin design had an extended fifteen-year
production run, the longest of any modern motor yacht design except
the Hatteras 53 MY. Offering a spacious interior layout, the Chris
410’s flush deck profile makes her appear larger than she actually is.
Inside, the accommodations are comfortable and well arranged,
especially in the master stateroom where a queen berth (optional in
earlier models) became standard in 1981.
Big-block Chevrolet 454 gas engines, 330hp, were standard and provide
a cruising speed of 15–16 knots and 24 knots top. With just 350
gallons of fuel, the 410’s range is limited to about 200 nautical miles.
This is a great boat, in great condition and has been well maintained
by the previous owner. Call or come out today!
Located on Lake Texoma, Grandpappy Point Marina has been voted Best Marina by the Marine Association of Texas. We are a full service marina operated year round with 870 slips, 35 ton marine travel lift and a mast step crane. Full repair services are available as are parts and accessories.