New Sept listing. Still owned by her original family Siren II is a nice example of the 422 Commander model which had the longest production run of any modern Chris-Craft design. In 1985 the final version was introduced with a new house, enlarged flybridge, glassed-over windshield, teak interior etc. The layout has a large salon, forward stateroom with center island double berth, stbd side guest cabin with upper & lower berths and a large double entry head with stall shower. There’s a large cockpit with engine controls, two large fishboxes and a transom door. Powered by twin 450 hp GM Covington 6-71 TI diesels.
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