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1979 C & C

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

(LOCATION: Achushnet MA) The C&C 33 is a blend of speed and style that helped turn C&C Yachts into Canada’s largest yacht builder. She has great lines, big cockpit, and spacious, comfortable, interior. There is plenty of room below for family cruises.

On deck we have an open cockpit with pedestal helm, stainless steel wheel, aft bench helm seat, guest seating to each side, and under-seat storage. She comes with main sail and genoa. The mast and boom are aluminum with stainless steel rigging, two Barient #26 winches in cockpit, and four Barient 10 winches at the mast. She comes large wheel, small wheel, and emergency tiller.

Below we find a spacious interior. Forward is a roomy v-berth with under-berth storage, rope locker, and filler cushion. Moving aft there is an enclosed head compartment with manual marine head and vanity with stainless sink. Across from the head compartment is a large hanging locker. The main salon features a large settee port side with convertible dinette to starboard. Aft starboard is the galley with teak cabinets, solid surface counter top, stainless steel sink, two-burner range, and ice box. Across from the galley is a spacious nav station with chart table and storage. A quarterberth is located aft of the nav station to complete the sleeping accommodations with room for six total.

This C&C 30 has a rebuilt Atomic Four gasoline engine as auxiliary power. This family cruiser is roomy, comfortable, and little used in recent years. Call now for more information and to schedule a showing of this C&C 33 Sloop.

If you would like more information
or to schedule a showing
Please call or e-me
Capt Brian Joseph
(# removed)
Let me help sell your boat or find your dream boat.
captainbrian@wcyachtsales.com

Equipment on Board:

C & C
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