1985 C&C 33

Added 5 October, 2011

About this Sailboat:

The C&C 33 was well ahead of her time when she was built. From the innovative construction methods employed, to the well thought out interior which offers more usable space than many boats her size, you will be thrilled to call her your own. Whether your desire is to race or cruise, liveaboard or just enjoy a weekend getaway, this is on your “must see” list.

6/2011: Her hull has just been waxed and her teak varnished, she is ready for summer fun! Actual LOA is 32’7″

Accommodations
The forward cabin is completely separated from the mail cabin and has it’s own builtin bureau. There is adequate floor space for dressing. The salon is well placed in the widest part of the hull for maximum living space.  An L-shaped settee is to port and a straight settee to starboard. A teak drop leaf table with storage is between the settees. There is storage outboard of the settees. There is a hanging locker forward in the salon to starboard, across from the head.The head is forward in the salon to port and equipped with a Cricket manual toilet, sink with handheld shower, teak grate, mirror and storage. The Nav Station is aft to port in the salon with a fold up top and plenty of drawer and shelf storage, and is followed by a double quarterberth.

Galley
Located aft to starboard in the salonForce 10 LPG 2-burner stove with oven and solenoid switch (never used)IceboxDeep single sinkPressure fresh cold water with manual back up (new water pump as spare)Storage cabinets and drawers

Electronics
WindexDatamarine knot log (intermittantly inoperable)Datamarine depth sounderUniden Solara DSG VHF (new in 2008)5″ Pedestal mounted Danforth compassHand held compassJensen AM/FM/CD playerInclinometerGufa barometer

Equipment on Board:

Electrical
12V and 110V systems(2) House batteries 2008(1) Engine start battery 2008Battery selector switch20 amp Battery charger55 amp Alternator30 amp Power cord

Deck & Hull
Canvas covers for mainsail Helm coverS/S propane BBQDock stepsFenders and docklines16# Danforth anchor with chain and lineNav lightsStern light(3) Deck hatches (2) Opening portsWheel with leather coverFin keelLarger rudder integrated with deeper, narrower skeg for excellent trackingReady for bottom paintWide, clear side decksChainplates are well inboardHalyards led aft to stoppers on coach roofCanted cockpit coamings for comfortable seatingRaised helmseat provides excellent visabilityCleats are recessed into the coamingScuppers on deckEndgrain balsa core is used in teh hull and in all horizontal areas of the deckHandlaid fiberglass

Sails and Rigging
Z-Sail Mainsail 2003Jib155% True North Genoa3/4 oz Triradial spinnakerSchaefer split drum roller furlerSpinnaker pole(20 Barient 22 winches(2) Barient 24 winches(2) Barient 18 winches(2) Barient 10 winchesHarken mainsheet traveleris full width and set on bridge deck to be out of the wayDouble spreader aluminum mast is keel steppedRod standing riggingHydraulic backstayForespar manual boomvangI: 44.5J: 13.09P: 39.25E: 11.21

Mechanical
Automatic bilge pumpManual bilge pump in cockpitManual and pressure water (cold)Manual head with overboard discharge, 24 gallon holding tank, deck pump out


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