About this Sailboat:
This immaculately-kept yacht is the C400 MK I two-cabin model built in 1995. The spacious owner’s stateroom in the stern has twin hanging lockers, abundant storage and centerline king size double berth. The forward stateroom has a V-berth and hanging locker. Each cabin has a private head with shower. Sleeps seven comfortably with 3 temporary berths in the main salon. The interior is nicely finished with varnished teak and holly. Ample interior space with 6 6 headroom in main salon. Rigged for easy handling by a sailing couple.
This C400 MK I is very sturdily built, with a keel-stepped mast. This is one of the key features that the MK IIs do not have. The twin helm configuration suites the broad beam carried aft and allows easy movement throughout the cockpit, particularly for accessing a dinghy off the stern platform.
The yacht, located in the North West, is fully equipped for coastal cruising and could easily be upgraded for offshore if so desired. She has never been chartered or competitively raced. A recent survey in 2011 concluded:
(the yacht) was found in above average condition for a vessel of her age and class, she shows pride of ownership and as having received regular maintenance and upgrades. I found no significant defects in her hull, deck or cabin structures, her systems appear in working order and to confirm to ABYC.
(Not for sale to residents of the United States)
Equipment on Board:
Dual pedestal wheels.
Blue Sunbrella Dodger with hard lexan windows (2010) and side grab rails.
Full-battened mainsail with Dutchman flaking system.
130% roller-furling genoa.
Cruising spinnaker with sock.
Sloop-rigged, double spreader Sparcraft mast and boom.
Outhaul winch mounted on boom.
Heavy duty Shaeffer 3000 jib roller furling gear, led back to a #40 Lewmar 2 speed winch.
Garhauer Mainsheet Traveler system with 6-part control lines led to cockpit.
All lines are led to cockpit through turning blocks and line clutches.
Jiffy reefing systems on double reef points all managed from the cockpit.
#40 Harken Electric main halyard winch.
#40 Lewmar halyard winch on port.
Two #54 Lewmar primary winches.
All winches self-tailing.
Heavy duty stainless double bow rollers.
44 pound Bruce anchor with 200 ft chain/rode.
33 pound Bruce anchor (secondary) with 200 ft chain/rode.
Maxwell electric windlass and anchor wash-down pump.
42 hp 4-cylinder Westerbeke diesel engine.
3-blade 18 inch Max-Prop (feathering) with dripless bearing shaft.
Two alternators on engine including 100 amp alternator for house batteries.
Two Espar diesel-fired forced-air heaters.
Instant hot water (propane) plus 11 gallon hot water heater (110 volt and engine heat).
Four golf cart house batteries with 440 amp-hours capacity.
One 4D starting battery.
Heart Interface 2000 inverter/charger.
Link 2000 electrical monitoring and control system.
Each head has separate holding tank and macerator pump.
Raymarine c-80 chart plotter with radar overlay.
Raymarine 6000 Autopilot with hydraulic power.
Garman GPS 65 secondary GPS.
2 compases on pedestals plus the flux-gate compass for the autopilot.
ICOM M402 mounted VHF radio with cockpit speaker.
In-cabin gas vapour detector.
In-cabin carbon monoxide detector.
King-sized bed in master with wooden slat springs.
V-berth is king-sized width at head.
Dining area converts to king size berth in main salon.
Customised settee in main salon used as single bed.
Fabric interior cushions with custom settee on port side.
Brass clock and barometer.
Full navigation station has swing-out seat.
6′ 6″ head room in main salon.
Teak and holly flooring with area carpets.
Three-burner, gimballed propane stove with oven.
Separate refrigerator and freezer with independent compressors and controls.
Goldstar microwave oven.
Hot and cold pressure water system with accumulator.
Deep, twin stainless-steel sinks.
10 foot Brig RIB (fibreglass) 3 inflatable air chambers.
8 hp Mercury outboard engine.