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|LOA||34 ft 7 in|
|Length at Water Line||27 ft 6 in|
|Beam||10 ft 7 in|
|Max Draft||5 ft 3 in|
|Min. Draft||5 ft 3 in|
|Total Sail Area||702 ft²|
|Headsail Area||446 ft²|
|Mainsail Area||256 ft²|
|Max Bridge Clearance||51 ft|
|Engine Model||Atomic 4|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
|Designer||Cuthbertson & Cassian|
|Builder||Hinterhoeller Ltd. / C&C|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 20 gal (GRP)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 26 gal (Plastic)|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 30 gal (Plastic)|
Price just reduced!
Owner says that all reasonable offers will be considered.
The C&C 35 MKI (Mark 1) has a well-earned reputation for being a fast and handsome racer/cruiser that still looks and sails as well (or better) than many newer boats in its class... even after 40+ years. It's true that good looks and good sailing performance never go out of style.
Unlike the newer MKII (Mark 2) which is quite a bit heavier, the C&C 35 MKI performs exceptionally well in light air which makes her a dream to sail on those beautiful "blue sky" days. The C&C 35 continues to place well as a club & distance racer and has a large and enthusiastic owners group.
Long-time racing sailor & instructor Steve Purdy describes the C&C 35 MKI as “easy to handle and comfortable for two to cruise, but still fast enough to enjoy racing and to be competitive”.
This particular C&C 35 (Hull #90) has been owned and enthusiastically sailed (but never abused) for the past 10 years by a USCG Master and professional captain. However, it is now time for this boat to find a new owner because professional and family obligations leave little time for pleasure sailing. As difficult as it is to part with such a true and loyal boat, the owner will consider all reasonable CASH purchase offers.
The hull construction is typical for her age: Simple and strong, with relatively thick, hand-laid, solid fiberglass. The deck is fiberglass and balsa composite. The toe rail is aluminum - very functional and low maintenance!
She boasts an array of winches, a 140% Genoa, standard battened mainsail with two reef points, and a newer 150% drifter. Sails and rigging are reported to be in good condition. The boat is rigged for a spinnaker but does not include one.
Ground tackle consists of a 33 lb Danforth (12’ of 3/8 chain & 150’ of ¾” line) and a 30 lb CQR as a spare.
With an air draft of 51 feet (including VHF antenna), this boat easily slides under the Julia Tuttle Causeway just north of Miami. This, combined with a 5’ 3” draft makes her very ICW-friendly.
The original Atomic 4 has been well maintained and continues to start & run flawlessly. A new water pump was installed in 2017. Engine hours are unknown due to a non-functioning hour meter. The owner is willing and able to provide professional guidance to a buyer that wishes to re-power this boat with a diesel engine… Several diesel re-power options are available locally at a reasonable cost.
A large portlight over the saloon makes the interior bright and inviting even on overcast days. The saloon and V-Berth are uncluttered and comfortable. Headroom and storage are generous throughout. A three-burner stove with oven (propane) and functional ice-box are located to STBD in the galley.
The boat is trimmed in Pacific Blue Sunbrella, including the Bimini, Companionway cover, Genoa sacrificial, and interior cushions.
Overall, this C&C 35 is in good shape for her age. Though a new owner may want to invest some “sweat equity” to keep her looking her best, she is a very functional and inviting boat in her present condition.
There is a salt-water Jabsco manual head and a pressurized fresh water system. Sailing instruments are older and probably due for replacement. There is no battery charger installed but a portable battery charger is included in the sale. There is no hot water heater or windlass.
Year Built: 1971 (Hull #90)
LOA: 34 ft 7 in
Beam: 10 ft 7 in
LWL: 27 ft 6 in
Bridge Clearance: Mast head to waterline: 51’ (includes height of VHF antenna)
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Displacement: 10,500 lbs
Engine & Running Gear:
Engine: Universal Atomic 4 (30 HP). New water pump 2017.
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Type: Inboard/Direct Drive
Propeller: Two Blade Fixed (reconditioned in Jan. 2017)
Shaft: New prop shaft and cutlass bearing (Jan. 2017)
VHF: Standard Horizon w/ DSC
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (26 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 fiberglass with filter and shut off valve (20 Gallons)
Black Water Holding Tank: 1 Plastic (30 Gallons)
Mainsail: Battened with 2 reefing points,
Genoa: Roller Furling, Approx. 140%, with 5 year old sunbrella (Pacific Blue) sacrificial.
Drifter: Approx. 150%, Good Condition. New 3/8 inch sheets.
Spinnaker: Rigged with halyard, pole, downhaul, and mast track (but no Spinnaker)
Deck & Rig:
Bow & Stern rails, lifelines & gates.
Mast: Keel stepped.
Main Winches: (2) Lewmar 44 self-tailing
Aux Winches: (2) Barlow 24 & 16
Mast Base Winches: (2) Barlow 24 &16
Cabin mounted Winches: (2) Barlow 22 & 16
Boom Winch: (1) Lewmar 5
Pedestal steering. Bimini over steering station & companionway cover.
Primary Anchor: 33lb Danforth with approx.12 feet of 3/8” chain, 150’ ¾ inch line
Secondary Anchor: 30lb CQR auxiliary in STBD lazarette.
Most cushions have been recovered with pacific blue sunbrella (w/ white piping).
Fiberglass 8' dinghy w/ 2.5HP Evinrude outboard.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.