In 1961, when two Canadian sailors—George Cuthbertson, a mechanical engineer, and George Cassian, an aircraft designer—formed the design group Cuthbertson and Cassian, they could not have foreseen the legacy their partnership would create. Through the years they produced quality cruising and racing vessels. By the early '80s, C&C had established itself at the forefront of the sailing industry, from both sailing results and business standpoints. Its success on the racecourse continues today. Originally a Rhode Island boat, this boat (Pocho) was purchased used in 2003 and sailed in 2004 to the Hudson River and then in 2005 was sailed through the Great Lakes by a gentleman who unexpectedly passed away in 2008. She now has been recently commissioned in the water on Lake Superior and then motored to Ashland, WI. She sleeps 7-8 crew/family members in a cabin with full standing headroom and new upholstery. Practically everything on this boat, in terms of equipment, has been replaced and is new, but there is a little unfinished work to be done and most of it is straight forward. The engine was rebuilt in 2004 and new mounts added. The starter and water pump were also replaced. The strut was rebedded and the cutlass bearing replaced as was the prop. The transmission seals are new. Shift cables were tended to. Misc hoses replaced as needed. There is a new control panel and wiring. The fuel tank has been cleaned and new filters added. She runs extremely well. All the brightwork has ten coats of varnish. The teak interior is quite beautiful. The mast has been rigged and stepped. The fresh water system has been plumbed and works with the exception of the manual pump which is a minor fix. The head works well and is plumbed. Most of the photos are before the most recent work has been completed. More up to date photos are now posted. 8/23/2010 notes: The engine starts immediately and runs very well. The shaft has recently been aligned. The owner is motivated to sell. There are teak and holly cabin floor boards, but they are not visible in the photos.
Hello, my name is Bill Hooper. I have been in the sailboat business for over 30 years and started in the service repair end and moved into sales. So, I have a good understanding of systems and how to evaluate most everything dealing with the vessel. In addition I have been sailing and racing boats for all those years and so understand the needs of various sailing venues from inland dinghies to offshore salt water passage making and most anything in between. I have a great knowledge base involving most anything with sailing and can help you sort out the differences and what is important in a boat used for different purposes and in different sailing areas.
Please contact Bill Hooper at 651-436-8795 or 1-800-377-8795
Please contact Bill Hooper at 1-800-377-8795
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Rob Ball
LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 4 in
LWL: 21 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
45# Danforth Anchor w/ ¾” rode 35# Danforth Anchor w/ 3/8” rode & chain Marine Head w/Sink & new faucets, shower & Toilet w/Holding Tank Double-spreader, keel stepped mast w/rod rigging & Norseman fittings & recently repainted boom New Running Rigging of Spectra & Kevlar 2 North Mainsails w/Black Sail Cover (1 Dacron & 1 Laminate) Storm Jib North Kevlar Working Jib 2 North 130% Genoas (1 Dacron & 1 Laminate) 1.5 oz. Spinnaker w/Pole Reacher Schaefer 2100 Jib Furling System (new) Navtec Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster (rebuilt)
Fire Extinguishers Inflatable PFD & Safety Harness Horse Shoe Buoy Alert Locate Flare Kit Fog Bell Whale Gusher Manual & Auto Rule 1500 Electric Bilge Pump
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-362-7988Tel: 651-436-8795