C&C Landfall 38
Other photos: Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4, Photo 5, Photo 6, Photo 7, Photo 8, Photo 9, Photo 10, Photo 11, Photo 12, Photo 13, Photo 14, Photo 15, Photo 16, Photo 17, Photo 18, Photo 19, Photo 20, Photo 21, Photo 22, Photo 23, Photo 24.
The C&C Landfall 38 was first introduced in 1979, and continued in production until 1985. The principal deminsions are 37' 7" LOA, 12' beam, and 5' draft. The displacement is 16,700 lbs, with 6,500 lbs of external lead ballast. About 180 boats were built over the seven year production run.
The Landfall 38 has a keel stepped mast with a spoon bow & a slight overhang stern and flat transom. She has a cozy aft cockpit and easy walk-through decks. The captian seat aft has curved upward combings added in to make you sit up higher.
Construction of the Landfall 38 is typical of other C&C models with composite hull of fiberglass resin and balsa wood core. There is a teak toe rail that is bolted together to the hull and deck with stainless steel nuts, bolts, & washers.
The Landfall 38's decks are well laid out & uncluttered. Side decks are wide and rigging shrouds are well inboard to allow easy passage fore & aft. There is an anchor well on the foredeck. The cockpit is T-shaped with a large diameter wheel. This is a good arrangement and very comfortable for the skipper.
The Landfall 38 is perfect for a coastal cruiser. The forward cabin has a V-berth arrangement. The V-berth cabin is followed by the main saloon with opposing port and starboard settes that convert into single berths when needed. Further aft along the port side is a large U-shaped galley with lots of storage & counter space. On the starboard side is an equally large head with sink & separate shower stall. Further aft is the owners cabin with a good sized double quarter on the port side and navigation station starboard.
Auxiliary power is by Yanmar's 30hp 3QM model. In order to maximize cabin space the engine is tucked in under the cockpit and has a V-drive gear. There is engine access through a panel in the quarter berth behind the compainionway steps and through the starboard cockpit locker. This is an easily driven hull, and 30hp is adiquate for most operating conditions.
Please contact Mark Henley at 252-975-2174
Contact McCotters Marina.