$$$$$ ADDITIONAL PRICE REDUCTION!!! Owner accepting all offers!
This is one beautiful sailboat inside and out! In developing this 37, C&C's chief designer, Rob Ball, combined a long waterline of almost 32ft with modest waterline beam and generous sailing waterline length. The result is a slim, fair underbody, with low wetted surface. The skeg is large and deep, with an elliptical profile and narrow chord length where it joins the hull. There is a partial skeg -ahead of the big rudder to help dampen the quarter wave, improve tracking, and to fair in a more substantial rudder shaft. In profile, the 37 looks as long and sleek as a lot of 40-footers. The secret, as it turns out, is that the boat gradually stretched out during the design process until its final overall length was almost 39ft. This is, of course, an excellent way to improve the looks of almost any yacht. The C&C 37+/40 looks sweet from every angle, with a nice sheerline, plenty of bow overhang and a sleek, unobtrusive cabin.
The bold window treatment effectively draws the eye down from the cabin top and makes the boat look remarkably low and rakish. The transom is nicely shaped. The construction of the C & C 37 + was years ahead of it’s time. Utilizing aircraft grade pre-impregnated balsa core material and Kevlar fabric, the hull and deck were laid up using vinylester resin for maximum blister resistance and light weight. All of the interior liners were overlaid and bonded to the hull and deck and the hull to deck joint was bonded with adhesive and then mechanically fastened with stainless steel bolts.
All of this creates a boat with light weight for top performance as well as superior strength. Her varnished teak interior is beautiful and accomodating for captain and crew! Recent Price Reduction!!"Creola" is a 1990 C&C 37+/40R Sloop rigged vessel. She is a preformance wing keel cruiser and a strong racing machine.
The 5' 11" draft provides comfortable sailing in the Gulf of Mexico as well as Florida's coastal waters. Five podium finishes in the 2011 Key West Race Week and a bullet in the 2012 Florida Sun Coast Race Week speak well of her racing capabilities. She comfortably sleeps eight but can be raced with as few as four.
The 3-cylinder 35HP Yanmar engine moves this ship at 7+kts when the wind dies. Husky #32 2-speed primary Barient winches along with six other winches make sail control a "breeze."
"Creola" had her hull & deck Awlgriped in 2010 and the bottom is coated with VC17 racing bottom paint. Hard to believe but the owner dry sails "Creola" and she is in the water less than a month each year. She has a sail inventory of over 14 sails, including three mainsails, seven Jibs & genoas and four spinnakers.
The owner is ready for this great racing machine to find a new home.
Call Bob Miller at 941 773-9353 or Bob Fillingham at 727 460-5687 or Shar Fillingham at 727-403-0520 to arrange a private showing. Bob Miller has over 50 years of sailing expierience ready to work for you in buying or selling your vessel. Call Toll Free (888)830-1421 or 727-460-5687 or 727-403-0520
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: C & C Yachts
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 39 ft 8 in
Beam: 12 ft 7 in
LWL: 32 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 37 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 11 in
Displacement: 15200 lbs
Ballast: 7500 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Total Power: 35 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1990
Engine Model: 35hp Fresh Water Cooled
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 35 HP
Number of single berths: 6
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Seating Capacity: 8
Wind speed and direction
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Sea water pump
Shore power inlet
With a spacious "open" layout, Creola can accommodate up to nine adults.
(2)V-Berths in forward cabin
2-Transom berths (port & starboard) in main cabin
1-Pilot berth (folds out to a double berth in main cabin)
1-Pilot berth in main cabin
2-adjustable pilot berths in aft cabin (port & starboard)
Queen size bunks in aft cabin (can be split into 3)
Heat Espar-forced diesel 3 cabin forced air system
Table Removable, folding, solid teak on centerline main cabin
Shower, Hot & Cold water with sump drain in head
Head rebuilt with "Y" valve
The interior is varnished teak and the sole is varnished teak and holly. Dark blue cushions and several area carpets are included. Four overhead deck hatches, a skylight over the main salon and fixed side windows combine to add a lot of light and air into the cabin.
3-Burner stainless steel propane stove with oven & remote tank
Double basin fiberglass sink
Hot & Cold Pressure Water (6 gallon tank, 110V & heat exchanger)
12V Refrigeration with freezer in large top load ice box
Garmin 210 GPS-6 inch screen
Nexus:(entire system) wind, depth, speed, navi with server, dedicated compass
Sailcomp electronic compass
Raytheon VHF Radio
Ray Marine heavy duty autopilot with server, dedicated compass
3 Wet Cell 12 Volt Batteries
120AC and 12volt DC systems operate from custom breaker panel at navigation station
2 4-D AGM house batteries
1- group 24 wet cell engine starting battery
1- High output alternator
35hp Yanmar engine 3HM35F 3-cylinder diesel, fresh water cooled
Martec 2-Blade Folding Prop
Perko sea strainer
Duel lever controls at helm
Racor fuel/water separator
Jabsco Manual marine toilet
Holding tank with deck pump-out or via "Y" valve
Electric & manual bilge pumps
Pressurized water system
Two water tanks holding total of 60 gallons
Gear MOB pole in transom tube, Life ring, Anchor, Chain, Rode, USCG Equipment, Fenders, Shore power with cord, (3) batteries, all excellent, etc..
Hull awlgrip 2 years ago color Offwhite
Deck awlgrip 3 years ago color White
Bottom racing, VC17 finish ( boat is drysailed)
Running rigging condition, all excellent or very good
Navtec rod rigging, hydraulic backstay and vang selector in cockpit
Harken roller furling on head stay
Harken traveler in cockpit
Windex at masthead
Mains (1) Racing Dacron as new: (1) Club racing, transport Dacron good (1) Club racing 3DL good for light air very full
Genoas (1) 153% Racing triradial Pentex excellent: (1) 142% Racing triradial Pentex excellent (2) 100 % Racing 3DL very good
(1) 100% Cruising dacron #3 reefable to #4
Other (1) Storm Jib never used: (1) Storm Trisail never used
Spinnakers (1) 180% 3/4 oz excellent: (1) 180% 3/4 oz very good (1) 180% 1.5 oz very good (1) 180% .6 oz very good (2) misc practice 3/4 oz good
Special Sails:(1) 145% Roller Furling Dacron new (1) 180% 3/4 oz Asymmetrical Spinnaker excellent
Spinnaker Pole custom butt end
Whisker Pole custom butt end extends to 27Ft
Sail cover custom as new, Spare also
Fenders & Docklines
50' Shore power cord
12-lifejackets (Coast Guard approved)
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: 866-365-0702Tel: 727-460-5687