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Priced to sell!
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Berkeley, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 69,500
The C&C 37XL plus combines features of the two popular C&C 37XL and 37R models. This 40 footer (37' on deck) was way ahead of it's time in construction and performance. This XL plus model has Kevlar hybrid lay-up in the hull and a triple spreader mast, yet accommodations below are what you would expect from a cruising sailboat. This example has been with her current owner the last 8 years and is a veteran of the 2012 Pacific Cup. Performance and a roomy, comfortable interior are found aboard. Make an appointment to see her-located at Berkeley Marina.
Please contact listing agent Jim Tull @ 415-233-0801 or firstname.lastname@example.org arrange a showing
Please contact Jim Tull at 415.331.0533
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: C&C International
Designer: Robert Ball
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 39 ft 9 in
Beam: 12 ft 7 in
LWL: 31 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 3 in
Displacement: 15700 lbs
Ballast: 7200 lbs
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1990
Engine Model: 3HM35F
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 30 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Plastic (50 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (44 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (20 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Total Liferaft Capacity: 8
Hull, Deck & Ground Tackle
Maggie's balsa and Kevlar cored hull stretches to nearly 40 feet, belying it's model name as a 37. The deck is a single unit fiberglass laminate with a balsa core. The external lead ballast keel (dropped and rebedded 2011) is a deep elliptical shape with bulb. The rudder (dropped and inspected 2011) is made with fiberglass exterior over foam and stainless steel webbing welded to a stainless steel shaft.
The wide side decks lead to an open transom at the aft end of the cockpit with a H&C shower. 2 large cockpit lockers swallow up gear, and the propane locker is located at the aft end of the cockpit. Nav lights are at deck level and at the masthead.
The single bow roller holds a lightweight Fortress FX-23 anchor on a 20' chain & 200' rope rode.
The mainsail has a newer canvas cover, plus covers for the winches and teak handrails.
Sails, Standing & Running Rigging
Maggie features a generous sail inventory:
Main: Hogin unit (2011)
Jibs: North #1 (2015), Hogin #3 in Kevlar (2014), Hogin #4 (2012), Hogin trisail (new)
Spinnakers: (2) .50 oz Quantum units (fair), .75 oz Hogin (little use), 1.5 oz Hogin (2013)
The triple-spreader mast was pulled in 2015 and inspected. It has running backstays, and the lines run through Spinlock rope clutches. Shrouds are stainless steel rods (not original). The headstay (2015) and backstay are wire. The backstay is fitted with a Navtec hydraulic adjuster, and an adjustable babystay with Schaeffer car moves on a 36" track to provide forward tension. A spinnaker pole is mounted on the stanchions when not in use, and moves through a line-operated track on the mast. Fairlead cars are line-operated Harken units. Inner tracks hold Schaeffer cars. A Harken traveler at the forward end of the cockpit and Quik Vang control boom movement. Halyards and sheets run aft and controlled by (4) banks of 3 Spinlock rope clutches. Winches are Barient 32ST primaries, with Harken double turning blocks adjacent, Barient 28 secondaries, and Lewmar 30ST units at the companionway. There is an assortment of Harken & Garhauer snatch blocks.
Engine, Drivetrain & Tankage
The engine is the original Yanmar 3HM35F installed when the boat was built. It has logged approximately 572 hours since the current owner purchased the boat in 2009. Total hours are unknown. The engine turns a 1 1/8" stainless steel shaft at the end of which is a 3-blade feathering Maxprop. Engine access is beneath the companionway steps, and thru large panels in the galley and aft cabin. The engine panel has a tachometer, fuel gauge and warning lights.
The aluminum fuel tank is located beneath the aft berth. The two plastic water tanks lie beneath the port and starboard settees. A 6-gallon water heater runs off the heat exchanger and AC power. The holding tank is beneath the head sink.
Electronics & Electrical
Electronics at the nav station: Garmin 3206 GPS Map networked to the autopilot (control head in cockpit), Standard GX2150 VHF with AIS, Iridium satellite phone, Grundig portable SSB and a laptop computer contains navigation software. The main cabin features a NAXA 13" flat screen TV and 2 Bose speakers (no stereo)-2 more speakers are in the cockpit.
In the cockpit flanking the companionway: Raymarine ST60 Depth, ST60 Speed/Log, ST60 Wind (inop), ST60 Multi, and a ST70 control head for the ST6000 autopilot.
The engine spins a Balmar high output alternator, and the battery charger is a Prosport 20+ unit coupled to a Xantrex LinkPro monitor. A single solar panel on a removable stern rail provides extra juice away from the dock. There are (2) 130-amp Group 31 house batteries and a single Group 31 engine battery. Separate DC and AC panels are at the nav station. (5) AC duplex outlets are scattered throughout the interior of the boat.
Starting forward, the forward cabin has a large V-berth with storage cubbies beneath. There are 2 hanging lockers, a overhead hatch and privacy door. Just aft, the spacious saloon has 2 hatches, 4 windows, a U-shaped settee on starboard that converts to a double berth, a straight settee on port and a dining table that nestles around the mast. The aft-facing nav table has a nifty backrest at the end of the port settee. Aft of this is the head with a coved shower and clear door plus sump.There is a Jabsco manual toilet, a bi-fold privacy door and a window. The galley is aft of the U-shaped settee, and passing through a privacy door takes you to the aft cabin, which has a huge double berth beneath the cockpit sole, hanging locker and plenty of drawers and lockers plus 4 opening ports. The cabin sole has just been refinished.
All hatches have screens and 2 Caframo fans are in the aft cabin.
The galley is starboard of the companionway, and features a double sink w/fresh and salt water foot pumps augmenting the pressure faucet, 3 burner LPG stove with oven, large refer (w/drain to sink) with Adler-Barbour refrigeration and small freezer, an overhead hatch and plenty of storage with 3 drawers, 2 lockers, 3 storage shelves and a microwave shelf.
Safety Gear: 4 Type II PFD's, 1 BC fire extinguisher in the fwd cabin, 1 BC unit in the galley, 1 A/B/C unit in the aft cabin plus another A/B/C unit in the LPG locker, and a CO detector. There is a radar reflector, 406 EPIRB, Lifesling, MOM 8A,ditch bag and a Viking 8-person liferaft in a rigid canister forward of the companionway (repack due).
Books and manuals for vessel and equipment are aboard.
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.