2007 C&C 115
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Sidney, BC
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 149,900
Winner of Sailing World Magazine's Overall Boat of the Year and Best Racer/Cruiser awards in 2006, the C&C 115 has proven to be an excellent design, whether racing or cruising. A carbon fiber rig, stiff epoxy hull, furling 110% headsail, aft-led control lines and a spacious cockpit make her a joy to sail. An active one-design class promotes close racing. The spacious interior, with two private staterooms and 6'3" headroom, makes her a very comfortable cruiser. This well maintained C&C 115 is a fantastic blend of sailing performance and cruising comfort.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Tim Jackett
Flag of Registry: Canada
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 37 ft 9 in
Beam: 11 ft 11 in
LWL: 33 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 8 in
Displacement: 11800 lbs
Ballast: 4200 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 11800 lbs
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 2007
Engine Model: D1-30
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1200
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 30 HP
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: Plastic (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (26 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (21 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Beautifully finished interior with varnished cherry cabinets, varnished teak and holly sole and grey fabric cushions (ultra leather in main cabin) make this feel more like a luxury cruiser than a spirited racer / cruiser.
Starting forward, the owner's cabin features a large double v-berth, two storage/hanging lockers, storage cabinets and two overhead hatches for sail-handling and ventilation.
The main salon features two sleeping length settees with Ultra-leather cushions and a centerline drop-leaf dining table in solid cherry and a filler board and cushion to convert to port settee to a double.
The galley is to starboard and features a gimbaled two burner Force 10 LPG stove with oven. The large galley sink is located near the centerline of the boat so as not to backfill when heeled.
The head is to port and offers good ventilation, a shower with clear plexiglass folding doors, a vanity and access through the shower to a very large lazerette (also accessible through port cockpit settee).
The navigation station is just ahead of the head and is forward facing with ample space afforded for the electronics, communication and entertainment systems.
The aft cabin offers a large double berth oriented for and aft so that I is a excellent sea berth.
Lee cloths are installed for main cabin settees.
- Large sink
- Gimbaled Force 10 stove with oven
- Hot and cold pressure domestic water
- Manual foot pump
- Ample storage lockers and shelves
Hull and Decks
- Fiberglass hull & decks; white hull, white decks New Awlgrip 2016
- Two sets of lifelines Dynema for racing and Vinyl covered stainless for cruising
- Swim ladder
- Anchor roller with a small sprit and asymmetric spinnaker tack line led to cockpit
- Large cruising dodger with drop curtains make a living space in the cockpit
- Small race delivery dodger that can be stored below when racing
- Wheel Steering
- Electric & Manual bilge pumps
- Manual head
- 16 gallon holding tank with Y-Valve
Electronics & Navigation
- VHF Radio with DSC
- Autopilot TMQ (see note below)
- Garmin 740 GPS with all Pacific Northwest charts and AIS integration
- Garmin NEMA 2000 backbone system
- Garmin depth and speed
- Garmin AIS transmit and receive
- PC based Chartplotter with all Pacific Northwest charts and AIS integration
- Computer in desk with two computer screens (one at navigation station and second on opposite side facing forward for navigation and/or DVD's
- Stereo with inside speakers
- Through hull camera system to check keel for weeds and kelp
Note: The TMQ autopilot was used due to it's ability to automatically disconnect completely from the steering to improve rudder feedback to the helm when sailing. TMQ is manufactured in Australia with very good customer service.
- 2 Group 31 AGM house batteries
- 1 Group 27 Engine start battery
- 30 amp 110 Volt shore power
- Battery charger
- LED cabin lights
- LED Navigation lights
- Webasto 5500 forced air cabin heater with thermostat
- OEM wiring in place for a windlass and cockpit speakers
Sails & Rigging
- Doyle dacron cruising main with less than 10 days use
- Doyle Kevlar Flex cruising jib with less than 10 days use
- 2010 Doyle Stratis racing mainsail (retired but still good for club racing)
- 2015 Doyle ICE racing mainsail in good shape and competitive
- 2010 Doyle 108% Stratis jib (retired but still good for club racing)
- 2015 Doyle 108% ICE racing jib in good shape and competitie
- Doyle working jib
- Doyle storm jib
- UK AO on a furler 2015 used a little but when it is, it really works
- 2015 Symmetric AP spinnaker
- 2106 UK A4 heavy air asymmetric spinnaker
- 2011 Doyle AP symmetric spinnaker
- Older Doyle spare spinnaker
- 8 man life raft
- MOB pole
- Extra manual bilge pump that can be mounted in cabin and pump overboard with Cabin closed (PIYA safety requirement)
- Custom designed wheel and pedestal guard
- All equipment needed to conform to PIYA offshore requirements
The boat was sailed in fresh water for the first five years.
She has competed extensively on Lake Ontario and the Pacific Northwest. Among the racing successes are:
- Won Lake Ontario Racing Council for of the first five years
- Won Youngstown Levels Regatta
- Won Boat of the Year for Lake Ontario and Lake Erie 2011
- Raced two Lake Ontario 300 races double handed, placing 3rd in the last
- Won Snake Island Regatta, Nanaimo
- Won Round Saltspring Regatta
- Won Cowichan Bay Regatta (winning 6 out of 6) and overall
- Won GIN (Victoria to Nanaimo)
- Won two legs of Van Isle 360 in 2015
- Won Round the County in 2016
Consistently finished in top of fleet in many other regattas.
When not competing, Rags has relaxed while cruising Desolation Sound, Princess Louisa and Gulf Islands
Mast / Rig
The mast on the 115 has been co-engineered by C&C Yachts and SP, the world leader in composite engineering and materials technology, to produce an optimal section for the boat. Built by Novis Composites utilizing pre-preg, carbon-fiber laminates, cured under pressure (100 psi) at 250 degrees F, the 115's mast is less than half the weight of a comparable aluminum mast yet is stiffer and stronger. The weight saved aloft adds to the 115's stability advantage and reduces pitching moment maximizing her performance. A carbon-fiber mast, once an expensive option or custom raceboat feature, is standard equipment on the C&C 115, further testament to C&C's dedication to advanced yacht construction.
The boat's fractional rig features a 110% One-Design genoa, sheeted to Harken adjustable housetop tracks set at 8.5 degrees for tight upwind sheeting angles. Offwind performance is optimized with a One-Design 15' 11" spinnaker pole allowing for an oversized symmetrical spinnaker. For daysailing or cruising, there are plenty of options for sailing with an asymmetrical spinnaker whether in a snuffer or not.
The 115 interior belies her raceboat capabilities. Using lightweight composite laminates, cabinetry is abundant and attractively finished in varnished cherry with laminated, curved trim. Bulkheads are attached to the interior components using Plexus methylmethacrylate adhesives providing additional stiffness to the hull structure without adding weight. Accommodations for six are provided in fore and aft double cabins and bunk-length main cabin settees. The forward facing nav station is designed to accommodate full navigational instrumentation. The galley is fit with a two burner gimbaled LPG stove/oven, large icebox, deep sink, and ample storage for provisions. A stall shower and large head are located aft and to port. By concentrating on weightsaving construction technologies the 115 delivers an interior befitting a comfy cruiser without giving up her dedication to top racecourse performance.
Manufacturer Provided Description
With her epoxy resin, eglass, and CoreCell core post-cured hull laminate, vinylester resin infusion deck, and a carbon-fiber mast as standard equipment, the 115 maintains highoctane performance ratios yet an interior that features two separate cabins, luxurious main cabin, sit-down nav station, large galley, and head with stall shower. The C&C 115's long waterline (33 feet) produces a very impressive 147 displacement/length ratio. Her epoxy hull laminate consists of an all uni-directional e-glass structural laminate locally reinforced with uni-directional carbon fiber and sandwiched on CoreCell linear urethane foam coring. The laminate is carefully impregnated in metered equipment, consolidated along with all reinforcements and the coring, and placed under vacuum to allow ambient temperature cure. After this,the laminate is post-cured in a computer-controlled oven to maximize the physical properties of the composite. Building the laminate this way produces the lightest, strongest, and stiffest structure possible and the weight saved can be used for interior appointments and additional ballast further enhancing the 115's performance and livability. The bulbed 4,200-lb lead keel has an extremely low center of gravity producing a high righting moment allowing a powerful sailplan resulting in a sail area/displacement ratio of 23.1.
The infusion deck's laminate is structured from unidirectional e-glass, Baltek AL 600 coring, and a custom-blended vinylester resin. Using resin infusion with these materials results in a lighter, stiffer, and stronger deck than those produced with the antiquated, low-tech polyester resin laminating techniques favored by most other builders. C&C's distinctive deck design is continued on the 115. Wide side decks with molded-in non-skid provide safe and secure maneuvering in a seaway. The signature ?slash? style portlights and classic C&C styling makes the 115 a head-turner in any harbor. The cockpit puts comfort and function first. The helmsman is pampered with a wrap-around helmseat with the 60" wheelwithin fingertip reach for upwind sailing. The main trimmer is given a convenient position just forward of the helmsman and has the mechanical advantage necessary in the Harken gross/fine tune mainsheet system to tweak the best performance possible. The cockpit seats are over 6 feet long and have high seat backs for comfort. C&C's custom toerail and stanchion design maximizes on deck space and offers a necessary toehold when moving forward in challenging conditions. With the racer/cruiser in mind the deck for the 115 is designed for maximum performance while offering comfort for after the race or when cruising.
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.