Rock Hall ,
The 44 C&C is a beautiful blend of a comfortable sailing vessel that is very capable of performing under race conditions is being offered for a very reasonable $69,900. The two-stateroom layout features a large centerline Island berth aft with head and shower. Her current Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (PHRF) for the Chesapeake Bay is a base handicap of 72! Rigged for shorthanded sailing or club racing. This is the ideal yacht for two couples or a family with children.
It is a racer and a cruiser that successfully exists in both genres. The first impression of this vessel is one of the sleek, notorious C&C hull shape that has been the signature of these vessels since inception. It is designed and built as a high caliber, attractive, comfortable, yacht that will appeal to both the cruiser and the aspiring racer. A walk around the boat on the hard reveals the beautifully engineered keel centerboard that, once again, affords the best of performance for the competitive sailor, and allows the cruiser of shallower waters to do just that- cruise in the Chesapeake unfettered. Looking at her deck layout and rigging, it is apparent it to favors the go-fast strategy- a multitude of winches, rod rigging, hydraulic backstay adjuster, running back stays, and a variety of ways to adjust the sails, shape the mast, and tweak the sail plan if the need is for speed. But, if an easy, laid-back cruise is your plan, you don’t need any of the gadgets and widgets. Just set the sails and go.
Below, Endurance is nicely appointed and updated with BRAND NEW TEAK FLOORING throughout. Additionally, all her salon windows were replaced. The starboard settee can be folded out into a double bunk. The aft cabin sleeps two comfortably on a full queen size centerline bed. There are five opening ports in this cabin. Endurance has two heads. The aft head features a full shower ensemble. The forward head is adjacent to the spacious V berth.
The L-shaped galley is equipped with SeaFrost refrigeration, a Force 10 propane stove/oven, microwave, and hot and cold pressure water systems. The main salon features a centerline drop leaf table, keel stepped mast and settee.
The vessel is powered by a Yanmar 54hp diesel with low hours (400) which easily drives the medium displacement (20,000 lbs.) hull through the chop. The propeller is a three-blade feathering prop that gives optimum performance under power and feathers to zero pitch under sail for minimum drag.
Topside, her deck was recently sealed, painted, and new anti-skid was applied. Her owner’s passion for is evident by how she shines.
C&C Yachts was formed in 1969, when Canadian boat builders Belleville Marine Yard, Hinterhoeller Ltd. and Bruckmann Manufacturing joined forces with the design firm of Cuthbertson & Cassian (C&C) Ltd. C&C Yachts quickly established a reputation as a builder of high-quality sailing yachts that were also successful on the racecourse. Throughout the late 1970's and early 1980's, C&C continued to develop and build new models, all of which were well received. Their revamped racing program brought the brand additional renown. By 1985, C&C yachts was left with a single plant at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
|LOA||44' (13.46 meters)|
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