1987 C&C

41

$70,000 CAD

St. John's, NL

This is a very well equipped, and an incredible example of the successful C&C 41. Originally built for a long-time sailor and C&C owner for offshore sailing, she was essentially a semi-custom build, with additional glass and structural tabbing added to the hull. She has been very well maintained and updated, and the hull and rig were professionally awlgripped in 2007. Call now to book your viewing today! New Pictures added August 2016

Overview

  • Category sail
  • Condition Used
  • Model Year 1987
  • Make C&C
  • Model 41
  • Engine Type Inboard
  • Class Cruiser, Racer, Racers and Cruisers
  • Boat Name Greyling
  • Location St. John's, NL CA
  • Hull Type Monohull
  • Hull Material Fiberglass

Measurements

  • Overall Length 40' 9"
  • Length at Waterline 33' 4"
  • Beam 12' 11"
  • Max Draft 8'
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Number of Steering Stations 1
  • Ballast Weight 8000 lbs
  • Displacement 17,500 lbs

Tanks

  • Fuel Tanks

  • Quantity 1
  • Capacity 20 gal
  • Water Tanks

  • Quantity 2
  • Capacity 30 gal
  • Holding Tanks

  • Holding Tanks 1
  • Capacity 24 gal

Other Information

  • Hull Type Monohull
  • Builder C & C

Engines

  • Engine 1

  • Make Yanmar
  • Model 3HM35F
  • Year 1987
  • Drive Direct Drive
  • Engine Type Inboard
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Propeller 2 Blade, Folding

Interior

  • Number of Cabins 1
  • Number of Single Berths 3
  • Number of Double Berths 3
  • Number of Heads 1

Additional Features

  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Propane Stove
  • Oven
  • Propane Oven
  • Fresh Water Pump

Details

Starting forward is a private V-berth with loads of storage.  Immediately aft is a large hanging locker to port, and the head to starboard with integral shower, marine toilet with Y-valve, holding tank/deck pump out.  The main salon consists of a settee to port, and a U-shaped dinette to port (water tanks located under both), with a drop-leaf table on the centerline.  Outboard of the settee and dinette are pilot berths, which are unbelievably comfortable and cozy.  The dinette converts to a double-berth as well.

Aft of the main salon is the galley to starboard, which consists of a double sink with pressurized cold water, three-burner propane range (gimballed) with oven, and a deep, top-loading ice box with 12V refrigeration.  To port is the navigation station and a large and comfortable quarterberth.

Greyling also has a teak and holly sole, 2 overhead hatches, 3 opening ports and 2 dorades for ventilation as well as an Espar forced air diesel furnace, 

Equipment

Type of Windlass Electric
Anchor 20 lb plow anchor, spare 35 lb Bruce Anchor

Exterior Features

  • Bimini
  • Swim Ladder
  • Cradle

Exterior Equipment Details

  • SS bow and stern pulpit with double life lines and gates to port and starboard
  • T-shaped cockpit with pedestal wheel steering and 54" Edson wheel and brake guard
  • Swim ladder on transom with gate
  • Two speed Barient 36 primaries and Harken self tailing secondaries and 4 handles
  • Traveler on bridge deck
  • One Barient two speed self tailing winch and 3 x two speed Barient Cabin top winches for halyards and control lines
  • Genoa tracks with cars
  • Electric windlass with anchor roller and 20 lb plow anchor, 20' chain and 150' rode. Spare 35 lb Bruce anchor
  • Tan dodger with Bimini and connector

Electrical

  • Electrical Circuit 110 Volts
  • Shore Power Yes

Electronics

Plotter Raymarine C Series Multifunction display/chartplotter
GPS Raytheon NAV 398
Speed Log B & G
Compass Plastimo
VHF Standard Horizon
Stereo System Multi Disc CD Stereo
Wind Speed/Direction Brooke & Gatehouse Hornet 4 System

Electronic Details

  • SS bow and stern pulpit with double life lines and gates to port and starboard
  • T-shaped cockpit with pedestal wheel steering and 54" Edson wheel and brake guard
  • Swim ladder on transom with gate
  • Two speed Barient 36 primaries and Harken self tailing secondaries and 4 handles
  • Traveler on bridge deck
  • One Barient two speed self tailing winch and 3 x two speed Barient Cabin top winches for halyards and control lines
  • Genoa tracks with cars
  • Electric windlass with anchor roller and 20 lb plow anchor, 20' chain and 150' rode. Spare 35 lb Bruce anchor
  • Tan dodger with Bimini and connector
Fire Extinguisher 3

Safety Details

Safety

  • Horseshoe buoy and life sling 
  • MOB pole in stern tube with small drouge and strobe light 
  • Emergency tiller
  • First aid kit

Additional Information

  • 4 Fenders and dock lines
  • Wood cradle
  • Awlgrip hull and rig 2007
  • Semi -custom built with original owner adding an extra layer of glass throughout the boat as well as extra glass to all tabbing in the boat

Sails

Main Full batten Dacron with Harken Batt -cars
Furling Main Harken
Furling Genoa North 135% Dacron
Spinnaker North 1.5oz, North .75 oz and North .5 oz

Rigging

Mast Material aluminum

Rigging Features

  • Rod Rigging
  • Spinnaker Pole

Rigging Details

Rigging:
Anodized triple spread keel stepped mast, boom and spinnaker pole
Harken Furling system
Harken Mainsail battcars
Navtec Hydraulic backstay adjuster and boom vang
SS rod rigging
New spin halyard (2013) and new Genoa sheets 2015

Sails:
North full batten Dacron mainsail with Harken Batt-cars
North 135% Dacron furling Genoa
Hood 150% Mylar light #1
North 150% Mylar Medium #1
North 150% Kevlar/Mylar Heavy #1
UK 100% Tape Drive (Kevlar/Mylar) #3
North 90% Dacron #4
North 1.5 oz heavy spinnaker
North 0.75 oz spinnaker
North 0.5 oz light spinnaker
UK Flasher (in sleeve)
North spinnaker staysail
Storm Jib and trysail

DISCLAIMER
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.

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