1976 C&C

38 Mark 1

$55,000 CAD

Long Pond, CBS , NL , CA

This C&C 38-2 is a beautifully styled, classic racer/cruiser with a fin keel, spade rudder, and keel-stepped mast with rod rigging and double spreaders designed by Rob Ball.


She features a traditional layout with a v-berth in the forward cabin with shelves, bureau, and lockers. Large overhead hatch and door for cabin privacy.


Moving aft is the ship's head to port with marine toilet, SS sink with handheld shower, sump pump, small opening hatch, and ample storage in cabinet. Opposite to starboard is a large hanging locker and storage cabinet, counter with AC outlet, and cabinet beneath for additional storage.


Continuing aft is the main salon with port and starboard settees, both with pilot berths outboard for additional storage and/or sleeping bunks. At the center of the salon is a custom, teak trimmed double dropleaf dining table mounted to the mast.


Aft to port you will find an ample forward facing nav station and opposite to starboard is the ship's galley with double SS sinks, propane stove with oven, and a large refrigerated ice box. Farthest aft to port is a large quarter berth. Upholstery in forward cabin, salon, and quarter berth is all recent and in excellent condition. Cabin sole is teak and holly and nicely finished.


Moving up the companionway stairs you enter a large, well laid out, secure cockpit with room for a racing crew to move around or for your cruising guests to comfortably relax.


At the center of the cockpit is a nicely finished, folding wood table attached to the steering pedestal. Plenty of space and amenities in the cockpit!


Category sail
Condition Used
Model Year 1976
Make C&C
Model 38 Mark 1
Class Motor Yacht
Boat Name Serenite X
Location Long Pond, CBS, NL CA
Hull Material Fiberglass


Length Overall 38'
Beam 12'
Displacement 14,700 lbs


Fuel Tanks

Quantity 1
Capacity 15 GAL

Water Tanks

Quantity 2
Capacity 30 GAL

More Details

  • $65K professional refit in Quebec 2004 including:
  • New Yanmar 40hp engine
  • Rewired - + new switch panels
  • Hull and deck painting and recored where needed
  • New Anderson 52 winches
  • New cushions and upholstery 
  • Espar heater
  • New custom built steel cradle (8 pads) built 2011 $3,500
  • Standing rigging replaced 2010 - OM Southshore yachts ($8k+)
  • New upper spreaders - Southshore yachts 2010
  • New Lewmar deck head winches and QR winch handles 2010
  • New spinlock clutches 2010
  • New Dyneema main and Jib halyards 2010
  • Raymarine tridata new 2010 including bronze through hull
  • New DSC VHF Icom radio and command mic
  • Custom full Bimini and Dodger (Alan Debank) 2021 ($7,500)
  • Zodiac inflatable dinghy 9.5 ft
  • Honda 2.3hp/4stroke O/B motor
  • Registered 2010 St Johns
  • Taxes paid 2010 (landed in Canada) 



  • Engine 1

  • Make Yanmar
  • Model 3JH3E
  • Year 2007
  • Power 40 hp
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours 1170
  • Propeller 3 Blade, Bronze


Number of Double Berths 1
Number of Twin Berths 2
Number of Heads 1

Additional Features

  • Manual Head
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Propane Stove
  • Oven
  • Propane Oven
  • Galley
  • Galley Table



Radar Raymarine
GPS Raymarine 80 Chart plotter/GPS
Compass Ritchie 5", Second unit at Nav. Station
Depth Sounder Simrad S15
VHF Icom 540 with DSC &and remote microphone unit
Auto Pilot Raymarine ST4000
  • Gateway Laptop Computer interfaces with plotter and AIS
  • Raymarine Tridata, log/speed/depth:  Raymarine ST60 with DST 800 bronze sender
  • AM/FM Stereo CD unit


Fire Extinguisher 4 fire extinguishers
Life Jackets 8
Life Rings 24 inch
Life Rafts 6-person Viking liferaft
  • Air Horn
  • Search Light
  • Navigational lights
  • Mustang Ocean Commander immersion suit
  • Horse-shoe style lifebuoy
  • Danbuoy with attached strobe light
  • Heaving line
  • 2 x flashlights
  • Flares
  • First aid kit
  • Aluminum emergency tiller

Sails & Rigging


Listing Broker: Matt Debicki

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.