Wednesday, June 11, 2014
REDUCED to 15k
1976 Sloop, built in Irvine California
LOA 29'11", LWL 24'7", Beam 10', Draft 5'
Blue booked ( fully registered) no K number
Sail area 449
Fully battened main with Jiffy Reefing (2 points)
Storm Jib, 135% (furling/well used), 153% (hardly used)
3/4 ounce tri-radial spinnaker with pole
Windex (wind direction indicator)
Force 10, 3 burner propane stove, oven with broiler (worth about $3,000)
Newtech gas controller with sensor and solenoid. Propane locker
V Berth (double)
Double and single in main cabin
Large 1/4 berth
Head, sink with manual whale pump
New upholstery Summer 07
New Marine head (no holding tank) plus porta potti
2 brass lanterns
Water tank (capacity 25 gallons)
130 hours on fully rebuilt 10 HP Volvo MD6A diesel engine(including pistons) ($6,000)
Fuel tank (stainless 25 gallon)
New (last year) Shaft, coupler and Campbell 3 bladed prop (3,200)
5 pound fire extinguisher
2 recent 12 volt batteries
12 volt plus 110 volt electrical system (shore power)
Charger (Sears automotive) and Auto Charger (Constavolt)
Electric and manual bilge pump
Bow pulpit, Pushpit, and double lifelines with 2 gates
Life ring, man overboard pole, Lifesling
Stainless steel stern swim ladder
2 Lewmar self tailing winches
3 additional Barient winches
Danforth anchor. 30 feet of chain, 200 feet of rode
Small grappling anchor (use as stern anchor)
Near new Ritchie binnacle compass
Wheel steering (with emergency tiller)
ElectronicsHigh power CD/MP3 player with 6x9 triaxial speakers
clock and barometer
SR Mariner knotmeter with log (not currently working)
Midland VHF radio
Coastal Navigator digital depth sounder
Full boat cover
Fenders, docking lines
1 fishing rod and rod holder
Stainless steel charcoal briquette barbecue
2 new bulkheads
Portable Toyosun kerosene heater
Asking Price $22,000 REDUCED to $15,000 CDN Contact: David Malysheff 250.480.1460
Boat is in North Saanich (not on Salt Spring)
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
- 2003 Nissan 3.5 HP Outboard
- 2003 Winches and Mainsheet Assembly
- 2003 Harken Roller Furling System
- 2003 Bulkhead Mount Compass
- New Sail covers
- Hiking Toerails
- 2005 Sobstad Jib (Pentex) used once or twice
- 2003 U.K. Jib (Chicago Tape Drive) in mint shape
- 2002 North Main (Dacron) Ok shape not great
- 1997 North Spinnaker (.75 oz – heavy air) mint shape
- 1997 North Spinnaker (.75 oz) mint shape
- Single Point stainless steel Lifting Strap suitable for hoisting the boat out of the water
more photos https://plus.google.com/photos/113328313547741029492/albums/5828985562721510641
Boat in reasonable good condition. SOLD SOLD
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Location; Salt Spring Island BC Sailing Club
Engine; single diesel
Builder; Dreadnought boat works
Designer; Bill Crealock
Beam 10' 5"
Volvo 23hp MD11D fresh water cooled 1.25 Lts per hour
Fuel 80 gal imp (2 tanks)
Water 40 Gal (2 tanks)
200 ft 5/16 ht chain
200 3/4 nylon
bronze winch (anchor)
2 sheet winches Barlow
1 halyard winch Barlow
8' Lapstrate F/G Dinghy c/w oars and sails
30 amp chord
1 x house battery
1 x starter battery
Seadog fuse panel
main battery switch
Electronics and Nav
Galley single ss sink with foot pump
Dickerson Bristol diesel stove w/oven
head with holding tank
The Romance has been maintained in good condition by her owner and constantly upgraded where necessary.
new bowsprit (fir)
new Main and Jib
all new discharge sanitary hoses and head
new mattresses and covers
4 bilge pumps 2 manual 2 auto
new 1 1/8 ss shaft and cutlass bearings
new engine coupling
new control cables
Romance is a classic Double ender with a Ketch Rig
Note Vain steering in photo in no longer exists SOLD SOLD
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Construction and Design
Designer. C&C, LOA. 35.5 ft, LWL. 30. 2ft, Draft. 5.5 ft, Beam. 10.5 ft, Hull. Fiberglass, Date Built. 1974, Weight. 13.000 lbs, Hull Colour - Cream, with Red boot stripe, Rig. Masthead, Spars and Rigging, Aluminum mast, single spreader, Internal halyards, baffled, Double luff-track headstay, Hydraulic backstay tensioner, Jib furler (Stream Stay), Spinnaker pole track, Spinnaker pole and telescopic whisker pole, Solid boom-vang (Spinlock), Powerful 6:1 purchase mainsheet blocks and traveler system, Sails Main: Dacron, full-batten, loose footed (North Sails, 2007), Genoa: Dacron, 135%, (North Sails, 2007), Spinnaker: 3/4 oz. (1999), Spinnaker: 1/2 oz. (1997), Sailcover and Lazy jacks.
Atomic 4 Gas engine, 25 HP, rebuilt 1999, low hours, 2:1 reduction gearbox, 7/8” shaft
11” Sailor 3-blade propeller.
VHF (Sea Sport 80), CD/Radio player (Sony), with cabin and cockpit speakers.
110 v. shore power inlet, and 50 ft., 30 amp., shore power cord, 3 - 110 v. cabin outlets, 1 - 12 volt multi-stage battery charger, bulkhead mounted, 2 – 12 volt deep cycle marine batteries, 2 – circuit breaker switch panels (Blue Sea).
2 – 10 gallon integral water tanks, 1 - 10 gallon stainless steel fuel tank, Waste holding tank, polypropelene.
Steering and Instruments
Cable and quadrant steering, Oversize wheel, 36”, (rope covered), Binnacle compass, Depth Sounder (Horizon), Speed Log (Horizon), Auto Pilot (Raymarine ST4999+) --not activated.
2 - Barient 26, primary sheet, 2 – Barlow 26 , secondary sheet, 2 – Barient 16, halyards, 2 – Barient 10, pole trim/ reefing, 2 – Merriman, 25 and 10, halyards and aux.
Dodger, Life ring, Man overboard pole, Stern mounted boarding ladder, Bruce anchor, 22lb (10kg), on 30ft. galv. 5/16 chain, and 130ft. 3/4” 3-ply nylon rope, Danforth anchor, 10lb, Force 10 BBQ, rail mounted.
Refrigerator, built-in, approx. 3cuft. with 12v. coldplate, Propane stove, two-burner and oven (Force 10), gimbaled, Pressure water, in galley and head.
The C&C35 MkII is one of C&C’s best ever designs for a racer/cruiser sailboat. She has pleasing lines to look at and sails well, quick and responsive yet stable, and offers spacious comfortable accommodation below, with 6’ 5”headroom in the galley area. The layout is conventional; with double V-berth forward, single settee berth in the main cabin (plus the dining table folds down to a large double bed), and a single quarter berth aft. This boat has been well maintained throughout her life and is in very good condition.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Sold: 1974 Columbia 26 MkII Sailboat asking $6000
Fibreglass hull, cast iron fin keel, diplaces 6000 lbs, 4'5" draft
Solid built daysailer weekender, this is a fun and easy to sail boat perfect for local cruising.
It is lightly equipped however the hull and rigging are very solid and in excellent condition.
The interior has some stains and the interior cushions could use replacingor refurbishing. The water tank is disconnected and the alcohol stove is a big question mark. We have owned this boat for three years and never felt comfortable with an alcohol stove so we used a propane camp stove that we will include with the boat. We were never on the boat more than 10 days in a row so we just carried jugs of water. Marine head but no holding tank.
It comes with a 8 Hp mercury outboard, 2 fore sails 1 has some rust stains, both are in good working condition. Main sail, with 1 reef, was recently in for some restiching and we were told it is still in very good condition. Two large lazarettes under the cockpit seats with lots of storage. Andersen winches. 2 anchors, main anchor is a Danforth with 30 feet of chain and 180 feet of line, spare anchor is a Bruce with chain and line attached.
Many recent upgraded items:
Hull was taken to bare and epoxy barrier coat proffessionaly applied to the cast iron keel and forward parts, then 3 layers of micron CSC bottom paint June 2008.
New running rigging, halyards 2008, main sheet in 2007
Genoa tracks rebedded cars replaced 2006
New running lights 2006, New interior lights 2008
VHF radio 2007, Windex 2008
Also included in the sale is an older polaris 8' inflateable dinghy with a older 2 hp outboard. Both in good working condition.
There is also a cockpit tent and a whisker pole.
Life jackets, life ring, flares plus more
2006 Survey available to view
Please call 250-537-1965
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Bayliner 3818 (38ft. 1988 model). Excellent condition.
Twin diesel Hino 175’s. Sleeps 6 in three cabins. Two heads (includes bath).
Full galley; 8Kw Onan generator
New: teak and holly flooring; drapes; upholstery;
New Aquapro 10ft 2in RIB. $95,000.
Contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 3, 2009
length 32ft, beam 9ft7", draft 5ft9"
Interior is all teak, drawers, doors bulk-heads & trim
fwd v-berth with skylight/hatch,
marine head with privacy door.
holding tank(15 imp gall) has jabsco pump and is overboard at this time as pump stations rare around here, but you can go into marine parks etc and not worry.
Two settees in main cabin can be berths.
heater is a Force 10 propane with exhaust chimney.
Quarter berth , stbd. side. very comfy. chart table hinges up, vhf is recent is dsc capable
galley has ice chest. many great meals have come out of that oven, all weathers !
engine has 15gal diesel tank, recent rings and bearings and fuel pump rebuild.
see enclosed list of work done over the years.
small electric bilge pump under engine
drive is a "Saildrive" with 2 blade folding prop---really nice design, (no shaft to drip)
tiller steering. cockpit has deep locker port, rope locker stb., propane tank under aft seat. also manual pump to main bilge.
Painted decks with non-skid last summer.
Micron bottom paint and new zincs every year.
Apart from flares out of date she met the local Coast Guard Courtesy check requirements.
Alan Betton ( TotalBoat Marine inspections) did a report 3 years ago and we did all the upgrades he suggested.
We have enjoyed this boat for 15years, she is always in the lead group in our club races,
awesome in light airs
We have cruised lots too, all seasons, mainly Gulf of Georgia, that picture is Princess Louisa Inlet 2008, 10 days trip.
Sails are older but very serviceable, 4 jibs, 2 spinnakers ( one a bit tired!)
If you want to race really seriously I have a friend in Bellingham with a suite of quite new sails off a sister-ship.
For more info contact Philip Grange email email@example.com