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1982 C&C 30-1

CAD45,000

1982 C&C 30-1

Make:
C&C
Model:
30-1
Model Length:
30 ft
Price:
CAD $45,000
Year:
1982
Boat Name:
Lillie Kanin
Hull Material:
Fibreglass
Number of Engines:
1
Fuel Type:
Diesel
YW Number:
76246-0

Listing Broker

Craig Hemmes

Yacht Broker - North Vancouver

Cell:604-315-8457

Office:250-716-2022

Lillie Kanin

1982 C&C 30 – 1

With over 800 built, the C&C 30 Mk1 is, arguably, one of Canada’s most successful racer/cruisers. Production began in 1973 and ceased in 1985 — a 12-year period that represents the longest production run of any single design version in the history of C&C Yachts.

The 30 is generally described as an all round, user-friendly boat, forgiving, comfortable and easy to handle, with a reputation as one of the stiffest C&C ever built. Given these qualities, the 30 is the consummate cruiser. It is probably for this reason that it did not receive the design scrutiny of many of its siblings; it was ideally suited for its design requirement – cruising.

The most distinguishing feature of the 30 MK1 are the two dorade boxes that appear on either side of the mast, built into the coach roof. Their primary purpose is air ventilation for the cabin interior; secondary functions are stiffening the cabin top and providing flat surfaces for the halyard winches. The second, more subtle distinguishing feature is the distance between the two lights or windows. A larger and smaller window exists on either side of the cabin top of each boat. The mast of the 30 mounts through the coach roof and steps atop the keel.

The foredeck is clean and unobstructed with the mast set well back to produce a relatively large foretriangle, typical of the traditional masthead sloop. The coach roof rises gently with a low angle from the high, cambered deck, reflecting the gracefulness of her lines. The side decks are of generous width, sloping continuously down from the bow, narrowing at the cockpit coamings, aft of the primary winches. The coach roof is relatively broad with a hatch in front of the mast and teak handrails on either side.

The cockpit area is generous in size; the cockpit seats are long, wide and straight, almost reaching the transom. Originally designed for tiller steering, wheel steering quickly became an option and, in the later years, was standard equipment. Again, as in the case of the 27, those boats sporting a wheel require the helmsman to step up on the cockpit seat in order to get to the helm.

The boat’s generous beam accommodates a very comfortable cabin with standing headroom. Vee-berths up front with storage shelves over either side. Just aft of the V berths is a head and vanity to port and a large hanging locker with shelves to starboard. A large dinette to port and a settee berth to starboard make up the main cabin. This area is separated from the companionway by the galley which consists of an icebox and counter space to port and a stove and sink to starboard. The teak companionway steps are removable for access to the engine compartment. ( Canadian Yachting)

Specifications

LOA:
30ft
Length:
30 ft
Beam Measure:
10ft
Displacement:
8000lbs
Number of Heads:
1
Number of double berths:
1
Fuel Tanks#:
1
Fuel Tanks Capacity:
18 gallons
Fuel Tank Material:
Aluminum
Fresh Water Tanks#:
1
Fresh Water Tanks Capacity:
20 gallons
Fresh Water Tank Material:
Plastic
Holding Tanks#:
1
Holding Tanks Capacity:
12 gallons
Holding Tank Material:
Plastic

propulsion

Engine #1

Make:
Yanmar
Model:
2GM20F
Type:
Inboard Direct Drive 13 hp
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Year:
1982

New Upgrades 2022

  • New Webasto Air Top Evo 40  diesel furnace
  • Newly sealed cabin windows and deck to hull joint
  • Dodger upgraded with new clear plastic windows
  • New Mediterranean three burner propane stove/oven
  • New sheets for spinnaker and self furling jib
  • New swim deck installed on starboard side of transom
  • All cabin lights replaced
  • New lighting on both side of galley
  • New propellor & shaft
  • New bottom paint
  • Overflow protection installed in the head
  • New Quicksilver tender

New Upgrades 2021/2020/2019

  • New GPS chart plotter, depth sounder with fish finder – Hummingbird Helix (2021)
  • New autohelm (2021) – can interconnect with chart plotter
  • Electrical wiring upgraded (2020)
  • House batteries all Lithium ion (2020)
  • New windlass & CQR anchor (2020)
  • New lifeline (2020)
  • New Torqeedo Travel 1003 electric outboard

Domestic Equipment

  • Stove – Dickinson Mediterranean 3 burner with oven
  • Refrigerator – Ice box with 12V compressor and cold box
  • Heater – Dickinson Newport bulkhead heater/fireplace (propane) and Webasto Air-top EVO  40 diesel furnace
  • MSD – Jabsco manual marine direct overboard or to holding tank with macerator pump discharge
  • BBQ – Dickinson Sea (propane)
  • Sony CDX-M10 12V stereo/CD

Mast & Rigging

  • Masthead Sloop – single inline spreaders, adjustable split backstay, keel stepped
  • Sail area 459 sq.ft.
  • Aluminum mast and boom
  • 1 X 19 SS wire rigging with chrome/bronze turnbuckles
  • Hood Seafurl genoa furling
  • Winches:
  • 2 X Barient 22-39ST primaries
  • 1 X Barient 10 Std cabin top controls
  • 2 X Barient 10 at mast base
  • Sails:
  • Dacron mainsail and genoa
  • Nylon cruising spinnaker

Deck

  • Stainless steel pulpit, pushput and stanchions with double SS life line
  • Teak hand rails on cabin top
  • Pin-stop mainsail traveler and genoa t-tracks
  • Boom Kicker vang/boom support
  • Canvas dodger and pedestal cover
  • Stainless steel outboard crane
  • Anodized aluminum roe rail

Electrical

  • Approved Marine
  • 12VDC
  • Shore power 30A
  • Overload protection via circuit breakers
  • Batteries Lithium ion
  • New cabin lights 2022

Navigation

  • Navigation lights
  • Ritchie 5″ pedestal compass
  • Raymarine P70 Autopilot
  • Standard Horizon VHF with RAM mic
  • Hummingbird Helix 5 GPS/plotter/sounder
  • TackTick MN-30 wind display

Tender

  • Quicksilver inflatable 5 person
  • Torqeedo Travel 1003 electric outboard

Safety

  • 2 adult vest, 1 child vest
  • 5 person quicksilver tender
  • Life sling rescue collar
  • 12 X type B flares
  • Flashlight
  • Transom ladder
  • Octahedral type radar reflector
  • Carbon Monoxide/Propane detectors
  • 2 X 5lb dry chemical fire extinguishers

Anchoring

  • CQR 33 lb with 50′ chain and 100′ 3 strand rode
  • Lewmar Pro-Fish 12 V reversible windlass with helm control and wireless remote
  • Stainless steel bow roller
  • Chain locker
  • Danforth 15lb chain and rode spare

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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Listing Broker

Craig Hemmes

Yacht Broker - North Vancouver

Cell:604-315-8457

Office:250-716-2022

1982 C&C 30-1

Listing Broker

Craig Hemmes

Yacht Broker - North Vancouver

Cell:604-315-8457

Office:250-716-2022