FOR SALE

1985 C&C 37 K/CB

$63,900 CAD

Dimensions:

LOA: 37’ 7″
LWL: 28’ 9”
Beam: 11’ 8”
Displacement: 14300
Draft: 4’ 7”
Bridge Clearance: 56’

Engines:

Manufacture: Yanmar
HP: 30
Model: 3HMF
engine

Tankage:

Fuel: 20 USG
Water: 60 USG
Holding: 24 USG

Accommodations:

The C&C 37 has a very spacious layout. From the bow she has a private forward cabin with ample space in the v-berth for two people. There is a bureau, cupboards and shelves offering plenty of storage stage.

Aft to port of the v-berth is the head that has a custom varnish coating to protect the teak from showering – looks better than new. Handheld shower is available for easy bathing while at sea.

Across from the head is additional storage and wet locker. The salon features a fixed centreline table with a settee to port and starboard. There is storage under the starboard settee, outboard in contained lockers or behind the settee backs. The port settee converts to additional sleeping area.

At the base of the companionway to port is the forward facing navigation station. There is an excellent working surface with overhead pod for electronics and additional installation area outboard.

At the base of the companion to starboard is a large u-shape galley. The double sink is forward facing and the counters wrap around to give plenty of working area and storage. The galley is equipped with hot and cold pressure water, Hillerange stove with oven, and ice box converted to refrigeration.

Aft of the navigation station is a large quarterberth.

Systems & Electronics

Xantrax Truecharge2 20 B&G Hornet 4 system with repeaters
Balmar 120 amp alternator B&G Hecta System with repeaters
Balmar MC-614 voltage regulator Raymarine ST6000 autopilot
2- 4D AGM batteries Raymarine RL70 chartplotter/radar
Link 10 battery monitor Auto-level backstay mount for radar
450 Watt wind generator Uniden DSC VHF radio
2 – 140 Watt solar panels Icom M710 SSB/autotuner
Jensen AM/FM/CD radio Furuno GPS
ShipModul Miniplex TV antenna and hailer at radar mount
Sitex AIS Engine gauges at navigation station
Hot and cold pressure water 2 – electric bilge pumps

Sails & Canvas

North Sharkskin Dacron main Dodger and bimini
Quantum #155 Pentax genoa Full enclosure with screens
Quantum .75oz asymmetrical spinnaker Cockpit cushions
UK .75oz symmetrical spinnaker Too many other sails to mention
UK Lazy Cradle

Deck & Rigging

Offshore spar with rod rigging Barient # 28ST primaries
Navtec hydraulic back stay Lewmar # 44ST secondaries
Harken furling gear House Barient # 29ST & 23 ST
Harken mast track foe spinnaker pole All control lines led aft
Forespar carbon bifer spinnaker pole Harken deck organizers
Offshore vang with aft led tackle 6 – spinlock stoppers on port
Offshore sea anchor 5 – spinlock stoppers on starboard
Harken mainsheet block system

Additional Info:

Bottom blasted and 4 additional coats of Interprotect applied 2014 New propeller shaft and cutlass bearing 2016
Micron CSC bottomcoat New windlass 2016
New rudder (Rob Ball design) 2000 Mast rewired 2013
PlasTeak cabin sole 2013 Centreboard removed repaired and replaced 2018
Plasdeck cockpit sole 2013 New centreboard pennant 2018
Dinghy-tow Centreboard pinned 2018

Additional Comments:

Persuasion is a Bermuda rigged vessel and is ready for her next adventure. We’ve had nearly two decades of adventures with her along with our four children and now grandchildren. From summers in the majestic Thousand Islands to two year long trips to the Bahamas, Persuasion has been a solid and seaworthy vessel allowing us to create countless memories. She is a capable boat that is in excellent working order for cruising. Also included is a 10’ Brig dinghy with a Mercury 15 hp outboard.

Persuasion is presently on the hard in the Cornwall ON area.
To book your viewing or for additional information please email persuasion37@gmail.com

cockpit (2)
Cockpit sole
cockpit
Cockpit

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