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Fully Equipped C&C 60 Sailing Yacht



Listing ID:
1120

DESCRIPTION:C&C 61 sailing yacht
DATE LAUNCHED:1970
LENGTH:18.67m (61.25ft)
BEAM:4.63m (15.08ft)
DRAFT:2.51m (8.25ft)
LOCATION:Turkey
BROKER:Clive Bennett
PRICE:US $149,000 (offers considered)

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General Description:

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Overview:
This is an excellent classic sailing yacht capable of international voyaging with a moderate displacement and easily-driven hull. Designed by the world-renowned naval architects at Cuthbertson & Cassian Yacht design (C&C) and built with high construction standards by Bruckman custom yachts. Originally conceived to race against the 12-meter yachts in New York and the other great boats at the height of the Southern Ocean racing conference (SORC) racing under the CCA rule. This yacht has all the great features of a true sea boat and has also been modernized with roller furling updated main track and retractable forward and aft thrusters to allow easy short-handed sailing as well as docking in all situations. For the last 18 years SORCERY been with the current owner who extensively cruised in North America and Europe with his family as his 2 children grew up. Suitable for both a short-handed crew for extended voyaging anywhere you desire or for a full team to get onboard for a classic sailing regatta.
 
Specification:
Flag Canada
LWL 15.24m (50’)
Hull Material - Fiberglass
Ballast 10060 kgs (22178 Lbs)
Displacement 25990 Kgs (57298 Lbs)
 
Engine
Engine Brand - Perkins
Engine Model - 4236
Engine hours – 3500
Cruising speed - 7.5 knots at 1800 rpm
Engine wet exhaust fully changed in 2014 with all components replaced from the engine mix elbow to stern
 
Tankage
tank - 400 liters (100 gallons)
Water tanks 2 x 40 gallon + 1 x 25 gallons
Grey water tank - 20 gallon
Black water - 10 gallon
Double Racor filters and magnetic filter on fuel system
Tank tender system to monitor fuel and three fresh water tanks
 
Accommodations
Master stateroom forward with double bunk to port and a single settee available to stbd
Main cabin 2 x single pilot berths and 2 x settee berths
2 x aft quarter single berths
Dining room converts to a double bed
2 heads with showers, 1 head plumbed to holding tank and 1 head that flushes overboard and also doubles as the wet locker while at sea with access at the bottom of the cockpit ladder
 
Galley
Great galley for cooking while underway
3 burner stove and oven
Safety rail
Propane safety solenoid and gas sensor system
CO sensor
Fixed cutting board
Suitable counter space with fiddles
Double stainless-steel sink fitted with hot and cold pressure water as well as cold salt water and cold fresh water foot pumps for economical control at sea
1 cold box and 1 top opening fridge with holding plate system, keel cooled condenser for maximum efficiency and lowest electrical consumption
 
Navigation station
Chart table and bench situated to port at the bottom of the cockpit ladder
Raytheon C120 Multi function display
Raytheon 24-mile radar
Furuno GPS
Magellan GPS
VESPER AIS with dedicated display
ICOM SSB with auto tuner
West Marine VHF
SILVA VHF with MMSI distress button
Inclinometer
NASA NAVTEX
USB charging points
COMNAV autopilot with spare pump and control head
Comnav jog + power steering tiller
Autopilot hydraulic cylinder is mounted on dedicated tiller arm fully independent of radial steering system
 
Electrical
Electric system upgraded, and new panel installed with ability to cross over the three battery banks when required
AC and DC gauges and battery monitor system
Engine fitted with two alternators with 1 dedicated for the starting bank and 1 for the house and the forward windlass/ bow thruster bank.
Shore power cables for 220 and 110 systems
Step down transformer for 220 shore power reduction to allow vessel to run on 110 volts
 
Batteries
4 x 110-amp hour VICTRON AGM Blue Power batteries in main bank - New in 2017
2 x 110-amp batteries in engine starting bank – new in 2015
2 x 110-amp batteries forward for bow thruster and windlass – New in 2017
High current 12 to 24-hour knife switches forward and aft for thruster system
 
Sails
Cutter rigged with removable inner forestay on Highfield lever
SA - 159.04 m² (1712 ft²)
Doyle Main with 2 full batten / 2 half batten + slab reefing x3
Staysail
Doyle Roller furling # 2 high clew – less than 50 hours of use
2 spinnakers
#3 job top
Storm jib
Trysail
 
Rigging
Reckman roller furling on head stay
Batcar system and track on mast
Navtec hydraulic boom vang
Navtec hydraulic back stay adjuster
Full set of blocks
Spinnaker pole
Reaching strut
2 x 3 speed coffee grinders on deck
19 deck winches for halyard and sheets
4 stoppers
 
Anchor gear
50 KG Bruce with 350 feet of all chain rode
Muir windlass
400 feet of ¾ samson Goldbraid anchor line
35 kg claw anchor
High tensile aluminium Danforth anchor
Dingy anchor
 
Thrusters
Sliepner side power proportional control 24-volt thrusters
Auto power of relays for each thruster
CanBus control system
Tender
3.2 m zodiac inflatable
2.5 hp Yamaha 4 stroke outboard
 
Main Propeller shaft
3 blade SS feathering propeller serial number S120150
Seaspurs rope cutter fitted
 
Safety
5 manual ABC fire extinguishers
1 auto fire extinguisher in engine compartment
Deck hatches are all Ocean series
10-man life raft new in 2016
Lifesling MOB recovery system
Rope ladder for self rescue
Ocean signal EPIRB
Life ring
6 life vests
 
Additional equipment
Stern passeralle
Boarding ladder boat hook
Various bilge pumps through out vessel
5 cooling fans
4 solar powered ventilation fans
2 large Dorade ventilators forward
3 separate areas with individual bilge alarms
CO and propane monitoring system
5 x 10 lb aluminum propane cylinders
Shore chain for mooring to rocks
Deck storage box
Radar reflector
10 fenders
Bimini on stern
Propane BBQ mounted on stern rail
Mooring lines for long term storage and transit lines
Surge springs with safety chains for long term med mooring applications
Forward companionway dodger

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IMPORTANT: 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 their agents, or their 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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