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1986 C&C 44

1986 C&C 44 Sloop for sale
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Introduction

About the 1986 C&C 44

This powerful sailboat is fast, spacious, and well-balanced. Turicum has been to Hawaii and back many times and has enjoyed first-place division honors at the Vic Maui race. The current owners have been looking after Turicum for almost two decades and have raced, cruised, and taught on board. She has been constantly upgraded over the years to ensure the vessel is safe and reliable for offshore travel. From replacing the rod rigging multiple times, upgrading to stainless steel chainplates, and constantly upgrading sails, this boat is full of great cruising and racing features.

The C&C 44 has a large cruising interior with two cabins and two heads allowing for fantastic privacy with visitors or family. The salon has lots of space for meals and entertaining and the galley has all the amenities you need for making great meals at anchor or underway.

An amazing balance of a successful racer as well as all the amenities for cruising, this C&C 44 is ready for its next owner.

  • Assumable moorage in Nanaimo

  • Strong, powerful, and fast

  • Two cabins, with separate heads

  • Island queen berth in the aft cabin

  • Espar diesel hydronic heating

  • Large galley with water maker

  • 2 mainsails, 7 foresails, 5 asymmetric spinnakers and 4 symmetric spinnakers

Features

Layout and Accommodations

The vessel interior, starting at the bow is the v-berth with storage below and beside. There is access from the v-berth to the forward head on the starboard. A hanging locker is on the port. Following is the main cabin with a settee to port and a pilot berth above. There is a center-line table with a large U-shaped settee on the starboard side that can be converted into a double berth with a pilot berth above.

Water tanks are below the two settees. To the aft is the full galley on starboard and access to the aft cabin. On port is a navigation station, an aft head, and access to the aft cabin. Centered is the ladder access up to the companionway and cockpit with engine access below. The aft cabin has a large queen berth with access from both sides so no crawling over your sleeping partner. There is plenty of storage with hanging lockers and shelves. There is also additional engine access via the aft cabin. 

Cabin Heater #1: Webasto Hydronic Diesel

Cabin Heater #2: Bus Heater via Engine Coolant Loop

Head – Forward:

  • Toilet: Jabsco - Manual

  • Sink: Stainless Steel

  • Shower: Faucet with Sump Pump

Head – Aft:

  • Toilet: Jabsco - Manual

  • Sink: Stainless Steel

  • Shower: Faucet with Sump Pump

Grey and Black Water System:

  • Grey Water Discharge: Direct Discharge

  • Marine Sanitation Device: Holding Tank

  • Tank Material: Plastic

  • Tank Capacity: 57 Liters (15 Gallons)

  • Deck Pump-out

  • Y-Valve

  • Direct Overboard Discharge Via macerator

 

Galley

The large galley has lots of storage, a deep double stainless steel sink, pressure hot and cold water as well as a foot pump. The gimballed propane stove and oven is perfect for making meals underway and the oversized refrigerator/freezer will ensure your produce is fresh for long periods. Installed water maker to ensure fresh water is always available.

  • Stove/Oven: Force 10 -  3 burners, propane fuel system

  • Refrigeration: Nova Kool with compressor

  • Galley Sinks: Stainless Steel x 2

  • Fresh Water Tanks: Approx. 60 Gallons, 2 tanks

  • Fresh Water System: Pressurized system

  • Water Maker

  • Hot Water Tank: Force 10 – 38 Liters (10 Gallons)

Electronics and Electrical

With multiple trips to Hawaii and back, this boat has all you need for effective and safe navigation.

  • GPS / Chart Plotter: Raymarine Hybrid Touch

  • GPS: Garmin GPS 128

  • Wind / Speed / Depth: Raymarine T-60

  • Radar: Autohelm

  • VHF Radio: Uniden Oceanus DSC with DSC

  • VHF Handheld: Standard Horizon HX280S

  • Single Side Band Radio: ICom ICM700 PRO

  • Magnetic Compass: Richie - At Helm

  • Stereo: Dual MXDM66 CD with Internal / External speakers

  • Autopilot: Raymarine Autohelm – installed but not hooked up

  • Navigation Lights: As per the Collision Regulations

  • Clock: Weems & Plath

  • Barometer: Weems & Plath

  • Overload Protection: Breakers at Panel

  • Battery Charger: Xantrex TrueCharge20 20 Amps

  • Inverter: Xantrex 1500

  • Batteries – Starting: Canada Proof GX27M - CA 1000 / CCA 800 / RC 180

  • Batteries – House: Canada Proof D8DRV - CA 1600 / CCA 1300 / RC 430

  • Shore Power – SmartPlug

 

Sails and Winches

With a huge sail inventory, there is plenty to choose from to ensure you have the right sail at the right time. Total inventory included 7 foresails, 2 mainsails, 5 asymmetric spinnakers, and 4 symmetric spinnakers.

Primary Sails

  • Main Sail #1: North - Dacron, Full Battens / Bat Cars

  • Mainsail #2: Racing 3DL with two reef points

  • Foresail #1 (Genoa): UK - Dracon, 120%

  • Foresail #2 (Genoa): UK - Dracon, 135%

  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker: With sock

  • Contact us for details on sail inventory

 Winches

  • Cockpit Primaries: Barient 36 2 sp x 2

  • Cockpit Secondaries: Harken 53 2 sp x 2

  • Trunk Cabin Halyards: Harken 40 2 sp x 2

  • Trunk Cabin Aux: Barient 24 2 sp x 1

Gear

  • Furler: Manufacturer: Harken MKIV2

  • Forestay:  1/19 stainless wire

  • Backstay:  1/19 stainless wire

  • Navtec Hydraulic

  • Shrouds:  Stainless Steel Rod

  • Main Mast: Aluminum / Sparecraft

  • Boom:  Aluminum

  • Boom Vang: Navtec Hydraulic

  • Spinnaker Pole: Aluminum

  • Dutchman Lazy Jacks

Ground Tackle

  • Primary Anchor: Bruce 20 Kg

  • Primary Rode: Approx. 50 ft. of chain and 300 ft. of rode (3 braid nylon), Chain 5/16

  • Secondary Anchor: Danforth 25 Lbs

  • Secondary Rode: 30 Ft of chain and 200 ft of rode (3 braid nylon), Chain 5/16

  • Windlass: Lewmar, 12Volt with isolated breaker and remote control

 

Additional Items

  • Life Raft - 8 Person Dunlop Beaufort

  • EPIRB

  • Replacement Engine (Yanmar) with 4500 Hrs

  • Dickenson BBQ

  • Spare parts and rigging equipment

  • Inflatable PFD’s

Specifications

Year
1986
Make
C&C
Model
44
Length
44 feet
Price
$ 89,000 CAD
Location
Nanaimo, BC
Type
Sail
Class
Sloop
Fuel Type
Diesel
Hull Material
Fibreglass

Dimensions & Other Specs

Dimensions

Overall Length
44ft 2in
Max. Draft
8ft 3in
Beam
13ft 3in
Cabin Headroom
6ft 4in

Weights

Displacement
20906 lbs (Dry Load)

Miscellaneous

Windlass
Electric
Electrical Circuit
12V

Tanks

Fresh Water Tank
60 gal
Fuel Tank
40 gal (Aluminum)
Holding Tank
15 gal (Plastic)

Accommodations

Single Berths
4
Double Berths
2
Cabins
2
Heads
2

Propulsion

  • Engine 1 of 1

    Engine Make
    Yanmar
    Engine Model
    4JHE
    Engine Year
    1986
    Total Power
    44 hp
    Engine Hours
    9600 hrs
    Engine Type
    Inboard
    Drive Type
    Direct Drive
    Fuel Type
    Diesel
    Propeller Type
    3-Blade
    Propeller Material
    Bronze
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