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Price: $19,900
Brand: C&C Yachts
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1984
Length: 29 ft.
Name: Tack Season
Location: Rochester, NY

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Beautiful Red Painted Hull, Diesel, Wheel, Nice Clean Interior, Good Sails & Gear

Price Reduced

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: C&C
Designer: R. Ball

Dimensions:
LOA: 28'6"
LWL: 22'4"
Beam: 9'3"
Displacement: 6,700
Draft: 5'3"
Ballast: 2,700

Engine: Yanmar
Engine HP: 13
Engine Model: 2GMF20
Ser# 10756
Cruising Speed: 6.0 kt
Max Speed: 7.0 kt.
Prop: Gori Folding Propeller

Tankage:
Fuel: 20 Alumn.
Water: 32 Gal. Poly
Holding: App 15 Gal. Poly

Accommodations:
Accommodations for up to five in a roomy varnished teak interior with a teak and holly sole. *Note: the layout of the boat varies from the layout sketch in that she does not have the optional chart table. 12 Volt lighting at all berth and settees with natural lighting and ventilation via two large fixed ports, two hatches, and a solar vent.

Starting forward is a 6'3" V-berth with filler, below which there is bin type storage. Next aft to port is the enclosed head with manual W.C. plumbed via a Y-valve to the holding tank, stainless steel sink , ensuite shower with separate sump pump, small vanity and stowage in three compartments. Opposite to starboard is a hanging locker.

Next aft is the main cabin with straight settees P&S with some storage under and storage behind the seatbacks as well as in lockers and shelves over. Dining is off a teak table that stows on the fwd bulkhead when not in use. The port settee extends aft to the quarter berth.

Opposite to starboard is the L-shaped galley with formica counter tops with fiddles, stainless sink and manual fresh water foot pump and storage in three lockers and two drawers. A large well insulated ice box provides good space for cold goods and a two burner low pressure Origo alcohol stove is fitted for cooking.

Sails & Rigging:
Aluminum, keel stepped, anodized, single spreader spar and boom with 1x19 stainless steel wire rigging.

• 2 Harken ST #40 2 Speed Primaries
• 2 Barient #18 2 Speed Secondaries
• Barient #7 ST 2 Speed Cabintop Winch
• Barient #10 Single Speed cabintop Winch
• Harken Carbo Headfoil
• 4:1 Backstay Adjuster
• Harken Carbo Headfoil
• Mainsail Cover
• Mainsail UK Tape Drive Good condition
• Mainsail, Haarstick, Fully Battened Fair
• AP#1 Genoa
• #2 Good
• #2 Older delivery sail
• #3 Older
• AP Spinnaker
• Heavy Spinnaker

Electrical:
Wired for both 12 volt DC and 110 Volt AC service.

• 12 Volt
• Switch panel with breakers
• 40 amp alternator
• 2 Group 27 batteries
• 110 Volt
• Switch panel with breakers
• 30 amp shore power connection
• 3 Outlets

Electronics:
• Standard Horizon Eclipse+ VHF
• ST 60+ Depth
• ST 60+ Speed
• ST 60+ Windmachine
• ST 60+ Close Hauled Wind
• Raymarine GPS Antenna for SOG
• SailComp System w/Mast Display
• Gemini 4" binnacle mount compass
• Stereo AM/FM/CD w/4 speakers

Mechanical:
Yanmar 2GMF rated for 13 HP continuous operation drives the boat at approximately six knots at cruise RPM, turning a two-bladed Gori Folding Propeller on a 7/8' stainless shaft through a 2.5:1 Yanmar reduction gear.

• Edson throttle and shift controls
• Oversize Wheel Steerer
• Conventional stuffing box
• Electric bilge pump
• Manual bilge pump

Hull & Deck:
Hand laid fiberglass hull with cored topside; Beautiful Red Emron Hull w/ white boot top in very good condition. The bottom is in very good condition with VC-17 antifouling fresh this spring! Partially cored fiberglass decks with molded in nonskid.

Comfortable T cockpit with Oversized Edson wheel steering. Sail locker to starboard and two small lazarettes aft. Wide side decks lead forward. Double stainless steel bow and stern rails and stanchions with double lifelines. Anchor locker forward.

• 12 lb. Danforth with chain & rode
• 2 Fire Ext.
• 4 Type II PFDs
• Jim Bouy
• Horn

Additional:
"Tack Season" has always been a Lake Ontario boat and has been stored under inside in the offseason.

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.

Contact RCR listing broker Charles “Corbo” Corbishley for more information or to arrange a viewing; O: 585-339-9730, C: 585-752-2530, corbo@rcryachts.com


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Corbo Corbishley, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Rochester, NY

Email: corbo@rcryachts.com

Phone: 585-339-9730

A native of northern New Jersey, Corbo was introduced to sailing shortly after graduating Ithaca College and became obsessed with sailing. Crewing whenever opportunity arose he also bought and campaigned several one-design sailboats. While still sailboat racing whenever time allows on his J-70 “Late Life Crisis” he enjoys cruising with his wife Donna. They recently stumbled over to the “Dark Side”, trading in their Beneteau 37 for a Back Cove 30. Before joining RCR Yachts Corbo enjoyed many careers and owned several businesses, Trucking, Banking, IT, Auditing, Sailmaking, Restaurateur, Tax Accounting, and various Sales positions. In 2005 Corbo attained the status of Certified Professional Yacht Broker. Just 550 yacht brokers in North America have received the prestigious Certified Professional Yacht Broker designation, a program sponsored by the Yacht Brokers Association of (North) America.. The CPYB designation recognizes professional, experience, training and mastery of core areas of expertise related to professional yacht broker skills and knowledge. In addition to practical experience, CPYB brokers must comply with the CPYB Code of Ethics.