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Frenzy

Specs

Price: $64,500
Brand: C&C Yachts
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1983
Length: 41 ft.

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C&C Custom 41 FRENZY
FRENZY was built by the C&C Custom shop in Oakville, Ontario. This custom version was built in advance of the production models and is considered to be much higher quality with custom finish and workmanship and superior strength, with a wing keel design drawing 6- 6. She is a superb club racer and great family cruiser. The boat has been totally refurbished inside /out and professionally maintained in excellent condition. She is a freshwater boat, stored inside a heated building for the winters and can be seen by appointment (MUST SEE!!).

LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS
Sleeps 8 comfortably in three cabins, (2) V-berth, (2) main salon and (2) in each quarter berth. Large V-berth forward which is semi-enclosed; a fully enclosed head with mirror, toilet, vanity and storage cabinets. The main salon is spacious with port and starboard settees with pilot berth above port side and TV above Starboard side. There is a removable centerline drop-leaf table that will reach both settees.
The navigation station faces forward on the starboard side and is opposite the galley on the port. The galley is U-shaped and features a top loading refrigerated icebox, drawer and cabinet storage, microwave and front loading 110v refrigerator which is interchangeable with gimbaled Optimus propane stove with oven.
The port and starboard quarter berths are not enclosed and have adjustable pipe berths that can be added above. The interior finish is teak with teak and holly sole. All re-varnished in 2020. Headliner and insides were painted off-white in 2016. Cushions were replaced 2016 in good condition (Light Blue and Navy).

Equipment:
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
Westerbeke 4-cylinder, 38 HP engine, 20-gallon fuel tank, PYI pack less shaft sealing system, Max-prop two blade folding propeller. Engine has been serviced / tuned-up each year by the professional marine mechanic and all recommended fluids and parts have been replaced each year. New hoses, raw water intake reservoir, Racor fuel filter, water pump and re-built alternator. New transition and SD-55 Sigmadrive shaft coupling in 2020.

GALLEY EQUIPMENT
SS sink with pressure water system and inline filter prior to faucet
Manual foot pump to empty refrigerated icebox with faucet
Deep refrigerated icebox
110v Microwave oven
110v Refrigerator
Optimus propane stove with oven (interchangeable with 110v Refrigerator)
Lots of cabinets and drawers storage
Bottle storage or liquor locker

DECK & HULL
Hull was professionally painted with Awlcraft 2000 in 2014 light gray with navy boot stripes. The deck was stripped of all hardware filled and painted with Awlcraft 2000 in 2015. Bottom is sanded, keel faired and coated with epoxy barrier coat and bottom paint every other year. Custom wing keel by C&C custom shop (6- 6 draft). Equipment: All blocks, cleats hatches and stanchions, double lifelines and gates were replaced in 2015 with stainless steel hardware. New custom stern ladder in 2020.

MAST, RIGGING & SAILS
The aluminum triple spreader spar and boom (Awlcraft 2000 white 2016) stepped to keel, Navtec stainless rod rigging, Navtec three function hydraulic system that controls the backstay, baby stay and boomvang. Soler masthead and LED blue spreader light package. Edson oversized wheel steering with leather cover. All new dyneema lazy jacks and halyards in 2020. Halyards run to line clutches and (4) self-tailing Barient winches in pit. Harken (MKIII) roller furling on forestay, emergency SS tiller arm, spinnaker pole, genoa sheets and miscellanies blocks and winch handles.
All winches are Barient as follows; (2) #36 3 speed primary winches, (2) #28 aluminum self-tailing, (2) #27 aluminum self-tailing and (2) #23 aluminum self-tailing winches.

Sails, all in good condition as follows:
Halsey Cruising Full Batten Mainsail Dacron
Doyle Cruising 100% Genoa Dacron
Halsey Cruising 135% Genoa Dacron
Johnson & Blackwood Mylar / Kevlar Light #1 Genoa

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
The electric / wiring system was reviewed by a marine electrician and required parts updated in 2020.
VHF radio
Raymarine chartploter at helm
5 Ritchie pedestal compass at helm
2.5 Ritchie compass at navigation station
Main 12-volt DC electrical panel with volt and amp meters
12-volt outlet at navigation station
12-volt fans in pilot berths
Red, white & blue LED lighting system throughout
110-volt, 30-amp shore power system with 6 dual outlets and breaker panel
o Main and (2) house 12-volt DC Batteries (Alternator charger)
Ships bell and electronic flair
Webasto 1600 BTU heat / air conditioner 2015
The electric / wiring system was reviewed by a marine electrician and required parts updated in 2020.

OTHER FEATURES
Dodger, Custom Stack-pack mainsail cover, (2) Danforth 22lb. anchors with rode, fenders and dock lines, man overboard pole w/light, life-sling, shore power cord, swim ladder, cockpit cushions. Misc. safety gear, flag and cradle for winter storage. US Documented Vessel 672211.

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Hank Boissoneault - CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, OH

Email: hank@rcryachts.com

Phone: 419-202-0201

For Hank Boissoneault, Sailing is truly a family affair. Introduced to sailing by big brother Bryan, sailing has become a family hobby since 1970. Growing up in Sandusky, Ohio The Interlake was the natural choice for the racing sailor designed by Francis Sweisguth in 1932.  The boat design was commissioned by the Sandusky Sailing Club and is home to Fleet #1. Hank served as class president, class champion and has participated in Interlake events since the late 1970’s.  

 Hank also participated in the ILYA junior regatta circuit and once competed in the Bemis regatta for Lasers in San Francisco Bay. Moving on to college, Hank competed on the college circuit sailing for the University of Toledo. Through the years sailing has become the basis to many of my personal friends and associates to this day. 

"The opportunity to work for RCR and its talented staff is something I appreciate the most. RCR's excellent reputation and knowledge of the business makes selling boats a fun and enjoyable experience."