Take advantage of a one owner C&C 30 Mark II masthead sloop, that's set up for racing but still more than comfortable for cruising.
Surveyed in August 2019, this C&C 30 was found to be in good condition, for a vessel that's 41 years old. A testament to a well built Canadian boat.
The Storm Child survey was conducted on the water and a diver did a full report on the condition of the underwater components that included a hull cleaning and zinc replacements.
Surveyor remarks stated that the structural and mechanical components were in good condition with minor scratches and chafed areas.
The Yanmar 2GM20F diesel engine is easily accessible and clean. The fuel capacity is 20 gallons in a steel tank and estimated speed under power is 6 knots.
Power is provided by 125-volt AC shore power with main switch panels, breakers and marine wiring. 12-volt power is provided from 2 size 27 lead acid batteries with one 4-position marine type battery switch.
Batteries are charged off of the 40-amp belt driven alternator with an internal regulator and battery charger.
A 24 gallon plastic water tank provides more than enough water for daily use.
The head is 12-volt electric with a Y valve for discharge to a 20 gallon holding tank with a electrically driven discharge to to a deck fitting or overboard through a macerator.
Dewatering is from a 12-volt bilge pump with manual/automatic control switch and directly wired to battery. A 1" diameter discharge diaphragm type bilge pump is mounted aft and operable from the helm station.
Two approved 20# steel propane tanks are secured in two vented plastic lockers with manual/solenoid shut off valve at the tanks.
There is a non-operational propane furnace aft.
The galley has a gimbal propane stove/oven stainless steel sink and counter built in ice box.
Furnished quarters in the cabin include lockers, cabinets, a dinette that configures to sleep two, v-berth forward, doored spacious head/sink/shower area.
Navigation aids and electronics include a Garmin - Model - Echo 300C GPS, air horn, Richie 3" compass, Icom - Model -ICM601 VHF radio, Charts and instruments
Topside forward you'll find a 30# anchor with 50' 5/16" chain and 100' 1/2" rode and a windlass.
The mast and boom are constructed of anodized aluminum and the standing rigging is stainless steel. Lines are in good condition and coloured for application.
Sails have weather covers and most are stowed below deck.
Moorage is assumably in the Comox Municipal Marina
Overall this vessel is set to sail or cruise coastal British Columbia.