C&C 35 Mk III 1985

by Jim
(Sea Bright, NJ)

<i>Growltiger</i> at anchor

Growltiger at anchor


A great coastal cruiser with updated sails and electronics. Very limited amount of wood to maintain on the exterior but with a beautiful C&C full teak interior. Growtiger has only been on salt water for three years, having spent all the other time on Georgian Bay in Canada. New longer rudder, entire hull painted with Awlgrip in 2014. Bottom stripped and barrier coated (2012).

Builder: C&C Yachts
Designer: Robert Ball
Keel: Fin

LOA: 34ft 8in
Beam: 11ft 2in
LWL: 28ft 0in
Maximum Draft: 6ft 5in
Displacement: 10825lbs
Ballast: 4500lbs
Bridge Clearance: 50ft 6in

Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1985
Engine Model: 3GMF30F
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 2 blade Max Prop
Engine Power: 27 HP

Cruising Speed: 6 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (20 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (20 Gallons)

B&G Depth sounder
B&G Log-speedometer
B&G Additional display at navigation station - also shows water temperature
TACTIC wind speed and direction (wireless)
AM/FM/CD player
Horizon 2150 VHF with AIS
Garmin Chartplotter/GPS with AIS display at helm
Autohelm 3000 Autopilot
Radar (not installed)

Sails & Rigging
Double spreader C&C aluminum mast
UK Tape Drive Main (2013)
155% UK Tape Drive Furling genoa (2013)
155% (older) genoa (not cut for roller furler)
ATN Gale Sail storm jib - Goes over furled headsail
Storm tri-sail
Schaefer Rolling furling (2013)
Spinnaker 0.75oz Nylon
Navtec rod rigging with Navtec Hydraulic backstay adjuster
Removable inner forestay

Inside Equipment
Pressure hot and cold water
Deep double stainless steel sink
Water heater-engine or 110v AC
Marine head
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Propane oven with 3 burner stove
Gas Sniffer in galley

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet with 30 amp cord and 15 amp adapter
Switch panel for AC and DC circuits
2x Group 31 Lifeline AGM-House (new 2012)
1x Group 27 Lifeline AGM-starting (new 2012)
LED cabin lighting
Additionall tri-color sailing light top of mast

Sail covers
Mainsail cover (new 2014)
ATN Genoa cover (new 2013)

Extra stuff
Self tailing primary winches
Jib halyards - 2
Spin halyards - 2
Gas barbecue
Dock lines
Zodiac 9ft inflatable dinghy with floor/oars
Ships clock and barometer
Double Lifelines and Gates P&S
Spinnaker Pole and Gear
Swim Ladder on Transom
Digital hand bearing compass
Turnbuckle to replace hydraulic backstay
Portable anchor light
Battery charger
Cockpit table
Sun cover
Pedestal cover

Ground tackle
Bruce 15kg with chain and 250ft 3 strand nylon
Danforth 22S with chain and 300ft braid nylon

Please contact Jim@tigerpilot@hotmail.com

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Jun 24, 2015
by: Owner

Growltiger has been sold.

May 01, 2015
Where is the boat no? I'm in Arkansas
by: david

Where is the boat now?
I'm ready to live on the water.
Contact me at kf5fom@gmail.com

Apr 03, 2015
Reduction in price
by: Anonymous

Asking price is now $39.995.

Jan 07, 2015
Fully Equipped and Ready To Go!
by: Dick McClary

The C&C 35 is regarded by many experienced sailors as a true classic. They sail beautifully, and perform well on the club racing circuit.
Growltiger comes with a good inventory and is well fitted out for cruising.

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