'Tessa Marie', a C&C 35 Landfall Sailboat for Sale

by Craig
(Greenville, Michigan USA)

1981 C&C 35 Landfall

Great Couple's Boat; this boat has all of the extras
Set up for singlehanded sailing
New windows & refinished exterior teak

SV “Tessa Marie” (formerly “Daybreak”)
C & C Yachts 35 Landfall
Year Built: 1981
Hull Shape: Monohull
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single inboard diesel
Keel: Fin (shoal length)

Location: Whitehall, MI

DIMENSIONS
LOA: 34 ft. 11 in.
Beam: 10 ft. 8 in.
LWL: 26 ft. 9 in.
Minimum Draft: 4 ft. 10 in.
Displacement: 13,000 lbs.
Ballast: 5,500 lbs.
Bridge Clearance: 46 ft. 0 in

ENGINE
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2004
Engine Model: 3GM30F (3 cylinder)
Engine Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Horsepower: 28
Propeller: 2 blade
Transmission: Reverse V drive
Cruising speed: 6 knots
Maximum speed: 7 knots

TANKS
Fuel: 1 aluminum (40 gallons)
Fresh water: 2 plastic (32 gallons)
Holding: 1 plastic (22 gallons)

ACCOMODATIONS
Double berths: 2
Cabins: 2
Heads: 1

ELECTRONICS
Depthsounder
Log-speedometer
Wind direction indicator/anemometer
Simrad chartplotter/GPS (New in 2018)
Compass
Navigation center
VHF radio with DSC – Standard Horizon GX12705
Add’l RAM mic at cockpit
Hand-held VHF radio – Uniden
Autopilot
Stereo radio/CD unit with speakers throughout

SAILS
Battened mainsail with mast track slide system
Backup mainsail
150% genoa – 2
150% genoa – light weight
Storm jib
Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker with snuffer

RIGGING
Stainless steel rod standing rigging
Headsail furler
Tidemarine sail track and slide system
Spinnaker pole
Whisker pole
Mechanical boom vang
Traveler located at helm
Steering wheel
Lazy jacks
Safety jacks
3 reef points rigging
Primary winch – 2 (headsail)
Secondary winch – 3 (for halyards/boom vang/furling system)

CABIN EQUIPMENT
Marine head
Automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Deep freezer/refrigerator (12 volt), installed in 2014, circuit board replaced fall, 2019
Microwave
Hot water (engine heated)

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Shore power inlet
Battery charger
Electrical Circuit: 110V
House batteries: 2 X 6V
Starter battery: 1 X 12V

OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT/EXTRAS
Mercury inflatable dingy (2008) with inflation pumps/attachments
Johnson outboard motor (6 HP)
Swim ladder
Outboard engine bracket with davit
Bow pulpit
Double lifelines with port & starboard boarding gates
Numerous dock lines
3 fenders
Horn, whistle, searchlight
Bosun’s chair

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Flare kit
Fire extinguishers (3)
First aid kit, basic
Inflatable (CO2) life vest (2)
Safety harness (2)
Safety jacks, port & starboard
Life jackets, standard, assorted sizes (8)
Throwable seat cushions (4)
Lifesling Overboard Rescue System
Air horn
Whistles

GROUND TACKLE
Anchor roller
Delta anchor with 30 ft chain & 150 ft. rode
Danforth anchor with 30 ft chain & 100 ft. rode

COVERS
Mainsail cover
Dodger
Sun awning with bows
Rain/suncovers (2)
Winter cover – Custom canvas

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Accomodations
She will sleep 4 adults comfortably in two double berths. The huge forward V berth converts to a spacious dinette. The head/shower compartment and galley are opposite each other, mid ships. Fresh air and light are provided by 4 dorades, 2 large overhead hatches, 2 port lights in the V berth, 1 port light in head, and the large companionway. Drapes provide dockside privacy. New windows installed summer of 2019.

Galley
The galley refrigerator/freezer (Frigeboat Marine) was installed in 2014. There is a double, stainless steel sink, microwave, and pressure hot/cold water throughout boat. A single, a table-top single-burner propane camp stove is included.

Mechanical and Electrical Safety
Mechanical: She’s equipped with an automatic bilge pump, engine alarm, and fuel shut off. The engine is closed cooling, and has a sea strainer. She has a holding tank with deck pump out fitting. The 2004 Yanmar 3GM30F is a replacement of the original.

Electrical
The vessel has 3 batteries: 2 house deep cycle 6V house batteries, and a 12V starter battery. There is a built-in battery charger, selector switch, and two shore power (30 amp) cords. Includes a seldom-used solar panel.

Sails & Rigging
She has wheel steering, furling headsails, aluminum rod standing rigging, Forespar aluminum whisker and spinnaker poles, mechanical boom vang.

This boat is sturdy and steady. She has multiple Lake Michigan and Lake Huron transits and has always gotten me out of situations I should not have been in. She's very easy to set up and sail.

Many more photos and documents available upon request!

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