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Old 03-12-2015, 06:08   #1
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1973 C&C 30

The early C&C 30's are known as one of the stiffest 30 footers ever built and this one is a perfect example. This boat handles like a dream, is extremely well balanced and mannered.

Lifestyle changes are the only reason I'm selling.

She's been up-fitted with some major improvements over the years.

New Perkins diesel and aluminum fuel tank (2006)
New cushions (2006)
Upgraded counter surfaces and new dinette table (2008)
Deck painted with non - skid (2008)
Uniden VHF radio (2008)
AM/FM/CD stereo and speakers (2008)
Rewired entire boat (2008)
New battery charger (2008)
New cabin lighting (2008)
New toilet and hoses (2006)

The following was new in 2014:

New standing and running rigging
New additional wiring and (3) new batteries/and selector switch
1000w pure sine wave inverter
Two new bilge and two new water pumps
Mast step rebuilt
Fuel tank cleaned
LED anchor light
Garmin GPS
Halyards lead to cockpit
Boom vang added
Two reefing points added to mainsail & boom

Also included are:
microwave
refrigerator
portable A/C
five head sails (including spinnaker)
two Danforth anchors
dingy
new 4.5 hp Mercury OB
overboard suit
life jackets
depth sounder
spare parts
dock lines
110 shore power

many, many other “boat parts”

The North sails are older but still power the boat like a dream. The spinnaker looks brand new.

The boat was just hauled for a fresh bottom paint and new zinc.

She's near Oriental NC at Matthews Point Marina. Can be seen and sailed with a little advanced notice.

Asking price is $17,500.
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Old 03-12-2015, 12:59   #2
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Additional photos can be sent upon request.
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Old 16-01-2016, 09:43   #3
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New photos added.

Boat Story by Jim Colman (jcolman_photo) | Photobucket
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Beautiful boat Jim. If only I had money..
How about 100 easy installments of $175.
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Beautiful boat Jim. If only I had money..
How about 100 easy installments of $175.
We could work something out.
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Old 19-01-2016, 12:47   #6
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I need to update the interior photos of the bulkheads in the head. I just repainted all of it.
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We could work something out.
Lol. If only that were true.

Did you ever get those other photos up that you mentioned?
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Lol. If only that were true.

Did you ever get those other photos up that you mentioned?
Yes. See the above post #3. New photos of the bulkhead are forthcoming, meaning the next time I go down to the boat.
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Bump. I'll be listing the boat soon with a broker. So if interested, I lowered the price to $15k. Please see post #3 for new photos.
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That boat has had some love - very nice. Should make some new owner very happy.

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Sorry you are selling your boat Jim. Looks like you have put a lot into her.
I'll let Robert N. know, he keeps thinking about getting another boat.
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The early C&C 30's are known as one of the stiffest 30 footers ever built and this one is a perfect example. This boat handles like a dream, is extremely well balanced and mannered. Lifestyle changes are the only reason I'm selling. She's been up-fitted with some major improvements over the years. New Perkins diesel and aluminum fuel tank (2006) New cushions (2006) Upgraded counter surfaces and new dinette table (2008) Deck painted with non - skid (2008) Uniden VHF radio (2008) AM/FM/CD stereo and speakers (2008) Rewired entire boat (2008) New battery charger (2008) New cabin lighting (2008) New toilet and hoses (2006) The following was new in 2014: New standing and running rigging New additional wiring and (3) new batteries/and selector switch 1000w pure sine wave inverter Two new bilge and two new water pumps Mast step rebuilt Fuel tank cleaned LED anchor light Garmin GPS Halyards lead to cockpit Boom vang added Two reefing points added to mainsail & boom Also included are: microwave refrigerator portable A/C five head sails (including spinnaker) two Danforth anchors dingy new 4.5 hp Mercury OB overboard suit life jackets depth sounder spare parts dock lines 110 shore power 
many, many other “boat parts” The North sails are older but still power the boat like a dream. The spinnaker looks brand new. The boat was just hauled for a fresh bottom paint and new zinc. She's near Oriental NC at Matthews Point Marina. Can be seen and sailed with a little advanced notice. Asking price is $17,500.
Jim, what is your email?

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