Additional Boat Details
V berth forward with insert to make large berth. Head midship to port across from hanging locker.
Port side settee with dining table which drops down to form a double bed. Single berth to starboard. Nav station at base of stairs with aft quarter berth behind nav station. Galley to port at base of stairs. Vantilation hatches in main salon, head and forward V berth
Stainless sink, isotherm refrigeration adn 3 burner CNG stove with oven. Full dishware and glassware
Nexus instrument system with 2 multi-XL mast instruments, one wind instrument, one multi instrument and one steer pilot with port/starboard actuation from helm. Fluxgate compass. 1meter masthead carbon fiber stick for wind instrument to counter upwash. All instruments are configurable to the owner’s specifications and desire. Computer interface for calibration.
B&G Zeus 2 chart plotter interfaced with Nexus instrumentation
Weatherproof instrument cover
Dedicated fluxgate compass to enable radar overlay with chart plotter
Simrad AIS receiving VHF radio
Simrad autopilot with remote
Simrad broadband 3G HD 25 mile radar
Scanstrut LMM-1 self leving radar mount with GPS mounted and 6 db VHF antenna.
3 db VHF antenna at masthead.
Garmin 720 GPS at nav station
Hummingbird VHF radio at nav station
AM/FM CD music radio + antenna. Speakers in cabin and cockpit
3 panel circuit breaker array. Shore power
LED Running lights with choice of deck lights, masthead tricolor or anchor light
2 6 v cart batteries in series for 12 volts, 220 amp hrs ( 1 year old)
1 1 year old starter battery
Link 10 battery monitor
Tank watch full light
Fortres FX 16 anchor with chain and 150’ rode + second Danforth anchor + rode
Loos rod rigging guage
Garhauer 8:1 traveler with quick release cleats
2 Barient 32 ST winches
2 Barient 28 ST winches
1 Barient 27 ST winch for main sheet
1 Lewmar 28 ST winch for main halyard
2 Barient 25 secondary winches
2 Barient 10 winches for spinnaker halyards
2 quick release winch handles
2 standard release winch handles
1 heavy-duty two-handed winch handle.
80 watt solar panel and controller
5” Ritchie Pedestal mounted compass
Navtech hydraulic backstay adjuster
hot water heater 6 gal
pressure water system with accumulator
3 burner CNG stove with oven.
2 gas bottles
New Stainless sink
Solar vents in head and main salon
full cruising canvas
1 year old Raritan PH head
Trident Barometer and clock
Teak expandable cocktail/dinner table for cockpit.
outboard motor hoist
4 lifejackets in a sack +2 inflatable SOSpenders
4 type 4 cushions
Flares and necessary signaling equipment
3 cockpit tether attachment points
2 B-1 dry chemical extinguishers
Y valves for holding tank, macerator or direct discharge
Dockside shore power cables
Deck filter for diesel filling
Stainless Steel Tasco BBQ grill plus propane canisters
Manuals for instruments, accessories and engine
USYRU Speed Pack with IMS handicap rating (681.1 sec/mi)
Over the 25 years that I’ve owned her, she has been well taken care of, extensively upgraded and is in ready to sail away condition. The C&C 35 MK III is a joy to sail and is solidly built, dependable, quick, very seaworthy and sure to provide its next owner with many years of satisfied, wonderful sailing. We have cruised her extensively and she is typically one of the first boats to make port. She has been raced extensively and has numerous trophies, club championships and both fleet and division firsts in the Around Long Island Regatta (18 ALIR trophies). A partial list of the trophies I can document is attached. I have given away many of my trophies to crew and the list is far from complete.
Knot Again has recently (2016) had her portside hull repainted in flag blue Awlgrip. The transom and starboard side have been re-Awlgripped within the last few years. The rod rigging was replaced approximately 10 years ago. Standing rigging constantly upgraded. The keel was dropped and rebedded. There is no “C&C smile”. The Yanmar 3 GMD diesel engine recently had all belts, impellers and hoses replaced. Motor mounts, exhaust elbow, exhaust hoses and electric fuel pump replaced within last 5 years. The engine runs perfectly and burns approximately ½ gallon per hour at cruising speed (2000 rpm @ 6.5 kts). Over the winter I had all battery cables and starter wiring replaced. The engine has an aftermarket fresh water cooled radiator which feeds fresh water (plus antifreeze) to the hot water heater. All hoses replaced over last winter. Relatively new Flexofold 2 blade folding prop. Transmission rebuilt within last 4 years. Cabin sole replaced with Marinelam Mahogany/teak laminate. Post Sandy delamination of salon interior panels near head bulkhead and mast step noted in survey replaced with new wood and sealed. Interior cushions replaced in 2005.
The current sail inventory is a new symmetrical spinnaker (RWB), plus a symmetrical spinnaker (RWB + stars), Doyle main and 135 genoa. Genoa sock for racing 155 included (for sail with no UV protection). Harken Furler. Main has single line reefing for 1st and 2nd reef done from cockpit. Strong Track installed for easy hoisting and dousing of main. The boat has passed the Coast Guard courtesy inspection and has the most recent sticker. Lifelines and hardware replaced in 2013.