One Owner - Fresh Water Sailboat
Always Stored Inside in Off Season!
8 Dock Lines
6 Fenders (Dock Fenders Not Included)
2 Mooring Pennants
ATN Topclimer (to climb mast w/o assistance)
ATN Genoa Cover
Raymarine ST 6001 Auto Pilot
Lemar Helm/Instrument Pedestal
New Main Sail in 2018 -U.K X-Drive Silver Sail
New 135% Genoa in 2018- U.K. X-Drive Silver Sail
Original Main Sail
Original 150% Genoa
Dutchman Furling System
Custom Asymetrical Spinnaker
Carbon Fiber Mast
Holding Tank w/Gauge
Electric Harken Radial Rewind Oversized (46's)Winches
Tic Tac Wireless Instruments
Electric Winch Handle
Electric Swim Step
New Varnish on Companionway & Salon Floor
2 Furuno GP-7000 Plotters (independent)
VHF & Stereo
Storm Tri-Sail fits over Genoa
Sun & Rain Cockpit Awnings
Crane for kicker motor(Motor Not Included)
Skiff Not Included
New Main Sail Cover
New Track System for Main Sail
Additional 4th Battery for Electric Winches
Anchor Buddy Slide weight - Goes down line to improve slope
Stainless Steel Navtec rod rigging
C&C Express 110
The Fairport Marine Company of Fairport Harbor, Ohio was organized by a group of investors to rescue Tartan Yachts when it suffered the financial vagaries of the boatbuilding industry during the early 1990s. Tartan was reorganized under the direction of general manager and chief designer Tim Jackett. It is one of the last few production builders to construct built-up wooden interiors rather than use fiberglass pans.
Jackett describes the 1997 acquisition of C&C’s name and assets as an opportunity to take advantage of C&C’s reputation for building performance-oriented boats.
Introduced in 1998, the C&C 110 replaced the 34R, a misnamed 36-footer that was sold as a performance cruiser capable of J/35 speed. The new 110 is 36' 4" with a 31' 6" waterline.
The boat features the same flat sheer line and deck camber that defined C&C products. The hull has a finer entry than its predecessors, and the run aft is flatter. The moderate deadrise produces a stiffer form that is less prone to heeling. Freeboard is slightly greater in response to a perceived need for large interior volume.
Underwater, the keels are high-lift, low-drag sections with a bulb tip to lower the center of gravity and increase stability. They were “optimized” at NASA’s Lewis Space Center. Three keels, with drafts ranging from 4' 10" to 7' 3", are available.
The lamination schedule includes the use of vinylester resin throughout and vacuum-bagging. Vinylester is most noted for its blister-resistant properties.
Light, bi-directional E-glass and Kevlar are employed in the lay-up. Kevlar strips run the length of the boat on the centerline, and athwartships from gunwale to gunwale to add reinforcement for the chainplate areas.
The entire hull and deck is cored with Core-Cell structural linear foam that meets ABS requirements and is Lloyds approved.
Though the boat has been designed for the cruising sailor, its deck layout incorporates features typically found on race boats. Also, halyard and mainsail control lines are led aft underneath fiberglass covers. The triple-spreader mast is made by Offshore Spars with an Awlgrip finish. Navtec rod rigging is standard equipment. Inside the boom, also constructed by Offshore, is a 4:1 outhaul and reef line. The boom is internally stiffened for a vang lug.
The cockpit handles six passengers comfortably. Seats are 60" long and 19" deep. The 15" seatbacks are contoured. Knee support is 14" from the cockpit sole and a footbrace has been molded into the sole to provide support while beating.
The swim platform is inset flush to the stern in a watertight cavity that is almost unnoticeable. By switching on a Hatch Master electric motor, the 24" x 36" platform swings out and down, anchored by stainless steel wires connected to the hull. A three-section stainless steel ladder attached to the aft end of the platform then telescopes downward to allow easy access from the water. It’s a mechanical and cosmetic masterstroke.
The head is uncharacteristically large for a 36-footer. The main compartment is 45" x 28", and is equipped with a 12" stainless steel sink, Jabsco toilet, a small counter space and two storage compartments.
The V-berth measures 80" on the centerline, is 76" wide and has 26" of space at the foot.
The aft cabin is in the starboard quarter and has an athwartships double berth measuring 80" x 60".
Under power, the 28-hp. Volvo Penta MD2030 powered the boat at 6.5 knots at 2,800 rpm.
The boat sails 6.5-7 knots in less than 20 knots of wind. In 25 knots we sail under the genoa at 8 knots on a broad reach. She heels to 15-20°, then stops.
The C&C 110 combines innovative construction techniques, premium equipment, and a stunning interior into one graceful package everyone in the family will enjoy. The 110 is a high-performance, 36-foot speed-inspired design. With homage to the classic lines that made C&C a famous performer around the buoys, the 110 also has the amenities and comfort of a more traditional custom yacht.