This is a very nice C&C 33MKII aft cockpit sloop. C&C Yachts were known for making high quality sailboats that were designed successfully to be racer/cruiser vessels.
The 33 MKII was one of their later designs and was a complete departure from the original C&C 33. Designed with a new internal grid for rigidity, they were very popular and over 200 were delivered in just four years of production.
The vessel has a large cockpit with wheel steering and self-tailing winches. With lines leading to the cockpit, this is a very nice boat for single-handed or short-handed sailing. Despite being known as a successful club racer it does not need a large crew to perform well.
Below decks is a traditional layout with a forward cabin and V-berth, followed by a fully enclosed head with hanging locker opposite. Further aft is a large convertible dinette to port and a single settee opposite. Further aft is the full galley and nav station. There is a good-sized quarter berth and also a propane heater in the salon.
I recently visited the vessel to take the photos seen here and would be happy to answer any questions or discuss moving forward. In my opinion, this boat has huge potential and presents a great value.
*The HIN indicates the boat is a 1987 model and the USCG paperwork indicates the boat was manufactured in 1986.
The Mark II (168-452), produced from late 1972 to 1974, has a taller, higher aspect rig, although total sail area is nearly the same.
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