C&C 35 MKI, 1972 This C&C MK I 35 feet long is not a project boat. Many upgrades were made to this classic MK I yacht, the legendary fastest model of the C&C 35 models built.
Upgrades since 2016, $34,000 in improvements were made such as:
new 2018 epoxy primer & bottom paint for salt water ($1,188 for materials), new Sunbrella material ($457 in fabric), sail cover, boom awning, winch and binnacle covers, new upholstery throughout the cabin and v-berth ($407 in fabric), Engine rebuilt - ($934 parts), new lazy jack system ($439), 2018 new self-feathering propeller ($2,715), 2016 new dock lines & mooring equipment ($811), 2016 Garmin Navigation Console & hull transducer ($1279); all work done by a master craftsman.
A full complement of sails new in the summer 2017 includes new 130 jib ($2,811), new 150 jib ($2,224), new main ($3,133), new spinnaker, and new jib and spinnaker sheets ($735).
Figures shown are for materials only and do not include labor.
Average asking price for similar C&C 35s is approximately $28,000, although none of them are likely in as good a condition.
Health causes this sale.
Will consider any reasonable offer.
Location Knoxville, Tennessee
or phone 865-980-0879
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The C&C 35-3 (MKIII) is a completely new design that replaced C&C’s earlier 35 footer.
Draft (BD): 6.40’/1.95m
Draft (BU): 4.16’/1.27m
Displacement: 12150 lbs./5511 kgs.
Ballast: 5700 lbs./2586 kgs.