WATERMARK is a 2007 C&C 110, designed by Tim Jackett, and built by C&C Yachts in Ohio. Her long waterline length, classic C&C profile, and potent rig produce amazing performance. She can be very competitive on the race course, while still providing all of the amenities required to cruise in comfort. This boat has been primarily day-sailed and cruised, but took the club championship when raced. She is a fresh-water boat, and has received the very best of care, and shows well. Lying Toronto. US$139,000.
Post-cure epoxy hull construction
Carbon fiber mast
Retractable carbon-fiber bowsprit
Forward and aft cabins with hanging lockers and cupboards
2-burner propane stove/oven by Force 10; 12V DC Refrigeration
5 cabin fans
Single marine head; shower
120V hot water heater with engine heat exchanger
Ultra-leather in main cabin
Hand crafted cherry interior
Granicote solid surface galley countertops
Specifications and Equipment:
Full technical specifications: http://pdf.nauticexpo.com/pdf/c-c/c-c-110-technical-specifications/21350-689.html
Length overall: 36’ 4”
Waterline: 31’ 6”
Beam: 12 ft.
Draft: 6’ 6”
Weight: 10,900 lbs.
Ballast: 4200 lbs.
Bridge clearance: 55’
Make: Volvo Penta
Model: MD2030 (diesel)
Type: Sail drive
Water: 265 L, 70 US gal.
Fuel: 98 L, 26 US gal.
Holding: 75 L, 20 US gal.
Mainsail: Neil Pryde (2007)
Headsail: 155% genoa, Neil Pryde (2007)
Spinnaker: Asymmetrical with Snuffer sock, Neil Pryde (2007)
Raymarine ST60+ wind and ST60 speed and depth instruments at companionway
Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot autohelm at steering pedestal
Lowrance Chartplotter at helm
Standard Horizon VHF radio at navigation station, with RAM mike at helm
Alpine stereo system with speakers in main cabin and cockpit