Windflower - Hull 87
The C&C Corvette is a fibreglass-hulled 31-foot sailboat that was produced from 1966 to 1971 by Belleville Marine Yard/Morch Marine in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. It was designed by Cuthbertson & Cassion Ltd. in 1965. C&C was a Canadian company with a long history of designing and building both cruising and racing sailboats. C&C was known for the racer/cruiser and was known for delivering high quality boats at reasonable prices. The Corvette was one of the first very successful boats the company designed. It is a boat than can be used to cruise in coastal waters, while also being suitable to sail across the ocean. It features full, but basic, amenities and can sleep up to five aboard. A total of 167 were built. The Corvette is a very fine looking, comfortable, and seaworthy boat that has a very loyal following.
Windflower, this Corvette, has been in our family for 50 years - "right out of the box". It has been well maintained and updated over the years.
The fabric has been replaced about 6 years ago.
All ports have bee changed to opening port.
Engine Atomic 4 has been maintained. New cutlass bearing 2 years ago.
Refrigeration was added 3 years ago with an internal low‑voltage cut-off.
A complete replacement of the battery and battery management system. Series 27 HD start battery & 2 6-volt deep cycle house batteries and dual system connected through automatic charging relays.
Both main and genoa are less than 4 years old. The furling system is 2 years old.
Bay Sails - Full Batten Main (two reef points)
Bay Sails 155% Genoa
Hood 180% Drifter Genoa
Hood #3 Full Luff Genoa
Unknown Genoa Staysail
Hood Spinnaker Staysail
Reason for selling - To everything there is a season - It is just time.