1976 C&C 33' (10.06 m) 33 MKI
Port Washington, New York, United States
1976 C&C 33 MK1
Flag of Registry: United States
- Fiberglass Hull
The original C&C 33 was designed in 1974 as a custom three-quarter tonner but after three boats and high market demand the factory began building the design as a production model and 165 MK1's were produced. The popularity of this model isn't surprising to anyone who has sailed her. This design is a strong example of why C&C gained a reputation for high-performance sailing yachts. She is a masthead sloop with a total sail area of 502 ft. Rigging is solid stainless steel rod. She is easy to sail and set up for single handing and works well for weekend cruising and Club racing. The Engine and rigging are maintained and upgraded at the same yard in Glen Cove for the last 19 years. She is well built, safe, stable, fast and comfortable. Odin is a two owner vessel in absolutely amazing condition. Clean, Clean, Clean anywhere you look, bilges, engine room, cabinets the love her current owner has bestowed on her is apparent. Call for an appointment today!
LOA: 33' (10.06 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 6''
LWL: 26' 5''
Draft Max: 5' 6''
Single Berths: 4
Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Shape: Displacement
Fuel Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
Fresh Water: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
- Engine Make: Universal
- Engine Model: Atomic 4
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
The interior is considered roomy for a Mid-70s 33 footer. There is 6' headroom, good sized berths and a large chart table. The interior can sleep 5. The V-berth measures 6'4" and is comfortable for 2 adults. An overhead hatch for ventilation, a shelf on each side and a privacy door. There is a port side quarter berth, port side settee ad the starboard settee converts to a double berth. The main saloon features all cushions new in 2017, a folding dining table and large navigation station. A new Jabsco head was installed in 2015 and has a privacy door. The galley includes pressure hot and cold water, range with burners and small oven.
Electronics and Electrical
- Raymarine - Instrument Systems - Wind - Depth Speed
- Standard Horizon VHF Radio
- Stereo system with 2 cockpit and 2 cabin speakers
- Electric bilge pump
- 2 bank battery meter
- Two house batteries and one starting battery
Sails and Rigging
- Harken Roller Furling
- Genoas - Quantum Roller furling 150 and Ulman100 #3
- Mainsail - UK - Fully battened (4 years old)
- Spinnaker - North Sails - Asymmetrical Cruising
- Spinnaker Pole
- Stainless Steel Rod Standing Rigging
- Inboard Genoa tracks with adjustable cars
- Upgraded running rigging with Harken Blocks
- Stern rail BBQ
- Stern swimming ladder
- Anchor and rode
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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Jim has been passionate about the boating world his whole life. He started working with boats at the age of fifteen as a dock boy for a marina in Babylon on the south shore of Long Island. By sixteen he was performing all types of maintenance and repairs on predominately wooden vessels. When he turned nineteen he worked at Jakobson Ship Yard in Oyster Bay and became involved in the manufacture and repair of tugs, ferries, fireboats, bay tankers, and yachts.
In the mid-70s his love of sailing led him to a position in the world of fiberglass yacht building at Wright Allied in Catskill, NY. He was responsible for the design and installation of all operating systems on Seawinds, Princesses, and the S&S-designed Mark XL 42s. Next, Jim became Service Manager for Sailing Yachts, which were a C&C and Pearson dealer servicing Lake George and Lake Champlain. He also managed one of the first Ron Ball C&C 40s, Coyote, as a chartered race yacht.
Jim missed the saltwater and returned to Long Island in the 1980s. He was Yard Manager at Seaford Marine commissioning Chris Craft and Cruiser yachts, subsequently becoming Manager of Operations at North Shore Yacht Sales in Northport where he sold new Hunter, Islander, CS, and brokerage sailboats, as well as Boston Whalers. In the late 80s, he left the marine industry to become a National Sales Manager in the commercial laundry and dry-cleaning industry. His new position afforded him the time to pursue his passion for offshore sailboat racing. Jim has an impressive sailing resume encompassing almost 100,000 nautical miles. He has owned numerous boats power and sail, wood, and fiberglass.
Most recently he was a Yacht Broker at Willis Marine Center in Huntington, NY, and he has now joined the Brewer Yacht Sales team. "I look forward to sharing my passion and comprehensive yachting experience to help clients fulfill their boating lifestyle dreams." --Jim Colletti