A very good example of this well-known cruiser! The 38 Landfall has been one of the most popular of the various C&C designs, suitable for extended cruising and 'around the can' racing. "Pryority" is a re-powered, 1 owner boat that has been cared for in a meticulous and loving manner.
For more information and to schedule an appointment to get aboard call Christopher Carney at 401-683-9200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Christopher Carney at 401-683-9200
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 37 ft 7 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 29 ft 7 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 1 in
Displacement: 14370 lbs
Number of single berths: 4
Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 1
Contruction, Deck and Hull
Balsa cored laminated fiberglass hull and deck using polyester resin. Molded non skid decks. Solid teak toe rail. Lead fin ballast keel. Fiberglass spade rudder.
Covestripe: Thin style stripe
Bootstripe: Light blue
Double SS lifelines covered in plastic
(6) aluminum cleats
Teak framed companionway with plexiglas boards
Edson destroyer wheel
Stainless steel pulpits and stern rails
Stainless swim ladder
(4) fiberglass dorade vents
SS double anchor roller
Danforth 35lb anchor with suitable chain & rhode
Foredeck flood light
Beginning forward, you'll find a comfortable V-berth with storage shelves outboard. This stateroom also boasts a good sized hanging locker to starboard and a bureau to port. A door separates this area from the main saloon next aft. To port this saloon has an L-shaped settee with a custom extension to convert it to a very ample double berth. A straight settee is to starboard and a dropleaf dining table is mounted on the centerline. Aft of the straight settee is another hanging locker and drawers. Both sides of the saloon have enclosed storage lockers outboard. Continuing aft is the head compartment with sink, vanity, marine toilet and shower. Storage has also been provided in this area. The nav station is to starboard at the companionway. The galley is to port, across from the head compartment. It is followed by a double quarterberth.
Navigation and Electronics
Apelco 62 VHF radio
Apelco ALC 900 loran
Sea ranger depth
Datamarine boat speed
Sony AM/FM/CD stereo
Double stainless steel sinks
Ice Box-Adler Barbour
Gas systems three burner, oven and broiler
Wilcox marine toilet, hand pumped, salt water flushed.
Rule 354 series bilge pump on float switch w/ high water alarm
Shurflo fresh water pressure in engine compartment
(2) house batteries, (1) start
Xantrex digital battery inverter/ charger
Upgrades and Maintenance
Repower 2001 -Yanmar installed with non-dripping stuffing box and new fuel tank
The original, plastic bow fresh water tank under the v-berth was replaced with a custom stainless steel tank .
A ball valve drain was added in the bilge to facilitate draining all three tanks
Larger strainer was added to the main fresh water feed under the galley sink
The shower in the cockpit is controlled by a Grohe temperature & pressure compensated valve in the lazarette
All indoor lighting has been replaced by LED
New hot water maker with bypass
Acrylic on all opening hatches has been replaced including a new custom acrylic panel for the companionway to provide a window.
Two opening hatches on top and the companionway hatch have been re-bedded
Quarter berth hatch was replaced
Watch gauge added to the holding tank
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.