Description - See below for more details on the build - We are selling my father's boat because he has passed away.
It is a 39' C&C Northeast. He has owned it since 2004 and has spent the last 13 years sailing it around the Caribbean.
It has been in Seabrook on and off for the last 10 years. Before he passed this week he had the Diesel engine running and was about ready to take it back out. Then he was killed by a drunk driver.
From what I understand it has all parts and sails included.
The inside needs a lot of work to be perfect and was in a stage of repair by him for the last year.
I understand mechanically everything works but it is not perfect by any means and that is why we are listing it for $6000.
We need to sell it to take care of his estate, so we are pricing it low.
This will make an incredible project boat for anyone wanting a 39' live aboard or project.
Thank you for looking.
Located in Seabrook Marina, Texas - 1900 Shipyard Dr, Seabrook, TX 77586
Builder - C&C Custom Yachts
Designer - Rob Ball
Displacement 14,900 lbs
Ballast 6,775 lbs lead
Sail Area 737 ft2
Hull Colour White
Deck Colour White
The C&C Northeast 39 is something of a 'cult' boat on the Northeastern seaboard where almost all of them live. They are usually snapped off the market within days or weeks of listing. These vessels represent a level of performance, beauty and quality of construction that is unmatched in their price range.
This Rob Ball design was intended as an improvement to the C&C 41. The criteria were for a faster boat on all points of sail with greater stability and superior construction. The intended use was for serious offshore racing or very fast cruising.
The vessels were semi-custom builds, constructed to the rigorous standards of the famous Bruckmann yard.
The boats are 'Stick-built' rather than 'Pan-built' as are regular C&C production vessels. This means they are significantly stronger and more durable for use under more extreme conditions. Their SA/D ratio is in tune with the most recent generation of performance sailboats, in the range of 22 - 24.
The Ballast/Displacement ratio is an incredibly high 46%. This means she is stiff enough to carry all that propulsive power without being overwhelmed. An enormous balanced spade rudder and a 50 inch wheel keep her easily helmed when seas build or an aggressive skipper hangs excessive cloth. An 8 foot custom-faired keel keeps her sailing at high speed well into the 35 degree range. Her hull-form allows for a reduced wetted surface in light-air conditions and she can easily squeeze 6.5 to 7 knots of boat-speed from 10 knots of wind.
Despite the high performance prospectus, these vessels are elegantly fit out below. All teak interiors gleam with oiled bulkhead surfaces and high-gloss varnished trim.
Handholds are always close-by, making moving about in a seaway secure and safe. Berths are large and comfortable, with collapsible lee-boards built into the centre of the bigger beds. The layout is equally efficient for racing or long term cruising.
The Bruckmann carpenters showed off their estimable skills in her joinery. The Northeast 39 is something of a 'cult' boat on the Northeastern seaboard where almost all of them live. They are usually snapped off the market within days or weeks of listing.
These vessels represent a level of performance, beauty and quality of construction that is unmatched in their price range.
Aluminum structural grid with longitudinal and athwartship members. Deep keel sump. "Belt and Braces" keel attachment with oversize stainless steel bolts and "S" glass swarthing of the sump/keel joint. The hull is Baltek cored for stiffness and impact resistance.
The hull-deck joint is fastened with adhesive and stainless bolts, then glassed over for a truly monocoque construction.
Leaks are impossible. The deck is Baltek cored except for solid glass in areas of structural penetration. All bulkheads are glassed 360 degrees to hull and deck.
The joinery is likewise glassed to adjacent hull or deck members. The mast-step is an integral part of the central structural grid.
The hull has been epoxy barrier coated.
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