Stus-List Wanted to buy: 34+/36xl, 110, or 37+/40

Fred Hazzard fshazzard at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 23:26:08 EDT 2017


I helped a friend bring his Amel up from the Baha last year. What a cushy
ride.  I brought my racing gloves assuming I would be handling lines.  The
most work I did was push buttons. Roll the sail out. Roll the sail in.Trim
the sail in. Let it out.  All motorized. This is a boat with a main, genoa
and mizzen. I got a blister on my finger.
All the comforts of home. Wash, dryer. Huge refrigerator/ freezing.  Umm
cold beer.  Three air conditioning systems.
I brought my foul weather gear.  Sitting under the hard dodger I had to put
on a long sleeve shirt on the midnight watch when it was blowing 25 to 30.
If I went  long term cruising I would like to have a boat like the Amel.

Fred Hazzard
S/V Fury
C&C 44
Portland, Or



On Aug 2, 2017 4:27 PM, "Josh Muckley via CnC-List" <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
wrote:

> TARTAN 3700 is very similar to 37+  or 37/40
>
> Hunter Legend series are well appointed and have low PHRFs.  I was quite
> envious of the 45 footer.
>
> I could be found cheating on my 37+ with a Grand Soleil 46.3
> http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1998/Grand-Soleil-46.3-
> 3056563/Seattle/WA/United-States
>
> I fell in love with the GS46.3 when I saw S/V Sea Wolf at Delaware City
> Marina.
> https://m.facebook.com/SeawolfAdventure/?_rdr
>
> Of course there is the Amel Super Maramu 2000.  Maybe not the fastest...
> Maybe not even the prettiest, but boy are they well built and capable boats.
>
>
> Josh Muckley
> S/V Sea Hawk
> 1989 C&C 37+
> Solomons, MD
>
> On Aug 2, 2017 5:37 PM, "Kevin Driscoll via CnC-List" <
> cnc-list at cnc-list.com> wrote:
>
>  I am putting feelers out there to see if you or someone you know may be
> getting ready / or willing to sell either the 36xl, 110, or 37/40xl soon or
> before summer 2018.  My wife and I (and 2 yr old & 1month old sons) are
> starting to look at our next boat. We've looked at the 36xl and the 37+/40,
> but have not sailed either boat.Here are our particulars:
>
>    - We are Pacific Northwest sailors out of Oregon.
>    - We currently have a 30 mkII, which we love, but the boys are
>    cramping our space already.
>    - Primarily we cruise the Columbia River, year round, but are planning
>    on keeping the boat in South Puget Sound summer 2018 and running it up and
>    down the coast back to Oregon Spring and Fall.
>    - We double hand, with lots of single handing as well.
>    - I race at least once a week and get a few ocean races in during the
>    year. I would like to race our next boat occasionally on some double handed
>    ocean races and occasional buoy race, but it is not completely necessary as
>    there are always other boats I can race with.
>    - We generally spend every other weekend on the boat throughout most
>    of the year, so we spend more time aboard than most.
>    - I don't want a 'fixer' as I feel it is a waste of time and money.
>    - We don't want a shoal draft.
>    - An aft cabin is a must for us, which puts most everything
>    pre-1988 out of consideration as far as I can tell
>    - Open to other brands (dare I say) but prefer to stay C&C.
>
> Let me know if you have any ideas.
>
> Best,
> Kevin
>
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