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1968 31 ft C&C Corvette 31

Stock Number: 6439
Price: Call for Pricing
Location: Picton, ON

 

SPECS

Model Year: 1968
Manufacturer: C&C
Engine Fuel Type: unleaded
Hull Material: Fiberglass

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DIMENSIONS

Beam Measure:9.08 ft
Free Board Measure:
Cabin Headroom Measure: 6 ft
Dry Weight Measure:
Ballast Weight Measure: 4,000 lb
Displacement Measure: 8,545 lb

General Description

The Corvette is an early success from the C&C design/build team. Approximately 170 were built at the C&C Belleville Marine Yard from 1967 - 1971.  

Today the Corvette appears as a classic cruiser but it was a very successful racing boat under the CCA (Cruising Club of America) Rule. Its first race was the 1968 Lipton Cup in Florida, in the SORC series, in which it won its class,In the Miami - Nassau Race of that series it was 2nd in class and 2nd overall in a fleet of over 100 boats. In the windy Governor's Cup Race off Nassau, it was first in class again.

The Corvette design is type-formed by CCA and is similar to the 35' Invader and 36' Frigate from C&C in the same period. All three boats had great success in racing, including on Lake Ontario.

The Corvette and Frigate feature keel/centreboard design, an option which C&C carried on throughout their era. It afforded a tremendous rating benefit as well as the more commonly recognized attribute subsequently of access to shallow water with good upwind performance with the board down.

For sale now by a very happy and satisfied owner, who has actually owned the boat twice, having bought her initially in 1985 as the second owner, sold her in 2012 and re-purchased her 6 years ago. She has been coddled with winter indoor storage and has been updated and upgraded along the way.

Own a piece of Canadian yachting history.

 

Additional Detail Description

On Deck

Starting at the bow Quoin has a double anchor roller and a custom molded  anchor locker in lieu of the standard hawse pipe. 
Stainless steel step-through pulpit with double lifelines and lifeline gates ending at custom step-through sternrail with foldup custom swim/boarding ladder 
Two each bow and stern mooring cleats, 
Teak-capped toe rails with 12' long genoa tracks 
Teak coachroof trim strips
Teak coachroof handrails
Recent Bomar forward and coachroof hatches 
Recent Beckett opening ports with rain shields and screens allow ventilation and keep out the rain
Dorade vent cabintop above head on port side
Recent ash white-finish coamings provide more comfortable cockpit seating
2 x #40AST genoa winches 
2 x #7 single speed winches on cabintop for halyards & controls
1 x #7 single speed winch in cockpit for genoa furling
All lines led to cockpit
Harken mainsheet system and Harken traveller at aft end of cockpit on coaming
Custom tiller extension

Full enclosure
Cockpit cushions

** Deck re-cored and refinished 2007 **

 


 


Engine

The original Atomic 4 30 hp engine was rebuilt in the mid-80s and has run flawlessly since. She has a recent exhaust system and fuel tank. 
The propeller cutout was enlarged to accept the larger 12" CDI 2-blade prop

The engine is accessible through a custom multi-panel companionway structure allowing full height and full width access. The engine can easily be removed from the boat.  

The engine compartment houses the batteries on the stbd side, fore & aft and there is a 12V light which provides a lot of illumination in the compartment.

Accommodations

Below decks you've got space. Space to move in and space for stowing. The warmth of teak is a beautiful touch in a well-planned layout. Quoin's interior is customized with additional teak and additional cabinetry and stowage. The teak cabin sole is custom.

There's full headroom all the way forward and easy privacy for the main cabin, head and forward cabin. Quoin has recent salon cushions by Quinte Canvas. There is also a custom teak drop-leaf dining table which drops down from main bulkhead able to seat 4.  

For sleeping, you have two full length settee berths in the main cabin and 6' 6" v-berth forward. The starboard settee is lengthened for sleeping by removing the forward armrest, revealing a footwell under the hanging locker, The port settee is similarly lengthened by means of a footwell behind the armrest aft under the galley. Quoin has custom hull-side teak battens in the forward cabin and salon.

The galley was designed by a sailor. It's spacious and well organized, with plenty of formica counter. There's a stainless steel sink with foot pump, a huge icebox with refrigeration and lots of stowage space. Quoin has additional custom galley cabinetry and has a propane system with propane stove. 

The centreboard cable is concealed in a stainless tube on the boat's centreline in the galley which serves very well as a grabrail for security. The cable is on a drum under the companionway bridgedeck where it enters the cockpit.

Recent interior rewiring and lighting. A light in the salon above the door to the head and hanging locker has switches to turn on/off from 12V or shore power supply.

Enclosed head with toilet to port and hanging locker to starboard. Quoin's toilet and holding tank recently replaced.

The cockpit is 8' long and has port, starboard and aft cockpit lockers as well as a lazarette, affording loads of stowage space. Quoin has a propane tank locker and stove and bilge fume sniffer.

The centreboard cable terminates at the forward end of the cockpit and a handle is inserted to raise and lower.  

Rig and Sails

Black Aluminum Single-spreader, deck stepped, masthead rig with ss 1 x 19 upper and forward & aft lower shrouds. ss 1 x 19 split backstay with adjustor purchase. SS 1 x 19 forestay with Harken genoa furler.
Aluminum boom with reefing lines clutches for reefing lines .Bales for vang and mainsheet. Magic box purchase system for outhaul. End-boom sheeting for optimal mechanical advantage.
Vang - block & tackle

New sails in 2010
- mainsail and cover with lazy jacks
- furling genoa with UV strips
Spinnaker and full spinnaker gear  
Older mainsail and genoa

 

Electrical and Plumbing

Electrical:
Shore power with ~40' cord to cockpit connection
Nautilus battery charger
Selector switch
Battery isolator
Battery monitor
House battery + Engine start battery
DC panel + AC panel and 2 120V outlets
Electric bilge pump
Running lights, Anchor light & Steaming light
Refrigeration
Stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers

Plumbing:
Manual cold water in galley 
Manual marine toilet and holding tank - recent
Manual bilge pump
 

Other

Docking & Anchoring:
Stainless steel double anchor roller - custom
Bruce anchor wtih 30' chain + 90' rode
4 x fenders
4 x dock lines

Safety:
4 x lifejackets
Flares - current & compliant with DoT
Lifering with heaving line
Lifesling / horseshoe
MOB pole
2 x fire extinguishers
Boarding ladder
Radar reflector
Watertight light
Horn

Winter:
Custom double axel trailer in good highway condition
Genco winter cover with frames

Navigation & Electronics:
Windex
Bulkhead mount compass
Speed/log
Depth
GPS/plotter
VHF
Autopilot

2 x Super Solar Showers 

 

Upgrades

2018 - bottom soda blasted and epoxy bottom & rudder
2009 - cockpit and deck re-cored and painted
2010 - new sails
2010 - Molded fg anchor locker 
Centreboard stripped and recoated
2020 - exterior wood refinished - varnish
Re-wired with new lighting
Expanded propellor cutout with 12" CDI prop and faired keel forward of aperture for enhanced flow over prop
2007 - new Bomar hatches & Beckett opening ports with screens and rain shields

 

Disclaimer
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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