Neff Yacht Sales / Used 41 foot C & C Yachts 41 Sloop - Jubilee

C & C Yachts 41

Jubilee

1987 • 41' (12.50 m) • Sloop
United States

$59,000 USD

This two owner fresh water yacht is a true sailing gem.
Sailing performance is the ultimate goal. The hull shape is a development of the proven, race winning C&C 40, Custom 39, and Custom 41. A powerful rig and high stability promise speed and control over a wide range of wind speed and direction. The under water volume is carried well forward and reduces the yachts tendency to bury the bow when heavily pressed. Rudder and keel foils are highly efficient and balanced with rig and hull, using the most advanced computer analysis. The reduced 6' draft keel/bulb configuration (see page 4 for detailed explanation) has not noticeably affected performance. In fact, on some points of sails Jubilee seems to perform better! Jubilee is a very clean and well-kept example of one of the best racer/cruiser designs of all time. As one of the last C&C 41s built, she incorporates many of the design improvements that came about including the enclosed aft cabin. Jubilee has enjoyed a constant program of regular maintenance and upgrading by a knowledgeable owner that spared no expense to keep her in top shape. She is a ruggedly built performance cruiser, ready to take you anywhere, and do it quickly in comfort and style.

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Vessel Information

Builder: C & C Yachts
Model: 41
Model Year: 1987
Type: Sailboat
Category: Sloop
Condition: Used

LOA: 41' (12.50 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.94 m)
Draft Feet: 6' (1.91 m)
Engine Info: 35 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar
Staterooms: 2

Location: Worton, Maryland United States
City: Worton
Country: United States

MAIN DESCRIPTION

This two owner fresh water yacht is a true sailing gem.
Sailing performance is the ultimate goal. The hull shape is a development of the proven, race winning C&C 40, Custom 39, and Custom 41. A powerful rig and high stability promise speed and control over a wide range of wind speed and direction. The under water volume is carried well forward and reduces the yachts tendency to bury the bow when heavily pressed. Rudder and keel foils are highly efficient and balanced with rig and hull, using the most advanced computer analysis. The reduced 6' draft keel/bulb configuration (see page 4 for detailed explanation) has not noticeably affected performance. In fact, on some points of sails Jubilee seems to perform better! Jubilee is a very clean and well-kept example of one of the best racer/cruiser designs of all time. As one of the last C&C 41s built, she incorporates many of the design improvements that came about including the enclosed aft cabin. Jubilee has enjoyed a constant program of regular maintenance and upgrading by a knowledgeable owner that spared no expense to keep her in top shape. She is a ruggedly built performance cruiser, ready to take you anywhere, and do it quickly in comfort and style.

Accommodations

Jubilee's forward cabin has a large V-berth and storage areas running the length of the berth. A closed Cell Foam Mattress with Tempurpedic Topper was installed just 8 years ago. The one-piece molded head compartment is next to starboard. It has a VacuFlush head, vanity with sink and pull-out shower head, as well as a medicine cabinet, clothes hamper, and storage locker. The hanging locker to port is full-height and generously sized. The portside settee is comfortable for sitting or sleeping. Above the port settee is
an entertainment center, with a TV/VCR/DVD on the Starboard bulkhead and Stereo, shelves, and a large cabinet. The aft-facing navigation station has plenty of room to mount electronics on two faces, a full-sized chart table, and storage drawers below. The starboard settee is U-shaped and provides seating for eight adults. Both Settees convert to double berths. The fixed double drop-leaf dining table, mounted on centerline, can be used by crew sitting on either settee. Outboard to starboard above the Settee is a pilot
berth which can be utilized as a safe, comfortable bunk at sea, or for additional storage. The galley, located aft of the dinette, is very large. Storage abounds in deep cabinets and drawers. The refrigerated icebox, propane stove, microwave, and tons of counter space facilitate the feeding of a large gang of friends. Opposite the galley is the aft enclosed cabin which features a double berth, a changing seat, hanging locker, and lots of storage shelves. Again, the mattress has a custom Tempurpedic Topper. There are turbo Fans (4) in both cabins as well as the Salon. Oiled teak interior, Varnished teak and holly sole.

Electronics

  • Raymarine Autohelm ST-6000 autopilot w/remote controller (2008)
  • Raymarine E80 GPS Chart Plotter at the steering station (2010)
  • Simrad AIS (2014)
  • Raymarine Radar At the Nav station
  • Raymarine ST-60 Wind/Speed/Depth (2007)
  • AM/FM stereo w/both Cockpit & Salon Speakers
  • ACR Epirb (2015) registered

ELECTRICAL

  • House Bank System w/1260 Amp Hours (2020) (6) Premier 210
  • New Deka Starting Battery (2019)
  • High Output Alternator (Balmar 100 amps)
  • (2) 12V plugs at the helm, anchor locker & nav station
  • Link 2000R
  • Xantrex 100 amp inverter/charger
  • Emergency combiner switch at helm (for starting)
  • 2000E Blue Sky Controller Card for solar panel
  • Lewmar V-4 Windless w/ both remote and wired in anchor locker

Mechanical & Plumbing

  • VacuFlush Head System new in 2006; rebuilt 2011; new duckbills (2018) new panels installed 2019
  • 6 Gal Hot Water Heater (2006)
  • Hot & Cold Pressure water at both galley and head
  • New 500 Racor water separator (2009)
  • Fully Rebuilt transmission (2017)
  • New motor mounts (2017)
  • Rebuilt Alternator (2018)
  • Re-bed starboard jib track & 155% track (2020)
  • Remove / Replace Mixing Elbow (2020)
  • Torque keel bolts to factory specifications (2020)

Galley

  • Gimballed 3-burner stainless steel propane stove/oven with 10 lb. cylinder in starboard locker and spare LPG cylinder
  • Adler-Barbour Refrigeration (12 volt) Built-in

Rigging

  • Offshore Triple Spreader Tapered Mast
  • Harken Batt Cars (2005)
  • Harken Big Boat traveler system (mounted just forward of the helm)
  • Aluminum boom
  • Navtec rod rigging (hydraulic bstay/vang)
  • Full spinnaker gear
  • Carbon Fiber Spinnaker Pole (new 2007)
  • New Harken RF System (2005)
  • Lazy Jack System (2010)
  • Harken adjustable Genoa Car system
  • Navtec integral hydraulic Backstay and
  • Vang adjuster
  • Babystay
  • Detachable Runners
  • Outhaul w/ 4:1 in-boom purchase
  • Harken Multi-Purchase Mainsheet system w/ in-boom fine control adjustment
  • All High tech Running Rigging (2006)
  • All Oversized Barient winches
  • #36 ST Primaries, #32 Secondary's
  • 4 Cabintop Winches
  • Line connection in mast for 2nd jib halyard

SAILS

  • #1 (2) 155% All Purpose Kevlar & Carbon Tech.
  • #2 140% Dacron Race to 20+ kts.
  • #3 100% Kevlar/Mylar w/ Battens
  • #4 w/ Wire Luff 85%
  • Mylar Staysail
  • Headsail cover for all non-roller furlers
  • #1 medium Kevlar/Mylar 155% 15 kts
  • #1 Heavy Kevlar 155% 25 kts.
  • 130% RF Cruising Dacron (Navy)
  • (2) Mainsails: 2017 / 7.6 oz, 1998 12 oz.
  • Dacron (3 reef points)
  • (3) Spinnakers in excellent condition

Hull & Deck

The hull laminate is a complex and highly engineered structure of balsa-core and triaxial cloth. The non-woven fibers of triaxial cloth laminates trap less resin. High glass to resin ratios provide exceptional strength without unnecessary weight, while complex loads in the hull itself are more easily handled by the fiber orientation. Faired keel and rudder; 6' 3" draft Mars Metal designed bulb conversion in 2005. This reduced the keel draft 22" from 7'10" to 6' 3". Trinidad S/R Pro is the present bottom paint. In 2017 the bottom was sandblasted and 3 coats of Pettit Pro and 2 coats of Trinidad S/R was rolled onto Jubilee's bottom. "Aristo" Blue Awlgrip was added in 2003, C&C 44' style teak treaded swim ladder, and a stainless steel bow anchor roller.

Additional Equipment

  • 42 lb. Rocna anchor w/ 100' 3/8 HT chain & 100' of 5/8" three strand nylon rode with swivel
  • (1) #37 Fortress alum. anchor w/ 50' 3/8" chain and 100' of 5/8 three strand nylon rode w/ swivel
  • (1) #23 Fortress aluminum anchor w/ 65' 5/16" chain and 50' of 1/2" three strand nylon rode
  • (2) 15' 1/2" snubber lines with a Mantus connection
  • (4) adjustable blue cockpit seats and misc. full cockpit soft cushions
  • Screens for hatches & companionway; new O-rings for all deck fittings (2019)
  • 54" Leather covered Destroyer Wheel
  • Lifting outboard davit installed on port transom (2010)
  • All required safety gear for off-shore trips; tethers, harnesses and two inflatable vests w/ Co2 canisters
  • Jubilee dishes and glasses & 30" TV & antenna on starboard bulkhead
  • Navy blue dodger (2003) treated each year w/ 303 waterproofing solution
  • Navy blue Bimini w/ Connector & Full Cockpit Enclosure (2003) treated w/ 303
  • Edson Teak Cockpit table w/ leaves; propane grill for connection to pulpit
  • Custom Teak Grates (3) in cockpit ; sealed entire port jib track (2019)
  • Teak Companionway instrument display above cabin steps
  • Custom Steel Cradle 8' x 16' at Delaware City Marina; made to fit bulkheads
  • Full winter cover (three pieces) with PVC framework
  • Navy covers for all Gerry Cans: 3 diesel, 2 gasoline, 3 water & one propane
  • Full Cockpit awning with side protection; front hatch cover
  • Lee Boards (protect from spray; navy sunbrella)
  • Full set of manuals for all equipment and original builders files from C&C
  • EU2000 Honda generator; 4 stroke; holds 1 gal.
  • AB Dinghy (9.5') 2010; Yamaha 4 hp engine; 2 stroke; holds 1 gal.

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.

Additional Units Included

  • 2010 AB Dinghy

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