Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Model: 3HM
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 30hp
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
HULL & DECK:
- Hull is one piece fiberglass and balsa core sandwich construction.
- 2000 Dark blue Imron painted hull topsides; white double boottop, green bottom.
- Off white deck and trunk cabin top is fiberglass with balsa core.
- Dorade ventilators mounted on teak boxes.
- S/S guards over forward dorade/salon hatches to reduce sheet fouling and added security on deck.
- Edson pedestal 36” wheel steering with Garmin GPS above binnacle compass; teak cockpit table.
- Hull and deck are thru-bolted with S/S bolts on 6” centers.
- Teak toerails, eyebrows and cockpit coamings are finished in Cetol.
- T-shaped self-bailing cockpit.
- Double lifelines and double gates with S/S stanchions.
- External lead keel fastened on molded-in hull stub (for superior strength and provides deeper bilge).
- Rudder has had about 2 quarts of epoxy injected into it.
- 2003 bottom barrier-coated.
- 2001 lifelines were replaced.
- Clark Marine installed new backing blocks around stanchions as needed.
- S/S swim ladder on transom.
- 2 large and 2 small deck hatches.
Fuel: 32 gallons in bladder tank.
Water: 106 gallons in 3 poly tank.
Holding: 18 gallons with 3-way valve and 12V macerator (with y-valve for deck or head direct discharge).
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Single Yanmar 3HM diesel, 30 hp, 3 cylinder, FWC, with approximately 3400 hours.
- Hurth vee drive with 2.5:1 reduction gear.
- RPM/Fuel gauge and blower.
- 2014 new cutlass bearing; new stuffing box; new 1 1/8” S/S shaft; 2 blade fixed 16 x 13 RH prop.
- 2017 PSS dripless shaft seal.
- Recent motor mounts (look a little rusty).
- Racor 200 fuel filter.
- 2014 new motor mounts.
- 2014 new engine exhaust elbow.
- Engine head torqued and valves adjusted every 500 hours (last done in 2016).
- 1998 Espar diesel heater ducted throughout vessel.
- Cruising speed: 6.5 knots @ 2700 RPM.
- Maximum speed: 7 knots @ 3000 RPM.
- 12V DC & 110V AC electrical system.
- Circuit breaker panels – AC-DC.
- Guest 15 amp charger; Xantrec 1750w inverter.
- 4-6V deep cycle batteries for house (440 amp hour) and 1-12V engine start; SVS battery monitor.
- 2012 rebuilt alternator.
- 6 gallon hot water heater -works but rusty.
- Very attractive all varnished teak interior with teak and holly soles.
- 2011 new interior cushions by S&S Fabrics – sea green upholstery.
- Chain locker forward followed by a vee berth with drawers to port and hanging locker to starboard.
- Next aft is the main salon with settees port and starboard, and a dinette table on centerline along with the mast.
- U-shaped galley is next to port with a large enclosed head with stall shower opposite.
- The aft cabin contains a double quarter berth to port, the navigation station to stbd and the companion way steps in the center. It is separated from the saloon by a louvered door and louvered doors on the opening in the bulkhead from the galley as seen in the following plan/picture.
- The galley includes a S/S Hillerange three burner LPG stove and oven, S/S sinks, and a Sea Frost engine driven refrigeration system.
- 6'3" headroom in main cabin aft; 6'0" forward and in shower.
- Raytheon SL-72 Pathfinder radar; Questas #400 backstay, mount, 2000, black and white.
- 1998 B&G Network speed, depth, wind and nav.
- 2001 Raytheon ST6000 autopilot.
- 2013 Marine VHF radio with ram mic.
- Garmin GPS/MAP color 546 at helm.
- Digital TV with antenna on mast.
- Cassette stereo.
SAILS & RIGGING:
- Aluminum mast, painted white; double spreaders.
- Aluminum boom painted white – this work done by Clark Marine.
- Internal halyards are all led aft.
- S/S Navtec rod rigging.
- 1991 new forestay; rest is original.
- 2002 Doyle stack pack full-battened mainsail with cover.
- 1998 135% Maine Sailing Partners tri-radial genoa (some mildew).
- 1998 Profurl roller furler.
- Spinnaker pole – not on board.
- 1984 Doyle spinnaker (little use, good condition)– 1984 spinnaker gear (topping lift needs replacing).
- 1992 Thurston 90% blade (set up for roller furler).
- Mainsheet traveler.
- Two Barient 28 S.T. sheet winches.
- Two Barient 22 halyard winches.
- One Barient 19 S.T. winch.
- 1998 Toast-colored Dodger, Bimini and connector by S&S Fabrics North.
- Mainsail cover – tan colored.
- 2000 full cockpit enclosure by De Freitas Marine Canvas in Merritt, FL.
- Shore power cord.
- Manual bilge pump; 2 automatic bilge pumps.
- Fenders with fleece covering; docklines.
- Lofrans 12V vertical windlass with deck switch.
- 35 lb CQR Plow with 120’ 5/16” chain and ¾” nylon rode.
- 22 lb Danforth anchor with rode.
- Tricolor anchor light.
- Life jackets.
COMMENTS: CAST OFF is one of the popular C&C 38 Landfall sloops and has only had two owners. This present owner purchased her in 1988. Between 2002-2010, CAST OFF remained out of the water at the owner’s home. In 2020, due to Covid, the vessel was not launched. CAST OFF has had diligent maintenance and she shows very well. Recent upgrades and improvements include a new Doyle stack pack mainsail, Espar diesel heating system, epoxy barrier coating on the bottom. These Landfalls were designed to give a fine turn of speed, but the interior layout was built for comfortable cruising as well, utilizing three cabins. This C&C Landfall was laid up and finished in Bristol, RI and includes a better fit and finish using varnished teak joinery throughout. It is very attractive and roomy. We encourage you to come and view CAST OFF. She will not disappoint. Thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.
Mechanical Disclaimer: Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meter. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as ALL other representations noted on the listing.
DISCLAIMER TO BOARD VESSEL: In the event the Buyer boards the vessel either on land or in the water without a broker or owner, the Buyer(s) agrees and understands he boards at his sole risk and liability.
Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 47 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction.
Please call Annie at 207-363-7997 or on her cell at 603-498-3450.