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1986 C&C Landfall

San Diego, California

$64,900

39' C & C Landfall '86 "Gaia J"

GAIA J is a unique and capable blue water cruiser with exceptional sailing characteristics and can sail close hauled at 30 degrees. There are numerous areas of insulation (providing warmth and preventing condensation) as she has sailed in all climates. This boat cruised extensively in Mexico, the Pacific Northwest and Canada, including two circumnavigations of Vancouver Island and a trip from Vancouver to Hawaii. For safety and comfort, a hard dodger and canvas enclosure have been added to the center cockpit. After cruising down the coast and spending a season in Mexico, the boat was brought back to San Diego by the second owners who sold her to the current owner in January of 2002 who has since lived aboard and sailed her exclusively in Southern California waters.

Basic Boat Info

Price: $64,900
Boat Name: Gaia J
Make: C&C
Model: Landfall
Year: 1986
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: C&C
Designer: C&C Design Group
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: ZCC39017G586
Has Hull ID: Yes
Range: 632.93 mi

Dimensions

Length: 39 ft
Length Overall: 39 ft
Length Of Deck: 38'10 ft
Waterline Length: 33'4 ft
Beam: 12'2 ft
Max Draft: 5'5 ft
Min Draft: 5'5 ft
Displacement: 19,463 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6'6 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JHE
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 44hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1985
  • Engine Hours: 1790
Cruising Speed: 6.45 kn
Propeller RPM: 1800
Maximum Speed: 7 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 80 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 124 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 14 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Cruisers, Center Cockpit

Contact

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Yachtfinders Windseakers

Office

Yachtfinders Windseakers
2330 Shelter Island Drive Suite 207
San Diego, California, US, 92106
Tel:(619) 224-2349


Accommodations

MASTER STATEROOM, aft:

Athwartships queen berth has cedar ventilator under cushions. Overhead Plexiglas hatch, two opening port holes with screens and shades and 12V fan for ventilation and several overhead lights creating a bright and comfortable cabin. Double shelves to port and starboard with container boxes and polyester mesh to hold belongings on shelves. The aft shelf has a canvas cover and two large mesh compartments for added storage. Forward of the berth on each side (port and starboard) are two drawers and two closing cabinets. There is a large hanging locker on the port side. There are four other mesh bags on cabin sides for additional storage. Engine room access door is forward.

GUEST STATEROOM, forward:

Hanging locker to port; enclosed head and shower to starboard. Large V-berth bunk. Port and starboard shelves with nylon mesh enclosures. Canvas enclosed shelf forward with large mesh bag behind. 12V fan and opening overhead Plexiglas hatch provide good ventilation. Numerous mesh bags on all bulkheads and open areas. Six-plug 110V outlet; reading lamps; teak staving along bunk sides.

SALON:

The salon has opposite-facing settees with a centerline folding table which has been custom-built into four separate leaves providing large or small surface area. The starboard settee opens to a double berth. There is a large custom bookshelf on the forward bulkhead to starboard and a bronze clock, barometer and inclinometer to port. Two small and large opening hatches, 12V fan and two large opening ports with pull-down shades and screens for cross ventilation. Behind settee to port are two mesh-covered shelves and a shelved cabinet forward. Starboard side has two open shelves and a shelved cabinet forward.

 

Nav table is aft to starboard in main salon. Radios and electronics are mounted outboard. Aft bulkhead has electrical panel and instruments. There are two reading lamps in this area. Overhead are nylon clip straps for charts or fishing poles. Overhead handrails to port and starboard. Windows have accordion-style curtains. Two overhead 12V lamps and large brass oil lamp amidships.

HEAD, aft:

The head is enclosed on starboard side of master stateroom. The inboard side is lined with numerous mesh storage bags. There is a pullout showerhead, two outboard medicine chests and storage under sink and on forward bulkhead. The sink has manual and pressure fresh water faucets. There is teak grating on shower floor but otherwise molded plastic for easy cleaning. There are two shower curtains to keep shower water from getting on everything. The manual pump for outboard holding tank is behind head.

 

Non-skid on angled areas of floor

Teak and holly cabin sole throughout the boat

Fans in all cabins

Lamps in salon and cockpit

Storage bags throughout

Clarion stereo with speakers in salon and cockpit

Galley

Nova Kool S/N R105/738 Refrigerator

3-burner S/S Hillerange propane stover with oven

Pressure and manual fresh water systems

Forward of stove are two large top-loading iceboxes

Inboard centerline double S/S sink

Mesh-covered shelves and open space above for cups and dishes

(4) enclosed cabinets and a mesh-covered shelf outboard

Galley bulkhead aft has numerous mesh pocket-containers for assorted galleyware

 

Electronics and Navigation

Navico 5000 autopilot

24-mile Raytheon RL 72 radar

Icom 600 SSB radio (all channels opened for HAM)

Horizon VHF radio (all channels) with extension speaker in cockpit

Ritchie compass

Depth sounder

Lowrance GPS and Micrologic GPS

Brooks & Gatehouse speed and distance log

Wind speed indicator

Electrical

DC and AC electrical systems

2500W Trace inverter/charger

Heart smart regulator / 100 amp Balmar alternator

Automatic battery charger

Dockside electrical cable

(2) BP 90W solar panel and smart regulator

(4) 6V  golf cart batteries (New in July '18) as house bank

(2) 12V Gel batteries as second bank

Deck

Main Deck:

(3) anchors and anchor davit

Danforth 1600 anchor with 200’ 3/4” rode

Primary 44# Bruce anchor with 300’ 5/16” high-test chain

Secondary 45# CQR (Danforth) anchor with 330’ rode and 30’ chain

Swim ladder

Radar post and hoist for outboard, etc.

Side stanchions and lifelines

Mast and bow pulpits and rails

(2) solar ventilators and (2) dorades

Lofrans 1000W electric windlass

Bosun’s chair

Bimini top, cockpit awning and hard dodger

Docklines and fenders

Aft deck light

Anchor light

Spreader light

Navigation lights

Wood toerails

Fiberglass decks

Sailomat windvane

Windshield Wiper

Emergency tiller

Sails and Rigging

6-oz 435-sq ft 120% Genoa with sacrificial cover and foam luff (1999)

Most sails are Carol Hasse brand

9-oz 95-sq ft trysail with separate track and halyard (1993)

Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker in good condition with snuffer

9-oz 100-sq ft 37% staysail (1993)

Wire S/S standing rigging

Harken roller furling

(3) regular and (4) self-tailing Barient winches

(2) winch handles and holders

Gas spring boom vang

Aluminum keel-stepped mast

Whisker pole

Boom cradle

Engine and Mechanical

Fresh water cooling system

Raw water sea strainer

Edson wheel steering

Manual marine head with 14-gal bladder-type holding tank

Emergency engine stop

Racor 500 fuel filters with vacuum gauge

Stove and engine fuel shut-off valves

(2) automatic and (1) manual bilge pumps

CO2 and halon fire extinguishers

2:17 Kanzaki-Hurth transmission

Bilge blower

Thermal insulation

Engine alarm

Safety

(4) life jackets

MOB pole and life ring

Exclusions

All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.

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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