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Used C&c Yachts 40-2 Centerboard Sloop Sailboat For Sale 65 pictures

Boat Description

The CC 40 is a True Classic 40 foot yacht that has timeless lines and is a joy to sail and Lickety Split is a special vessel since she has been in the same family all of its life on the waterand spent her first 15 years on Lake Ontario and has always been Maintained to High Standards. Shehascruised from Maine to Honduras andspent time in the Caribbean, and Bahamasand has been upgradedand is ready to go cruisingwith her nextowners.Lickety Split has never raced and since she hasbeen in SW Florida she has been stored out of the water for 6 months every year.

Here are just some of the Key Features:

– Price Just Reduced $1,500 to $55,000 !!!
– NEW 2013 Garmin GPS Map 4210 with GMR 18HD Digital Radar
– NEW 2013 Two GMI 10 instruments pedestal mounted at the helm one for Wind Direction and Speed and the other depth and speed
– NEW 2013 Simrad AP2402 Auto Pilot Controller with under cockpit linear drive
– NEW 2017 Xantrex SW2012 Inverter/Charger with remote panel below
– NEW 2013 Xantrex Link Lite Battery Monitor
– Frigoboat Keel Cooled Refrigerator with NEW 2016 Evaporator
– Repowered in October 1996 with a Yanmar 37 HP 3JH2 engine
– Newer Genoa and Cruising Spinnaker
– NEW 2014 Trojan 6 volt 450 amp HouseBattery Bank
– Amp Air 100 Wind Generator
There is Much, Much more click on Full Specifications for all the details :
Here is what Practical Sailor had to say about the CC 40:
...The CC 40 entered production as a 1978 model, and was phased out in 1983, replaced by the higher performance CC 41. The 40 has good all-around performance upwind and downwind, it both light and heavy air. Despite a wide maximum beam, the boats ends are fairly well balanced, and the rudder is deep enough to stay in the water in all but a flat-out broach....

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Lickety Split

Builder: CC Yachts
Designer: Robert Ball
Keel: Centerboard
Hull Shape: Monohull

LOA: 39 ft 7 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 31 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Displacement: 17985 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 8795 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 57 ft 0 in

Total Power: 37 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: 3JH2-E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4210
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 37 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (60 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (19 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 4
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Cockpit speakers
Wind speed and direction
CD player

Fully battened mainsail
Asymmetric spinnaker
Furling genoa
Storm jib

Inside Equipment
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Marine head
Refrigerator - Freezer
Hot water
Battery charger - Inverter 2KW

Outside Equipment/Extras
Swimming ladder
Cockpit table
Cockpit cushions
Wind generator
Manual windlass

Bimini Top - and all around Sun and wind screens for cockpit
Genoa cover
Mainsail cover
Spray hood - /Dodger


Lickety Split has a forward is a private V-berth stateroom with a hanging locker to starboard and a Large en suite head to port with private door to the en suite head. Aft into the main salon is a straight settee to port and an L-shaped settee with a fold-down dinette table to starboard. Both settees have outboard pilot berths which make Excellent Storage areas. Continuing aft to port is the navigation station followed by a double quarter berth. Across to starboard is the U-shaped galley. Centerline steps lead to the cockpit. The interior is beautifully appointed with teak woodwork throughout and updatedCaribbean print upholstery and PLENTY of storage.
From the Manufacture: ....The owner of the CC 40 expects to sail hard and is entitled to rest well. So the CC 40 hasnt a berth shorter than King-Size. That goes for the forecabin double berth, the double quarter berth, the pilot berths and the main cabin settees that convert to two singles....


Large aft U-shaped sea-going galley featuring a gimbaled propane stove with oven, LARGE top loading Refrigerator Freezer, double stainless sink on centerline with hot/cold pressure water and drain on both tacks and dont ship water on either.Three Burner propane stove/oven.PLENTY ofstorage in drawers and cabinets.
Frigoboat Keel Cooled Refrigerator (Evaporator replaced in 2016) Hillerrange three burner propane stove Foot pump on Galley Sink Galley Supplies: Cookware, tableware, flatware, cups, glasses, etc.

Electronics & Navigation

NEW 2013 Simrad AP2402 Auto Pilot Controller with under cockpit electric linear drive
– NEW 2013 Garmin GPSMAP 4210 Multi-Function Display with 10.4 diag screen
– NEW 2013 Garmin GMR 18 HD Digital Radar
– NEW 2013 Two Garmin GMI 10 instruments pedestal mounted for wind and speed/depth
– NEW 2013 Garmin GMI 10 instrument at Nav. Station for: depth, wind, location and speed
– NEW 2013 West Marine WM 3000 RF AM/FM Radio (CD, USB) with interior and exterior stereo speakers
– NEW 2013 Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC+ GX 1200 VHF (Nav Station)
– Cockpit mounted Standard Horizon Intrepid GX 1260S with separate antenna

Electrical System

– NEW 2017 Xantrex SW2012 Inverter/Charger and remote Battery Control Monitor
– NEW 2013 Link Lite Battery Monitor
– NEW 2013 30 Amp galvanic isolator
– Balmar 100 Amp High output alternator with smart regulator
– NEW 2014 House Batteries-4 Trojan T-105 Golf Cart Batteries
– NEW 2016 Starting Battery
– Bat-Maxx Battery Combiner
– Amp Air 100 Wind Generator
– LED cabin lights
– LED Running Lights includinga Masthead light and Photocell anchor light
– Two 30 amp shore power cables
– Hot water heater, both engine driven and 110 volt

Sails and Rigging

– North Full battened Mainsail with Lazy Jacks
– Original Working 100 % Jib
– 135% Genoa 8 oz Dacron offshore Tri-radial (Rolly Tasker), purchased 2007
– 135% Genoa CX6T CX7T Cruise Laminate Tri Radial (Morehouse Sailmakers) (Spare)
– Hood Asymmetric Light Air Sail
– Navtec Stainless Steel rod rigging and insulating back stay for a SSB
– Navtec hydraulic back stay adjuster
– Adjustable Baby Stay on fore deck
– Keel Stepped tapered mast
– 40 Stainless Steel destroyer wheel
– Two Barient #28Self Tailing Two Speed Winches in cockpit, mounted aft within reach of helmsman
– Three Barient #22 StainlessTwo Speed winches on deck
– Two Barient #22 Two Speed Winches on Cabin Top
– Bosons Chair
– Preventer

Rig Dimensions:

I: 53 ft.

J: 16.60 ft.

P: 46.50 ft.

E: 13.30 ft.

Sail Area/Disp. 18.20

Balance/Disp. 46.53%

Hull and Deck and Cockpit

– Centerboard Keel with only 49 draft, perfect for Florida Sailing or with the centerboard down you have 86 draft for off shore sailing
– Centerboard serviced regularly as the boat is stored out of the water for 6 months each year
– 33 lb. Bruce anchor with 100 5/16 G-4 High Test Chain with 200 of Nylon Rode
– S-L Anchorman Vertical Manual Windlass
– Forespar Motor Lift on stern rail
– Dodger, Bimini with removable forward section and side screen enclosure for cockpit
– CC anodized extruded aluminum toe rail
– Edson Teak Cockpit Table
– Cockpit Cushions
– Wash down pump with hose connection in the cockpit
– Hand Gusher Bilge Pump (1 hose connections)


– Repowered in October 1996 with 37 HP Yanmar Diesel Model 3JH2-E with 4210 hours
– Martek 3 Blade 16 Feathering/Reversing Prop (adjustable pitch)
– NEW Fall 2015 Racor Fuel Filter
– Wilcox-Crittenden Head

Spare Parts List

– Yanmar Hitachi Alternator (New, Original Equipment) Model LR 155-20, 0 12 V 55 amps for 3JH2-E engine
– 1 Alternator belt (Dayco #17455)
– Spare 2 blade fixed pitch prop 16 x 10 pitch
– Propane solenoid valve
– Extra 10 lb. aluminum propane tank (full)
– Spare parts for Wilcox-Crittenden Head
– House water pump parts
– Aluminum tubing for range oven
– Spare Cap O-Ring seals for water tanks and stern vent
– New stop cable for Yanmar Engine
– 3 Boxes with miscellaneous small electrical and other spare parts
– 2 boxes of miscellaneous rigging supplies

Broker's Comments:

Lickety Split has been in the current owners family since it was new and was never raced, the first 15 years it was on Lake Ontario with the first family member, and thenshe headed south to Florida in 1996 with its current owner. On the way down he added the new Yanmar 37 HP engine instead of rebuilding the old one then cruised the East Coast to Southwest Florida. In the years following they cruised the Bahamas many times, then headed to the Western Caribbean down to Honduras, left the boat on the hard then came back the following year to cruise the Eastern Caribbean. They have cruised Florida and the Keys in the years following and now they are ready for new adventures.

Lickety Split is Cruise Ready ,she will soon be hauled for the summer here in the Punta Gorda area so now is the time to come and see her before she is on the hard, then you can take off on your own adventure....


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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Approximate boat location: Punta Gorda, Florida