Boat Specifications

Make: C & C Yachts
Model: 115
Year: 2010
Length: 37 ft. 9 in.
Type: Racing Sailboats
Listing: 584854
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USING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN BOATBUILDING allows the designer latitude to deliver raceboat performance while maintaining cruising comfort. The new 115 is the latest embodiment of C&C's dedication to this seemingly contradictory ideal and to leading the industry in all facets of boatbuilding technology. With her epoxy resin, eglass, and CoreCell core post-cured hull laminate, vinylester resin infusion deck, and a carbon-fiber mast as standard equipment, the 115 maintains highoctane performance ratios yet an interior that features two separate cabins, luxurious main cabin, sit-down nav station, large galley, and head with stall shower. Others try to match what we're doing at C&C Yachts, but without the advanced building technology we've designed and employ, they simply do not have the tools required.

The C&C 115's long waterline (33 feet) produces a very impressive 147 displacement/length ratio. Her epoxy hull laminate consists of an all uni-directional e-glass structural laminate locally reinforced with uni-directional carbon fiber and sandwiched on CoreCell linear urethane foam coring. The laminate is carefully impregnated in metered equipment, consolidated along with all reinforcements and the coring, and placed under vacuum to allow ambient temperature cure. After this,the laminate is post-cured in a computer-controlled oven to maximize the physical properties of the composite. Building the laminate this way produces the lightest, strongest, and stiffest structure possible and the weight saved can be used for interior appointments and additional ballast further enhancing the 115's performance and livability. The bulbed 4,200-lb lead keel has an extremely low center of gravity producing a high righting moment allowing a powerful sailplan resulting in a sail area/displacement ratio of 23.1.

The infusion deck's laminate is structured from unidirectional e-glass, Baltek AL 600 coring, and a custom-blended vinylester resin. Using resin infusion with these materials results in a lighter, stiffer, and stronger deck than those produced with the antiquated, low-tech polyester resin laminating techniques favored by most other builders.

The mast on the 115 has been co-engineered by C&C Yachts and SP, the world leader in composite engineering and materials technology, to produce an optimal section for the boat. Built by Novis Composites utilizing pre-preg, carbon-fiber laminates, cured under pressure (100 psi) at 250 degrees F, the 115's mast is less than half the weight of a comparable aluminum mast yet is stiffer and stronger. The weight saved aloft adds to the 115's stability advantage and reduces pitching moment maximizing her performance. A carbon-fiber mast, once an expensive option or custom raceboat feature, is standard equipment on the C&C 115, further testament to C&C's dedication to advanced yacht construction.

The boat's fractional rig features a 110% One-Design genoa, sheeted to Harken adjustable housetop tracks set at 8.5 degrees for tight upwind sheeting angles. Offwind performance is optimized with a One-Design 15' 11" spinnaker pole allowing for an oversized symmetrical spinnaker. For daysailing or cruising, there are plenty of options for sailing with an asymmetrical spinnaker whether in a snuffer or not.

C&C's distinctive deck design is continued on the 115. Wide side decks with molded-in non-skid provide safe and secure maneuvering in a seaway. The signature slash style portlights and classic C&C styling makes the 115 a head-turner in any harbor. The cockpit puts comfort and function first. The helmsman is pampered with a wrap-around helmseat with the 60" wheelwithin fingertip reach for upwind sailing. The main trimmer is given a convenient position just forward of the helmsman and has the mechanical advantage necessary in the Harken gross/fine tune mainsheet system to tweak the best performance possible. The cockpit seats are over 6 feet long and have high seat backs for comfort. C&C's custom toerail and stanchion design maximizes on deck space and offers a necessary toehold when moving forward in challenging conditions. With the racer/cruiser in mind the deck for the 115 is designed for maximum performance while offering comfort for after the race or when cruising.

The 115 interior belies her raceboat capabilities. Using lightweight composite laminates, cabinetry is abundant and attractively finished in varnished cherry with laminated, curved trim. Bulkheads are attached to the interior components using Plexus methylmethacrylate adhesives providing additional stiffness to the hull structure without adding weight. Accommodations for six are provided in fore and aft double cabins and bunk-length main cabin settees. The forward facing nav station is designed to accommodate full navigational instrumentation. The galley is fit with a two burner gimbaled LPG stove/oven, large icebox, deep sink, and ample storage for provisions. A stall shower and large head are located aft and to port. By concentrating on weightsaving construction technologies the 115 delivers an interior befitting a comfy cruiser without giving up her dedication to top racecourse performance.

Through attention to construction details and by utilizing beyond marine industry state-of-the art technology the 115 will lead the fleet on the racecourse and cruise back to her homeport in comfort. A worthy addition to the illustrious line of C&C sailing machines, the C&C 115 is a yacht of uncompromising performance and comfort.
Draft: 6 ft. 8 in.
Beam: 11 ft. 11 in.
Displacement: 11800
Fuel tank capacity: 26
Water tank capacity: 70
Standard features:
Hull
Hull construction is a vacuum infused epoxy, unidirectional "E" glass, and synthetic cored laminate locally reinforced with carbon fiber.
Carbon fiber uni-directional reinforcements in way of keel, chain plates and centerline for high strength and rigidity
The incredible adhesion properties of epoxy allows the structural laminate to be comprised primarily of uni-directional fibers instead of chopped strand mat. Chopped strand mat is the cheapest, heaviest, and weakest component and dominates conventional polyester hull construction
Pound-for-pound an infused epoxy resin laminate is far stronger than any polyester resin laminate
Hull cosmetics are also enhanced by the extremely low shrinkage of epoxy resin vs. polyester resin (1% vs 7%) and the reduction in overall resin content thus eliminating or reducing post-cure hull distortions found in conventional polyester laminates
The vacuum infusion process and strict resin control produces a hull laminate with 65% glass reinforcement content. The industry norm for polyester resin hull laminates is 25% glass content. Our laminating process produces a stronger yet lighter hull
Synthetic foam coring is used for maximum impact resistance, stiffness, strength, and light weight. The cored hull also offers superior hull insulating properties, both thermal and acoustical
The laminate is reinforced with multiple plies of high-tensile carbon-fiber unidirectional reinforcements in highly loaded areas of the hull
Premium grade gelcoat provides superior gloss, fade resistance, and resistance to surface crazing
Interior is completely painted out for enhanced cosmetics and to seal interior laminate surfaces
Hull is backed by a transferable 15-year no blister, hull structure warranty


Deck
Deck is a balanced composite laminate utilizing Phenol B epoxy resin, unidirectional "E"-glass reinforcement, and high strength/stiffness Baltek premium sealed balsa coring
Our custom resin infusion process creates the best resin to glass reinforcement ratio possible resulting in the stiffest, lightest, strongest deck in production boatbuilding
The deck is locally reinforced at high load areas with additional plies of bidirectional "E"-glass reinforcement
White, light gray, or white/sandstone and white/gray two-tone decks with patterned non-skid are available
Premium grade gelcoat provides superior gloss, resistance to fading, and resistance to crazing
Deck coring windows are located at all hardware installations to maintain the watertight integrity of the deck coring
Hull to deck joint is secured with 1/4-20 stainless machine screws installed on 4 centers through the full-length 6061 T6 aluminum backing plate imbedded in the hull flange. This method exceeds the recommended installation requirements of the ABS scantling for offshore sailing yachts.
Hull to deck joint is sealed with 3M 5200 adhesive sealant
Hinge-up carbon-fiber reinforced helm seat with gas shock support
Composite light RTM match-molded deck locker hatches assure strict thickness controls allowing accurate gasket seal of cockpit openings. Conventional construction uses single-sided moldings with painted raw fiberglass underside.
Walk-through transom with drop down ladder
Double lifeline gate at transom
Instrument pod integrated onto housetop with convenient wire chase for instrument installations or additions
Bonded-in aluminum hardware backers


Keel/Ballast
4,200 lb. (1905.1 kg) state-of-the-art, high-lift fin design
36% ballast/displacement ratio
Keel design features extremely low center-of-gravity (CG) bulb-design that produces overall VCG below designed waterline for extraordinary stability, safety, and sail-carrying ability
Keel attached to hull with stainless steel bolts
Epoxy-coated antimonial lead provides maximum stability


Rudder
Elliptical, foam-cored rudder blade with unidirectional E-glass and carbon fiber skins
NASA high lift, low drag rudder section for maximum control and performance
Carbon-fiber, custom rudder post
Custom, IMS-inspired, 1:1 ratio ultra-responsive steering system with Edson bulkhead-mount 60� Destroyer wheel in a trough offering excellent visibility both under sail and under power
Stainless steel compass guard installed on steering pod
Emergency tiller supplied


Interior
Structural fiberglass longitudinal and athwartship grid bonded to hull and deck, utilizing high-strength epoxy adhesives and methylmethacrylate adhesives providing superior structural bonding of key components vs. low tech production construction techniques
Aerospace adhesive technology used in the attachment of internal furnishings to further stiffen the overall structure
Bulkheads and risers are pressure laminate or cherry-faced plywood
Ventilated, solid-stock varnished cherry panel locker doors with push button latch sets providing fixed latching for security in a seaway
Ventilated panel varnished cherry passage doors with high quality locking latch hardware. Doors are mounted in laminated cherry doorframes
Light weight composite construction utilized in lockers and cabinets
Curved laminated cherry locker and cabinet trim
Cabinets and trim are varnished cherry
Varnished drop leaf solid cherry table that folds to take up minimum interior space when not in use and while racing
Lockers and cabinets are finished throughout and do not show raw fiberglass, plumbing, electrical runs or raw plywood edges
Cabin sole is varnished teak and holly with bilge maintenance access lift out with lift ring
Low maintenance FRP overhead
A selection of designer fabrics optimized for the marine environment is available for interior upholstery
Varnished cherry interior house side trim doubles as a full-length hand hold
Companionway handholds
Angled FRP and teak companionway steps offer non-slip surface and security in a seaway
Two-color interior gelcoat finish, cabins in sandstone, head and overhead in bright white


Ventilation/Fixed Portlights
Forward stateroom: (1) 24 X 24 deck hatch, (1) 12 x 17 deck hatch
Aft stateroom: (1) 5 x 15 opening portlight, optional cockpit opening port available
Head: (1) 5 x 15 opening portlight, fixed portlight
Main cabin: (1) 12 x 17 deck hatch; (1) companionway hatch, portlights port and starboard


Engine/Electrical
State-of-the-art 28 HP diesel saildrive with geared folding prop provides maximum horsepower to the prop and unmatched smoothness. No leaky stuffing box, engine intake thru-hull, shaft alignment or poor reverse performance
Single lever cockpit-mounted engine control with removable handle to avoid snagging running rigging when under sail
Superior engine access through hinge-up companionway steps and aft cabin removable engine compartment box
26-gallon (98.42 L) fuel capacity in custom-built aluminum tank with remote gauge located in nav station
Racor fuel filter
White interior cabin dome lights and berth directional lights
USCG approved navigation lights
Electric sump pump with automatic float switch
Electric bilge pump with automatic float switch and manual override
Tinned copper wiring used throughout
12 Volt DC metered panel, with extensive spare breakers for future electrical installations
110 volt AC shore power with distribution panel installed per ABYC recommended practices
50-foot shore power cord
30-amp battery charger
(2) 105-amp batteries with selector switch
Wiring is enclosed in PVC wiring conduits with additional conduit in place for future installations
All wiring is properly chafe protected where it passes through cabinetry, bulkheads, and interior liners
Bare copper bonding system includes, rigging, fuel tank and deck fitting, engine, and keel


Galley
2-Burner gimballed propane stove with oven
(1) 11 lb (4.99 kg) LPG tankd
Remote sniffer and LPG shut off
Molded Granicote solid surface countertop with large, molded 8 deep sink
Storage under galley sink through ventilated varnished cherry door
Molded icebox with Granicote solid surface countertop. Four inches of insulation
Hot and cold pressure water with easy service access to pump and plumbing
Freshwater plumbing features polyethylene tubing and Whale mechanical fittings
All below-waterline hose connections are double-clamped for added security
Premium marine grade hoses throughout
Extensive lockers and shelves
70-gallons (264.98 L) freshwater with two tanks
Forespar marelon thru-hull fittings throughout, UL approved and corrosion free
6 gallon (27.1 l) stainless steel water heater, operates on 110 VAC or engine heat exchanger


Head
Marine head with 20-gallon (75.71 L) holding tank with deck pump out
Marine premium grade sanitation hoses with low odor permeability
Separate shower stall with plexiglass enclosures and molded seat
Shower in head with drain to sump and automatic pump
Pull-out premium grade head faucet for shower
Molded Granicote solid surface sink and countertops
Ample storage in upper vanity and sink locker through low-maintenance ventilated access doors


Accomodations
Forward cabin with lockers, hanging locker and shelved storage
Hinge-up V-berth with storage under
Over-length V-berth for added comfort set low for easy access
Bunk-length main cabin settees fitted with contoured cushions
Water resistant storage in main cabin seatbacks accessed through gasketed doors
Furniture-grade bunk cushions
Main cabin has cherry cabinets throughout
6' 4" (1.93 m) headroom in main cabin
Full navigation station, finished in varnished cherry
Navigation locker with storage space for extensive electronic installations
Aft double berth
Storage below aft double berth
On-deck LPG storage well
Cockpit storage lockers
Large cockpit lazarette on port side


Spars


Mast:
Novis Composites carbon-fiber mast for greater strength and stiffness, lower weight, increased safety margin, and improved performance
Black paint-coated double spreader design
Tapered mast section for reduced weight aloft
Tapered airfoil swept-back spreaders eliminate need for running backstays
Custom carbon masthead includes sheaves for 1 main, 1 genoa and 2 spin/wing halyards
Cap/upper Shroud is ultra low stretch dyform wire rigging with forged turnbuckles
Intermediate and Lower shrouds, forestay, and backstay are 1 x 19 Stainless steel wire rigging with forged turnbuckles
Internal halyards
Mast-to-deck turnbuckle to carry running rigging loads
Custom stainless steel chain plate system ties to extensive internal FRP structure and hull
Masthead anchor light
Steaming light with foredeck illuminator
Spartite mast-sealing and chock system
Harken roller-furling with furling line led aft to cockpit or Harken carbo racing foil
Minimum-height stainless steel stem tang keeps furling drum as low as possible maximizing headsail luff length
Remote panel hydraulic backstay adjuster


Boom:
Super durable black powder-coated aluminum boom
Single-line slab reefing led aft, one line for tack and clew
Internal 4:1 outhaul led aft to housetop winch and stopper
(3) Sheave outboard boom-end custom welded fabrication
(3) Sheave inboard boom-end custom welded fabrication
2-part boom topping lift
Solid boom vang with control line led aft to housetop
Cunningham led to housetop


Running Rigging:
(1) Low stretch genoa halyard
(1) Low stretch main halyard
(2) Dacron genoa sheets
(1) Dacron mainsheet
(2) Traveler taglines
(2) Adjustable genoa track taglines led to cockpit
(2) Barber haulers led to cockpit


Deck Hardware
(2) Harken 46.2 self-tailing primary winches
(2) Harken 40.2 self-tailing housetop winches
Deck organizers on housetop to accommodate 10 aft sail control leads led to individual rope clutches
Bow and stern mooring cleats
24-inch tall double stainless steel bow and stern rails
24-inch tall stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines in toe rail mount bases
C&C custom stainless steel stanchion bases designed for maximum strength and to provide maximum on-deck passage area
Boarding gate port and starboard with pelican hooks
Double transom boarding gate with pelican hooks
Molded foredeck anchor locker with overboard drain
C&C custom black-anodized aluminum toerails. Low aft for hiking comfort
Harken ball-bearing adjustable genoa tracks and cars with adjustment lines led to cockpit
(2) Winch handles
2:1 mainsheet w/stoppers lead to cockpit winches
Harken mainsheet windward sheeting traveler with tagline adjustment
Custom-fabricated stainless steel mast collar with stainless halyard organizer plates
Harken deck turning blocks for aft-led halyards
On-deck drains to waterline outlet
All Harken deck running gear for low friction and ease of use
Lewmar Ocean Series size 60 aluminum foredeck hatch with fly screen
Lewmar Ocean Series size 30 aluminum main cabin and V-berth vent hatch with fly screen
Large Lexan sliding companionway hatch on aluminum and delrin glides offers light and ventilation to cabin
Marine grade polymer lockable companionway hatch board
Housetop stainless steel handrails
Manual bilge pump mounted in cockpit
Offshore-ready, match-molded, gasketed cockpit hatch
Harken genoa sheet turning blocks
Lewmar size 0 opening portlight in head and aft cabin

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