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Tuesday Aug 14, 2018

#10339: 1975 33' C & C 34 Sailboat (Tropical Storm Philippe)
Inventory ID: 10339 Location: North Kingstown, RI
Year:  1975 Length:  33'
Make:  C & C Model:  34
Height: N/A Beam: 10.7
Draft: N/A Displacement: 9800
Hull Material: Fiberglass HIN: ZCC331261275
Engines: Single Universal Atomic 30HP Gas Inboard Engine. Engine reported to be a recent replacement. The bottom of the engine is sitting in bilge water but the water level is not high enough to have gotten inside the engine. Engine turns freely but not tested.
Transmission: Transmission, make unknown, partially submerged, not tested, condition unknown.
Generator/Battery: There is no generator. Batteries (2) in poor condition, dead. Guest Charger, not tested, appears new.
Electronics: Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio and Sony Marine Series stereo, appear in good condition for age, not tested, condition unknown.
Ground Tackle: There is no windlass.t
Rigging: There is no canvas.
Head: Single head with manual marine toilet, not tested.
Galley: Galley with sink, Origo 2 burner alcohol stove. Interior with salon with settees, forward V-berth, aft quarter berth and head
Trailer: Trailer not included.
Shipping: This item is for Pick-up Only
Shipping Information: Item sold "where is". Assistance with shipping is generally available; however, buyer is responsible for costs of preparing item for shipment and charges for loading vessel onto trailer or transport.
Description: This 1975 33' C & C 34 Sailboat (Tropical Storm Philippe) was stored on land when struck by a neighboring boat and knocked over during storm. Hull in poor condition with chalky gelcoat. The bilge water is from rain. There are multiple transfer marks port amidships on the topsides from contact with the boat that fell on this boat. The bow pulpit and stern rail are bent. There may be some hidden abrasions. On the bottom on the port side there are large areas of bottom paint that have flaked off due to flexing of the hull when it hit the ground. There are fine cracks at some of the inspectable interior tabbing. This may be due to stresses from the impact that the hull took. Unable to inspect other tabbed areas. Not all equipment could be tested as no power to vessel at time of inspection.


  • Boom in good condition.
  • Cockpit or Helm station in good condition
  • Deck in poor condition. There is a lot of gelcoat crazing.
  • Gauges and controls in good condition for age.
  • Gunwale in good condition
  • Keel, fixed keel, lead. There are abrasions to the bottom of the keel.
  • Lifelines & Stanchions in poor condition. Three of the port stanchions are bent over at their bases. The vinyl cover on the port upper lifeline is torn.
  • Mast in good condition. The three port stainless steel rod shrouds have slight kinks from contact with the other boat.
  • Roller furling in good condition
  • Rudder & Tiller in good condition
  • Sails: No sails aboard the vessel.
  • Toe rail Large dent from impact port amidships. The adjacent vinyl rubrail is torn.
  • Upholstery, exterior, in good condition for age
  • Wheel & Binnacle in good condition
  • Winches in good condition. Two what appear new Harken cockpit winches.
  • Other windows in good condition

    Florida 6% state sales tax will apply for Florida residents.

    Storage charges will accrue after the 10 day grace period. Loading fees will apply if no trailer included. Buyer is responsible for loading fees.

    Boat stands are not included.

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