1986 C&C 44 -$89900 

(Port Orchard)






Attitude is one of the most well-equipped boats in the Pacific Northwest. She has:

Central air conditioning and heat, Generator, Fridge and freezer, Custom cabinets, Vacuflush heads, Built in Television and microwave

New sails, And lots more...

Attitude is more than a “pretty lady” she is extremely versatile:

Attitude can be a Racer, Cruiser; or Live Aboard.

Attitude is everything you could want in a boat and she is beautiful too.

LOA: 44ft. 2in. LWL: 35ft. 3in. Beam: 13ft. 3in. Draft: 8ft. 0in. Hull Speed: 7.5kts
Displacement: 23,691 lbs. Keel/Ballast: Fin keel (approx. 9800 lbs) constructed of lead and antimony alloy.
Edson 5 ft. Destroyer Wheel (new steering cable installed in October 1996, new Edson cushioned leather, March 2001)
Stern mounted swim/boarding ladder
Builder: C&C Yachts - Year of Manufacture: 1986 Designer: Rob Ball

Hull: Single-unit fibreglass molding. Color - Blue “Awlgrip” with 2 boot stripes
Deck: Single unit fibreglass molding with balsa core added into deck area to give
additional stiffness. Deck Color – white.

All standing rigging replaced May 2000 with repairs recommended in Toss’ rig survey by Spartech & CSR Marine, transom painted & new name & hailing port graphics added June 2000. Rudder removed and checked, repacked with grease December 2001

Registered Sail Number 40902:
Cruising: new 100% roller jib (3DL S w/ Sail cote plus, TF offshore film grey) by North Sails Seattle; cruising #2 jib cut for roller furling jib w/sun shield – new main (3DL S Full batten w/2 reef points & overhead leech cord) by North Sails Seattle. Cruising nylon gennaker with snuffer plus and bag serviced June 2008 by North Sails Seattle.
Dacron full battened cruising main (1987) w/triple reefs,
Racing: Light # 1 – new 2000, Light #1 Drifter, Heavy #1, #2 Kevlar medium
weight (#2 jib cut for roller furling by North Sails –1997, with sun shield), Kevlar full battened main (cleaned and serviced, new battens, & re-cut December 2001) w/two reefs; 1/2ozs nylon spinnaker (1987); 3/4ozs nylon spinnaker (1987); 1 ½ ozs. nylon spinnaker (1987), #3 blade (with battens) & #4 jib. Light air spinnaker wind-finder. All racing sails serviced by Halsey Ligard, Seattle – December 2001.
All jib sails have “sausage bags” (three new in December 2001).

Spars and Rigging:
Standing rigging - NAVTEC solid stainless rod (all standing rod rigging replaced and rigging fittings overhauled in May 2000 by CSR Marine/SparTech, Seattle, WA)
Harken roller furling, plus additional dual track foil head stay (used for racing)
Alum. Mast & boom (re-finished and painted white in May 1994, both serviced & overhauled May 2000) with triple spreaders, leather spreader boot covers (new December 2001).
Spinnaker pole, mast track and topping lift.
Running backstays; baby-stay not used.

Running rigging: full w/2 spinnaker halyards (port halyard new in 1997, new stbd. spinnaker halyard as spare) jiffy/slab reefing new lines 2000 and 2001.
Lazy Jacks by Schaefer, installed in 1996
Mast track system: Strong Slide System model# ST-3-FBP installed May 1997 by North Sails Seattle. Both racing & cruising mains modified w/Strong sliders
Halyard Restrainers - Harken Model #934 installed in May 1997
Backstay and boom hydraulics

Sheets, Lines and Tackle:
3 pairs of jib sheets (1 set new in 2018)
4 pairs spinnaker sheets; one light air (new 1996), two medium (1 new 1996), one heavy (all spinnaker sheets spliced to Nicro snap-shackles)
Main boom preventer sheet
2 Full sets of mooring (fore and aft) lines and springs (fore and aft), 6 inflatable fenders
9 Snatch blocks from Nicro and Merriman safe working loads 2000lbs to 10,000lbs
2 Spreacher spinnaker blocks; 2 Schaefer blocks w/snap shackles; 2 Ronstan blocks
Cruising spinnaker sheets with two Harken “Hexaratchet” blocks and Nicro 2" snatch block; sock (sleeve) for the spinnaker with control lines.
ATN “The Tacker” - for control of the cruising spinnaker tack.
All control lines in very good to excellent condition with replacements made in 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001 & 2018.
5 Mast base turning blocks replaced in 1997.

Two Barient #36 two-speed primaries
Two Barient #32 two-speed self-tailing secondaries
Four Barient #23 two-speed self-tailing halyards etc. w/four triple Spinlock Rope Clutches (2 of the Spinlock Clutches replaced with new triples in 1996)

Engine: Yanmar 4cyl. Diesel; 44hp, serial # 00721; model 4JHE w/Kanzaki reduction/transmission model# KBW20. 3000 hrs
Engine Servicing: Engine oil and filter last changed August 2018
Engine cooling- fresh water (impeller replaced in 1996)
Stuffing box removed and replaced with dripless and a new shaft – about 2010.
Fuel filter last changed in 2017
Fuel Tank (Manufacturer’s Std. Tank) - aluminum 35/40 (?) U.S. gallons (internally cleaned 1997)
Propeller: Max Prop Auto Feathering 3-blade bronze folding propeller w/stainless steel shaft; propeller new in October 1997, new zincs for shaft and prop. August 2020

Electrical Power:
Electrical System: 50amp 12volt engine driven alternator
Three Batteries: Two marine deep-cycle “house” batteries new in 2015
One marine deep-cycle “engine starting” battery new in 2017
Shore power: AC 110volts with three 50ft. ship-to-shore power cables 30amp, one 20amp 50ft cable; plus additional connectors for 20amp and 15amp sockets. 30amp “Y” adaptor.
Eight 110 volt ac outlets; fluorescent 12 volt cabin lights; other 12 volt lighting located
throughout the cabins and heads.
Pro-Mariner (PM 50-3) 3 bank 50amp battery charger with 3 step charging - new 1998
Inverter (Statpower PW 800) 800watts, dual a.c. receptacle located at nav. table – 1998
Fischer Panda, 30 amp diesel generator (Installed by CSR Marine)

Safety Equipment:
Avon 10 person life raft, fibreglass canister and deck top brackets—last serviced 2005
4- Coast Guard approved life-jackets) 4 inflatable life jackets--by Sospender (One with automatic inflation) “World Class Boating” Pro Models; 3 with manual inflation, all w/personal strobe/flashlights by ACR and all with whistles attached. 2 - Floating cushions
2 - Forespar horseshoe (new in 1999) buoys, the port & starboard horseshoe buoys have
attached SOLAS automatic strobe lights, whistles and drogues and Forespar MOB poles
with 50ft of floating line.
2 - Marine emergency medical packs.
5 - Approved fire extinguishers last inspected in 2018.
2 - 25mm flare pistols
4 - Heavy weather individual safety harnesses (2 - Ocean Passage Maker & 2 Pelican ORC Safety Harnesses)
Port and starboard heavy weather jack lines 6000lbs with s.s. shackles, both with “safety stoppers.”
One “Sospender” 6ft. individual tether with quick release snap shackle & standard snap hook; 3 Wichard elastic 6ft safety tethers (one of model# 7006, two of model# 7002) each with 3 double action safety hooks

Ground Tackle:
Main: 12kg anchor with 150ft 5/16" chain and 100ft 3/4" rode
Secondaries: 2 Danforth anchors each w/20ft 5/16" chain and 150ft 3/4" rode
One “Loframs” vertical 12volt electric windlass (approx. capacity 1000 lbs)

VHF – Hand held Motorola VHF MP100 series. VHF radio with integrated GPS.
Radar - Raytheon RL70RC 4kW with Edson delux hydraulic mast mount. Pathfinder RayChart 7" display (upgraded to latest version internal software January 2002). The RayChart display is mounted in an Edson pod (starboard mounted) on the pedestal guard. The RayChart has micro C-Map NT cartography and GPS information provided by RayStar 112 Seatalk GPS. Available Micro C-Map NT cartridges cover: North & South Puget South, plus Victoria, B.C. north to Point Roberts and the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Barkley Sound, B.C. (includes San Juan & Gulf Islands added in June 1999.)
Autohelm 500 Navcenter - Nav’s position and a Autohelm plotter repeater mounted at wheel position (Navcenter new in 1996). with “C” Map cartridges (coverage Puget Sound north to 51degs. North, plus Barkley Sound). Upgraded internal software May 2001.
GPS Apelco GPS receiver with Autohelm Differential GPS unit added in July 1998 plus
Raytheon GPS “RayStar 112" receiver connected to Raytheon Pathfinder RL74RC
Autopilot - Autohelm ST7000 with Autohelm NMEA & SeaTalk interface (added in 1998) for GPS/Radar and computer interface. RayMarine wireless, Computer integrated navigation system - Software “The Cap’n Voyager” version 6.1 (dated January 2001) with full CD chart coverage of Pacific Northwest and north to Vancouver and west of Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada, plus south to
San Francisco and Mexican Border, Laptop computer is linked to the Apelco GPS and Autohelm GPS differential receiver by NMEA connections AIS Receiver and AIS class B receiver and transmitter..
Autohelm ST80 Instruments – New in April/May 2001. ST-80 depth/speed triducer (thru-hull) added June 2000, ST80 Wind transducer added April 2001 MaxiView at mast (Edson pod mount) MasterView, Analogue Wind, MultiView and Analogue MultiTrim located in cockpit. Located on pedestal in Edson mount Remote Control Keypad and Analogue Compass. Located at autopilot control position Man Over Board Control. All ST80 instruments integrated with RayMarine “SailRacer” software Version 3.0, Raytheon RL70RC radar and the Raytheon autopilot.
B&G Sailing Electronics for: Depth and speed retained at the navigation station
Compass: Ritchie Globemaster Model 515 mounted on Edson pedestal
Digital electronic compass - Sailcomp nav. station master w/master control at helm
Stereo: Maxima Marine with Sony (10 CD cassette) CD player w/4 internal speakers and two external waterproof cockpit mounted speakers.

Accommodations, Galley, Etc.
Airconditioning – heat & cool (!!0 volt, a.c.). Installed by CSR Marine
Ice Chest converted into refrigerator & freezer
Water tank capacity: Std. – approx. 80 U.S. gallons in 2 PVC tanks
Holding tanks: 2 PVC tanks, capacity of each approx. 30 gallons (aft replaced in 1997)
Aft double-bed owner stateroom w/access to head and shower (head re-built 1997)
Forward V-berth double with privacy door; private head & shower (head re-built in 2001)
pilot berth (port); 2 settees can also be converted to extra bunks
Pressure water - hot (110 volt ac shore power heater & engine heat exchanger) and cold water.
Main Cabin Heat - Force 10 propane cabin heater
Hillerange Princess propane 3 burner stove w/built in oven; serviced in October 1997 with new propane pressure valves replaced in October 1997
Microwave installed above galley counter on starboard side.
Auto safety propane “shut-off” system
Twin s.s. sink unit with pressure hot & cold water, plus manual foot pump cold water
Large capacity ice chest w/twin access hatches water drain by foot pump
Interior: Teak and holly sole (refinished in 1996/97), interior finish - varnished teak. All cushions and bunk mattresses replaced and recovered with ultra suede in June 2000.
Main cabin teak folding table re-finished in 1997
Exterior: Edson teak folding table and teak triple mug holder mounted on Edson cockpit
pedestal guard rail (Table and mug holder new 1997)
Cockpit cushions by “Bottom-Siders” new in 1997
Two PVC holding tanks, aft tank replaced in 1997, both “Y” valves replaced in 1996.
new seals in the head toilets—August 2001. Both have overboard macerators
Aft Head has VacuFlush toilet (installed by CSR Marine)

Additional Items:
Cockpit dodger added in May 2000
Teak cockpit grating
Stern mounted Edson 12ft. 3½ inch diameter mast with deluxe hydraulic leveling platform, GPS antenna bracket w/s.s. extension; anchor light mast with “Guest strobe 50,000candle
power/anchor light - model 314A;” Edson 9900 candlepower halogen cockpit light.
U.S. and Canadian charts for Puget Sound, Strait of Juan de Fuca and north to Vancouver, B.C. and West Vancouver Island to Barkley Sound.
C Maps & C-Maps NT for all of the Puget Sound, Straits of Juan de Fuca and north to Vancouver, BC, plus Barkley Sound, Vancouver Island, BC
U.S. and Canadian Sailing Directions for the Pacific Northwest & British Columbia
U.S. and Canadian Tide Tables for 2002
Navigation Rules International-Inland - U.S. Coast Guard Publication
Engine reference manual.
Bosun’s chair - new 1997. New mainsail, wheel and winch covers in 1997
2 Boat hooks, track mounted cleat.
Cockpit and wheel position has fitted floor teak trivet grate (refinished December, 2001)
Edson folding teak cockpit table w/teak mug holder re-finished June 2000.
Double sleeping bag w/sheets designed and shaped for V-berth
Ships clock and barometer (6" diameter brass instruments)
Manufacturer’s equipment manual for C&C 44 plus electronic equipment, ST80 instruments plus US Sailing “Performance Package” for C&C 44
Three 110 volt shore power cables (20 & 2 of 30 amp), conversion plugs for 110 volt standard, 20 amps and 30 amps, Marinco 30 amps Y-adapter

Navigation Lights/External Lights:
2 sets of running lights for both International (tricolor mast head unit added June 2000) & Inland Rules
2 Anchor lights and 2 emergency strobe lights (one strobe at mast head)
Foredeck light and spreader lights
Aft cockpit light