ORIGINAL OWNER, FIRST TIME ON MARKET!
2007 C&C 115 Hull #62 "Fortuna"
HIGHLIGHTS - Recent Upgrades and Service
$100,000 Refit in 2017 Including:
New Carbon Mast (Hall Spars), Standing (Rod Rigging) with Harken MKIV Furler & Running Rigging
New Mainsail (Doyle Stratis)
New Carbon Spinnaker Pole
New Storm Jib sail and Trisail (Rolly Tasker) - 2019
New Electronics AIS/VHF - 2018
Bottom Paint (Seahawk BioCop) - 2018 (Dec)
Webasto Diesel Heater (Air Top Evo 3900) - 2014
Winner of Sailing World Magazine's Overall Boat of the Year and Best Racer/Cruiser awards in 2006, the C&C 115 has proven to be an excellent design, whether racing round the buoys, lying at anchor in the San Juan Islands or cruising blue water. A carbon fiber rig, stiff epoxy hull, furling 110 percent headsail and aft led control lines make Fortuna a dream, easy to sail.
Fortuna's comfortable interior with two private staterooms and 6-foot 3-inch headroom in the salon make it easy to imagine spending weeks, a month aboard on an extended cruise with the addition of amenities such as forced air heat, pressure hot/cold water, separate shower stall and an additional swim shower on deck, large living spaces, ample storage. Fortuna is a one owner, well loved and maintained C&C 115 which is a fantastic blend of performance and comfort.
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This is a two cabin layout (two enclosed cabins and main salon) with 6'3" headroom in the salon. She sleeps six comfortably - two in the forward v-berth, two on settees in the salon and two in the aft quarter berth. The interior is finished in cherry throughout with teak and holly sole. All cabinets are ventilated. The blue ultra-suede upholstery is in great shape.
From the companionway, five steps lead to the salon. There is good engine access below the companionway steps to the "back" of the engine and the sail drive. From the quarter berth there is access to the "front" of the engine.
Forward Cabin has a 6'7" long v-berth that comfortably sleeps two. Wood slats line the ceiling next to the v-berth. The aft edge of the v-berth cushion is hinged and lifts to provide excellent storage space. Just aft of the berth to port is a hanging locker. Aft and to starboard is a deep cabinet with three shelves. This cabin encloses for a private suite. There are overhead opening hatches. .
Salon is arranged with an L-shaped settee to port and straight settee to starboard. Between both settees is a drop leaf cherry table. The table has drawers at the aft end and a storage nook below. The mast is stepped just forward of the table. The main bulkhead has a cherry wood veneer. Two custom built shelves are situated on the bulkhead on the port side. There is storage situated behind the seat backs of both settees. Above both settees are vented cabinets, three to a side. The starboard center has the built in liquor cabinet. Overhead in the salon, galley and nav are dimmable lights LED lights which illuminate in red (for night sailing) or white. In the salon, there are two reading lights and two additional cabin lights with individual switches. One 25 gallon water tank is below the port settee. A 26 gallon diesel fuel tank is below the starboard settee. The fresh water pump is also located under the starboard settee just aft of the fuel tank.
Navigation Station is oriented just aft of the salon to port. This large forward facing nav seat and table are perfect for their designed function. The table itself is cherry and lifts for storage below. Below the nav seat is the inverter charger. Just under the table is a cabinet door giving access to more storage space. The Blue Sea breaker panels, the Link interface monitor, fuel gauge, battery switch and Nav electronics are all easily accessible and readable. The forced air heater thermostat is located below the electrical panel in the navigation area.
Galley is located across from the nav station to starboard. With molded Granicote solid surface counters including a large molded 8" deep sink, this is a very functional space sure to please any chef. The U-shaped galley has hot and cold pressure water and a backup fresh water foot pump. The top loading fridge is good size with split removable shelves to maximize the space. Just under the sink is a pull out waste basket. There is additional storage directly below the sink as well. There are three cabinets, one deep and two shallow, outboard and above. The two burner gimbaled Force 10 propane stove with oven is situated just aft of the fridge. Additionally there are three drawers aft of the stove.
Aft of the nav station to port is the single Head & Separate Shower and molded seat. Counters are Granicote. The toilet itself is a Jabsco manual toilet. The shower drains to a sump with float switch in the main salon. There are three cabinet doors for storage above the counter and sink. This is another well conceived and functional space on the boat.
Aft of the galley to starboard is the Quarter Berth in an enclosed cabin. This is a large double berth that is 6'7" long. This room has a large hanging locker and built in shelf that runs nearly the length of the berth. There is an additional cabinet located near center line on the forward end of the cabin. Tankage and storage is under this berth.
Hull construction is a vacuum infused epoxy, unidirectional "E" glass, and synthetic cored laminate locally reinforced with carbon fiber. There are carbon fiber uni-directional reinforcements in way of keel, chain plates and centerline for high strength and rigidity. 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 hull is backed by a transferable 15-year no blister, hull structure warranty.
Type Manufacturer Year Condition
Main Doyle+ Antal cars/ track (2017) Excellent
Main Doyle (2011) Good
J1 North 3DL (2010) Good
J1 Doyle Hvy 1 (2011) Good
J1 Doyle LT 1 (2011) Good
J4 North (2012) Good
S2 Ballard .75 (2015) Excellent
S2 North .75 (2014) Good
S2 North .50 (2014) Good
Storm Tri Rolly Tasker (2019) Excellent
Storm Sail Rolly Tasker (2019) Excellent
Main sail cover