2002 C-YACHT 11.00

£104,950 tax paid

High-quality Dutch-built centre-cockpit

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelC-Yacht 11.00
DesignerFrans Maas
Boat NameSea Sense
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingLymington, United Kingdom


LOA11m (36'0")
LWL9.3m (30'0")
Beam3.7m (12'0")
Draft1.6m (5'0")
Hull ConstructionGRP
EngineYanmar 3JH3E- 39hp
Keel TypeFin Keel

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    Very rare in the UK market, high-quality Dutch-built & designed centre cockpit cruising yacht. Lightly used & well maintained with incredible interior space and internal headroom for her length.


    With just two UK owners from new, ‘SEA SENSE’ has been well cared for and lightly used for coastal family cruising under both of her ownerships. She provides a very rare opportunity to acquire a UK VAT Paid version of these very high-quality Dutch built comfortable cruising yachts.

    Easily handled by a couple thanks to her in-mast furling and furling genoa, and with an incredible interior accommodation for a 36’ cruising boat, she makes for the ideal family or two couple boat, perfect for either shorter coastal cruising or when time permits, long-distance adventures in safety and comfort. Her fixed windscreen with replaced sprayhood helps shelter the cockpit from the worst of the weather whilst underway. Her replaced cockpit tent means the cockpit can become an extension of the cabin when moored and the weather is not so good.

    Her 39hp Yanmar diesel engine has been serviced annually and her Saildrive driven Flex-o-fold 3-blade folding propellor provides plenty of reliable performance when required. has the benefit of Treadmaster non-slip to her decks, which provides a safe foothold but without the on-going maintenance and cost required of teak. There is plentiful storage via a walk-in storage area aft of the heads plus a large lazarette can be accessed at the stern. She has for a vessel of her length and type, a surprisingly good turn of speed under sail with a comfortable motion when in rough seas whilst also having a draft of approximately 1.6m with her elongated fin keel, means that she can access many quite shallow anchorages when required. Her interior joinery and upholstery are virtually “as new” having been cared for, lightly used and blinds and curtains in place to keep the sun out when she’s not in use.

    Her specification highlights include:-
    • Lightly used and well maintained under both her ownerships.
    • Standard 1.6m draft elongated fin keel for easy access to shallow anchorages.
    • 2-cabin 1-heads interior layout – great two couple/family boat.
    • Yanmar 39hp diesel engine serviced annually and with low hours for year.
    • Flex-o-fold 3-blade folding propeller.
    • Optional additional service battery.
    • Maximum headroom – saloon approximately 2.02m.
    • Maximum headroom – aft cabin approximately 1.96m.
    • Maximum headroom – fore cabin approximately 1.92m.
    • Maximum headroom in galley passageway approximately 1.85m.
    • Beautiful teak interior and joinery.
    • Treadmaster non-slip to decks for safe grip and easy maintenance.
    • In-mast furling mainsail and roller furling genoa.
    • Fixed windscreen with replaced sprayhood and cockpit tent.
    • Anderson winches.
    • Replaced anchor chain.
    • Useful walk-in storage area plus large aft lazarette.
    • Touch screen GPS chart plotter at helm position (removable) and radar.
    • Secondary GPS chartplotter at Nav. Area.
    • Autopilot.
    • Cockpit displays – wind/speed/depth/GPS repeater.
    • VHF radio.
    • Navtex.
    • Stereo with cockpit & saloon speakers.
    • Optional hull port holes.
    • Heating.
    • Liferaft.


    “The C-Yacht 1100 is a total success story from the yard of Zaadnoordijk Yachtbuilder. The 11 is a well-built, long-distance cruiser with real comfort and interior spaciousness.”

    Extract taken from the C-Yachts website

    “Soak up the admiration as you sail into the harbour. This is not a boat, but a yacht. The C-Yacht 11.00 challenges you to go on an adventure of a lifetime: long sailing holiday, with a clear view of faraway coastlines. Enjoy complete peace of mind: this yacht is designed with the family in mind. Spacious, fast and comfortable, it is easy to manoeuvre from the centre cockpit. Extremely safe, all controls are within easy reach.

    Your C-Yacht 11.00 is an enduring symbol of craftsmanship, created with dozens of square metres of the finest teak.

    You have enjoyed a wonderful night’s sleep. You get out of your large comfortable bed and take a shower in what seems a luxury bathroom – so much headroom, no bending over and everything within arm’s reach thanks to the clever storage solutions and carefully thought-out design features.”

    Extract taken from C-Yacht brochure


    “We do something either well, or not all. Decades ago, this already was the central moto at C-Yacht. It hasn’t changed since then, C-Yacht is situated in the Flevo Marina at Lelystad. The Shipyard where our sailing yachts are built is located at Heerenveen.

    The shipyard at Heerenveen

    In 1947, Rinus Zaadnoordijk opened a yacht harbour of modest dimension, at Dutch Uitgeest. Supported by his family, he built and restored small boats there. Did he ever dream his name being associated with some of the world’s most renowned sailing yachts, back then? Probably not…

    The shipyard at heerenveen saw a rapid development. First, Rinus Zaadnoordijk began constructing smaller one, as one of the fist shipyards, they used polyester. Demand grew so substantially that space soon became too contrained for the yacht construction activities at Uitgeest. So a shipyard was founded whose capacities allowed the serial production of yachts. And at Heerenveen they found a suitable location for it, in 1968. It was situated nearby a large and deep-water canal. Meanwhile, more than 7000 yachts were buit here. Among them also the C-Yachts which are sold at Lelystad. The youngest of those yachts is our flagship, the C-Yacht 1250i.

    Still no water too deep for C-Yacht

    The shipyard at Heerenveen is one of the most modern shipyards of the Netherlands. Each ship that gets built here, from the very first to the youngest one, is constructed using the expertise and knowledge of seasoned sailors. Their passion and love for sailing is incorporated in all the works. In early 2000 the shipyard was taken over by its current owner, Jan Muller. He too does adhere to the same philosophy: No concessions. And Concessions actually are not even an option: C-Yachts still are produced as custom-built yachts. No assembly lines, but manual craftsmanship instead. The wishes of our clients are all realised. This calls for qualified professionals, special materials and much attention to details. No problem for us: Up to this day, no water too deep for C-Yachts.”

    Text taken from the C-Yacht website


    “The C-Yacht 11.00 has become a bestseller in the yard due to its good balance of qualities. Despite its relatively small size, it is positioned as a long-range cruiser with good comfort and capacity – the interior of the yacht is recognized by European experts as one of the best in its class. The cockpit of the boat – in accordance with the traditions of the North European yacht building – is protected by a powerful windscreen, it is conveniently planned so that the yacht can be operated by only one person. The shipyard has every reason to be proud of the spacious, luxurious and comfortable interior of this boat, but its sailing qualities are at a level that makes it a pleasure to sail long distances.”

    As described on itBoat



    RCD Status:
    • It is our understanding that vessel is CE certified for category A (unlimited ocean voyages) for up to 6-persons.

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Hull and deck: sandwich construction with high quality materials including; carbon fibre composite, airex and vinylester resin.
    • The vinylester resin contributes to the hull strength and has a short shrinking period so that there is no deformation during construction.
    • The neopentyiglycol (NPG) gel coat, just like the vinylester resin, has a very high density and by the use of these products, osmosis is limited to a minimum.
    • The hull is fitted with a watertight collision bulkhead.
    • The shroud chainplates and mooring cleats are securely laminated into the hull and are strengthened with aluminium plates.
    • C-Yacht sailing boats are built using an inner shell that follows the basic hull shape and supports the interior construction.
    • Using an inner shell contributes to the strength and stiffness of the boat and also provides functional isolation.
    • Hull and shells are laid up under controlled conditions so the styrene level is kept very low.
    • GRP is “White RAL9003” / off-white coloured hull, cabin superstructure and deck.
    • Cabin superstructure with blue coloured strip bonded into the gelcoat.
    • Black rubber bumper to all sides.
    • Black coloured upper and lower striping to hull bonded into the gelcoat.
    • Fixed windscreen.
    • Easy to maintain Treadmaster non-slip to side decks and fore deck.
    • GRP moulded raised toe rail/bulwarks.
    • Port and starboard deck drains.

    Keel & Rudder:
    • Cast Iron elongated fin keel with bulb profile to the bottom, attached to the hull by stainless steel keel bolts and plates.
    • The keel is integrated with the hull so that it provides an equal load distribution.
    • Standard cast iron 1.6m draft keel of approximately 3,000kgs
    • Deep balanced rudder.


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Yanmar 3JH3E inline 3-cylinder naturally aspirated water-cooled diesel engine with direct injection producing approximately 39hp at 3,800rpm.
    • Yanmar SD40 saildrive gearbox.
    • Cooling system is a constant high temperature freshwater cooling system.
    • Lubrication system is a forced system with trochold pump (an internal gear pump, more compact than other pumps with the same capacity).
    • Fuel system is fitted with 2x diesel filters; a primary filter with water separator and a further fine filter.
    • Engine/propeller rotation is anti-clockwise / clockwise when viewed from the stern.
    • Single lever throttle/gear control positioned at the helm position.
    • Wema engine hour counter at Navigation Area.
    • Insulated engine compartment with access panels from both port and starboard.

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours: Approximately 1,352 as of August 2022.
    • Engine serviced annually, last service: Spring 2022.

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Whitlock helm pedestal with stainless steel steering wheel with leather covered rim.
    • Adjustable brake on steering wheel.
    • Emergency steering on rudderpost by removable tiller (stowed in the walk-in locker when not in use).
    • Flex-o-fold 3-bladed folding propeller.


    Voltage systems:
    • 12vDC domestic system with 220v AC via a 20m shorepower cable.
    • Electrical system is protected 125Amp circuit breaker.

    Battery Banks:
    • 1x 12vDC 105Ah engine start battery.
    • 2x 12vDC 105Ah domestic batteries joined in parallel to supply 210Ah @ 12vDC.
    • Mastervolt Battman battery monitoring LCD display at the chart table.
    • Analogue voltmeter gauge at the chart table.

    • Mastervolt 12/40-3 12vDC 40Amp automatic battery charger (located under the galley sinks).

    • 1x 12v 80amp engine mounted alternator.

    Other Electrical:
    • Shorepower supply with ring main and 220v AC sockets in interior.


    Fresh Water:
    • Pressurised fresh-water system with a stainless-steel pressure valve to ensure consistent water pressure.
    • Hot water via engine calorifier in well-insulated 60-litre tank (located under the aft cabin berth) and 220vAC immersion heater – control switch at navigation area.

    Bilge Pumps:
    • 1x Manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit (approximate capacity of 1-litre per stroke).
    • 1x 12v Rule 360 GPH electric bilge pump with float switch and further control switch at the navigation area. The pump is located under the saloon cabin sole adjacent to the navigation area.

    Gas System:
    • Gas locker is located at transom on the portside, able to take 2x gas bottles.
    • 2x Gas bottles.
    • The gas system is protected with a pressure reducing regulator with leak detection valve. The system is thermally protected and an extra shut-off valve is situated under the cooker.


    • 150-litres fuel capacity in a stainless-steel tank.
    • Analogue fuel tank gauge at chart table.
    • Tank is located below the galley sink.

    Fresh Water:
    • 300-litres fresh-water capacity in a single HDPE tank located below the bed in the aft cabin.
    • Tank is equipped with surge baffles.
    • Analogue water tank gauges at chart table.

    Holding Tank:
    • 60-litre HDPE black water holding tank, discharges either via gravity through an underwater hull outlet or via deck outlet.
    • Holding tank located in aft lazarette.
    • Tank is fitted with filtered vent to prevent odours.
    • Analogue holding tank gauge at chart table.

    • Garmin 750 digital chart plotter at helm position (removable) – September 2010.
    • Garmin 232 chart plotter at chart table.
    • Navtex NAV6 at chart table.
    • JRC 1000 LCD radar display at chart table with enclosed radar scanner positioned part way up the mast.
    • Chrome barometer and clock mounted on the saloon bulkhead.
    • Raymarine ST60 speed LCD at companionway.
    • Raymarine ST60 wind speed/direction LCD display at companionway (Masthead wind speed indicator not working, needs new masthead instrument).
    • Raymarine ST60 depth LCD display at companionway.
    • Clipper GPS LCD repeater display at the companionway.
    • Raymarine ST5000 Plus LCD autopilot control to the starboard cockpit coaming adjacent to the helm pedestal.
    • Whitlock Polaris 115 helming compass at helm pedestal.
    • Firdell mast mounted radar reflector.

    Communications Equipment:
    • Icom IC-M501Euro VHF radio at the chart table.
    • Navico LS200 Sound cockpit loudspeaker for VHF radio positioned by the companionway.
    • Masthead mounted VHF radio aerial.
    • Emergency VHF radio aerial mounted on the pushpit.


    • Twin stainless steel sink bowls with hot & cold mixer tap over.
    • Gautzsch-Gimeg stainless steel gimballed gas oven with 3-burner stove.
    • Front opening, larger than standard 56-litre fridge with integrated freezer area over.

    • Jabsco manual flush marine heads with diverter value to discharge to holding tank or direct overboard.
    • Toilet fitted with a SeaSmart Marine automatic toilet santizer (positioned inside cupboard).
    • Stainless steel washbasin with a hot and cold combined mixer tap and retractable shower head.
    • Electric sump pump to below shower grate sole.

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • Webasto diesel fired warm air heating system with outlets to; the saloon, fore cabin and aft cabin.
    • Heater unit located in the lazarette.
    • Heater control at the chart table.
    • 2x Durade vents to the saloon.
    • 1x Gebo ventilation/escape deck hatch to the fore cabin.
    • 1x Gebo ventilation hatch to the saloon cabin roof.
    • 2x Gebo opening port holes to the cabin superstructure in the galley area.
    • 1x Gebo opening porthole to the cockpit from the galley.
    • 1x Gebo opening porthole to the heads.
    • 2x Gebo opening portholes to the aft of the cabin superstructure to the aft cabin.
    • 1x Gebo ventilation/escape hatch to the aft cabin.

    • Ample down lights to the saloon/galley/navigation area. Some with dimmers.
    • Reading lights to the fore cabin and aft cabin.
    • Navigator’s night light on a flexible support to the chart table.
    • All lighting is halogen.

    • Stereo radio / CD player.
    • 2x Speakers in the saloon and cockpit.


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • Centre cockpit layout with 4-berths in 2-cabins plus additional sleeping space to the saloon. 1-heads amidships to starboard side.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • The interior joinery is of hand-crafted teak, hand polished and varnished with matched grains to the cupboard doors.
    • Teak with holly strips inlaid to the cabin sole.
    • Heads sole has non-slip material.
    • Removable cream carpet to the saloon area.
    • Teak grating to the heads.
    • Matching blue coloured upholstery throughout.
    • Corian worktops to the galley with raised timber fiddles.
    • GRP moulded countertop to the heads.
    • Integrated blinds to the larger cabin roof ventilation/escape hatches.
    • Curtains/blinds to portholes (excluding the one to the heads, which has frosted glass).
    • White GRP moulding to the interior headlining.

    Description of Accommodation from Forward:

    Forward Cabin:
    • V-berth forward with storage locker under.
    • Maximum headroom in fore cabin approximately 1.92m.
    • Watertight forward bulkhead.
    • Hanging locker to port side.
    • Shelved locker to starboard side.
    • Bench seat to portside.
    • 2x reading lights.
    • Shelf to port and starboard sides.
    • Roof mounted light.
    • Escape/ventilation hatch to cabin roof with blind.
    • 2x portholes with blinds.
    • Teak & holly to sole.

    • Centrally positioned dropleaf dining table with internal bottle store.
    • Maximum headroom in saloon approximately 2.02m
    • L-shaped sofa to portside and further sofa to starboard.
    • Shelving to port and starboard.
    • 2x storage cupboards to portside above the sofa.
    • 4x fixed portholes with curtains to the cabin superstructure.
    • 2x Optional extra portholes to the hull.
    • 1x escape/ventilation hatch with blind to the cabin roof just forward of the mast.
    • Downlights and mood lights, dimmable.
    • Removable carpet to protect the teak & holly sole.
    • Teak and holly to the sole.
    • Timber grab rails to the cabin roof by the companionway.
    • 2x Durade vent inlets to the cabin roof.

    • Positioned amidships aft of the navigation area on the starboard side.
    • Jabsco manual flush marine heads connect to a holding tank or which can empty directly overboard. Toilet fitted with a SeaSmart Marine automatic toilet sanitizer (installed in the cupboard under the washbasin).
    • Moulded GRP countertop with inset stainless steel wash basin with hot and cold mixer tap/retractable shower head.
    • 3x mirror fronted cupboards with shelf area over.
    • Non-slip covering to the sole.
    • Teak grate to the shower area with an electric sump pump under.
    • 1x obscure glazed opening porthole to the cabin superstructure.
    • Downlight.
    • Door to:

    Walk-in Store:
    • Useful walk-in store area with standing height.
    • Rail for hanging warps etc.
    • 3x Clothes hooks.
    • Porthole to the cabin superstructure.
    • Removable panel for access to starboard side of engine compartment.
    • Emergency tiller stored in brackets.
    • Access hatch to the cockpit seat above with hydraulic ram.
    • Manual bilge pump handle stored in a clip.
    • Winch handle holder.
    • Electrical system circuit breaker.

    Navigation Area:
    • Positioned to starboard side aft of the saloon.
    • Chart table with internal storage.
    • Swing-out Navigator’s seat with blue upholstery and a stainless-steel support.
    • Teak and holly to step under the table.
    • Panels for mounting electronics etc.
    • Mastervolt electrical control panel and gauges (can be hinged open for access for maintenance).
    • Navigator’s night light on a flexible support to the chart table.
    • Inset down light.

    • 5x Timber steps with non-slip carvings, with twin stainless steel grabrails to either side leads up to the cockpit.
    • Battery isolator switches behind the steps.
    • Storage rack and shock cord for storing the cabin washboards.

    • Linear style galley layout with a Corian worktop and raised timber fiddles on the vessel’s centreline over the engine compartment with a twin bowl stainless steel sink with hot and cold mixer tap over.
    • Teak cups and plates racks.
    • Maximum headroom in passageway to galley/aft cabin approximately 1.85m.
    • Opening porthole over to the cockpit.
    • Integrated rubbish bin storage cupboard under sink and further storage cupboard next to the aft cabin door.
    • Access panel to the portside of the engine compartment.
    • Teak and holly to the sole.
    • To the outer side of the galley area is another area of matching Corian worktop with raised fiddles and a stainless-steel grab rail running the length of this side of the galley and then upwards to the cabin roof at the end before the saloon.
    • Further storage cupboards.
    • Front opening, larger than standard 56-litre fridge with integrated freezer area over.
    • Gautzsch-Gimeg stainless steel gimballed gas oven with 3-burner stove.
    • Further storage cupboards.
    • Shelves over the area behind the oven and running the length of the galley to the outer side.
    • Recessed downlights over the worktops.
    • Draws and cupboard to the side of the oven.

    Owner’s Aft Cabin:
    • Very comfortable cabin running the full width of the aft area of the vessel.
    • Maximum headroom in aft cabin approximately 1.96m.
    • Double berth located to starboard side.
    • Shelf to the hull side above the berth.
    • Further teak bookshelf to the other side of the berth.
    • Sofa facing forwards with storage under.
    • Teak and holly to the sole.
    • Down lights.
    • Reading light over the sofa.
    • 2x opening portholes with curtains to the aft end of the cabin superstructure.
    • 2x fixed portholes with curtains to the cabin superstructure.
    • 1x Escape/ventilation hatch to the cabin roof with a blind.
    • To the portside there are two lockers; one for hanging space and the other with shelving and further shelf area over the cupboards.


    • Selden aluminium anodised spars.
    • Mast height approximately 15.40.
    • The main shrouds and the stays function as a lightening conductor. The mast and main shrouds are connected to the keel to allow any lightning current to be earthed via the keel.
    • Overall air draft of vessel (excluding antennas) approximately 17.10m.
    • Fractional rig, deck-stepped mast with in-mast furling, spinnaker pole track, an internal support post plus 2-sets of swept back spreaders.
    • 2x control line clutches position on the mast.
    • Mast mounted cleats.
    • Selden rod vang with gas damper to the boom.
    • Selden Furlex 300S genoa furler.
    • Genoa roller furler furling line replaced – summer 2022.
    • Stainless steel wire standing rigging including a single backstay.
    • Anodised aluminium whisper pole stored on the cabin roof.
    • Teak grab rails to the cabin roof.
    • Lewmar side deck mounted genoa sheet tracks and cars, adjustable from the cockpit.
    • Lewmar mainsheet track positioned aft of the helm position.
    • Control lines led to winches at the companionway through 2-sets of 4x Spinlock XT clutches.

    • 2x Andersen 46ST 2-speed manual self-tailing primary winches.
    • 2x Andersen 28ST 2-speed manual self-tailing halyard/control line winches.

    • De Vries Sails, upgrade on standard, bi-radial dacron roller furling genoa with a padded luff and blue ultraviolet strip.
    • De Vries Sails dacron in-mast furling mainsail with blue ultraviolet strip to the clew.

    • Stainless step through pulpit with teak step and pushpit with integrated ensign staff holder.
    • Removable stainless steel pulpit step with a teak step.
    • Anchor locker housing the anchor windlass, general stowage for chain etc and further storage recesses.
    • Stainless steel stanchions with stainless steel twin guard rails.
    • Stainless steel port, starboard and stern gates.
    • Teak to the cockpit seat bases and cockpit sole.
    • Optional teak covering to port and starboard steps to cockpit coaming.
    • 2x Jackstay points to the cockpit.
    • Folding removable teak cockpit table attaches to the helm pedestal.
    • Teak pushpit seats.
    • Hinged stern boarding ladder.
    • Stainless steel steps to the transom to access the sugar scoop bathing platform.
    • Stainless steel hinged bathing ladder to transom.
    • Sugar scoop to transom has teak slats.
    • Rope end stores to port and starboard by the companionway.
    • Fixed windscreen with safety glass in an aluminium frame.
    • Large aft lazarette with internal step for easy access providing ample storage for fenders etc.
    • Ventilated and self-draining gas bottle locker to portside at transom with space for 2x gas bottles.
    • 2x gas bottles.
    • Ensign and timber staff.
    • Teak outboard motor bracket to the pushpit.
    • Horseshoe life buoy bracket to the portside of the pushpit.

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Bruce/12 anchor with 40m of anchor chain (anchor chain replaced and never used – 2021).
    • Bow, midships and aft mooring cleats.
    • Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass positioned in the anchor locker.
    • Various docklines, other mooring warps, fenders with fender socks and fender step.
    • Boat hook.

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    • Blue coloured canvas cockpit cushions.
    • Haven Covers blue coloured sprayhood – Summer 2018.
    • Haven Covers blue coloured cockpit tent with clears and integrated primary winch covers plus removable covers for clears – Summer 2018.
    • 1x Blue canvas hatch cover.
    • 1x Blue coloured canvas companionway hatch and washboards cover.
    • Halyard mast bag.


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    Navigation Lights:
    • Navigation lights including; deck level lights, masthead tricolour and anchor light.
    • Foredeck light on the mast.

    • 4-persons liferaft in a valise bag – needs servicing.
    • Lifelines.
    • 1x Horseshoe life buoy.
    • Throwing line.

    Fire control:
    • Fire extinguishers – out of date.
    • Fire blanket.

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying afloat, Lymington, Hampshire, United Kingdom.

    Available to view strictly by appointment.

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00.
    Saturday and Sunday by prior appointment.

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: James McNeil
    Tel: +44 (0) 7979907210
    Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com

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