Price drop of $7,000 - now asking $19,000.
Time Out has sailed the fresh waters of Lake Michigan until 2014, at which time she was brought to the salt waters of Cape Cod. If you're looking to race competitively, and cruise with your family, Time Out will provide both with comfort and style!
For the racing skipper, all lines return to the cockpit. Rigging lines run through six rope clutches, which meet two winches on the cabin top, port and starboard. She is rigged for flying an asymmetrical spinnaker, furling her Genoa with a Harken roller furling system, and stowing her main with lazy jacks.
For cruising, Time Out can comfortably accommodate a family and provide them with a summer of adventure. Her cabin has 6+ feet of headroom and the galley and head are well equipped with hot and cold pressure water and plenty of storage.
Call today to view this well maintained and updated C&C 34.
Time Out is a fiberglass hull supported by internal bulkheads, partitions and stringers. The topsides are painted dark green with a gold cove stripe and a double boot stripe; one thinner in gold above one red. The deck is fiberglass; the keel is lead, 4100lbs., and the seacocks are bronze.
The interior woodwork is teak with a teak and holly sole. Time Out has four fixed ports and two heck hatches. The bilge is clean and the overall cabin is in good condition, well maintained and organized.
The under-body has a fin keel and a spade rudder.
As you enter the cabin through the cockpit companionway steps, the galley is to starboard and the nav station is to port. Behind the nav station is the quarterberth. The cabin sole is teak and holly, inlaid into fiberglass.
The Hunter Green cushions are in excellent condition and with varnished wood trim, the cabin has a warm, inviting atmosphere. The port settee creates a single berth and the starboard L-shaped settee creates a double berth. The V-berth has two single berths at the bow, and the quarter berth creates an over-sized single berth. Total, Time Out can accommodate a comfortable overnight stay for a crew of six.
The galley has a Hillerange propane 3-burner stove/oven, an ice box, a stainless steel sink and plenty of storage.
The head includes a new manual Raritan toilet and all new plumbing (which was installed in 2016), a plastic holding tank, sink with vanity, and plenty of storage.
The water system includes a 12-volt DC pump with plastic fresh water tanks. Hot and cold pressure water is available at the galley sink and the head sink.
The mast is aluminum and keel stepped. The standing rigging is stainless steel and the running rigging is braided line, which runs through deck organizers to a clutch and can be applied to a winch.
Sail inventory includes:
Time Out has a stainless steel bow pulpit and stern pulpit, which are connected by a double lifeline system.
Universal 23hp, Diesel, Fresh Water Cooled NEW 2010, Model M25XP
A redesigned engine bed, installed in 2017, lowers engine on isolators, which steadies engine for a smoother ride. Upgrade also included new forward engine mounts, shaft, and coupling.
The stainless steel fuel tank (+/- 20 gallons) is located under the cockpit sole, aft of the engine compartment.
Electronics package, new 2013 includes:
Additional Equipment includes:
Stranded copper wiring with breaker panel at chart table
Batteries: Two 12-Volt DC batteries under port quarterberth; master switch on starboard side of quarterberth
Battery Charger: 15 amp, in starboard cockpit locker
Bilge pump: 12-Volt DC Rule 1100 Automatic, and manual hand pump in cockpit extended to keel sump.
68 Red Brook Harbor Road
P.O. Box 38
Cataumet, MA 02534