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C & C Logical 46 Powercat - US$195,000

Exceptionally spacious, seaworthy, long-range cruiser!  Please be sure to click on the "full specifications" tab, to read through a very thorough description of this wonderfully capable vessel.  

NB:  Re-powered with 110hp Yanmar diesels - ONLY 500HRS!!!


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Specifications:

Year: 1985
Model: Logical 46
Builder: C&C
LOA: 46’
LWL: 42’
Beam: 23’ 10”
Draft: 3’ 6”
Displacement: 26,000 lbs
Engines: 2 x 110hp Yanmar 4JH4-HTE turbo diesels - NEW 2012 - +-500hrs
Fuel: 2 x 200 Gal tanks
Water: 2 x 100 Gal tanks
Holding: 75 Gal

Description:

This is a CLASSIC unique split level catamaran configuration. New Yanmar 110 hp turbos installed 2012 w/ 480 hours!!! Bottom paint, zinc’s & cutlass bearings winter 2016.

Main Salon: Room with a View
The only thing more spectacular than the size of the pilot-house salon (16' x 16) is its incredible, unobstructed 360 degree panoramic view. Designed to be exceptionally spacious, light and luxurious, it features Teak side walls, with Teak and Holly sole. Furnishings include matching upholstered couches, interior helm station and ice maker.

Galley: A Real Working Kitchen
A few steps down from the salon, to starboard, and joined to it by a step saving serving counter, is a 9'6" x 4'6" (43 sq. ft) galley. U-shaped for convenience and ease, it features 14 1/2 running feet of usable counter space. Appliances include an insulated 8 cu. ft. ice box, 3-burner stove with oven and broiler, microwave, Norcold AC/DC Refrigerator/Freezer and double basin SS steel sink.
Overhead and below counter Teak cabinets afford abundant storage.

Staterooms: Every One a Suite
The Teak-walled master and guest bow cabins have queen-sized island beds, with generous walk-around spaces and a completely mirrored back wall. The port master stateroom also comes with an en-suite heads with tub/shower & vanity. Hanging and folding storage is generous.
Adjacent to the starboard stateroom is an office area (5’x5’) that has the plumbing set up for the easy conversion of adding another private en-suite head.
Aft, to port is a cabin, which can be used as a study or stateroom, with queen-sized athwart ship berth, generous storage, and a desk with bookshelves, which converts to a single berth when needed.
Adjacent to the port aft stateroom is a head with shower enclosure.
Starboard aft is yet another cabin, containing an athwartship double berth, storage and gentleman’s workbench.

And Still More Room
If all that interior room isn't enough, step outside. Her 13’ x 20' solid foredeck is accessed by 2’6” wide walk-arounds from the 15' x 9’ cockpit. The cockpit has 22 ft. of continuous cushioned seating, offering room to relax, fish or entertain in total comfort. The sterns have 4’ x 5’ boarding/swim platforms with SS ladders that make swimming and scuba diving effortless. Each swim deck has a 6-LED blue underwater light.
The cockpit has a 15’x9’ hard-top, with SS security rails, which also serves as a sun deck with access from the bridge.
The flying bridge has built-in seating for 10 with cushions, SS security rails, a SS access ladder, steering station, helmsman chair, windshield, radar arch and indirect night lighting.

 

FLYING BRIDGE:

Helm chair and cover


Windshield


Upper helm station with cover


Compass


Engine controls


Radar arch


Autopilot control, depth finder, VHF radio, hailer


Bimini top w/ 7 zippered Isinglass windows for a weather resistant enclosure


Seat cushions & carpeting

 

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:


48 mile Furuno Radar


Icom 700 SS HF radio with antenna tuner and 23' HF antenna


2 VHF radios with separate antennas


2 compasses


2 Rudder angle indicators


12 volt cassette stereo with salon & cockpit speakers

Raymarine depth sounder


Raymarine 6001 hydraulic autopilot with hand-held remote walk-around unit


Raytheon 400 hailer
Brass clock, barometer, and bell

 

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL:


2 x 110 HP Yanmar 4JH4-HTE turbo-diesel engines & gearboxes - NEW March 2012 w/approx 500 hours


Yanmar engine controls and instruments at both helm stations


2 Yanmar gearboxes


2 engine starting batteries


Racor 500 fuel filters for each propulsion engine & genset with shut-off valves 


Wagner hydraulic steering with two helm stations and dual hydraulic cylinders


Provisions for emergency steering using either one of the two hydraulic cylinders


Norcold AC/DC Refrigerator/Freezer


Built in ice box - 8 cu ft


22” x 14” x 1 ½” 3 blade bronze propeller wheels


Seaward Princess Electric Cook Stove with Oven & broiler


Seaward Princess Microwave Oven


U-Line ice maker


Two 17 Gallon Hot water heaters


Full A/C with 3 Marine Air Conditioning heat pumps (may need Freon)


3000 watt 120 volt inverter with automatic battery charger


Westerbeke Diesel 15 KW generator set, 1995 w/ approx. 2000 hrs - Gen-set has lead lined sound enclosure


Genset starting battery


2 x 8D House Batteries


4 automatic bilge pumps


Two Freshwater pumps


Two seawater pumps for A/C- heat pumps


240 volt shore power isolation transformers


Electrical Breaker and meter panels


75 gal Holding tank with full indicator light


2 electric toilets (Jabsco)


2 shower drain sump pumps

 

DECK & HULLS:


Twenty Beckson opening ports


Two Bomar foward stateroom overhead hatches

Fully rigid foredeck with 5 Lewmar front deck hatches for 5 very large (4feet deep) self-draining storage lockers 


Eight 10" Mooring cleats
SS stanchions and rails with dual lifelines


Two freshwater tank deck fills


Two Fuel tank deck fills


Holding tank sea drain valve and dock pump out fitting


SS safety rails either side of main companionway


Two bow anchor rollers


35# Danforth anchor and 20# lunch hook - all with anchor rodes & chain


Ideal electric forward & reverse windlass with 135’ 3/8 chain w/ remote on deck foot switch


2 Ideal chain locker covers


Assorted Dock lines & 8 fenders


Coast Guard safety package w/ 20+ life jackets


Freshwater wash-down system w/ 20 gallon tank


2 Transom 4’ x 5’ swim platforms each with underwater 6 Blue LED lights

Stern fresh water shower off of the port swim platform

SS swim ladder 


Ventilation provided by 34 operable hatches and ports


 

Other:


Assorted Flags


Decks protected by double lifelines

Black rubber rub rails surrounds & protects the entire boat


Bottom of the hull skegs with cutouts provide protection for the props and skeg hung rudders

SS pipe davits on transom for dingy with 6-purchase pulleys

Large compliment of spare parts and hardware

Hook-ups for washer & dryer

 

Further Comments:

This cat has also dodged the draft. Each of the incredibly buoyant hulls have a mere 3'6" draft… and that gives you more than speed. It also lets you go into shallow water safely. So it's easy to beach the boat for on-shore recreation, painting or repairs.

Auxiliary twin diesels give you power plus maneuverability. With one engine in each hull, 20 feet apart, you can "spin on a dime”. She also gives you more stability, lots more. With twin hulls, rock and roll is gone for good, and heeling is practically non-existent. All in all, much safer and saner than conventional boats.

Smoother cruising (without bouncing around), brings other benefits, in addition to safety. When coupled with the cat's wide, flat working platform, it means that fishing, even just walking around, is far less dangerous, strenuous and fatiguing. So at days end you're not too tired to enjoy a good meal (which, by the way, is much easier to prepare, serve, and eat with no rock, roll or heel).

An important feature is that the main salon has 6’9” head room and throughout the rest of the vessel the head room is 6’6”.

Driven by new ( March 2012) twin 110 Horsepower Turbo Diesels (+-500 hours), she will cruise comfortably at around 10 knots... and the twin hulls give you remarkable stability and maneuverability.

What's more, she uses less fuel than other power boats their size and larger. She will consume approximately 50% of the fuel of a similar sized monohull, yet cruise twice as far. She uses 1.4 gals/ hour for each engine @ cruising speed of 9 knots. This gives a very impressive cruising range of 1,300 miles. Of course, for economy or in an emergency the catamaran will run on one engine and still give you total control.

While the cat has many other advantages over monos, the one most people appreciate is the incomparable flying bridge. Like every other area on the cat, its big! 10 feet wide by 12 feet long. With a complement of waterproof molded bench seats with cushions, it provides additional seating for 10 guests. It gives you the sun, a commanding view of the sea, and the certainty that the captain will be in on all the fun.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Managing Broker

Contact - Carl Olivier
The Multihull Company

Located in British Virgin Islands

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: +1-284-441-3856
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Carl@multihullcompany.com
View Carl Olivier's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1985

Length

46 ft

Location

Virgin Islands (u.s.)

Price

195,000

Status

Active

Make

C&C

Model

Logical 46

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

About This Boat

C & C Logical 46 Powercat - US$195,000

Exceptionally spacious, seaworthy, long-range cruiser!  Please be sure to click on the "full specifications" tab, to read through a very thorough description of this wonderfully capable vessel.  

NB:  Re-powered with 110hp Yanmar diesels - ONLY 500HRS!!!


Additional Details

Descriptions

Specifications:

Year: 1985
Model: Logical 46
Builder: C&C
LOA: 46’
LWL: 42’
Beam: 23’ 10”
Draft: 3’ 6”
Displacement: 26,000 lbs
Engines: 2 x 110hp Yanmar 4JH4-HTE turbo diesels - NEW 2012 - +-500hrs
Fuel: 2 x 200 Gal tanks
Water: 2 x 100 Gal tanks
Holding: 75 Gal

Description:

This is a CLASSIC unique split level catamaran configuration. New Yanmar 110 hp turbos installed 2012 w/ 480 hours!!! Bottom paint, zinc’s & cutlass bearings winter 2016.

Main Salon: Room with a View
The only thing more spectacular than the size of the pilot-house salon (16' x 16) is its incredible, unobstructed 360 degree panoramic view. Designed to be exceptionally spacious, light and luxurious, it features Teak side walls, with Teak and Holly sole. Furnishings include matching upholstered couches, interior helm station and ice maker.

Galley: A Real Working Kitchen
A few steps down from the salon, to starboard, and joined to it by a step saving serving counter, is a 9'6" x 4'6" (43 sq. ft) galley. U-shaped for convenience and ease, it features 14 1/2 running feet of usable counter space. Appliances include an insulated 8 cu. ft. ice box, 3-burner stove with oven and broiler, microwave, Norcold AC/DC Refrigerator/Freezer and double basin SS steel sink.
Overhead and below counter Teak cabinets afford abundant storage.

Staterooms: Every One a Suite
The Teak-walled master and guest bow cabins have queen-sized island beds, with generous walk-around spaces and a completely mirrored back wall. The port master stateroom also comes with an en-suite heads with tub/shower & vanity. Hanging and folding storage is generous.
Adjacent to the starboard stateroom is an office area (5’x5’) that has the plumbing set up for the easy conversion of adding another private en-suite head.
Aft, to port is a cabin, which can be used as a study or stateroom, with queen-sized athwart ship berth, generous storage, and a desk with bookshelves, which converts to a single berth when needed.
Adjacent to the port aft stateroom is a head with shower enclosure.
Starboard aft is yet another cabin, containing an athwartship double berth, storage and gentleman’s workbench.

And Still More Room
If all that interior room isn't enough, step outside. Her 13’ x 20' solid foredeck is accessed by 2’6” wide walk-arounds from the 15' x 9’ cockpit. The cockpit has 22 ft. of continuous cushioned seating, offering room to relax, fish or entertain in total comfort. The sterns have 4’ x 5’ boarding/swim platforms with SS ladders that make swimming and scuba diving effortless. Each swim deck has a 6-LED blue underwater light.
The cockpit has a 15’x9’ hard-top, with SS security rails, which also serves as a sun deck with access from the bridge.
The flying bridge has built-in seating for 10 with cushions, SS security rails, a SS access ladder, steering station, helmsman chair, windshield, radar arch and indirect night lighting.

 

FLYING BRIDGE:

Helm chair and cover


Windshield


Upper helm station with cover


Compass


Engine controls


Radar arch


Autopilot control, depth finder, VHF radio, hailer


Bimini top w/ 7 zippered Isinglass windows for a weather resistant enclosure


Seat cushions & carpeting

 

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:


48 mile Furuno Radar


Icom 700 SS HF radio with antenna tuner and 23' HF antenna


2 VHF radios with separate antennas


2 compasses


2 Rudder angle indicators


12 volt cassette stereo with salon & cockpit speakers

Raymarine depth sounder


Raymarine 6001 hydraulic autopilot with hand-held remote walk-around unit


Raytheon 400 hailer
Brass clock, barometer, and bell

 

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL:


2 x 110 HP Yanmar 4JH4-HTE turbo-diesel engines & gearboxes - NEW March 2012 w/approx 500 hours


Yanmar engine controls and instruments at both helm stations


2 Yanmar gearboxes


2 engine starting batteries


Racor 500 fuel filters for each propulsion engine & genset with shut-off valves 


Wagner hydraulic steering with two helm stations and dual hydraulic cylinders


Provisions for emergency steering using either one of the two hydraulic cylinders


Norcold AC/DC Refrigerator/Freezer


Built in ice box - 8 cu ft


22” x 14” x 1 ½” 3 blade bronze propeller wheels


Seaward Princess Electric Cook Stove with Oven & broiler


Seaward Princess Microwave Oven


U-Line ice maker


Two 17 Gallon Hot water heaters


Full A/C with 3 Marine Air Conditioning heat pumps (may need Freon)


3000 watt 120 volt inverter with automatic battery charger


Westerbeke Diesel 15 KW generator set, 1995 w/ approx. 2000 hrs - Gen-set has lead lined sound enclosure


Genset starting battery


2 x 8D House Batteries


4 automatic bilge pumps


Two Freshwater pumps


Two seawater pumps for A/C- heat pumps


240 volt shore power isolation transformers


Electrical Breaker and meter panels


75 gal Holding tank with full indicator light


2 electric toilets (Jabsco)


2 shower drain sump pumps

 

DECK & HULLS:


Twenty Beckson opening ports


Two Bomar foward stateroom overhead hatches

Fully rigid foredeck with 5 Lewmar front deck hatches for 5 very large (4feet deep) self-draining storage lockers 


Eight 10" Mooring cleats
SS stanchions and rails with dual lifelines


Two freshwater tank deck fills


Two Fuel tank deck fills


Holding tank sea drain valve and dock pump out fitting


SS safety rails either side of main companionway


Two bow anchor rollers


35# Danforth anchor and 20# lunch hook - all with anchor rodes & chain


Ideal electric forward & reverse windlass with 135’ 3/8 chain w/ remote on deck foot switch


2 Ideal chain locker covers


Assorted Dock lines & 8 fenders


Coast Guard safety package w/ 20+ life jackets


Freshwater wash-down system w/ 20 gallon tank


2 Transom 4’ x 5’ swim platforms each with underwater 6 Blue LED lights

Stern fresh water shower off of the port swim platform

SS swim ladder 


Ventilation provided by 34 operable hatches and ports


 

Other:


Assorted Flags


Decks protected by double lifelines

Black rubber rub rails surrounds & protects the entire boat


Bottom of the hull skegs with cutouts provide protection for the props and skeg hung rudders

SS pipe davits on transom for dingy with 6-purchase pulleys

Large compliment of spare parts and hardware

Hook-ups for washer & dryer

 

Further Comments:

This cat has also dodged the draft. Each of the incredibly buoyant hulls have a mere 3'6" draft… and that gives you more than speed. It also lets you go into shallow water safely. So it's easy to beach the boat for on-shore recreation, painting or repairs.

Auxiliary twin diesels give you power plus maneuverability. With one engine in each hull, 20 feet apart, you can "spin on a dime”. She also gives you more stability, lots more. With twin hulls, rock and roll is gone for good, and heeling is practically non-existent. All in all, much safer and saner than conventional boats.

Smoother cruising (without bouncing around), brings other benefits, in addition to safety. When coupled with the cat's wide, flat working platform, it means that fishing, even just walking around, is far less dangerous, strenuous and fatiguing. So at days end you're not too tired to enjoy a good meal (which, by the way, is much easier to prepare, serve, and eat with no rock, roll or heel).

An important feature is that the main salon has 6’9” head room and throughout the rest of the vessel the head room is 6’6”.

Driven by new ( March 2012) twin 110 Horsepower Turbo Diesels (+-500 hours), she will cruise comfortably at around 10 knots... and the twin hulls give you remarkable stability and maneuverability.

What's more, she uses less fuel than other power boats their size and larger. She will consume approximately 50% of the fuel of a similar sized monohull, yet cruise twice as far. She uses 1.4 gals/ hour for each engine @ cruising speed of 9 knots. This gives a very impressive cruising range of 1,300 miles. Of course, for economy or in an emergency the catamaran will run on one engine and still give you total control.

While the cat has many other advantages over monos, the one most people appreciate is the incomparable flying bridge. Like every other area on the cat, its big! 10 feet wide by 12 feet long. With a complement of waterproof molded bench seats with cushions, it provides additional seating for 10 guests. It gives you the sun, a commanding view of the sea, and the certainty that the captain will be in on all the fun.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Carl Olivier
The Multihull Company

Located in British Virgin Islands

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: +1-284-441-3856
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Carl@multihullcompany.com
View Carl Olivier's Profile
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