With over $125,000 spent on upgrades since 2007, Shamrock is a very clean example of one of the best racer/cruiser designs ever built--a powerful rig coupled with high stability figures (deep keel and a hull carrying it's underwater volume well forward) promises speed and control over a wide range of conditions. And as one of the last C&C 41s built (one of the last C&Cs PERIOD, 1988 was their last year), she incorporates more beam at the stern and the robust triple-spreader cruising rig.
Some highlights of this vessel include being completely Awlgripped, mast rebuilt, new sails, updated electronics, interior largely redone, hauled and bottom painted in May 2016, engine just serviced March 2017, etc etc etc.
Note that the vessel is lying in a transferable Sausalito Yacht Harbor slip, there's a long wait to get into this marina so this is a material benefit if you're able to take advantage. Also note price just reduced April 2017 and offers encouraged...
Hot/cold pressure water with rwin deep stainless steel sinks with manual salt and resh water pumps, five gallon hot water heater (engine and AC fired), top loading refrigerator/freezer with Adler-Barber water-cooled refrigeration, Hillerange gimballed three burner propane stove with oven, built in Samsung microwave. Jabsco manual pump head.
Garmin GPS 2006C color chartplotter, Raymarine wind speed/direction indicator, Raymarine depthsounder, Raymarine knotmeter, Standard Horizon Quest VHF radio. Jensen AM/FM/CD player with two Bose and two Sony speakers, Insignia 20" flat screen TV with built in DVD player.
110V AC / 12V DC. Thirty amp shorepower service, Pro Mariner Pro Sport 12 three-bank smart charger/inverter (2014), an 8D and a gel cel battery (2014) in two banks wth parallel switch.
Aluminum custom keel stepped mast (remaoved and refurbished in 2008).with triple spreaders, PBO running backstays and Navtech rod rigging, aluminum boom with Quantum mainsail (2008), Navtech boomvang, Harken seven-purchase mainsheet (2009) with traveller, Sampson Warpspeed running rigging (2009) with all lines lead aft thru 12 rope clutches. Quantum 125% jib (2008) on Harken roller furler (1997), Quantum asymetrical spinnaker (2008). Additional sails include new Quantum 125%+ that's never been used, Neil Pryde cruising main (2006), Neil Pryde 125% jib (2006), Neil Pryde spinnaker (2006), North Sails 100% 3DL. Two Harken #46 sel-tailing winches, two Barient #36 self-tailers, four Harken #32 self-tailers.
Low time on fresh water cooled Yanmar diesel engine (last serviced January, 2014).