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C&C YACHTS LANDFALL 48 Pilothouse cutter
(14,63 m) - 1982

Layout :

  • Length : 14,63 m (47' 11")
  • Beam : 4,26 m (14')
  • Draft : 2,07 m (6'8")
  • Headroom : 2,13 m (7')
  • Displacement light : 16 Tons
  • Air Height : 18,89 m (62')
  • Material : FRP hull, Baltec Cored FRP deck and hull above waterline
  • Rigging : Cutter
  • Engine : Perkins 4.236 - 85 HP

Canadian flag. Taxes paid.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 13,96 M XPF / 117 000 €

USD 129,000 (priced in USD)

Start your sailing dream in Paradise!

This pilothouse sailboat is a well-maintained, proven blue-water vessel, rigged for short-handed sailing as a true cutter with fully battened mainsail, yankee and self-tacking staysail. US-built in Rhode Island, she is fast, comfortable and easy to sail by a cruising couple. Modern flush-mounted cast acrylic windows provide a 360 view from the pilothouse, with inside steering, engine and autopilot controls for comfortable and safe watches.

The gourmet galley is equipped with a 4-burner gimballed stove, infrared oven, microwave and large double stainless sink. Provision for months with the stand-up SS cold plate fridge (7.6 cubic feet), rock solid SS cold plate freezer (3.6 cubic feet) and extensive cupboard and storage space. All bunks and settees have new upholstery and foam. Cast acrylic hatch lenses and new portlights with cam closures for easy opening and closing provide maximum ventilation throughout the vessel.

She is fully autonomous at anchor and has offshore grade ground tackle for confident anchoring. Ready to cruise.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 7 - 2 double cabins

  • Double cabin forward with head, hanging locker
  • Saloon U-shaped convertible into a double bed on port side
  • Galley to starboard
  • Main saloon / pilothouse has chart table starboard and pilot-berth to port
  • Double aft cabin with head and independent shower, two hanging lockers

Listing :

Building and history

Recalada was built in the United States in Rhode Island in 1982 by C&C Yachts, designed by Rob Ball. She had regular maintenance and regular updates between 2014 and today.


Perkins 4.236 with 85 HP - 5100 h (1982)
205 gallons (776 liters) in 3 stainless steel fuel tanks with transfer pump
Racore fuel filters
Consumption 1.5 L / h at 1800 rpm
Maximum speed 8.5 kts and cruise speed 7 kts
MaxProp 3-blade feathering propeller
PYI Dripless Shaft Seal
Borg Warner V drive
Redundant hydraulic and cable quadrant steering system
Balmar ARS5 external alternator regulator (2016)
Halon automatic fire extinguisher system

Engine Work completed:
- Perkins cylinder head top end, valve job (2014)
- New oil cooler (2014).
- Raw water Pump (2014)
- Exhaust elbow (2014)
- Fresh water pump with spare onboard (2018)
- PYI dripless shaft seal with new bellows installed (Jan 2019)
- All machinery serviced at 200 hrs or 6 months
- Genset through hull raw water strainer installed (Jan 2019)

Cutter rigging

Standing stainless steel rod rigging (new by Svendsen's, San Francisco in 2012)
Vectran running rigging (2016)
Aluminum mast with Navtec continuous rod rigging
Full battened mainsail UK Sails (2016)
North Sails yankee (renovated by North Sails Sausalito in 2011)
Self-tacking hanked on staysail with storm sail reef point by Far East Sails (2018)
Quantum Sails 120 tri radial cut genoa (renovated by North Sails Sausalito in 2012)
Quantum gennaker with ATN Sock (good condition)
Harken furler (headsail)
Self-tailing Lewmar winches
Other rigging work done:
- Mast pulled, inspected, re-wired and painted. All work by Svendsen's, San Francisco (2012)
- Fully Battened Mainsail, UK Sails San Diego Mainsail has two reef points with the second being in the same location as a standard 3rd reef. Reefing leach uses low friction rings on cringles for smooth running. Haylards and reefing controlled easily at mast. Stackpack with Lazy Jacks.
- Tides Marine mainsail track
- Mast sissy bars
- Stay sail new in 2018 - self-tacking with deck track by Garhauer
- Removable inner forestay
- Adjustable big-boat fairlead track by Garhauer (2018)

Ground tackle

Muir Jaguar 2500 Windlass (motor and gearbox 2018, chain gypsy (chain wheel) 2016)
Main Anchor: 80 lb (37kg) Manson Boss Primary on bow anchor roller + 300 ft 3/8' (100m 10mm) Primary Chain • Rode (2018), New double bow rollers (2019)
Secondary anchor: 35 lb (16kg) Bruce on stern roller aft + 25 ft 3/8 chain + 150 ft 8 plait nylon rode aft
Fortress FX37 anchor stored in vee berth forward locker with 300 ft (100m) 3/4" nylon rode


3 Stainless steel fresh water tanks: total 852 L (225 gal)
Cruise RO 40 gal/hr (150 ltrs) AC water maker installed for easy stand-up access
Raritan 12-gallon hot water heater (heated by engine, electric or Espar)
Hot / cold pressure water
Double stainless steel sink
Espar Hydronic 10 diesel boiler cabin heater with fans (on standby)
4 x 12v Hella fans
1 x 230v (Euro) room fan with 500 watt adapter
1 x 110v room fan
Technautics CoolBlue/Danfoss 7 cubic foot fridge with cold plate
Technautics CoolBlue/Danfoss 3.6 cubic foot freezer with cold plate
Fridge and freezer boxes are insulated with 6" of polystyrene rigid foam (very efficient in Tropical Environments)
2 Danfoss digital refrigeration compressor control modules (2018)
BroadWater 4 burner stainless steel gimballed galley stove, infrared oven burner, works with propane or butane
2 x 20 lb (10kg) propane/butane tanks in vented lockers aft with Polynesian/Euro fill adapter
Galley located Gas alarm with solenoid tank switch
West Bend 900W Microwave
2 Manual Toilets, one Jabsco (aft), one Raritan (forward)
15 gal holding tank with macerator pump for OB discharge and deck fitting for pump-out (on standby)

Electrical System

230V (Euro) and 110V (US) shore power
1000 amp hour house battery bank – 8 x 6 Volt flooded, with water miser caps (2018)
1 x 4D flooded starting battery for engine and genset 200 amp hours (2018)
Xantrex 2500 inverter charger (110V)
Christec 40amp (220V) euro standard battery charger, wired to shore power
Solar Panels: total 550W. Schnieder Electric 60amp MPPT Controller
Onan generator 5kw (930 h) with remote control panel on the electrical panel
Air Breeze Marine X wind turbine, 400W, outputs 15 – 20 Amps in 15-20 knots windspeed
Xantrex Link 2000 battery monitor
Ample Power Energy battery monitor
House, Engine and Combined master battery switches

Electronic and navigation instruments

Garmin chart plotter with all NMEA data Wireless/WiFi through ActiSense
Garmin depth sounder with forward looking sonar
Simrad AP20 hydraulic autopilot
Simrad AP27 at cockpit helm
Simrad AP16 at inside helm
Auto pilot steering controlled by Masthead Transducer through compass or wind angle
Ritchie Compass
Furuno 32 mi radar
Garmin GPS
ICOM IC-718 SSB/HAM auto tuner radio
Amped SR600EX fixed mast WiFi antenna and repeater

Safety equipment

Revere Elite 4 person valise life raft
4 Life jackets
Life Sling life ring on stern pulpit
Stern pulpit solid stainless tube to midship gates (2015)
3rd Stainless lifelines surrounding cockpit (2015)
2 Bilge manual pump
2 Bilge electric pump
Fire extinguishers throughout vessel
First Aid


Achilles SPD-330E dinghy, aluminum floor, can be stored in 2 bags below decks on passage. Total weight less than 100 lbs (45kg) (2016)
Outboard Motor: Mercury 15 HP 2 stroke with 5 gallon (20 L) tank, 75 lbs (34 kg) (2015)
Outboard engine hoist and stern pulpit mount with lock – option to store in lazarette on passage
Custom stainless steel davits with multi-purchase hoists


Sunbrella Bimini, Sunbrella Fore deck shade cover, external soft Sunbrella fabric removeable windshield cover
Convertible awning with telescopic Forespar poles
Dual Helms (cockpit and pilothouse) – custom leather coverings
Large, deep cockpit lazarette to port, shallow lazarette to starboard
Edson Starboard folding cockpit table
Edson portable transom boarding step
Step-Away SS boarding ladder (three section) – starboard side mounted
Pressure Fresh water in cockpit
Pressure Seawater in anchor locker
Cockpit cushions plus closed cell throwable cushions
Boat hook
Bowsprit with seat
2 Scotty Rod holders with rail mounts
Dickinson Marine Sea-B-Que - rail mounted with propane or butane – stowable for passage
Port and starboard SS board or kayak stanchion racks
All windows and hatches replaced in 2014 with 3/8 (10mm) cast acrylic mounted flush with up-to-date marine construction standards utilizing 3M VHB tape and Dow Corning 995 structural sealant
Beckson port lights retrofitted with cam locks, new gaskets (2018)
Interior curtains: Sunbrella shade for UV protection
New foam and upholstery on all bunks and settees changed (2015)
Numerous spare parts for engine, genset, rigging, electrical, general hardware and maintenance
Tool storage locker serves as inside helm step

Last bottom paint: January 2019 TechniMarine Papeete, (3 coats Sherwin Williams Seaguard anti fouling paint) keel was faired and PYI shaft seal bellows replaced at the same time

Main strengths

Sailboat swift, comfortable, maniable with reduced crew and very equipped.
Completely self-sufficient for water and power.
Taxes paid for French Polynesia and ready to go.

Last modified : 22/11/2019


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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