Allegretto was designd by George Cuthbertson, the first C in C&C Yachts, and built by Whitby Boat Works in Canada. She is the most recent design that featured a shorter keel and a more traditional straight rudder design.
She was lovingly cared for by her owner for the last 20 years and gently sailed on the Chesapeake Bay.
The vessel is equipped with air conditioning for the sticky Chesapeake summers and a diesel heater that can extend the sailing season all the way to the New Year.
|Engine Manufacturer:||Volvo Penta|
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The spacious forward cabin has a v-berth bunk that can be used as two singles with a bench between them, or with an insert converted to a full size bunk.
Heading aft to the main saloon there is a settee on each the port and starboard side that can be uses as a bunk. The starboard side bunk slide out to provide a more full bunk.
The drop leaf table on the port side of the cabin opens to accommodate six for dinner.
Aft of the saloon on the port side is the galley. There is a bright and shinny stainless steel double sink, a three burner SeaWard stove and oven and a Grunert refrigerator and freezer.
To starboard is the Nav station with a comfortable chair that swivels making a comfortable place for the navigator on any point of sail.
Forward to starboard is the head. The forward part of the compartment houses the electric flush toilet and vanity sink with marble countertop.
The shower is separated enough that it can be a dry shower with a bench for those rough weather showers.