Basic data of the C-Yacht 1100
- Seller:Private seller
- Category:Sailing Yacht
- Year of construction:2000
- Material:GRP (Polyester)
- Experience: Family holidays, Blue water cruising, seagoing, Weekendcruiser, weekends aboard
- Length:36.09 feet
- Width:12.30 feet
- Draught:5 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Beds:4fixed, 2 additional
- Country: Netherlands
- Price:£ 98.836 (€ 109.000)
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
Compromis 36 / C-yacht 1100 from 2000 (VAT is paid/betaald)
With this ship the Zaadnoordijk company has created an ideal cruising ship. Frans Maas is responsible for the construction and therefore this ship has excellent sailing qualities and enough space for taller people. Not only the headroom in the entire ship is unparalleled at over two metres. Also the mattresses and the space above have more than comfortable dimensions. You must have seen and experienced this. While on the 999 and the C-Yacht 1040 the headroom is not guaranteed throughout, on the 1100 we have more than enough headroom.
The Compromis 36 was built until about 2000 and after that she was continued in the same way as the C-Yacht 1100. Our Compromis 36 is probably one of the last with this designation.
For a comparably equipped new ship, Zaadnoordijk has called 325.000,00 Euro in 2010, when we bought this Compromis 36 Class, which induced us to buy this then 10 years old Compromis from 1st hand.
The central cockpit and the glass panels (on the Class series) on which the sprayhood is placed ensure that you have no water getting in, even in heavy weather, and always a clear view to the front. The steering wheel has a diameter of 81 cm and the cockpit seats 6 people. The steering wheel has been covered with a new light brown suede in 2020. In the cockpit there are two eyes for a life-line. The radar display is located in the bracket above the Raymarine instruments. We have had the bracket built into a teakwood box. When the radar is not in use we can store our binoculars here, easily accessible but safe. We have mounted the plotter from Lowerance directly on the steering column to have the possibility to look at it all the time. It has its own GPS and is not connected to the other instruments.
The outer skin
Since Zaadnoordijk used a blue gelcoat for these ships, which chalks out, only the mirror (which is particularly vulnerable as it faces the sun) was painted on the many ships. Since the hull also chalks out, albeit with a time delay, we have decided to have our ship completely painted in 2014. This means that there is no longer any danger of chalking out. This work has been carried out at the quality shipyard Moverbo in Dintelsas/Heijningen. Not only the hull was painted, but also the blue strip between the windows. If you are looking at ships with a blue hull, where blue gelcoat and no blue paint was used, you should definitely take a close look. You are cordially invited to do so.
The underwater hull
In 2014 the underwater hull will be cleaned and primed with Primocon. Every 2-3 years the underwater hull was painted with antifouling. The last time it was painted with Micron EU from International was in 2018. We chose the black colour because we didn't like the red and the light blue. But this can easily be changed again in 2021.
On 28.9.2020 the underwater hull was checked and found to be good when changing a sacrificial anode.
In addition to the original, there is a made of plexiglass, in which every professional cylinder can be inserted. This minimises the chance of forgetting the boat key and means you have fewer keys on the collar. The plexiglass ensures that there is an extreme gain in brightness in the salon. Although the saloon is also already brighter than in many other compromises, because the two windows in the hull have been inserted in and as an extra. One is located on port side and one in the same position on starboard.
The port boxes
Through the bathroom you reach a baking box, which you can confidently call a room. With a surface area of approx. 1 m2 and normal room height, even larger utensils can be stored here. This baking-box can be accessed via the bathroom but can also be reached from above via the folding bench in the cockpit.
In addition, this storage box also has a door to the master bedroom, so that it can be accessed easily from here. As the oil filter is located there, the oil and filter change is also done from this side.
Another two-metre high, but only half a square metre large baking-box can only be accessed from the outside at the stern - next to the gas cylinder box. This is where we have always stored our folding bikes and/or an inflatable boat. On one picture my wife got in to illustrate the size.
Het "Boegopstapje" (the step)
There are many advantages to having a ship on high board. For example, even voyages in heavy weather are child's play. There is minimal water ingress, but the centre cockpit prevents passengers from getting wet. Except from above. In the harbour you notice the high boarding, because a bigger step is necessary to get on board. We normally climb on the anchor or directly on the stiffener at the level of the surrounding rubber strip, but for unaccustomed guests we always use the step. Here Zaadnoordijk has come up with a step that can be placed on the anchor in one easy step. We have stowed this mini utensil in the anchor locker. We have secured it with a stainless steel cable so that it stays with the boat.
The equipment list
Sprayhood from 2014 dark blue
cake stand from 2014 dark blue
Winter tent (and for longer absence, the old cake stand and sprayhood in white)
6 cleats, including 2 midship cleats
4 self-tailing 2-speed stainless steel winches from Andersen (28 and 46)
2 side exits in the railing (BB and SB)
Gennaker boom attached to the mast
Headsail Furling Jib
Treadmaster on deck
Cockpit table (still to be revised or renewed)
Original bulkhead plus bulkhead made of 1 cm plexiglass with standard profile cylinder (so you can unlock your front door and the boat with one key)
3 fire extinguishers (including 1 automatic in the engine compartment)
Webasto Air top EVO 5000 diesel heater installed 2018
Hot water boiler 40 litres (heated by shore power and/or via the running engine)
2 consumer batteries (105 AH)
1 starter battery
Sterling charge regulator (ensures that the batteries are charged within an almost full charge)
Diesel tank stainless steel 150 l
Fresh water tank Polyethyleen 300 l
Dirty water tank Polyethyleen 60 l
Boiler - insulated 40 l
Drive: Saildrive (cuff changed in 2013)
3 Blade Classik Propeller Screw Max Prop
Electric windlass with 15 KG Bruce anchor and 40 meter chain
Stern anchor with line
Curtains in main, forward and aft cabins
Blackout shutters for all three deck hatches
Why this ship?
Safety: The Compromis 36 Class is an extremely stable ship with a central cockpit and integrated swimming platform
Timeless, extremely high quality but also modern teak interior with continuous grain (also the floor is in TEAK and not as now usual in plastic)
Standing height and mattress size (see info on the individual areas)
Sailing characteristics: With the genoa alone the ship runs almost hull speed and the 3.000,00 Euro MAX Prop 3 blade (which is worth every cent) helps
Performance blister of the company Segelwerkstatt Stade (can be sailed up to 60 degrees on the wind)
Complete operation possible from the cockpit / centre cockpit
Sprayhood and cake stand in dark blue
Electric windlass with a matching 15 KG Bruce anchor
Additional stern anchor
Sterling alternator management/charge controller supports self-sufficiency
Large water heater 40 litres which heats up the water completely even without electricity - only with the motor.
Professionally in 2014 painted ship (not only the mirror)
Very large owner's cabin
Spacious bathroom with comfortable toilet (normal size)
Large bow cabin
Seating for 6-7 people in the saloon
Spacious galley with double washbasins and plenty of work surface
Webasto EVO 5000 diesel heater from 2018
3-part winter tent over the entire ship with the mast upright
Because you will fall in love with it
For further information (let us know what else you would like to know), test reports and photos (of areas you name), please contact us - just get in touch.
- Draught: 160 cm
- Berths: fixed: 4 Extra: 2
Since we sail mainly in the Netherlands, it was important to us to have a ship in which you can stay, in addition to the sailing characteristics and safety. The spacious saloon with 6 seats and the schapps, which allow you to take all the necessary materials on board, as well as the headroom of 2,02-2,40 directly appealed to us. The large bench can also be used as a sleeping place. Here is the designated 5th sleeping place. With an additional seat board and the seat cushion from the bow cabin we have created an additional seat (if required) at the large table.
When folded up, the table offers a good place for 3 people. When folded out, the additional seat in front of the entrance to the bow cabin and the swivel chair from the chart table can accommodate 7-8 people.
The table has room for seven fully-grown bottles under a removable board.
Additionally attached sockets allow the power supply where it is needed.
In addition to the original wooden bulkhead, we have had a Plexiglas bulkhead (also in two parts) made to have more light in the saloon. Here a profile cylinder is inserted, which can be changed.
As an extra this Compromis 36 has two additional windows in the side walls (BB and SB)
The space under the saloon floor can be used to store cool drinks. Approx. 100 0.5 litre bottles can easily be stored here.
In contrast to the newer C-yachts, the Compromis 36 from 2000 still has a full teak floor and no plastic floor with print. In addition, all the grain is continuous, as is usual with Zaadnoordijk. This means that the grain also runs through the doors. This has been achieved by applying high-quality solid wood edgings to each door.
The size of the card table is such that even in the handheld age, cards can still be read. The seat at the card table can be turned away to create space in the passageway. There is a teak cover on the floor under the chart table. We also have a box in which we could lash an additional compressor refrigerator for the long journeys in a sail-safe way. The original plate is of course also available.
Under the chart table
the heating pipes are brought together and the power lines are laid in pipes. The original cover matches the floor and is also made of real wood teak. We have built a simple box which is used in the same way as the cover and can hold an additional refrigerator on longer journeys or simply material which should not leave its place in heavy seas.
When looking at the galley, our culinary sailing friends go into raptures, because this area has been given special attention. In addition to the two worktops on the left and right sides, this galley has a double sink and a 3-burner gas cooker with oven. As the heating is diesel powered we only have one, of the possible two five litre bottles of gas needed. The headroom of over 2 metres in the galley ensures that even the taller people can wash up
The owner's cabin and the bow cabin
The beds are not only comfortably wide (1.54 metres), but with a length of 2.02 metres in the owner's cabin and with a size of 2.19 x 2.11 metres in the bow cabin they are more than adequate. With the width of the bow cabin, we have already let 3 people sleep. In both cabins you won't get claustrophobia, because the distance from the mattress to the ceiling with more than one meter reminds you of a bedroom. Both cabins are equipped with several metres of shelves with a width of more than 30 centimetres and 2 cupboards each. While the bow cabin has 1 seat, the owner's cabin in the stern has a small sofa. The mattress made for this ship in the owner's cabin meets the highest demands. Also in the bow cabin the extremely good quality of workmanship continues. The two teakwood cupboards, the teak shelves and the side panels. The mattress easily accommodates 3 persons if proximity is desired. With our children that was great. Under the mattresses there are more Schapps. We use the largest Schapp, open to the front, for our Performance Blister, which we also call directly from the bow cabin through the hatch.
The 40 hp or 29.4 kw Yanmar diesel engine helps the Compromis 36 to reach hull speed with ease. The consumption of diesel is 2-2.5 litres per hour, depending on engine speed. We took over the ship in 2010 and then installed an hour meter. In the last 10 years we have used the engine for about 450 hours. The engine compartment is easily accessible from the galley as well as from the back box. The permanently mounted automatic fire extinguisher, which we thankfully have not yet used, is always ready for use and the wierpot ensures that only filtered water is used for engine cooling through the - saildrive sucked in -.
The electrical installation
In addition to the mains adapter and battery charger, a total of five sockets are supplied by shore power. In addition, there are four sockets in the ship and two 12-volt sockets in the cockpit.
Most of the lamps are dimmable and are switched and dimmed per area using the switch on the control panel. However, all 3 lamps can also be switched off individually at the lamp. There is an LED light strip in the tree, which can illuminate the cockpit for the evening landing beer.
The Sterling charge regulator ensures that the alternator fills the two utility batteries and the starter battery within one hour. This means that you are also self-sufficient when you are on the road, even when there is no shore power.
Behind the scenes, the cleanliness of the workmanship is clearly visible - this is where good craftsmanship and bungle differ. At Zaadnoordijk, all cables are neatly arranged and traceable and, where necessary, are pulled through empty tubes.
Zaadnoordijk has positioned a fairly large rubbish bin above the batteries to make the best use of space. Here again, you can see how well thought out this shipyard is.
Navigation and electronics
Radar reflector Firdel mounted on mast top
Raytheon Radar SL 72 with dome mounted on mast
Raytheon ST 5000 control unit
Raytheon Series ST 60 consisting of:
Multi-instrument -Doppler (for everything - at the chart table)
Lowrance HDS 7 plotter on the steering wheel with its own GPS
Whitlock compass with steering column
Rig and sails
Genoa 37.5 m2, mainsail 28.5 m2, blister/half winch from the company Segelwerkstatt Stade.
We have two sets of sails, but they are all from the years 2000 - 2008. All sails are still standing well, but you should have a look at them.
The half-winder from Segelwerkstatt Stade is without equal. We have often increased the wind speed.
Verstaging/shrouds were fully inspected in 2019 for insurance purposes.
Short description in Dutch:
Teak interior built on flame (continuous flames in the whole boat)
Dimmers interior lighting
Water pressure system with electric pump
Refrigerator with compressor
Curtains in main cabin, fore and aft cabin
Roller blind for all three deck hatches
Drinking water supply galley/toilet with Filter
Boiler + hot water supply galley/toilet (with boiler 40 litres)
Boiler Engine or Walstrom
Shower supply in wet room
Comfortable Mattresses in fore and aft cabin
Forward cabin 2.19 x 2.11 m
Aft cabin (owner's cabin) 2.02 x 1.54 m
Engine, electricity, water
Voltage: 12 Volt and 230 Volt Shore power
Hot water boiler
Water tank gauge
Fuel tank gauge
Yanmar engine 3JH2-E intercooler 40 hp
Saildrive and double diaphragm
Flex-o-fold 3 sheet folding propeller
Diesel hot air heating Webasto 5000 Watt
Sterling Alternator to Battery Charger
Operating hour meter
Extra (12V) socket
Extra (230V) socket
Service battery 2 x 105 Ah
Starter battery 1 x 105 Ah
Radio including 2 speakers
Flat screen TV (not permanently mounted)
Performance Blister (Segelwerkstad Stade)
Selden rolfok installation
Furlin Roller mast Selden
Combined three colour toplight/anchor light
Navigation and electronics
Raymarine ST 60 Log, depth gauge, wind meter and wind magnifier
Raymarine autopilot ST 5000
Rayteon SL-72 Radar with dome mounted on mast
Lowrance HDS 7 Plotter on steering wheel
Marine Sailor A1
Marine Sailor preparation
Deck light on mast
Anchor winch electric
Bruce anchor 15 kg with 40 m chain
Marine railing with side--utstap BB and SB
Bug stepRompkleur Blue
Antifouling 2010 Micrion EU black
Integrated bathing platform with teak finish
Swimming ladder on transom and on the bathing platform
2 Windows in hull
Rubber barn frame
Landrails, fenders, flagpole
Sprayhood, with stainless steel frame
Rear tent, cover and stainless steel frame
Steering wheel cover
Extra port above galley, Gebo
Holding tank 60 l
Radar reflector Firdel
Gasbun with drain
Extra gas bottle
3 Fire extinguishers, a davon automatic
2 life line eye in the cockpit
Hand rails stainless steel on fixed windscreen BB and SB
The boats of the Werft Zaadnoordijk are known for their security and stability. In the form of a secure centre cockpit and deadweight, they do not even have any power with this standard boat. The water that ends up in the cockpit is not covered by this compromise 36.
Radar reflector Firdel
Radar von Raytheon
Gasbun with drain
Extra gas bottle
3 Fire extinguishers, a davon automatic
2 life line eye in the cockpit
Hand rails stainless steel to fixed windscreen BB and SB