C&C 37+ Rogues Roost II

Boat Design: C&C 37+
Designer: Robert Ball
Builder: C&C International (C&C Yachts) Ltd. (Canada)
Year Built: 1993
Displacement: 16,000 lbs./ 7,257 kgs.
 Beam: 12.58' / 3.83m
 Draft (Wing Keel): 5.5' / 1.68 m
 Length: 39.50' / 12.04m
Sail Area: 770 sq. ft. / 71.54 m2
 Rig: Masthead Sloop
Home Port: Seattle, Washington, USA
Sail Number: 50122
HIN: ZCC40086C393

Nestled midway between Chester and Halifax on Nova Scotia’s south shore, lies an iconic and much-loved piece of Nova Scotia’s coastal legacy, Rogues Roost, an almost hidden, secluded cove. This cove has a long and colourful history as a sheltered refuge for seafarers and adventurers, from naval ships and fishing vessels to pirates and rum-runners, all seeking refuge in the isolated bays and narrow passages.

Today Rogues Roost is internationally renowned as one of the best sailing anchorages in Nova Scotia, and treasured by local families, boaters, sea kayakers, climbers and hikers, alike.

The C&C 37+ Rogues Roost II was based out of the Royal Vancouver Yacht club for a number of years.

She has gone by a few different names in the past, including Trilobite, and Adagio.  Her present name was given to her by former owners who grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia. They sold the boat in July of 2017 to a buyer from the U.S. living in the Seattle area. She kept the name and is racing it I believe.


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