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C&C 34
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1 1769 Mon April 20, 1998
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Description: C&C 34
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Review Date: Mon April 20, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 


The 1981 C&C 34 was a clean design with a fine waterline and ease of sailing control. Easily sailed by one, and competitively sailed by two or more, she "gets up and
goes" with any breeze. The boat is very responsive to subtle changes in sail control lines, and is at her best when the captain pays attention to small details. The one problem (major) with this boat, and I'm told with most C&C designs, is the cored hull. Although a cored hull (this model cored with end-core balsa) can be almost bulletproof in its strength when in good shape, mine developed a slow capillary-action leak, and required an extensive refit with new balsa and fiberglass. A major job in terms of time out of the water and $$. I would still recommend the boat to anyone looking for a performance coastal cruiser, but pay attention to the surveyor's moisture meter.
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