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C&C 44
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Description: C&C 44
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Review Date: Fri November 21, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Aft cockpit, aft stateroom. Fast, strong boat. Excellent for racing or cruising. Oversize Barient primary winches and all lines led aft allow for shorthanded sailing. Adequate water tankage but limited diesel capacity (50gal). Yanmar 44hp engine dependable but lacks dual pulleys for high output alternators. Retrofit not possible. 5.5 draft (board up, 8.6 board down) and 65'mast limit use in areas with shallow water or Interstate Highway bridges. Excellent for blue water racing or cruising.











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