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C&C 35 MkIII
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1 2009 Mon August 8, 2005
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Description: C&C 35 MkIII
Keywords: C&C 35 MkIII
 


Author
SoC
Junior Member

Registered: February 2005
Posts: 21
Review Date: Mon August 8, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I had this boat for 5 years, completely overhauling it, from the rudder to the hatches to the plumbing,electronics,etc. The boat was a pleasure to sail, not the fastest, but would keep up with most and point higher then almost anything. Sailed it with a 110% on the furler so it was managable single handed and I could go longer without the need to reef. With a strong track and lazy jacks handling main was a breeze. Having 6'3" under boom was nice as I'm 6'2", never had to worry about ducking. My wife also loved to sail it. Interior was comfortable, the fixed table with the U-shaped settee always made me feel like it was a larger, more lux boat. Storage was sufficient as it had sealed, dry compartments under the settee. I cut an access into engine box through side of quarterberth installing a plastic access panel, made checking oil and bleeding engine much easier. Never had it out over 30 knots and 6 ft. seas but it sailed well up to that. Sails better if you reef the main early, often buzzed around bay comfortably while others got beat up. If you want more info or you have questions email wsabanski@comcast.net. Traded for a new fangled C&C, that's another story.
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