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post #4 of Old 12-14-2007
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C&C Cruisers


What year boats are you looking at? Today, C&C and Tartan are owned by the same company (since 2000?) and the Tartans are the cruisers and the C&C the racers (although they are racer - cruisers).

If you are looking at older boats, note that C&C made racers, cruisers and cruiser - racers. Models that have an LF (Land Fall) designation are the cruisers, like the C&C LF, 35 LF, etc.

Not all the boats have the traveler on the bridgedeck. The older 34 and 36 have it on the cabin top.

Good luck,

Originally Posted by Rustyf View Post
I am researching cruisers in the 34-37 ft. range and a knowledgeable person advised against a C&C because, he said, they were cruisers best suited for racing which I doubt that I will ever do. However there are a number of used C&Cs that appear to deserve a close look. Any thoughts on this?

Barry Lenoble
Deep Blue C, 2002 C&C 110
Mt. Sinai, NY

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