C&C 30 - 32 - 33
I own a 1984 C&C 32 and have some limited sailing on Mk I 30''s and 33''s. The 33 is a little better upwind than the other two models but offwind performance on the 30 and especially the 32 is superior. Most of the later model 32''s were fitted with toe rail - mounted stantions and I have never heard of a 32 having any deck moisture problems at all. As far as I know, all 32 models were solid glass hulls with no coring above or below the water line. The rod rigging, substantial mast and boom on the 32 make for a very solid feel in heavy weather. Amenities below decks are very nice for a boat her size. I believe the overall package on the 32 is one of C&C''s best.